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Vol. CXXV 


MINISTRY OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY 
AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES 


LAND SURVEYORS 


Authorized to practise during 1985, 
being additional to the annual list previously 
published: 


Henderson, John (557), Box 2827, Fernie 
VOB 1MO. 


LeGarff, R. C. (530), 1380 Campbell 
Road (RR 1), Cobble Hill VOR 1L0. 


Martens, D. S. (579), 3718 — 207 B 
Street, Langley V3A 2G2. 


Schoenfelder, V. E. (436); 400 — 10th 
Avenue, Campbell River V9W 4E3.— Gor- 
don M. Thomson, B.C.L.S., Secretary- 
Treasurer and Registrar. [mh7] 


MINISTRY OF ATTORNEY 
GENERAL 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
AND OTHERS 


Notice is hereby given to creditors and 
others having claims against the following 
estates: 


Augustine Andrea Galvin, deceased, 
formerly of Chemainus, B.C., are required 
to send full particulars of such claims to the 
undersigned executor at 2, 1559 Estevan 
Road, Nanaimo, B.C. V9S 3Y3, on or 
before the 17th day of April 1985, after 
which date the estate’s assets will be dis- 
tributed, having regard only to the claims 
that have been received. — Hugh Patrick 
Galvin, Executor. G. E. Beaubier, Solicitor. 


William Venables Legh (also known as 
William VY. Legh), deceased, formerly of 
Brunswick Beach (Box 91703), West Van- 
couver, B.C., are required to send full par- 
ticulars of such claims to the undersigned 
administrators with Will annexed at 200, 
133 West 17th Street, North Vancouver, 
B.C. V7M 1V5, on or before the Ist day of 
April 1985, after which date the estate’s 
assets will be distributed, having regard 
only to the claims that have been received. 
— Audrey Mary Hickson and Peter Pen- 
nington Legh, Administrators. Collier, 
Hanson & Milos, Solicitors. 


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Ruth Brown, deceased, formerly of 
Parker Road, Nanoose Bay, B.C., are 
required to send full particulars of such 
claims to the undersigned executors at 2, 
1559 Estevan Road, Nanaimo, B.C. V9S 
3Y3, on or before the 2nd day of April 1985, 
after which date the estate’s assets will be 
distributed, having regard only to the claims 
that have been received. — Gordon Edward 
Brown and Albert Allan Brown, Executors. 
G. E. Beaubier, Solicitor. 


Robert Monical (also known as Robert 
Manley Monical Jr., Robert Monical Jr., 
Robert Junior Monical and Robert Manley 
Junior Monical), deceased, formerly of RR 
1, Compt. 12, 103 Mile House, B.C., are 
required to send full particulars of such 
claims to the undersigned administrator at 
Box 819, 100 Mile House, B.C. VOK 2E0, 
on or before the 15th day of April 1985, 
after which date the estate’s assets will be 
distributed, having regard only to the claims 
that have been received. — Kenneth 
Monical, Administrator. Messner, Foster & 
Stevens, Solicitors. 


Joe Pitts, deceased, formerly of Brink- 
worthy Road, Ganges, B.C., are required to 
send full particulars of such claims to the 
undersigned executor at Box 248, Ganges, 
B.C. VOS 1E0, on or before the 15th day of 
April 1985, after which date the estate’s 
assets will be distributed, having regard 
only to the claims that have been received. 
— Albert Charles Rabbitt, Executor. 
Gordon B. Sloan, Solicitor. 


Dianne Isobel Anderson, deceased, for- 
merly of 104, 12130 Harris Road, Pitt 
Meadows, B.C., are required to send full 
particulars of such claims to the under- 
signed executor at 1900, 1030 West Georgia 
Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3E9, on or 
before the 31st day of March 1985, after 
which date the estate’s assets will be dis- 
tributed, having regard only to the claims 
that have been received. — Dianne Rose 
Lewis, Executor. Edwards, Kenny & Bray, 
Solicitors. 


Berridge Nevile-Smith, deceased, for- 
merly of 2245 Malaview Avenue, Sidney, 
B.C., are required to send full particulars of 
such claims to the undersigned executor at 
201, 2255 Oak Bay Avenue, Victoria, B.C. 


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V8R 1G4, on or before the 10th day of April 
1985, after which date the estate’s assets 
will be distributed, having regard only to the 
claims that have been received. — Peter 
Nevile-Smith, Executor. Goult, McE]Imoyle 
& Manning, Solicitors. 


John Fagerlund, deceased, are required 
to send full particulars of such claims to the 
undersigned executrix at 202, 1030 West- 
wood Street, Coquitlam, B.C. V3C 4E4, on 
or before the 28th day of March 1985, after 
which date the estate’s assets will be dis- 
tributed, having regard only to the claims 
that have been received. — Irene Olljum, 
Executrix. Spraggs & Company, Solicitors. 


Frances Mary Baker, deceased, are re- 
quired to send full particulars of such claims 
to the undersigned executors at Suite 4, 
8111 Anderson Road, Richmond, B.C. 
V6Y 1S1, on or before the 30th day of April 
1985, after which date the estate’s assets 
will be distributed, having regard only to the 
claims that have been received. — Donald 
Gail Elfner and Jeannette Joyce Elfner, 
Executors. Wright, Leathley, Pryke & Pan- 
ton, Solicitors. 


Vaino Carl Lundstedt, deceased, for- 
merly of Vancouver, B.C., are required to 
send full particulars of such claims to the 
undersigned executor at 500, 1441 Creek- 
side Drive, Vancouver, B.C. V6J 4S7, on or 
before the 8th day of April 1985, after which 
date the estate’s assets will be distributed, 
having regard only to the claims that have 
been received. — Co-operative Trust Com- 
pany of Canada, Executor. 


Harriet Tocher (also known as H. 
Tocher), deceased, formerly of 1058 Costin 
Avenue, Victoria, B.C., are required to 
send full particulars of such claims to the 
undersigned executors at 22311 — 119th 
Avenue, Maple Ridge, B.C., on or before 
the 29th day of March 1985, after which 
date the estate’s assets will be distributed, 
having regard only to the claims that have 
been received. — Victor George Tocher and 
Raymond Gerald Tocher, Executors. Ver- 
non & Thompson, Solicitors. 


Mary Agnes Farmer (also known 
as Mary A. Farmer and Mary Farmer), 
deceased, formerly of 2169 Fair Street, Vic- 
toria, B.C., are required to send full par- 


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ticulars of such claims to the undersigned 
executor at 817 Fort Street, Victoria, B.C. 
V8W 1H6, on or before the 8th day of April 
1985, after which date the estate’s assets 
will be distributed, having regard only to the 
claims that have been received. — Marion 
Agnes Matichuk, Executor. Humphries, 
MacKenzie & Johnson, Solicitors. 


Mary Burton Waldon, deceased, for 
merly of Duncan, B.C., are required to send 
full particulars of such claims to the under- 
signed executors at Suite 201, 58 Station 
Street, Duncan, B.C. V9L 1M4, on or be- 
fore the 19th day of April 1985, after which 
date the estate’s assets will be distributed, 
having regard only to the claims that have 
been received. — Robert Hepburn, Mar- 
garet Williamina Rich Hepburn and James 
Lawrence Whittome, Executors. James L. 
Whittome, Solicitor. 


Theodore Pompu, deceased, are re- 
quired to send full particulars of such claims 
to the undersigned solicitors at 1234 — 56th 
Street, Delta, B.C., on or before the 26th 
day of March 1985, after which date the 
estate’s assets will be distributed, having 
regard only to the claims that have been 
received. — Ivens & MacDonald, Solic- 
itors. 


Heinz Wilhelm Kilian (also known as 
Heinz William Kilian), deceased, formerly 
of Duncan, B.C., are required to send full 
particulars of such claims to the under- 
signed administrator at 170 Craig Street, 
Duncan, B.C., on or before the 18th day of 
April 1985, after which date the estate’s 
assets will be distributed, having regard 
only to the claims that have been received. 
— Douglas Johannes Kilian, Administrator. 
Williams, Davie & Company, Solicitors. 


Eliza Charlotte Smith, deceased, for- 
merly of 221, 2174 Cadboro Bay Road, 
Victoria, B.C., are required to send full 
particulars of such claims to the under- 
signed executor at 540, 1070 Douglas 
Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 2C4, on or be- 
fore the 2nd day of April 1985, after which 
date the estate’s assets will be distributed, 
having regard only to the claims that have 
been received. — David Victor Smith, 
Executor. Kirchner & Tucker, Solicitors. 


Arthur Valter Merck, deceased, are re- 
quired to send full particulars of such claims 
to the undersigned executrix at 4873 Delta 
Street (Box 70), Delta, B.C. V4K 3N5, on 
or before the 19th day of April 1985, after 
which date the estate’s assets will be dis- 
tributed, having regard only to the claims 
that have been received. — Bridget Boal, 
Executrix. lvens, McGuire, Souch & Ottho, 
Solicitors. 

Margaret Ruth Hamilton, deceased, 
are required to send full particulars of such 
claims to the undersigned executor at Box 
10142, 1800, 701 West Georgia Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. V7Y 1E9, on or before the 
15th day of April 1985, after which date the 
estate’s assets will be distributed, having 
regard only to the claims that have been 
received, — Canada Permanent Trust Com- 
pany, Executor. Oreck, Chernoff, Solic- 
wors. 


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Alfred Henshall Mills, deceased, for- 
merly of 3954 Braefoot Road, Victoria, 
B.C., are required to send full particulars of 
such claims to the undersigned executor at 
114, 3490 Saanich Road, Victoria, B.C. 
V8X 1W7, on or before the 8th day of April 
1985, after which date the estate’s assets 
will be distributed, having regard only to the 
claims that have been received. — Gordon 
Henry Dunaway, Executor. Sullivan 
Kjellander, Solicitor. 

Bartholomew Joseph Sullivan, de- 
ceased, formerly of 2510 Shelbourne 
Street, Victoria, B.C., are required to send 
full particulars of such claims to the under- 
signed executor at 114, 3490 Saanich Road, 
Victoria, B.C. V8X 1W7, on or before the 
8th day of April 1985, after which date the 
estate’s assets will be distributed, having 
regard only to the claims that have been 
received. — Gerald J. Sullivan, Executor. 


Maria Josepha Hendrika Westerwoudt 
(also known as Mary or Misha Wester- 
woudt), deceased, formerly of Kelowna, 
B.C., are required to send full particulars of 
such claims to the undersigned executor at 
Box 34, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0, on or 
before the 29th day of March 1985, after 
which date the estate’s assets will be dis- 
tributed, having regard only to the claims 
that have been received. — William E. 
Endert, Executor. 


Bert Harvey Hawkesworth (also known 
as Bert H. Hawkesworth, Bert Hawkes- 
worth and Herbert Harvey Hawkesworth), 
deceased, formerly of Westbank, B.C., are 
required to send full particulars of such 
claims to the undersigned executor at Box 
548, Westbank, B.C. VOH 2A0, on or be- 
fore the 29th day of March 1985, after 
which date the estate’s assets will be dis- 
tributed, having regard only to the claims 
that have been received. — H. Lyle Brown, 
Executor. 


John McKenzie, deceased, formerly of 
Kelowna, B.C., are required to send full 
particulars of such claims to the under- 
signed executor at 200, 537 Leon Avenue, 
Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 2A9, on or before the 
26th day of April 1985, after which date the 
estate’s assets will be distributed, having 
regard only to the claims that have been 
received. — Montreal Trust Company of 
Canada, Executor. Salloum, Doak & Com- 
pany, Solicitors. 


Gordon John Dennis, deceased, for- 
merly of 28, 2587 Selwyn Road, Victoria, 
B.C., are required to send full particulars of 
such claims to the undersigned executor at 
4851 Mahood Drive, Richmond, B.C. V7E 
5C3, on or before the 3rd day of April 1985, 
after which date the estate’s assets will be 
distributed, having regard only to the claims 
that have been received. — Lloyd Warren 
Murphy, Executor. Harman, Wilson & 
Company, Solicitors. 

Ann Russon-Bayliss Mahony, de- 
ceased, formerly of 3393 Aloha Avenue, 
Victoria, B.C., are required to send full 
particulars of such claims to the under- 
signed executor at 7144 Goldstream Ave- 
nue, Victoria, B.C. V9B 2X3, on or before 
the 3rd day of April 1985, after which date 
the estate’s assets will be distributed, having 


March 7, 1985 


regard only to the claims that have been 
received. — Rory Jeremy Michael Mahony, 
Executor. Parsons & Loster, Solicitors. 


Mark William Adams, deceased, are re- 
quired to send full particulars of such claims 
to the undersigned executor at 466 Howe 
Street, Vancouver, B.C., on or before the 
15th day of April 1985, after which date the 
estate’s assets will be distributed, having 
regard only to the claims that have been 
received. — Montreal Trust Company of 
Canada, Executor. Clark, Wilson, Solic- 
wors. 


William Sawchuk, deceased, formerly 
of Vancouver, B.C., are required to send full 
particulars of such claims to the under- 
signed executors at 701 West Georgia 
Street, Vancouver, B.C. V7Y 1E5, on or 
before the 12th day of April 1985, after 
which date the estate’s assets will be dis- 
tributed, having regard only to the claims 
that have been received. — Canada Perma- 
nent Trust Company and John Campbell Pat- 
terson, Executors. Boughton & Company, 
Solicitors. 

Archibald McGhee, deceased, formerly 
of North Vancouver, B.C., are required to 
send full particulars of such claims to the 
undersigned executrix at 142A West 15th 
Street, North Vancouver, B.C. V7M IRS, 
on or before the 15th day of April 1985, 
after which date the estate’s assets will be 
distributed, having regard only to the claims 
that have been received. — Anne Steigleder, 
Executrix. The North Shore Neighbour- 
hood Legal Clinic, Solicitors. 


Kenneth Cyril Arnold Barrie Savory 
(also known as Kenneth C. Savory, Kenneth 
Savory, Ken C. Savory, Kenneth Cyril A. B. 
Savory, Kenneth C. A. B. Savory, Kenneth 
Cyril Savory and Kenneth Cyril Barrie Sa- 
vory), deceased, formerly of 1074 Phillip 
Street, Duncan, B.C., are required to send 
full particulars of such claims to the under- 
signed executors at 1280 Douglas Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 2E5, on or before the 
9th day of April 1985, after which date the 
estate’s assets will be distributed, having 
regard only to the claims that have been 
received. — Dorothea Marion Savory, Ju- 
dith Eve Theodora Savory and The National 
Victoria and Grey Trust Company, Ex- 
ecutors. Robert B. Buffam, Solicitor. 


Cornelius John Friesen (also known as 
Neil Friesen), deceased, are required to 
send full particulars of such claims to the 
undersigned administrators at 201, 45820 
Wellington Avenue, Chilliwack, B.C. V2P 
2C9, on or before the 29th day of March 
1985, after which date the estate’s assets 
will be distributed, having regard only to the 
claims that have been received. — John 
William Friesen and Anna Friesen, Admin- 
istrators. Jespersen & Sloan, Solicitors. 


Frank Max Stark, deceased, formerly 
of Edgewater, B.C., are required to send full 
particulars of such claims to the under- 
signed executrix at Box 429, Golden, B.C. 
VOA 1HO, on or before the 17th day of April 
1985, after which date the estate’s assets 
will be distributed, having regard only to the 
claims that have been received. — Inez Lor- 
raine Stark, Executrix, Pope & Ewan, Solic- 
wors, 


March 7, 1985 


Ernestine Lucienne Colwell, deceased, 
formerly of 3547 Walker Street, Vancouver, 
B.C., are required to send full particulars of 
such claims to the undersigned executor at 
505 Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C. V7X 
1K2, on or before the 27th day of April 
1985, after which date the estate’s assets 
will be distributed, having regard only to the 
claims that have been received. — Royal 
Trust Corporation of Canada, Executor. 
Mann & Loptson, Solicitors. 

Gordon Edwin Bishop, deceased, are 
required to send full particulars of such 
claims to the undersigned executors at 200, 
121 St. Paul Street, Kamloops, B.C. V2C 
3K8, on or before the Ist day of May 1985, 
after which date the estate’s assets will be 
distributed, having regard only to the claims 
that have been received. — Canada Perma- 
nent Trust Company and Al Ritchie, Ex- 
ecutors. Webber & Company, Solicitors. 

Dorothy Louisa Rucker, deceased, for- 
merly of 203, 825 Cook Street, Victoria, 
B.C., are required to send full particulars of 
such claims to the undersigned executor at 
837 Burdett Avenue, Victoria, B.C., on or 
before the Sth day of April 1985, after which 
date the estate’s assets will be distributed, 
having regard only to the claims that have 
been received. — J. Allan Bond, Executor. 
Clay & Company, Solicitors. 


David Nelson Lundie, deceased, are re- 
quired to send full particulars of such claims 
to the undersigned administrator at 1, 373 
Baker Street, Nelson, B.C. V1L 4H6, on or 
before the Sth day of April 1985, after which 
date the estate’s assets will be distributed, 
having regard only to the claims that have 
been received. — Richard Wayne Lundie, 
Administrator. Singleton & Associates, So- 
licitors. 


Florence Lillian Olive Verral (also 
known as Florence Lillian Verral, Lillian 
Verral, Lillian O. Verral and Florence L. O. 
Verral), deceased, are required to send full 
particulars of such claims to the under- 
signed executor at 302, 140 West 15th 
Street, North Vancouver, B.C. V7M 1R6, 
on or before the 8th day of April 1985, after 
which date the estate’s assets will be dis- 
tributed, having regard only to the claims 
that have been received. — Brendan P. Hig- 
gins, Executor. McTaggart, Ellis & Com- 
pany, Solicitors. [mh7] 


NOTARY PUBLIC ENROLMENT 
APPLICATION 


In the Supreme Court of British Colum- 
bia and in the matter of the Notaries Act, and 
in the matter of the application of Malek- 
sultan Allibhai for enrolment as a notary 
public. 


Take notice that the application, pursuant 
to section 4 of the Notaries Act, of Malek- 
sultan Allibhai for enrolment as a member 
of the Society of Notaries Public of British 
Columbia for the Notarial District of Van- 
couver will be heard before a Judge of this 
Honourable Court in Chambers at the Law 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 





Courts, 800 Smithe Street, Vancouver, 
B.C., at 9.45 a.m. on Tuesday, April 16, 
1985. — Gary A. Harmel, Solicitor. [mh7] 








NOTARY PUBLIC ENROLMENT 
APPLICATION 

In the Supreme Court of British Colum- 
bia and in the matter of the Notaries Act, and 
in the matter of the application of Marzena 
Leokadia Budasz for enrolment as a notary 
public. 

Take notice that the application, pursuant 
to section 4 of the Notaries Act, of Marzena 
Leokadia Budasz for enrolment as a mem- 
ber of the Society of Notaries Public of Brit- 
ish Columbia for the Notarial District of 
Vancouver will be heard before a Judge of 
this Honourable Court in Chambers at the 
Law Courts, 800 Smithe Street, Vancouver, 
B.C., at 9.45 a.m. on Tuesday, April 16, 
1985. — Gary A. Harmel, Solicitor. [mh7] 


NOTARY PUBLIC ENROLMENT 
APPLICATION 


In the Supreme Court of British Colum- 
bia and in the matter of the Notaries Act, and 
in the matter of the application of Margaret 
Cecelia Harding for enrolment as a notary 
public. 


Take notice that the application, pursuant 
to section 4 of the Notaries Act, of Mar- 
garet Cecelia Harding for enrolment as a 
member of the Society of Notaries Public of 
British Columbia for the Notarial District of 
Vancouver will be heard before a Judge of 
this Honourable Court in Chambers at the 
Law Courts, 800 Smithe Street, Vancouver, 
B.C., at 9.45 a.m. on Tuesday, April 16, 
1985. — Gary A. Harmel, Solicitor. [mh7] 


NOTARY PUBLIC ENROLMENT 
APPLICATION 


In the Supreme Court of British Colum- 
bia and in the matter of the Notaries Act, and 
in the matter of the application of Gregory 
John Litwin for enrolment as a notary pub- 
lic. 

Take notice that the application, pursuant 
to section 4 of the Notaries Act, of Gregory 
John Litwin for enrolment as a member of 
the Society of Notaries Public of British 
Columbia for the Notarial District of Van- 
couver will be heard before a Judge of this 
Honourable Court in Chambers at the Law 
Courts, 800 Smithe Street, Vancouver, 
B.C., at 9.45 a.m. on Tuesday, April 16, 
1985. — Gary A. Harmel, Solicitor. [mh7] 


NOTARY PUBLIC ENROLMENT 
APPLICATION 


In the Supreme Court of British Colum- 
bia and in the matter of the Notaries Act, and 
in the matter of the application of Douglas 
Lysle Sweeting for enrolment as a notary 
public. 


Take notice that the application, pursuant 
to section 4 of the Notaries Act, of Douglas 
Lysle Sweeting for enrolment as a member 
of the Society of Notaries Public of British 
Columbia for the Notarial District of Van- 
couver will be heard before a Judge of this 
Honourable Court in Chambers at the Law 


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Courts, 800 Smithe Street, Vancouver, 
B.C., at 9.45 a.m. on Tuesday, April 16, 
1985, Gary A. Harmel, Solicitor. |mh7} 





NOTARY PUBLIC ENROLMENT 
APPLICATION 

In the Supreme Court of British Colum- 
bia, and in the matter of Keith Thomas 
Davies, and the Society of Notaries Public 
of British Columbia, and in the matter of 
the Notaries Act, Vancouver Registry 
A850463. 

Take notice that the application, pursuant 
to paragraph 4 of the Notaries Act, of Keith 
Thomas Davies for enrolment as a member 
of the Society of Notaries Public of British 
Columbia, for the Notarial District of Vic- 
toria, will be heard before a Judge of this 
Honourable Court in Chambers at the Law 
Courts, 800 Smithe Street, Vancouver, 
B.C., on Thursday the 25th day of April 
1985, at 9.45 a.m. — Douglas Johnson, 
Solicitor. [mh7] 


NOTARY PUBLIC ENROLMENT 
APPLICATION 


In the Supreme Court of British Colum- 
bia, and in the matter of David Noel Young, 
the Society of Notaries Public of British 
Columbia, and in the matter of the Notaries 
Act, Vancouver Registry A850480. 


Take notice that the application, pursuant 
to paragraph 4 of the Notaries Act, of David 
Noel Young for enrolment as a member of 
the Society of Notaries Public of British 
Columbia, for the Notarial District of New 
Westminster, will be heard before a Judge of 
this Honourable Court in Chambers at the 
Law Courts, 800 Smithe Street, Vancouver, 
B.C., on Friday the 12th day of April 1985. 
— Peter C. MacDonald, Solicitor. |mh7] 


NOTARY PUBLIC ENROLMENT 
APPLICATION 


In the Supreme Court of British Colum- 
bia, and in the matter of Susanna Chan 
Gordon, and the Society of Notaries Public 
of British Columbia, and in the matter of the 
Notaries Act, Vancouver Registry. 


Take notice that the application, pursuant 
to paragraph 4 of the Notaries Act, of 
Susanna Chan Gordon for enrolment as a 
member of the Society of Notaries Public of 
British Columbia, for the Notarial District 
of Vancouver, will be heard before a Judge 
of this Honourable Court in Chambers at the 
Law Courts, 800 Smithe Street, Vancouver, 
B.C., on Monday, April 15, 1985, at 9.45, 
in the forenoon. — Wallace M. Wong, 
Solicitor. [mh7] 


NOTARY PUBLIC ENROLMENT 
APPLICATION 


In the Supreme Court of British Colum- 
bia, and in the matter of Cynthia Merylene 
Walker, and the Society of Notaries Public 
of British Columbia, and in the matter of the 


Notaries Act, Wancouver Registry 
A850496. 


Take notice that the application, pursuant 
to paragraph 4 of the Notaries Act, of 
Cynthia Merelyne Walker for enrolment 
as a member of the Society of Notaries Pub- 


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lic of British Columbia, for the Notarial 
District of Vancouver, will be heard before a 
Judge of this Honourable Court in Cham- 
bers at the Law Coyrts, 800 Smithe Street, 
Vancouver, B.C., on Thursday, April 25, 
1985, at 9.45, in the forenoon. — Douglas 
Johnson, Solicitor. |mh7] 


PRIVATE BILL APPLICATION 


Notice is hereby given that an application 
will be made by the City of Vancouver to 
the First Session , Thirty-fourth Parliament 
of the Legislative Assembly of the Province 
of British Columbia, for an Act to amend the 
Vancouver Charter to provide for the fol- 
lowing matters: 


1. An amendment to section 182 — this 
will make it clear that Council has the power 
to indemnify any non-profit organization 
which is assisting the City. 


2. An amendment to section 212 — this 
is a housekeeping amendment to repeal the 
provisions that the Director of Finance shall 
control and supervise the City Hall and 
other City buildings. This is not now, and 
has not been the case for some time. 


3. An amendment to section 248 — this 
will remove the requirement that all deben- 
tures must bear at least one signature. The 
last European issue required 30,000 sig- 
natures. Modern technology can obviate 
this onerous duty and still protect our se- 
curity. The addition of subsection (3) is to 
give more security to the purchasers of our 
debentures. 


4. An amendment to section 258 — this 
would remove the requirement that the pro- 
ceeds of debentures shall be kept in a sepa- 
rate bank account. 


5. An amendment to section 272 — this 
was requested by the Race Relations Com- 
mittee and will greatly expand Council’s 
powers in prohibiting various forms of dis- 
crimination. 


6. Enact an new section 2944 — this 
provision would make it clear that the City 
is only liable for negligence where injury or 
damage arises from blocked sewers or bro- 
ken watermains. 


7. An amendment to section 306 — this 
will provide that every elevator in existing 
buildings, used for residential purposes, 
must be maintained in an operational con- 
dition. 

8. To enact anew section 401A to make it 
clear that entries on a supplementary assess- 
ment roll are taxable in the current year. 


9. An amendment to section 568 (3) — 
this will clear up an ambiguity in subsection 
(3) and set out precisely the jurisdiction of 
the Board of Variance. 

10. A further amendment to section 568 
— this will delete subsection (6). This sub- 
section has not been utilized in at least 20 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


years and its interpretation causes great dif- 
ficulty and confusion. — John L. Mulberry, 
Director of Legal Services. |fe14] 


PRIVATE BILL APPLICATION 

Notice is hereby given that a petition will 
be presented to the Parliament of Canada at 
the present session thereof, or at either of the 
2 sessions immediately following the pres- 
ent session, by 

(a) Canadian Oxygen Limited, a cor- 
poration duly incorporated under the laws of 
Canada, having its principal place of busi- 
ness in the City of Mississauga, in the 
Province of Ontario, and being the exclusive 
sales agent in Canada for BOC, Inc. of the 
product manufactured under Canadian Pat- 
ent No. 855,255, and 

(b) BOC, Inc., a corporation duly incor- 
porated under the laws of the State of Dela- 
ware, one of the states of the United States of 
America, having its principal place of busi- 
ness in the Borough of Montvale, in the 
State of New Jersey, one of the states of the 
United States of America, being the as- 
signee of the said patent, 


for a private Act to extend the terms of the 
said patent, notwithstanding section 48 of 
the Patent Act, R.S.C. 1970, c. P-4. 


Dated at Ottawa, Province of Ontario, 
this 8th day of February 1985. — Gowling 
& Henderson, Solicitors. [mh7] 


PRIVATE BILL APPLICATION 


Notice is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Legislative Assembly of 
the Province of British Columbia at its next 
session by the undersigned persons, for an 
Act to incorporate ‘‘Chilliwack Founda- 
tion” as a perpetual body to attract gifts, 
bequests and devises from a wide base of 
citizens and institutions in and about that 
part of the Province of British Columbia 
known as the Regional District of Fraser- 
Cheam to earn income for the purpose of 
funding special community programs and 
projects of a charitable nature, and to dis- 
tribute such income for those community 
programs and projects within its prescribed 
objects as the foundation is authorized by 
the Act applied for, which Act shall contain 
provisions, among others, summarized as 
follows: 


1. That Chilliwack Foundation be cre- 
ated thereby as a non-profit corporation 
which shall be a body politic and corporate 
without share capital. 

2. The charitible objects of Chilliwack 
Foundation to be specified in the said Act 
shall include the provision of care for needy 
people, promotion of educational advance- 
ment and scientific or medical research, 
betterment of underprivileged or delinquent 
persons, promotion of recreation activities, 
and conservation of human, natural and 
heritage resources which are not of a politi- 
cal nature. 

3. Management of Chilliwack Founda- 
tion shall be specified in the Act to be by a 
Board of 9 directors who will be the only 
members of the foundation, including the 6 
applicants for incorporation or their suc- 
cessors elected by continuing members as 


March 7, 1985 


therein provided for a maximum of 2 con- 
secutive 4-year terms, the Mayor of the Dis- 
trict of Chilliwack, the Chairperson of the 
Board of School Trustees of School District 
No. 33 (Chilliwack), and the member of the 
Legislative Assembly of the Province of 
British Columbia for the constituency 
which encompasses the District of Chilli- 
wack, of which the latter 3 or their respec- 
tive nominees will be members of Chilli- 
wack Foundation by virtue of their respec- 
tive public offices. 


Dated the 21st day of February 1985. — 
Dennis Barkman, Clara Cartmell, Kenneth 
Jessiman, Roy Lind, William Nickel, 
Richard Paulding. [mh14] 


PRIVATE BILLS 


The following are excerpts from Standing 
Orders Relating to Private Bills. 


97. No petition for any Private Bill shall 
be received by the House after the first 10 
days of each Session, nor may any Private 
Bill be presented to the House after the first 
three weeks of each Session, nor may any 
report of any Standing or Select Committee 
upon a Private Bill be received after the first 
four weeks of each Session, and no motion 
for the suspension or modification of this 
Standing Order shall be entertained by the 
House until the same has been reported on 
by the Committee on Standing Orders, or 
after reference made thereof at a previous 
sitting of the House to the Standing Com- 
mittees charged with the consideration of 
Private Bills, who shall report thereon to the 
House. And if this rule shall be suspended 
or modified as aforesaid, the promoters of 
any Private Bill which is presented after the 
time hereinbefore limited, or for which the 
petition has been received after the time 
hereinbefore limited, shall in either case pay 
double the fees required in respect of such 
Bill by this rule, unless the House shall 
order to the contrary. 


98. (1) Any person seeking to obtain 
any Private Bill shall deposit with the Clerk 
of the House, eight clear days before the 
opening of the Session. 

(a) a printed copy of such Bill; 

(b) a copy of the petition to be presented 
to the House; 

(c) copies of the notices published, with 
publication proved by a statutory declara- 
tion of affidavit to the satisfaction of the 
Clerk of the House. 


(2) At the time of depositing the Bill and 
petition the applicant shall also pay to the 
Clerk of the House the sum of $300. 


(3) If a copy of the Bill, petition, and 
notices proved as aforesaid shall not have 
been so deposited in the hands of the Clerk 
of the House at least eight clear days before 
the opening of the Session or if the petition 
has not been presented to the House within 
the first 10 days of the Session, the amount 
to be paid to the Clerk shall be $600. If the 
Bill shall not pass second reading, one-half 
of the fees shall be returned. 


100. (1) All applications to the Legis- 
lative Assembly for Private Bills of any 
nature whatsoever shall require the publica- 
tion of a notice clearly and distinctly spec- 


March 7, 1985 


ifying the nature and object of the applica- 
tion, and when the application refers to any 
proposed work, indicating sufficiently the 
location of the work, to be signed by or on 
behalf of the applicant. 

(2) Such notice shall be published in The 
British Columbia Gazette and once a week 
in one leading daily newspaper freely cir- 
culating in all parts of the Province. The 
notice in such newspaper to appear on 
Wednesday of each week. 

(3) When the proposed Bill is of such a 
nature that it may particularly affect one or 
more electoral districts, the notice shall fur- 
thermore be published once a week if possi- 
ble in some newspaper in every electoral 
district affected, or if there be no newspaper 
published therein, then in a newspaper pub- 
lished in the electoral district nearest 
thereto. 

(4) The publication of such notice shall 
in all cases be continued for a period of four 
weeks during the interval of time between 
the close of the next preceding Session and 
the consideration of the petition. 

101. Every petition signed by an agent or 
attorney in fact shall be accompanied by the 
authority of such agent or attorney in fact, 
and the petition shall not be deemed to be 
filed with the Clerk until this is done. 


102. Before any petition praying for 
leave to bring in a Private Bill for the erec- 
tion of a toll bridge is received by the House, 
the person or persons intending to petition 
for such Bill shall, upon giving the notice 
prescribed by Standing Order 100, also at 
the same time and in the same manner give 
notice of the rates which they intend to ask, 
the extent of the privilege, the height of the 
arches, the interval between the abutments 
or piers for the passage of rafts or vessels, 
and mentioning also whether they intend to 
erect a drawbridge or not, and the dimen- 
sions of the same. 


103. (1) All Private Bills for Acts of in- 
corporation shall be so framed as to incorpo- 
rate by reference to the causes of the general 
Acts relating to the details to be provided for 
by such Bills: Special grounds shall be es- 
tablished for any proposed departure from 
this principle, or for the introduction of 
other provisions as to such details, and a 
note shall be appended to the Bill indicating 
the provisions thereof in which the general 
Act is proposed to be departed from. Bills 
which are not framed in accordance with 
this Standing Order shall be recast by the 
promoters and reprinted at their expense be- 
fore any Committee passes upon the 
clauses. 


(2) Every Bill for an Act of incorpora- 
tion, where a form of model Bill has been 
adopted, shall be drawn in accordance with 
the model Bill (copies of model Bills may be 
obtained from the Clerk of the House). Any 
provisions contained in any such Bill which 
are not in accord with the model Bill shall be 
inserted between brackets or underlined, 
and shall be so printed. 


(3) Any exceptional provisions that it 
may be proposed to insert in any Bill shall 
be clearly specified in the notice of applica- 
tion for same. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


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107. All Private Bills shall be prepared 
by the parties applying for the same, and 
printed in small-pica type, 26 ems by 50 
ems, On good paper, in imperial octavo 
form, each page when folded measuring 10 
Ys inches by 72 inches. There shall be a 
marginal number every fifth line of each 
page; the numbering of the lines is not to run 
on through the Bill, but lines of each page 
are to be numbered separately. Three hun- 
dred copies of each Bill shall be deposited 
with the Clerk of the House immediately 
before the first reading. If amendments are 
made to any Bill during its progress before 
the Committee on Private Bills, or through 
the House, such Bill shall be reprinted by 
the promoters. 

In the case of Bills to incorporate com- 
panies, in addition to the fee of $300 men- 
tioned in Rule 98, fees calculated on the 
capital of the company are payable at the 
same time. Further particulars can be had on 
application to the undersigned. 

All cheques in payment of fees must be 
certified. lan M. Horne, Clerk, Legis- 
lative Assembly. 





PRIVATE BILLS 


Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to 
Standing Orders of the Legislative Assem- 
bly of British Columbia, no petition for any 
Private Bill shall be received by the House 
in its forthcoming Session after March 18, 
1985. February 22, 1985. — Ian M. Horne, 
Q.C., Clerk of the Legislative Assembly. 
[mh7 — 9963] 


PRIVATE BILLS 


Notice is hereby given that any person 
intending to apply for the passage of a Pri- 
vate Bill by the Legislative Assembly of 
British Columbia is advised that new rules 
relating to such Bills have been adopted by 
the Assembly and copies thereof may be 
obtained from the Queen’s Printer, Parlia- 
ment Buildings, Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4. 
February 22, 1985. — Ian M. Horne, Q.C., 
Clerk of the Legislative Assembly. [mh7 — 
9963] 


MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND 
CORPORATE AFFAIRS 


AMALGAMATION 


I hereby certify that Eltron Enterprises 
Ltd., which was incorporated on the 26th 
day of June 1975 under Certificate 138962 
and Kerri Industries Ltd., which was incor 
porated on the 2nd day of November 1976 
under Certificate 154399, are this day amal- 
gamated, pursuant to the Company Act, as 
one company with the name Eltron Enter- 
prises Ltd. (288607). 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 15th day of February 
1985.—M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar 
of Companies. |mh7 — 9967] 


AMALGAMATION 


I hereby certify that a certificate of amal- 
gamation dated the 2nd day of January 
1985, with articles of amalgamation and 


amalgamation agreement attached thereto 
dated the 18th day of December 1984, made 
between Astro Tire Distributors of Alberta 
Ltd., an Alberta corporation duly registered 
as an extraprovincial company under the 
laws of the Province of British Columbia 
under Certificate A-11417 and Astro Tire 
Distributors (Southern) Ltd., an Alberta 
corporation not registered in British Colum- 
bia, has this day been filed and, pursuant 
thereto, the amalgamated company is regis- 
tered under the name Astro Tire Alberta 
Ltd. (A-22955). 


The business that the corporation will 
carry on in B.C. is tire business. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 21st day of February 
1985.—M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar 
of Companies. {mh7 — 9967] 


AMALGAMATION 

I hereby certify that a certificate of amal- 
gamation dated the Ist day of January 1985, 
with articles of amalgamation attached 
thereto dated the same date, made between 
C.T.G. Telecommunications Systems, Inc., 
a Federal corporation duly registered as an 
extraprovincial company under the laws of 
the Province of British Columbia under Cer- 
tificate A-18600; CTG, Inc., a Federal cor- 
poration duly registered as an extraprovin- 
cial company under the laws of the Province 
of British Columbia under Certificate 
A-18601; and Comptel Distribution Inc., a 
Federal corporation duly registered as an 
extraprovincial company under the laws of 
the Province of British Columbia under Cer- 
tificate A-18602, has this day been filed 
and, pursuant thereto, the amalgamated 
company is registered under the name 
CTG, Ine. (A-22914). 


The business that the corporation will 
carry on in British Columbia is sale and 
installation of telephone and communica- 
tions equipment. 


Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 8th day of February 
1985. —L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. [mh7 — 9967] 


CHANGES OF NAMES 


I, M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar of 
Companies, hereby give notice that the fol- 
lowing companies have changed their 
names: 

February 7, 1985 
273592 273592 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 


January 27, 1984, changed to Deerwood Enter- 
prises Ltd. 


February 14, 1985 


251182 Lawson Nielson Simmonds Services 
Ltd., incorporated on April 29, 1982, changed to 
LNS Services Ltd. 


February 15, 1985 


216908 McNestry Developments Ltd., incor- 
porated on September 26, 1980, changed to Nor 
con Homes Ltd. 


February 18, 1985 


234415 Melray Holdings Ltd., incorporated 
dias 13, 1981, changed to Dr. Mel Sawyer 
td. 


340 


208282 12 West Designs Ltd., incorporated 
on April 17, 1980, changed to The Bag Lady 
Shopping Service Ltd. 


268622 JSBT Investments Ltd., incorporated 
on September 9, 1983, changed to Ravenhill 
Management Corp. 

120096 Tru-Built Industries Ltd., incorpo- 
rated on July 12, 1973, changed to Tliub Indus- 
tries Ltd. 

131199 Windor Sales (Western) Ltd., incor- 
porated on September 6, 1974, changed to Rodnit 
Sales (Western) Ltd. 

272006 Mclvers’s Appliance Leasing Ltd., in- 
corporated on December 14, 1983, changed to 
Mclver’s Appliance Sales & Service Ltd. 

190100 Spruce Leasing Ltd., incorporated on 
April 30, 1979, changed to Special Flyer Dis- 
tributors Ltd. 

59716 M & C Enterprises (1964) Ltd., incor- 
porated on March 20, 1964, changed to Wood- 
head Enterprises Ltd. 

198057 Jack Norrish Safety Centre (Well- 
ington) Ltd., incorporated on October 5, 1979, 
changed to BTS Consultants Inc. 

242856 Warehouse Picture Frames Itd., incor- 
porated on September 23, 1981, changed to Con- 
fidential Business Services Ltd. 


February 19, 1985 


283451 D & E Mechanical Ltd. , incorporated 
on October 5, 1984, changed to Western Blower 
& Pipe Co. Ltd. 

94462 Landan Ford Enterprises Ltd. , incorpo- 
rated on July 3, 1970, changed to Arbutus Service 
Centre Ltd. 

213077 Laurie’s Fitness Center Ltd., incorpo- 
rated on July 17, 1980, changed to Laurie’s Gym 
Ltd. 

273662 British Microsystems Corporation, 
incorporated on January 31, 1984, changed to 
Mitek Trading Corporation. 

238581 Jaron Management Corporation, in- 
corporated on July 6, 1981, changed to Consumer 
Realty Corporation. 

82013 O. Mammel Contracting Ltd., incorpo- 
rated on Seprember 27, 1968, changed to Tree 
Top Logging Ltd. 

277299 Highroller Holdings Ltd., incorpo- 
rated on April 26, 1984, changed to Horseshoe 
Cattle Co. Ltd. 

278862 19th & Oak Investments Ltd., incor- 
porated on June 4, 1984, changed to Granisle 
Equities Corp. 

286536 286536 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
December 20, 1984, changed to Satco Manufac- 
turing Ltd. 

190637 McPherson Construction Ltd., incor- 
porated on May 8, 1979, changed to C.L.J. Serv- 
ices Ltd. 

272318 272318 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
December 21, 1983, changed to BR Centre Lim- 
ited, 

250694 Port Edward Marine Services Ltd., 
incorporated on April 15, 1982, changed to 
A.T.S. Holdings Ltd. 

A.T.S. Holdings Ltd. , incorporated on January 
3, 1985, changed to Port Edward Marine Services 
Ltd. 

265976 Realtime Marketing Inc., incorpo- 
rated on June 29, 1983, changed to Irwel Invest- 
ment Corp. 

278976 278976 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
June 5, 1984, changed to Alan Hunt's Western 
Ltd. 

282468 231184 Holdings Ltd., incorporated 
on September 11, 1984, changed to Edgemont 
Interiors Ltd. 

244561 Okanagan Tractor Parts & Equipment 
Ltd., incorporated on October 27, 1981, changed 
to Marcel’s Equipment Sales Ltd. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


283141 H.W. No. 70 Holding Co. Ltd., incor- 
porated on September 27, 1984, changed to Jalan 
Enterprises Inc. 

200374 Second Bytes Corporation, incorpo- 
rated on November 21, 1979, changed to Seeway 
Systems Inc. 

157309 Fabriform Plastic Ltd., incorporated 
on January 31, 1977, changed to Accurate Plas- 
tics Ltd. 

287994 287994 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
January 31, 1985, changed to Fabriform Plastics 
Ltd. 

287246 Me-Rak Services Marketing Ltd., in- 
corporated on January 15, 1985, changed to Me- 
Rak Services & Marketing Ltd. 

274063 274063 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
February 9, 1984, changed to Allwest Industrial 
Leasing Inc. 


February 19, 1985 


264711 K. & K. Trading Co. Ltd., incorpo- 
rated on May 30, 1983, changed to Red House 
Restaurant Ltd. 


February 20, 1985 


239276 D.E.S.G. Holding Ltd., incorporated 
on July 16, 1981, changed to Bouchette Invest- 
ments Ltd. 

281114 281114 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
July 31, 1984, changed to Workbench Research 
Corporation. 

148436 Living Colour Wallpaper & Paint 
Ltd., incorporated on May 7, 1976, changed to 
The English Paper-Hanger Ltd. 

173771 Robert G. Tuss Marketing & Develop- 
ments Inc., incorporated on April 13, 1978, 
changed to Bentley Pacific Investments Inc. 

285736 285736 British Columbia Ltd., incor- 
porated on December 4, 1984, changed to Ad- 
vanced Steering Transportation Ltd. 

285735 285735 British Columbia Ltd., incor- 
porated on December 4, 1984, changed to Westec 
Transportation Specialists Ltd. 

53537 Chamco Engineering Sales Ltd., incor- 
porated on May 14, 1962, changed to Chamco 
Industries Ltd. 

61125 Stan Anderson Insurance Agency Ltd., 
incorporated on July 20, 1964, changed to 
S.L.A. Investments Ltd. 

286965 McChase Fashions Ltd., incorporated 
on January 7, 1985, changed to Off the Rack 
Ladies Wear Ltd. 

282200 282200 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
September 4, 1984, changed to Polar Products 
Inc. 

96695 Unifab Construction Ltd., incorpo- 
rated on November 16, 1970, changed to Ocean 
Realm Industries Ltd. 

268468 Pacific Coast Process Serving Ltd., 
incorporated on September 6, 1983, changed to 
Pacific Coast Bailiffs & Process Serving Ltd. 

280742 280742 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
July 20, 1984, changed to PGM International 
Refineries Inc. 


February 21, 1985 


275415 275415 British Columbia Ltd. , incor- 
porated on March 9, 1984, changed to Avant- 
Garde Entreprises Inc. 

280010 280010 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
January 29, 1984, changed to A.P.U. Holdings 
Ltd. 

282785 282785 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
September 19, 1984, changed to Suncourt 
Homes Ltd. 

213582 A.B. Shades International Ltd., in- 
corporated on July 25, 1980, changed to Pacific 
Ceilings Ltd. 

275770 275770 B.C. Limited, incorporated 
on March 19, 1984, changed to Tabor Mountain 
Ski Resort Ltd. 


March 7, 1985 


246002 H. Hanko Construction Ltd. , incorpo- 
rated on November 30, 1981, changed to Danube 
Industries Ltd. 

283856 283856 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
October 18, 1984, changed to FH. Wiley Ltd. 

287883 287883 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
January 30, 1985, changed to S.A. Sell Inc. 

175860 Gill’s T.V. and Stereo Ltd., incorpo- 
rated on May 29, 1978, changed to Newton Tele- 
vision and Electronics Ltd. 

152492 Rainbow Distributors Ltd., incorpo- 
rated on September 7, 1976, changed to Vabrig 
Holdings Ltd. 

241529 Lisette Holdings Ltd., incorporated 
on August 27, 1981, changed to Importex Trad- 
ing Corporation. 

120375 New West Logging Ltd., incorporated 
on July 23, 1973, changed to New West Leasing 
Corp. 

210031 Fredonia Oil & Gas Ltd., incorpo- 
rated on May 21, 1980, changed to Consolidated 
Fredonia Resources Ltd. 

173628 Canarctic Ventures Ltd., incorporated 
on April 11, 1978, changed to Consolidated Can- 
arctic Industries Ltd. 

144823 Krampl Management Ltd., incorpo- 
rated on January 27, 1976, changed to Dr. W.R. 
Krampl Inc. 

246580 Cradle Haven Baby Care (1981) Ltd., 
incorporated on December 15, 1981, changed to 
Rainbow Ridge Special Care Home Ltd. 

284715 Prestige Realty Ltd., incorporated on 
November 6, 1984, changed to Fleetwood Estates 
Ltd. 

208008 Tri Power Realty Ltd., incorporated 
on April 11, 1980, changed to Prestige Realty 
Ltd. 

288319 288319 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
February 8, 1985, changed to Fort Langley Drugs 
Ltd. 

254560 Vassilaki Investments Inc., incorpo- 
rated on September 7, 1982, changed to Queen 
Victoria Stamp Company Ltd. 

240918 Eden Cove Developments Limited, 
incorporated on August 17, 1981, changed to 
Edenscove Developments Ltd. 

266966 Scott’s Cafe Ltd., incorporated on 
July 25, 1983, changed to 266966 B.C. Ltd. 

186986 Karghan Enterprises, Kec Inc., incor- 
porated on February 21, 1979, changed to Dr. P. 
Cavaghan Inc. 

284252 AC Four Holdings Ltd., incorporated 
on October 26, 1984, changed to Dundarave Vil- 
lage Project Ltd. 

249951 House of Chang (Canada) Ltd. , incor- 
porated on March 23, 1982, changed to IPT Tech- 
nologies, Inc. 

288504 IPT Technologies, Inc., incorporated 
on February 14, 1985, changed to House of 
Chang (Canada) Ltd. 


February 22, 1985 


287595 287595 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
January 23, 1985, changed to Westchester Pro- 
ductions Inc. 


288335 288335 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
February 8, 1985, changed to Sunsan Enterprises 
Inc. 

259928 CVG Contracting Ltd., incorporated 
on February 7, 1983, changed to A. Gerry Finan- 
cial Corp. 

155933 Stranco Canada Systems Inc., incor- 
porated on December 17, 1976, changed to Bio- 
tech Ozone Inc. 


268185 Nestor Resources Ltd., incorporated 
on August 26, 1983, changed to Harry Rostami 
Investments Ltd. 

254792 Bill Racine Enterprises Ltd. , incorpo- 
rated on September 14, 1982, changed to Ver- 
satile Endevoirs Ltd. 


March 7, 1985 


287885 287885 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
January 30, 1985, changed to Art-Tee Interiors 
Inc. 

265689 Xenos Non-Alcoholic Beverages 
Ltd., incorporated on June 22, 1983, changed to 
Xenos Catering Ltd. 

282623 282623 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
September 14, 1984, changed to Electric Co. 
Restaurants Inc. 

286933 Nelson Bros. Painting Ltd., incorpo- 
rated on January 4, 1985, changed to 286933 
BC En. 

261925 Tecumeseh Resources Ltd., incorpo- 
rated on March 25, 1983, changed to Thrust Re- 
sources Inc. 

284026 284026 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
October 22, 1984, changed to Aegean Holdings 
Ltd. 

234752 Action Construction & Surveying 
Services Ltd., incorporated on May 1[5, 1981, 
changed to Action Construction Ltd. 

288320 288320 B.C. Ltd., incorporated on 
February 8, 1985, changed to Poco Glass (1985) 
Ltd. 

259390 Shogun Seafoods Ltd., incorporated 
on January 26, 1983, changed to Ikari Seafoods 
Ltd. [mh7 — 9967] 


CHANGE OF NAME 


| hereby certify that Canrep Inc., which 
was incorporated under the laws of Canada 
and is registered under the Companies Act 
as an extraprovincial company under Cer 
tificate A-2477 has, by certificate and arti- 
cles of amendment, changed its name to the 
name Canrep Morse Inc. (A-2477). 


The original name of the company was 
Railway and Power Engineering Corpora- 
tion Limited and was changed on the 24th 
day of February 1977 to the name Canrep 
Limited — Canrep Limitee, and from that 
name on the 17th day of April 1979, to the 
name Canrep Inc. 


Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 19th day of February 
1985. — L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. {mh7 — 9967] 


CHANGE OF NAME 


I hereby certify that Conticommodity 
Services (Canada) Ltd., which was incor- 
porated under the laws of Canada and is 
registered under the Companies Act as an 
extraprovincial company under Certificate 
A-14486 has, by certificate and articles of 
amendment, changed its name to the name 
Refco Futures (Canada) Ltd. (A-14486). 


Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 19th day of February 
1985. — L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. {mh7 — 9967] 


CHANGE OF NAME 


I hereby certify that Custodis-Hamon 
Canada Inc., which was incorporated in 
the Province of Ontario and is registered 
under the Company Act as an extraprovin- 
cial company under Certificate A-21368 
has, by certificate and articles of amend- 
ment, changed its name to the name 
Custodis-Cottrell Canada, Inc. 
(A-21368). 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


34) 





Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 15th day of February 
1985. L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. {mh7 — 9967] 








CHANGE OF NAME 

I hereby certify that Pacific Brewing 
Company Ltd., which was incorporated 
under the laws of Canada and is registered 
under the Company Act as an extraprovin- 
cial company under Certificate A-21959 
has, by certificate and articles of amend- 
ment, changed its name to the name Pacific 
Western Brewing Co. Ltd. (A-21959). 

The original name of the company was 
131197 Canada Inc. and was changed on the 
24th day of May 1984 to the name Pacific 
Breweries (Canada) Inc., and from that 
name on the Ist day of June 1984, to the 
name Pacific Brewing Company Ltd. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 15th day of February 
1985. —L.G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. {mh7 — 9967] 


CHANGE OF NAME 


I hereby certify that Westbank Leasing 
Limited, which was incorporated under the 
laws of Canada and is registered under the 
Company Act as an extraprovincial com- 
pany under Certificate A-17677 has, by cer- 
tificate and articles of amendment, changed 
its name to the name Westbank Leasing 
Limited — La Compagnie Creditbail 
Westbank Limitee (A-17677). 


Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 15th day of February 
1985. — L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. {mh7 — 9967] 


CHANGE OF NAME 


I hereby certify that 238375 Alberta 
Ltd., which was incorporated in the 
Province of Alberta and is registered under 
the Company Act as an extraprovincial com- 
pany under Certificate A-22482 has, by cer 
tificate and articles of amendment, changed 
its name to the name Amiskwi Air Ltd. 
(A-22482). 


Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 19th day of February 
1985. — L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. |mh7 — 9967] 


CONTINUATION IN 


I hereby certify that Canterbury Foods 
Ltd. (288776c), which was incorporated in 
the Province of Ontario, has this day been 
granted a certificate of continuation under 
the B.C. Company Act. 


Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 20th day of February 
1985. — L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. |mh7 — 9967] 


CONTINUATION IN 


I hereby certify that Gentrix Engineer- 
ing Lid. (288586c), which was incorpo- 
rated in the Province of Alberta, has this day 
been granted a certificate of continuation 
under the B.C. Company Act. 


Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 15th day of February 
1985. —L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies, |mh7 9967| 





CONTINUATION IN 

I hereby certify that N. Olsen Holdings 
Ltd., (288802c), which was amalgamated 
in the Province of Alberta, has this day been 
granted a certificate of continuation under 
the B.C. Company Act. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 21st day of February 
1985. — L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. |mh7 — 9967] 


CONTINUATION IN 

I hereby certify that Philry Investments 
Ltd. (288631c), which was incorporated in 
the Province of Alberta and duly registered 
as an extraprovincial company under the 
laws of the Province of British Columbia on 
the 17th day of December 1975 under Cer- 
tificate A-12242, has this day been granted a 
certificate of continuation under the B.C. 
Company Act. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 18th day of February 
1985. — L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. |mh7 — 9967] 


CONTINUATION IN 


I hereby certify that Ta’Zuma Holdings 
Ltd. (288585c), which was incorporated in 
the Province of Alberta, has this day been 
granted a certificate of continuation under 
the B.C. Company Act. 


Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 15th day of February 
1985. — L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. {mh7 — 9967] 


CONTINUATION OUT 


Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to 
section 37 of the B.C. Company Act, Rob- 
cour Enterprises Ltd. (239429). which 
was incorporated on the 20th day of July 
1981 under Certificate 239429, has been 
granted a certificate of continuance under 
the Alberta Business Corporation Act on the 
Sth day of February 1985. 


Removed from the register on the 20th 
day of February 1985. —M. A. Jorre de St. 
Jorre, Registrar of Companies. {mh7 — 
9967} 


DISSOLUTIONS 


I, M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar of 
Companies, hereby give notice that, pur 
suant to section 281 of the B.C. Company 
Act, each of the utdermentioned com- 
panies were struck off the register and dis- 
solved on the 22nd day of February 1985: 


February 22, 1985 


173546 A & B Concrete Asphalt Cutting Ltd. 
172839 A & B Tots To Teens Clothing Inc. 
173506 A & G Ventures Ltd. 

173848 A. Smith Garage (1978) Ltd. 

172724 A.B.A. Metal Finishing Corp. 
173414 A.C. Office Services Ltd. 

172388 A.G. Enterprises Ltd. 

171757 A.G.B. Falling Contractors Ltd. 


342 
172649 


173650 
173692 
174216 
172868 
171739 
173130 
171753 
171821 
172658 


172978 
172306 
172062 
172402 
173133 
173186 
171780 
173464 
173797 
171740 
173128 
171724 
172764 
174224 
[73557 
173768 
172496 
172495 
173667 
172864 


172086 
174076 
172212 
172028 
173586 
174026 
172710 
174135 


172574 
174027 
172360 
172387 
174018 
173401 
173320 
173683 
173536 
172933 
171869 
172662 
172318 
172397 
174181 
173732 
173605 
172579 
172992 
174061 

173764 
172256 
173898 
172794 
172828 
173633 
173262 
173030 
173362 
172163 
173611 

173100 
173630 
173655 
172459 
173853 
174015 

172908 
172783 

172066 
172113 

173483 

172155 


A.1.S. Attache International Services 
Ltd. 
A.J.A. Regal Connsultations Ltd. 
A.J.A. Salvage Ltd. 

A.R.A. Marine Inc. 

A.T.C. Management Ltd. 

A.T.R. Simulators Company Ltd. 
A.W. Appliance Service Ltd. 

A-1 Bakery and Delicatessen Ltd. 
A-1 Foto Salon Gallery Ltd. 
Aardvark Landscape & Tree Services 
Inc. 

Abagail Investments Ltd. 

Access Publications Limited. 
Accu-Cal Consultants Ltd. 

Ace Rentals Ltd. 

Ace Salvage & Hiab Service P.G. Ltd. 
Adams Mechanical Ltd. 

Adamson Consulting Ltd 

Adanac Travel Inc. 

Advance Plant Foods Inc. 
Aggressive Credit Services Ltd. 
Aider Service Ltd. 

Airport Holdings Ltd. 

Alba Holdings Ltd. 

Alberni Deck-Care Ltd. 

Albeth Enterprises Ltd. 

Alcon Enterprises Ltd. 

Alcor Kitchen-Nu Products Inc. 
Alcor Pacific Distributing Inc. 

All Seasons Aluminum Products Ltd. 
All-Sports Insurance Services Incorpo- 
rated. 

All-Ways Building Products Ltd. 
Allied Pacific Traders Ltd. 

Allstar Seamless Siding Ltd. 
Allwest Builder Buying Group Inc. 
Alpha Business Systems Ltd. 
Alstee Holdings Ltd. 

Alvi Trading & Investments Ltd. 
American Hydraulics-Pneumatics of 
Canada Ltd. 

Amutec Industries Inc. 

Anchor Travel Ltd. 

Andrews Investments Ltd. 
Angepena Properties Ltd. 
Anglemont Marina (1978) Ltd. 
Angor Falling Contractors Ltd. 
Anke’s Fibercrafts Ltd. 

Anna Designs Ltd. 

Anthos Enterprises Ltd. 

Antone Holdings Ltd. 

Apsara Enterprises Ltd. 

Aquarius Plumbing Ltd. 
Arab-Can Investments Inc. 

Arien Investments Ltd. 

Arminco Construction Ltd. 
Armonia Enterprises Ltd. 

Artistic Framing & Galleries Ltd. 
Ascot Investigation Inc. 

Atlantic Salvage Company Ltd. 
Atlas Aviation Ltd. 

August Moon Restaurant Ltd. 
Avondale Resource Corporation. 
Axe Drilling Company Ltd. 

B & B Herb Distributors Inc. 

B & C Fencemen Ltd. 

B. Clum & Associates Ltd. 

B. M. Auto Repairs Inc. 

B.O. Bodyshop Overload Ltd. 
Badger Security Aids Inc. 
Ballincurrig Investments Ltd. 
Baltix Resources Ltd. 

Banotex Sales Ltd. 

Barbour Agencies Ltd. 

Barny’s Kitchen Cleaning Inc. 
Batu Enterprises Ltd. 

Beacon Construction Ltd. 

Beau D-Coja Marina Services Ltd. 
Beckow Books Ltd. 

Bee Line Framers Ltd. 

Beero Designs Ltd. 

Bern Enterprises Ltd. 

Bernie Massine Agency Ltd. 
Bernson Electrical Service Ltd. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


173031 
172752 
172755 
173263 
172802 
174232 
173452 
173844 
172747 
172278 
173751 
172090 
173645 
172514 
172187 
172651 
173637 
172434 
174157 
169993 
171991 
172281 
172395 
173206 
171822 
172257 
173967 
172010 
174154 
171953 
172177 
172986 
173236 
171929 
172147 
VSV73 
173855 
172760 
173638 
172586 
173953 


172422 
171963 
245100 
172341 
172540 
172637 
172474 
173038 
171828 
172613 
174086 
173144 
173950 
174244 
171909 
172067 
173309 
174164 
172455 
171896 


172569 
173780 
173002 


174125 
174073 
172047 
173789 
173523 
172739 
174274 
171911 
174243 
172291 
171771 
171797 
169155 
171918 
172603 
171904 
174219 
173621 


Bianca Cafe Ltd. 

Bickerton Enterprises Ltd. 

Big Bore Motorcycles Ltd. 

Big Country Enterprises Ltd. 

Big L Garden Centre Nurseries Ltd. 
Big Valley Woodcraft & Supplies Ltd. 
Bijou Enterprises Ltd. 

Billen Holdings Ltd. 

Bilton Properties Ltd. 

Black Magick Chimney Sweeps Ltd. 
Blenheim Construction Corporation. 
Blue Sky Lease Ltd. 

Bob Dyck Holdings Ltd. 

Bomas Holdings Inc. 

Bonnie’s Electrolysis Ltd. 

Boogie Concrete Pump Rentals Ltd. 
Boston Construction Company Limited. 
Bridgeport Typesetting Service Ltd. 
Brimac Enterprises Ltd. 

Britannia Adventures Ltd. 
Broadview Investments Ltd. 
Bromco Holdings Inc. 

Brosch Bros. Enterprises Ltd. 
Brougham Enterprises Ltd. 

Bryan Doyle Sales Corporation. 
Buckingham Holdings Ltd. 

Budget Discount Luggage Ltd. 
Bulkley Valley Aquaculture Ltd. 
Burley’s Food Services Ltd. 
Burrows Recycling Industries Ltd. 
Bute Marina Ltd. 

Bytz & Huggins Ltd. 

C. W. Thompson & Son Ltd. 

C.I.S. Holding Co. Ltd. 

C.M. & S.F. McLeod Services Ltd. 
Caledonia Investments Ltd. 
California Cooperage Vancouver Ltd. 
Campbellton Laundromat Ltd. 
Can-Fam Services Ltd. 

Canadian Climatogs Inc. 

Canadian Ocean Sports Fishing Com- 
pany Limited. 

Canalta Holdings Ltd. 

Canamair Resources Ltd. 

Cancori Imports & Exports Limited. 
Canfab Industries Ltd. 

Canoe Home Construction Ltd. 
Canwide Developments Ltd. 

Cap Holdings Ltd. 

Cap Leasing Ltd. 

Cap Rouge Diving Ltd. 

Capricorn Holdings Ltd. 

Cariboo Custom Car Center Limited. 
Cariboo Gold Wynds Ltd. 

Cariboo Warehousing Ltd. 

Carlyn Marketing Ltd. 

Carpenter & Petersen Holdings Ltd. 
Carpenteri Holdings Ltd. 
Cartwright Enterprises Ltd. 
Cascade Management Services Inc. 
Cassandra Productions Ltd. 

Cassiar Telecommunications Company 
Ltd. 

Centennial Leasing Ltd. 

Central Okanagan Holdings Inc. 
Chambers, Mackelvie & Associates 
(B.C.) Ltd. 

Chan & Wong Enterprises Ltd. 
Cherian Equities Inc. 

Cheswick Holdings Inc. 

Chicara Holding Corporation. 
Christina Lake Holdings Ltd. 
Christy River Arts Limited. 

Citadel Management Inc. 

City Girl Boutique Ltd. 

Claire Management Ltd. 

Classic Kitchen Design Centre Ltd. 
Clearwater Pools (1978) Ltd. 

Clova Construction Ltd. 

Cloverleaf Enterprises Ltd. 

Coastal Canine College Ltd. 

Cobi Imports Ltd. 

Cobo Development Ltd. 
Coldstream Vineyards Ltd. 

Coles Enterprises Ltd. 


172841 
173169 
172428 
171815 
172589 
172141 
171741 
173394 
173260 
173740 
174140 
171710 
172596 
172312 
172304 
173034 
173728 
173831 
173767 
173150 


173365 
172352 
173176 
173534 
173618 


172818 
172425 
172127 
171847 
174022 
172045 
172446 
174272 
172972 
173344 
172233 
172897 


173610 
172430 
173796 
173590 
171803 
172508 
173399 
173466 
172780 
173736 
173121 
172859 
172390 
173162 
172098 
174102 
172671 
173259 
173666 
172750 
172678 
173792 
173887 
173066 
172895 
173110 
173191 
173108 
174145 
172445 
173624 
172694 
172520 
173601 
173879 
172721 
171894 
172052 
172156 
174189 
173009 
171766 
171932 
171938 
171885 


March 7, 1985 


Colonial Builders Limited. 
Columbia Saddle Shop Ltd. 
Common Ground Enterprises Ltd. 
Community Optical Ltd. 
Con-Worth Enterprises Ltd. 
Conbarge Deck and Joist Supply Ltd. 
Condratow Enterprises Ltd. 
Conquistador Resources Ltd. 
Consumers Lottery Sales Inc. 
Continental Waterbeds, Inc. 
Cord Yachts Ltd. 
Cougar Lake Log Salvage Ltd. 
Cougar Management Ltd. 
Cowichan Bay Ocean Services Inc. 
Cowichan Delta Produce Ltd. 
Cowichan Indian Sweaters & Crafts Ltd. 
Cranbrook Landscaping Ltd. 
Craw-Field Holdings Ltd. 
Creative Ideas of Canada Ltd. 
Creed’s Antique Billiard Table Appraisal 
Ltd. 
Cricket Construction Ltd. 
Crystal Resin Fix Inc. 
Crystal Sound Productions Limited. 
Culdrose Auto Supply Ltd. 
D & I Planning, Reference, and Evalua- 
tion Systems Inc. 
D & L Management Corporation. 
& R Motors Ltd. 
and C Hire-A-Heap Inc. 
R G Enterprises Ltd. 
. & M. Fiberglass Ltd. 
. I. Park Enterprises Ltd. 
. Valin Holdings Ltd. 
. Watson Holdings Ltd. 
C.D. Management Ltd. 

L. The Dough’ Nut Factory Ltd. 
. Henderson Ltd. 
Wilson & Associates Real Estate 


J 
td 


wimeloleioleloleieioloie) 


E 
.G 
.L.J. Construction Co. Ltd. 

D.S. & D. Management Ltd. 
Dal-Wag Holdings Ltd. 

Daly & Daly Ltd. 

Dan Burns Contracting Ltd. 

Danross Trading Inc. 

Davidson Holdings Ltd. 

Davran Construction Ltd. 

Dawson Planer Mills, Inc. 

De Koning Development Corporation. 
Deca-Craft Painting Limited. 
Decaria Drycleaning Enterprises Ltd. 
December Enterprises Ltd. 
December Ventures Ltd. 

Deka Chemicals Ltd. 

Del-Rich Painting & Decorating Ltd. 
Delmac Heating Services Ltd. 

Delta Electric Ltd. 

Delta Tire Ltd. 

Demedeiros Contracting 1978 Ltd. 
Dent-Pac Supplies Ltd. 

Dick Heggie Holdings Ltd. 

Dimo’s Restaurant Ltd. 

Dinamac Flagging Service Ltd. 
Discovery Cleaners Ltd. 

Dolphin Bookstop Ltd. 

Dominion Traders Ltd. 

Donglen Holdings Ltd. 

Donway Holdings Ltd. 

Doul’s Janitorial Consulting Ltd. 
Dow Electric Company Ltd. 

Down to Earth Plants Limited. 
Drafal Management Limited. 
Drylands Construction Ltd. 

Dublin House (Fashions) Ltd. 
Dunvegan Management Co. Ltd. 

E. & T. Designs Ltd. 

E. A. Jerke Contracting Ltd. 

E. Unger Trucking Ltd. 

Eagle Ridge Construction Ltd. 

Earth Craft Ltd. 

Educomp Management Resource Ltd, 
El-Ray Trucking Ltd. 

Elaine Holdings Ltd. 

Elbow Lake Logging Ltd. 


March 7, 1985 


172867 


173753 
172196 
173380 
173702 
174093 


172522 
171685 
173757 
172298 
173527 
172555 
171807 
172884 
173986 
173225 
172797 
171852 
172008 
173036 
173208 
174105 
174043 


172726 
172704 
172191 
171789 
174228 
171931 
172234 
172957 
172989 
172396 
173159 
174045 
173490 
172529 
172924 
172749 


172357 
172754 
172665 
172017 
171820 
172837 
172214 
173398 
172392 
174182 
172561 
171968 
172513 
171954 
173429 
172502 
173202 
174092 
173896 
172174 
173999 
172133 
146845 
174080 
172786 
172907 
172993 
173157 
173758 
172044 
172267 
173851 
173457 
173635 
173439 
172602 
173467 
172323 
172622 
V2TS 
173828 
173005 


EML Accounting & Management Serv- 
ices Ltd. 

Esperanza Enterprises (1978) Ltd. 
Eva’s Drapery Studio Ltd. 

Everest Homes Ltd. 

Exchequer Enterprises Ltd. 
Executive Building Exterior Specialists 
Inc. 

Exeter Holdings Ltd. 

Eze Clean Laundry & Dry Cleaning Ltd, 
F. & J. Developments Ltd. 

F. G. Smallwood Logging Ltd. 

F. M. Industries Ltd. 

F. Mason Holdings Ltd. 

F.C. Furnishings Co-ordinated Ltd. 
E.L.G. Motors Ltd. 

FW. Romanuk & Associates Ltd. 
Fairwind Properties Inc. 

Falcon Realty Corporation. 

Famous Enterprises Ltd. 

Far-East Products Import Ltd. 
Feeling Good Enterprises, Inc. 
Fenske Enterprises Ltd. 

Ferguson Investments Ltd. 

First Choice Decorating & Lighting 
Centre Ltd. 

Fjord Produce Corp. 

Fleet Investments Ltd. 

Fleetwood Mobile Homes Ltd. 
Fleming Leasing Ltd. 

Fletcher’s Graphic Services Inc. 
FMX Enterprises Inc. 

FOMC Enterprises Ltd. 

Force-12 Productions Ltd. 

Fortier Construction Ltd. 

Forward Sawmills Ltd. 

Four Seasons Hot Tubs Sales Ltd. 
Frandco Enterprises Ltd. 

Frankforth Enterprises Ltd. 

Franvil International Ltd. 

Fraser Valley Aircraft Ltd. 

Fraser Valley Business Consultants In- 
corporated. , 

Fraser Valley Metal Works Ltd. 
Frederick B. Collins & Associates Ltd. 
Froan Investments Ltd. 

G & D Water Ram Industries Limited. 
G and M Sewing Supplies Ltd. 

G. Apted and Company Ltd. 

G. Norman Worsley Consulting Ltd. 
G.S.B. Holdings Ltd. 

G.V.A. Teeshirt Impressions Ltd. 
Galaxy Automotive (1978) Ltd. 
Galaxy Porcelain Enamel Mfg. Ltd. 
Galef Drywall Ltd. 

Galleon Ventures Inc. 

Garnet Resources Ltd. 

Garry Engineering Ltd. 

Garry’s Outdoor Power Ltd. 
Gastown Dee Que Enterprises Inc. 
Geneva Industries Ltd. 

Geoffrey E. Dawborn Ltd. 

George L. Dvorak Ltd. 
Georgi-An-B Enterprises Ltd. 
Georgia Bay Investments Ltd. 
Gillespie Interiors Ltd. 

Ginger’s Cabaret Ltd. 

Glen Alden Photo Ltd. 

Glenwood Marketing Ltd. 

Gogama Industrial Corporation. 
Golden Eagle Homes Ltd. 

Golden Garden Restaurant Ltd. 
Golfito Enterprises Inc. 

Good Neighbour Store Ltd. 
Goodwhite Holdings Ltd. 

Goodwill Holdings Ltd. 

Gorbon Enterprises Ltd. 

Gordon Herron Sales Ltd. 

Graford Holdings Ltd. 

Graham McMullin Productions Ltd. 
Grant Wood Management Ltd. 
Grasser-Carriere Holdings Ltd. 
Greater Vancouver Carpet Cleaners Ltd. 
Gregorig Industrial Trailer Ltd. 
Greybe Construction Ltd. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


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173412 
173120 
172967 
173587 
172548 
173907 
172285 
171945 
172948 
173360 
173614 
171900 
173941 
172566 
172689 
173744 
171897 
174183 
172806 
172048 
172176 
171919 
174066 
174149 
171775 
172423 
173729 
173448 
172490 
173798 
171743 
172464 
172679 
173716 
171996 
172795 
172812 
172803 
172373 
173813 
172083 
172407 
172981 
173383 
173300 
173849 


173199 
172768 
162307 
171871 
174238 
172004 
173455 
172955 
173802 


172825 
174273 
172959 
171688 
172962 
172524 
173985 
173793 
173627 
171966 
173814 
173511 
172290 
172340 
173697 
172916 
173032 
172398 
173138 
172703 


174194 
172550 
173330 
174081 
171970 
173097 
172512 


Grover Holdings Ltd 

GSR Marketing Services Ltd. 
Guilderaft Cabinets Ltd. 

H & H Contract Services Ltd. 
H.K.’s Leatherland Ltd. 

H.L. Bavarian Food Products Ltd. 
Hahn Holdings Ltd. 

Hale Consulting Service Ltd. 
Handal Management Services Ltd. 
Hanray Management Inc. 
Hapa-Lich Designs Co. Ltd. 
Hardy Bay Drycleaning Ltd. 
Harness House Cabarets Ltd. 
Harold Augustus Studds Incorporated. 
Harrison Beach Management Inc. 
Hartley Ventures Ltd. 

Harvey & Sven Enterprises Ltd. 
Hasa Roof Cote Ltd. 

Hawaii 5 Investments Ltd. 

Hawk Rental Ltd. 

Hawk Transport Ltd. 

Hebb Enterprises Ltd. 

Hedera Holdings Ltd. 

Helga’s Sandwich Experience Inc. 
Helm General Contractors Ltd. 
Hemp Enterprises Ltd. 

Henham Apiaries Ltd. 

Heritage Towing and Storage Ltd. 
Hexagon Motors Ltd. 

Highland Fitters Ltd. 

Hitesh Sales Ltd. 

Hogan Construction Ltd. 
Hollyburn Automarine Ltd. 

Hood Enterprises Ltd. 

Horizon Trading Inc. 

Horwath & Horwath Realty Ltd. 
Howard & Stickland Holdings Ltd. 
Humphrey Aluminum Doors Ltd. 
Hy-Grade Construction Co. Ltd. 
Hyphon Construction Limited. 

I. G. Hair Reflections Ltd. 

I. J. Ross Ltd. 

I. R. Energy Scanners Ltd. 

I.B. Enterprises Ltd. 

Idea Furniture Ltd. 

Independent Environmental Studies & 
Controls Ltd. 

Inlet Enterprises Inc. 

Innovat Enterprises Inc. 
Inter-City Equipment Ltd. 
Interestate Development Limited. 
Interior Accessories Ltd. 

Interior Investments Ltd. 

Interior Pools Ltd. 

Interior Trailer Rentals Ltd. 
International Nutritional Research 
Group Inc. 

International Pharmetrics Inc. 
International Rent-A-Wreck Ltd. 
Interprovincial Advertising Ltd. 
Inverdon Enterprises Limited. 
Ivan H. Kartz Construction Ltd. 
Ivy Heights Estates Ltd. 

J & E Software Ltd. 

J Bar J Services Inc. 

J K La Couture Ltd. 

J. & W. Holdings Ltd. 

. L. M. Systems Limited. 

.A. Electric Ltd. 

.B.K.H. Holdings Ltd. 

-C. Overload Ltd. 

J.G.B.G. Enterprises Ltd. 

J.J. Krol Ltd. 

J.J.M. Investments Ltd. 

J.N. Wilson & Co. Ltd. 

Jack V. Brown-John Contracting Ltd. 
Jacobsen Local Moving Service Com- 
pany Limited. 

Jagpal Enterprises Ltd. 

Janico Investments Ltd. 

January Ventures Ltd. 

Jaywes Construction Ltd. 
Jeppesen Enterprises Ltd. 
Jessdon Restaurant Ltd. 

Jiffy Propane Ltd. 


a ay Ce 


144643 
172406 
172568 
173930 
173940 
172563 
173037 
173228 
171747 
172197 
174203 
173476 
171916 
173575 
172612 
172242 
173730 
174230 
172792 
172046 
172286 
173688 
171720 
171974 
172112 
172303 
174187 
172136 
171736 
173835 
174227 
172823 
172511 
173292 


172084 
173903 
172855 
173458 
172081 
173774 
173289 
171819 
172966 
172164 
171799 
164323 
171877 
174079 
173578 
172296 
173167 
172849 
145414 
173352 
172458 
173824 
173185 
173188 
173335 
173652 
172137 
174132 
172386 
172433 
174260 
173938 
172740 


174037 
173041 
171942 
173290 
174236 
171752 
172546 
172727 
172245 
173807 
172983 
173184 
171914 
ly/S592 


173762 


Jingle Bells Advertizing Inc. 

Joan Crescent Manor Ltd. 

Jobill Chartering Ltd. 

Joe Costanzo Jewellers Ltd. 

John Gilbert Enterprises Ltd. 

John’s Spray Clean Ltd. 

Joseph-Allan Limited. 

Jove Petro Funding Ltd. 

K & I Holdings Ltd. 

K & L Sea Designs Inc. 

K & W Enterprises Ltd. 

K-3 General Construction Ltd. 

K. D. C. Construction Ltd, 

K. J. Morris Associates Ltd. 

K.D.G. Construction Ltd. 

K-Marble Manufacturing (1978) Ltd. 

Kal-Med Management Ltd. 

Kamloops Glider Sport West Ltd. 

Kaslo-Nelson Truckin and Busin Ltd. 

Kehl Industries Ltd. 

Keith Sales Ltd. 

Ken Dale & Associates Ltd. 

Kenlan Holdings Ltd. 

Keno Distributors Inc. 

Kerman Enterprises Ltd. 

Key Auto Accessories Distributors Ltd. 

Killarney Market (1978) Ltd. 

Kimsquit Traders Ltd. 

Kingsgate Developments Ltd. 

Kits Plants Ltd. 

Knipe Construction Ltd. 

Kootenay Exteriors Ltd. 

Kootenay Koasting Kompany Ltd. 

Kristensen Construction Management 

Inc. 

Krock Enterprises Ltd. 

Kull Holdings Ltd. 

L & B Homes Ltd. 

L F Communications Ltd. 

L PB Enterprises Inc. 

L. & D. Enterprises Ltd. 

L.P.B. Falling Contractors Ltd. 

L.V.I. Distributors Ltd. 

La Barka Restaurant Ltd. 

La Jolla Holdings, Inc. 

Lacasa Imports Ltd. 

Lake City Communications Ltd. 

Lake City Enterprises Ltd. 

Lam Investments Ltd. 

Lamb’s Specialty Pet Shop Ltd. 

Landa Enterprises Ltd. 

Langley Alarms Ltd. 

Langley Fire Supplies Ltd. 

Larry’s Plumbing Ltd. 

Larson Transport Co. Ltd. 

Laws Industries Ltd. 

Leaf Insurance Services Ltd. 

Leavanne Developments Ltd. 

Lee’s Lunch Counter Ltd. 

Lifestyle Inns Limited. 

Liisa Restaurants Ltd. 

Linda Holdings Ltd. 

Lindbergh Investments Ltd. 

Lindy Trucking Ltd. 

Lionel’s Folding Salad Bar Ltd. 

Lions Gate Florists Ltd. 

Little City Services Ltd. 

Little Lord Fauntelroy Publishing Co. 

Ltd. 

Little Raskals Children’s Wear Ltd. 

LMD Professional Collections Ltd. 

Localowna Entertainment Guide Inc. 

Lone Star Contracting Ltd. 

Lord Byron Cabaret Ltd. 

Lori Somers Ltd. 

Los Amigos Holdings Ltd. 

Love’s Mobile Discotheque Ltd. 

Lund Trading Ltd. 

Lynn-Will Holdings Ltd. 

M J Auto Imports Ltd. 

M. A. Bertrand Developments Ltd. 

M.C.M. Industries Ltd. 

Nee Studio Three Photographics 
td. 

M.D.L. Holdings Ltd. 


344 


172208 
173958 
172293 


172847 
172059 
173670 
171745 
173102 
172676 
172578 
172376 
174180 
173382 
172745 
173787 
174206 
171921 
172763 
173035 
173625 
173347 


160912 
174030 
WATE 


173653 
172103 
173765 
173893 
171902 
173363 
172758 
172231 
172648 


171892 
172058 


171930 
172194 
172557 
173936 
172292 
171841 
172000 
173822 
172261 
173216 
172954 
173042 
172232 
174035 
173704 
172449 
173545 


173747 
172711 
173288 
173426 
173880 
173722 
171786 
172299 
173932 
172329 


173672 
17299] 
172883 
172675 
173137 
171794 
172892 
174152 
174175 
173403 
173804 
172272 
171865 
173731 
174051 
173322 


Macmell Development Corporation. 
Madeira Park Pharmacy Ltd. 
Magdalin-Tozer Insurance Consultants 
Ltd. 

Mainland Microcomputer Systems Ltd. 
Mainland Truss Systems Ltd. 
Majisshen Production Co. Ltd. 
Malaspina Machine Works Ltd. 

Man Cheong Books Ltd. 

Manila Importers Ltd. 

Maple Leaf Drugs Ltd. 

March Industries Ltd. 

Marion’s Fashion Jewellery Ltd. 

Marits Ladies Wear Ltd. 

Marlar Holdings Ltd. 

Marmalade Holdings Ltd. 

Marshall Industrial Electronics Ltd. 
Master Plumber Products Limited. 
Maxi-Media Sales Inc. 
McCully-Boutilier Services Inc. 
McEIl’s Enterprises Ltd. 

McLaren Center for Professional Diver 
Training, Ltd. 

McTuffy’s Enterprises Ltd. 

Meadow Industries Ltd. 

Mediterranean Yacht Sales & Charters 
Ltd. 

Mel’s Auto Body Ltd. 

Merv’s Truck & Equipment Ltd. 

MGB Holdings Ltd. 

Middleton’s Bakery Ltd. 

Midwest Agencies Ltd. 

Milesco Investments Inc. 

Mill Bay Development Corporation. 
Miller’s Drywall Co. Ltd. 

Milligan Creek Agricultural Associates 
Ltd. 

Milton Construction Company Ltd. 
Minit-Tune Minit-Lube International 
Corp. 

Moffat Lake Contracting Ltd. 
Montague Clarke & Associates Ltd. 
Montania Holdings Ltd. 

Moody Vending Services (1978) Ltd. 
Mori Enterprises Ltd. 

Morman Enterprises Ltd. 

Morr-Cliff Construction Ltd. 

Morrin Thompson Ltd. 

Mount Garibaldi Enterprises (1978) Ltd. 
Mountain Meadow Investments Ltd. 
Mountain Valley Enterprises Ltd. 
Myriad Industries, Ltd. 

Mystic Holdings Ltd. 

N. V. Plumbing & Heating Ltd. 

N. Y. Ng Enterprises Ltd. 

N.H. Layfield & Associates Ltd. 
Nanaimo Gymnastic & Acrobatic 
School Ltd. 

Nandon Services Ltd. 

Napex Automotive Ltd. 

Nat-Shah Enterprise Inc. 

National Teller Training Institute Ltd. 
Navion Construction Ltd. 

Neault Holdings Ltd. 

Nebar Holdings Inc. 

Nechako Valley Industrial Park Inc. 
Neil Cuff Ltd. 

Neil R. Macdonald Engineering & Sup- 
ply Ltd. 

Nerak Holdings Ltd. 

New Squamish Supermarket Ltd. 

New Style Donuts Ltd. 

Newco Holdings Ltd. 

Niko Landscape Contractors Ltd. 
Nina’s Clothes Closet (1978) Inc. 
Norkorp Services Ltd. 

North American Barter Service Inc. 
North Okanagan Log Planers Ltd. 
North Pacific Presentation Ltd. 

North Shore Audio Services Ltd. 
North Shore Trailer Hitch Ltd. 

North Sky Holdings Ltd. 

North Star Lands Ltd. 

Northern Lights Entertainment Ltd. 
November Investments Ltd. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


172998 
174067 


172498 
174104 
173160 
173323 
174229 
171907 
172757 
171964 
173754 
172026 
172068 
173460 
172235 
172630 
172564 
172035 
173438 
172342 
173326 
173081 
174112 
173345 
171956 
172101 
172798 
173981 
174097 
173373 
171838 
171946 
172311 
172945 
171898 
172707 
172222 
171941 
172030 
174223 
172415 
gered 
173275 
172349 
172634 
171721 
173763 
173090 
174075 
174012 
174011 
172384 
173413 
172489 
172601 
173782 
173928 
174233 
173393 
172483 
172118 
173355 
172584 
171880 
172077 
173817 
174137 
173049 
173976 
172544 
172240 
172255 


172629 
173974 
173711 
172270 
173532 
173047 
172444 
173507 
173019 
174186 
171818 


Nu Mod Construction Ltd. 

Oak Bay Village Meats & Delicatessen 
Ltd. 

Ocean Acceptance Inc. 

Oceanic Distribution Ltd. 

October Holdings Ltd. 

October Ventures Ltd. 

Odyssey Productions Ltd. 
Okanagan Gems Ltd. 

Olympic Drywall Ltd. 

Open House Productions Ltd. 
Oracle Property Management Ltd. 
Oshiro’s Auction Ltd. 

Osoyoos Mobile Homes Ltd. 

P & Q Investors Alliance Corporation. 
P. M. Roofing Ltd. 

P.B.B. Management Ltd. 

P.C.M. Industries Ltd. 

P.J.’s Shear Delight Hairstylists Ltd. 
P.L.M. Enterprises Ltd. 

P.M.E. Enterprises Ltd. 

P.S. Knight Co. Ltd. 

Pacific Archrib Co. Ltd. 

Pacific Coast Holdings Ltd. 

Pacific Northwest Roadbuilders Ltd. 
Pak Moon Restaurant Ltd. 

Paladin Dental Laboratories Inc. 
Pamail Enterprise Ltd. 

Pamir Trading Corp. 

Parker Enterprises Ltd. 

Pat’s Creator’s Corner (Lansdowne) Ltd. 
Paul Kuzma Graphics Ltd. 

Paul’s Carbide Tools Ltd. 

Peacearch School Photography Inc. 
Pearson Holdings Ltd. 

Peralta Investment Corp. 

Perfect Pak Distributors Ltd. 

Perfect Porcelain Finish & Repair Ltd. 
Perma Color (Burnaby) Limited. 
Peterson Insurance Agency Ltd. 
Petersons Jewellers (1978) Ltd. 
Petley/Thompson & Associates Ltd. 
Petrasol Investments Ltd. 

Pharoah Developments Ltd. 

Phase Three Developments Inc. 
Phil-Van Traders International Ltd. 
Phoenix Petroleum Services Ltd. 
Phoenix Productions Ltd. 

Phoenix Steel Fabrications Ltd. 
Polson Place Pharmacy Ltd. 

Port Hardy Apartments Ltd. 

Port McNeill Apartments Ltd. 

Port McNeill Taxi Ltd. 

Portage Holdings Ltd. 

Powell River Forrest Products Ltd. 
Primus Pet Foods Limited. 

Prior Management Corporation. 

Pro Alert Systems Ltd. 

Pugh Enterprises Limited. 

Quadra Street Racquet Courts Ltd. 
Quality Oriental Imports Inc. 
Quickee Enterprises Ltd. 

Quickfall Holdings Ltd. 

Quinn's Jewellers (1978) Ltd. 
Quixotic Photography Ltd. 

R & K Enterprises Limited. 

R & K Services Ltd. 

& R Janitor Services Ltd. 

J Mallon Ltd. 

.C. & L. Enterprises Ltd. 

. I. Holdings Ltd. 

. P. Theatre Ltd. 

.D 

ings 
D 
E 


R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
in 


Ltd. 

R.D.S. Holdings Ltd. 
R.E.M. Enterprises Ltd. 
R.S.L. Holdings Ltd. 

R.W. McLeod Enterprises Ltd. 
R.W.A. Holdings Ltd. 
Racqueteers Court Sports Inc. 
Rafiki Enterprises Ltd. 
Railway Lumber Ltd. 

RDS Enterprise Ltd. 

Red Cedar Contracting Ltd. 
Reda Investments Ltd. 


Research & Development Hold- 


173131 
171890 
173935 
173446 
172530 
172894 
174204 
173385 
173990 
173246 
172547 
171737 
173194 
174249 
171680 
173093 
172829 
171951 
172180 
172827 
174241 
172874 
171785 
171722 
173558 
173799 
172088 
173947 
172942 
173761 
172263 
174103 
172065 
173017 
171891 
173680 
172685 
172019 
172570 
172668 
172486 
144066 
173574 
172970 
172371 
173961 
172628 
172686 
173287 
174222 
183061 
171806 


173136 
173871 
172184 
173282 
172332 
172313 
173960 
173572 
172807 
173295 
173209 
171957 
173402 
173271 
172276 
135489 
173200 
172221 
172265 
172316 
173427 
171927 
172653 
173993 
173147 
173132 
172944 
173897 
171961 
173839 
173249 


March 7, 1985 


Redman Signs Ltd. 

Redwood Roofing (1978) Ltd. 
Reglenn Automotive Ltd. 

Reimer Metalcraft Ltd. 

Rencher Management Control Ltd. 
Rennco General Contractors Ltd. 
Rhoda Explorations Inc. 

Rib-Eye Holdings Ltd. 

Ricardo’s Pizza Wagons Ltd. 
Richards Construction Ltd. 
Richmond Car Clean Corporation. 
Richmond Manufacturing Ltd. 
Rick Bates Construction Ltd. 

Rio Graphic Foto Studio Inc. 
Robann Credit Adjusters Ltd. 
Robart Electric Ltd. 

Robartco Industries Corp. 

Robea Const. Ltd. 

Robert & Mary Investments Ltd. 
Robert Landscaping Ltd. 

Roberts Floor Co. (Abbotsford) Ltd. 
Rockbottom Enterprises Ltd. 
Rod’s Burger & Sundae House Ltd. 
Rodier Mechanical Consultants Ltd. 
Rokit Enterprises Ltd. 

Romike Merchandising Ltd. 

Ron & Fran Enterprises Ltd. 

Ron Hartle Diving Inc. 

Rory’s Auto Towing Ltd. 

Rourke Enterprises Ltd. 

Roy Ron Enterprises Ltd. 

Royjan Holdings Ltd. 

Ruby Transfer Incorporated. 
Rumer’s Restaurants Ltd. 

Ruppert Enterprises Inc. 

Ruskin Controls Ltd. 

S & M Ventures Ltd. 

S. B. Shevkenek Enterprises Ltd. 
S.T.P.C. Enterprises Ltd. 

S.Yasin Investments Ltd. 

Saanich Skatewave Inc. 

Saffron Sales Ltd. 

Sag. Promotional Enterprises Ltd. 
Sakhon Trucking Ltd. 

Sam & William Investments Ltd. 
Sana Travel Limited. 

Sanford & Sons Auto Parts Ltd. 
Sanny B Holdings Ltd. 

Sasa Investments Ltd. 

Scandia Fishing Co. Ltd. 
Scarecrow Music Incorporated. 
Scarlatti, Forrest, Jackson & Associates 
Inc. 

Scott-Gervais Enterprises Ltd. 

Sea View Carpets Ltd. 

Sea-Air Enterprises Ltd. 

Sea-Sky Salmon Ltd. 

Seaboard Insulation Co. Ltd. 
Seacom Enterprises Inc. 

Seadance Charters Inc. 

Seaforth Printers Ltd. 

Sealander Boats Ltd. 

Seapac Lumber Corporation. 
Seashore Management Inc. 

Seiden Orchard Services Ltd. 
Seidi Holdings (1978) Ltd. 

Select Equipment Ltd. 

Selkirk Industries Ltd. 

Shane Enterprises Ltd. 

Sharon Card Optics West Van. Ltd. 
Shaughnessy Development Co. Ltd. 
Shellene Holdings Ltd. 

Sherwood Park Developments Inc. 
Shoal Harbour Logging Ltd. 

Shoji Management Inc. 

Shoppers’ Sub Stop Ltd. 

Shuswap Jade Fountain Ltd. 
Shuswap Superior Jade's Inc. 
Sinclair-Martin Fine Gifts Inc. 
Skookum Manufacturing Ltd. 
Skretting Enterprises Ltd. 
Skyward International Marketing Ltd. 
Smith & Company Realty Ltd. 
Smith Weisbeck & Associates, B.C. 
Ltd, 


March 7, 1985 


172123 Sofco Electric Ltd. 

172746 Soft Rock Coffee House Ltd. 

173616 Sondon Fishing Ltd. 

172130 Sooke Cash & Carry Feed Ltd. 

172038 Sooner Pacific Charters Ltd. 

172366 South Granville Fabrics & Draperies 
Ltd. 

173588 Sparwood Auto Parts Ltd. 

172029 Spectrum Agencies Inc. 

171876 Spectrum Paint, Decor and Waterproof- 
ing Ltd. 

172882 Speedy Pizza Ltd. 

172314 Squire Distributors Ltd, 

172571 Standfast Marine Limited. 

172217 Star-Lite Trucking Ltd. 

173013 Starving Artists Galleries Inc, 

173698 Stave Falls Auto Wrecking & Towing 
Ltd, 

174118 Steve Greenwood Electric Ltd. 

172893 Steve’s Cameras Ltd. 

173894 Steveston Ventures Inc. 

171725 Still Creek Distribution Ltd. 

171728 Stop Shop Systems (No. 5) Corporation. 

172767 Strike Lake Resources (B.C.) Ltd. 

171962 Strongbolt Construction Ltd. 

171681 Stuart Alexander Haircutting Schools 
Ltd. 

173095 Suifan’s International Drug Company 
Ltd. 

172805 Sultana Cedar Products Inc. 

173917 Sumas Pacific Fishing Co. Ltd. 

172470 Sun Rentals Ltd. 

173569 Sunburst Vinyl Tops Ltd. 

172920 Sunflower Realty Ltd. 

174258 Sunny Imports & Enterprises Ltd. 

174213 Sunset Color Photo Inc. 

172253 Sunshine Seafood Limited. 

172765 Sunsuede Industries Inc. 

173626 Super 8 Motels Inc. 

171691 Superior Electro Plating Ltd. 

173272 Surfside Enterprises Ltd. 

173025 Surrette’s Electrical Contracting Ltd. 

172462 Sustain Cosmetic Corporation. 

172771 Sword Fish Restaurants Ltd. 

172906 Sybaris Consultants Inc. 

174239 T & A Insulation Ltd. 

173068 T.F. Consultants Ltd. 

172856 T.F. Harris, Ltd. 

173713 T.G. Surkovic Ltd. 

172367 Taggart Enterprises Ltd. 

173641 Taishing Industries Canada Ltd. 

172785 Taiwan Boat Sales Ltd. 

172999 Takmar Enterprises Ltd. 

173602 Tallpine Contracting Ltd. 

172294 Tamway Enterprises Ltd. 

173388 Tara-Brandt Holding Ltd. 

171854 Tarn Holdings Ltd. 

171793 Taurus Charters Ltd. 

171734 Taurus Trading Company Limited. 

174071 Teletek Management Ltd. 

173222 Teletron Media Services Corp. 

173443 Tenn Motor Company Ltd. 

171901 Terman Enterprises Ltd. 

172057 Terra Estate & Design Ltd. 

173217 Territory Paving Co. Ltd. 

172697 The “‘Get’’ Set Enterprises Ltd. 

171779 The Dillon Research Group Ltd. 

174023 The Entertainers Show Production Com- 
pany Ltd. 

172139 The Great Collection Ltd. 

171857 The Highway Bakery Ltd. 

172300 The Kenneth Gordon Centre Limited. 

173257 The Locker Room Sportswear Ltd. 

172102 The Mail Box Stationery Inc. 

174210 The Natural Candy Corp. 

173943 The New Wave Salon Ltd. 

172337 The Old Drape Factory Ltd. 

171989 The Warfield Inn Restaurant Limited. 

172218 Thistle Insulation Inc. 

174116 Thor Kristensen Seafood Plus Inc. 

173701 Three Valley Contracting Ltd. 

172506 Thunderbird Propane Ltd. 

173676 Timberdawn Enterprises Ltd. 

173678 Timely Auto Sales Inc. 

172250 Toad River Investments Ltd. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


172249 
174191 
173854 
171958 
174048 
172354 
173800 
173801 
174128 
172331 
172472 
17344] 
173727 
172939 
173918 
173491 
173919 
1733352 
172878 
171733 


172429 
172554 
172532 
171950 
174226 
172108 
172288 
173710 
172087 
173719 
174202 
172526 
173996 
172009 
169346 


172538 
174261 
174262 
173926 
173366 
172210 
173233 
172018 
171824 
174158 
173818 
173211 
174050 
172228 
174063 
173105 
ALFAUG 
172817 
172537 
173251 
172338 
174101 
172592 
172148 
173472 


172207 
173374 
172808 
172523 
173003 
173954 
173642 
173318 
173571 
173307 
ViBiS2 
172327 
173699 
173273 
173430 
172206 


172565 
173480 
173760 
171979 
173267 


345 





Tom’s Place Co. Ltd 

Tony Nelson’s Hair Canada Ltd 
Tracker International Limited. 
Tradewell Export-Import Ltd. 

Tran Food Services Ltd. 

Treco Custom Finishings Ltd. 
Trev-Nik Transport Ltd. 

Tri-Sel Manufacturing & Sales Limited. 
Triangle Industries Ltd. 

Trilam Industries Ltd. 

Triple K Ventures Ltd. 

Triple Rate Construction Services Ltd. 
Trumark Holdings Limited. 
Tsawwassen Firs Ltd. 

Tseax Adventures Ltd. 

Tui Management Ltd. 

Turik Ventures Ltd. 

Turquoise Investments Ltd. 

Tweney Ventures Ltd. 

Twin Valley Automotive Supply (1978) 
Ltd. 

Two D Holdings Ltd. 

Twogords Enterprises Ltd. 

Tyler’s Records & Tapes Ltd. 

Tzoonie Industries Ltd. 

U. B. Travelwise Enterprises Ltd. 
U.0.G.S. Developments Ltd. 

U-Neek Ceramics Ltd. 

Ubiquity Indoor Plants Ltd. 

Ultra Clean Ltd. 

Unicorn Advertising Ltd. 

Unique Holdings Ltd. 

United Mail Order Services, Inc. 
Universal Franchise Brokers Inc. 
Universal Truck Parts & Equipment Ltd. 
University Way Coin Laundry & Dry- 
cleaning Ltd. 

Uscanada Industries Ltd. 

V & R Agencies Ltd. 

Van Den Bos Industries Ltd. 

Van Gilder Logging Ltd. 

Van-Rock Cartage Limited. 
Vancouver Tropical Plant Co. Ltd. 
Vancouver Ye Fair Co. Ltd. 

Vanport Fishery Co. Ltd. 

Vantage Sales Limited. 

Vantor Vacations International Inc. 
VBG Holdings Ltd. 

Verne Calwell Construction Ltd. 
Vernon Fabricana Ltd. 

Vic & Ron’s Enterprises Ltd. 

Vilgus Enterprises Ltd. 

Village Green Tennis Centre Ltd. 
Vintage Motors and Trading Co. Ltd. 
Virlou Sales & Service Ltd. 

Visions Beauty Supply Ltd. 

Vista View Optical Laboratory Ltd. 
Viti Holdings Ltd. 

VM Industrial Machine Service Ltd. 
Vogue Fashions Inc. 

W. H. Knights & Associates Ltd. 
Waldic Truck Parts & Industrial Supplies 
Ltd. 

Waljo Enterprises Ltd. 

Walter Cooke Trucking Ltd. 

Warspite Investigations Ltd. 

Warwick Industries Ltd. 

Watling Distributors of Canada, Ltd. 
Wayward “‘J” Trucking Ltd. 

Wesco Furniture Corporation. 

West Bay Hotel Ltd. 

West Coast Engineering (Lighting) Ltd. 
West End Games Room Ltd. 

West Serigraphics Ltd. 

Westcoast Greenhouse Services Inc. 
Western Monogram Sportswear Ltd. 
Western Snak Shak Franchises Ltd. 
Western Sulphur Ltd. 

Westgate Barbeque Parts and Service 
Ltd. 

Westmar Distributors Ltd. 

Westworld Media Merchants Corp. 
WFM Management Services Ltd. 
Wheatfield Donuts Ltd. 

Wheatnuts International Enterprises Inc. 





171998 Wheeling Easy Medical Supplies Ltd. 
172024 Whiplash Construction Ltd. 
173595 Wide Sky Publishing Company Ltd. 
172032 Wiens Enterprises Ltd. 
173795 Wil-Lee Holdings Ltd 
173788 Willendorf Holdings Ltd. 
174072 Willow Bend Holdings Inc. 
174159 Winco Distributors Inc. 
171982 Wind and Waves Manufacturing Ltd. 
172399 Wing Lee Yuen Inc, 
173551 Winkler Photo Finishing Ltd. 
172179 Woodlands West Realty Ltd. 
173114 Woodvale Electronics Ltd. 
172748 Woodwardia Ranch Ltd. 
172552 Woodyett Blacksmith Ltd. 
172917 World International Productions Inc. 
171833 X-Cell Product Sales Ltd. 
172626 Yan Bros. Investment Ltd. 
173207 Yardex Contracting Ltd. 
174276 Ye Olde College Inn Ltd. 
172517 Yellow Line Towing Ltd. 
173116 Yellowline Carrier Systems Consultants 
Inc. 
173124 You & Norway Publishing House Ltd. 
172699 Yurmey Holdings Ltd. 
172203 Zedmark Insurance Agencies Ltd. 
173888 Zenko Consultants Incorporated. 
173769 Zephyr Resources Ltd. 
172733 Zeus Tacoma Enterprises Ltd. 
171718 171,718 Holdings Ltd. 
173826 2001 Enterprises Ltd. 
174129 2004 Industries Ltd. 
174131 2008 Industries Ltd. 
172321 49 Creek Enterprises Ltd. 
173308 5555 Taxi (1978) Ltd. 
[{mh7 — 9976] 


DISSOLUTIONS 


I, M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar of 
Companies, hereby give notice that the fol- 
lowing companies were struck off the regis- 
ter and dissolved, pursuant to section 282 of 
the B.C. Company Act: 


February 25, 1985 
259493 The Bodyworks Dance & Fitness Studio 
Ltd. 
113018 Canarim Consultants Ltd. 
155151 Johnston Bulk Sales Ltd. 


February 26, 1985 


40385 Clifford Greig Ltd. 
61954 Imperial Motors Ltd. 


February 27, 1985 
276314 Central Utilities Ltd. 
41093 Downtowner Motel Ltd. 
153043 Erland Investments Ltd. 
241117 Lucas Fabricating Ltd. 
48613 R.A. Ewen Transfer Ltd. 


February 28, 1985 


102239 K. H. M. & H. Holdings Ltd. 
125255 Southern Earth Movers Ltd. 
125666 Western Earthco Ltd. 
{mh7 — 9976] 


INCORPORATIONS 


I, M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar of 
Companies, hereby give notice of the incor 
poration of the following companies and the 
address of their registered offices: 


February 14, 1985 
288541 Harbour Place Inc., 1401, 711 
Broughton Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6G 1Z8. 
February 18, 1985 


288624 Allmack Enterprises Ltd., 3290 Third 
Avenue, Port Alberni, B.C. V9Y 4E1. 
288654 Ashton/Page Sales Ltd., 725 Carnar- 


von Street (Box 320), New Westminster, B.C. 
V3L 4Y6. 


346 





288671 Beach House Tanning Studio Ltd., 
2030 Dublin Street, New Westminster, B.C. 
V3M 3A7. 

288641 Becton Estates Inc., 846 Broughton 
Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W IE4. 

288613 Biloo’s Construction & Investment 
Co. Ltd., 4162 Main Street, Vancouver, B.C. 
VSV 3P7. 

288623 Biogold Research Ltd., Box 49277, 
2684, 1055 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver, B.C. 
V7X 1L3. 

288636 C.F. Lee & Wong Investments Ltd., 
410, 1155 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. 
V6E 3H4. 

288651 Canadian Custom-Pak Foods Ltd., 
202, 422 Sixth Street, New Westminster, B.C. 
V3L 3B2. 

288609 Centre Developments Limited, 837 
Burdett Avenue (Box 961), Victoria, B.C. V8W 
284. 

288663 Dale Hann Contracting Ltd., 3773 
Third Street (Box 847), Smithers, B.C. VOJ 2NO. 

288669 Dolphin Square I] Apartments Ltd., 
2800, 650 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. 
V6B 4R7. 

288612 Dr. Gordon Kurio Inc., 101, 346 Law- 
rence Avenue, Kelowna, B.C. VIY 6L4. 

288614 Eaton Data Services Ltd., 1225 West 
73rd Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6P 6K9. 

288660 Emerald Springs Corporation, 972 
Habgood Street, White Rock, B.C. V4B 4W6. 

288648 Evans Industries Ltd., 200, 537 Leon 
Avenue, Kelowna, B.C. VIY 2A9. 

288634 F. V. Audio Inc., 838 Hodgson Place 
Mall, South Second Avenue, Williams Lake, 
B.C. V2G 3W3. 

288649 Fable Farms Ltd., Second Floor, 837 
Burdett Avenue, Victoria, B.C. V8W IB3. 

288667 G. Proud Enterprises Ltd., 22371 
Dewdney Trunk Road, Maple Ridge, B.C. V2X 
354. 


288677 Gallagher Charters Inc., 284 Main 
Street, Penticton, B.C. V2A SBS. 

288679 Happy King Restaurant Ltd., 301, 
124 East Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6A 
1; 

288622 Herakles Financial Corporation, 302, 
702 Fort Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 1H3. 

288643 J 1 Enterprises Inc., 2250 Parkcrest 
Avenue, Kamloops, B.C. V2B 4Y1. 

288640 J.J.F.M.D. Fishing Co. Ltd., 1655 
Elm Avenue, Comox, B.C. V9N 4W6. 

288608 Jinnah Enterprises Ltd., 1501, 4330 
Kingsway (Box 80359), Burnaby, B.C. V5H 
2A8. 

288638 Joint Productions Ltd., 207, 1245 
Nicola Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6G 2E7. 

288665 LRP Holdings Ltd., 402, 3701 East 
Hastings Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5C 2H6. 

288617 M.T.R. Holdings Ltd., 202, 5501 
Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C. VSH 2G3. 

288664 Magnum Transfer Inc. , 8569 — 188th 
Street, Surrey, B.C. V3S 5X7. 

288678 Manchester Management Ltd., 270, 
10711 Cambie Road, Richmond, B.C. V6X 3C9. 

288659 Mcall Blend Limited, 4980 Georgia 
Park Terrace, Victoria, B.C. V8Y 2B9. 

288661 Meadows Animal Playland Ltd., 
22311 — 119th Avenue, Maple Ridge, B.C. V2X 
Wiles 

288658 Micshan Holdings Co. Ltd., 5, 3046 
Edgemont Boulevard, North Vancouver, B.C. 
V7R 2N4. 

288652 Nadcon Enterprises Ltd., 100, 1827 
West Fifth Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6J IPS. 

288632 North Enderby Timber Ltd., 3104 — 
32nd Avenue, Vernon, B.C. VIT 2M1. 

288644 P.B.S. Medicom Limited, 135 New- 
castle Avenue, Nanaimo, B.C. V9S 4H7. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


288662 Pacific Reef Oyster Co. Ltd., 201, 
467 Cumberland Road, Courtenay, B.C. V9N 
205; 

288615 Pacific Rim Diesel Sales Ltd., 2000, 
700 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V7Y 
1A8. 

288645 Payless Tire Ltd., 201, 895 Fort 
Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 1H7. 

288653 Prado Hospitality Ltd., 200, 133 West 
17th Street, North Vancouver, B.C. V7M 1VS. 

288666 R. Harry Fishing Ltd., 14414 North 
Island Highway, Campbell River, B.C. VOW 
2E4. 

288630 R. J. Henderson Holdings Ltd., 465 
North Dollarton Highway, North Vancouver, 
B.C. V7G 1M9. 

288610 Richard Swanson Holdings Ltd., 
1300, 999 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C. 
V6C 2WS. 

288655 Robert Drury Investments Ltd., 1825, 
555 Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C. V7X 1J8. 

288668 Rosie Holdings Ltd., Second Floor, 
960 Howe Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 1N9. 

288625 S.M.C. Contractors Ltd., 207, 1039 
Richards Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3E4. 

288616 Silk FM Broadcasting Ltd., 301, 
1475 Ellis Street, Kelowna, B.C. VIY 2A3. 

288650 South Thompson Motors Ltd., 400, 
153 Seymour Street, Kamloops, B.C. V2C 2C7. 

288635 Sun Country Cycle Ltd., 3104 — 
32nd Avenue, Vernon, B.C. VIT 2M1. 

288656 Surrey Closet Shop Inc., 800, 1070 
Douglas Street (Box 997), Victoria, B.C. V8W 
288. 

288670 T.L.S. Tax-Line Services Inc., 901, 
470 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 1VS. 

288626 Tayth Holdings Ltd., 1680, 505 Bur- 
rard Street, Vancouver, B.C. V7X 1C9. 

288611 Trantech Engineering Limited, 1100, 
750 West Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 
2T8. 

288633 Triple C Maintenance Inc., 13293 — 
71 B Avenue, Surrey, B.C. V3W 7ZS. 

288637 W.H. Morton & Associates Inc., 
2610, 1055 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, 
B.C. V6E 3P3. 

288647 Western Resource Technologies Inc., 
720, 999 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C. 
V6C 2W2. 

288642 Your Local Business Phone Book 
Ltd., 1410, 409 Granville Street, Vancouver, 
Bie. V6G-1T2; 

288639 2029 Investments Ltd., 901, 470 
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 1V5S. 

288620 2030 Investments Ltd., 901, 470 
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 1V5. 

288621 2031 Investments Ltd., 901, 470 
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 1V5. 

288657 2032 Investments Ltd., 901, 470 
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 1V5. 

288618 2033 Investments Ltd., 901, 470 
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 1VS. 

288619 2034 Investments Ltd., 901, 470 
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 1V5. 

288627 288627 B.C. Ltd., 225 Smithe Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4X7. 

288628 288628 B.C. Ltd., 1100, 750 West 
Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 2T8. 

288629 288629 B.C. Ltd., 1100, 750 West 
Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 2TS8. 

288646 288646 B.C. Ltd., 314, 9600 Cam- 
eron Avenue, Burnaby, B.C, V3J 7N3. 

288672 288672 B.C. Ltd., Box 49052, 30th 
Floor, Bentall Centre, 595 Burrard Street, Van- 
couver, B.C. V7X IR3. 

288673 288673 B.C. Ltd., Box 49052, 30th 
Floor, Bentall Centre, 595 Burrard Street, Van- 
couver, B.C. V7X IR3. 


March 7, 1985 


288674 288674 B.C. Ltd., Box 49052, 30th 
Floor, Bentall Centre, 595 Burrard Street, Van- 
couver, B.C. V7X 1R3. 

288675 288675 B.C. Ltd., Box 49052, 30th 
Floor, Bentall Centre, 595 Burrard Street, Van- 
couver, B.C. V7X IR3. 

288676 288676 B.C. Ltd., Box 49052, 30th 
Floor, Bentall Centre, 595 Burrard Street, Van- 
couver, B.C. V7X 1R3. 

288680 288680 B.C. Limited, 2020, 650 
West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4N7. 

288681 288681 B.C. Ltd., 2800, 650 West 
Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4R7. 


February 19, 1985 


288721 A C Avionics Canada Ltd., 12101 
Fletcher Street, Maple Ridge, B.C. V2X 6L1. 

288694 A.J. Rep Enterprises Ltd., 2727 West 
20th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6L 1H1. 

288699 Adstar Properties Limited, 606 Jack- 
son Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6K 3B9. 

288706 Awin Promotions Ltd., 155 Oak Ave- 
nue, Kaleden, B.C. VOH IKO. 

288705 Bayside School of Floral Design Ltd., 
1201, 4330 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C. VSH 4G7. 

288700 Bo-Rich Holdings Ltd., 1031 Van- 
couver Street, Victoria, B.C. V8V 4T6. 

288722 Chez Des Amis Host Homes Ltd., 
6450 Arbroath Street, Burnaby, B.C. VSE 1C4. 

288693 Coast Legal Resources Ltd., 8361 
Cartier Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6P 4T7. 

288713 Columbia Gifts and Novelty Smoke 
Shop Ltd., 705 Columbia Street, New West- 
minster, B.C. V3M 1B1. 

288687 Crystal Ventures Ltd., 14414 North 
Island Highway, Campbell River, B.C. VOW 
2E4. 

288697 Den Holdings Ltd., Box 10339, 
Pacific Centre, 1000, 609 Granville Street, Van- 
couver, B.C. V7Y 1G5. 

288689 Denco Engineering Corporation, 890, 
777 Hornby Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 1S4. 

288703 Direct Imports Ltd., 7012 Marguerite 
Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6P 5G3. 

288718 Doricich Holdings Ltd., 364 East 
Esplanade, North Vancouver, B.C. V7L 1A4. 

288686 Douglas Channel Resources Ltd., 
302, 2695 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. 
V6H 3H4. 

288701 F & J Marketing Inc., 3917 Persim- 
mon Drive, Victoria, B.C. V8P 3R8. 

288720 Fine Signs Specialty Advertising Inc. , 
C, 830 Cliffe Avenue, Courtenay, B.C. V9N 2J7. 

288683 Graff's Contracting Ltd., 147 Park 
Road (Box 2130, Station R), Kelowna, B.C. 
VIX 4KS. 

288717 Henrude Holdings Ltd., 401, 796 
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 1G9. 

288692 Ironwood Marketing Inc., 301, 796 
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 1J8. 

288711 L’Alpenstock International Limitee, 
Box 49130, 2800, 595 Burrard Street, Vancou- 
ver, B.C. V7X 1J5. 

288696 Mejo Foods Ltd., 1712 Scarborough 
Crescent, Port Coquitlam, B.C. V3C 2R1. 

288719 Meropé Institut Lteé, Box 10026, 
26th Floor, Toronto-Dominion Bank Tower, 700 
West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V7Y 1B3. 

288726 Nascal Bay Holdings Ltd., 1195 
Cowrie Street (Box 1767), Sechelt, B.C. VON 
3A0. 

288708 North Sixty Productions Ltd., Box 
10026, 26th Floor, Toronto-Dominion Bank 
Tower, 700 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. 
Vii TBS, 

288727 Northern Underwater Contractors 
Ltd., 3, 4623 Park Avenue, Terrace, B.C. V8G 
1V5. 

288715 Punzo Enterprises (1985) Ltd., 1628 
West Seventh Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6) 18S. 


March 7, 1985 


288723 Realtime Marketing Inc., Box 10339, 
Pacific Centre, 1000, 609 Granville Street, Van- 
couver, B.C. V7Y IGS. 

288698 Ronella Foods Ltd., 2, 271 Ingram 
Street, Duncan, B.C. V9L IP3. 

288691 Scandia Waste Systems Inc. , 600, 885 
Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C_ INS. 

288725 Scindia Investments Corp., 4531 
Earles Street, Vancouver, B.C. V5R 3R1. 

288724 Seehy Investments, Inc., 5288 
Ranger Avenue, North Vancouver, B.C. V7R 
3M6. 

288702 Starrak Equine Services Ltd., Third 
Floor, 717 West Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C. 
V6C 1G9. 

288707 Stearman Electronic Locking Sys- 
tems Ltd., 1500, 510 West Hastings Street, Van- 
couver, B.C. V6B 1M6. 

288685 Talent House Music (1985) Ltd., 819 
Third Street West (Box 2517), Revelstoke, B.C. 
VOE 2S0. 

288684 The Green Machine Fruit & Vegetable 
Company Limited, 101, 3995 Quadra Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8X 1J8. 

288682 Tojun Restaurant Ltd., 139 — 10th 
Avenue North (Box 1429), Creston, B.C. VOB 
1GO. 

288710 Trend Feed Inc., Box 12539, 1440, 
1066 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E 
3X1. 

288695 Universal Recording Inc., 2190 West 
12th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6K 2N2. 

288690 Vancouver Motorhomes Ltd., 10700 
Cambie Road, Richmond, B.C. V6X IK8. 

288714 Whatsamacallits Food & Fun Ltd., 
1300, 1090 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, 
B.C. V6E 3X9. 

288716 Wyn-Kenny Holdings Ltd., 414 West 
Island Highway, Parksville, B.C. VOR 2S0. 

288704 Yates Communications Inc., 212 
Fifth Avenue East, Prince Rupert, B.C. V8J 1R7. 

288688 288688 British Columbia Ltd., 1115 
Blanshard Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 2H7. 

288709 288709 B.C. Ltd., 948 Howe Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 1N9. 

288712 7374 Enterprises Inc., c/o Bryan 
Fiedler, Site 150, RR 1, Point Holmes, 664 Hut- 
ton Road, Comox, B.C. V9N 5N1. 


February 20, 1985 

288740 Affordable Heatmasters Limited, 
5191 Elsom Avenue, Burnaby, B.C. VSG 3J9. 

288773 Air-Tech Aero Engine and Services 
Ltd., Hangar D, Boundary Bay Hangar, Bound- 
ary Bay Airport, Delta, B.C. V4K 3N2. 

288731 Andronic Technologies Inc., 2800 
Park Place, 666 Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C. 
V6C 2Z7. 

288763 Apex Computer Systems Ltd., 2929 
Turner Street, Vancouver, B.C. VSK 2G8. 

288774 B.A.B. Enterprises Ltd., 1,525 Law- 
rence Avenue, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 6L8. 

288767 Benrae Ventures Ltd., 30 Front Street 
(Box 189), Nanaimo, B.C. V9R S5K9. 

288759 Birkeland Holdings Inc., 302, 566 
Lougheed Highway, Coquitlam, B.C. V3K 3S3. 

288734 Brattan Enterprises Ltd., 84 Warwick 
Street, Coquitlam, B.C. V3K 5L4. 

288754 Charybdis Enterprises Inc., 15th 
Floor, 1500 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, 
B.C. V6G 2Z6. 

288732 Cutler & Associates Consulting Ltd., 
846 West 14th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V5Z 
IRI. 

288745 DEM 1002 Holdings Ltd., 22328 
McIntosh Avenue, Maple Ridge, B.C. V2X 3C1. 

288746 DEM 1003 Holdings Ltd., 22328 
McIntosh Avenue, Maple Ridge, B.C. V2X 3C1. 

288764 Duratech Marketing Inc., 375, 885 
Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C INS. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


347 





288741 Frolek Electro Plating Ltd., 400, 153 
Seymour Street, Kamloops, B.C, V2C 2C7 

288744 Grassland Acres Inc., 240, 444 Vic- 
toria Street, Prince George, B.C. V2L 2J7. 

288761 H. & K. Construction Ltd., 202, 
20558 Fraser Highway, Langley, B.C. V3A 402. 

288738 Hamilton Projects Ltd., 900, 777 
Hornby Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 1S4. 

288743 Integer Data Products Ltd., 1290 
Homer Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 2Y5. 

288733 J.B. & D. Enterprises Ltd., 2800, 650 
West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4R7. 

288757 John Titley Logging Ltd., 3, 375 Reid 
Street, Quesnel, B.C. V2J 2MS. 

288770 Let’s Pretend Clothes Ltd., 671) 
Market Hill Road, False Creek, Vancouver, B.C. 
V5Z 4B5. 

288752 Lin-Del Enterprises Ltd., 10th Floor, 
299 Victoria Street, Prince George, B.C. V2L 
SBB. 

288729 M.M.S. Consultants Ltd., 10731 
Fundy Drive, Richmond, B.C. V7E S5K6. 

288769 Marc’s Moving Ltd., 10th Floor, 595 
Homer Street, Vancouver, B.C, V6C 2TS. 

288775 N. M. Telemed Services Ltd., 4550 
East Hastings Street, North Burnaby, B.C. VSC 
2K4. 

288765 North Lake Investments Ltd., 202, 
1326 Wharf Avenue, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0. 

288747 North West Promotions Ltd., 146838 
— 108th Avenue, Surrey, B.C. V3R 1V9. 

288766 Olympic Contracting Ltd., 3931 
Olympic View Drive, Victoria, B.C. V8W 2L9. 

288755 Peace Pax Production Ltd., 7960 
Hunter Street, Burnaby, B.C. VSA 2B9. 

288730 Python Automotive Ltd., 213, 1777 
Frances Street, Vancouver, B.C. VSL 4Y6. 

288728 R.B. Thomas & Associates Ltd. , 337 
East 27th Street, North Vancouver, B.C. V7N 
1B9. 

288753 Royal Oak Meats (Victoria) Ltd., 
4442 West Saanich Road, Victoria, B.C. V8Z 
3E9. 

288737 Share n’ Kare Enterprises Ltd., 1, 166 
East Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6A IT3. 

288736 Stamford Properties Ltd., 1090, 1500 
West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6G 2Z6. 

288739 Starlec Enterprises Co. Ltd., 601, 609 
Gore Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6A 2Z8. 

288742 Sun Valley Developments Ltd., 100, 
166 Main Street, Penticton, B.C. V2A 5A4. 

288735 Sunset Park Estates Ltd., 121 
McPhillips Avenue (Box 430), Ganges, B.C. 
VOS 1E0. 

288758 The Missing Link Design Group Inc., 
885 West 63rd Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6P 
2H3. 

288762 Victoria Plywood Company (1985) 
Ltd., 200, 1175 Douglas Street (Box 847), Vic- 
toria, B.C. V8W 2R9. 

288756 W.G.K. Transportation Ltd., 101, 
346 Lawrence Avenue, Kelowna, B.C. VIY 
6L4. 

288750 Westcott Sales Ltd., 201, 585 — 16th 
Street, West Vancouver, B.C. V7V 3R8. 

288748 Western Canada Postcard Dis- 
tributors, Inc., 202, 4676 Main Street, Vancou- 
ver, B.C. V5V 3R7. 

288760 Yau Yoon Enterprises Inc., 205, 475 
Main Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6A 2T7. 

288768 Zeviar Holdings Ltd., 2709 Quadra 
Street, Victoria, B.C. V8T 4E5S. 

288771 288711 B.C. Ltd., 206, 131 Water 
Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4M3. 

288772 288772 B.C. Ltd., 609, 890 West 
Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 1K4. 

288751 5678 Kootenay Sunset Holdings Co. 
Ltd., 3, 373 Baker Street, Nelson, B.C. VIL 
4H6. 


288749 63180 Manufacturing Corp., 5670 
Yew Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6M 3Y3. 

288804 Aqua Tech Industries Ltd. , 2683 Tan- 
ner Road, Victoria, B.C. V8Y 2P6. 

288780 Arix Securities Corporation, 2610, 
1055 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E 
3P3, 

288793 Brilaur Development Corp., The 
Lakeview, Highway 3A, Gray Creek, B.C. VOB 
1SO. 

288812 C.S.I. Engineering Consultants Ltd., 
1200, 1055 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, 
B.C, V6E 3P3. 

288798 Canada Gadgets & Widgets Inc., 301, 
1475 Ellis Street, Kelowna, B.C. VIY 2A3. 

288781 Cardin Mechanical Maintenance & 
Contracting Ltd., 203, 31943 South Fraser Way, 
Clearbrook, B.C. V2T 1V5. 

288779 Citizen Discount Collision Ltd., 223 
Main Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6A 2S7. 

288783 Comox Radio-T.V. Ltd., 201, 467 
Cumberland Road, Courtenay, B.C. VIN 2CS. 

288816 D.J. McLean Holdings Ltd., 121] 
Bidwell Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6G 2K7. 

288795 Don Konantz Enterprises Ltd., 105 
West Broadway, Vancouver, B.C. VSY 1P4. 

288796 E.G. Heating Ltd., 2166 Opal Street, 
Clearbrook, B.C. V2T 3TS. 

288805 F. H. Pyde Inc., 117 Third Street, 
Prince Rupert, B.C. V8J 4C4. 

288803 Ferret Industries Ltd., 209, 703 
Broughton Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 1E2. 

288817 G&H Steel Detailing Ltd. , 205, 1037 
Ridgeway Avenue, Coquitlam, B.C. V3J 1S6. 

288786 Garvan Holdings Limited, 200, 1175 
Douglas Street (Box 847), Victoria, B.C. V8W 
2R9. 

288790 Giesbrecht Grocers Ltd., 1300, 1090 
West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3X9. 

288782 Kerpoint Enterprises Ltd., Box 1770, 
Second Floor, 7040 Market Street, Port Hardy, 
B.C. VON 2P0. 

288789 LD103 Holdings Ltd. , 200, 700 West 
Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V7Y 1A8. 

288801 Lodestar Technologies Inc., 302, 702 
Fort Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 1H3. 

288792 Nanaimo Realty (Central) Ltd., 17 
Church Street, Nanaimo, B.C. V9R SL8. 

288784 Nautechs International Ltd., 315 Ross 
Street (Box 910), Salmon Arm, B.C. VOE 2T0. 

288815 No. 187 Dynamic Endeavours Inc., 
Box 11130, 3000 Royal Centre, 1055 West 
Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3R3. 

288814 No. 188 Dynamic Endeavours Inc., 
Box 11130, 3000 Royal Centre, 1055 West 
Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3R3. 

288806 Nu-Media Systems (B.C.) Ltd., 
2910, 700 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. 
V7Y 1B6. 

288813 P.G. Bread Spread Ltd., 361 Victoria 
Street, Prince George, B.C. V2L 2J6. 

288807 P.L.T. Properties Ltd., 1, 166 East 
Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6A 1T3. 

288819 PJL Construction Limited, 394 
Campbell Street, Duncan, B.C. V9L 3J1. 

288778 Quadra Smolt Farms Ltd., Lot 4, 
Francisco Road (Box 121), Quathiaski Cove, 
B.C. VOP INO. 

288800 R.M.C. Research Management Cor- 
poration, 302, 702 Fort Street, Victoria, B.C. 
V8W 1H3. 

288785 Rakel Enterprises Ltd., 103, 133 
on 15th Street, North Vancouver, B.C. V7M 
IR8. 

288810 Terkam Enterprises Ltd., 500, 999 
West Broadway, Vancouver, B.C. V5Z IKS5. 

288820 The Source Publications Inc., 203, 
20212 Fraser Highway, Langley, B.C. V3A 4E6. 

288797 Thumper Foods Ltd., 170 Craig 
Street, Duncan, B.C. V9L 1W1. 


348 


288799 Westland Farms Ltd., 9259 Main 
Street (Box 390), Chilliwack, B.C. V2P 6K2. 

288808 Wilmar Industries Ltd., 400, 713 Co- 
lumbia Street, New Westminster, B.C. V3M 
1B2. 

288809 Xpert Mechanical (1985) Ltd., 4, 
1557 West Broadway, Vancouver, B.C. V6K 
1M7. 

288818 Y.P.R. Scaling & Grading Ltd., 330 
Second Avenue West (Box 188), Prince Rupert, 
B.C. V8J 3P7. 

288777 Young & Son Wholesale Distributor 
Ltd., 187 Helmcken Road, Victoria, B.C. V9B 
1S2. 

288787 288787 B. C. Ltd., 303, 2695 Gran- 
ville Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6H 3H4. 

288788 288788 B.C. Ltd., 2000, 700 West 
Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V7Y 1A8. 

288791 288791 B.C. Ltd., 502, 17 Church 
Street (Box 10), Nanaimo, B.C. V9R S5K4. 

288794 288794 B.C. Ltd., 301, 1664 Richter 
Street, Kelowna, B.C. VIY 8N3. 

288811 288811 B.C. Ltd., 147 Park Road 
(Box 2130, Station R), Kelowna, B.C. VIX 4KS. 


February 22, 1985 


288821 AHR Investments Inc., 1, 741 Second 
Avenue West, Prince Rupert, B.C. V8J 1H4. 

288823 B & D Brody General Contractors 
Inc., Box 10137, 1450, 701 West Georgia Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. V7Y 1C6. 

288833 Boothe Executive Corporation, 2260, 
700 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V7Y 
1A9. 

288841 British Columbia Blind Co. Ltd., 67 
East Fifth Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. VST 1G7. 

288822 Cadboro Concepts Limited, 25 Bas- 
tion Square, Victoria, B.C. V8W 2N2. 

288835 Canadian Heating Products Inc., 420, 
604 Columbia Street (Box 10), New Westminster, 
B.C. V3L 4x9. 

288828 Dr. Gale D. Rocky and Dr. Brian N. 
Rocky Inc., Box 11130, 3000 Royal Centre, 
1055 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E 
3R3. 


288824 E. T. J. Enterprises Ltd., 300, 131 
Water Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4M3. 
288842 Genuine Oak Products Inc., 3032 
Pandosy Street, Kelowna, B.C. VIY 1W2. 
288838 Guadanolo & Ross Ltd., 209, 225 
Canada Avenue, Duncan, B.C. V9L 3Y1. 
288846 Homer Enterprises Inc., 201, 895 
Fort Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 1H7. 
288845 Imflex Enterprises Ltd., 3277 Main 
Street, Rear, Vancouver, B.C. VSV 3M6. 
288831 Lone Star Ventures Ltd., 901, 299 
Victoria Street. Prince George, B.C. V2L 5B8. 
288836 No. 186 Dynamic Endeavours Inc., 
Box 11130, 3000 Royal Centre, 1055 West 
Georgia Street Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3R3. 
288827 Northwest Propane (1985) Ltd. Box 
49190, 1600, 595 Burrard Street, Vancouver, 
B.C. V7X 1K9. 
288834 Nu-Life Computers Ltd., 2260, 700 
West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V7Y 1A9. 
288840 Nu-Life Holdings Ltd., 2260, 700 
West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V7Y 1A9. 
288825 Oakwood Capital Corporation, 901, 
470 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C IVS. 
288832 Offshore International Funding Group 
Ltd. , 2260, 700 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, 
B.C. V7Y 1A9. 
288839 RBB Consignment Garage Sale Ltd., 
6466 Victoria Drive, Vancouver, B.C. VSP 3X7. 
288837 S & S Helicopter Dispatching Ltd., 
13087 Coulthard Road, Surrey, B.C. V3W 1B2. 
288830 Talens Energy Systems Ltd., 107, 
8475 Ontario Street, Vancouver, B.C. V5X 3E8. 
288847 The Jelms Motels Ltd., 122 Station 
Street, Duncan, B.C. V9L 3Y2. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


288844 Vancouver Sporting Goods (1985) 
Ltd., 18 East Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C. 
V6A ITI. 

288826 288826 B.C. Limited, Third Floor, 
Burnes House, 26 Bastion Square, Victoria, B.C. 
V8W 1H9. 

288829 288829 British Columbia Ltd., 1211 
Bidwell Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6G 2K7. 

288843 288843 B.C. Ltd., 1573 Ellis Street, 
Kelowna, B.C. VIY 2A7. [mh7 — 9967] 





INTENT TO CANCEL REGISTRATION 


I, M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar of 
Companies, hereby give notice that, pur- 
suant to section 281 of the B.C. Company 
Act, the under-mentioned extraprovincial 
company may, at the expiration of one 
month from the date of publication of this 
notice, unless cause is shown to the con- 
trary, be struck off the register and there- 
upon the registration will be cancelled: 


March 7, 1985 


A-15960 Denwel Development Corporation Ltd. 
{mh7 — 9975] 





INTENT TO DISSOLVE 


I, M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar of 
Companies, hereby give notice that, pur- 
suant to section 281 of the B.C. Company 
Act, each of the under-mentioned com- 
panies may, at the expiration of one month 
from the date of publication of this notice, 
unless cause is shown to the contrary, be 
struck off the register and thereupon they 
will be dissolved: 


March 7, 1985 


192989 A & Y Enterprises Ltd. 

193116 A - Z Building & Carpet Care Ltd. 

192153 AS K Products Ltd. 

191271 A. S. Decorboard Fabricators Ltd. 

192627 A. V. Shake & Shingle Ltd. 

192210 A.B.H. Enterprises Ltd. 

193207 A.I.M. Contracting Ltd. 

191368 A.T.P. Industries Ltd. 

192152 A-1 Garden Services Ltd. 

192233 A-1 International Tool Co. Ltd. 

191632 Abaco Financial Management Ltd. 

192115 ABC Recreational Equipment Ltd. 

192948 Abrican Holdings Ltd. 

192048 Acco-Reynolds Business Equipment 
Ltd. 

191511 ACL Management Corporation. 

159573 Adanac Aircraft & Sea Salvage Ltd. 

192866 Adrem Information Systems Limited. 

193530 Advanced Camera and Instruments 
Services Inc. 

193376 Advantronic Security Corporation. 

191516 Aerochek (Edmonton) Marketing Ltd. 

191451 Aerochek (Richmond) Marketing Ltd. 

193516 AHO Enterprises Inc. 

191468 AIDS/S - Associates in Decision Sci- 
ences/Systems Ltd. 

190572 Akbar Enterprises Ltd. 

191359 Al. Phillips — Enterprises Ltd. 

192003 Al’s Automotive (1979) Ltd. 

193031 Albar Investments Ltd. 

192796 Ali Plumbing Ltd. 

193699 All Purpose Builders Ltd. 

193110 All Seasons Home Comfort Inc. 

191834 Allgo Investments Ltd. 

191807 Alpha Employment Services Ltd. 

191064 Alpi Motors Ltd. 

191498 Alpoint Diesel Ltd. 

192348 Alside Building Materials Ltd. 

191446 Alston Construction Ltd. 

192705 Alter Management Ltd. 

193593 Alwend Industries Ltd. 

192015 Ambrosia Produce Ltd. 

193596 Anchikoski Logging Ltd. 


193627 
192670 


193429 
193032 
193079 
193203 
162587 
191514 
192979 
191471 
193576 
192040 
193168 
191684 
191348 
192284 
192195 
193204 
191055 
193617 
193244 
191679 
192797 
191350 
193501 
191996 
192964 
191280 
191889 
192292 
191131 
193583 
191479 
192068 
188835 
192150 
191463 
192685 
193034 
191497 
193495 
130866 
193687 
193327 
192134 
192809 
191281 
193061 
191555 


192161 
192237 
192833 
193722 
192405 


191180 
191841 
193500 
192617 
191312 
191939 
192018 
193640 
192043 
191557 
191449 
193078 
193455 
192763 
193508 
192197 
192672 
193303 
192211 
191569 
192681 
191116 
193601 
189704 
193474 
193059 
19324] 
192567 


March 7, 1985 


Anderson Ventures Incorporated. 
Annacis Industrial Janitorial Service 
Ltd. 

Ansel Construction (1979) Ltd. 
Antiquity Imports Inc. 

Anubis Hill Ltd. 

Apache Jeans Ltd. 

April Industries Ltd. 

Aquair Systems Ltd. 

Aquatair Holdings Ltd. 

Aragron Holdings Ltd. 

Arbay Developments Limited. 
Arcon Building Corporation. 

Arlyn Development Corporation. 
Asaoka Enterprise Limited. 

Astro Projects Ltd. 

Astro Technics Ltd. 

ATJ Stone Co. Ltd. 

Atlantic Mast and Rigging Co. Ltd. 
Augustan Holdings Ltd. 

Aura Services Ltd. 

Aurora Cleaning Services Ltd. 

Avon Management Ltd. 

Axis Signs & Ventures Inc. 

Azcan Developments Inc. 

B & H Entertainment Co. Ltd. 

B T Tesla Electronics Ltd. 

B. A. Eve Trucking Ltd. 

B. H. & L. Enterprises Ltd. 

B. K. Browne & Sons Ltd. 

B. Reyat Trucking Company Limited. 
B.J. Games & Service Ltd. 

B.K.G. Investments Ltd. 

B.N.R. Holdings Ltd. 

B.T.R. Enterprises Ltd. 

Babbit Bearing Boss Ltd. 

Ballantyne & Morris Construction Ltd. 
Ballarat Placers Ltd. 

Bamboo Palace Restaurant Ltd. 
Banksisle Resources Limited (N.P.L.) 
Bannerman Construction (1979) Ltd. 
Bar-Bell Enterprises Ltd. 

Bargate Enterprises Ltd. 

Base Camp Products Ltd. 

Bath, Gushue & Long Consultants Ltd. 
Bavarian Lodge Motel Ltd. 

Bayside Squash Centre Inc. 
Beach-Colmer Marine Services Ltd. 
Bedford Properties Ltd. 

Belgrave & Sons Refrigeration Service 
Canada Ltd. 

Ben Wilson Installations Ltd. 
Beninger Ventures Ltd. 

Bernard Shaw Limited. 

Bestway T.V. Ltd. 

Betty’s Better Rug Shampooing and Car- 
pet Cleaning Ltd. 

Bezalel Investments Ltd. 

Big Event Enterprises Ltd. 

Bill Reid Book Co. Ltd. 

Bill’s No Frills Take-Out Ltd. 
Billy-Jean’s Enterprises Ltd. 

Biniaris Place Ltd. 

Birch Tree Services Ltd. 

Bizarre Holdings Ltd. 

Blake Enterprises Ltd. 

Blaser & Lowe Contracting Ltd. 
Blick Holdings Ltd. 

Bloomfield, Yule & Associates Ltd. 
Blue Pacific Rubber Stamp Co. Ltd. 
Bluebell Trucking Ltd. 

Bob Jennings Insurance Agency Ltd. 
Bobby Enterprises Ltd. 

Bonacore Developments Ltd. 
Boo-Boo Bear Logging Ltd. 

Bowles Contracting Ltd. 

Bradmar Construction Ltd. 

Brandy Construction Ltd. 

Brandy Investments Ltd. 

Breadner, Graves & Associates Ltd. 
Brett’s Hair Affair Ltd. 

Brian Ranica Davies Enterprises Ltd. 
Brody Developments Ltd. 

Brolius Enterprises Limited. 

Bruce & Wayne Construction Ltd. 


March 7, 1985 


192777 
192902 
192298 
192293 
159636 
192302 
191873 
191051 
191496 
159280 
161991 
193524 
193309 
191155 
193747 
191421 


191657 
193002 
191605 
192496 
191916 
193700 
191252 
191097 
191322 
191806 
192620 
193337 
192653 


191501 
193357 
192789 
192472 


191231 
192635 
191126 
191396 
192949 
191659 
192251 
193123 
191484 
192507 


192090 
191130 
193300 


191120 
192425 
191259 
193315 
192531 
192404 
192756 
192716 
193452 
191982 
191688 
193445 
193826 


193249 
191940 
191892 
191418 
193058 
193663 
191248 


193604 
192285 
192485 
193255 
156848 
191561 
192832 
192453 
191518 
193367 
193454 
193489 


Bruce M. Bingham Enterprises Ltd. 
Buffer Industries Ltd. 

Bullwinkle Glass Works Ltd. 
Burkholder Construction Ltd. 
Burnaby Mountain Auto Body Ltd. 
Burrard Refrigeration Canada Ltd. 
Burton Investments Ltd. 

Butler Consultants Ltd. 

Buxton Leasing Limited. 
BWAGCO Investments Ltd. 

BWM Ventures Ltd. 

C & C Chandelier Selection Ltd. 

C & R Saw Repairs Ltd. 

C. W. Gough & Associates (1979) Ltd. 
C.A.P. Construction Ltd. 

C.C.E, Controlled Computer Environ- 
ments Ltd. 

C.D.H. Holdings Ltd. 

C.R. Bos Enterprises Inc. 
C.S.G.K. Investments Ltd. 

C.W. Krause Enterprises Ltd. 
C-Jade Fish Ltd. 

Caber Holdings Ltd. 

Cadboro Bay Meats Ltd. 

Caddo Resources Inc. 

Cajun Construction Company Ltd. 
Cal-Can Enterprises Ltd. 

Caleb Communications Ltd. 
Call-Action Realty (1979) Ltd. 
Calyn Manufacturing Company Lim- 
ited. 

Campo Construction Ltd. 

Can Drive Ltd. 

Can-West National Cooperage Inc. 
Canadian Mid-East Investment & Mar- 
keting Services Ltd. 

Canam Leasing Corporation. 
Canatam Mining Ltd. 

Carfurs Investments Ltd. 

Carita Holdings Ltd. 

Carrene Logging Ltd. 

Cashway Supplies Ltd. 

Casmore Construction Services Ltd. 
Cassidy’s Enterprises Ltd. 

Castile Construction Ltd. 

Cedar West Excavating and Landscaping 
Ltd. 

Cedrus Holdings Ltd. 

Celestial Investments Limited. 
Central Electronic Distributors (1979) 
Ltd. 

Central Investigations Limited. 
Central Shoes Ltd. 

Challenger Development Corp. 
Charger Construction Ltd. 

Charles Mohr & Sons Ltd. 

Charpat Holdings Ltd. 

Chartech Development Corp. 
Chawla Enterprises Ltd. 

Cheetah Enterprises Ltd. 

Chesley Farms Inc. 

Chilcotin Sawmills Ltd. 

Chilliwack Toyota Ltd. 

Chinatown Alley Food Services (1979) 
Ltd. 

Chris Blaylock Construction Ltd. 
Chrisella Farms, Inc. 

Chuk’s Enterprises Ltd. 

Churchill Inns Ltd. 

Churchley Enterprises Ltd. 

Cipher Para-Legal Services Ltd. 
City Marine and Transport Refrigeration 
Ltd. 

Claude Crocker’s Record Den Inc. 
Clinton Auto Wreckers (1979) Ltd. 
Coast Mechanical (Port Hardy) Ltd. 
Coastline Shipping Ltd. 

Cock ‘N Bull Restaurant Ltd. 
Colmur Construction Inc. 
Commuter Motors Ltd. 

Concerto Productions Inc. 
Concorde Copy Centres Ltd. 
Condado Holdings Ltd. 

Consumer Homes Ltd. 

Contact West Enterprises Ltd. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


193728 
192513 
161269 
192220 
191459 
192909 
191654 
191378 
191790 
193478 
192804 
193018 
192190 
191475 
191864 
192458 
191877 
191178 
161180 
192944 
193064 
192839 
192878 
191466 
161364 
193111 
193725 
191650 
192539 
193020 
192579 
193634 
191523 
191246 
191560 
193526 
191236 
193075 
191651 
160042 
193813 
191175 
191769 
191686 
193001 
191075 
190464 
191085 
191647 
189930 
192255 
191658 
193830 
191218 
191846 
191773 
192026 
191066 
192219 
191642 
191730 
193209 
191354 
192270 
191774 
191424 
192209 
159894 
192963 
191301 
193656 
192800 
193067 
193716 
192269 
191333 
159674 
192449 
193164 
191680 
160190 
191697 
191391 
192519 
192492 


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Cormier Holdings Inc 

Coronation Cleaners Ltd. 
Country Craft Importers Ltd. 
Cranberry Arms Investment Limited 
Cranbrook Parcel & Delivery Ltd. 
Cranbrook Pump Service Ltd. 
Cranton Enterprises Ltd, 

Credible Contracting Ltd. 
Crompton Fishing (1979) Inc. 
CTWY Enterprises Ltd. 

Culliton Enterprises Ltd. 

Custom T.V. and Appliances Ltd. 
Cy—Red Cedar Products Limited. 
D & G Recycling Ltd. 

D & M Mechanical, Ltd. 

DN Daily News Inc. 

D. & E. Distributors Ltd. 

D. Emes & Sons Fishing Ltd. 
D.J.J. Enterprises Ltd. 

Da Rocha Holdings Ltd. 
Dal-Vandia Construction Ltd. 
Dalaur Foods Ltd. 

Danher Holdings Ltd. 

Danzak Falling Contractors Ltd. 
Davis Bay Mini Mall Ltd. 
Davson & Prichard Holdings Ltd. 
Dawn’s Tooling Inc. 

Dawson Party Suppliers Limited. 
Day & Night Auto Repairs Ltd. 
Daylore Construction Ltd. 

Delbar Holdings Ltd. 

Delmar Development Corporation. 
Delps Enterprises Canada Inc. 
Dennis & Son Transport Ltd. 
Denta Holdings Incorporated. 
Deogap Industries Ltd. 

Detroit Custom Auto Ltd. 
DeWolfe Painting Ltd. 

Dez Hubbell Productions Inc. 
Dhahan Maintenance Co. Ltd. 
Dhaliwal Enterprises Ltd. 
Dhanwant Farm Ltd. 

Dianne Livingstone Ltd. 

Dick Lonsdale Truck Centre Ltd. 
Discovery Ventures Limited. 
Diversified Enterprises Ltd. 
Domestic Placement Agency Ltd. 
Donegal Construction Ltd. 
Dorothy’s House of Flowers Ltd. 
Double F Enterprises Ltd. 
Douglas Channel Charters Ltd. 
Duhan Management Company Inc. 
Dunscot Developments Inc. 

Dyco Masonry Ltd. 

Dynamic Carpet Cleaning Limited. 
E and T Cleaners Ltd. 

E.R. Drugs Ltd. 

E.W. Projects Ltd. 

East Richmond Holdings Ltd. 
Eastman Enterprises Ltd. 


Easystreet Rockers Mountaineering Ltd. 


Ecofab Manufacturing Ltd. 
Eddy Stewart Stable Ltd. 

Ego Hair Studio Ltd. 

El Boliche Foods Ltd. 

El Mar Enterprises Ltd. 

Elder Construction Ltd. 

Elm Holdings Ltd. 

Elmeck Industrial Services Inc. 
Elwest Technical Services Ltd. 
Enco Enterprises Ltd. 

Encon Investments Ltd. 
Envision Designs Ltd. 

Eore Holdings Ltd. 

Equiplan Investments Ltd. 

Era Management Ltd. 


Eric L. Grandy & Son Construction Ltd. 


Erin Productions of Canada Inc. 
Eryngo Ship Charters Ltd. 
Espuela Development Co. Ltd. 
Esther North Aesthetics Limited. 
European Florist Ltd. 

Eurostock Agencies Ltd. 

Expert Drilling Ltd. 

Exquisite Enterprises Ltd. 


193545 
191138 
191393 
193824 
191163 
192396 
193004 
192749 
193389 
192045 
193160 


193175 
193322 
193435 
189159 
191759 


192034 
192611 
191906 
191250 
193807 
192568 
191775 
191625 
192372 
191227 
192350 
192640 
193178 
192958 
193610 
191691 
192782 
189787 


191095 
193292 
193242 
193003 
192313 
193698 
192067 
192541 
191620 
193273 
191823 
192603 
191740 
192176 
192343 
192221 
193676 


192481 
191230 


193199 
193527 
192456 
193480 
192987 
191872 
193190 
193707 
191269 
193035 
192712 
192918 
192006 
189572 
191678 
193745 
193330 
192729 
19137] 
191465 
193105 
192534 
191489 
159792 
193794 
192170 
191183 


F and L Business Services Ltd 

F. Clayton Homes Ltd. 

F, Mohammed & Sons Service Ltd 
Fairkev Electronic Assemblers Ltd. 
Falcon Cycles Canada Ltd. 

Falcon Ridge Estates Inc. 

Far West Boat Charters Ltd. 

Farad Developments Ltd. 

Farwright Management Ltd. 

Fawn Bluff Enterprises Ltd. 

Fik Power Systems Computer Services 
Limited 

First Phase Construction Ltd. 
Firstco Holdings Ltd. 

Fisher Auto Leasing Ltd. 

Flavour’s Fast Food Industry Inc. 
Forestland Custom Sawmilling Corpora- 
ion. 

Fortuna Travel Inc. 

Francisco & Son Enterprises Ltd. 
Fredaantos Services Ltd. 

Freedom Holdings Ltd. 

Freeways Marine Ltd. 

Fremar Industries Ltd. 

Frontier Collision Repairs Ltd. 

FSJ Kiddies Land Ltd. 

Ft. Nelson Power Ltd. 

Fully Baked Ideas Inc. 

G & P Fabric Land Ltd. 

G. & T. Cedar Products Ltd. 

G. B. Installations Ltd. 

G. H. Welding Ltd. 

G.N. C. Skates Inc. 

G. P. Specialty Furniture Ltd. 
G.E.H. Holdings Ltd. 

G.T. Security Erectors and Installations 
(1979) Ltd. 

Gagner Enterprises Ltd. 

Galomar Lighting Services Ltd. 
Gandham Contracts Ltd. 

Ganson Trucking Inc. 

Gar Cross Realty Ltd. 

Garilaine Flowers Ltd. 

Garry Heal Logging Ltd. 

Gavi Agencies Ltd. 

Gehlbach Engineering Inc. 

Gellatly Landscaping Services Ltd. 
Genesis Agencies Inc. 

George Aron Jewellers Ltd. 

Gil Hupper’s Quality Car Care Ltd. 
Gillies Bay Inn Ltd. 

Gilmore TV Sales & Service Limited. 
Gin Wen Enterprises Ltd. 

Giza International Holdings Corpora- 
tion. 

GJK Holdings Ltd. 

Global Western Transportation Systems 
Inc. 

GMT Enterprises Ltd. 

Golden Ears Press Ltd. 

Golden Pacific Holdings Ltd. 
Golden Rule Construction Ltd. 
Gordon Toiletries Ltd. 

Gordon’s Enterprises Ltd. 

Gounder & Sunder Restaurant Ltd. 
Graham Log Salvage Ltd. 

Granade Enterprises Ltd. 

Grand Concrete Products Ltd. 

Grant & Sutherland Contracting Ltd. 
Green Shores Herbal School Ltd. 
Greg & Sons Photo Centre Ltd. 
Grizzly Sports Distributors Ltd. 
Grizzly Steel Erection Ltd. 

Grover Logging Services Ltd. 
Gryphon Resource Consultants Limited. 
Guildford Camper Installations Ltd. 
H & D Manufacturing Ltd. 

H & K Home Sitters Inc. 

H & L Roman Wholesale Jewellers Ltd. 
H & R Fencing Ltd. 

H.B. Resources Ltd. 

H.E. Salo Manufacturing Ltd. 

H.R. Interiors Ltd. 

Hadleigh Marketing Corporation. 
Haftner Enterprises Inc. 


191068 
192853 
192036 
192093 
193834 
192131 
193629 
193795 
193767 
193791 
193400 
160851 
192387 
192802 
192159 
193811 
191442 
191752 
191794 
192202 
191954 
191562 
193152 
192109 
193597 
193092 
193741 
192762 
193569 
192037 
192739 
191571 


191197 
191082 
191255 


192616 
191770 
191785 
192639 
191574 
192338 
192569 
191320 
193143 
181081 
193356 
201854 
191635 
192990 
191509 
192594 
193551 
191575 
192649 
191493 
193158 
192215 
191086 
192673 
193230 
193156 
193254 
193685 
191198 
191743 
193154 
193386 
193782 


2 Hale and Gerken Funeral Home Ltd. 


Halldorson Hardware Ltd. 
Haney Photo Ltd. 


3 Harbourview Electric Ltd. 


Harker Brothers Appraisals (1979) Ltd. 
Harmar Investments Limited. 
Harold A. Baardsnes Ltd. 

Haylin Fibreglass Works Ltd. 

Haze Trucking Ltd. 

Hebrides Developments Ltd. 
Heckert Ventures Ltd. 

Heft Holdings Ltd. 

Heladee Investments Ltd. 

Herbert Morse, Building Consultants 
Ltd. 

Hets Installations Ltd. 

Highland Sylvaculture Services Ltd. 
Highroller Sports West Inc. 
Hiromi’s Catering Co. Ltd. 

Hofton Holdings Ltd. 

Holon Management Services Inc. 
Homestead Forest Products Ltd. 
Hoodoos Resort (1979) Ltd. 

Hour Glass Sandblasting (1979) Ltd. 
Howlyn Enterprises Ltd. 

Howyet Fishing Company Ltd. 
Huffer’s Specialty Services Ltd. 
Hughes Insurance Agencies Ltd. 
Hurricane Aluminium Ltd. 

Hygrade Refrigeration & Heating Ltd. 
I. M. Dawes Jewellers Ltd. 
1.B.B.C. Data Service Corporation. 
I.M. Krisp Foods Ltd. 

Ian Rabinovitch Contracting Ltd. 
Ice Mountain Air Services Ltd. 

Inch Tree Co. Ltd. 

Inglewood Cedar Products Ltd. 
Inglis Homes Ltd. 

Inland Industrial Installations Limited. 
Innovative Importers Inc. 

Inpro Computer Systems Inc. 
Intercon Investments Ltd. 

Intercon Video Inc. 

International Criterion Products Ltd. 
International Hobbycrafts Limited. 
International Marine Logging Ltd. 
International Soccer Coaching Canada, 
Ltd. 

International Timber Brokers Inc. 
10 Trading Corporation. 

J & L Home Centre and Building Supply 
Ltd. 

J & V Welding Ltd. 

J. & B. Bubble Machine Inc. 

J. K. Dorman Logging Co. Ltd. 

J. Muir & Associates Ltd. 

J.E.A. Services Inc. 

J.W. Stephenson & Co. Ltd. 

Jaad Holdings Ltd. 

Jack Jaye Holdings Ltd. 

Jado Trucking Ltd. 

Jakobsson Electric Ltd. 

Jan-Ley Enterprises Ltd. 

Janel Investments Ltd. 

Jas Enterprises Ltd. 

Jay’s Business Machines Ltd. 

JBB Industries Ltd. 

Jeff's Kustom Kar Kollision Ltd. 
Jeffrey Timber Ltd. 

Jim Dodds Home Repair Ltd. 
Jinglepot Tack and Feed Ltd. 
Joannjohn Developments Ltd. 
Jodarin Investments Ltd. 

Joe’s Chicken-Express Restaurant Ltd. 
John Gorton Holdings Inc. 

Johnny's Paints Ltd. 

Joke Holdings Ltd. 

Jomik Investments Limited. 

Joni Management Ltd. 

Jorn Jensen Construction Ltd. 
Jubee’s Enterprise Ltd. 

K & K Giftwares Ltd. 

K.R. Christensen Ltd. 

Kadapena Enterprises Ltd. 

Kaiser's Import & Export Corporation. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


191107 
192604 
191462 
193183 
192180 
192035 
191577 
193047 
192171 
192752 
192276 
192757 
191708 


193451 
193563 
192929 
191706 
191087 
191450 
193200 
191308 
193089 
192528 
191876 
193365 
193594 
191314 
190510 
192323 
192801 
192848 
191748 
192840 
192498 
193396 
191134 
192674 
193763 
191714 
191431 
192307 
191047 
193800 


192147 
191824 
191798 
LOAN 
193258 
191341 
191052 
192578 
193689 
193029 
192145 
191194 
191346 
192004 
159643 
193414 
192761 
191436 
193380 
193137 
191673 
193620 
191704 
193704 
192413 
193184 
190293 
193552 
193341 
191315 
192024 
192986 
192107 
191662 
193498 


191949 
192359 
191968 
193444 


Kampro Management Corporation. 
Karoline Industries Ltd. 

Kassal Contracting Co. Ltd. 

Katzie Logging Ltd. 

Kayola Developments Ltd. 

Keller Enterprises Ltd. 

Kelowna Keyboard Instruments Ltd. 
Keto Enterprises Ltd. 

Key Consumer Motivators Ltd. 
Kimberley Television & Stereo Ltd. 
Kimpoh Holdings Ltd. 

King Arthur’s Marine Enterprises Ltd. 
Kitimat Terrace Development Corpora- 
tion. 

Kits Custom Building Ltd. 

Kocan Trading Ltd. 

Koko Enterprises Ltd. 

Koksilah Mountain Lands Ltd. 
Kristine’s Quartz and Gems Canada Ltd. 
Kwong Chow Trading Co. Ltd. 

Kyan Holdings Ltd. 

Kyleder Enterprises Limited. 

L. K. Baker Holdings Inc. 

L.S. Fashion Workshop Ltd. 

La Cuisine Internationale Ltee. 
Labrador Holdings Ltd. 

Lake Valley Enterprises Ltd. 

Lake Windermere Plumbing Ltd. 
Lamar Distributors Ltd. 

Lance Management Securities Ltd. 
Land Baron Holdings Ltd. 

Landwest Investments Ltd. 

Langley Locksmiths Ltd. 

Lansue Fashions Inc. 

Lantzville Restaurant Ltd. 

Larry & Donna Holdings Ltd. 
Lawrence Trainor Logging Ltd. 
Lazybones Pottery Ltd. 

Lee’s Holdings Limited. 

Legwes Enterprises Ltd. 

Leisure Irrigation Designs Ltd. 
Leslie Morris Inc. 

Liberty Logging Ltd. 

Life Centred Learning Hospice (B.C.) 
Inc. 

Life Systems Inc. 

Lightall Industries Ltd. 

Lindsay Walker Casting Etc. Inc. 
Liner Industries Ltd. 

Link and Pan Enterprises Ltd. 

Lions Gafe Meat Packer Inc. 

Little Stormer Holdings Ltd. 

LMN Enterprises Ltd. 

LMS Distributors Inc. 

Lon-Mayfair Holdings Ltd. 

Lonaul Investment Company Ltd. 
Lormur Investments Ltd. 

Lorraine’s Log Salvage Ltd. 

Lors Enterprises Ltd. 

Low-Cost Building Maintenance Ltd. 
Lower Island Truck and Trailer Ltd. 
Lower Mainland Forest Products Ltd. 
Ludeman Construction Ltd. 

Ludlow Street Management Ltd. 
Ludo Hotel Ventures Ltd. 

Lumby Highway 6 Service Station Ltd. 
LWT Holdings Ltd. 

M & H Management Ltd. 

M & S Consultants Ltd. 

M T M Fishing Co. Ltd. 

M. & R. Distributors Ltd. 

M.F.C. Male Fashion Conspiracy Inc. 
M.G.M. Ventures Ltd. 

M.G.S. Distributors (1979) Ltd. 
M.W. Fishing Co. Ltd. 

Macal Services Ltd. 

Mackenzie & McKay Holdings Ltd. 
MacNeed Enterprises Ltd. 

Macro Enterprises Ltd. 

Maddigan Developments Fort St. John 
Ltd. 

Maddigan Developments Quesnel Ltd. 
Malaspina Holdings Ltd. 

Malcolm Isle Fishing & Diving Ltd. 
Malpaso Industries Incorporated. 


191328 
191945 
193661 
192669 
192443 
192714 


192352 
192592 
193062 
191597 
192962 
192773 
192743 
192370 
191063 
193686 
191862 
192012 
193449 
192155 
192279 
162519 
191206 
193153 
191351 
193457 
191128 
192268 
191505 
192521 
193535 
191582 
192885 
193636 
192696 
192331 
191865 


193374 
193408 


193776 
192928 
191129 
192857 
192872 
191920 
193048 


192563 
192751 
192282 
191973 
192865 
193836 
191507 
193703 
191741 
193366 
191897 
192375 
192263 
193107 
192775 
192426 
193205 
192483 
191432 
192075 
192308 
193253 
193402 
191670 
191707 
191860 
193042 
191979 
191551 
191233 
191800 
191805 
193458 
191758 
191882 


March 7, 1985 


Maple Ridge Accounting Ltd. 

Marc Portes Decorating Ltd. 

Marce Investments Ltd. 

Marquis Homes Ltd. 

Masadrian Enterprises Ltd. 

Mason & Company Insurance Services 
Ltd. 

Maspika Holdings Ltd. 

Maxfield Cleaners Inc. 

Maxi Heat Gas Fires Limited. 

May’s Landscaping Ltd. 
McKerracher Consulting Services Ltd. 
McLeod Janitor Service Ltd. 

MCO Holdings Ltd. 

Meadow Woodworks Ltd. 

Meager Investments Ltd. 

Mega Computer Systems Ltd. 
Mercob Holdings No. 2 Ltd. 

Merida Properties Ltd. 

Merritt Air Services Ltd. 

Metro Accounting Services Ltd. 
Metro Secretarial Services (1979) Ltd. 
Meziadin Investments Ltd. 

Micamac Contracting Ltd. 

Mido Enterprises Ltd. 

Mike Nakucyj Trucking Ltd. 

Mike’s Cheesecake Ltd. 

Minit-Tune (Maple Ridge) Ltd. 
Mino’s Steak House (1979) Ltd. 
Minuteman Food Services Ltd. 

Mira Enterprises Inc. 

Mission Waterbeds Ltd. 

Modern Homes Construction Ltd. 
Modulux Industries Ltd. 

Mona’s Restaurants Ltd. 

Morgan Marine Investments Ltd. 
Morie Channel Enterprises Ltd. 
Moro Communications and Develop- 
ment Inc. 

Morvan Industries Ltd. 

Mother Hubbard’s Clothing Company 
Ltd. 

Mould Forest Products Ltd. 
Mountain Awes Investments Ltd. 
Mountainview Apartments Limited. 
Murbuild Holdings Ltd. 

N & D Products Ltd. 

N. and H. Holdings Ltd. 

N.B.C. Oilfield Maintenance & Con- 
tracting Ltd. 

Naikoon Trail Rides Ltd. 

Nanaimo Film N’ Photo Ltd. 
Nanaimo Motor Cycle Sales Ltd. 
Nand’s Trucking Ltd. 

Naru Enterprises Inc. 

Nass Valley Outdoor Enterprises Ltd. 
National Show Mart Corporation. 
Nationwide Contractors Inc. 

Natural Design Craft Ltd. 

Nazrudin Holdings Ltd. 
Neighbourhood Bangles Jewellery Ltd. 
Neir Enterprises Ltd. 

Neptune’s Garden Ltd. 

Nevr Dull Ceramics Ltd. 

New Wave Sports Incorporated. 
Newdel Manufacturing Ltd. 

Newfeld Enterprises Ltd. 

Newman Hansson Contracting Ltd. 
Newmaster Furniture Gallery Limited. 
Niclison Developments Inc. 
Nimbleys’ Enterprises Ltd. 

Nish Holdings Ltd. 

Nishini Investments Ltd. 

Nomoto Enterprises Ltd. 

Nootka Sound Fishing Inc. 

Norbert’s Salvage Ltd. 

Norcan Supplies Ltd. 

Norcan Video Services Inc. 

Nordic Camping Parks Ltd. 

Norfolk Ventures Ltd. 

Norm’s Collision Repairs Ltd. 
Norma Designs Ltd. 

Norris’ Paint Emporium Ltd. 

North Coast Expeditors Ltd. 

North Island Sea Farm Ltd. 


March 7, 1985 


192114 
192044 
193082 
193052 
193606 
192174 
191520 
191369 
191298 
192474 
191423 
192262 
192687 


193754 
191321 
193283 
192261 
191731 
192526 
192414 
192545 
191084 
193192 
192675 
191190 
192267 


192179 
193779 
193644 
193733 
192676 
193425 
191753 
191113 
193195 
191886 
192245 
193390 
192160 


191900 
191370 
191381 
202303 
191725 
192884 
192957 
192503 
192327 
191062 
193503 
192127 
193430 
192666 
191594 
192471 
193743 
191789 
192435 
191643 
193572 


193368 
217533 
193006 
192208 
192475 
193473 
191458 
191108 
193281 
191467 
191453 
193338 


192501 
191533 
193688 
191703 
192448 
192812 
193155 


Northerlea Wood Products Ltd. 
Nystrom Enterprises Ltd. 

O.K. Tire Stores (Port Alberni) Ltd. 
O.R. Consultants Ltd. 

Ocean Insul-Home Services Ltd. 
Ocean Life Systems Ltd. 

Octa-Kelo Development Corp. 
Odyssey Manufacturing Ltd. 

Odyssey Trade International Ltd. 
Okanagan Awning and Canopy Co. Ltd. 
Okanagan Moldmasters Ltd. 

Old Country Deli Ltd. 

Old Country Kitchen Specialty Food 
Products Ltd. 

Olga Leland & Associates Inc. 

Orbex Resources Ltd. 

Orea Trading Ltd. 

Ospika Cleaners & Laundromat Ltd. 
Otter Lures Ltd. 

Owners Realty Ltd. 

P & M Sine Holdings Ltd. 

P. & L. Productions Inc. 

Pacer Exploration Services Ltd. 
Pacesetters International Holdings Inc. 
Pacific Aeromedical Services Ltd. 
Pacific Coast Q.S.L. Services Inc. 
Pacific Holiday Trading Company Lim- 
ited, 

Pacific International Master Sports Ltd. 
Pacific Plastering Ltd. 

Pacific Rim Resort Ltd. 

Pacific Star Marine Trading Ltd. 
Pacific Sunset Trolling Ltd. 

Pacific Vending & Food Services Ltd. 
Pacific View Drywall Ltd. 

Pacific Westcoast Investments Ltd. 
Pakcin Hobby Ltd. 

Panza Drilling & Blasting Ltd. 

Papp’s Mortgage Consulting Limited. 
Parabola Systems Inc. 

Paradise Patrol Investigation Agency 
Ltd. 

Patch Land Development Co. Ltd. 
Patullo Paving Products Ltd. 

Paul Bazinet & Sons Limited. 

Paul Talbot & Associates Inc. 

Paula’s Clothing Store Ltd. 

Paulson Brothers Fishing Co. Ltd. 
Pay-Low Meats Ltd. 

PBP Holdings Ltd. 

Pearl Entertainments Ltd. 

Pelmin Enterprises Ltd. 

Perfect Circle Welding Inc. 

Perident Management Ltd. 
Permealiner Sales Inc. 

Petro Plus (International) Inc. 

Phoenix Mariculture Group Ltd. 
Phoenix Marine Services Ltd. 

Pine Creek Resources Ltd. 

Pine T. Holdings Ltd. 

Pioneer Square Holdings Ltd. 

Plaza Fruit Limited. 

Port-A-Quote Electronics International 
Corp. 

Precision Hot Tubs Ltd. 

Presents of Mind Services Ltd. 
Prestage Contracting Ltd. 

Primeau & Griffith Enterprises Ltd. 
Prodev Equity Investments Corp. 
Protronics Design Incorporated. 
Quad-D Enterprises Ltd. 

Quadrant Exploration Services Ltd. 
Quality Manufacturing Inc. 

Quixx Holdings Ltd. 

Quixx Systems Corporation. 

R & A Briggs Electrical Contracting 
Ltd. 

R & R Fisheries Ltd. 

R K Livestock Ltd. 

& J. McCormack Holdings Ltd. 

& S. Seamless Siding Ltd. 

E. McGhghy Ventures Ltd. 

N. Bennett and Associates Limited. 
N. 


R. 
R. 
R. 
R. 
R. N. Hair Apparent Ltd. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


193259 


193009 
192922 
192905 
193434 
191506 
192411 
192690 
193275 
191223 
192871 
192299 
191957 
193622 
191443 
191053 


192367 
19194] 
191056 
162415 
192792 
193547 
191317 


193468 
192514 
192242 
191425 
192561 
193382 
192326 
191580 


192201 
192502 
193513 
191726 
192112 
192217 
193574 
192365 
191199 
192088 
193646 
192257 
192605 
192335 
191535 
192039 
192097 
191581 
192906 
192482 
192023 
192784 
192814 
191781 
191869 
191608 
193554 
192950 
191924 
191821 
193459 
191537 
193626 
191995 
192497 
192614 
193005 
193770 
193438 
192447 
193346 
193450 
192759 
192516 
193540 
223514 
191863 
193263 
193592 
193590 


351 





R. S. W. B. Management Consultants 
Ltd. 

R. Shaw Ltd. 

R. T. Ventures Ltd. 

R.B. Autoworks Ltd. 

R.B. Hampson Salvage Ltd. 

R.C. Media One Corporation. 
R.C.H. Enterprises Ltd. 

R.D.S. Global Resources Corporation. 
R.F. Duncan Investments Ltd. 
R.H.S. Holdings Ltd. 

R.J. Painting & Paper Ltd. 

Rainbow Agri-Sales Ltd. 

Rainbow Mountain Road Builders Ltd. 
Ralph’s Meats Ltd. 

Ram N’ Bull Holdings Ltd. 

Rapid Scape Construction & Landscap- 
ing Ltd. 

Raymoe Contracting Ltd. 

Recovery Auction Ltd. 

Red Coach Fashions Ltd. 

Refuge Cove Charters Ltd. 

Reliable Food Equipment Ltd. 
Reno’s Inn Ltd. 

Renton Corrosion Resistant Applica- 
tions Ltd. 

Reps Service Ltd. 

Republic Building Systems B. C. Ltd. 
Republic Equities Corporation. 
Reuxland Development Corp. 
Rhema Enterprises Ltd. 

Richmond Breweries Ltd. 

Richmond Trading Corporation. 

Riki International Publication of Canada 
Ltd. 

Rim West Industries Ltd. 

Ringside Productions Ltd. 

Ritter Industries Ltd. 

Rivershore Developments Ltd. 
Riverside Custom Art Design Inc. 
Riverside Shake Ltd. 

Robina Mercantile Ltd. 

Rockwood Cedar Products Ltd. 
Roco Holdings Ltd. 

Roddy Mines Inc. 

Romac Divers Ltd. 

Romana Restaurants Ltd. 

Ron & Betty Fishing Ltd. 

Roxo Leasing Inc. 

Royal Flush Plumbing & Drain Ltd. 
Ruby Inn (1979) Ltd. 

Rupert Fisheries Ltd. 

Ruscor Distributors (1979) Ltd. 

S & S Entertainers Ltd. 

S & Y Holdings Ltd. 

S and S Sawmills Ltd. 

S.D.B. Systems Ltd. 

S.G. Nicholson Construction Ltd. 
S.V.W. Development Corporation. 
SAC Enterprises Ltd. 

Sadru Motors Ltd. 

Safari Queen Charters Ltd. 

Saffron Holdings Ltd. 

Salish Timber Sales Ltd. 

Salt Air Aviation Ltd. 

Salvatore I Enterprises Ltd. 

San Fernando Investments Corporation. 
Sanshi Enterprises Ltd. 

Saunders Timber Co. Ltd. 

Savage Colour Photo Ltd. 

Sawtooth Holdings Ltd. 
Schellenberg Enterprises Ltd. 

Schild Investments Ltd. 

Schubert Holdings Ltd. 

Schuetz Enterprises Ltd. 

Scott Bros. Const. Ltd. 

Scott’s Building Supplies (1979) Ltd. 
Sea First Development Inc. 

Seabird Trading Co. Ltd. 

Seagarden Products Inc. 

Seaside Properties Ltd. 

Seaview Enterprises Inc. 

Securus Investigations Ltd. 

Seg Enterprises Ltd. 

Seguin Holdings Ltd. 


191115 
193044 
192691 
193433 
191786 
192643 
193124 
191915 
191472 
191887 
193567 
193210 
191829 
192186 
193783 
193422 
191161 
192772 
192231 
193517 
192694 
191476 
192524 
193347 


191585 
192830 
191809 
193007 
192727 
201926 
193436 
191754 
192896 
192092 
191273 
193573 
191072 
193222 
192244 
192926 
193103 
191191 
191683 
192408 
193485 
191201 
193469 
191526 
192709 
192726 
193240 
191159 
193818 
192248 
192917 


191903 
193692 
191358 
193758 
191880 
192342 
191235 
192565 
192747 
193437 
191403 
192992 
191830 
192778 
162873 
193399 
193809 
191366 
191305 
191938 
193299 
191111 
191776 
191969 
193757 
193218 


192920 


Select Personnel Ltd 

Selus Divers Ltd. 

Sender Enterprises Ltd 

Sentinel Self-Storage Systems Ltd. 
Seton Developments Inc. 

Seville Development Corporation. 
Shadowfax Enterprises Ltd. 

Shafts Hair Design Ltd. 

Shahara Services Ltd. 

Shamrock Consulting Services Ltd. 
Shatford Management Corporation. 
Shela Investments Ltd. 

Sherlock Investments Corporation. 
Shiray Ventures Ltd. 

Shirl-Bern Enterprises Ltd. 
Shrimpton Enterprises Limited. 
Siesta Development Co, Ltd. 
Sigma Testing Ltd. 

Sikorsky Logging Ltd. 

Silver City Service Ltd. 

Sivyer Transport Ltd. 

Skeena Environmenta! Consultants Ltd. 
Skyhawk Cedar Products Ltd. 
Sleeping Beauty Bedroom Furnishings 
Ltd. 

SLG Data Systems Corporation. 
Snaresbrook Investments Ltd. 
Snowy Creek Mines Ltd. 
Southland Homes Ltd. 

Southside Drugs (1979) Ltd. 
Southwest Freezer Foods Ltd. 
Spartec Engineering Ltd. 

Specs Optical Inc. 

Spence Smith Welding Ltd. 
Springboard Contracting Company Ltd. 
Stag Developments Ltd. 

Stahl Drywall Ltd. 

Standerd Pools Ltd. 

Star Realty Ltd. 

Steeples Taxi Inc. 

Steve’s Welding Ltd. 

Stierle Holdings Ltd. 

Stingray Holdings (B.C.) Ltd. 
Street’s Auto Parts Ltd. 

Strimac Investments Inc. 

Stuart Hassell (1979) Ltd. 

Stutt & Chambers Enterprises Ltd. 
Sugiyama Meat Packer Ltd. 
Summary Contracting Inc. 
Sun-Duc Import & Export Co. Ltd. 
Suncoast Home Centre Ltd. 

Sunlite Developments Ltd. 

Sunrise Imports Ltd. 

Sunshine Glass & Aluminum Ltd. 
Sunstop Shutter & Shade Ltd. 
Superior Gradall Services (1979) Lim- 
ited. 

Superior Soil Supply Ltd. 

T J B Enterprises Ltd. 

T. Powers Contracting Ltd. 

T.A. Fish Ltd. 

T.M.R. Development Ltd. 

T.W. Master Printer Ltd. 

T-Line Hardware Supplies Ltd. 
Takayuki Leasing Ltd. 

Tan Car T. Enterprises Inc. 
Tanfastic Management Services Ltd. 
Tasu Enterprises Ltd. 

Taylor Bread & Bakery Products Ltd. 
Technecon Consulting Ltd. 
Telkamont Enterprises Ltd. 
Tell-Made Kitchen Products Ltd. 
Tempus Enterprises Ltd. 
Ten-O-Two Restaurant Ltd. 

Tencor Supplies Ltd. 

Terry Elford’s Gulf Island Holiday Inc. 
Tetemagouche Mining Ltd. 

Texxon Management Ltd. 

The Action Video Centre Ltd. 

The Brewster Bag Co. Ltd. 

The Buffs — Think Tank Corp. 

The Cach International Ltd. 

The First Avenue Development Com- 
pany Limited. 

the Gutco Group Ltd. 


352 





192854 
191603 


193336 
192701 


192132 
193087 
192328 


192137 
191139 
193582 
192823 
193785 
167830 
192124 
193558 
193624 
191733 
192765 
193163 
191289 
192717 
193755 
193751 


162910 
191935 
193307 
193145 
193780 
164653 
192422 
191768 
193806 
192133 
191172 
193069 
193642 
192879 
193247 
193364 
191816 
159878 
192341 
192914 
193021 
192125 
191655 
191429 
192398 
192522 
193525 
192660 
192900 
231542 
192120 
193600 
159805 
165066 
192273 
192256 
192608 
193186 
191559 
191427 
192523 
191664 
191482 
193227 
190338 
192952 
192296 
191721 

192794 
191285 
193388 
193815 
193268 
191266 
192589 
191224 
192087 
19284] 


The Hot Pretzel Factory Ltd. 

The Langley Sports & Equestrian Centre 
Ltd. 

The Nanaimo Tile Centre Ltd. 

The One Stoppe Accounting Shoppe 
Inc. 

The Purple Onion Drive-In Ltd. 

The Sunday Times Newspaper Ltd. 
The Village Groom and Pet Supplies 
Ltd. 

Thermo Cycle Distributors Ltd. 
Third Avenue Holdings Ltd. 
Thompson Welding Ltd. 

Three R-D Development Ltd. 
Thyanne Orchards Ltd. 

Tideland Builders Ltd. 

Tiger Shak Foods Ltd. 

Timberland Equipment Ltd. 
Timeless Developments Ltd. 
Timothy Enterprises Ltd. 

Toltec Manufacturing Corporation. 
Top-Notch Mobile Industrial Sales Ltd. 
Tophat Holdings Ltd. 

Topline Transport Ltd. 

Toquart Sorting Ltd. 

Toshi Resources Ltd. (Non-Personal Li- 
ability) 

Total Home Fashion Services Ltd. 
Trader Surplus & Machinery Inc. 
Treco Imports Inc. 

Tremain Development Enterprises Ltd. 
Tri-Mould Construction Co. Ltd. 
Trinity Industries Inc. 

Trio Transport Ltd. 

Triple B Construction Inc. 

Troika Drywall Ltd. 

Tsuga Venture Corporation. 

Turk Enterprises Ltd. 

Tusk Construction Ltd. 

Tween Lakes Resort (1979) Ltd. 
Twilight Interiors Ltd. 

Twin Creek Sales Ltd. 

Tycore Holdings Ltd. 

Ucluelet Timber Company Ltd. 
Unicorn Developments Ltd. 

United Countertops Ltd. 

Universal Drafting Service Ltd. 
Universal Optical Limited. 

Unreal Music Enterprises Limited. 
Urban Renovators Ltd. 

V. & J. Welding & Contracting Ltd. 
Valcar Management Limited. 

Valco Developments Ltd. 

Valda Enterprises Inc. 

Valle Verde Homes Ltd. 

Value Resources Ltd. 

Valynne Investments Limited. 
Vamm Management Corporation. 
Van Isle Driveway Sealing Limited. 
Van Teriors Manufacturing Ltd. 
Vanburn Developments Inc. 
Vancouver Disco Productions Ltd. 
Vancouver Free Press Publishing Corp. 
Vancouver Ventures Ltd. 
Vancouver's . . . and Diamonds Ltd. 
Vaseaux Lake Galleries Ltd. 

Vedder Village Plaza Inc. 

Vee Search Services Ltd. 

Vic-Way Enterprises Ltd. 

Victoria Line Service Ltd. 

Victoria Personnel Services Ltd. 
Vidan Enterprises (Victoria) Ltd. 
Viking America Planing Hulls Inc. 
Vikingland Imports & Distributors Ltd. 
Village Estates Ltd. 

Vintage Hot Tubs Inc. 

W.D. Cooke Holdings Ltd. 

W.E. Langmead & Associate Ltd. 
W.K. Yip & Associates Ltd. 

Wally Rooke Sales Ltd. 

Waterland Tecno-Soniques Ltd. 
Waurynchuk Holdings Ltd. 
Wavelength Holdings Ltd. 

Wayco Automotive Ltd. 

Wedgewood Holdings Ltd. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


192452 Weichen Enterprises Ltd. 

193447 Welwyn Travel Service Ltd. 

193198 West Broadway Dental Laboratory Ltd. 

191984 West Coast Piledriving Ltd. 

191106 West Wind Fishing Co. Ltd. 

193378 Western Power Diggers Corp. 

191689 Western Shellfish Ltd. 

192846 Westholme Realty Ltd. 

192816 Westview Townhouses (1979) Ltd. 

193827 Westwind Broadcasting Ltd. 

193721 Westworld Relocation Ltd. 

191964 White Rock Play Structures Inc. 

193798 Whittaker Industrial Services Ltd. 

193375 Wildeman’s Fast Foods Ltd. 

191898 Wilkie Holding Corp. 

192970 Will-Gord Enterprises Ltd. 

192420 Williamson Custom Re-Bar Inc. 

193028 Winbran Holdings Ltd. 

192901 Wollaston Resources Ltd. 

191270 Wolverine Insulation Ltd. 

193179 Wong & Quon Ltd. 

191573 Wood’s Shoe Renew Ltd. 

192582 Worldwide Engineering and Fabrica- 

tions Ltd. 

191054 Wotag Holdings Ltd. 

193122 Xylotex Construction Ltd. 

193185 Ye Olde Sport Stop Ltd. 

192252 Yen Lock Food Service Ltd. 

192253 Yen Lock Importer and Exporter Ltd. 

191813 Zero-Temp Industries Ltd. 

193515 Zulu Enterprises Ltd. 

192312 100 Mile Taxi (1979) Ltd. 

191070 1668 Investments Ltd. 

192548 192,548 Holdings Ltd. 

191240 1999 Holdings Ltd. 

191257 2084 Enterprises Ltd. 

191486 2091 Enterprises Ltd. 

192493 2096 Enterprises Ltd. 

192495 2098 Enterprises Ltd. 

192702 2107 Enterprises Ltd. 

191203 223 Investments Ltd. 

193162 3 CCC Taxi Ltd. 

192477 3000 Enterprises Ltd. 

192487 3001 Enterprises Ltd. 

192488 3002 Enterprises Ltd. 

191732 727 Enterprises Ltd. 
{ma7—9975] 


REGISTRATION CANCELLED 


I, M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar of 
Companies, hereby give notice that Conti- 
nental Illinois (Canada) Ltd. (A-11550), 
an Ontario corporation which was registered 
in British Columbia on the 23rd day of Sep- 
tember 1974 under Registration A-11550 
was, on the 30th day of July 1981, issued 
Letters Patent under the Bank Act of Can- 
ada, converting it to a bank under the name 
Continental Illinois Bank (Canada) was, on 
the 27th day of February 1985, struck off the 
register and its registration was cancelled, 
pursuant to section 283 of the B.C. Com- 
pany Act, and deemed not to be a company 
registered under Part 10 of the said Act. 
[mh7 — 9976] 


REGISTRATIONS CANCELLED 


I, M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar of 
Companies, hereby give notice that, pur- 
suant to section 281 of the B.C. Company 
Act, each of the under-mentioned extrapro- 
vincial companies were struck off the regis- 
ter and their registrations were cancelled on 
the 22nd day of February 1985: 


March 7, 1985 


February 22, 1985 


A-16040 Ecoplans Limited. 
A-18170 Interversal Industries Ltd. 
{mh7 — 9976] 


REGISTRATIONS CANCELLED 


I, M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar of 
Companies, hereby give notice that the regi- 
stration of the under-mentioned extraprovin- 
cial companies were cancelled, pursuant to 
section 283 of the B.C. Company Act, and 
deemed to be companies not registered un- 
der Part 10 of the said Act: 

February 25, 1985 
A-13053 Allen & Garcia Company 
A-16120 Carlson Feeds Ltd. 
February 26, 1985 
A-11703 Geac Computer Corporation Limited. 
A-3580 Merck Sharp & Dohme Canada Lim- 
ited — Merck Sharp & Dohme Canada 
Limitee. 
A-19925 Tenue de Ceremonie Classy Inc. and its 


version Classy Formal Wear Inc. 
[mh7 — 9976] 


REGISTRATIONS 


I, M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar of 
Companies, hereby give notice of the regis- 
tration of the following companies as extra- 
provincial companies: 

February 15, 1985 


A-22935 Adsgo Trading Corp., Suite 306, 
1450 Pennyfarthing Drive, Vancouver, B.C. V6J 
4X8. 

A-22934 Bermuda-Schwortz Industries Inc., 
16th Floor, Burrard Building, 1030 West Georgia 
Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3C4. 

A-22933 Conn-Weld Industries, Inc., 3100 
Vancouver Centre, Box 11504, 650 West Georgia 
Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4P7. 


February 18, 1985 


A-22938 Ace Auto Leasing Limited, 2020, 
777 Hornby Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 1T7. 

A-22939 Bar-C Holdings Limited, 784 Spruce 
Street, Victoria, B.C. V8T SBS. 

A-22936 Cabre Exploration Ltd., 3371 Oak 
Street, Box 4037, Postal Station A, Victoria, 
B.C. V8X 3X4. 

A-22946 Donna & John Crozier Limited, 
4669 Amblewood Drive, Victoria, B.C. V8Y 
GI: 

A-22942 Elysia Resort Ltd., Elysia Resort, 
Quesnel Lake (Box 271), Horsefly, B.C. VOL 
1Z0. 

A-22945 Gage Babcock & Associates Lim- 
ited, 2800 Park Place, 666 Burrard Street, Van- 
couver, B.C. V6C 2Z7. 

A-22941 Gimli Auto Body Ltd., 4017 Capi- 
lano Park Road, North Vancouver, B.C. V7R 
4L2. 

A-22947 Intermodal Marine Surveys Limited, 
1005 Dervent Way, Annacis Island, New West- 
minster, B.C. V3M 5R4. 

A-22944 P.T. Black Mineral Resource Man- 
agement Ltd., 507, 470 Granville Street, Van- 
couver, B.C. V6C IVS. 

A-22937 Sicotte Investments Ltd., 301, 1475 
Ellis Street, Kelowna, B.C. VIY 2A3. 


A-22940 Teltone Limited — Teltone Limitee, 
150, 10451 Shellbridge Way, Richmond, B.C. 
V6X 2W8. 

A-22943 The Imperial Pipe Line Company, 
Limited, 475 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, 
B.C. V6B 4M8. 

February 19, 1985 


A-22950 Calmont Leasing Ltd., 2500, 595 
Burrard Street (Box 49200), Vancouver, B.C. 
Vix Lib. 


March 7, 1985 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


353 





A-22948 Craddock Trucking Ltd., 101, 1109 
Commercial Drive, Vancouver, B.C. V5L 3X3. 

A-22952 Economy Mud Products Ltd., 650, 
1500 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6G 
3A9, 

A-22951 Pinpoint Retail Systems Inc., 475 
West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4M8. 

A-22949 Spinnaker Asset Management Inc., 
1700, 1075 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, 
B.C. V6E 3G2. 


February 20, 1985 

A-22953 Austrian Look Imports Inc., 2881 
Capilano Road, Vancouver, B.C. V7R 4H4. 

A-22954 315463 Alberta Ltd., 2800 Park 
Place, 666 Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 
227. 

February 21, 1985 
A-22957 Common Carriers, Inc., Box 10117, 
Pacific Centre South, 1245, 700 West Georgia 
Street, Vancouver, B.C. V7Y 1C6. 

A-22959 Don Wheaton Leasing Co. Ltd., 
325, 12th Street, New Westminster, B.C. V3M 
4HS. 

A-22958 Ihara and Company Ltd., 1700, 750 
West Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 2B8. 

A-22960 J.C.I. Japan Computer Inc., Suite 
301, 555 Sixth Street, New Westminster, B.C. 
V3L 4H1. 

A-22956 The Westgroup Travel Corp., 200, 
6300 No. 3 Road, Richmond, B.C. V6Y 2B3. 

A-22961 Uni-Globe International Energy 


Corporation, 500, 845 Cambie Street, Vancou- 
ver, B.C. V6B 5A3. [mh7 — 9967] 


RESTORATION 


Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to 
section 286 (1) of the B.C. Company Act, 
Cascade Foods Limited (33451), which 
was incorporated on the Ist day of March 
1955 under Certificate 33451 and was, on 
the 11th day of December 1982, struck off 
the register and dissolved, has this day, pur- 
suant to an order of the Court, been restored 
to the register under the name Cass Foods 
Ltd. February 18, 1985. — L. G. Huck, 
Deputy Registrar of Companies. [mh7 — 
9967] 


RESTORATION 


Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to 
section 286 (1) of the B.C. Company Act, 
Corman Contracting Ltd. (110383), 
which was incorporated on the 10th day of 
July 1972 under Certificate 110383 and 
was, on the 30th day of December 1983, 
struck off the register and dissolved, has this 
day, pursuant to an order of the Court, been 
restored to the register. February 18, 1985. 
— L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of Com- 
panies. [{mh7 — 9967] 


RESTORATION 


Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to 
section 286 (3) of the B.C. Company Act, 
Grace Finance Limited (57420), which 
was incorporated on the 25th day of July 
1963 under Certificate 57420 and was, on 
the 4th day of February 1983, struck off the 
register and dissolved, and was, on the Ist 
day of February 1984 restored to the register 
for a period of | year, has this day, pursuant 
to an order to the Court, been restored to the 


register for a period of | year. February 20, 
1985. —L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. |{mh7 — 9967] 





RESTORATION 

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to 
section 286 (1) of the B.C. Company Act, 
Hans Christian Toy Stores Ltd. 
(A-13246), which was registered as an 
extraprovincial company on the 20th day of 
June 1977 under Registration A-13246 and 
was, on the 30th day of December 1983, 
struck off the register and its registration 
cancelled, has this day, pursuant to an order 
of the Court, been restored to the register. 
February 21, 1985. — M. A. Jorre de St. 
Jorre, Registrar of Companies, |mh7 — 
9967] 





APPOINTMENT OF LIQUIDATOR 

Notice is hereby given that under section 
307 of the Company Act, Dunwoody Lim- 
ited, 1800, 1055 Dunsmuir Street, Vancou- 
ver, B.C. V7X ICS, has been appointed 
liquidator of International Daihakone 
Investment Ltd. by a special resolution 
passed at a general meeting of the company 
held on February 8, 1985. 

First appointment. 


Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 22nd day 
of February 1985. — Dunwoody Limited, 
Liquidator. [mh7] 


FINAL GENERAL MEETING 


Notice is hereby given that the final gen- 
eral meeting of the shareholders of Air B.C. 
Leasing Ltd. (in voluntary liquidation) will 
be held at 9.30 o’clock in the forenoon on 
the 21st day of March 1985, at the office of 
the liquidator, 16th Floor, 1055 West Hast- 
ings Street, Vancouver, B.C., for the pur 
pose of receiving from the liquidator his 
report showing how the winding-up has 
been conducted and the property of the com- 
pany has been disposed of. 


Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 28th day 
of February 1985. — P. Nicholas Geer, Liq- 
uidator. {mh7] 


MEETING OF CREDITORS 


Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to 
section 307 of the Company Act, a meeting 
of the creditors of International Daiha- 
kone Investment Ltd. (in voluntary liqui- 
dation) will be held in the boardroom of 
Dunwoody Limited, 1800, 1055 Dunsmuir 
Street, Vancouver, B.C., on Friday, the 8th 
day of March 1985, at the hour of 10 o'clock 
in the forenoon. 


Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 22nd day 
of February 1985. — Dunwoody Limited, 
Liquidator. [mh7] 


RESTORATION APPLICATION 


Take notice that an application will be 
made to the Supreme Court of British Co- 
lumbia at the Courthouse, Penticton, B.C., 
on behalf of a member of Decew Enterprises 
Ltd. , on the 22nd day of March 1985, at the 
hour of 9.45 o’clock in the forenoon, or so 
soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, for 
an order that Decew Enterprises Ltd. be 
restored to the register. 


Take notice that on the said application 
will be read the affidavit in support thereot 
of Mark Clark Decew. 

Dated at Penticton, B.C., this | 3th day of 
February 1985. [mh7] 

RESTORATION APPLICATION 

Take notice that an application will be 
made to the Supreme Court of British Co- 
lumbia at the Courthouse, 800 Smithe 
Street, Vancouver, B.C., on Tuesday, the 
2nd day of April 1985, at the hour of 9.45 
a.m., for an order that Lough Holdings 
Ltd., struck from the register of companies 
on the 4th day of January 1985, be restored 
to the register, pursuant to section 286 of the 
Company Act, 

And take notice that in support of the 
application will be read the affidavit of 
Terrance Dwight Lough. 

Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 20th day 
of February 1985. — Swinton & Co., Solic- 
itors. {mh7]| 





RESTORATION APPLICATION 

Take notice that an application will be 
made to the Supreme Court of British 
Columbia at the Courthouse, 800 Smithe 
Street, Vancouver, B.C., on behalf of a 
member of George M. Lyttle Holdings 
Ltd., on Friday, the 22nd day of March 
1985, at the hour of 9.45 o’clock in the 
forenoon, or so soon thereafter as counsel 
can be heard, for an order that George 
M. Lyttle Holdings Ltd. be restored to the 
register. 


And take notice that in support of the said 
application will be read the affidavit of 
George M. Lyttle, Jr., sworn the 27th day of 
February 1985. 


Dated at the City of Vancouver, Province 
of British Columbia, this 27th day of Febru- 
ary 1985. — William J. McFetridge, Solic- 
itor. {mh7] 


RESTORATION APPLICATION 


Take notice that an application will be 
made to the Supreme Court of British 
Columbia at the Courthouse, Nanaimo, 
B.C., on the 27th day of March 1985, at the 
hour of 10 o’clock in the forenoon, or so 
soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, for 
an order that Tujay Holdings Ltd. be re- 
stored to the register. 


Dated at Nanaimo, B.C., this 26th day of 
March 1985. — H. B. Heath, Solicitor. 
[mh7} 


RESTORATION APPLICATION 


Take notice that an application will be 
made to the Supreme Court of British Co- 
lumbia, Courthouse, 800 Smithe Street, 
Vancouver, B.C., on behalf of George Rail- 
ton, President of Raipub Enterprises Ltd., 
on the 13th day of March 1985, at the hour 
of 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon, or so soon 
thereafter as counsel can be heard, for an 
order that Raipub Enterprises Ltd. be re- 
stored to the register. 


Take notice that in support of the said 
application will be read the affidavit of 
George Railton, filed February 20, 1985. 


354 


Dated at West Vancouver, B.C., this 26th 
day of February 1985. — George Railton, 
President. {mh7] 


RESTORATION APPLICATION 


Take notice that an application will be 
made to the Supreme Court of British Co- 
lumbia, 800 Smithe Street, Vancouver, 
B.C., on behalf of a member of Cormorant 
Industries Ltd., on Friday, the 15th day of 
March 1985, at the hour of 9.45 o’clock in 
the forenoon, or so soon thereafter as coun- 
sel may be heard, for an order that Cor- 
morant Industries Ltd. be restored to the 
register. 


And take notice that in support of this 
application will be read the affidavit of M. 
Shelly Mirich, sworn the 27th day of Febru- 
ary 1985, and filed. 


Dated at the City of Vancouver, B.C., this 
27th day of February 1985. — Elaine J. 
Adair, Solicitor. {mh7] 


RESTORATION APPLICATION 


Take notice that an application will be 
made to the Supreme Court of British Co- 
lumbia at the Courthouse, Vernon, B.C., on 
behalf of Dynco Development Corporation, 
on the 15th day of March 1985, at the hour 
of 9.45 o’clock in the forenoon, or so soon 
thereafter as counsel can be heard, for an 
order that Dynco Development Corpora- 
tion be restored to the register of com- 
panies. 


Take notice that on the said application 
will be read the affidavit in support thereof 
of Raymond Vig, sworn herein the 28th day 
of February 1985, and filed. 


Dated at the City of Vernon, B.C., this 
28th day of February 1985. — Donald P. 
Wenger, Solicitor. [mh7] 


RESTORATION APPLICATION 


Take notice that an application will be 
made to the Supreme Court of British Co- 
lumbia at the Courthouse, Nanaimo, B.C., 
on behalf of Gayle Barnlund, the sole mem- 
ber of Ten Rue Frederick Limited, on the 
1Sth day of March 1985, at the hour of 10 
o’clock in the forenoon, or so soon there- 
after as counsel can be heard, for an order 
that Ten Rue Frederick Limited be re- 
stored to the register. 


Take notice that on the said application 
will be read the affidavit in support thereof 
of Gayle Barnlund, sworn herein the 28th 
day of February 1985, and filed. 


Dated at Nanaimo, B.C., this 28th day of 
February 1985. — Earl A. Bamford, Solic- 
itor. {mh7] 


RESTORATION APPLICATION 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 286 
(1) of the Company Act an application will 
be made to the Supreme Court of British 
Columbia at the Courthouse, New West- 
minster, on behalf of Salma Gilani, a direc- 
tor of Gilani Investments Limited (136933), 
on the 14th day of March 1985, at the hour 
of 9.45 o'clock in the forenoon, or so soon 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


thereafter as counsel can be heard, for an 
order that Gilani Investments Limited be 
restored to the register of companies. 


And further take notice that on the said 
application will be read the affidavit in sup- 
port of Salma Gilani, sworn herein the 18th 
day of December 1984. — Frank M. Baily, 
Solicitor. {mh7] 


WINDING-UP BY COURT ORDER AND 
APPOINTMENT OF LIQUIDATOR 


Notice is hereby given, pursuant to sec- 
tion 341 (2) of the Company Act, that 
Pioneer Trust Company, an extraprovin- 
cial company registered under the Company 
Act, is being wound up, pursuant to an order 
of The Honourable Mr. Justice MacLean of 
the Court of Queen’s Bench, Province of 
Saskatchewan, made on the | Sth day of Feb- 
ruary 1985, and that the undersigned 
Touche Ross Limited of the City of Regina, 
Province of Saskatchewan, has been 
appointed liquidator of the estate and effects 
of Pioneer Trust Company. 


Dated at Regina, Sask., this 21st day of 
February 1985. — Touche Ross Limited, 
Liquidator. {mh7] 


COOPERATIVE 


I hereby certify that New 99’er Users 
Group Co-operative has this day been 
incorporated as an association under the 
Cooperative Association Act and that the 
denomination of its shares is $1 each. 


The registered office of the association 
will be situate at Burnaby, Province of Brit- 
ish Columbia. 


Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this Sth day of February 
1985. — L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. {mh14 — 9930] 


B.C, COOPERATIVE 


I hereby certify that Crossroads Hous- 
ing Co-operative (CP-1476) has this day 
been incorporated as an association under 
the Cooperative Association Act and that the 
denomination of its shares is $10 each. 


The registered office of the association 
will be situate at Vancouver, Province of 
British Columbia. 


The objects for which the association is 
formed are: 


(a) To promote continuing co-operative 
housing associations, co-operative building 
groups and generally to promote improve- 
ments to housing conditions in the Province 
of British Columbia: 


(b) To provide housing accommodation 
of any class or kind for persons, at least the 
majority of whom are members of the asso- 
ciation, who will occupy the housing ac- 
commodation otherwise than as owners and 
who, if members of the association, have 
subscribed for shares of the association 
equivalent to the capital value of the unit of 
accommodation which they occupy or in- 
tend to occupy; and without limiting the 
generality of the foregoing, for that pur- 
pose, to own and to buy, sell, lease, ex- 
change, acquire and dispose of, and to con- 
struct, remodel and repair and to operate, 


March 7, 1985 


manage and maintain lands, buildings and 
chattels for residential purposes and uses 
ancillary thereto, for members and other 
persons to whom the association provides or 
intends to provide housing accommodation: 


(c) Subject to the Co-operative Associa- 
tion Act 1979, to enter into partnership or 
joint ventures with, to lend money to, to 
guarantee or become surety for, the indebt- 
edness or obligations of any corporation 
organized on a co-operative or non-profit 
basis. 

The objects specified in each paragraph 
hereof shall in no way be limited by refer- 
ence to, or inference from, the terms of any 
other paragraph or the name of the associa- 
tion, and the association shall have as ancill- 
ary and incidental powers those granted by 
the Co-operative Association Act 1979 as 
may be amended from time to time. 


Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 13th day of February 
1985. — L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. {mh21 — 9949] 


B.C, COOPERATIVE 


I hereby certify that Elford Housing Co- 
operative (CP-1472) has this day been in- 
corporated as an association under the 
Cooperative Association Act and that the 
denomination of its shares is $10 each. 


The registered office of the association 
will be situate at Victoria, Province of Brit- 
ish Columbia. 


The objects for which the association is 
formed are: 


(1) To promote continuing co-operative 
housing associations, co-operative building 
groups and generally to promote improve- 
ments to housing conditions in the Province 
of British Columbia: 


(2) To provide housing accommodation 
of any class or kind for persons, at least the 
majority of whom are members of the asso- 
ciation, who will occupy the housing ac- 
commodation otherwise than as owners and 
who, if members of the association, have 
subscribed for shares of the association 
equivalent to the capital value of the unit of 
accommodation which they occupy or in- 
tend to occupy; and without limiting the 
generality of the foregoing, for that pur- 
pose, to own and to buy, sell, lease, ex- 
change, acquire and dispose of, and to con- 
struct, renovate, remodel and repair and to 
operate, manage and maintain lands, build- 
ings and chattels for residential purposes 
and uses ancillary thereto, for members and 
other persons to whom the association 
provides or intends to provide housing ac- 
commodation: 


(3) Subject to the Cooperative Associa- 
tion Act, to enter into partnership or joint 
ventures with, to lend money to, and to 
guarantee or become surety for, the indebt- 
edness or obligations of any corporation 
organized on a co-operative or non-profit 
basis. 

The objects specified in each paragraph 
hereof shall in no way be limited by refer- 
ence to, or inference from, the terms of any 
other paragraph or the name of the associa- 
tion, and the association shall have as ancill- 


March 7, 1985 


ary and incidental powers those granted by 
the Cooperative Association Act as may be 
amended from time to time. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 11th day of February 
1985.— M.A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar 
of Companies. |mh21 — 9949] 





B.C, COOPERATIVE 

I hereby certify that Harriet Housing 
Cooperative (CP-1473) has this day been 
incorporated as an association under the Co- 
operative Association Act and that the de- 
nomination of its shares is $10 each. 

The registered office of the association 
will be situate at Victoria, Province of Brit- 
ish Columbia. 

The objects for which the association is 
formed are: 

(1) To promote continuing co-operative 
housing associations, co-operative building 
groups and generally to promote improve- 
ments to housing conditions in the Province 
of British Columbia: 


(2) To provide housing accommodation 
of any class or kind for persons, at least the 
majority of whom are members of the asso- 
ciation, who will occupy the housing ac- 
commodation otherwise than as owners and 
who, if members of the association, have 
subscribed for shares of the association 
equivalent to the capital value of the unit of 
accommodation which they occupy or in- 
tend to occupy; and without limiting the 
generality of the foregoing, for that pur 
pose, to own and to buy, sell, lease, ex- 
change, acquire and dispose of, and to con- 
struct, renovate, remodel and repair and to 
operate, manage and maintain lands, build- 
ings and chattels for residential purposes 
and uses ancillary thereto, for members and 
other persons to whom the association 
provides or intends to provide housing ac- 
commodation: 


(3) Subject to the Cooperative Associa- 
tion Act, to enter into partnership or joint 
ventures with, to lend money to, to guaran- 
tee or become surety for, the indebtedness or 
obligations of any corporation organized on 
a co-operative or non-profit basis. 


The objects specified in each paragraph 
hereof shall in no way be limited by refer- 
ence to, or inference from, the terms of any 
other paragraph or the name of the associa- 
tion, and the association shall have as ancill- 
ary and incidental powers those granted by 
the Cooperative Association Act as may be 
amended from time to time. 


Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 11th day of February 
1985.—M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar 
of Companies. {mh21 — 9949] 


B.C. COOPERATIVE 


I hereby certify that Synala Housing 
Co-operative (CP-1475) has this day been 
incorporated as an association under the 
Cooperative Association Act and that the 
denomination of its shares is $10 each. 


The registered office of the association 
will be situate at Vancouver, Province of 
British Columbia. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


355 





The objects for which the association 1s 
formed are: 

(a) To promote continuing co-operative 
housing associations, co-operative building 
groups and generally to promote improve- 
ments to housing conditions in the Province 
of British Columbia: 


(b) To provide housing accommodation 
of any class or kind for persons, at least the 
majority of whom are members of the asso- 
ciation, who will occupy the housing ac- 
commodation otherwise than as owners and 
who, if members of the association, have 
subscribed for shares of the association 
equivalent to the capital value of the unit of 
accommodation which they occupy or in- 
tend to occupy; and without limiting the 
generality of the foregoing, for that pur 
pose, to own and to buy, sell, lease, ex- 
change, acquire and dispose of, and to con- 
struct, remodel and repair and to operate, 
manage and maintain lands, buildings and 
chattels for residential purposes and uses 
ancillary thereto, for members and other 
persons to whom the association provides or 
intends to provide housing accommodation: 


(c) Subject to the Co-operative Associa- 
tion Act 1979, to enter into partnership or 
joint ventures with, to lend money to, to 
guarantee or become surety for, the indebt- 
edness or obligations of any corporation 
organized on a co-operative or non-profit 
basis. 


The objects specified in each paragraph 
hereof shall in no way be limited by refer- 
ence to, or inference from, the terms of any 
other paragraph or the name of the associa- 
tion, and the association shall have as ancill- 
ary and incidental powers those granted by 
the Co-operative Association Act 1979 as 
may be amended from time to time. 


Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 13th day of February 
1985. — L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. [mh21 — 9949] 


B.C. COOPERATIVE 


I hereby certify that Wupsahoon Native 
Co-operative (CP-1474) has this day been 
incorporated as an association under the Co- 
operative Association Act and that the 
denomination of its shares is $100 each. 


The registered office of the association 
will be situate at Port Simpson, Province of 
British Columbia. 


The objects for which the association is 
formed are: 


EM(a) To buy, propagate, breed, store, 
process, freeze, pack, can, salt, smoke, 
cure, preserve, deal in, transport, market, 
import and export, sell, and consign to 
agents for sale, fish of every kind and de- 
scription, including oysters, clams and 
other forms of shell fish and all products of 
the sea and by-products thereof and prod- 
ucts derived therefrom; and to act as the 
agent of the members of the co-operative 
and other persons in the purchase, sale or 
other disposition of all or any of the 
aforesaid products, by-products and prod- 
ucts derived therefrom or in the doing or 
causing to be done of all or any of the 
aforesaid acts or things: 


(b) To buy, sell, produce, manufacture, 
process and can, pack, freeze, preserve, 
store, market, transport, import and export 
and deal in all kinds of fruits, vegetables, 
provisions, meats, poultry, game, and other 
food products and by-products and products 
devived therefrom or any of the foregoing: 

(c) To acquire and operate stores, fish 
camps, machine shops, marine ways and net 
storage and repair facilities; and to buy, sell, 
manufacture and deal in goods, stores, con- 
sumable articles, chattels and effects of all 
kinds, both wholesale and retail: 


(d) To make arrangements with persons 
engaged in any trade, business or profession 
and others for services and concessions; to 
be members of the co-operative, ticket- 
holders, and others of any special rights, 
privileges, discounts, benefits and advan- 
tages, and to transact agency business: 

(e) To do or cause to be done any or all of 
the following acts or things either by itself 
or by any person or body corporate or in 
conjunction with any person or body corpo- 
rate, that is to say, to buy, sell, receive, 
transport, store, pack, freeze, process, can, 
preserve, warehouse, take and offer on con- 
signment, deliver and market produce of the 
sea, by-products thereof and products de- 
rived therefrom on behalf or itself, its mem- 
bers, or any other person or persons; and to 
make arrangements by contract, by-law, or 
otherwise with such members, person or 
persons as to the manner or doing or causing 
to be done or all of the said acts or things and 
as to the amount and application of deduc- 
tions to be made from the proceeds of sale or 
disposition of such products, by-products 
and products derived therefrom, and as to 
the manner of distribution and payment of 
the balance of the said proceeds of sale and 
to mortgage, pledge, or hypothecate under 
the Bank Act, or otherwise charge or en- 
cumber products of the sea, by-products 
thereof and products derived therefrom and 
other assets and property for the purpose of 
providing money to meet operating costs 
and to make advances to the persons who 
have delivered the same to the co-operative: 


(f) To engage in the formation, participa- 
tion, supervision, management, ownership 
and control of any business or company and 
for such purpose to appoint and pay man- 
agers, professional persons and agents to 
manage, operate and carry on that business 
or company. 


Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 12th day of February 
1985. — L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. [mh21 — 9949] 


APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY 


Notice is hereby given that the Lutheran 
Life Insurance Society of Canada has ap- 
pointed Larry Balback of Suite 1, 13692 — 
72nd Avenue, Surrey, B.C. V3W 2P4 as its 
attorney for the purposes of the /nsurance 


356 


Act in place of Brian H. Hagedorn of Surrey, 
B.C. February 4, 1985. — Rupert L. Bull- 
ock, Superintendent of Insurance. |mh7] 


APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY 


Notice is hereby given that the Royal Life 
Insurance Company of Canada has 
appointed Gary Sears of Suite 1250, 
Oceanic Plaza, 1066 West Hastings Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3Y7, as its attorney 
for the purposes of the /nsurance Act in 
place of Glenn E. Osborne of Vancouver, 
B.C. February 11, 1985. — Rupert L. Bull- 
ock, Superintendent of Insurance. {mh14}] 


APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY 


Notice is hereby given that the Royal Life 
Insurance Limited has appointed Gary 
Sears of Suite 1250, Oceanic Plaza, 1066 
West Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E 
3Y7, as its attorney for the purposes of the 
Insurance Act in place of Glenn E. Osborne 
of Vancouver, B.C. February 11, 1985. — 
Rupert L. Bullock, Superintendent of Insur- 
ance. {mhl14] 


APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY 


Notice is hereby given that the Royal In- 
surance Company of Canada has 
appointed Gary Sears of Suite 1250, 
Oceanic Plaza, 1066 West Hastings Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3Y7, as its attorney 
for the purposes of the /nsurance Act in 
place of Glenn E. Osborne of Vancouver, 
B.C. February 11, 1985. — Rupert L. Bull- 
ock, Superintendent of Insurance. {mh14] 


CEASED BUSINESS IN PROVINCE 


Notice is hereby given that RoyNat 
Guarantee Corporation has ceased to 
carry on business of insurance within the 
Province of British Columbia and that the 
corporation has no outstanding and unpaid 
claims in respect of any policies written by it 
and that all contracts have been fully dis- 
charged. February 26, 1985. — David R. 
Holbrook, F.1.1.c., Deputy Superintendent 
of Insurance and Real Estate. {mh28} 


LICENSED BUSINESS IN 
PROVINCE 


Notice is hereby given that the Canadian 
Northern Shield Insurance Company was 
licensed on the 29th day of January 1985, 
under the /nsurance Act, to undertake 
within the Province of British Columbia, 
automobile, accident and sickness, boiler, 
fire, guarantee, inland transportation, 
livestock, plate glass, property damage, 
sprinkler leakage, theft and weather insur- 
ance. 


Its head office in British Columbia is situ- 
ated at 151 West Esplanade, North Vancou- 
ver, B.C. V7M IAI. February 26, 1985. — 
David R. Holbrook, F.1.1.c., Deputy Super- 
intendent of Insurance and Real Estate. 
{mh28] 





CHANGE OF NAME 


I hereby certify that Townsite Business 
Association has this day changed its name 
to the name Townsite Association of Busi- 
ness (S-19092). 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, B.C., this 18th day of February 
1985. — L. G. Huck, Deputy Registrar of 
Companies. |mh7 — 9967] 





DISSOLUTION 


I, M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar of 
Companies, hereby give notice that the fol- 
lowing society was struck off the register 
and dissolved, pursuant to section 71 of the 
B.C. Society Act: 


February 27, 1985 


S-19367 The Wilson Foundation Society. 
{mh7 — 9976] 





DISSOLUTION 


I, M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar of 
Companies, hereby give notice that, pur- 
suant to section 71 of the B.C. Society Act, 
the under-mentioned society was struck off 
the register and dissolved on the 22nd day of 
February 1985: 


February 22, 19°5 


S-11665 Queen Charlotte Islands Regional 
Health & Human Resources Society. 
[mh7 — 9976] 





INCORPORATIONS 


I, M. A. Jorre de St. Jorre, Registrar of 
Companies, hereby give notice of the incor- 
poration for the following societies and the 
address of their offices: 


February 15, 1985 


S-19930 Dawson Creek & District Promo- 
tional Society, Highway 2 and Seigert Road, 
General Delivery, Tomslake, B.C. VOC 2L0. 

S-19932 Penticton Singers and Players 
Society, 1039 Kensington Street, Penticton, B.C. 
V2A 4N1. 

S-19931 Vancouver Theatresports League, 
City Stage, 751 Thurlow Street, Vancouver, B.C. 
V6E 3V5. 

February 18, 1985 


S-19935 House of Judah Outreach Ministries 
Society, 26096 — 98th Avenue (RR 3), Maple 
Ridge, B.C. V2X 8X7. 

S-19933 Johann Strauss Foundation, 25 Bas- 
tion Square, Victoria, B.C. V8W 2N2. 

S-19934 The Sanctuary Social Club, 10 
Esplanade (Box 250), Nanaimo, B.C. V9R 5K9. 


February 19, 1985 


S-19939 Crisis Pregnancy Centre of Vancou- 
ver Society, 810 West Broadway (Box 44), Van- 
couver, B.C. V5Z 4C9. 

S-19937 Northern Lights for Africa Society, 
Suite 2650, Park Place, 666 Burrard Street, Van- 
couver, B.C. V6C 2X8. 

S-19940 Penticton Secondary School 75th 
Anniversary Bursary and Scholarship Founda- 
tion, c/o Boyle & Company, 284 Main Street, 
Penticton, B.C. V2A SBS. 

S-19938 Southside Gymnastics Club, 3, 375 
Reid Street, Quesnel, B.C. V2J 2MS. 

S-19936 Toybox for Kids Society 1985, 3104 
— 32nd Avenue, Vernon, B.C. V1T 2M1. 


February 20, 1985 


S-19944 Eelam Tamil United Front Society of 
British Columbia, 161 East 24th Avenue, Van- 
couver, B.C. V5T 1Z5. 

S-19941 Handia Baba East-West Children’s 
Hospital and Foundation, 5, 107 West First 
Street, North Vancouver, B.C. V7M IBI, 


March 7, 1985 


S-19943 O.A.S.I. Organization for Assis- 
tance and Services to Italians, c/o Maria 
Bisogain, 4387 Atlee Avenue, Burnaby, B.C. 
VSG 3R7. 

S-19942 Praise Christian Fellowship Society, 
201, 2434 Clearbrook Road, Clearbrook, B.C. 
V2T 2X8. 

S-19945 The B.C. Lions Alumni Association 
Foundation, 1700, 1075 West Georgia Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3G2. 


February 21, 1985 
S-19946 William Head on Stage Theatre 
Society, William Head Institution, Box 4000, 
Station A, Victoria, B.C. V8X 3Y8. [mh7 — 
9967] 


MINISTRY OF ENERGY, MINES AND 
PETROLEUM RESOURCES 


COAL LICENCE APPLICATION 


Take notice that Ralph A. Parks, agent for 
Esso Resources Canada Limited, 237 
Fourth Avenue SW., Calgary, Alta. T2E 
OH6, holder of valid Free Miner’s Licence 
266196, hereby applies to the Minister of 
Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources for 
licences to explore for and develop coal in 
the following coal land situated in the Cas- 
siar Land District: 


NTS Map 104A/14: Block K, Unit 93. 


NTS Map 104H/3: Block C, Unit 55. 
{mh14] 


COAL LICENCE APPLICATION 


Take notice that Alex Kiess, Box 2266, 
Vancouver, B.C., valid FMC 274033, 
hereby applies to the Minister of Energy, 
Mines and Petroleum Resources for licences 
to explore for and develop coal on Land Lots 
2899, 2907, 2908 in the Cassiar Land Dis- 
trict. [mh21] 


MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT 


POLLUTION AMENDMENT 


This application is to be filed with the 
Regional Waste Manager, 2569 Kenworth 
Road, Nanaimo, B.C. V9T 4P7. 


Any person who may be affected by the 
amendment to Permit PR-5280 described 
below may, within 30 days from the date of 
posting, publication, service or display, 
State in writing to the Manager how he is 
affected. 


Preamble — The purpose of this applica- 
tion is to amend the permit to increase the 
quantity of refuse deposited at the site. 


John W. Chew, of Chew Excavating 
Ltd., hereby applies for amendment(s), as 
described below, to Waste Management Per- 
mit PR-5280 granted on April 10, 1979, 
which authorized the discharge of inert mu- 
nicipal refuse from a landfill and controlled 
burning operation located at Vancouver Is- 
land, B.C., to the land. 


AMENDMENTS REQUESTED 
Before: |. The quantity of refuse which 
may be discharged is 23 cubic metres per 


day for 100 days per year. 2. The maximum 
quantity of wastes to be treated (burned) 


March 7, 1985 


shall not exceed 920 cubic metres per year, 
and the maximum burning frequency shall 
not be more than 4 times per year. 

After: 1. The quantity of refuse which 
may be discharged is 150 cubic metres per 
day for 300 days per year. 2. The maximum 
quantity of wastes to be burned shall not 
exceed 16,000 cubic metres per year, and 
the maximum burning frequency shall not 
be more than 6 times per year. 

This application, dated on February 4, 
1985, was posted on the ground in accord- 
ance with the Waste Management Regula- 
tions. — John W. Chew, Agent. [mh7 — 
9964] 


POLLUTION AMENDMENT 

This application is to be filed with the 
Ministry of Environment, Waste Manage- 
ment Branch, 3547 Skaha Lake Road, Pen- 
ticton, B.C. V2A 7K2. 

Any person who may be affected by the 
amendment to Permit PE-86 described be- 
low may, within 30 days from the date of 
posting, publication, service or display, 
state in writing to the Manager how he is 
affected. 


Preamble — The purpose of this applica- 
tion is to reduce monitoring requirements as 
outlined in appendices C-1 and C-2. To in- 
corporate ground infiltration into the permit 
for the disposal of effluent in excess of the 
amount that can be stored in the reservoir 
over the winter months. To change the name 
on the permit to reflect the recent upgrading 
of Osoyoos from ‘Village’ to “Town.” 


Lockie A. Miles, Clerk Administrator, of 
the Town of Osoyoos, B.C., hereby applies 
for amendment(s), as described below, to 
Waste Management Permit PE-86 granted 
on May 27, 1983, which authorized the dis- 
charge of 500,000 cubic metres per year of 
effluent from a municipal sewerage system 
located at Osoyoos, B.C., to the land. 


AMENDMENTS REQUESTED 


Appendix C-1 (Treatment Lagoons) 


To remove the requirement for coliform 
analysis, all other parameters frequencies, 
etc., to remain unchanged. 


Appendix C-2 (Storage Reservoir) 


To remove the requirements for sus- 
pended solids, BOD, nutrient, conductivity 
and pH analysis. Coliform analysis would 
continue to be done over the period of dis- 
charge. 

Appendix 1-B 

To change the period of use from existing 
dates, to April 1 to October 31, and to 
change quantity of effluent: a maximum of 


1 360 cubic metres to an average of 1 360 
cubic metres per day. 


Appendix 1-D 
To change 2 aerated to 3 as is the actual 
case. 
Appendix 0] 


To add to the permit to allow the use of the 
existing ground infiltration basin for the dis- 
posal of effluent in excess of the amount that 
can be stored in the reservoir over the 
winter. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


357 





Name changed from ‘Corporation of the 
Village of Osoyoos” to “Town of Osoyoos.” 

New box number: 3010 Osoyoos, B.C. 
VOH 1VO. 

This application, dated on February 5, 
1985, was posted on the ground in accord- 
ance with the Waste Management Regula- 
tions. — Lockie A. Miles, Agent. [mh7 — 
9964] 





POLLUTION AMENDMENT 

This application is to be filed with the 
Regional Waste Manager, 3547 Skaha Lake 
Road, Penticton, B.C. V2A 7K2. 

Any person who may be affected by the 
amendment to Permit PE-6489 described 
below may, within 30 days from the date of 
posting, publication, service or display, 
state in writing to the Manager how he is 
affected. 

Preamble — The purpose of this applica- 
tion is to amend the permit by changing the 
owner’s name, land use, method of treat- 
ment and reducing the total quantity of 
effluent to be discharged. Effluent would 
continue to be discharged to ground. 


Lou Frimet, 15407 North Lakeshore, 
Summerland, B.C. VOH 1Z0, hereby ap- 
plies for amendment(s), as described below, 
to Waste Management Permit PE-6489 
granted on March 6, 1982, last amended 
December 30, 1982, which authorized the 
discharge of effluent from a condominium 
complex located at Summerland, B.C., to 
the ground. 


AMENDMENTS REQUESTED 


Before: Name: Kar-Lin Holdings Inc., 
9921 Main Street (Box 520), Summerland, 
B.C. VOH 1Z0. Land use — Condominium 
complex. Quantity — 84 cubic metres per 
day. Quality — 5-day BOD, 20 mg/L; total 
suspended solids, 30 mg/L. Using rotary 
disc type secondary treatment plant. 


After: Name — Lou Frimet, 15407 North 
Lakeshore, Summerland, B.C. VOH 1Z0. 
Land use Mobile home park and con- 
dominium complex. Quantity — 50 cubic 
metres per day. Quality — Septic tank 
effluent with subsurface disposal field 
lengths in accordance with 1975 Pollution 
Control Objectives and with 2-metres 
lateral spacing. 


This application, dated on February 8, 
1985, was posted on the ground in accord- 
ance with the Waste Management Regula- 
tions. — Brian P. Johnson, Agent. [mh7 — 
9964] 





POLLUTION AMENDMENT 


This application is to be filed with the 
Ministry of Environment, 2569 Kenworth 
Road, Nanaimo, B.C. 


Any person who may be affected by the 
amendment to Permit PR-5800 described 
below may, within 30 days from the date of 
posting, publication, service or display, 
State in writing to the Manager how he is 
affected. 


Preamble — The purpose of this applica- 
tion is to allow burning of dryland log sort 
debris and disposal of remaining wood ash 
to the existing refuse-disposal site author- 
ized by Permit PR-5800. 

Whonnock Industries Limited, Suite 
3063, Box 49114, 595 Burrard Street, Van- 
couver, B.C., hereby applies for amend- 
ment(s), as described below, to Waste Man- 
agement Permit PR-5800 granted on March 
31, 1981, which authorized the discharge of 
municipal wastes from a logging-camp 
located at Port Neville, B.C., to landfill 
area. 

AMENDMENTS REQUESTED 

Section (a) — The discharge of refuse to 
which this Appendix is applicable is as fol- 
lows: 

Before: From a logging camp. After: 
From a logging camp and dryland sort. 

Section (b) — The quantity of refuse 
which may be discharged is as follows: 

Before: 0.01 tonnes per day, maximum 
annual, 1.8 tonnes. After: A maximum of 
200 cubic metres of wood ash per year and a 
maximum of 150 cubic metres of municipal 
refuse per year. 

Section (c) — The type of refuse which 
maybe discharged is as follows: 

Before: Municipal. After: Industrial and 
municipal. 


Section (d) — The nature or charac- 
teristics of the refuse which may be dis- 
charged are as follows: 


Before: Typical municipal refuse. After: 
Typical municipal refuse and wood ash. 


Section (f) — The land from which the 
refuse originates is as follows: 


Before: Loughborough Forest SUP 9028. 
After: Municipal refuse — Unsurveyed, 
Range 1| , Coast District. Industrial refuse — 
Lots 399 and 1371, Range 1, Coast District. 


This application, dated on February 5, 
1985, was posted on the ground in accord- 
ance with the Waste Management Regula- 
tions. — G. K. Pokrandt, Agent. [mh7 — 
6964] 


POLLUTION AMENDMENT 


This application is to be filed with the 
Regional Manager, 3726 Alfred Street, 
Smithers, B.C. VOJ 2NO. 


Any person who may be affected by the 
amendment to Permit PA-2552 described 
below may, within 30 days from the date of 
posting, publication, service or display, 
state in writing to the Manager how he is 
affected. 


Preamble — The purpose of this applica- 
tion is to change certain permit conditions 
based on a change in production methods, 
improved environmental monitoring meth- 
ods and a larger environmental data base. 
Also, several minor housekeeping-type 
changes have been requested. 


Arthur S. Reid, of Alcan Smelters and 
Chemicals Ltd., hereby apply for amend- 
ment(s), as described below, to Waste Man- 
agement Permit PA-2552 granted on Oc- 
tober 10, 1975, last amended February 23, 


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1981, which authorized the discharge of 
contaminants from an aluminum smelter lo- 
cated at Kitimat, B.C., to the air. 


AMENDMENTS REQUESTED 


Appendix 06, Section (b) 
Before: The rate of discharge or emission 
(dry basis) authorized is maximum, 71,000 
mol/s.; average, 71,000 mol/s. 


After: The rate of discharge or emission 
(dry basis) authorized is maximum, 
115,000 m3/min.; average, 115,000 m3/ 
min. 


Appendix 07, Section (b) 


Before: The rate of discharge of emission 
(dry basis) authorized is maximum, 
141,000 mol/s.; average, 141,000 mol/s. 


After: The rate of discharge of emission 
(dry basis) authorized is maximum, 
230,000 m3/min.; average, 230,000 
m3/min. 

Before: Those works authorized and pro- 
posed must be completed and in operation 
on and from the date of this appendix. 


After: Those works authorized and pro- 
posed must be completed and in operation 
by December 31, 1989. 


Appendix 17, Section (f) 


Before: Those works authorized and pro- 
posed must be completed and in operation 
on and from the date of this appendix. 


After: Those works authorized and pro- 
posed must be completed and in operation 
by December 31, 1989. 


Appendix 18, Section (a) 


Before: The discharge of emission of 
contaminants into the air applicable to this 
appendix is from stacks (11) associated with 
the casting furnaces | to 3 and 5 to 10, 
inclusive, in Building 114A, and Skim 
Room A, Building 123. 

After: The discharge or emission of con- 
taminants into the air applicable to this ap- 
pendix is from stacks (7) associated with the 
casting furnaces 1, 2,5, 6, 7 and 9 in Build- 
ing 114 and the baghouse in Building 123. 


Appendix 18, Section (c) 

Before: The characteristics of the con- 
taminants shall be equivalent to or better 
than total daily average particulate, 2.75 
mg/mol. (maximum, 2.75 mg/mol., 1.5 
min./day, once /10 days); daily average 
chloride, 15 ppm (mxmimum 40 ppm 15 
min/day, once/10 days). 


After: The characteristics of the con- 
taminants shall be typical of casting fur- 
naces using chlorine for fluxing at a max- 
imum rate of 0.50 kilograms per tonne of 
total aluminum produced. 


Appendix 21, Section (a) 

Before: The discharge or emission of 
contaminants into the air applicable to this 
appendix is from the stack associated with 
the ventilation of the Marinite Shop, Build- 
ing 124. 

After: The discharge or emission of con- 
taminants into the air applicable to this 
appendix is from the stack associated with 
the ventilation of the Refractory Materials 
Shop, Building 124. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


Appendix 21, Section (d) 

Before: The works authorized are hooded 
machines that work compressed asbestos, 
bagfilter, fans, ducts and related appurte- 
nances. 


After: The works authorized are hooded 
machines that work insulation material, 
bagfilter, fans, ducts and related appurte- 
nances. 


Appendix 27, Section (a) 


Before: The discharge or emission of 
contaminants into the air applicable to this 
appendix is from the stacks (3) associated 
with the operations of the Soderberg Paste 
Plant and Studblasting, Building 132 and 
136. 


After: The discharge or emission of con- 
taminants into the air applicable to this 
appendix is from the stack (1) associated 
with the opertions of Studblasting, Building 
136. 


Appendix 28, Section (a) 


Before: The discharge of contaminants 
into the air applicable to the appendix is 
from the stacks (3) associated with the ven- 
tilation of the Potlining and Potroom Service 
operation, Buildings 234, 244 and 245. 


After: The discharge of contaminants 
into the air applicable to the appendix is 
from the stacks (6) associated with the ven- 
tilation of the potlining mix plant, Building 
244 (3), the carbon crushing and reclaiming 
center, Building 231 (1), cathode block rod- 
ding, Building 245 (1), and gas skirt shot- 
blast, Building 234 (1). 


Appendix 16, Section (c) 


Before: The characteristics of the con- 
taminants shall be equivalent or better than 
total daily particulate, 5.5 mg/mol (max- 
imum 5.5 mg/mol., 24 hours/day, continu- 
ous); total daily, SO, 800 ppm (maximum, 
800 ppm, 24 hours/day, continuous). 


After: The characteristics of the con- 
taminants shall be equivalent to or better 
than total daily particulate, 280 mg/m? 
(maximum 280 mg/m, 24 hours/day, con- 
tinuous). 


This application, dated on February 25, 
1985, was posted on the ground in accord- 
ance with the Waste Management Regula- 
tions. — Arthur S. Reid, Agent. [mh7 — 
9964] 


POLLUTION APPLICATION 


This application is to be filed with the 
Regional Waste Manager, 310 Ward Street, 
Nelson, B.C. VIL 5S4. 


Any person who may be affected by the 
discharge of the waste described below may, 
within 30 days from the date of posting, 
publication, service or display, state in writ- 
ing to the Manager how he is affected. 


Preamble — The purpose of this applica- 
tion is to obtain a permit for an emission 
from a wood-waste burner. 

P. Remple Shake & Shingle Co. Ltd., 
Box 31, Meadow Creek, B.C., hereby 
applies for a permit to discharge or emit 
contaminant(s) into the air from a cedar 


March 7, 1985 


shake mill located at Cooper Creek, and 
gives notice of application to all persons 
affected. 


The land upon which the works are 
located is Lot 4, District Lot 7087, Koote- 
nay District, Plan 10934. 


The discharge or emission shall be 
located at mill site. 


The rate of discharge is (dry basis): Dura- 
tion, 10 hours per day; frequency, 5 days per 
week. 


The operating period during which con- 
taminants will be discharged is 5 days per 
week, 8 hours per day. 


The type of treatment to be applied to the 
contaminant(s) is woodwaste burner. 


This application, dated on February 20, 
1985, was posted on the ground in accord- 
ance with the Waste Management Regula- 
tions. — Perry Remple, Agent. [mh7 — 
9964] 


POLLUTION APPLICATION 


This application is to be filed with the 
Regional Waste Manager, 310 Ward Street, 
Nelson, B.C. VIL 5S4. 


Any person who may be affected by the 
discharge of the waste described below may, 
within 30 days from the last date of posting, 
publication, service or display, state in writ- 
ing to the Manager how he is affected. 


Preamble — The purpose of this applica- 
tion is to obtain a permit for landfill with 
occasional burning. 


Strom Bros. Contracting Ltd., Box 58, 
Crawford Bay, B.C., hereby applies for a 
permit to discharge refuse from sawmill 
located at one kilometre north on Crawford 
Creek Road, and gives notice of application 
to all persons affected. 


The refuse-disposal site of approximately 
one-quarter acre shall be located at Lot 
6937, Plan 775, District Lot 4595, Koote- 
nay District, which is approximately the lot 
divided by Crawford Creek Road. 


The type of refuse to be discharged shall 
be 90% wood waste and 10% inert material. 


The quantity of refuse to be discharged 
shall be as follows: Average daily discharge 
(based on operating period), 5 cubic metres. 
Total annual discharge, 1 000 cubic metres. 


The operating period during which the 
refuse will be discharged shall be 8 hours 
per day, 5 days per week. 


The nature or characteristics (in per cent 
by weight) of the refuse to be discharged is 
estimated to be 90% wood waste and 10% 
inert material. 


The type of treatment to be applied to the 
refuse is landfilling and regulated burning. 


This application, dated on February 14, 
1985, was posted on the ground in accord- 
ance with the Waste Management Regula- 
tions. — Einar Strom, Agent. [mh7 — 
9964] 


POLLUTION APPLICATION 
This application is to be filed with the 


Regional Waste Manager, 310 Ward Street, 
Nelson, B.C. VIL 5S4. 


March 7, 1985 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


359 





Any person who may be adversely af- 
fected by the discharge or storage of the 
waste may within 30 days from the last date 
of posting under section 3 (a) or publication, 
service or display under section 4, write to 
the manager stating how he is affected. 

Preamble — The purpose of this applica- 
tion is to obtain a permit to stockpile wood 
waste, open burn, and landfill residue. 

Meadow Creek Cedar Ltd., Box 970, 
Kaslo, B.C., hereby applies for a permit to 
discharge refuse from a sawmill located at 
Meadow Creek, and gives notice of applica- 
tion to all person affected. 

The refuse-disposal site of approximately 
2 acres will be located at Lot 1, Plan 8402, 
District Lot 1025, except part included in 
PL 14242, which is approximately in 
sawmill yard. 

The type of refuse to be discharged will 
be wood waste. 

The rate of discharge will be: Average 
daily (based on operating period), 500 cubic 
metres. Total annual discharge, 150 000 
cubic metres. 


The operating period during which the 
refuse will be discharged will be 2 shifts, 
5 days per week. Total residue annually 
landfilled, | 500 cubic metres after burn. 


The composition of the refuse (in per cent 
by weight or volume) is estimated to be 95% 
wood waste and 5% inert. 


The type and frequency of treatment to be 
applied is open burning once per year with 
landfilling of residue. 

A copy of this application was posted at 
the site in accordance with the Waste Man- 
agement Regulations on February 20, 1985. 


Dated this 20th day of February 1985. — 
Ed. Aldinger. [mh7 — 9964] 


MINISTRY OF FORESTS 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A24641 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(1) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale at public auction by the Regional 
Manager, 640 Borland Street, Williams 
Lake, B.C., at 11 a.m., on the 11th day of 
March 1985, a timber sale licence to author- 
ize the harvesting of 500 000 cubic metres of 
timber comprised of 78% lodgepole pine 
and 22% other species located in the Tatla, 
Anahim and Chilcotin supply blocks of the 
Williams Lake timber supply area. 


Term: Ten years. 


Provided any eligible bidder who is un- 
able to attend the auction in person, may 
submit a sealed tender, to be opened at the 
hour of auction and treated as one bid. 


Details of the proposed timber sale li- 
cence may be obtained from the Regional 
Manager, 640 Borland Street, Williams 
Lake V2G 1R8, or the District Manager, 
Alexis Creek VOL 1A0. [mh7 — 9934] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A24690 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(1) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale at public auction by the Regional 
Manager, Williams Lake, B.C., at 1 p.m. on 


the 3rd day of April 1985, a timber sale 
licence to authorize the harvesting of 66 675 
cubic metres of timber comprised of 39% 
spruce, 35% pine, 16% balsam and 10% 
other species located northeast of Williams 
Lake. 

Term: One year. 

Provided any eligible bidder who is 
unable to attend the auction in person may 
submit a sealed tender to be opened at the 
hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Details of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the Regional 
Manager, 640 Borland Street, Williams 
Lake V2G IR8, District Manager, Box 69, 
Horsefly VOL 1L0, or Likely Field Office, 
Box 7, Likely VOL INO. [mh7 — 9965] 





ERRATUM 
The notice below corrects and replaces 
the notice for Timber Sale Licence (Major) 
A22139 published on page 276 of the Febru- 
ary 21, 1985 edition of The British Colum- 
bia Gazette. 


Timber Sale Licence (Major) A22139 

Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(1) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale at public auction by the District 
Manager (4 Mile), Nelson, B.C., at 10 a.m. 
(local time) on the 18th day of April 1985, a 
Timber Sale Licence (Major) A22139 to 
authorize the harvesting of 20 000 cubic 
metres of timber annually for a period of 10 
years from lands within Supply Blocks A 
and B of the Kootenay Lake Timber Supply 
Area. 


Provided anyone who is unable to attend 
the auctin in person may submit a sealed 
tender, to be opened at the hour of auction 
and treated as one bid. The successful ap- 
policant will be considered as a designated 
applicant under section 16 of the Forest Act 
for the purpose of applying for further tim- 
ber in the Kootenay Lake Timber Supply 
Area. 


Applications for the timber sale licence 
will only be accepted from parties (a) who 
are not established licensees and are willing 
to expand, or maintain, or construct a tim- 
ber-processing facility capable of utilizing 
annually all of the volume tendered, or (b) 
who are established licensees and currently 
have a Crown timber supply of no more than 
60% of the forest service estimate of their 
mill capacity of 440 shifts per year; estab- 
lished licensees are those who hold renewa- 
ble licences for the harvesting of Crown 
timber. Established licensees who qualify 
under part (b) must be willing to meet the 
mill requirements under part (a). 


Details of the proposed timber sale li- 
cence (major) may be obtained from the 
Regional Manager, 518 Lake Street, Nelson 
V1L 4C6, or the District Manager, Ridge- 
wood Road (RR 1), Nelson VIL 5P4, or 
Kaslo Field Office, Kaslo VOG IMO. [mh7 
— 9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A22620 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(3) (a) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale at public auction by the District 


Manager, Hazelton, at 11 a.m. on the 15th 
day of March 1985, a timber sale licence to 
authorize the harvesting of 3 026 cubic 
metres of timber located near Shegunia 
River, Lots 2917 and 2918, Cassiar Land 
District. 

Term: One year. 

Bids can be accepted only from small 
business enterprises, as defined in the reg- 
ulations. 

Provided any eligible bidder who is 
unable to attend the auction in person may 
submit a sealed tender, to be opened at the 
hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

This licence will be awarded under the 
provisions of section 16 (3) (a) of the Forest 
Act, which restricts bidding to persons reg- 
istered in the Small Business Enterprise 
Program, Categories | and 2. 


Details of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the District 
Manager, Kispiox Forest District, Box 215, 
Hazelton VOJ 1 YO. [mh7 — 9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A24154 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(3) (a) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale at public auction by the District 
Manager, Hazelton, at 2 p.m. on the 15th 
day of March 1985, a timber sale licence to 
authorize the harvesting of 6 683 cubic 
metres of timber located near Shegunia 
River, Lot 2517 Cassiar Land District. 


Term: One year. 


Bids can be accepted only from small 
business enterprises, as defined in the reg- 
ulations. 


Provided any eligible bidder who is 
unable to attend the auction in person may 
submit a sealed tender, to be opened at the 
hour of auction and treated as one bid. 


This licence will be awarded under the 
provisions of section 16 (3) (a) of the Forest 
Act, which restricts bidding to persons reg- 
istered in the Small Business Enterprise 
Program, Categories | and 2. 


Details of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the District 
Manager, Kispiox Forest District, Box 215, 
Hazelton VOJ 1Y0. [mh7 — 9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A22135 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(1) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale at public auction by the District 
Manager, Kootenay Lake District Office 
(4 Mile), Nelson, B.C., at 1.30 p.m. (local 
time) on the 21st day of March 1985, Tim- 
ber Sale Licence A22135 to authorize the 
harvesting of 21 345 cubic metres of timber 
located near Upper Duncan River at 122 
kilometres on the Duncan Forest Road for a 
term of one year. 


Bids can be accepted only from small 
business enterprises, as defined in the reg- 
ulations (B.C. Reg. 417/82). Provided any 
eligible bidder who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed 
tender, to be opened at the hour of auction 
and treated as one bid. 


360 


Details of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the Regional 
Manager, 518 Lake Street, Nelson VIL 
4C6, or the District Manager, Ridgewood 
Road (RR 1), Nelson, V1L 5P4, or Kaslo 
Field Office, Kaslo VOG 1MO. 


This licence will be awarded under the 
provisions of section 16 (3) (a) of the Forest 
Act, which restricts bidding to persons reg- 
istered in the Small Business Enterprise 
Program, Category | or 2. 


For Category | only, licensee must own 
major logging equipment applicable to 
standard sawlog sales. 

For Category 2 only, a minimum of 50% 
of the volume of timber harvested from this 
licence must be processed in the timber- 
processing facility owned or operated by the 
licensee as stated in his small business dec- 
laration to the Minister of Forests. [mh7 — 
9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A21695 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(1) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale by public auction by the District 
Manager, Prince Rupert, B.C., at 1.30 p.m. 
on the 29th day of March 1985, a timber sale 
licence to authorize the harvesting of 4 789 
cubic metres of timber located at Edye Pas- 
sage. 

Term: Two years. 


This licence will be awarded under the 
provisions of section 16 (3) (a) of the Forest 
Act, which restricts bidding to persons reg- 
istered in the Small Business Program, Cat- 
egories | and 2. 

Bids can be accepted only from small 
business enterprises, as defined in the reg- 
ulations. 


Bonus bids will apply across the board for 
competitive species. 

Details of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the District 
Manager, 125 Market Place, Prince Rupert 
V8J 1B9. 

Provided any eligible bidder who is 
unable to attend the auction in person may 
submit a sealed tender, to be opened at the 
hour of auction and treated as one bid. [mh7 
— 9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A21568 

Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(1) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale by public auction by the District 
Manager, Prince Rupert, B.C., at 2.30 p.m. 
on the 29th day of March 1985, a timber sale 
licence to authorize the harvesting of 15 382 
cubic metres of timber located at Edye Pas- 
sage. 

Term: Two years. 

Bids can be accepted only from small 
business enterprises, as defined in the reg- 
ulations. 

This licence will be awarded under the 
provisions of section 16 (3) (a) of the Forest 
Act, which restricts bidding to persons reg- 
istered in the Small Business Program, Cat- 
egories | and 2. 

Bonus bids will apply across the board for 
competitive species. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


Details of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the District 
Manager, 125 Market Place, Prince Rupert 
V8J 1B9. 


Provided any eligible bidder who is 
unable to attend the auction in person may 
submit a sealed tender, to be opened at the 
hour of auction and treated as one bid. [mh7 
— 9965] 





TIMBER SALE LICENCE A23800 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(1) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale at public auction by the District 
Manager at the Maple Ridge District Office, 
22747 Selkirk Avenue, Maple Ridge, B.C. 
V2X 2X9, at 1.30 p.m. on March 29, 1985, 
a timber sale licence to authorize the har- 
vesting of 90 cubic metres of dead and down 
cedar located near Stave Lake, New West- 
minster Land District. 


Term: One year. 


This licence will be awarded under the 
provisions of section 16 (3) (a) of the Forest 
Act, which restricts bidding to persons reg- 
istered as small business enterprises, as 
defined in the regulations. 


Provided anyone who is unable to attend 
the auction in person may either submit a 
sealed tender, to be opened at the hour of 
auction and treated as one bid or have an 
agent act on his behalf at the auction. Note 
that the agent must have a notorized or wit- 
nessed document that states all functions he 
is permitted to carry out as an agent. 


Particulars of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the District 
Manager, Ministry of Forests, 22747 Sel- 
kirk Avenue, Maple Ridge V2X 2X9. [mh7 
— 9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A23799 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(1) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale at public auction by the District 
Manager at the Maple Ridge District Office, 
22747 Selkirk Avenue, Maple Ridge, B.C. 
V2X 2X9, at 10.30 a.m. on March 29, 
1985, a timber sale licence to authorize the 
harvesting of 110 cubic metres of dead and 
down cedar located near Stave Lake, New 
Westminster Land District. 


Term: One year. 


This licence will be awarded under the 
provisions of section 16 (3) (a) of the Forest 
Act, which restricts bidding to persons reg- 
istered as small business enterprises, as de- 
fined in the regulations. 


Provided anyone who is unable to attend 
the auction in person may either submit a 
sealed tender, to be opened at the hour of 
action and treated as one bid or have an 
agent act on his behalf at the auction. Note 
that the agent must have a notorized or wit- 
nessed document that states all functions he 
is permitted to carry out as an agent. 


March 7, 1985 


Particulars of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the District 
Manager, B.C. Forest Service, Maple Ridge 
District Office, 22747 Selkirk Avenue, 
Maple Ridge V2X 2X9. [mh7 — 9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A22650 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(3) (a) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale at public auction by the District 
Manager, Burns Lake, B.C., at 2 p.m. on 
the 29th day of March 1985, a timber sale 
licence to authorize the harvesting of 5 979 
cubic metres of timber located in the vicinity 
of Tchesinkut Creek/Sheraton, Range 5, 
Coast District. 


Term: Two years. 


Bids can be accepted only from small 
business enterprises, as defined in the reg- 
ulations. 


Provided any eligible bidder who is un- 
able to attend the auction in person may 
submit a sealed tender, to be opened at the 
hour of auction and treated as one bid. 


This licence will be awarded under the 
provisions of section 16 (3) (a) of the Forest 
Act, which restricts bidding to persons reg- 
istered in the Small Business Program, Cat- 
egory | or 2, Regulation 417/82. 


Details of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the District 
Manager, 33 Third Avenue (Box 269), 
Burns Lake VOJ 1E0. [mh7 — 9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A24257 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(3) (a) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale at public auction by the District 
Manager, Burns Lake, B.C., at 1 p.m. on 
the 29th day of March 1985, a timber sale 
licence to authorize the harvesting of 7 925 
cubic metres of timber located in the vicinity 
of Tchesinkut Creek/Sheraton, Range 5, 
Coast District. 


Term: Two years. 


Bids can be accepted only from small 
business enterprises, as defined in the reg- 
ulations. 


Provided any eligible bidder who is un- 
able to attend the auction in person may 
submit a sealed tender, to be opened at the 
hour of auction and treated as one bid. 


This licence will be awarded under the 
provisions of section 16 (3) (a) of the Forest 
Act, which restricts bidding to persons reg- 
istered in the Small Business Program, Cat- 
egory | or 2, Regulation 417/82. 


Details of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the District 
Manager, 33 Third Avenue (Box 269), 
Burns Lake VOJ 1E0. [mh7 — 9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A24265 

Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(3) (a) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale at public auction by the District 
Manager, Burns Lake, B.C., at 10 a.m. on 
the 29th day of March 1985, a timber sale 
licence to authorize the harvesting of 4 298 
cubic metres of timber located in the vicinity 
of Tercer Lake, Range 5, Coast District. 

Term: Two years. 


March 7, 1985 


Bids can be accepted only from small 
business enterprises, as defined in the reg- 
ulations. 

Provided any eligible bidder who ts un- 
able to attend the auction in person may 
submit a sealed tender, to be opened at the 
hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

This licence will be awarded under the 
provisions of section 16 (3) (a) of the Forest 
Act, which restricts bidding to persons reg- 
istered in the Small Business Program, Cat- 
egory | or 2, Regulation 417/82. 

Details of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the District 
Manager, 33 Third Avenue (Box 269), 
Burns Lake VOJ LEO. [mh7 — 9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A24266 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(3) (a) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale at public auction by the District 
Manager, Burns Lake, B.C., at |] a.m. on 
the 29th day of March 1985, a timber sale 
licence to authorize the harvesting of 12 992 
cubic metres of timber located in the vicinity 
of Tercer Lake, Range 5, Coast District. 


Term: Two years. 


Bids can be accepted only from small 
business enterprises, as defined in the reg- 
ulations. 


Provided any eligible bidder who is un- 
able to attend the auction in person may 
submit a sealed tender, to be opened at the 
hour of auction and treated as one bid. 


This licence will be awarded under the 
provisions of section 16 (3) (a) of the Forest 
Act, which restricts bidding to persons reg- 
istered in the Small Business Program, Cat- 
egory | or 2, Regulation 417/82. 


Details of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the District 
Manager, 33 Third Avenue (Box 269), 
Burns Lake VOJ 1EO. [mh7 — 9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A21036 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(1) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale by public auction at the office of the 
District Manager, Room 422, 1600 Third 
Avenue, Prince George, B.C., at 11 a.m. on 
Wednesday, March 27, 1985, a timber sale 
licence to authorize the harvesting of 5 114 
cubic metres of timber located approx- 
imately 58 kilometres north of Prince 
George. 


Provided anyone who is unable to attend 
the auction in person may submit a sealed 
tender, to be opened at the hour of auction 
and treated as one bid. 


Term: Two years. 


Bids can be accepted only from small 
business enterprises, as defined in the reg- 
ulations. 


Details of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the District 
Manager, Room 513, 1600 Third Avenue, 
Prince George V2L 3G6. 


This licence will be awarded under the 
provisions of section 16 (3) (a) of the Forest 
Act, which restricts bidding to persons reg- 
istered in the Small Business Enterprise 
Program, Category 2. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


361 








Unless authorized by the Regional Man- 
ager or District Manager, a minimum of 
80% of the volume of timber harvested from 
this licence must be processed in the timber- 
processing facility owned or operated by the 
licensee as stated in his small business 
declaration to the Minister of Forests. — 
{mh7 — 9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A24577 

Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(3) (a) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale by public auction by the District 
Manager, 100 Mile House, B.C., at 10.30 
a.m. on the 29th day of March 1985, a 
timber sale licence to authorize the harvest- 
ing of 9 492 cubic metres of timber located 
at Valentine Lake, 100 Mile House Timber 
Supply Area. 

Species: 98% lodgepole pine and 2% 
other. 

Term: Six months. 


Bidding is restricted to persons registered 
under the Small Business Enterprise Pro- 
gram, Category 1. 


Any persons eligible to bid, and unable to 
attend may submit a sealed tender. 


Particulars may be obtained from the Dis- 
trict Manager, 100 Mile House, the Field 
Office, Clinton, or the Regional Manager, 
640 Borland Street, Williams Lake V2G 
1R8. [mh7 — 9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A24578 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(3) (a) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale by public auction by the District 
Manager, 100 Mile House, B.C., at 11 a.m. 
on the 29th day of March 1985, a timber sale 
licence to authorize the harvesting of 9 094 
cubic metres of timber located at Valentine 
Lake, 100 Mile House Timber Supply Area. 


Species: 98% lodgepole pine and 2% 
other. 


Term: Six months. 


Bidding is restricted to persons registered 
under the Small Business Enterprise Pro- 
gram, Category 1. 


Any persons eligible to bid, and unable to 
attend may submit a sealed tender. 


Particulars may be obtained from the Dis- 
trict Manager, 100 Mile House, the Field 
Office, Clinton, or the Regional Manager, 
640 Borland Street, Williams Lake V2G 
IR8. [mh7 — 9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A24579 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(3) (a) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale by public auction by the District 
Manager, 100 Mile House, B.C., at 11.30 
a.m. on the 29th day of March 1985, a 
timber sale licence to authorize the harvest- 
ing of 6 468 cubic metres of timber located 
at Big Lake, 100 Mile House Timber Supply 
Area. 

Species: 87% lodgepole pine and 13% 
Douglas-fir. 


Term: Six months. 


Bidding is restricted to persons registered 
under the Small Business Enterprise Pro- 
gram, Category 1. 

Any persons eligible to bid, and unable to 
attend may submit a sealed tender. 

Particulars may be obtained from the Dis- 
trict Manager, 100 Mile House, the Field 
Office, Clinton, or the Regional Manager, 
640 Borland Street, Williams Lake V2G 
IR8&. [mh7 — 9965] 





CALLING FOR TENDERS 
Tender 1, 1985 

Sealed tenders will be received at the 
office of the Director, Financial Services 
Branch, British Columbia Ministry of For- 
ests, up to 2 p.m., Wednesday, March 27, 
1985, to provide Class 4 rotary wing air 
services utilizing a medium lift turbine 
helitanker. The helitanker will be specially 
equipped to meet Ministry of Forests re- 
quirements. 


Tenders may be obtained by contacting 
the Director, Forest Protection Branch, 
Ministry of Forests, 1450 Government 
Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E7. —H. G. 
Doerksen, Director. [mh21 — 9940] 


CALLING FOR TENDERS 
Tender 2, 1985 


Sealed tenders will be received at the 
office of the Director, Financial Services 
Branch, British Columbia Ministry of For- 
ests, up to 2 p.m., Wednesday, March 27, 
1985, to provide Class 4 rotary wing air 
services utilizing a medium lift turbine 
helitanker. The helitanker will be specially 
equipped to meet Ministry of Forests re- 
quirements. 


Tenders may be obtained by contacting 
the Director, Forest Protection Branch, 
Ministry of Forests, 1450 Government 
Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E7. —H. G. 
Doerksen, Director. [mh21 — 9940] 


CALLING FOR TENDERS 


Tender 3, 1985 


Sealed tenders will be received at the 
office of the Director, Financial Services 
Branch, British Columbia Ministry of For- 
ests, up to 2 p.m., Thursday, March 28, 
1985, to provide Class 4 fixed wing air 
services utilizing a Douglas Super DC-3 
aircraft. 


Tenders may be obtained by contacting 
the Director, Forest Protection Branch, 
Ministry of Forests, 1450 Government 
Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E7. — H. G. 
Doerksen, Director. [mh21 — 9940] 


CALLING FOR TENDERS 
Tender 4, 1985 


Sealed tenders will be received at the 
office of the Director, Financial Services 
Branch, British Columbia Ministry of For- 
ests, up to 2 p.m., Thursday, March 28, 
1985, to provide Class 4 rotary wing air 
services utilizing either an Aerospatiale 
AS350 B or Bell 206 L-I or L-II Helicopter. 
The helicopter will be specially equipped to 
meet Ministry of Forests requirements. 


362 


Tenders may be obtained by contacting 
the Director, Forest Protection Branch, 
Ministry of Forests, 1450 Government 
Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E7. — H. G. 
Doerksen, Director. [mh21 — 9940] 


CALLING FOR TENDERS 


Tender 5, 1985 


Sealed tenders will be received at the 
office of the Director, Financial Services 
Branch, British Columbia Ministry of For- 
ests, up to 2 p.m., Thursday, March 28, 
1985, to provide Class 4 rotary wing air 
services utilizing either an Aerospatiale 
A350B or Bell 206 L-I or L-II Helicopter. 
The helicopter will be specially equipped to 
meet Ministry of Forests requirements. 


Tenders may be obtained by contacting 
the Director, Forest Protection Branch, 
Ministry of Forests, 1450 Government 
Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E7. — H. G. 
Doerksen, Director. [mh21 — 9940] 


CALLING FOR TENDERS 
Tender 6, 1985 


Sealed tenders will be received at the 
office of the Director, Financial Services 
Branch, British Columbia Ministry of For- 
ests, up to 2 p.m., Friday, March 29, 1985, 
to provide specialty helicopter rappel serv- 
ices associated with the Ministry’s fire con- 
trol operations. 


Tenders may be obtained by contacting 
the Director, Forest Protection Branch, 
Ministry of Forests, 1450 Government 
Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E7. —H. G. 
Doerksen, Director. [mh21 — 9940] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A21453 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(1) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale by sealed tender by the Distict Man- 
ager, Smithers, B.C., at 11 a.m., March 29, 
1985, a timber sale licence to authorize the 
harvesting of 3 001 cubic metres of timber 
located near Lyon Creek on District Lot 
1097, Range 5, Coast District. 


Term: One year. 


This licence will be awarded under the 
provisions of section 16 (3) (a) of the Forest 
Act, which restricts bidding to persons reg- 
istered in the Small Business Enterprise 
Program, Category | or 2. 


Details of the proposed timber sale 
licence will be obtained from the District 
Manager, 3736 — 16th Avenue (Box 280), 
Smithers VOJ 2NO, phone 847-2631. [mh7 
— 9965] 


TIMBER SALE LICENCE A22754 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(1) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale by sealed tender at the office of the 
District Manager, Room 422, 1600 Third 
Avenue, Prince George, B.C., at 11 a.m. on 
Wednesday, March 13, 1985, a timber sale 
licence to authorize the harvesting of 3 781 
cubic metres of timber located off the Tear- 
drop Forest Sevice Road, approximately 38 
kilometres northwest of Prince George. 


Term: Two years. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


Bids can be accepted only from small 
business enterprises, as defined in the reg- 
ulations. 

Details of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the District 
Manager, Room 513, 1600 Third Avenue, 
Prince George V2L 3G6. 


This licence will be awarded under the 
provisions of section 16 (3) (a) of the Forest 
Act, which restricts bidding to persons reg- 
istered in the Small Business Enterprise 
Program, Category |. [mh7 — 9965] 





TIMBER SALE LICENCE A22830 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 16 
(1) of the Forest Act, there will be offered 
for sale by sealed tender at the office of the 
District Manager, 2780 — 10th Avenue 
(Box 340), Salmon Arm, B.C. VOE 2TO, 
not later than 11 a.m. on the 29th day of 
March 1985, for the sale of Timber Sale 
Licence A22830 for the removal of 4 450 
cubic metres of fire-killed cedar and fir in 
the vicinity of Wap Creek, KDYD. 


Term: Two years will be allowed for re- 
moval of timber. 


Bids will only be received from those 
who are registered as either Category 1, 1-S 
or 2 under the Small Business Enterprise 
Program. 


Details of the proposed timber sale 
licence may be obtained from the District 
Manager, 2780 — 10th Avenue (Box 340), 
Salmon Arm VOE 2TO, or the Regional 
Manager, 515 Columbia Street, Kamloops 
V2C 2T7. [mh7 — 9965] 


FOREST SERVICE ROAD 
ESTABLISHED 


Establishing right of way for Deception 
Lake Forest Service Road, Omineca Elec- 
toral District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 102 
of the Forest Act, that all those portions of 
District Lot 1219; northwest quarter of Sec- 
tion 25 and southwest quarter of Section 36, 
of Township 6; all within Range 5, Coast 
District, as shown outlined in red on Draw- 
ing 15-5666A-01 located at the office of the 
Engineering Branch, Ministry of Forests, 
Victoria, B.C., have been established as a 
forest service road. File 942-5666-00. Feb- 
ruary 25, 1985. T. M. Waterland, Minister 
of Forests. {mh7 — 9966] 


FOREST SERVICE ROAD 
ESTABLISHED 


Establishing right of way for Holy Cross 
Forest Service Road through Lots 3037, 
3038, 3064, 3065 and 3087, Range 4, Coast 
District, Omineca Electoral District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 102 
of the Forest Act, that a right of way as 
shown on Plans 11308 and 11309 deposited 
in the Prince Rupert Land Title Office has 
been established as a forest service road. 


This supersedes forest service road notice 
published in the October 22, 1981 issue 
of The British Columbia Gazette. File 


March 7, 1985 


942-7724-00. February 26, 1985. — T. M. 
Waterland, Minister of Forests. [mh7 — 
9966] 





FOREST SERVICE ROAD 
ESTABLISHED 


Establishing right of way for Cun- 
ningham Pass Forest Service Road 
through CG 5F (MC), CG 35F (MC) and 
Lot 10975 (Placer Lease 3533), Cariboo 
District, Cariboo Electoral District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 102 
of the Forest Act, that a right of way as 
shown on Plan 30459 deposited in the 
Prince George Land Title Office has been 
established as a forest sevice road. 


This supersedes forest service road notice 
published in the December 29, 1983 issue of 
The British Columbia Gazette. — File 
942-7678-00. March 4, 1985. — T. M. 
Waterland, Minister of Forests. |mh7 — 
9974] 


ELIGIBILITY LIST 


Notice of Federal/Provincial contract 
project(s) to be financed by Environment 
Canada-Canadian Forestry Service and the 
British Columbia Ministry of Forests under 
the Intensive Forest Management Subsidi- 
ary Agreement (IFMSA). 


Ministry of Forests Silvicultural Mechan- 
ical Site Treatment Contracts Eligibility 
List. 


The Fort St. James Forest District of the 
Ministry of Forests is inviting résumés to 
form an eligibility list of qualified bidders 
for silvicultural mechanical site treatment to 
be carried out in 1985 in the Fort St. James 
Forest District. The type of treatment to be 
carried out may require the use of spe- 
cialized equipment such as C & H scarifica- 
tion plows and Leno spot-scarifiers, or 
equivalent equipment, and wide-pad-equip- 
ped crawler-tractors in the 140—210 horse- 
power range will be required. Contract bids 
will be solicited only from applicants sub- 
mitting résumés on the basis of experience, 
location, equipment suitability and ad- 
judged competency to perform the par- 
ticular job at hand. 


The lowest or any tender will not neces- 
sarily be accepted. The work will be admin- 
istered by the British Columbia Ministry of 
Forests. Résumé forms are available from 
the Ministry of Forests, Fort St. James For- 
est District, Box 100, Fort St. James VOJ 
IPO, telephone 996-7131, attention: 
George Davis, Resource Officer, Sil- 
viculture. Résumés must be received by the 
above no later than April 15, 1985 to be 
eligible. [mh7 — 9961] 


ERRATUM 
Take notice that in The British Columbia 
Gazette of February 21, 1985, on page 278, 
the heading Forest Licence A16881 should 
have read Forest Licence Forest Act (Sec- 
tion 11). [mh7] 


WOODLOT LICENCE 236 
Take notice that, pursuant to section 41 of 
the Forest Act, eligible and qualified per- 
sons are invited to submit applications to the 


March 7, 1985 


District Manager for Woodlot Licence 236 
over an area which includes 400 hectares of 
Crown land located southeast of the junction 
of the Beatton and Doig Rivers. 

Applications must be received by the Dis- 
trict Manager, Ministry of Forests, Fort St. 
John, B.C., on or before 11 a.m, on Tues- 
day, April 9, 1985. Applications are not to 
include a bonus bid. 


Upon evaluation of the applications, the 
District Manager may approve the woodlot 
licence for the eligible and qualified appli- 
cant considered to be most suitable, or may 
ask the eligible and qualified applicants to 
submit a tender and bonus, and approve the 
tender containing the highest bonus offer. 

Application forms and further particulars 
may be obtained from the District Manager, 
Ministry of Forests, 10716 — 100th Ave- 
nue, Fort St. John V1J 1Z3. [mh7 — 9965] 


WOODLOT LICENCE 246 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 41 of 
the Forest Act, eligible and qualified per 
sons are invited to submit applications to the 
District Manager for Woodlot Licence 246 
over an area which includes 398 hectares of 
Crown land located southeast of the junction 
of the Beatton and Doig Rivers. 


Applications must be received by the Dis- 
trict Manager, Ministry of Forests, Fort St. 
John, B.C., on or before 11 a.m. on Tues- 
day, April 9, 1985. Applications are not to 
include a bonus bid. 


Upon evaluation of the applications, the 
District Manager may approve the woodlot 
licence for the eligible and qualified appli- 
cant considered to be most suitable, or may 
ask the eligible and qualified applicants to 
submit a tender and bonus, and approve the 
tender containing the highest bonus offer. 


Application forms and further particulars 
may be obtained from the District Manager, 
Ministry of Forests, 10716 — 100th Ave- 
nue, Fort St. John V1J 1Z3. [mh7 — 9965] 


WOODLOT LICENCE 247 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 41 of 
the Forest Act, eligible and qualified per- 
sons are invited to submit applications to the 
District Manager for Woodlot Licence 247 
over an area which includes 396 hectares of 
Crown land located northwest of the junc- 
tion of Halfway and Graham Rivers. 


Applications must be received by the Dis- 
trict Manager, Ministry of Forests, Fort St. 
John, B.C., on or before 11 a.m. on Tues- 
day, April 9, 1985. Applications are not to 
include a bonus bid. 


Upon evaluation of the applications, the 
District Manager may approve the woodlot 
licence for the eligible and qualified appli- 
cant considered to be most suitable, or may 
ask the eligible and qualified applicants to 
submit a tender and bonus, and approve the 
tender containing the highest bonus offer. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


363 





Application forms and further particulars 
may be obtained from the District Manager, 
Ministry of Forests, 10716 — 100th Ave- 
nue, Fort St. John V1J 1Z3. [mh7 — 9965] 





FOREST LICENCE APPLICATIONS 

Take notice that under section 11 of the 
Forest Act interested person(s) are invited to 
submit one or more applications to the Chief 
Forester for forest licences which will 
authorize the harvesting of 310 000 cubic 
metres or a portion thereof of timber 
annually for 20 years from lands within the 
Kootenay Lake Timber Supply Area. 

A licence cannot be sold or assigned 
during the original 20-year term. 

Applications must be received by the 
Chief Forester, 1450 Government Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E7, on or before 3.30 
p.m. on May 16, 1985, and must include a 
proposal to expand, or maintain or construct 
a timber-processing facility within 30 kilo- 
metres of Nelson. 

Application forms and further particulars 
may be obtained from Timber Management 
Branch, Ministry of Forests, 1450 Govern- 
ment Street, Victoria V8W 3E7, or the 
Regional Manager, Ministry of Forests, 518 
Lake Street, Nelson V1L 4C6. — [mh7 — 
9965] 


MINISTRY OF HEALTH 


APPLICATIONS FOR CHANGE 
OF NAME 


Notice is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital Statis- 
tics for a change of name, pursuant to the 
provisions of the Name Act, by me: 


Ricky Joseph Solie, 38282 Chestnut 
Avenue, Squamish, B.C., to Ricky Joseph 
Shantz, February 25, 1985. 


Linda Jane Clark, 2, 3879 Trinity 
Street, Vancouver, B.C. VSC 1N4, to Linda 
Jane Roberts, February 20, 1985. 


Jeffrey Miles Junkin, MP Section, 
Work Point Barracks, CFB Esquimalt, Vic- 
toria, B.C. VOS 1BO0, to Justen Junkens, 
February 27, 1985. 


Lila Luscombe, 141 Campbell Street, 
Duncan, B.C. V9L 3G9, to Lila Tijman, 
February 22, 1985. 


Yu-Kiu Yeung, Vancouver, B.C., to 
Allen, Yu-Kiu Yeung. Wife: Te-Muoi Diep 
to Carrie Te-Muoi Yeung, February 22, 
1985. 


Joseph Frank Wanner, 26842 — 32 A 
Avenue, Aldergrove, B.C. VOX 1A0, to 
Joseph Frank Warner, February 12, 1985. 


Leslie Ann Smith, 316, 10631 No. 3 
Road, Richmond, B.C. V7A 4L8, to Leslie 
Ann Bradley Maddix, February 23, 1985. 


Gina Susan Calwell, Suite 333, 2865 
Packard Avenue, Coquitlam, B.C., to Jenna 
Susan Sorensen, February 22, 1985. 

Judy Louise Ness, McBride, B.C., to 
Judy Louise Agassiz, February 7, 1985. 


James Francis Tremblay (also known as 
James Francis Perger), 201, 811 Third Ave- 
nue, New Westminster, B.C. V3M IP1, to 
James Francis Tremblay-Perger, February 
25, 1985. 

Christine Marie Azerad, Apartment 
108, 2155 West Fifth Avenue, Vancouver, 
B.C., to Tina Marie Azerad, March 7, 
1985. 

Gurbachana Singh Sahota, 7277 Stride 
Avenue, Burnaby, B.C., to Gurbachana 
Singh Thind. Wife: Gian Kaur Sahota to 
Gian Kaur Thind. Child: Hardip Singh 
Sahota to Hardip Singh Thind, February 15, 
1985. 

Satvinder Singh Sahota, 7277 Stride 
Avenue, Burnaby, B.C., to Satwinder Singh 
Thind. Wife: Jaswant Kaur Sahota to 
Jaswant Kaur Thind. Child: Navdeep Singh 
Sahota to Navdeep Singh Thind, February 
15, 1985. 

Harminder Singh Sahota, 7277 Stride 
Avenue, Burnaby, B.C., to Harminder 
Singh Thind, February 15, 1985. 


Edmund Grauman (also known as 
Edmund Graumann), 7477 Vivian Drive, 
Vancouver, B.C., to Edmund Graumann. 
Wife: Elsie Grauman to Elsie Graumann, 
February 22, 1985. 


Carole Arlene Anderson, 2018 Arroyo 
Court, North Vancouver, B.C. V7H 2A7, to 
Carole Arlene Smith, March 7, 1985. 


Yun Fook Wong, 10051 Lassam Road, 
Richmond, B.C., to Allan Yun Fook Wong. 
Wife: Soh Chiew Wong to Geni Jeanne Soh 
Chiew Wong, February 26, 1985. 


Frederick Anthony Dyhrman, 273 
Larch Avenue, Kamloops, B.C. V2B 1C8, 
to Frederick Anthony Knorr, March 7, 
1985. 


Albert Plotnikoff, 2002 Bowen Road, 
Nanaimo, B.C. V9S 1H4, to Albert Allan 
Plotniko, February 8, 1985. 


Harpal Kaur Bhullar, Box 2607, Mer- 
ritt, B.C. VOK 2BO0, to Manjeet Kaur 
Bhullar, February 15, 1985. 


Martha Buckley, 2060 Fifth Avenue, 
Trail, B.C. VIR 17, to Kelly Buckley, 
February 12, 1985. 


Hilda Buchholz, 2302 — 41st Avenue, 
Vernon, B.C. VIT 3G8, to Hannah 
Buchholz, February 25, 1985. 


Virginia Louise Fisher, 506, 770 Cor- 
morant Street, Victoria, B.C., to Virginia 
Fisher, February 28, 1985. 


Marguerita Hayton Caley, 4927 Mont- 
rose Street, Port Alberni, B.C. V9X 1M4, 
to Marguerita Hayton Kitchener, February 
25; 1985. 


Tok Chantha, 202, 2441 Countess 
Street, Clearbrook B.C. V2T 4G3, to Joy 
Nguyen Thi. Children: Kou Chantha to 
Mike Nguyen Van and Oaksorne Chantha to 
Paul Nguyen Van, February 26, 1985. 


Christine Anne Bestward, 316, — 96th 
Avenue, Dawson Creek, B.C. V1G 1M3, to 
Christine Anne Osepiuk, February 7, 1985. 


364 





Sang Hyub Lee, 104, 9460 — 128th 
Street, Surrey, B.C. V3V 6C3, to Frank 
Hope Lee. Wife: Yoon-Ji Lee to Eugene 
Lee. Child: Yoon-Jung Lee to Janet Lee, 
February 26, 1985. 


Jan Paul Kadzielawa (also known as Jan 
P. Rustad), 1245 Ridgeway Drive, Ke- 
lowna, B.C. V1Y 4L9, to Jan Paul Rustad. 
Wife: Mary Elaine Kadzielawa to Mary 
Elaine Rustad. Children: Roxanne Nicole 
Kadzielawa to Roxanne Nicole Rustad and 
Ryan Paul Kadzielaw to Ryan Paul Rustad, 
February 27, 1985. 


Amanda Therese King, Vancouver, 
B.C., to Amanda Therese Goldrick-Jones, 
February 15, 1985. 


Rose-Marie Martha Mobley, Revel- 
stoke, B.C., to Rose Marie Martha Valen- 
tine, February 26, 1985. 


Gayle Lois Colonel, 13961 Blackburn 
Avenue, White Rock, B.C. V4B 2Z4, to 
Roslinn Thurston Magee, February 23, 
1985. 


Margaret Wing Lan Tsui, 3043 East 
14th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., to Margaret 
Wing Lan Joe, February 13, 1985. 


Kenneth Paul Lafleur, General Deliv- 
ery, Cedar Road, 100 Mile House, B.C., to 
Kenneth Paul Keyseas, February 18, 1985. 


Claudia Maria Abad, Victoria, B.C., to 
Claudia Maria Whitworth, March 5, 1985. 


William Arvid Westberg, 60408 Udy 
Road, Richmond, B.C. V7C 2X9, to 
William Arvid Harkonen, March 7, 1985. 


Jeannette Colleen Amy Watts, 6050 
River Road, Port Alberni, B.C., to Jean- 
nette Colleen Amy Emintchante Swimme 
Watts, February 22, 1985. 


Herlinde Hermine Harris, Box 827, 
Qualicum Beach, B.C. VOR 2TO, to 
Rosalinda Lilah Minitante Harris, February 
14, 1985. 


John Franko Bodnar, 194 Barlow 
Road, Campbell River, B.C., to John 
Franko Bodner, February 19, 1985. 

Marianne Lilli Olfacius, 9233 Hayward 
Road, Mission, B.C., to Maryanna Cald- 
well, March 7, 1985. 


Dale Ronald Pollock, 705, 7251 Lang- 
ton Road, Richmond, B.C. V7C 4R6, to 
Dale Wilson, February 16, 1985. 

Marie Ramona Gomien, 4 Centennial 
Square, Williams Lake, B.C. V2G ITI to 


Marie Ramona Charrette, February 28, 
1985. 


Anna Hrbek, 101, 2012 Cornwall Ave- 
nue, Vancouver, B.C. V6T IEI, to Anna 
Machackova, February 27, 1985. 

Solange Ida Anne-Marie Haas, 3132 
Gibbins Road, Duncan, B.C., to Solange 
Ida Anne-Marie Dowson, February 19, 
1985. 


Barrie Harte, 9233 Hayward Road, 
Mission, B.C., to Barrie Folli Caldwell, 
March 7, 1985. 


Prem Girdharilal Sharma, 1461 Chart- 
well Drive, West Vancouver, B.C. V7S 
2R9, to lobal Sharma. Wife: Vyjialaxmy 
Prem Sharma to Zeinub Sharma. Child: 
Rajiv Prem Sharma to Esmail Sharma, Jan- 
uary 30, 1985. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


Lilawati Girdharilal Sharma, 1461 
Chartwell Drive, West Vancouver, B.C. 
V7S 2R9, to Leilabai Sharma, January 30, 
1985. 

Patsie Chuck Chow (also known as 
Patricia Chow), 420 Keefer Street, Vancou- 
ver, B.C. V6A 1Y1, to Patricia Chow, Feb- 
ruary 25, 1985. 

Tecla Palsat, 302, 985 West 14th Ave- 
nue, Vancouver, B.C. V5Z 1R3, to Tilly 
Palsat, March 1, 1985. 


Anastasia Palsat, 1107 East 33rd Ave- 
nue, Vancouver, B.C. VS5V 3B1, to Nancy 
Palsat, March 1, 1985. 

Ju Lee Hong, 680 West Broadway, Van- 
couver, B.C. V5Z 1G1, to Julie Ju Yi Lee. 
Child: Bang Hee Lee to Sharon Bang Hee 
Lee, February 28, 1985. 


Joanne Mary Lynne Doudiet, 7699 
McMaster Crescent, Prince George, B.C. 
V2N 313, to Joanne Mary Lynne Robinson, 
January 30, 1985. 

Marie Helen Wojick, 1240 Pinyon 
Road, Sparwood, B.C., to Marie Helen 
Craigen, March 7, 1985. 


Albert John Cole, 985 Moosejaw Street, 
Penticton, B.C. V2A 5T5, to Albert Ray- 
mond Orr. Wife: Lori Ann Cole to Lori Ann 
Orr, March 4, 1985. [mh7] 


MINISTRY OF LANDS, PARKS 
AND HOUSING 


LAND DISPOSITION 


In Land Recording District of Vancouver, 
and situated in the Langdale Area. 


Take notice that Michael Scott Ander- 
son, West Vancouver, B.C., serviceman, 
intends to apply for a licence of occupation 
or lease of the following described lands 
(Lot 1, Subdivision D, Block 13, District 
Lot 1400, Plan 4697): Commencing at a 
post planted 6 metres west of the southeast 
corner of Lot 1, Subdivision D, Block 13, 
District Lot 1400, Plan 4697; thence S45°E. 
50 metres; thence W.45°S. 17 metres; 
thence N.45°W. 50 metres; thence east 
along shoreline to point of commencement, 
and containing 0.1 hectare, more or less. 


The purpose for which the disposition is 
required is private wharf and float. 


Comments concerning this application 
may be made to the Senior Land Officer, 
4240 Manor Street, Burnaby, B.C. VSG 
1B2. File 2401897. — Scott Anderson. 
[mh7] 


LAND DISPOSITION 


In Land Recording District of New West- 
minster, and situated approximately 2 kilo- 
metres north of Tuwanck, Sechelt Inlet. 


Take notice that Robin Scott Bryant, 
Box 747, Sechelt, B.C., marine architect, 
intends to apply for a licence of occupation 
of the following described lands: Com- 
mencing at a post planted approximately 
49°33'20" latitude, 123°45'54” longitude, 
approximately 500 metres N.18”W. of the 
northwest corner of District Lot 3259; 
thence 60 metres due west; thence 180 
metres on a true bearing of 340°; thence 20 


March 7, 1985 


metres due east to another staked point; 
thence following the shoreline returning to 
the point of commencement, and containing 
2 hectares, more or less. 


The purpose for which the disposition is 
required is oyster culture. 


Comments concerning this application 
may be made to the office of the District 
Land Manager, 4240 Manor Street, Bur- 
naby, B.C. V5G 1B2. File 2401935. — 
Robin S. Bryant. [mh7] 


LAND DISPOSITION 


In Land Recording District of Cranbrook, 
and situated near Mount Molson. 


Take notice that Golden Airways Ltd., 
Golden, B.C., has applied for a licence of 
occupation over Crown land, under the 
commercial land use policy, of the Ministry 
of Lands, Parks and Housing, as follows: 
Unsurveyed Crown land lying on Wood 
River of Kinbasket Lake, commencing at a 
post planted 5 200 metres north-northwest 
from the confluence of Jumping Jack Creek 
and Wood River; containing 1.4 hectares, 
more or less. 


The purpose for which the disposition is 
required is for commercial fishing lodge and 
floatplane/boat moorage. 


Comments concerning this application 
should be directed to the Regional Director, 
Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing, 
828A Baker Street, Cranbrook VIC 1A2. 
[mh7] 


LAND DISPOSITION 


In Land Recording District of Victoria, 
and situated at Nanoose Harbour, Vancou- 
ver Island. 


Take notice that Allen J. Vieaux, Box 
412, Lantzville, B.C., aquaculture techni- 
cian, intends to apply for a licence of 
occupation of the following described 
lands; Commencing at a post planted 30 
metres east of Brass Survey Pin 252 marking 
the southeast end of Lot 309, Nanaimo Dis- 
trict; thence north 351 metres; thence west 
240 metres; thence south 60 metres; thence 
east 210 metres; thence south 290 metres to 
pin; thence east 30 metres to post, and con- 
taining 2.313 hectares, more or less. 


The purpose for which the disposition is 
required is oyster culture (long line 
method). 


Comments concerning this application 
may be made to the Senior Land Officer, 
Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing, 851 
Yates Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 1M1, 
telephone 387-5011. File 1401215. — 
Allen J. Vieaux. [mh7] 


LAND DISPOSITION 


In Land Recording District of Williams 
Lake, and situated at Williams Lake River. 


Take notice that Glendale Redi-Mix Co. 
Ltd., Box 4031, Williams Lake, B.C., con- 
crete, intends to apply for a lease of the 
following described lands: Block A of Lot 
9114, Cariboo District, and containing 
13.56 hectares. 


The purpose for which the disposition is 
required is gravel removal. 


March 7, 1985 


Comments concerning this application 
may be directed to the Senior Land Officer, 
172 North Second Avenue, Williams Lake, 
B.C. V2G 1Z6. File 5402248. — Jim Tay- 
lor, Agent. [mh14}] 


LAND DISPOSITION 

In Land Recording District of Vancouver, 
and situated in Annis Bay on Nelson Island. 

Take notice that Ronald J. LeBlanc, 
19538 — 119 A Avenue, Pitt Meadows, 
B.C., businessman, intends to apply for a 
lease of the following described lands: 
L2609, surveyed foreshore lot, Group |, 
NWD. 

The purpose for which the disposition is 
required is aguaculture of mussels. 

Comments concerning this application 
may be made to the office of the District 
Land Manager, 4240 Manor Street, Bur- 
naby, B.C. VSG 1B2. File 2401936. — Ron 
J. LeBlane. [mh14] 


LAND DISPOSITION 


In Land Recording District of Vancouver, 
and situated in the Madeira Park area. 


Take notice that Gary Ronald Oborne, 
North Vancouver, B.C., firefighter, intends 
to apply for a licence of occupation or lease 
of the following described lands: Lot 3, 
Blocks 15 to 16, District Lot 1392, Group 1, 
NWD, Plan 10779, and containing 0.835 
hectare. 


The purpose for which the disposition is 
required is private float and ramp. 


Comments concerning this application 
may be made to the Office of the Manager, 
4240 Manor Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5G 
1B2. File 2401948. Gary Ronald Oborne. 
{mh14] 


LAND DISPOSITION 


In Land Recording District of Vancouver, 
and situated in Secret Bay, Egmont. 


Take notice that Gordendale Logging 
Ltd., Egmont, B.C. VON INO, intends to 
apply for a foreshore lease of the following 
described lands: Commencing at a post 
planted at the eastern most corner of Lot 1, 
District Lot 6256, Group 1, NWD, Plan 
10377; thence 50°53’ and along the north- 
western boundary of Lot 1210, 35 metres; 
thence 275°35', 30 metres; thence 197°20’, 
22 metres; thence southerly and easterly 
along the natural boundary, 10 metres, more 
or less, to the point of commencement, and 
containing 0.048 hectare, more or less. 


The purpose for which the disposition is 
required is moorage for 2 boats for logging 
crews that are commuting across Skookum- 
chuck Narrows. 


Comments concerning this application 
may be directed to the Senior Land Officer, 
4240 Manor Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5G 
1B2. File 2401949. — Robert W. Allen, 
B.C.L.S., Agent. [mh14] 


LAND DISPOSITION 


In Land Recording District of Williams 
Lake, and situated 5 kilometres west of Wil- 
liams Lake. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


365 





Take notice that Lignum Ltd. & Jacob- 
son Bros. Forest Products, Williams Lake, 
B.C., sawmills, intends to apply for a lease 
of the following described lands: Com- 
mencing ata post planted | 488 metres north 
and 650 metres west of the northwest corner 
of Lot 12381, Cariboo District; thence west 
475 metres, more or less; thence north | 100 
metres, more or less; thence east 160 
metres, more or less; thence south 695 
metres, more or less; thence east 160 
metres, more or less; thence southeast 430 
metres, more or less, to point of commence- 
ment, and containing 25.9 hectares, more or 
less. 


The purpose for which the disposition is 
required is a sanitary landfill site. 

Comments concerning this application 
should be directed to the Senior Land Of- 
ficer, 172 North Second Avenue, Williams 
Lake, B.C. V2G 1Z6. File 5402485. — 
Jacobson Bros. Forest Products. [mh14] 


LAND DISPOSITION 


In Land Recording District of New West- 
minster, and situated in Resort Municipality 
of Whistler. 


Take notice that Doug Wylie, Resort 
Municipality of Whistler, B.C., municipal 
engineer, intends to apply for a right of way 
over the following described lands: 
The remainder of District Lot 7179 and Dis- 
trict Lot 7258, and containing 0.21 hectare, 
more or less. 


The purpose for which the disposition is 
required is to allow the construction of a 
waterline linking the gondola water system 
with the village water system. 


Comments concerning this application 
may be made to the Senior Land Officer, 
4240 Manor Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5G 
1B2. File 2401960. — Doug Wylie, 
P.Eng., Agent. [mh14] 


MINISTRY OF MUNICIPAL 
AFFAIRS 


BYLAW 2795 


A bylaw to authorize the municipality to 
enter upon, expropriate, break up, take and 
enter into possession of and use lands for 
drainage purposes. 


Whereas the Council of the City of 
Nanaimo deems it necessary to acquire an 
interest in property for drainage purposes: 


And whereas section 611 of the Munici- 
pal Act provides that the Council may, by 
bylaw, provide for the establishment of a 
system of storm drains for the collection, 
conveyance and disposal of surface waters: 


And whereas section 611 (4) of the Mu- 
nicipal Act provides that the Council may 
acquire an interest in property by expropria- 
tion and have free entry thereon: 

Therefore be it resolved that the Council 
of the City of Nanaimo, in open meeting 
assembled, enacts as follows: 


1. This bylaw may be cited as the “Ex- 
propriation Bylaw 1985 No. 2795”. 


2. Pursuant to section 611 (4) and sub- 
ject to Division 4 of Part XII of the Munici- 
pal Act, the City of Nanaimo is hereby au- 
thorized to enter on, expropriate, break up, 
take and enter into possession of and use and 
does hereby expropriate for drainage pur- 
poses all that interest as set out in the right of 
way document attached hereto and forming 
a part of this bylaw in and to, all and singular 
that certain parcel or tract of land and prem- 
ises situate, lying and being in the Munici- 
pality of Nanaimo, in the Province of British 
Columbia, more particularly described as 
that part of Lot 14, Section 1, Nanaimo 
District, Plan 14217, lying to the west of a 
line parallel and perpendicularly distant 6 
metres from the westerly boundary of said 
lot. 

3. The Mayor and Clerk are hereby em- 
powered to do all things necessary to give 
effect to this bylaw. [mh7] 


BYLAW 2796 

A bylaw to authorize the municipality to 
enter upon, expropriate, break up, take and 
enter into possession of and use lands for 
drainage purposes. 

Whereas the Council of the City of 
Nanaimo deems it necessary to acquire an 
interest in property for drainage purposes: 


And whereas section 611 of the Munici- 
pal Act provides that the Council may, by 
bylaw, provide for the establishment of a 
system of storm drains for the collection, 
conveyance and disposal of surface waters: 


And whereas section 611 (4) of the Mu- 
nicipal Act provides that the Council may 
acquire an interest in property by expropria- 
tion and have free entry thereon: 

Therefore be it resolved that the Council 
of the City of Nanaimo, in open meeting 
assembled, enacts as follows: 


1. This bylaw may be cited as the “Ex- 
propriation Bylaw 1985 No. 2796”. 


2. Pursuant to section 611 (4) and sub- 
ject to Division 4 of Part XII of the Munici- 
pal Act, the City of Nanaimo is hereby au- 
thorized to enter on, expropriate, break up, 
take and enter into possession of and use and 
does hereby expropriate for drainage pur- 
poses all that interest as set out in the right of 
way document attached hereto and forming 
a part of this bylaw in and to, all and singular 
that certain parcel or tract of land and prem- 
ises situate, lying and being in the Munici- 
pality of Nanaimo, in the Province of British 
Columbia, more particularly described as 
that part of Lot 13, Section 1, Nanaimo 
District, Plan 14217, lying to the west of a 
line parallel and perpendicularly distant 6 
metres from the westerly boundary of said 
lot. 


3. The Mayor and Clerk are hereby em- 
powered to do all things necessary to give 
effect to this bylaw. [mh7] 


BYLAW 8154 


A bylaw to acquire statutory rights of way 
by expropriation for the use of The Corpora- 
tion of the District of Surrey in the con- 
struction and operation of sanitary and 
storm sewerage works. 


366 


Whereas the Municipal Council of The 
Corporation of the Distict of Surrey is by 
“Surrey Sewerage Consolidation By-Law, 
1963, No. 2033”’ authorized and em- 
powered to construct, extend, operate and 
maintain sewerage works for the benefit of 
the inhabitants of the municipality, and to 
acquire easements and statutory rights of 
way for that purpose over real property: 


And whereas for the construction of a 
certain portion of the said sewerage works it 
is necessary to acquire a statutory right of 
way in, over and upon those parcels of real 
property hereinafter described together with 
a temporary working area: 


And whereas the Municipal Council 
deems it expedient to acquire the statutory 
right of way as aforesaid, by bylaw, pur- 
suant to section 611 (4) of the Municipal 
Act, chapter 290, R.S.B.C. 1979, and 
amendments thereto: 


And whereas the Municipal Council may, 
by bylaw, pursuant to section 611 of the 
Municipal Act, provide for the establish- 
ment of a system of sewerage works for the 
collection, conveyance and disposal of 
sewage or drainage works for the impound- 
ing, conveying and discharging of surface 
and other waters, or both, or a combination 
of both, and for this purpose may purchase 
and construct the necessary works, includ- 
ing the acquisition of all appliance, equip- 
ment, real property, easements and stat- 
utory rights of way therefor: 


And whereas the council may operate, 
maintain, improve, extend or alter any exist- 
ing drainage or sewerage systems and ac- 
quire all appliances, equipment, materials, 
real property, easements and statutory rights 
of way required therefor: 


And whereas for the construction of cer- 
tain drainage works it is necessary to ac- 
quire a statutory right of way in, over and 
upon that parcel of property hereinafter de- 
scribed: 


And whereas the Municipal Council 
deems it expedient to acquire the statutory 
right of way as aforesaid, by bylaw, pur 
suant to section 611 (4) of the Municipal 
Act, chapter 290, R.S.B.C. 1979, and 
amendments thereto: 


Now, therefore, the Municipal Council of 
The Corporation of the District of Surrey, in 
open meeting assembled, enacts as follows: 


1. This bylaw may be cited for all pur- 
poses as ‘‘Storm Sewer and Drainage Right 
of Way Expropriation By-law, 1985, No. 
8154”. 


2. Pursuant to section 611 (4) and sub- 
ject to Division (4) of Part XII of the Munici- 
pal Act, chapter 290, R.S.B.C. 1979, and 
amendments, the Municipal Council of The 
Corporation of the District of Surrey is 
hereby authorized by its servants to enter 
upon, and the council does hereby expropri- 
ate, break up, take and enter into possession 
of and use for the purpose of a statutory right 
of way, in the form hereunto annexed and 
made part of this bylaw, for a sanitary sewer 
line in the Municipality of Surrey, the fol- 
lowing described lands and premises: All 
and singular that certain parcel or tract of 
land and premises, situate, lying and being 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


in the Municipality of Surrey, in the 
Province of British Columbia, and being 
more particularly known and described as 
follows: 


Statutory Right of Way 


That portion of Lot 2 of District Lot 232, 
Group 2, Plan 6357, New Westminster Dis- 
trict, shown as statutory right of way as 
outlined on Statutory Right of Way Plan 
69069 containing 107.4 square metres. 


3. Pursuant to section 611 (4) and sub- 
ject to Division (4) of Part XII of the Munici- 
pal Act, chapter 290, R.S.B.C. 1979, and 
amendments, the Municipal Council of The 
Corporation of the District of Surrey is 
hereby authorized by its servants to enter 
upon, and the council does hereby expropri- 
ate, break up, take and enter into possession 
of and use for the purpose of a statutory right 
of way, in the form hereunto annexed and 
made part of this bylaw, for a sanitary sewer 
line in the Municipality of Surrey, the fol- 
lowing described lands and premises: All 
and singular that certain parcel or tract of 
land and premises, situate, lying and being 
in the Municipality of Surrey, in the 
Province of British Columbia, and being 
more particularly known and described as 
follows: 


Working Area 


That portion of Lot 2 of District Lot 232, 
Group 2, Plan 6357, New Westminster Dis- 
trict, shown as working area as hatched on 
Statutory Right of Way Plan 69069 con- 
taining 139.4 square metres (located on the 
south side of 56th Avenue on the east side of 
144A Street), and that on completion of the 
said works the expropriation of the said 
139.4 metres of said Lot 2 shall fall away 
and no longer be in force or effect. 


4. This bylaw shall not come into effect 
until it has been published in The British 
Columbia Gazette and once in a newspaper 
published or circulating in the Municipality 
of Surrey, and a certified copy thereof has 
been filed in the Land Title Office in the 
City of New Westminster. 


Passed three readings by the Municipal 
Council on the 4th day of February 1985. 


Reconsidered and finally adopted by the 
Municipal Council, signed by the Mayor 
and Clerk, and sealed with the Corporate 
Seal on the 11th day of February 1985. — 
D. A. Ross, Mayor. W. Vollrath, Clerk. 
{mh7] 


ORDER IN COUNCIL 265 


On the recommendation of the under- 
signed, the Lieutenant Governor, by and 
with the advice and consent of the Executive 
Council, orders that the Letters Patent of the 
Deep Bay Waterworks District be amended 
to include within the tracts of land compris- 
ing the district certain lands more par- 
ticularly described as follows: 


1. Lot 3 of Lot 27, Registered Plan 
23549; 

2. Lot 4 of Lot 40, Registered Plan 
16121; 


3. Lot 8 of Lot 82, Registered Plan 
35694; 


March 7, 1985 


together with all adjacent road allowances, 
All of the above lots are situated within 
Newcastle Land District, and the plans are 
on file in the Land Title Office, Victoria. — 
W. S. Ritchie, Minister of Municipal 
Affairs. W. R. Bennett, Presiding Member 
of the Executive Council. [{mh7 — 9973] 


ORDER IN COUNCIL 266 


On the recommendation of the under- 
signed, the Lieutenant Governor, by and 
with the advice and consent of the Executive 
Council, orders that the Letters Patent of the 
Krestova Improvement District be amended 
to include within the tract of land compris- 
ing the district certain land more par- 
ticularly described as follows: Lot A of Lot 
7367, Kootenay District, Registered Plan 
16123 on file in the Land Title Office, 
Nelson; together with adjacent road 
allowances. — W. S. Ritchie, Minister of 
Municipal Affairs. W. R. Bennett, Presiding 
Member of the Executive Council. {mh7 — 
SI)i3I| 


ORDER IN COUNCIL 267 


On the recommendation of the under- 
signed, the Lieutenant Governor, by and 
with the advice and consent of the Executive 
Council, orders that the Letters Patent of the 
Lakeview Irrigation District be amended to 
include within the tract of land comprising 
the district certain lands more particularly 
described as follows: 


1. Lot A of Lot 505, Registered Plan 
18032; 


2. Lot A of Lot 506, Registered Plan 
18032; 


3. Lot B of Lot 506, Registered Plan 
20764; 


4. Lot A of Lot 2683, Registered Plan 
28075; 


5. Lot F of Lot 2683, Registered Plan 
28075; 


together with all adjacent road allowances, 
All of the above lots are within the Osoyoos 
Division of Yale District, and plans are on 
file in the Land Title Office, Kamloops. — 
W. S. Ritchie, Minister of Municipal 
Affairs. W. R. Bennett, Presiding Member 
of the Executive Council. [mh7 — 9973] 


MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION 
AND HIGHWAYS 


HIGHWAY TENDER 


Coquitlam-Moody Electoral District, 
Bridge Project B-2408 — Mary Hill By- 
pass Overhead 2678: Cape Horn to Pitt 
River Highway, Contract 1: General. 


The contract consists of the construction 
of a precast, prestressed-concrete girder 
bridge, 265 feet long, with spans of 90, 75 
and 100 feet. The abutments are on spread 
footings with 2 piers founded on steel pipe 
piles. 

Documentation and reduced-size draw- 
ings available for the sum of $35. 

Full-size drawings are available for an 
additional $25. 


March 7, 1985 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


367 





The tender sum for this project is to in- 
clude federal and provincial sales tax. 

Tender opening date: Thursday, March 
21, 1985. (File 14-10-44). 

Sealed tenders, on the forms and in the 
envelopes provided, accompanied by a bid 
bond or certified cheque as defined in the 
Instructions to Bidders, will be received by 
the Ministry of Transportation and High- 
ways, Fourth Floor, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6, unless otherwise 
specified, up to 2 p.m. (local Victoria time) 
on the day of the tender opening, at which 
time tenders will be opened in public. The 
lowest or any tender not necessarily ac- 
cepted. 

Tender forms with envelopes, plans, 
specificatins and conditions of tender can be 
obtained from the Ministry of Transporta- 
tion and Highways, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6 (telephone 
387-1411), and for the convenience of 
Lower Mainland contractors only, from 
7818 Sixth Street, Burnaby, B.C. V3N 4N8 
(telephone 525-0961), unless otherwise 
specified, between the hours of 8.30 a.m. 
and 4.30 p.m., Monday to Friday, except 
holidays. 


The Ministry *“‘General Specifications for 
Highway Construction,” to which the con- 
struction of this contract shall conform, are 
also available for the sum of $25. 


Cheques or money orders shall be made 
payable to the Minister of Finance. No such 
purchases are refundable. — A. E. Rhodes, 
Acting Deputy Minister. [mh7 — 9977] 


HIGHWAY TENDER 


Yale-Lillooet Electoral District, Bridge 
Project B-2899 — Rattlesnake Bridge on 
Spences Bridge to Merritt, Highway 8. 


The contract consists of the construction 
of a 5-span prestressed-concrete bridge, 150 
metres long, with 10-metre-wide roadway 
and abutments and piers on steel piles. 


Documentation and half-size plans avail- 
able for the sum of $35. 


Full-size plans available for an additional 
$25. 


The tender sum for this project is to in- 
clude federal and provincial sales tax. 


Tender opening date: Wednesday, March 
20, 1985. (File 25-10-24). 


Sealed tenders, on the forms and in the 
envelopes provided, accompanied by a bid 
bond or certified cheque as defined in the 
Instructions to Bidders, will be received by 
the Ministry of Transportation and High- 
ways, Fourth Floor, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6, unless otherwise 
specified, up to 2 p.m. (local Victoria time) 
on the day of the tender opening, at which 
time tenders will be opened in public. The 
lowest or any tender not necessarily ac- 
cepted. 


Tender forms with envelopes, plans, 
specificatins and conditions of tender can be 
obtained from the Ministry of Transporta- 
tion and Highways, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6 (telephone 
387-1411), and for the convenience of 
Lower Mainland contractors only, from 


7818 Sixth Street, Burnaby, B.C. V3N 4N& 
(telephone 525-0961), unless otherwise 
specified, between the hours of 8.30 a.m. 
and 4.30 p.m., Monday to Friday, except 
holidays. 

The Ministry “‘General Specifications for 
Highway Construction,’ to which the con- 
struction of this contract shall conform, are 
also available for the sum of $25. 

Cheques or money orders shall be made 
payable to the Minister of Finance, No such 
purchases are refundable. — A. E. Rhodes, 
Acting Deputy Minister. {mh7 — 9977] 





HIGHWAY TENDER 

Richmond Electoral District, Project 
C-2999 — Construction of Richmond East/ 
West Freeway, Jacombs Road, approach 
fills and preload, Station 138 + 36 to Station 
138 +66. 

Documentation, including half-size 
drawings available for the sum of $35. 

Full-size drawings also available for an 
additional $25. 

The tender sum for this project is to in- 
clude federal and provincial sales tax. 


Tender opening date: Thursday, March 
14, 1985. (File 14-20-45). 

Sealed tenders, on the forms and in the 
envelopes provided, accompanied by a bid 
bond or certified cheque as defined in the 
Instructions to Bidders, will be received by 
the Ministry of Transportation and High- 
ways, Fourth Floor, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6, unless otherwise 
specified, up to 2 p.m. (local Victoria time) 
on the day of the tender opening, at which 
time tenders will be opened in public. The 
lowest or any tender not necessarily ac- 
cepted. 


Tender forms with envelopes, plans, 
specificatins and conditions of tender can be 
obtained from the Ministry of Transporta- 
tion and Highways, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6 (telephone 
387-1411), and for the convenience of 
Lower Mainland contractors only, from 
7818 Sixth Street, Burnaby, B.C. V3N 4N8 
(telephone 525-0961), unless otherwise 
specified, between the hours of 8.30 a.m. 
and 4.30 p.m., Monday to Friday, except 
holidays. 


The Ministry “General Specifications for 
Highway Construction,” to which the con- 
struction of this contract shall conform, are 
also available for the sum of $25. 


Cheques or money orders shall be made 
payable to the Minister of Finance. No such 
purchases are refundable. — A. E. Rhodes, 
Acting Deputy Minister. [mh7 — 9977] 


HIGHWAY TENDER 


Yale-Lillooet Electoral District, Project 
M-3000-0001 — Crushed granular aggre- 
gate in stockpile at Forestry Pit P1510 and 
Morris Valley Pit P1548a in the Chilliwack 
Highway District. 

Documentation available for the sum of 
$15 and also available at the Chilliwack 
Highways District Office. 


The tender sum for this project is to in- 
clude federal and provincial sales tax. 


Tender opening date: Wednesday, March 
20, 1985. (File 15-01-65). 


Sealed tenders, on the forms and in the 
envelopes provided, accompanied by a bid 
bond or certified cheque as defined in the 
Instructions to Bidders, will be received by 
the Ministry of Transportation and High- 
ways, Fourth Floor, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6, unless otherwise 
specified, up to 2 p.m. (local Victoria time) 
on the day of the tender opening, at which 
time tenders will be opened in public. The 
lowest or any tender not necessarily ac- 
cepted. 

Tender forms with envelopes, plans, 
specificatins and conditions of tender can be 
obtained from the Ministry of Transporta- 
tion and Highways, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6 (telephone 
387-1411), and for the convenience of 
Lower Mainland contractors only, from 
7818 Sixth Street, Burnaby, B.C. V3N 4N8 
(telephone 525-0961), unless otherwise 
specified, between the hours of 8.30 a.m. 
and 4.30 p.m., Monday to Friday, except 
holidays. 


The Ministry “‘General Specifications for 
Highway Construction,’’ to which the con- 
struction of this contract shall conform, are 
also available for the sum of $25. 


Cheques or money orders shall be made 
payable to the Minister of Finance. No such 
purchases are refundable. — A. E. Rhodes, 
Acting Deputy Minister. [{mh7 — 9977] 


HIGHWAY TENDER 


Kootenay and Nelson-Creston Electoral 
Districts, Project M-3000-0002 — 
Crushed granular aggregate in stockpile at 
Moir Pit 3557A in the Cranbrook Highway 
District and Husband Pit 3956a in the 
Creston Highway District. 


Documentation 1s available for the sum of 
$15 and also available from both the 
Cranbrook and Creston Highway District 
Offices. 


The tender sum for this project is to in- 
clude federal and provincial sales tax. 


Tender opening date: Thursday, March 
21, 1985. (File 35-01-65). 


Sealed tenders, on the forms and in the 
envelopes provided, accompanied by a bid 
bond or certified cheque as defined in the 
Instructions to Bidders, will be received by 
the Ministry of Transportation and High- 
ways, Fourth Floor, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6, unless otherwise 
specified, up to 2 p.m. (local Victoria time) 
on the day of the tender opening, at which 
time tenders will be opened in public. The 
lowest or any tender not necessarily 
accepted. 


Tender forms with envelopes, plans, 
specifications and conditions of tender can 
be obtained from the Ministry of Transpor- 
tation and Highways, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6 (telephone 
387-1411), and for the convenience of 
Lower Mainland contractors only, from 
7818 Sixth Street, Burnaby, B.C. V3N 4N8 
(telephone 525-0961), unless otherwise 


368 


specified, between the hours of 8.30 a.m. 
and 4.30 p.m., Monday to Friday, except 
holidays. 


The Ministry “‘General Specifications for 
Highway Construction,’’ to which the con- 
struction of this contract shall conform, are 
also available for the sum of $25. 


Cheques or money orders shall be made 
payable to the Minister of Finance. No such 
purchases are refundable. — A. E. Rhodes, 
Acting Deputy Minister. [mh7 — 9977] 


HIGHWAY TENDER 


Yale-Lillooet Electoral District, Asphalt 
Surfacing (1985/86), Project S-2965 — 
Nicolum Creek to Ladner Creek on the 
Coquihalla Highway (20.15 km). 


Documentation is available for the sum of 
$25 


The tender sum for this project is to in- 
clude federal and provincial sales tax. 


Tender opening date: Tuesday, March 19, 
1985. (File 15-02-17). 

Sealed tenders, on the forms and in the 
envelopes provided, accompanied by a bid 
bond or certified cheque as defined in the 
Instructions to Bidders, will be received by 
the Ministry of Transportation and High- 
ways, Fourth Floor, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6, unless otherwise 
specified, up to 2 p.m. (local Victoria time) 
on the day of the tender opening, at which 
time tenders will be opened in public. The 
lowest or any tender not necessarily 
accepted. 


Tender forms with envelopes, plans, 
specifications and conditions of tender can 
be obtained from the Ministry of Transpor- 
tation and Highways, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6 (telephone 
387-1411), and for the convenience of 
Lower Mainland contractors only, from 
7818 Sixth Street, Burnaby, B.C. V3N 4N8 
(telephone 525-0961), unless otherwise 
specified, between the hours of 8.30 a.m. 
and 4.30 p.m., Monday to Friday, except 
holidays. 

The Ministry ‘“‘General Specifications for 
Highway Construction,’’ to which the con- 
struction of this contract shall conform, are 
also available for the sum of $25. 

Cheques or money orders shall be made 
payable to the Minister of Finance. No such 
purchases are refundable. — A. E. Rhodes, 
Acting Deputy Minister. [{mh7 — 9977] 


HIGHWAY TENDER 

Shuswap-Revelstoke Electoral District, 
Project S-3010 — Crushed graded seal ag- 
gregate in stockpile at Zickmantle Pit in the 
Falkland area of Salmon Arm Highway Dis- 
trict. 

Documentation is available for the sum of 
$15 and also available from the Salmon Arm 
Highways District Office. 

The tender sum for this project is to in- 
clude federal and provincial sales tax. 

Tender opening date: Wednesday, March 
6, 1985. (File 22-02-17). 

Sealed tenders, on the forms and in the 
envelopes provided, accompanied by a bid 
bond or certified cheque as defined in the 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


Instructions to Bidders, will be received by 
the Ministry of Transportation and High- 
ways, Fourth Floor, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6, unless otherwise 
specified, up to 2 p.m. (local Victoria time) 
on the day of the tender opening, at which 
time tenders will be opened in public. The 
lowest or any tender not necessarily 
accepted. 


Tender forms with envelopes, plans, 
specifications and conditions of tender can 
be obtained from the Ministry of Transpor- 
tation and Highways, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6 (telephone 
387-1411), and for the convenience of 
Lower Mainland contractors only, from 
7818 Sixth Street, Burnaby, B.C. V3N 4N8 
(telephone 525-0961), unless otherwise 
specified, between the hours of 8.30 a.m. 
and 4.30 p.m., Monday to Friday, except 
holidays. 


The Ministry ‘‘General Specifications for 
Highway Construction,” to which the con- 
struction of this contract shall conform, are 
also available for the sum of $25. 


Cheques or money orders shall be made 
payable to the Minister of Finance. No such 
purchases are refundable. — A. E. Rhodes, 
Acting Deputy Minister. [mh7 — 9977] 


HIGHWAY TENDER 


Shuswap-Revelstoke Electoral District, 
Project S-3011 — Crushed graded seal ag- 
gregate in stockpile at Turcotte Pit in the 
Pritchard area of Salmon Arm Highway Dis- 
trict. 


Documentation is available for the sum of 
$15 and also available from the Salmon Arm 
Highways District Office. 


The tender sum for this project is to in- 
clude federal and provincial sales tax. 


Tender opening date: Thursday, March 7, 
1985. (File 22-02-17). 


Sealed tenders, on the forms and in the 
envelopes provided, accompanied by a bid 
bond or certified cheque as defined in the 
Instructions to Bidders, will be received by 
the Ministry of Transportation and High- 
ways, Fourth Floor, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6, unless otherwise 
specified, up to 2 p.m. (local Victoria time) 
on the day of the tender opening, at which 
time tenders will be opened in public. The 
lowest or any tender not necessarily 
accepted. 


Tender forms with envelopes, plans, 
specifications and conditions of tender can 
be obtained from the Ministry of Transpor- 
tation and Highways, 940 Blanshard Street, 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6 (telephone 
387-1411), and for the convenience of 
Lower Mainland contractors only, from 
7818 Sixth Street, Burnaby, B.C. V3N 4N8 
(telephone 525-0961), unless otherwise 
specified, between the hours of 8.30 a.m. 
and 4.30 p.m., Monday to Friday, except 
holidays. 


The Ministry “‘General Specifications for 
Highway Construction,”’ to which the con- 
struction of this contract shall conform, are 
also available for the sum of $25. 


March 7, 1985 


Cheques or money orders shall be made 
payable to the Minister of Finance. No such 
purchases are refundable. — A. E. Rhodes, 
Acting Deputy Minister. [mh7 — 9977] 


HIGHWAY TENDER 


North Vancouver-Seymour Electoral Dis- 
trict, North Vancouver Highway District, 
Project D-2766 — Contract 1: Landscape 
development of Traffic Island, Capilano 
Road at Upper Levels Highway 1, North 
Vancouver. 


Tender documents with envelope, plans, 
specifications and conditions of tender are 
available free of charge only from District 
Highways Manager, 1690 Main Street, 
North Vancouver, B.C V7J 1E3, phone 
987-9311 between the hours of 8.30 a.m. 
and 4.30 p.m., Monday to Friday, except 
holidays. 


Tenders will be opened at the above 
address. 


No deposit required. 
The tender sum for this project is to in- 
clude federal sales tax. 


Tender opening date: Wednesday, March 
6, 1985, at 2 p.m. — A. E. Rhodes, Acting 
Deputy Minister. |mh7 — 9977] 


DISCONTINUING AND CLOSING 
HIGHWAY 


Discontinuing and closing road allow- 
ance for portion of Old Cascade—Paulson 
Road, Boundary-Similkameen Electoral 
District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 9 of 
the Highway Act, that all that part of the Old 
Cascade—Paulson Road within District Lot 
498 (except (1) 6.29 acres, more or less, 
shown as Columbia and Western Railway 
right of way on plan attached to Parcels 
Book, Volume 4, Folio 433; and (2) Plans 
2710, 13142, 13192 and 29837), SDYD, as 
shown outlined in green on a plan recorded 
in the Provincial Ministry of Transportation 
and Highways, Victoria, B.C., under 
“Road Surveys 9201”’ (being a copy of 
Highway District Plan 14-141), is hereby 
discontinued and closed. February 14, 
1985. File 33-01-78/348207. — Alex. V. 
Fraser, Minister of Transportation and 
Highways. [{mh7 — 9968] 


DISCONTINUING AND CLOSING 
HIGHWAY 


Discontinuing and closing road allow- 
ance for portion of Kimura Road 16-1, 
Boundary-Similkameen Electoral District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 9 of 
the Highway Act, that all that part of Kimura 
Road created by the provision of section 4 of 
the Highway Act within District Lot 498 
(except (1) 6.29 acres, more or less, shown 
as Columbia and Western Railway right of 
way on plan attached to Parcels Book, Vol- 
ume 4, Folio 433; and (2) Plans 2710, 
13142, 13192 and 29837), SDYD, as 
shown outlined in green on a plan recorded 
in the Provincial Ministry of Transportation 
and Highways, Victoria, B.C., under 
“Road Surveys 9200” (being a copy of 
Highway District Plan 14-142), is hereby 
discontinued and closed. February 14, 


March 7, 1985 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


369 





1985. File 33-01-78/348208. — Alex. V. 
Fraser, Minister of Transportation and 
Highways. {mh7 — 9968] 


March 7, 1985. — Alex. V. Fraser, Minister 
of Transportation and Highways. |mh7 — 
9970] 





DISCONTINUING AND CLOSING 
HIGHWAY 


Discontinuing and closing road allow- 
ance for Pine Street Extension, Yale- 
Lillooet Electoral District. 

Notice is given, pursuant to section 9 of 
the Highway Act, that all that part of Pine 
Street Extension within District Lot 126, 
Group |, KDYD (except Plans B583, 
11119, 12017, 11987, 561 and M17853 and 
save and except coal), as shown outlined in 
green on a plan of survey recorded in the 
Provincial Ministry of Transportation and 
Highways, Victoria, B.C., under “Road 
Surveys 9203”, is hereby discontinued and 
closed. 

That part of Pine Street Extension so dis- 
continued and closed is indicated by solid 
lines and the words “‘road to be closed” ona 
“subdivision plan of part of District Lot 
126, Group 1, KDYD, and closed road ex- 
cept Plans B583, 11119, 12017, 11987, 561 
and M17583”’, prepared by G. L. Howarth, 
B.C.L.S., to be deposited in the Kamloops 
Land Title Office. February 28, 1985. File 
25-01-78/348367. — Alex. V. Fraser, Mini- 
ster of Transportation and Highways. [mh7 
— 9968] 


DISCONTINUING AND CLOSING 
HIGHWAY 


Discontinuing and closing road allow- 
ance for portion of Wigen Road, Nelson- 
Creston Electoral District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 9 of 
the Highway Act, that all that part of 30-foot 
public road dedicated by Plan 1489, com- 
mencing 15 feet east of the southwest corner 
of Lot B, Block 147, Plan 1489, and con- 
tinuing easterly; thence southeasterly and 
terminating at the southeast corner of Lot B, 
Block 147, Plan 1489; all within District 
Lot 9551, Kootenay District, is hereby dis- 
continued and closed. February 14, 1985. 
File 39-01-78/348741. — Alex. V. Fraser, 
Minister of Transportation and Highways. 
[mh7 — 9968] 


ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 


Establishing right of way for Annacis 
Highway: Vancouver—Blaine Highway to 
Fraser River, Delta Electoral District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 of 
the Highway Act, that all those portions of 
Parcel C (Ref. Plan 7336) of the south half of 
the southwest quarter, Section 14; Lot 1 of 
the northeast quarter of Section 11, Plan 
59728; northwest quarter of Section 12; por- 
tion (20 acres) of southwest quarter, Section 
12, Sketch 1304a; and the southeast quarter 
of Section 12 (except the southeast quarter); 
all of Township 4, NWD, as shown outlined 
in red and green on a plan recorded in the 
Provincial Ministry of Transportation and 
Highways, Victoria, B.C., on File P/N 
62606 (being a copy of Highway Design and 
Surveys Branch Drawing R1-177-0038), are 
hereby established as public highway. 


ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 

Establishing right of way for Annacis 
Highway: Vancouver—Blaine Highway to 
Queensborough Bridge, Delta Electoral 
District. 

Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 of 
the Highway Act, that all those portions of 
Plan 29788 and the southerly half of Lot 5 
(Plan in Absolute Fees Parcels Book Vol- 
ume 12, Folio 298, No. 5007F), Plan 795; 
Lot 5 (shown on Plan 29788) of Block 48, 
Plan 11332; Lots 6 and 7 of Blocks 44 and 
4p, Plan 11332, and all of Lot 46, Plan 
33758; all of District Lot 18, Group 2, 
NWD, as shown outlined in red on a plan 
recorded in the Provincial Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Highways, Victoria, B.C., on 
File P/N 60893 (being a copy of Highway 
Design and Surveys Branch Drawings 55 
and 56), are hereby established as public 
highway. March 7, 1985. — Alex. V. Fra- 
ser, Minister of Transportation and High- 
ways. [mh7 — 9970] 


ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 


Establishing right of way for Coquihalla 
Highway, Crossing 3 to Larson Hill, Yale- 
Lillooet Electoral District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 of 
the Highway Act, that all those portions of 
District Lots 874, 875, 631, 613, unsur- 
veyed Crown land adjacent District Lots 613 
and 631; unsurveyed Crown land between 
District Lots 613 and 599; unsurveyed 
Crown land between District Lots 613 and 
599, Plan CG437; all within YDYD; as 
shown outlined in red on a plan recorded in 
the Provincial Ministry of Transportation 
and Highways, Victoria, B.C., on File 
R-4423 (being a copy of Highway Design 
and Surveys Branch Drawings R2-110-01 to 
10), are hereby established as public high- 
way. March 7, 1985. — A. E. Rhodes, for 
Minister of Transportation and Highways. 
{mh7 — 9970] 


ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 


Establishing right of way for Braeside 
Road 12, Omineca Electoral District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 of 
the Highway Act, that all those portions of 
the northeast quarter of Section 27; the 
southeast quarter of Section 34; Lot A of 
Section 35, Plan 4396; the west half of the 
southwest quarter of Section 35 (except Plan 
4396); Lot A of the east half of the south- 
west quarter of Section 35, Plan 4411; the 
east half of the southwest quarter of Section 
35 (except Plan 4411); the west half of Sec- 
tion 26; the fractional northwest quarter of 
Section 28; Lot | of Section 33, Plan 4614; 
Lot A of Section 28, Plan 4630; the south- 
east quarter of Section 33 (except Plan 
4614); the fractional northeast quarter of 
Section 28 (except Plan 4630); the north- 
west quarter of Section 27; Lot 1 of Section 
34, Plan 4426; the southwest quarter of Sec- 
tion 34 (except Plans 4426 and 5578); Lot 2 
of Section 34 (except Plan 4426), Plan 5578; 


the northwest quarter of Section 32; all 
Township 12; Range 5, Coast District, and 
the southwest quarter of Section 5, Town- 
ship 19, Range 5, Coast District, as shown 
outlined in red on a plan recorded in the 
Provicial Ministry of Transportation and 
Highways, Victoria, B.C., on File P/N 
25593, 25594, 2o29n» 222905 229! 
25598, 25599, 28001, 28002, 28003, 
28004, 28005, 28006, and 19903 (being a 
copy of Highway District Plan 45-A12-4), 
are hereby established as public highway. 
March 7, 1985. — Alex. V. Fraser, Minister 
of Transportation and Highways. |mh7 — 
9970} 


ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 


Establishing right of way for Holmes— 
Deakin Road 365, Columbia River Elec- 
toral District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 of 
the Highway Act, that all that part of the 
northeast quarter of Section 33 (except Plan 
5612), Township 28, Range 22, W5M, 
Kootenay District, as shown outlined in red 
on a plan recorded in the Provincial Minis- 
try of Transportation and Highways, Vic- 
toria, B.C., on File P/N 13806 (being a 
copy of Highway District Plan 25-229), is 
hereby established as public highway. 
March 7, 1985. A. E. Rhodes, for Minister 
of Transportation and Highways. |mh7 — 
9970] 


ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 


Establishing right of way for Lindley 
Creek Road, Yale-Lillooet Electoral Dis- 
trict. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 of 
the Highway Act, that all that part of Lot 
126, Group | (except Plans B583, 11119, 
12017, 11987, 561 and M17853 and except 
coal), KDYD, as shown outlined in green 
on a plan recorded in the Provincial Minis- 
try of Transportation and Highways, Vic- 
toria, B.C., under File P/N 52410, is hereby 
established as public highway. March 7, 
1985. — A. E. Rhodes, for Minister of 
Transportation and Highways. {mh7 — 
9970] 


ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 


Establishing right of way for Okanagan 
Highway, Okanagan South Electoral Dis- 
trict. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 of 
the Highway Act, that all of Lot D, Plan 
12373, Section 22, Township 20, ODYD, 
as shown outlined in red on a plan recorded 
in the Provincial Ministry of Transportation 
and Highways, Victoria, B.C., on File P/N 
53124 (being a copy of Highway Design and 
Surveys Branch Drawing 29-441RW), is 
hereby established as public highway. 
March 7, 1985. — Alex. V. Fraser, Minister 
of Transportation and Highways. [{mh7 — 
9970] 


ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 


Establishing right of way for Okanagan 
Highway, Harvey Avenue, Okanagan South 
Electoral District. 


370 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 of 
the Highway Act, that all that part of Lot A, 
Plan 17972, District Lot 139, ODYD, as 
shown outlined in green on a plan recorded 
in the Provincial Ministry of Transportation 
and Highways, Victoria, B.C., on File P/N 
53306 (being a copy of Highway Design and 
Surveys Branch Drawing R2-82B-02RW), 
is hereby established as public highway. 
March 7, 1985. — A. E. Rhodes, for Mini- 
ster of Transportation and Highways. |mh7 
— 9970] 


ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 


Establishing right of way for Prince- 
ton—Kamloops Highway, Kamloops Elec- 
toral District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 of 
the Highway Act, that all those portions of 
Legal Subdivisions 9 and 10 of the northeast 
quarter (except Plans 5325 and 23099), Sec- 
tion 17, Township 19, Range 17, W6M, 
KDYD, as shown outlined in red on a plan 
recorded in the Provincial Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Highways, Victoria, B.C., on 
File P/N 2408 (being a copy of Highway 
District Plan 21-5s-30), are hereby estab- 
lished as public highway. March 7, 1985. — 
A. E. Rhodes, for Minister of Transporta- 
tion and Highways. [{mh7 — 9971] 


ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 


Establishing right of way for Rock 
Creek—Kelowna Highway, Okanagan 
South Electoral District (amendment). 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 (2) 
of the Highway Act, and all other powers 
thereunto enabling, that notice dated August 
23, 1984 and published in The British Co- 
lumbia Gazette of August 23, 1984, and 
recorded in the Provincial Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Highways, Victoria, B.C., on 
File P/N 53433 (being a copy of Highway 
Design and Surveys Branch Drawing 
R2-106-10), is hereby amended by deleting 
the words and figures ‘‘Strata Lots 1 to 24, 
Strata Plan K60, together with an interest in 
the common property in proportion to the 
unit entitlement of the strata lot as shown on 
Form |’ from the third to seventh lines and 
substituting the words and figures “the 
common property of Strata Plan K60”’. 
March 7, 1985. Alex. V. Fraser, Minister of 
Transportation and Highways. {mh7 — 
9971] 


ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 


Establishing right of way for Trans-Can- 
ada Highway: Floods to Hope, Yale-Lil- 
looet Electoral District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 of 
the Highway Act, that all that part of Lot | 
(except those parts thereof: (1) outlined red 
on Plan B7607; (2) included in Plan 19882), 
District Lot 80, Plan 2635, YDYD, as 
shown outlined in red on a plan recorded in 
the Provincial Ministry of Transportation 
and Highways, Victoria, B.C., on File P/N 
62635 (being a copy of Highway Design and 
Surveys Branch Drawings R1-63-16), is 
hereby established as public highway. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


March 7, 1985. — Alex. V. Fraser, Minister 
of Transportation and Highways. {mh7 — 
9971} 





ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 


Establishing right of way for Trans-Can- 
ada Highway: Wahleach Power Station to 
Cheam View Section, Yale-Lillooet Elec- 
toral District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 of 
the Highway Act, that all of Lot 4 of the 
southwest quarter of Section 35, Township 
3, Range 28, W6M, Plan 25878, NWD, is 
hereby established as public highway. File 
P/N 60930. March 7, 1985. — A. E. 
Rhodes, for Minister of Transportation and 
Highways. [mh7 — 9971] 


ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 


Establishing right of way for Trans-Can- 
ada Highway: Wahleach Power Station to 
Cheam View Section, Chilliwack Electoral 
District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 of 
the Highway Act, that all that part of Lot 2 of 
the southwest quarter of Section 35, Town- 
ship 3, Range 28, W6M, Plan 25878, 
NWD, as shown outlined in red on a plan 
recorded in the Provincial Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Highways, Victoria, B.C., on 
File P/N 7002 (being a copy of Highway 
Design and Surveys Branch Drawing 
R1-98-05), is hereby established as public 
highway. March 7, 1985. — Alex. V. Fra- 
ser, Minister of Transportation and High- 
ways. [{mh7 — 9971] 


ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 


Establishing right of way for Vernon— 
Slocan Highway, Okanagan North Elec- 
toral District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 of 
the Highway Act, that all that part of the 
southwest quarter of the southwest quarter 
of Section 25, Plan B4080, Township 6, 
ODYD, as shown outlined in red on a plan 
recorded in the Provincial Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Highways, Victoria, B.C., on 
File P/N 50032 (being a copy of Highway 
District Plan 175/1119), is hereby estab- 
lished as public highway. March 7, 1985. — 
A. E. Rhodes, for Minister of Transporta- 
tion and Highways. |mh7 — 9971] 


ESTABLISHING RIGHT OF WAY 


Establishing right of way for Winnig 
Road 1127, vicinity of Courtenay, Comox 
Electoral District. 


Notice is given, pursuant to section 6 of 
the Highway Act, that all that portion of the 
northeast quarter of Section 16, Township 
9, Comox District, as shown outlined in red 
on a plan recorded in the Provincial Minis- 
try of Transportation and Highways, Vic- 
toria, B.C., on File R1944 (being a copy of 
Highway District Plan 64-1127-01), is 
hereby established as public highway. 


March 7, 1985 


March 7, 1985. — A. E. Rhodes, for Mini- 
ster of Transportation and Highways. [mh7 
— 9971] 


DEFINING SPEED ZONE 


Take notice that, pursuant to section 151 
(4) of the Motor Vehicle Act, the following 
area is defined as a speed zone area: 

2167 Carrs Landing Fire Protection 
Area — the lands lying within the Carrs 
Landing Fire Protection Specified Area. 
February 21, 1985. File 70-00-24. — Alex. 
V. Fraser, Minister of Transportation and 
Highways. |mh7 — 9969] 


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Creditors of estates, notices to: 

Adams Maric Williarn cis styacssevtne ne ho ooO 
Anderson, Dianne dsobel ssweaces<cSssnanysxs SOO 
DURE PTANCOs IVIEXY .nccstvastncneiaunsavgis sien oOo 
Bishop, Gordon Bawint viiis..-cisstesics O00 
BrownwRoth pada pecves ¢. eed beeen ah) (OBO 
Colwell, Ernestine Lucienne ...........0::4«.. 336 
DenOIs, CFOrdOMMOUN «sxssassasntn tes crisaasawae tao 
Fagerlund, John ........... catia 
Farmer, Mary Agnes ......... viver-305 
Friesen, Cornelius John ..... weaO 
Galvin, Augustine Andrea ........ spate wrussioe 
Hamilton, Margaret Ruth ............:0.008. 336 
Hawkesworth, Bert Harvey .................... 336 


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Kilian, Heinz Wilhelm: ........0s00sssssrsrrees 336 Restoration applications Doudiet, Joanne Mary Lynne , 364 
Legh, William Venables .............:---20+++ 335 Cormorant Industries Ltd. ..... 354 Dyhrman, Frederick Anthony vee 363 
Lundie, David Nelson ........0ceesseasreesciees 336 Decew Enterprises Ltd. ...........-.++ , 353 Fisher, Virginia Louise ; : vee 363 
Lundstedt, Vaino Carl) .......scerscaccarsneeeses 335 Dynco Development Corporation ..... 354 Gomien, Marie Ramona ve ... 364 
Mahony, Ann Russon-Bayliss ............-... 336 George M. Lyttle Holdings Ltd. ....... 353 Grauman, Edmund ....... vere 963 
MeCHag MATOMIBAIN .vcrcsactasatteskiapsivends 1 O00 Gilani Investments Limited .................... 354 Haas, Solange Ida Anne-Marie ............... 364 
MGRBT AIO ONM neisuacsdsssassiany areca stoaneds 336 Lough Holdings Ltd. .....ccererrrecesssseve 359 Harris, Herlinde Hermine 5 Fa an oe aN eek 
Merck, Arthur Walter .........sccsseeeeeseee 3 930 Raipub Enterprises Ltd. ............ Ba awrees Harte, Barrie wvsrs O04 
Mills, Alfred Henshall ...........0002ss.0ces0e« 336 Ten Rue Frederick Limited...... Fee crs th iano Hong, JU LEe «2.1.25 dassasherseneniuste 364 
Monical, Robert ..........s::ss:cssessessesterees 335 Tujay Holdings Ltd. .............++ Bree rh ae sO Hrbek, Anna . von) pO 
gel BERIT DG a yeiaensstchernctaacesse or Voluntary winding-up and appointment of liqui ee ae ~ PREP hire oA 
TITRA ORI Hee oe RPC de ON ane 335 {ator adziclawa, an Pau FS MAS ar KT CoP TEER ERNEST 36 
ROM PI, PUSOAOTO ss. escnssancicsnsereaessaaraont 336 tae Trust Company ....-...+. Peete: MOR King, Amanda THCres€ .....0:sceceerrsevereres 364 
Rucker, Dorothy Louisa .........0.<::::60000 Ce eae a? Lafleur, Kenneth Paul .....:. sressirersserns BOF 
Savory, Kenneth Cyril Arnold Barrie ........ 336 sa pindeyd Ee ; Lee, Sang Hyub ........:cceeereseeeeeeeees . 364 
SANYGHUMe WHIIIBIN: cynatesteaetucetssasacasaccess 336 Ceased business in Province — LuscOMbe, Lila ....sscseeesereesceeecssveseenees 363 
Smith, Eliza Charlotte ...........cccccececeeseee 336 _RoyNat Guarantee Corporation .......+.++++. 356 Mobley, Rose-Marie Martha .............+.0++ 364 
Shave Pan me NABN) want even kvalsia van ceed ine cs 336 Licensed business in Province — MISA, TEA LUDIAG can ccicapss peaaeegur eenacorrricd 363 
Sullivan, Bartholomew Joseph ..............5: 336 Canadian Northern Shield Insurance Com- Olfacius, Marianne Lilli ............ec0-.es000e 364 
Meche RURTTtey arcereectsters sunt cote aexs erties 335 PANY 0. seeereeecseeeesuecreuerssenseeneessenees 356 FRISAL Se ATIaGCHMIE) \cyastyceate, sc easseeeae seat es 364 
Verral, Florence Lillian Olive 336 Societies: Pea pty VIOLA ince'sa wastes ya easie onus Argen eared seems 364 
Waldon, Mary Burton .........:.:seesseeeeeeees 336 Change of name — Plotnikoff, Albert ........:::csrcserseeeereeerees 363 
Westerwoudt, Maria Josepha Hendrika ...... 336 Tovnsite BuEtIAAE ASSOGISUDMisusccoevs-c0ss 356 Pollock, Dale Ronald .........:::0cccsereers 364 
Miscellaneous: miseoliinakce Sahota, Gurbachana Singh Sr rprectrey ty 363 
Private Bills, rules respecting ...............338,339 Relirisnty 22) (G8 Siccasssssresvssteecssavestvnen 356 Sahota, Harminder Singh ........+..++++:+++++- 363 
Notary Public enrolment applications: FODIUaTY 27, LORS) yscacsrecerrrseesesssvenapens 356 Sahota, Satvinder Singh ua ages dams aide Dav ge 363 
Alliblal, Maleksiltan...s<cscvssccccavestecanses 337 Incorporations ~- Sharma, Lilawati Girdharilal oye ea ne 364 
usase, Mayaane Pah as sas vacasdeznerexee 331 February 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 1985...........- 356 hit Rae one MAL stares cnavsbrert ange = 
AVIS. Keith) THOMAS cys .aaseees-oenssreeecenss 33 eAbaaey dare teerampeme:, Sa eteee rv Aen EYRE LU SEAS ES 2 
Gordon, Susanna Chan ........c000sces0seee0 337 MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT SOUS SNR PORE M ship ses nesesystorerrenyie op 
Harding, Margaret Cecelia.................+4++ 337 Pollution amendments: rer a James Francis .....+...00reeeseeeens 363 
Peg teal Seisscaihe oe tiaimeecon: 337 Alcan Smelters and Chemicals Ltd. .......... 357 eh ee Wing Lan «.....0-.+sseeeserren 364 
Sweeting, Douglas Lysle .......:2+-...+c++0+s 337 Chew Excavating Ltd Wot Joseph Frank .....0++0s+0eeeesssesseers 363 
Walker, Cynthia Merylene..................265 337 Jerebenl le Mets Soon ee atts, Jeannette Colleen Amy ......-..---+++. 364 
Youngs DRVIGINOG) \y sexo cceenccscsnsccasns casas 337 Osovgosmownienawaee movers sr Lar dla ATVI -.0-seesessssseessnees en 
Private Bill application: Whonnock Industries Limited ................. 357 Ww UES acer Nokes Con ace cae ener aesere<s” Et6S AEF 
t : asthe UVM Moe se Sar Pind renewed eokpoaenass 363 
Barkman, Dennis, ef al. .....cc0cce0e0e00e00s 338 Pollution applications: Ong ; 
Meadow Creek Cedar Ltd. ........:eessseereees 358 eR Sy WUT ns seesanveny vsacnraaant eerennte 363 
ares OF CONSUMER AND P. Remple Shake & Shingle Co. Ltd. ........ 358 aE oa OF LANDS, PARKS AND 
RPORATE AFFAIRS Strom Bros Contracting Ltd..............:00+ 358 HOUSING 
els Dispositions of land: 
Companies: MINISTRY OF FORESTS Glendale Readi-Mix Co. Ltd 364 
Amalgamation (B.C.) — aa : : RNA a SSO 
BIE toad 339 Auction sales: Gordendale Logging Ltd. ............-....++.+- 365 
APINDENUSL STS COTE OSS aes ree ee Re 2 Timber Licence AA 086. sr- ccaarecnsssmtee sams 361 Wee BlancaRondldW avers 220 accuse, cence 365 
een — = ad Peas fern: ike SV Oeemee eae yO ae Lignum Ltd. and Jacobson Bros. Forest Prod- 
Lenebaa wean Seusaseswsas ae es s Imber SIGENCEAaOOSN ss sccrstvsssresperset= 3 NICKS. is0s0casnasketnenbae So ch hcokea ae evepemeTies 365 
CR Gan Geman ner acess ot ac ustanenatcs sare sderss 339 MimberRicenceAZ2135) 7... ccssscaneatsanae se 359 Oborne, Gary Ronald ... 365 
Changes of name and conversions (B.C.) — Timber Licence A22139, erratum............. 359 Wylie, DO ee, ee 365 
February 7, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22,1985 339 MimbersluicencesA2AG20. vec aseveesseeseessrs 359 
Changes of name (extraprovincial) — Pe Pee ree seseessery Sittsinesie ring 360 ee akan aig 
Gre ING eer te ee ne eat 34] amber IcenceyAQS 7 O) vee vecs+evdests eves ern 360 . : 
SEG Go ee Ce Ee al Timber [cence AVS800 .ccs.ccysssstererserss 360 SE EEL EAL IS aa Bes 
) y pistes : : Nanaimo City, Bylaw 2796 ..........0..200000 365 
Custodis-Hamon Canada Inc.... MimberlicencetAZ4 54s ivssusssaseaveeduevns 359 ea 
c Copa PORE CP EE 341 : : Surrey District, Bylaw 8154 365 
Pacific Brewing Company Ltd. ................ 341 Timber Licence A24257 .........::.0ssseesse00 360 Orders ce Cc 1: Si aa 
Westbank Leasing Limited ................0.6+. 341 Timber Licence A24265 .......1.1sssseseeees 360 Onder in Connsl 
238375 Alberta Ltd........cccccccceeeeeceuee Timber W1cence\AZ4266).. 1. .snesensanwnenases 361 EER Ta COCNON 2E8 on sns ne teams caste eae 366 
wat aeasneee 341 Ord G 1266 
Fe aoe Timber Licence A24577 s.scsssesssesssesveseses 361 SE EE Ne ae go 366 
ontinuations in : : OrderantGonnel 267 <cec. eases sdocneneeeena ce 366 
Canterbury Foods Ltd. ........ 34] Timber Licence A24578 ...........00::s2221005 361 
Gia Binrene bi 341 Timber Licence A24579 ........ccsesceseeees 361 ae ay Sean SECRETARY 
Pe are ttiertisess Timber Licence A24641 ........cscesseseeseens 359 RNMENT SERVICES 
Pte ee et Oe Timber Licence A24690 ...-.ccnsren 359 Land surveyors 
Ta’Zuma Holdings Ltd. ecu er ae 341 Calling for tenders: Additions to‘anntiall List ..c: 0. .n.aceecss sees 335 
Condainton aut Timber Licence A21453\.............0..2.4..+-. 362 MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND 
Robcour Enterprises Ltd 34] Timber Licence A22754 ...........01.0.0...000 362 HIGHWAYS 
: age eee ei ets ys ee MimberE1cence AZ285 Okaaaeaacs.sesaneeeeaaaaes 362 Calling for tenders: 
Dissolutions — : P ne eae 
FEBrUATY 22, 1985) ccccevecccasneeceeeres- 341 Forest service roads established, closed or Bridge Project B-2408, Contract 1............ 366 
Febriary 25,26, 27, 28, 1985... 345 é pee a ; Bridge Project B-2899).. ss... ...sssesseeseenes 367 
Incorporations — Derepton Mabe Facets Tee aa rae Be ey 52766 “Contract | ina somec mea 368 
ervice Road......... oject D- y Gontractillsc;sseeneeesysenesess 
; sieht pu 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 1985....... 345 Holy Cross Forest Service Road............... 362 Project M-3000-0001.....sscsensversecssnscevess 367 
ntent to cancel registration — Miscellaneous: Project M=3000-O002) on vvsassaasnpnawabunanne 367 
ee NG BSirate decasceesseNensech exec sweon hee 348 Forest Licence A16881, erratum .............. 362 Project S-2965 
ay to dissolve — Forest licence applications, Kootenay Lake Project S-3010 
RUGD NT ealo 8 Okage awa vena ea eaoeeen cease 348 finiber Supply sare dency: sretessteancesi xs 363 Project S-3011 
Registrations cancelled — Woodlot 236, applications invited ............ 362 Discontinuing and closing highways: 
Continental Illinois (Canada) Ltd. ............ 352 Woodlot 246, applications invited ............ 363 Kimura Road 16-1, portion of ........-:.+.+++- 368 
Rebrtianyiae lon Snes aa tao ttec te eeaee 352 Woodlot 247, applications invited ............ 363 a eocmices os Road, portion of ....... 368 
ebritanys254.265 1985 c1.-ssire-aceccrecvacee 352 ine Street extension .............eeeeereeseeees 369 
Sages re MINISTRY OF HEALTH Wi i 
Revistrations | (extraprovincialy) — say IpeniROAG, POMIOM Olt... ssasscasaaniavansaais 369 
Pebriery 15, 18.19, 90, 21, 1985.....6.-..-. 352 Applications for change of name: Establishing rights of way: 
: me Abads GlaudiaaMtaniaucumrerrnseresvenivsai eves 364 Annacis Highway (2 notices) .............0.66 369 
Restorations (B.C.) : y 
a Anderson, GarolesArlene iiv.i.scsstaessieteces 363 Braeside R 
Cascade Foods Limited 353 sti SS a eae rt pel ah 36? 
esiy a oot nt 9 ae a Azerad, Christine Marie 22100). s.s.....s.000- 363 GCoguihalaseligh way) :.scc.<-sspscvensweses cusses 369 
. UTS Ae NOs acetate etigee teas met ete BestwardsChiStne AMG ssvccsssvesrevesevees 363 Holmes-Deaki 
GaceRinasce limited 353 olmes-Deakin Road 365 ..............s1000ees 369 
= ‘ DE Ren ae SEES Canepa BW ar arpa KAU ivsevessvasesnnnsnwcenensen 363 Mindley Creeks Road | inuscsucxn sp odessa sarees 369 
ee ee) ee Bodnar, John) Franko: .........0...0--.+22020+-- 364 Okanagan Highway (2 notices) ................ 369 
ans Christian Toy Stores Ltd................. 353 UGH OZ IEG Cieestntsmaisasasbe vane en es <aqsas tar 363 Princeton—Kamloops Highway................. 370 
Companies (public): eee Martha amo nits ae Rock Creek—Kelowna Highway, amending 
Aepsinenent on iitiitor— aley, Marguerita Hayton ..................... 63 Gazettes NONCE paces cuen see aeeeeendneseeene 370 
International Daihakone Investment Ltd. .... 353 eure als SUSAN oes eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees an eee ee (Binouces) ierrassveces 370 
f : biel Oke trccruneverty scaly du 1s ututker cade é ernon—Slocan Highway.................ss..0++ 
Final or general meeting — GROWS PARTE CENGE casteiverans cornrseiarsnvar 364 Winning Road 137 Med be eee ete een 340 
Air B.C. Leasing Ltd. ........200...scceeeeeees 353 Clark, Linda Jane ... 363 Miscellaneous: 
Meeting of creditors — Cole, Albert John Rees Soe aN 36: ic ini 
International Daihakone Investment Ltd. .... 353 Colonel, Gayle Lois Beco Nee en 364 ee een a cate 370 
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