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Vol. LXXXVL] VICTORIA, APRIL 18th, 1946. 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 


Page. 

Appointments _ 1051 


Provincial Board of Health. Page. 

fFeragen, Ingwald, application for change of name 

_ apI8 1058 

fGoorevitch, Abraham, certificate of change of name 

to Abe Clark Gurvin_apl8 1055 

fHilfiker, Paul Richard, application for change of name 

-apl8 1058 

tHrynyk, Walter, application for change of name _apl8 1058 
fJagoe, Mary Mildred, application for change of name 

-apl8 1057 

tKadyschuck, Onufrey, certificate of change of name to 

Frederick Kade_apl8 1056 

fKruszelnicki, Alfred Theodore, certificate of change 

of name to Alfred Theodore Cross_apl8 1056 

tKuzyk, William, application for change of name_.apl8 1057 
tLeighton, Robert, application for change of name.ap!8 1057 
tMelnychuk, Alexander, application for change of 

name_ apl8 1058 

tMelnychuk, George, application for change of name 

.- apl8 1056 

fNixdorf, Elza, certificate of change of name to Elsie 

Nystrom-apl8 1056 

tPakarinen, Ilmari Johannas, certificate of change of 

name to Edwin John Packer_apl8 1056 

tPlatnico, Vera, application for change of name.._apl8 1056 
tParsons, Gladys Emma, application for change of 

name- ; -...-apl8 1056 

fPoje, Stephen, application for change of name_apl8 1058 

tRichardson, George Harold, certificate of change of 

name to Ross Harvey Sinclaire_apl8 1058 

tSastaunik, Edith Aimee, certificate of change of name 

to Edith Aimee Gordon___apl8 1056 

tSeginowicz, Stephen, certificate of change of name to 

Stephen Segnoe___ _apl8 1056 

tSharpe, Sidney Russell, certificate of change of name 

to John Loyd Sharpe___apl8 1058 

tShaw, Mary Kathleen, certificate of change of name 

to Louella Shaw___apl8 1056 

fSmith, Robert, certificate of change of name to Robert 

Louis Smith_ a pl8 1055 

tSokulsky, John, application for change of name __apl8 1057 
tState, William McRobert, certificate of change of 

name to Rae F. State_apl8 1057 

tStoyke, Mike, application for change of name_apl8 1057 

tSzabo, Charles Louis, certificate of change of name to 

Charles Louis Saboe_apl8 1056 


Provincial Secretary. 

fRescission of appointments_apl8 1051 

Proclamations. 

t Animals Act,'' alteration of Proclamation defining 

Waldo Bull-control Area”_apl8 1053 

t ‘ Animals Act,” substitution of description of area 
of land defining “ Columbia-Kootenay District” 

under - apl8 1053 

i Public Schools Act Amendment Act, 1946,” bringing 
into operation amendments enacted by, with excep¬ 
tion of sections 48, 49, 50___apl8 1052 

Orders in Council. 

f Fernie City Municipality, reinstatement of Council and 

Administrative Boards_ _apl8 1053 

Department of Attorney-General. 

Supreme Court sittings_nol4 1054 

Department of Agriculture. 

f Animals Act,” excluding lands comprised in Bull- 

control Areas from bull districts_apl8 1055 

Provincial Board of Health. 

lAverbach, Usher, certificate of change of name to 

Harry Avery- apl8 1067 

TBragg, Herbert Armand, certificate of change of name 

to John Brage_ apl8 1057 

iChuzikouski, George, certificate of change of name to 

George Kirk- ___apl8 1065 

fDonetsky, Laudemar, certificate of change of name to 

Edward Walter Donesley_aplS 1055 

tDunn, Barbara-Ann, application for change of name 


tElsaesser, John Howard Ralph, certificate of change 
of name to John Parker..._apl8 1067 


Department of Lands and Forests. 

tCancellation of reserve of pt. Lots 5 and 6 of D.L. 90 
and Bks. 3 and 4 of D.L. 107, Alberni District; W. Vi 
Lot 1703 a, R. 4, and pt. D.L. 770, R. 3, Coast Dis¬ 
trict ; Bk. 128 of D.L. 383 and Bk. 53 of Lot 397, 
Kootenay District; pt. Frac. L.S. 13, Sec. 11, Tp. 6, 
R. 26, W. of 6th M.; Lot 6, Sec. 1, R. 7, Cranberry 
District; Lot 7 of D.L. 51, Wellington District; W. 
Vi Lot 11 of Lot 72, Sayward District; Lot 16 of D.L. 
85, Newcastle District; Bk. 186 of Lot 266 and pt. 
Lots 1 and 2 of Lot 660, pt. Lot 560, and Bk. H of 
Lot 560, S.D.Y.D.; Lots 1 and 2 of Bks. 5 and 6, and 
Pt. Bk. 4 of Lot 689, Gp. 1, and Bk. 22 of Lot 810, 
Gp. 1, New Westminster District; Lot 9 of Sec. 37 
Esquimalt District; Lot 7 of Secs. 6 and 21, North 
Pender Island, Cowichan District; Lot 8, Sec. 35, 


Sooke District-'_apl8 1161 

Nanaimo District, survey of Lot 198_my2 1159 

Nanaimo District, survey of Lot 201__apl8 1159 

Lillooet District, survey of Lot 5027 _apl8 1160 

New Westminster District, survey of Lot 5940, Gp. 1 
-----apl8 1159 


Sayward District, survey of Lot 1122_my2 1159 

Similkameen Division of Yale District, survey of Lot 

3237s apl8 n60 

limber Licence xa5377, auction sale_apl8 1160 

Timber Licence x37344, auction sale_apl8 1158 

fTimber Licence x37980, auction sale_apl8 1159 

Timber Licence x38018, auction sale_ap25 1160 

fTimber Licence x38249, auction sale__--ap25 1160 

fTimber Licence x38570, auction sale_je6 1161 

Timber Licence x38620, auction sale_ap25 1161 

Timber Licence x38659, auction sale_ap26 1158 

Timber Licence X38716, auction sale_ apl8 1059 

fTimber Licence x38717, auction sale..__je6 1161 

Timber Licence x38820, auction sale_my23 1158 

.Timber Licence x38849, auction sale_ ap25 1169 

iTimber Licence x38851, auction sale_apl8 1160 















































































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THE B.C. GAZETTE 


[April 18th, 1946 


Department of Lands and Forests. Page. 

Timber Licence x38952, auction sale_ ap25 1160 

tTimber Licence X38971, auction sale_my9 1161 

Timber Licence x38979, auction sale .. my2 1158 

‘Timber Licence x38981, auction sale_ ..apl8 1160 

Timber Licence x38998, auction sale_apl8 1158 

Timber Licence x39023, auction sale. apl8 1059 

Timber Licence x39075, auction sale..my30 1158 


Yale Division of Yale District, survey of Lot 1607 apl8 1169 

Forest Service. 

tTimber Licence x37161, inviting tenders for purchase 

_________ apl8 1059 

tTimber Licence x38666, inviting tenders for purchase 

_________apl8 1162 

tTimber Licence x39180, inviting tenders for purchase 

........ apl8 1059 

Applications for Certificates of Improvements. 


(Cliff Fractional Mineral Claim__je6 1068 

Applications to Lease Lands. 

Acland, John Bevill..__apl8 1061 

tAcme Detective Agency, Limited__my9 1108 

tAlberni District Fall Fair_ my9 1099 

tArnold Growers Co-operative Union. The..my9 1107 

IB. & G. General Store, Ltd._my9 1102 

Bell, Robert and Winnifred_ _apl8 1060 

Brett Logging Company, Limited, The_my2 1061 

Burke Lumber Company, Limited ..apl8 1061 

tComox Logging & Railway Company__my9 1060 

Gibbens, Fred E_apl8 1060 

Grandview Auto Park, Limited_my2 1060 

tKeary, Charles_ my9 1059 

tKnowlton Logging Company, Ltd., The (2 notices) 

-my9 1059 

fMoyle, John_ __my9 1069 

McDonald, Alexander_ apl8 1060 

North Coast Timber Company, Limited_my2 1060 

Silver-Skagit Logging Co., Ltd_ ap25 1061 

Sinclair & Boyd, Limited. __ap!8 1061 

Smith, George R., and Laurence A. H. Casper_my2 1062 

10 Mile Bay Logging Company, Limited, The_my2 1061 

Union Steamships, Limited_apl8 1061 

Wilson, Douglas Gordon Keith_ap25 1060 

Applications to Purchase Lands. 

Axen, Carl Eric_my2 1063 

Cooper, Paul Emerson_ap25 1062 

Hutton, John Brown_apl8 1062 

O'Keeffe, William Wallace_apl8 1062 

Ramsey, Ernest Alfred_my2 1062 

Stevenson, Andrew Cameron_my2 1062 

Wissler, Fred_ _..apl8 1062 

Wohlleben, Karl Ernst August__my2 1062 

Young, John Anderson_ap25 1063 

Legislative Assembly. 

Private Bills, rules respecting_ 1157 

Certificates of Incorporation. 

Alex Gair & Sons, Ltd__ _my2 1107 

Alliance Lumber Co., Ltd__my2 1092 

B.C. Builders, Limited_ my2 1105 

B. C. Hardware (1946), Limited. _my2 1091 

Bakers’ Allied Trades Association_my2 1096 

Bar K Ranch and U Drive, Limited_apl8 1068 

Barak Lumber Mills, Limited_ap25 1078 

Bay Lumber Co., Ltd. .. my2 1089 

Beacon Theatres, Limited_ap25 1077 

Bennett Corporation, Limited_ ap25 1081 

Bonanza Basin Gold Mines. Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility)_ ap'25 1076 

Bonded Roofs and Supplies, Limited . my2 1106 

Burnaby Lake Men's Community Service Club, The 

-- ap25 1077 

Burrard Acceptance Corporation, Limited_apl8 1071 

C. C. Dan Co. (1946). Limited_ap25 1074 

Cambie Realty, Ltd_ ap'25 1083 

Campbell (Streamliner) Propellers, Ltd....ap25 1077 

tCanex Company, Limited_ my9 1100 

Canyon Cariboo Gold Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility). ap25 1076 

Canyon Sawmills, Ltd.._ apl8 1071 

(Central Holdings, Ltd__my9 1103 

Clements, Limited_ ap26 1081 

(Clinton Hardware, Limited. my9 1102 

Coast Converters, Ltd_ my2 1090 

Columbia Engineering and Management Company, 

Limited (Non-Personal Liability) .. my2 1092 

Comet Taxi-cabs, Ltd. .. my2 1091 

(Consolidated Enterprises. Ltd._my9 1109 

tCowichan Joinery, Ltd._my9 1101 

Cowichan Mills, Ltd.apl8 1063 

Creston Curling Club.. apl8 1087 

Creston Gold Mines, Limited. ap25 1080 

Crystal Majestic Plastics, Ltd._.my2 1110 

Cummings & Bell, Ltd... apl8 1110 

Dale Construction Co., Ltd.. _ap25 1017 

DeGraves-Mulgrew Agencies (1946), Limited_apl8 1066 

Dependable Woodworkers, Limited___._my2 1088 

Dominion Cabs (1946), Limited.apl8 1067 

Don Harvey Enterprises, Ltd. _my2 1093 

(Downtown Business Association_ my9 1100 

Duck Bay Company, Limited. apl8 1065 

Duch Lake Guest Ranch, Ltd_ ap25 1082 

E. A. Hudson & Associates, Ltd. apl8 1087 

E. K. Gregg, Ltd.apl8 1072 

Fern Mine, Limited (Non-Personal Liability). ap‘25 1073 

Fortin Enterprises, Ltd. _ ap26 1111 

Franklins, Limited. ..&p25 1081 

Frey Logging Co., Ltd. ap25 1108 

Garner Bros., Ltd. _.api8 1087 

George E. Webber, Ltd.ap'25 1085 

IGeorge If. Greer, Ltd... ........ my9 1097 

Gerco, Limited. ...apl8 1087 

Gifford’* Jewellery, Ltd. . np2f> 1074 


Certificates of Incorporation. 1 

Greater Victoria Independent Cab Operators Associa¬ 


tion_ my2 1104 

Guichon Cattle Company, Limited, The. my2 1095 

H. King, Ltd._apl8 1064 

H. V. Deane-Freeman, Ltd_ my2 1096 

H. W. Dickie, Limited_ my2 1093 

Hanfield, Limited_apl8 1064 

(Hawkins & Company, Limited.. my9 1099 

(Hebb Real Estate Co., Ltd-- my9 1101 

Holeinthewall Recreations, Ltd. .. ap25 1111 

Hotel Duncan, Limited,_ ap26 1082 

Household Appliances. Limited_ap25 1075 

Howard Morris Oil Co., Ltd_my2 1091 

Hudson Supplies, Ltd.-my2 1095 

(Humboldt Timber Holdings, Limited_my9 1102 

Hungarian Social Club of Vancouver, B.C_my2 1105 

(Independent Truck Owners and Operators Associa¬ 
tion, The-- my9 1097 

Interior Consumers' Co-operative Association-ap26 1076 

(Interior Welding & Machine Shop, Ltd-my9 1099 

International Broadcasting Company, Ltd_my2 1105 

Interstate Associates, Ltd__ _.my2 1096 

Invermere Inn, Ltd.__ my2 1090 

J. R. Murray Timber, Limited_ my2 1088 

Jenkins Holdings, Limited_my2 1108 

Jet Motivated Toys, Limited_ap25 1076 

Johnstone Palmer Motors, Ltd._ ap25 1075 

Johnston Straits Logging Company, Limited-ap26 1073 

(Kelowna Beverages, Ltd._my9 1104 

Kenton. Ltd._my2 1093 

(Kimberley Co-operative Association. The_my9 1101 

L. & W. Construction, Ltd_my2 1093 

L.T.F. Manufacturing Company, Limited_ap26 1086 

Lambert Fisheries, Limited_apl8 1070 

Lance Bissett, Limited_my2 1094 

Langley Co-operative Society_apl8 1063 

Lavington Community Hall Society_my2 1090 

Lew McLean, Ltd._my2 1096 

Linscott Manufacturing B.C., Ltd_ ap25 1073 

Lloyd G. Jones, Ltd_ my2 1089 

Lome Campbell, Ltd. __apl8 1086 

Lynnwood Lumber Co., Ltd__apl8 1072 

M-P Products, Ltd._ap25 1080 

Mail Advertisers, Limited_apl8 1108 

Malahat Country Club and Fishing Lodge, Ltd_apl8 1064 

Maple Ridge Logging Co., Ltd. .......ap26 1074 

Mastic Insulation & Waterproofing Co.. Ltd.ap 18 1071 

Mattey Brothers, Limited_my2 1109 

Moore & Scribner, Limited_ap25 1082 

Mount Pleasant Sash and Door Co.. Limited_ap25 1079 

McGuire Logging Company, Limited_ap25 1078 

(National Distributors, Ltd_my9 1100 

National Manufacturing Company, Limited_my2 1094 

(Norman J. Hill Construction Co., Ltd._my9 1104 

Norsk Nytt Publishing Co., Limited..apl8 1068 

Northern Seed Potato Company, Limited_ap25 1087 

Northwood Lodge, Ltd_apl8 1065 

(Nygard Logging, Ltd_my9 1098 

O’Hanlon’s, Ltd._my2 1090 

P & M Motors, Limited_apl8 1067 

P & W Logging Contractors, Ltd__ my2 1088 

Pacific Coast Insulation & Roofing Co., Limited._.ap26 1083 

Pacific Mining Services, Limited_ my2 1108 

Plyfab, Ltd__ apl8 1069 

(Port Alberni Bowladrome, Limited.__my9 1107 

Port Alberni Home Builders, Limited_my2 1107 

Powers Saw Mills, Limited_apl8 1067 

Prefabricated Products, Limited_apl8 1068 

Quantity Surveys, Limited_my2 1110 

(Richmond Amusements, Limited..__my9 1099 

(Richmond Peat Products, Limited_my9 1063 

Robertson Hilliard Cattell Realty Company, Limited 

_my2 1094 

(Rossland Consumer's Co-operative Society, The...my9 1098 

Rush Transfer and Storage, Limited...__ap'25 1083 

(Ruskin Hideout, Limited_my9 1103 

Safe-way Taxi, Ltd__ _apl8 1068 

Sanguine Jewelers, Ltd__apl8 1072 

Sanitherm Engineering, Ltd._apl8 1066 

(Seaboard Sheet Metal, Ltd_my9 1103 

Selene Packing Co., Limited_my2 1105 

(Senator Grill, Limited, The_my9 1104 

Scott's Pharmacy, Limited_my2 1110 

(Shipowners Association (Deep Sea) of British Colum¬ 
bia _ my9 1098 

Slocan Charleston Mining Company, Limited (Non- 

Personal Liability)_ap25 1079 

Standard Importing, Limited_apl8 1064 

Stewart’s Garage, Ltd.__ ap26 1086 

Stradiotti Brothers, Limited __ apl8 1066 

Sturdybilt Furniture, Ltd_ ap25 1083 

Somerville Holdings, Ltd_ ...ap26 1074 

Southern Okanagan Machinery, Limited_ap25 1079 

Sweet Sixteen (Prince Rupert), Limited_apl8 1066 

Sylverite Mines, Limited (Non-Personal Liability) 

__ apl8 1069 

(Taylor Bros. Dyers, Ltd_ my9 1103 

Tip Top Dairy, Limited.. _ap‘25 1084 

Tom Tothill, Ltd. _.apl8 1063 

Tommy Tucker's, Ltd.. apl8 1069 

Triangle Metal Manufacturers, Limited. .apl8 1065 

Treen Glove Company, Ltd..ap25 1081 

Tulameen Hotel Company, Limited...apl8 1067 

(Two Skiers, Limited......my9 1100 

(Vancouver Rigging, Limited... my9 1097 

(Victoria Book and Stationery Co., Ltd...my9 1101 

Western Lighting Fixture Co., Ltd. _apl8 1104 

Western Trollers Co-operative Association.my2 1091 

Registration of Extra-Provincial Companies. 

(Cargill Grain Company, Limited. ...my9 1111 

General Bakeries, Limited __ _my2 1112 

International Church of the Foursquare Gospel ...my'2 1112 

J. T. Thorpe. Inc. ... .apl8 1112 

MncLaren Advertising Co., Limited_ ..apl8 1112 

Monarch Knitting Company, Limited, The .ap26 1112 

Western Canada Steamships, Ltd. ..my‘2 1111 








































































































































































































April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1051 


Department of Education. 

t“ Public Schools Act Amendment Act, 1946,” 
defining boundaries of school districts under— 


No. 1 (Fernie) . apl8 1113 

No. 2 (Cranbrook) .apl8 1113 

No. 3 (Kimberley) .apl8 1113 

No. 4 (Windermere) .apl8 1114 

No. 5 (Creston) .apl8 1114 

No. 6 (Kootenay Lake) . apl8 1115 

No. 7 (Nelson) .apl8 1115 

No. 8 (Slocan) .apl8 1116 

No. 9 (Castlegar) .apl8 1116 

No. 10 (Arrow Lakes) . apl8 1117 

No. 11 (Trail) .apl8 1118 

No. 12 (Grand Forks) .apl8 1118 

No. 13 (Kettle Valley) .apl8 1119 

No. 14 (Oliver) .apl8 1119 

No. 15 (Penticton) .apl8 1120 

No. 16 (Keremeos) .apl8 1121 

No. 17 (Princeton) .apl8 1122 

No. 18 (Golden) .-.apl8 1122 

No. 19 (Revelstoke) .apl8 1123 

No. 20 (Salmon Arm) .apl8 1123 

No. 21 (Armstrong) . apl8 1124 

No. 22 (Vernon) .apl8 1124 

No. 23 (Kelowna) .apl8 1125 

No. 24 (Kamloops) .apl8 1126 

No. 25 (Barriere) .apl8 1127 

No. 26 (Birch Island) .apl8 1127 

No. 27 (Williams Lake) .apl8 1128 

No. 28 (Quesnel) .apl8 1129 

No. 29 (Lillooet) .apl8 1130 

No. 30 (Ashcroft) .apl8 1130 

No. 31 (Merritt) .apl8 1131 

No. 32 (Fraser Canyon) .apl8 1132 

No. 33 (Chilliwack) .apl8 1133 

No. 34 (Abbotsford-Mission) .apl8 1133 

No. 35 (Langley) .apl8 1134 

No. 36 (Surrey) .apl8 1134 

No. 37 (Delta) .apl8 1134 

No. 38 (Richmond) .apl8 1134 

No. 39 (Vancouver) .apl8 1134 

No. 40 (New Westminster) .apl8 1134 

No. 41 (Burnaby) .apl8 1135 

No. 42 (Maple Ridge) . apl8 1135 

No. 43 (Coquitlam) .apl8 1135 

No. 44 (North Vancouver) .apl8 1136 

No. 45 (West Vancouver) . apl8 1136 

No. 46 (Sechelt) .apl8 1136 

No. 47 (Powell River) .apl8 1137 

No. 48 (Howe Sound) .apl8 1137 

No. 49 (Ocean Falls) .apl8 1137 

No. 50 (Queen Charlotte) .apl8 1138 

No. 51 (Portland Canal) .apl8 1138 

No. 52 (Prince Rupert) . apl8 1138 

No. 53 (Terrace) .apl8 1139 

No. 54 (Smithers) .apl8 1139 

No. 55 (Burns Lake) .apl8 1140 

No. 56 (Vanderhoof) .apl8 1141 

No. 57 (Prince George) .apl8 1141 

No. 58 (McBride) . apl8 1142 

No. 59 (Peace River South) .apl8 1142 

No. 60 (Peace River North) .apl8 1143 

No. 61 (Greater Victoria) .apl8 1143 

No. 62 (Sooke) . apl8 1143 

No. 63 (Saanich) . apl8 1144 

No. 64 (Saltspring) .apl8 1144 

No. 65 (Duncan) .apl8 1144 

No. 66 (Lake Cowichan) .apl8 1145 

No. 67 (Ladysmith) .apl8 1146 

No. 68 (Nanaimo) .apl8 1146 

No. 69 (Qualicum) .apl8 1147 

No. 70 (Alberni) .apl8 1147 

No. 71 (Courtenay) .apl8 1148 

No. 72 (Campbell River) ....apl8 1148 

No. 73 (Alert Bay) . apl8 1149 

No. 74 (Quatsino) . apl8 1150 

Miscellaneous. 

f Alouette Farms, Limited, change of name_my9 1153 

Armstrong Agencies, Limited, application for ap¬ 
proval of change of name_apl8 1151 

Bartholomew, Carrie Adela, notice to creditors of es¬ 
tate- apl8 1152 

Berkley Company, Limited, application for approval 

of change of name_my2 1160 

Best Brothers Sawmill, Ltd., application for approval 

of change of name___ap25 1154 

Bridge River Associated Mines, Limited (N.P.L.), 

application for restoration to the Register_apl8 1151 

Bristol Mines, Ltd., general meeting_my2 1151 

(Buckle, Arthur, notice to creditors of estate_apl8 1154 

(Burr, James Humbird, notice to creditors of estate 

-— ---my9 1154 

C. C. Dan Co., Limited, application for approval of 

change of name_my2 1152 

Campbell Finance Corporation, Limited, appointment 

of attorney_my2 1160 

(Canadian Pacific Express Company, sale of unclaimed 

baggage.- my23 1153 

Carnation Silver Lead Mines, Limited (N.P.L.), general 

meeting __ my2 1152 

Charlie Brown, Limited, amended memorandum of 

association._ap25 1155 

Clinton Saw Mills, Limited, application for approval 

of change of name.__my2 1150 

Cluett, Peabody & Co., of Canada, Limited, appoint¬ 
ment of attorney__ my2 1154 

Companies, list of, to be struck from the Register.my2 1155 
tCoveney and Clarkson, Limited, change of name._my9 1153 
Dominion Furniture Chain Stores, Ltd., application for 

approval of change of name_my2 1153 

Fibrocite Tile Company, Limited, application for ap¬ 
proval of change of name_my2 1151 

(Finance Corp. (Lovatt), Ltd., application for approval 

of change of name___my9 1163 

Great Central Sawmills, Limited, application for ap¬ 
proval of change of name-apl8 1162 


Miscellaneous. 1 AUE 

Greenard, Gladys Victoria, quieting title of, to Lot 8 

of Lot 95, Alberni District, Plan 1021-aplo llo4 

Home Improvement, Limited, amended memorandum 

of association_--- — ---my2 1150 

Huddlestone & Thibedeau, Limited, application for 

approval of change of name-ap2b 1154 

Hutchison, Katherine Todd, notice to creditors of 

estate_-_____my2 1151 

Independent Hardware Company, Limited, change 

of name __ "W 3 1153 

(International Airways System, Limited, change ot 

name_- 1163 

International Airways System, Limited, amended 

memorandum of association- ap fc 

James Maynard, Limited, change of name-ap25 1167 

Melrose Co.. Limited, The, voluntary winding-up and 

appointment of liquidator- ap „ H?, 

McCulloch, Andrew, notice to creditors of estate..my2 1151 
(National Motor Co., Limited, application for approval 

of change of name- -- m y9 1153 

Nile Creek Logging Co., Ltd., general meeting-my2 1151 

(Providence Washington Insurance Company, appoint¬ 
ment of attorney and change of location of head 

office in Province_my9 1155 

(R H. Rowe and Company, Limited, change of name 

jt_my9 1153 

Rae's Leather Goods, Limited, application for approval 

of change of name ... -ap25 1155 

Royal Agencies, Limited, appointment of attorney 

_ap25 1151 

Sauve. J. A., application for the right to use the La¬ 
Salle ditch on Victorian Creek, Cariboo Mining 

Division_ _my2 1157 

(7-up (British Columbia), Limited, application for ap¬ 
proval of change of name-my9 1055 

Sewell, Charles Alfred, notice to creditors of estate 

_ ap25 1167 

(Silver Tip Mining Development Company, Limited 

(Non-Personal Liability), change of name-my9 1163 

Simpson, Wiliiam Niagara, notice to creditors of estate 

_apl8 1152 

Smith, May da Viola, notice to creditors of estate .ap25 1154 
Standard Importing Company, Limited, application 

for approval of change of name-apl8 1150 

(Stanley Theatre Company, Ltd., voluntary winding-up 

and appointment of liquidator- my9 1153 

Union Pole Company, Limited, change of name...ap25 1154 
Veterans Sightseeing and Transportation Company, 

Limited, The, change of name-...-apl8 1150 

(Vancouver Financial Corporation, Limited, general 

meeting_my9 1155 

W. C. Pitfield & Company, Limited, appointment of 

attorney_my2 1161 

(Waterhouse Company, Ltd., change of name-my9 1153 

Westward Towing Co., Ltd., application for approval 

of change of name-my2 1150 

(Winslow Consolidated, Limited (N.P.L.), application 

for restoration to the Register-ap25 1153 


APPOINTMENTS. 


H IS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in 
Council has been pleased to make appoint¬ 
ments as follows:— 

April 13th, 19^6. 

Francis Edward Patrick Hughes, Govern¬ 
ment Agent, Fernie, to be Official Administra¬ 
tor for that portion of the County of Kootenay 
embraced in the Fernie Electoral District. 

Kenneth D. McRae, Government Agent, 
Smithers, to be Official Administrator for that 
portion of the County of Prince Rupert de¬ 
scribed as follows:— 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the 57th parallel of latitude with the height of 
land separating the watershed of the Skeena 
River on the east from the Nass River on the 
west; thence in a southerly direction follow¬ 
ing said height of land to a point on the height 
of land between the Skeena and Kitsumgallum 
Rivers; thence continuing southerly along said 
height of land to a point due west of the north¬ 
west corner of Lot 373, Range 5, Coast Dis¬ 
trict; thence in an easterly direction across 
the Skeena River and along the north and east 
boundaries of Lot 373 to its south-east corner; 
thence easterly and southerly along the height 
of land separating the waters flowing into 
Lakelse Lake and Kitimat River from those 
flowing into Zymoetz (Copper) River to a 
point on the height of land dividing the drain¬ 
age areas of the Gardiner Canal and Dean 
Channel on the west and the tributaries of 
the Nechako River on the east; thence con¬ 
tinuing along said height of land to the point 
of intersection with the 53rd parallel of lati¬ 
tude; thence east along the said parallel of 
latitude to the point of intersection with the 
125th meridian of longitude; thence north 
along said meridian of longitude to the point 



































































































































1052 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


of intersection with the 55th parallel of lati¬ 
tude; thence east along said parallel of lati¬ 
tude to the point of intersection with the 124th 
meridian of longitude; thence north along said 
meridian of longitude to the point of intersec¬ 
tion with the 57th parallel of latitude; thence 
west along said parallel of latitude to point of 
commencement. 

James Charles Dowds, Investigator, De¬ 
partment of Veterans’ Affairs, Victoria, to be 
a Special Commissioner for taking Affidavits 
within British Columbia, under section 55 a of 
the “ Evidence Act,” for such time as he re¬ 
mains in his present position. 2095-apl8 


H IS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has 
been pleased to make appointments as 
follows:— 


April 12th, 1946. 
To be Members of the Executive Council — 
Roderick Charles MacDonald, Esquire. 
Leslie Harvey Eyres, Esquire. 


The Honourable Herbert Anscomb to be 
Minister of Finance. 

The Honourable Roderick Charles Mac¬ 
Donald to be Minister of Mines and Minister 
of Municipal Affairs. 

The Honourable Ernest Crawford Carson 
to be Minister of Public Works. 

The Honourable Leslie Harvey Eyres to be 
Minister of Railivays and Minister of Trade 
and Industry. 

April 13th, 1946. 

The Honourable Herbert Anscomb, Minis¬ 
ter of Finance to be Acting Minister of Public 
Works at any time that the Honourable Ernest 
Crawford Carson, Minister of Public Works, is 
absent from the Capital or unable from illness 
to perform the duties of his office. 

The Honourable Ernest Crawford Carson, 
Minister of Public Works, to be Acting Minis¬ 
ter of Railways and Acting Minister of Trade 
and Industry at any time that the Honourable 
Leslie Harvey Eyres, Minister of Railways and 
Minister of Trade and Industry, is absent from 
the Capital or unable from illness to perform 
the duties of his office. 

The Honourable Ernest Crawford Carson, 
Minister of Public Works, to be Acting Minis¬ 
ter of Mines and Acting Minister of Municipal 
Affairs at any time that the Honourable Rod¬ 
erick Charles MacDonald, Minister of Mines 
and Minister of Municipal Affairs, is absent 
from the Capital or unable from illness to per¬ 
form the duties of his office. 

The Honourable Ernest Tourtellotte Ken¬ 
ney, Minister of Lands and Forests, to be 
Acting Minister of Mines and Acting Minister 
of Municipal Affairs at any time up to and 
including April 23rd, 1946. 

April 16 th, 1946. 

The Honourable John Hart, Premier and 
President of the Executive Council, to be Act¬ 
ing Minister of Fmance at any time that the 
Honourable Herbert Anscomb is absent from 
the Capital or unable from illness to perform 
the duties of Minister of Finance. 

The Honourable Ernest Crawford Carson, 
Minister of Public Works, to be Acting Attor¬ 
ney-General at any time that the Honourable 
Gordon S. Wismer, K.C., Attorney-General, is 
absent from the Capital or unable from illness 
to perform the duties of his office. 

Bertram James Hurst Ryley, Clerk, Gov¬ 
ernment Agency, Nelson, Department of Fi¬ 
nance, to be— 

Government Sub-Agent, Creston, Depart¬ 
ment of Finance: 

Sub-mining Recorder, Nelson Mining Divi¬ 
sion, with office at Creston; 

District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 
Marriages for the Registration District 
of Creston; 

Marriage Commissioner, Registration Dis¬ 
trict of Creston (location of office, Cres¬ 
ton) ; 

effective May 1st, 1946. 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY. 


H IS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in 
Council has been pleased to rescind ap¬ 
pointments as follows:— 

April 13th, 1946. 

Kenneth Douglas McRae, of Smithers, as 
Official Administrator for that portion of the 
County of Kootenay embraced in the Fernie 
Electoral District. 

Hezekiah Arthur Bryant, of Smithers, as 
Official Administrator for the Prince Rupert 
Electoral District. 

T. R. Selkirk, of New Westminster, as Police 
Magistrate for the City of New Westminster, 
without salary, to act only in the absence or 
during the illness of the salaried Police Magis¬ 
trate, made by Order in Council No. 467 of 
April 3rd, 1943. 

Lindsay Anthony Doree, British Columbia 
Provincial Police, District Registrar of Births, 
Deaths, and Marriages, Registration District 
of Creston; Marriage Commissioner, Regis¬ 
tration District of Creston; and Sub-mining 
Recorder, Nelson Mining Division, with office 
at Creston. 2096-apl8 


PROCLAMATIONS. 


[L.S.] W. C. WOODWARD, 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

CANADA: 

PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

GEORGE the SIXTH, by the Grace of God, 
of Great Britain, Ireland, and the British 
Dominions beyond the Seas, King, De¬ 
fender of the Faith, Emperor of India. 

To all to whom these presents shall come — 
Greeting. 

A PROCLAMATION. 

G. S. Wismer, ( WHEREAS in and by 
Attorney-General. [ VV section 121 of the 
“ Public Schools Act Amendment Act, 1946,” 
passed by the Legislature of British Columbia 
in the tenth year of Our Reign, it is provided 
that all the amendments enacted by the said 
Act or such of them as are specified by the 
Lieutenant-Governor in Council shall come into 
operation on a day or days to be fixed by the 
Lieutenant-Governor by his Proclamation or 
Proclamations: 

And whereas Our said Lieutenant-Governor, 
by and with the advice of the Executive Coun¬ 
cil, has been pleased to direct, by Order in 
Council in that behalf, that all the amend¬ 
ments enacted by the said Act, with the excep¬ 
tion of those enacted by sections 48, 49, and 
50, shall come into operation on the twelfth 
day of April, 1946: 

Now know ye that We do by these Presents 
proclaim and declare that all the amendments 
enacted by the said Act, with the exception of 
those enacted by sections 48, 49, and 50, shall 
come into operation on the twelfth day of 
April, 1946. 

In testimony whereof, We have caused these 
Our Letters to be made Patent, and the 
Great Seal of Our said Province to be 
hereunto affixed: 

Witness, the Honourable William Culham 
Woodward, Lieutenant-Governor of Our 
said Province of British Columbia, in Our 
City of Victoria, in Our said Province, 
this twelfth day of April, in the year of 
our Lord one thousand nine hundred and 
forty-six, and in the tenth year of Our 
Reign. 

By Command. 


2097-apl8 


2094-aplH 


GEO. S. PEARSON, 

Provincial Sccrctary. 











April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1053 


PROCLAMATIONS. 


[L.s.] W. C. WOODWARD, 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

CANADA: 

PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

GEORGE the SIXTH, by the Grace of God, 
of Great Britain, Ireland, and the British 
Dominions beyond the Seas, King, De¬ 
fender of the Faith, Emperor of India. 

To all to whom these presents shall come — 
Greeting. 

A PROCLAMATION. 

G. S. Wismer, | Ty'HEREAS under au- 
Attorney-General. { V V thority of section 3 
of the “ Animals Act ” a Proclamation was 
issued under date of thirty-first December, 
1940, and published in The British Columbia 
Gazette of ninth January, 1941, at page 78, 
defining an area of land in the Province of 
British Columbia as a district designated as 
the “ Columbia-Kootenay District ” in which 
bulls over one year old of the beef breeds and 
of good beef type may be allowed to run at 
large from the fifteenth day of June to the 
first day of December, both dates inclusive, in 
each year: 

And whereas section 3 (2) of the “ Animals 
Act ” provides that the Lieutenant-Governor 
in Council may from time to time alter or 
revoke any Proclamation made under the said 
subsection: 

Now know ye that in pursuance thereof We 
do strike out the description contained in the 
said Proclamation and substitute the follow¬ 
ing:— 

“ Commencing at the junction of Elk and 
Kootenay Rivers; thence north-easterly along 
the right bank of Elk River to the right-of- 
way of the Canadian Pacific Railway crossing 
Elk River near Elko; thence north-westerly 
along said right-of-way to the left bank of 
Kootenay River at Wardner; thence southerly 
along the left bank of Kootenay River to the 
point of commencement.” 

In testimony whereof, We have caused these 
Our Letters to be made Patent, and the 
Great Seal of Our said Province to be 
hereunto affixed: 

Witness, the Honourable William Culham 
Woodward, Lieutenant-Governor of Our 
said Province of British Columbia, in Our 
City of Victoria, in Our said Province, 
this twelfth day of April, in the year of 
our Lord one thousand nine hundred and 
forty-six, and in the tenth year of Our 
Reign. 

By Command. 

GEO. S. PEARSON, 

2093-apl8 Provincial Secretary. 

[l.s.] W. C. WOODWARD, 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

CANADA: 

PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

GEORGE tile SIXTH, by the Grace of God, 
of Great Britain, Ireland, and the British 
Dominions beyond the Seas, King, De¬ 
fender of the Faith, Emperor of India. 

To all to whom these presents shall come — 
Greeting. 

A PROCLAMATION. 

G. S. Wismer, j MLTHEREAS under au- 
Attorney-General. [ VV thority of section 3 
of the “ Animals Act ” a Proclamation was 
issued under date of eighth June, 1945, and 
was published in The British Columbia Gazette 


of twentieth September, 1945, at page 1870, 
constituting a bull-control area under the 
name of the “ Waldo Bull-control Area ”: 

And whereas section 3 (2) of the “ Animals 
Act ” provides that the Lieutenant-Governor 
in Council may from time to time alter or 
revoke any Proclamation made under the said 
subsection: 

Now know YE that in pursuance thereof We 
do alter the said Proclamation and declare 
that the description contained in the said Proc¬ 
lamation be struck out and the following be 
substituted:— 

“ Commencing at the junction of Elk and 
Kootenay Rivers; thence north-easterly along 
the right bank of Elk River to the right-of- 
way of the Canadian Pacific Railway crossing 
Elk River near Elko; thence north-westerly 
along said right-of-way to the left bank of 
Kootenay River at Wardner; thence southerly 
along the left bank of Kootenay River to the 
point of commencement.” 

In testimony whereof, We have caused these 
Our Letters to be made Patent, and the 
Great Seal of Our said Province to be 
hereunto affixed: 

Witness, the Honourable William Culham 
Woodward, Lieutenant-Governor of Our 
said Province of British Columbia, in Our 
City of Victoria, in Our said Province, 
this twelfth day of April, in the year of 
our Lord one thousand nine hundred and 
forty-six, and in the tenth year of Our 
Reign. 

By Command. 

GEO. S. PEARSON, 

2092-apl8 Provincial Secretary. 


ORDERS IN COUNCIL. 


Approved and ordered this 16th day of April, 
a.d. 1946. 

W. C. WOODWARD, 

Lieutenant-Gov ernpr. 

AT THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 
CHAMBER, VICTORIA. 

Present : 

The Honourable Mr. HART, in the Chair. 

Mr. KENNEY. 

Mr. PEARSON. 

Mr. WISMER. 

Mr. PUTNAM. 

Mr. WEIR. 

To His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in 
Council: 

rnHE undersigned has the honour to report:— 
That Mr. Justice D. A. McDonald, a Judge 
of the Supreme Court, did by order dated the 
14th day of January, 1935, authorize the ap¬ 
pointment of a Commissioner for the City 
Municipality of Fernie: 

And that the Lieutenant-Governor in Coun¬ 
cil, pursuant to the provisions of Part XXIII. 
of the “ Municipal Act,” did upon such last- 
mentioned order being made appoint a Com¬ 
missioner for that municipality: 

And that from thenceforth the affairs of the 
said municipality have been and are now ad¬ 
ministered by a Commissioner: 

And that by section 512 of the “ Municipal 
Act,” being chapter 199 of the “ Revised Stat¬ 
utes of British Columbia, 1936,” it is provided 
that the Lieutenant-Governor in Council may 
by regulations at any time provide for the 
election in any municipality for which a Com¬ 
missioner has been appointed under said Part 
XXIII. of such Act of a Council, Board of 
Police Commissioners, and a Board of School 
Trustees: 











1054 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


And that it is deemed advisable in the public 
interest to provide for the election of a Coun¬ 
cil and a Board of School Trustees in the said 
municipality: 

And to recommend that, pursuant to said 
section 512 of the “ Municipal Act,” the fol¬ 
lowing regulation be made applicable specially 
to the City Municipality of Fernie, namely,— 

1. The election of a Mayor, six Aldermen, 
and three School Trustees shall be held as 
hereinafter provided, and the election of Mayor, 
Aldermen, and School Trustees thereafter 
shall be as provided in the “ Municipal Elec¬ 
tions Act,” the “ Municipal Act,” and the 
“ Public Schools Act,” as the case may be. 

2. The Commissioner shall in the month of 
May, 1946, appoint by by-law or by resolu¬ 
tion :— 

(a.) The place for holding the nomination: 

(6.) The Returning Officer: 

(c.) The place or places at which polls will 
be opened in the municipality in case 
a poll is required: 

(d.) The Deputy Returning Officer who will 
preside at the respective polling- 
places,— 

and shall before the date of nomination fur¬ 
nish the Returning Officer and each Deputy 
Returning Officer with a copy of the list of 
voters and otherwise arrange for the holding 
of the election. 

3. For the purpose of the election herein 
provided the Clerk shall prepare a list of 
voters, taking cognizance of the records of the 
Land Registry Office as of the thirtieth day of 
April, 1946, and shall include therein, in addi¬ 
tion to the name of each qualified owner entitled 
to vote, the name of each qualified householder 
and each qualified holder of a subsisting trade 
licence who shall have lodged with him before 
five o’clock in the afternoon of the last day of 
April aforesaid an appropriate statutory 
declaration in form and substance satisfactory 
to the Clerk. 

4. The qualifications of voters shall, except 
as modified herein, be those applicable in city 
municipalities as set out in the “ Municipal 
Elections Act ” or the “ Public Schools Act,” 
as the case may be. 

5. The list so prepared, or a copy thereof, 
shall on the tenth day of May, 1946, be posted 
upon the notice-board or usual place for public 
notifications at the city hall and remain so 
posted until the sitting of the Court of 
Revision. 

6. The Commissioner shall, as a Court of 
Revision, sit on the fifteenth day of May, 1946, 
and shall continue to sit, if required, from day 
to day. Ten days’ notice of the sitting of the 
Court shall be given by posting and by adver¬ 
tisement as required by the “ Municipal Elec¬ 
tions Act.” The list as corrected, revised, and 
altered by the Court shall be certified by the 
Commissioner and forthwith printed or mimeo¬ 
graphed. Three copies at least of the voters 
list so printed or mimeographed shall be posted 
up in each of three conspicuous places in the 
municipality and at the city hall and shall 
remain posted up until the day of the election. 

7. The voters list aforesaid as revised and 
corrected shall be used at the election herein 
provided and shall be the list of qualified voters 
for that or any subsequent election until a new 
municipal voters list shall have been pi-epared, 
revised, and corrected in accordance with the 
provisions of the “ Municipal Elections Act.” 

8. Nominations for Mayor and Aldermen 
and School Trustees shall be held on Monday, 
the tenth day of June, 1946, and the polling 
(if any) on the Thursday following from eight 
o’clock a.m. to eight o’clock p.m. 

9. The provisions of section 23 of the “ Mu¬ 
nicipal Elections Act ” shall not apply to the 
election provided for herein. 

10. Subject to the foregoing, the provisions 
of the “ Municipal Elections Act” shall mutatis 


mutandis apply to the election hereby author¬ 
ized, and all proceedings thereat and in con¬ 
nection therewith shall be conducted as nearly 
as may be as at a municipal election. 

11. The term of office of the person elected 
Mayor pursuant hereto shall be the remainder 
of the calendar year of 1946. 

12. The term of office of the persons elected 
as Aldermen pursuant hereto shall be the re¬ 
mainder of the calendar year of 1946 and the 
whole of the calendar year of 1947 for those 
three receiving the highest number of votes 
and the balance of the calendar year of 1946 
for the remainder of those elected. In case of 
an equality of votes the Returning Officer shall 
have the casting-vote to determine the person 
or persons who shall sit for the longer term. 

13. The term of office of the persons elected 
as School Trustees pursuant hereto shall be 
the remainder of the calendar year of 1946. 

14. The persons elected as hereinbefore pro¬ 
vided shall continue in office until their suc¬ 
cessors have been elected pursuant to the 
statute in that behalf and have made the 
declaration provided for in section 86 of the 
“ Municipal Elections Act ” or section 131 of 
the “ Public Schools Act,” as the case may be, 
unless they or any of them die, resign, or be¬ 
come disqualified. 

15. The members of the Council shall hold 
their first meeting on the last Tuesday in the 
month of June, 1946, and thereafter as the 
Mayor or Council may appoint. 

And that this Order be published in one 
issue of The Gazette: 

And that a certified copy of this minute, if 
approved, be transmitted to J. V. Fisher, Com¬ 
missioner, and J. C. Connick, Clerk of the said 
Corporation, at Fernie, B.C. 

Dated this 16th day of April, a.d. 1946. 

E. T. KENNEY, 

Acting Minister of Municipal Affairs. 

Approved this 16th day of April,' A.D. 1946. 

JOHN HART, 

Presiding Member of the Executive 
2091-apl8 Council. 


ATTORNEY-GENERAL. 


COURTS OF ASSIZE. 

IS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in 
Council has been pleased to order that, 
under the provisions of the “ Supreme Court 
Act,” chapter 56 of the “ Revised Statutes of 
British Columbia, 1936,” sittings of the Su¬ 
preme Court for the transaction of the business 
of Courts of Assize, Nisi Prius, Oyer and 
Terminer, and General Gaol Delivery, be held 
at the Court-house at 11 o’clock in the fore¬ 
noon, at the places and on the dates as fol¬ 
lows:— 

1946— Spring Assizes. 

Victoria, Monday, May 6th, 1946—Criminal. 

Vancouver, Monday, May 13th, 1946—^Crimi¬ 
nal. 

Prince Rupert, Monday, May 27th, 1946— 
Criminal and Civil. 

Prince George, Tuesday, June 4th, 1946— 
Criminal and Civil. 

Williams Lake, Friday, June 7th, 1946— 
Criminal and Civil. 

Revelstoke, Friday, May 3rd, 1946—Criminal 
and Civil. 

Kamloops, Saturday, May 4th, 1946—Crimi¬ 
nal and Civil. 

Nelson, Monday, May 13th, 1946—Criminal 
and Civil. 

Fernie, Friday, May 17th, 1946—Criminal 
and Civil. 

1946— Fall Assizes. 

Nanaimo, Monday, October 14th, 1946— 
Criminal and Civil. 










April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1055 


Vancouver, Monday, September 9th, 1946— 
Criminal. 

Victoria, Monday, November 4th, 1946— 
Criminal. 

Revelstoke, Fi'iday, November 1st, 1946— 
Criminal and Civil. 

Kamloops, Saturday, November 2nd, 1946— 
Criminal and Civil. 

Nelson, Tuesday, November 12th, 1946— 
Criminal and Civil. 

Cranbrook, Friday, November 15th, 1946— 
Criminal and Civil. 

New Westminster, Monday, November 18th, 
1946—Criminal. 

Prince Rupert, Monday, September 16th, 
1946—Criminal and Civil. 

Prince George, Monday, September 23rd, 
1946—Criminal and Civil. 

Quesnel, Thursday, September 26th, 1946—• 
Criminal and Civil. 

And that sittings of the Supreme Court for 
the transaction of the business of Courts of 
Assize, Nisi Prius, Oyer and Terminer, and 
General Gaol Delivery, be held at the Court¬ 
house at 2.30 o’clock in the afternoon, at the 
places and on the dates as follows:— 

Vernon, Monday, April 29th, 1946—Criminal 
and Civil. 

Vernon, Monday, October 28th, 1946—Crimi- 
nal and Civil. 

R. L. MAITLAND, 

Attorney-General. 

Attorney-General’s Department, 

Victoria, B.C., December 11th, 19^5. 

1168-del3 


AGRICULTURE. 


“ ANIMALS ACT.” 


Excluding Lands comprised in Bull-control 
Areas from Bull Districts. 

O.C. 303 (1946). 

IS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in 
Council has been pleased to order that, in 
exercise of powers conferred by section 3 of 
the “ Animals Act,” chapter 10 of the “ Re¬ 
vised Statutes of British Columbia, 1936,” and 
amendments, by Order in Council No. 303, ap¬ 
proved the 16th day of February, 1946, where 
any land that is comprised in a Bull-control 
Area was previously part of a bull district 
that land shall be excluded from the bull dis¬ 
trict and shall cease to be subject to the pro¬ 
visions contained in the Proclamation whereby 
the bull district was constituted. 

FRANK PUTNAM, 

Minister of Agriculture. 
Department of Agriculture, 

Victoria, B.C., April 13tli, 1946. 2090-apl8 


PROVINCIAL BOARD OF 
HEALTH. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

T HIS is to certify that on the 12th day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 2.39 o’clock in 
the afternoon, the following changes of name 
were effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: Abraham Goorevitch. 
Domiciled at 2820 Pine Street, Vancouver, 
in the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to Abe Clark Gurvin. 
Particulars of wife: Name of Tressa Goore¬ 
vitch changed to Tressa Gurvin. 

Particulars of children: Names of Claire 
Gail Goorevitch changed to Claire Gail Gurvin 
and Michael Gerald Goorevitch changed to 
Michael Gerald Gurvin. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
12th day of April, 1946. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2089-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 


PROVINCIAL BOARD OF 
HEALTH. 

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

T HIS is to certify that on the 12th day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 2.39 o’clock in 
the afternoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: Elza Nixdorf (known as 
Elsie Nixdorf). 

Domiciled at 2423 Windsor Avenue, Vancou¬ 
ver, in the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to Elsie Nystrom. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
12th day of April, 1946. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2089-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 12th day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 2.39 o’clock in 
the afternoon, the following changes of name 
were effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: Laudemar Donetsky. 
Domiciled at Castlegar, in the Province of 
British Columbia. 

Name changed to Edward Walter Donesley. 
Particulars of wife: Name of Jane Marie 
Donetsky changed to Jane Marie Donesley. 

Particulars of children: Names of Marie 
Daisy Donetsky (registered as Donesky) 

changed to Marie Daisy Donesley, Edward 
Gerald Donetsky (registered as Donesky) 
changed to Edward Gerald Donesley, Daisy 
Marie Donetsky (registered as Donesky) 

changed to Daisy Marie Donesley, Leonard 
Leroy Donetsky (registered as Donesky) 

changed to Leonard Leroy Donesley, Kenneth 
Earnest Donetsky (registered as Donesley) 
changed to Kenneth Earnest Donesley, and 
Raymond Walter Donetsky (registered as 
Donesley) changed to Raymond Walter Don¬ 
esley. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
13th day of April, 1946. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2089-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 13th day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 11.10 o’clock in 
the forenoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: Robert Smith. 

Domiciled at 2550 Vancouver Street, Vic¬ 
toria, in the Province of British Columbia. 
Name changed to Robert Louis Smith. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
13th day of April, 1946. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2089-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 3rd day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 9.33 o’clock in 
the forenoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act ” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: George Chuzikowski (birth 
registered as Chuzikouski). 

Domiciled at 846 Keefer Street, Vancouver, 
in the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to George Kirk. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
3rd day of April, 1946. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2084-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 
























1056 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


PROVINCIAL BOARD OF 
HEALTH. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 9th clay of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 9.35 o’clock in 
the forenoon, the following changes of name 
were effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: Stephen Seginowicz (natu¬ 
ralized under name of Stephan Seginowich). 

Domiciled at 1223 Bidwell Street, Vancou¬ 
ver, in the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to Stephen Segnoe. 
Particulars of wife: Name of Anne Jane 
Seginowicz changed to Anne Jane Segnoe. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
9th day of April, 1946. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2089-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 8th day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 3.37 o’clock in 
the afternoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: Mary Kathleen Shaw. 
Domiciled at 1371 Harwood Street, Vancou¬ 
ver, in the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to Louella Shaw. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
9th day of April, 1946. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2084-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to cei'tify that on the 10th day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 9.04 o’clock in 
the forenoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: Alfred Theodore Kruszel- 
nicki. 

Domiciled at 667 Georgia Street East, Van¬ 
couver, in the Province of British Columbia. 
Name changed to Alfred Theodore Cross. 
Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
10th day of April, 1946. 

J D. B SCOTT 

2089-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 12th day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 2.39 o’clock in 
the afternoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: Edith Aimee Sastaunik. 
Domiciled at 919 Broughton Street, Vancou¬ 
ver, in the Province of British Columbia. 
Name changed to Edith Aimee Gordon. 
Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
12th day of April, 1946. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2089-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 

OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital 
Statistics for a change of name, pursuant to 
the provisions of the “ Change of Name Act,” 
by me, George Melnychuk, of 1235 Hornby 
Street, in the City of Vancouver, in the Prov¬ 
ince of British Columbia, as follows:— 

To change my name from George Melnychuk 
to George Thomas Melvin. 

Dated this 26th day of March, 1946. 
2248-apl8 GEORGE MELNYCHUK. 


PROVINCIAL BOARD OF 
HEALTH. 


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 

OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital 
Statistics for a change of name, pursuant to 
the provisions of the “ Change of Name Act,” 
by me, Gladys Emma Parsons, of 270 Miller 
Road, Eburne, in the Province of British Co¬ 
lumbia, as follows:— 

To change my name from Gladys Emma 
Parsons to Sharie Parsens. 

Dated this 10th day of April, 1946. 
2243-apl8 GLADYS EMMA PARSONS. 

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 

OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital 
Statistics for a change of name, pursuant to 
the provisions of the “ Change of Name Act,” 
by me, Vera Platnico, of Box 35, Castlegar, in 
the Province of British Columbia, as follows:— 

To change my name from Vera Platnico to 
Vera Alexander. 

Dated this 15th day of March, 1946. 
2239-apl8 VERA PLATNICO. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 4th day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 12.53 o’clock in 
the afternoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: Ilmari Johannas Pakarinen 
(known as Elmer Johannes Pakarinen). 

Domiciled at 4406 Ninth Avenue West, Van¬ 
couver, in the Province of British Columbia. 
Name changed to Edwin John Packer. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
4th day of April, 1946. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2084-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 9th day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 9.35 o’clock in 
the forenoon, the following changes of name 
were effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act ” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: Onufrey Kadyschuck (known 
as Frederick Kadeschuk). 

Domiciled at 1846 Broadway West, Vancou¬ 
ver, in the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to Frederick Kade. 
Particulars of wife: Name of Nettie Mary 
Kadeschuk changed to Nettie Mary Kade. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
9th day of April, 1946. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2089-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 8th day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 11.48 o’clock in 
the forenoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: Charles Louis Szabo. 
Domiciled at 986 Vedder Road, Yarrow, in 
the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to Charles Louis Saboe. 
Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
9th day of April, 1946. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2084-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 


























April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1057 


PROVINCIAL BOARD OF 
HEALTH. 


PROVINCIAL BOARD OF 
HEALTH. 


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 


N OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital 
Statistics for changes of name pursuant to 
the provisions of the “ Change of Name Act,” 
by me, Mike Stoyke, of 2140 Twenty-eighth 
Avenue East, in the City of Vancouver, in the 
Province of British Columbia, as follows:— 

To change my name from Mike Stoyke to 
Mike Stokes; my wife’s name from Alice 
Stoyke to Alice Stokes; and my minor un¬ 
married children’s names from Allan Ralph 
Stoyke to Allan Ralph Stokes and Ilene Mar¬ 
garet Stoyke to Ilene Margaret Stokes. 

Dated this 11th day of April, 1946. 

2250-apl8 MIKE STOYKE. 


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 

N OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital 
Statistics for changes of name pursuant to 
the provisions of the “ Change of Name Act,” 
by me, William Kuzyk, of 4104 John Street, in 
the City of Vancouver, in the Province of Brit¬ 
ish Columbia, as follows:— 

To change my name from William Kuzyk 
to William Kay; my wife’s name from Enid 
Winifred Kuzyk to Enid Winifred Kay; and 
my minor unmarried child’s name from Con¬ 
stance Patricia Kuzyk to Constance Patricia 
Kay. 

Dated this 10th day of April, 1946. 
2252-apl8 WILLIAM KUZYK. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

T HIS is to certify that on the 8th day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 11.48 o’clock in 
the forenoon, the following changes of name 
were effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: John Howard Ralph Elsaes- 
ser. 

Domiciled at 117 Sixth Street West, North 
Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia. 
Name changed to John Parker. 

Particulars of wife: Name of Anne Marion 
Elsaesser changed to Dayle Parker. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
9th day of April, 1946. 


J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2084-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

T HIS is to certify that on the 2nd day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 3.25 o’clock in 
the afternoon, the following changes of name 
were effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:—• 

Original name: Usher Averbach (known as 
Harry Averbuch). 

Domiciled at 2616 Pender Street East, Van¬ 
couver, in the Province of British Columbia. 
Name changed to Harry Avery. 

Particulars of wife: Name of Sylvia Aver¬ 
buch changed to Sylvia Avery. 

Particulars of children : Names of Hanrietta 
Averbuch (registered as Hinda Averbuch) 
changed to Hanrietta Avery and Rosalie Aver¬ 
buch (registered as Rosalin Avery) changed 
to Rosalie Avery. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
2nd day of April, 1946. 


J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2084-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 

2 


N OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital 
Statistics for a change of name, pursuant to 
the provisions of the “ Change of Name Act,” 
by me, John Sokulsky, of 1390 Granville 
Street, in the City of Vancouver, in the Prov¬ 
ince of British Columbia, as follows:— 

To change my name from John Sokulsky to 
John Sobie. 

Dated this 12th day of April, 1946. 
2265-apl8 JOHN SOKULSKY. 

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 

N OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital 
Statistics for changes of name pursuant to 
the provisions of the “ Change of Name Act,” 
by me, Robert Leighton, of 1760 Blenheim 
Street, in the City of Vancouver, in the Prov¬ 
ince of British Columbia, as follows:— 

To change my name from Robert Leighton 
to Robert Leidan and my wife’s name from 
Mary Firth Leighton to Merna Leidan. 

Dated this 10th day of April, 1946. 

2253-apl8 R. LEIGHTON. 

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

T HIS is to certify that on the 12th day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 2.39 o’clock in 
the afternoon, the following changes of name 
were effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: Herbert Armand Bragg. 
Domiciled at 2575 Cornwall Street, Vancou¬ 
ver, in the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to John Brage. 

Particulars of wife: Name of Carell Bragg 
changed to Karel Brage. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
12th day of April, 1946. 


J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2089-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 


rpHIS is to certify that on the 1st day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 4.09 o’clock in 
the afternoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act ” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: William McRobert State. 
Domiciled at 3306 Fleming Street, Vancou¬ 
ver, in the Province of British Columbia. 
Name changed to Rae F. State. 


Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
2nd day of April, 1946. 


J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2084-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 

IV’ OTICE is hereby given that an application 
x ^ will be made to the Director of Vital 
Statistics for a change of name, pursuant to 
the provisions of the “ Change of Name Act ” 
by me, Mary Mildred Jagoe, of 780 Beatty 
Street, in the City of Vancouver, in the Prov¬ 
ince of British Columbia, as follows:— 

To change my minor unmarried child’s 
name from Alison Maclean Jagoe to Barbara 
Ann Jagoe. 

Dated this 12th day of April, 1946. 
2264-apl8 M. MILDRED JAGOE. 















1058 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


PROVINCIAL BOARD OF 
HEALTH. 


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 

OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital 
Statistics for changes of name, pursuant to 
the provisions of the “ Change of Name Act,” 
by me, Paul Richard Hilfiker, 3841 Marine 
Drive South-east, Burnaby, in the Province of 
British Columbia, as follows:— 

To change my name from Paul Richard Hil¬ 
fiker to Paul Richard Hilker and my wife’s 
name from Fay Bertha Hilfiker to Fay Bertha 
Hilker. 

Dated this 15th day of April, 1946. 
2275-apl8 P. R. HILFIKER. 


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 

OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital 
Statistics for changes of name, pursuant to 
the provisions of the “ Change of Name Act,” 
by me, Stephen Poje, of Ucluelet, in the Prov¬ 
ince of British Columbia, as follows:— 

To change my name from Stephen Poje to 
Stephen Paige; my wife’s name from Eliza¬ 
beth Maud Poje to Elizabeth Maud Paige; and 
my minor unmarried children’s names from 
Marion Ellen Poje to Marion Ellen Paige and 
Phillip Stephen Poje to Phillip Stephen Paige. 

Dated this 11th day of April, 1946. 
2269-apl8 STEPHEN POJE. 


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 

N OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital 
Statistics for a change of name, pursuant to 
the provisions of the “ Change of Name Act,” 
by me, Barbara-Ann Dunn, of 2035 Oak Bay 
Avenue, in the Municipality of Oak Bay, in 
the Province of British Columbia, as follows:— 
To change my name from Barbara-Ann 
Dunn to Barbara-Ann Cleemoff. 

Dated this 15th day of April, 1946. 
2272-apl8 BARBARA-ANN DUNN. 

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 

OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital 
Statistics for a change of name, pursuant to 
the provisions of the “ Change of Name Act,” 
by me, Walter Hrynyk, of 869 Sixty-third Ave¬ 
nue West, in the City of Vancouver, in the 
Province of British Columbia, as follows: — 

To change my name from Walter Hrynyk to 
Walter Hendricks. 

Dated this 12th day of April, 1946. 
2260-apl8 WALTER HRYNYK. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 5th day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 12.36 o’clock in 
the afternoon, the following changes of name 
were effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act ” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: Sidney Russell Sharpe. 
Domiciled at 1330 Bute Street, Vancouver, in 
the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to John Loyd Sharpe. 
Particulars of wife: Name of Anna Beata 
Sharpe changed to Dianne Sharpe. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
5th day of April, 1946. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2084-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 


PROVINCIAL BOARD OF 
HEALTH. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 4th day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 12.53 o’clock in 
the afternoon, the following changes of name 
were effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:— 
Original name: George Harold Richardson. 
Domiciled at 4678 Elgin Street, Vancouver, 
in the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to Ross Harvey Sinclaire. 
Particulars of wife: Name of Lily Richard¬ 
son changed to Diane Sinclaire. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
4th day of April, 1946. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2084-apl8 Director of Vital Statistics. 


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 

OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital 
Statistics for a change of name, pursuant to 
the provisions of the “ Change of Name Act,” 
by me, Alexander Melnychuk, of 1235 Hornby 
Street, in the City of Vancouver, in the Prov¬ 
ince of British Columbia, as follows:— 

To change my name from Alexander Melny¬ 
chuk to Alexander David Melvin; my wife’s 
name from Edna Lois Melnychuk to Edna Lois 
Melvin; and my minor unmarried child’s name 
from Donna Fay Melnychuk to Donna Fay 
Melvin. 

Dated this 26th day of March, 1946. 
2247-apl8 ALEXANDER MELNYCHUK. 


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 

N OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital 
Statistics for changes of name, pursuant to the 
provisions of the “ Change of Name Act,” by 
me, Ingwald Feragen, of 146 Eleventh Avenue 
West, in the City of Vancouver, in the Prov¬ 
ince of British Columbia, as follows:— 

To change my name from Ingwald Feragen 
to Wallace Fergen; my wife’s name from Helen 
Kerr Feragen to Helen Kerr Fergen; and my 
minor unmarried child’s name from Helen 
Elizabeth Feragen to Helen Elizabeth Fergen. 
Dated this 30th day of March, 1946. 

2155-apl8 I. FERAGEN. 


CERTIFICATES OF 
IMPROVEMENTS. 


CLIFF FRACTIONAL MINERAL CLAIM. 

Situate in the Nelson Mining Division. Where 
located: On Toad Mountain, near the Cali¬ 
fornia group. Lawful holder: Sheep Creek 
Gold Mines, Ltd. Number of the holder’s 
free miner’s certificate: 2861f. 

AKE NOTICE that I, A. L. Purdy, acting 
as agent for the lawful holder, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 2861f, intends, at the 
end of sixty days from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate 
of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining 
a Crown grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under 
section 85 of the “ Mineral Act,” must be com¬ 
menced before the issuance of such Certificate 
of Improvements. 

Dated this 17th day of April, 1946. 

2270-aplS 






















April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1059 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


TIMBER SALE X37161. 

S EALED TENDERS will be received by the 
District Forester at Kamloops, B.C., not 
later than noon on the 26th clay of April, 1946, 
for the purchase of Licence X37161, to cut 
480,000 board-feet of yellow pine and fir on an 
area situated on Myers Flats. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Kamloops, B.C. 2087-apl8 


TIMBER SALE X39180. 

S EALED TENDERS will be received by the 
District Forester, Vancouver, B.C., not later 
than noon on the 26th day of April, 1946, for 
the purchase of Licence X39180, to cut 1,912,000 
board-feet of fir, cedar, and hemlock on an area 
situated at Britain River, Prince of Wales 
Reach, Jervis Inlet, New Westminster District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Vancouver, B.C. 2087-apl8 


TIMBER SALE X39023. 

rTIHERE will be offered for sale at public 
-L auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Monday, the 29th day of April, 1946, in the 
office of the District Forester, Marine Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X39023, to 
cut 2,140,000 F.B.M. of fir, cedar, hemlock, 
and white pine on an area covering parts of 
Lots 4174 and 4175 and parts of Surveyed 
Timber Licences 12811P, 743P, and 12743P, 
on Refuge Lagoon, Redonda Island, New West¬ 
minster Land District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests at Victoria, 
B.C., or the District Forester at Vancouver, 
B.C. 2040-mh28 


TIMBER SALE X38716. 

rTIHERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, in the office of the Forest 
Ranger, Kelowna, B.C., at 12 o’clock noon on 
the 26th day of April, 1946, Timber Sale 
X38716, to cut 345,575 lineal feet of lodgepole 
pine poles and piling and 65,000 board-feet of 
Douglas fir, larch, and spruce on an area 
situated near Mission Creek, approximately 25 
miles East of Kelowna. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Forester, Kamloops, B.C. 

2071-apll 


LAND LEASES. 


NEW WESTMINSTER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

T AKE NOTICE that The Knowlton Logging 
Company, Ltd., of Rosedale, B.C., logging 
operators, intends to apply for a lease of the 
following described lands, situate on the east 
bank of the Fraser River, fronting on Indian 
Reserve (Ohamil No. 1), Township 4, Range 


27, west of the 6th meridian: Commencing at 
a post planted at the north-east corner of the 
Ohamil Indian Reserve No. 1, on the high- 
water mark of the Fraser River; thence south 
along the high-water mark of the Fraser River 
80 chains; thence west 5 chains; thence north¬ 
erly 80 chains; thence east 5 chains, more or 
less, to the point of commencement, and con¬ 
taining 40 acres, more or less. 

Dated April 5th, 1946. 

THE KNOWLTON LOGGING 
COMPANY, LTD. 

2271-apl8 Frank Sweatman, Agent. 


NEW WESTMINSTER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

T AKE NOTICE that The Knowlton Logging 
Company, Ltd., of Rosedale, B.C., logging 
operators, intends to apply for a lease of the 
following described lands, situate on the west 
bank of the Fraser River, and fronting on 
Lukseetsissum Indian Reserve No. 9 and Oha¬ 
mil Indian Reserve No. 2 (Waleach Island) : 
Commencing at a post planted on the high- 
water mark of the Fraser River at the mouth 
of Ruby Creek, about 30 chains south-westerly 
from the north-east corner of Skawehlook 
Indian Reserve No. 2; thence southerly along 
the high-water mark of the Fraser River 80 
chains; thence west 5 chains; thence north¬ 
erly 80 chains; thence east 5 chains, more or 
less, to the point of commencement, and con¬ 
taining 40 acres, more or less. 

Dated April 5th, 1946. 

THE KNOWLTON LOGGING 
COMPANY, LTD. 

2271-apl8 Frank Sweatman, Agent. 


OYSTER LAND DISTRICT. 

Recording District of Victoria. 

rTTAKE NOTICE that John Moyle, of R.R. 2, 
Ladysmith, B.C., retired, intends to apply 
for a lease of the following described lands, 
situate at Stuart Channel: Commencing at a 
post planted at the south-east corner of Lot 
27, Oyster District; thence east 1.50 chains; 
thence N. 21° W. 35 chains, more or less, to 
the north boundary of Parcel A of Lot 27, ex¬ 
cept Plan 4169, produced east; thence west 
1.50 chains, more or less, to high-water mark; 
thence meandering along high-water mark in 
a south-easterly direction to point of com¬ 
mencement, and containing 5 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated April 4th, 1946. 

2240-apl8 JOHN MOYLE. 


LILLOOET LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

rTTAKE NOTICE that Charles Keary, of 
Minto Mines P.O., packer, intends to apply 
for a lease of the following described lands, 
situate on the left bank of Marshall Creek, 
tributary to Bridge River, approximately 2% 
miles north-westerly up-stream from Lot 1139 
and approximately 2 miles south-easterly 
down-stream from Lot 1137: Commencing at 
a post planted at the north-east corner post; 
thence west 20 chains; thence south 20 chains; 
thence east 20 chains; thence north 20 chains 
to point of commencement, and containing 40 
acres, more or less. Lease is desired for com¬ 
mercial gravel and clay. 

Dated March 19th, 1946. 

2244-apl8 CHARLES KEARY. 















1060 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


LAND LEASES. 


RUPERT LAND DISTRICT. 

Recording District of Nanaimo. 

AKE NOTICE that I, Fred E. Gibbens, of 
Alert Bay, B.C., lineman, intend to apply 
for permission to lease the following described 
lands covered with water, lying to the west of 
foi’eshore Lot 1741, Cormorant Island, Rupert 
District, fronting on the gazetted road and 
high-water mark opposite Parcel D and Parcel 
2 of Parcel P of Section 68: Commencing at a 
post planted at the north-west corner of said 
Lot 1741 at its intersection with high-water 
mark and the gazetted road; thence southerly 
paralleling the west boundary of said Lot 1741 
a distance of 198 feet; thence westerly to the 
east boundary of Lot 1664; thence northerly 
paralleling the east boundary of said Lot 1664 
to high-water mark and the said gazetted road; 
thence easterly following the south boundary 
of said gazetted road and high-water mark to 
point of commencement. 

Dated at Alert Bay, B.C., this 14th day of 
March, 1946. 

2120-mh28 FRED E. GIBBENS. 


LAND RECORDING DISTRICT OF 
NANAIMO. 

AKE NOTICE that Comox Logging and 
Railway Company, of Ladysmith, B.C., 
logging company, intends to apply for a lease 
of the following described lands, situate in 
Oyster Harbour, Ladysmith: Commencing at 
the post planted on the shores of Oyster Har¬ 
bour, distance south 1.06 chains from an old 
post marked “ Lot 23 S.E.,” said post being on 
a line between Lot 23 and Lot 44, Oyster Dis¬ 
trict; thence south 4 chains; thence south 51° 
25' east 44 chains; thence north 4 chains, more 
or less, to high-water mark; thence meander¬ 
ing along high-water mark in a northerly and 
westerly direction to the point of commence¬ 
ment, and containing 15 acres, more or less. 

Dated April 11th, 1946. 

COMOX LOGGING & RAILWAY 
COMPANY. 

2261-apl8 H. E. Stevens, Agent. 

VICTORIA LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

T AKE NOTICE that Douglas Gordon Keith 
Wilson, of Ganges, Saltspring Island, 
B.C., marine service operator and owner, in¬ 
tends to apply for a lease of the following 
described lands, situate Vesuvius Bay, Salt¬ 
spring Island: Commencing at a post planted 
at the north-west corner of Lot 7 of Section 
9, Range 2 west, North Division, Saltspring 
Island, Plan 3996; thence S. 45° W. 3.6 chains; 
thence S. 45° E. 2.2 chains; thence N. 45° E. 
3.6 chains; thence along high-water mark to 
the point of commencement, and containing 
0.8 acre, more or less. 

Dated April 2nd, 1946. 

DOUGLAS GORDON KEITH WILSON. 

2103-ap4 


RUPERT LAND DISTRICT. 

Recording District of Nanaimo. 

T AKE NOTICE that we, Robert Bell and 
Winnifred Bell, of Alert Bay, B.C., fisher¬ 
man and housewife respectively, intend to 
apply for a lease of the following described 
lands: Commencing at a post planted at the 
north-west corner of Lot 1659, on the foreshore 
of Alert Bay, Cormorant Island, Rupert Dis¬ 
trict, and the gazetted road and high-water 


mark; thence southerly paralleling the west¬ 
erly line of said Lot 1659, 300 feet; thence 
westerly a distance of 46 feet; thence in a 
northerly direction paralleling said lot-line a 
distance of 300 feet to its intersection with said 
gazetted road and high-water mark; thence 
along the south boundary of said gazetted road 
and high-water mark to point of commence¬ 
ment, and containing 0.17 acre, more or less. 

Dated at Alert Bay, B.C., this 20th day of 
March, 1946. 

ROBERT BELL. 

2118-mh28 WINNIFRED BELL. 


NEW WESTMINSTER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Alexander McDonald, 
of Albion, B.C., fisherman, intends to 
apply for a lease of the following described 
lands, situate at Albion, in front of Lot 6, Plan 
7324, of Lot 405, Group 1, New Westminster 
District: Commencing at a post planted at the 
most south-westerly corner of Lot 6 aforesaid; 
thence S. 36° 42' W. 70 feet; thence south- 
eastwardly 137 feet; thence N. 36° 42' E. 70 
feet to the south-east corner of said Lot 6; 
thence north-westwardly along shore-line of 
Fraser River 137 feet to the point of com¬ 
mencement, and containing 0.21 of an acre, 
more or less. 

Dated March 11th, 1946. 

2130-mh28 ALEXANDER MCDONALD. 


CLAYOQUOT LAND DISTRICT. 


Recording District of Alberni. 

T AKE NOTICE that North Coast Timber 
Company, Limited, of 837 Hastings 
Street West, Vancouver, B.C., logging opera¬ 
tors, intends to apply for a lease of the follow¬ 
ing described lands, situate in Ucluelet Har¬ 
bour: Commencing at a point where a post is 
planted at the north-west corner of Lot 286; 
thence north a distance of 660 feet; thence 
south 63 degrees east a distance of 2,880 feet; 
thence south 960 feet, more or less, to a point 
on the shore of Ucluelet Inlet; thence north¬ 
westerly along high-water mai’k to point of 
commencement, and containing 51 acres, more 
or less. 

Date of staking, April 2nd, 1946. 

Dated April 2nd, 1946. 

NORTH COAST TIMBER COMPANY, 
LIMITED. 

2207-apll H. C. McQuillan, Agent. 


OSOYOOS DIVISION OF YALE LAND 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Grandview Auto Park, 
Limited, of Okanagan - Mission Road, 
Kelowna, incorporated company, intends to 
apply for a lease of the following described 
lands, situate in the Osoyoos Division of Yale 
District and in the City of Kelowna School 
District and being below the high-water mark 
of Okanagan Lake, to the west of Lots 1, 2, 3, 
4, and 5, Map 2197: Commencing at a post 
planted at the south-west corner of Lot 1, Map 
2197; thence due west 600 feet; thence in a 
north-easterly direction parallel to the westerly 
boundaries of Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, Map 2197, 
to a point due west of the north-west corner of 
Lot 5, Map 2197; thence due east to the north¬ 
west corner of said Lot 5, Map 2197; thence 
south-westerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Lots 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1, Map 2197, to the point 
of commencement; containing 6.85 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated April 3rd, 1946. 

GRANDVIEW AUTO PARK, LIMITED. 

Ralph Forbes Cruickshank, Agent . 

2193-apll 

















April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1061 


LAND LEASES. 


NEW WESTMINSTER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Silver-Skagit Logging 
Co., Ltd., of Hope, B.C., loggers, intends 
to apply for a lease of the following described 
lands: Commencing at a post planted on the 
right bank of Stave River, at its mouth, and 
at the south-east corner of Lot 438; thence 
east 1 chain; thence northerly 40 chains; 
thence west 1 chain to shore-line; thence 
southerly along shore-line to point of com¬ 
mencement, and containing 4 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated March 28th, 1946. 


Government wharf-site, as shown on Reference 
Plan 1619 deposited; thence westerly along 
the southerly boundary of Dominion Govern¬ 
ment wharf to high-water mark of Snug Cove; 
thence continuing westerly along high-water 
mark of Snug Cove 90 feet, more or less, to 
point of commencement, and containing 2.8 
acres, more or less. 

Dated March 18th, 1946. 

UNION STEAMSHIPS, LIMITED. 
2141-mh28 F. W. Billington, Agent. 


COWICHAN LAND DISTRICT. 
Recording District of Victoria. 



SILVER-SKAGIT LOGGING CO., Ltd. 
2171-ap4 Noel Humphrys, Agent. 

NEW WEiSTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT. 


Recording District of Vancouver. 

T AKE NOTICE that Burke Lumber Com¬ 
pany, Limited, of Vancouver, B.C., lumber¬ 
ing, intends to apply for a lease of the follow¬ 
ing described foreshore lands, situate on the 
North Arm of the Fraser River, immediately 
south of portion of Lot 1, Block 12, District 
Lot 311, Group 1, New Westminster District, 
Map 6834: Commencing at a post planted at 
the south-east corner of Lot 1. Block 12, Dis¬ 
trict Lot 311, Group 1, New Westminster Dis¬ 
trict; thence south 80 feet; thence westerly 
200 feet; thence north 80 feet to shore-line; 
thence easterly along shore-line 200 feet, more 
or less, to point of commencement, and con¬ 
taining 0.37 acre, more or less. 

Dated March 18th, 1946. 

BURKE LUMBER COMPANY, 
LIMITED. 

2135-mh28 James T. Underhill, Agent. 


CLAYOQUOT LAND DISTRICT. 


Recording District of Alberni. 

T AKE NOTICE that Sinclair & Boyd, 
Limited, of Tofino, B.C., general mer¬ 
chants, intends to apply for a lease of the fol¬ 
lowing described lands, situate in Clayoquot 
Sound, in front of the Village of Tofino: Com¬ 
mencing at a post planted at the north-east 
corner of Lot 3, Block 1, District Lot 114, 
Clayoquot District, Map 717; thence north¬ 
westerly along the production of the east 
boundary of Lot 3 produced north-westerly a 
distance of 250 feet; thence south-westerly at 
right angles thereto a distance of 60 feet; 
thence south-easterly a distance of approxi¬ 
mately 300 feet to ordinary high water; thence 
north-easterly along ordinary high water to 
point of commencement, and containing % 
acre, more or less. 

Dated March 20th, 1946. 

SINCLAIR & BOYD, LIMITED. 

2140-mh28 


NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT. 

Recording District of Vancouver. 

T AKE NOTICE that Union Steamships, 
Limited, of Vancouver, B.C., transporta¬ 
tion company, intends to apply for a lease of 
the following described lands, situate east of 
and adjoining Lot 5159, Group 1 at Snug Cove, 
Bowen Island: Commencing at a post planted 
at the north-east corner of Lot 5159; thence 
south along the east boundary of Lot 5159, 
450 feet; thence east at right angles to the 
east boundary of Lot 5159, 265 feet; thence 
north and parallel to the east boundary of Lot 
5159, 410 feet, more or less, to the intersection 
with the southerly boundary of the Dominion 


T AKE NOTICE that I, John Bevill Acland, 
of Ganges, B.C., resort owner, intend to 
apply for a lease of the following described 
lands, being foreshore in Booth Bay, fronting 
on part of Fractional Section 5, Range 1 west, 
Saltspring Island (North Division) : Com¬ 
mencing at a post planted 921 feet west and 
718 feet south of the north-east corner of Sec¬ 
tion 5, Range 1 west, Saltspring Island (North 
Division) ; thence N. 62° 06' W. 1,000 feet; 
thence N. 31° 20' E. 290 feet, more or less, to 
high-water mark on Booth Bay; thence south¬ 
easterly, following high-water mark to point 
of commencement, and containing 5 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated March 21st, 1946. 

2137-mh28 JOHN BEVILL ACLAND. 


NEW WESTMINSTER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

rnAKE NOTICE that The 10 Mile Bay Log- 
-L ging Company, Limited, of Chilliwack, 
B.C., logging operators, intends to apply for a 
lease of the following described lands, situate 
on the west shore of Harrison Lake and front¬ 
ing on 10 Mile Bay, in Section 33, Township 
5, Range 29, west of the 6th meridian: Com¬ 
mencing at a post planted about 30 chains 
north-easterly from the south-east corner of 
Section 33, Township 5, Range 29, west of the 
6th meridian, and on the high-water mark of 
Harrison Lake; thence northerly along the 
high-water mark 40 chains; thence east 5 
chains; thence southerly 40 chains; thence 
west 5 chains, more or less, to the point of 
commencement, and containing 20 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated April 4th, 1946. 

THE 10 MILE BAY LOGGING COMPANY, 
LIMITED. 

2235-apll Frank Sweatman, Agent. 


NEW WESTMINSTER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 


r 11 AKE NOTICE that The Brett Logging 
Company, Limited, of Chilliwack, B.C., 
logging operators, intends to apply for a lease 
of the following described lands, situate on the 
east shore of Harrison Lake, fronting on Legal 
Subdivision 11, Section 7, Township 6, Range 
28, west of the 6th meridian, and on both sides 
of Bear Creek: Commencing at a post planted 
approximately 57 % chains west and 7M- 
chains south from the north-east corner of 
section 7, Township 6, Range 28, west of the 
6th meridian; thence southerly along high- 
water mark 40 chains; thence west 5 chains; 
thence northerly 40 chains; thence east 5 
chains, more or less, to the point of commence¬ 
ment, and containing 20 acres, more or less. 


Dated April 4th, 1946. 


THE BRETT LOGGING COMPANY, 
LIMITED. 

2235-apll Frank Sweatman, Agent. 














1062 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


LAND LEASES. 


NANAIMO LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that we, George R. Smith 
and Laurence A. H. Casper, of Ladysmith, 
B.C., farmers, intend to apply for a lease of 
the following described lands, situate north¬ 
east of Lots 1 and 2, subdivision of Lot 27, 
Plan 4169, Nanaimo Oyster District: Com¬ 
mencing at a post planted at the north-east 
corner of Lot 1, subdivision of Lot 27, Plan 
4169, Nanaimo Oyster District; thence south¬ 
east 11.115 chains; thence north-east 3 chains; 
thence north-west 11.115 chains; thence south¬ 
west 3 chains, and containing 3 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated April 1st, 1946. 

LAURENCE A. H. CASPER. 
2191-apll GEORGE R. SMITH. 


LAND NOTICES. 


LILLOOET LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

T AKE NOTICE that I, William Wallace 
O’Keeffe, of Bralorne, B.C., ranching, in¬ 
tend to apply for permission to purchase the 
following described lands, situate 1 mile due 
west of Spruce Lake, about 21 miles up Gun 
Creek from Bridge River, where it crosses the 
highway at Gun Creek Bridge: Commencing 
at a post planted at the north-west corner, 
1 mile due west of Spruce Lake, where the 
51st parallel of latitude intersects the 123rd 
degree of longitude; thence 80 chains due 
east; thence 80 chains due south; thence 80 
chains due west; thence 80 chains due north, 
terminating at said north-west post, and con¬ 
taining 640 acres, more or less. 

Dated March 20th, 1946. 

WILLIAM WALLACE O’KEEFFE. 
2139-mh28 


LILLOOET LAND DISTRICT. 


Recording District of Lillooet. 

AKE NOTICE that Karl Ernst August 
Wohlleben, of Lot 4336, Loon Creek, farmer, 
intends to apply for permission to purchase the 
following described lands, situate Loon Creek, 
south of Lot 4336 and east of Lot 7470: Com¬ 
mencing at a post planted at the south-west 
corner of Lot 4336; thence 20 chains south; 
thence 20 chains east; thence 20 chains north; 
thence 20 chains west, and containing 40 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated April 1st, 1946. 

KARL ERNST AUGUST WOHLLEBEN. 

2192-apll 


NEW WESTMINSTER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Andrew Cameron 
Stevenson, of Vancouver, B.C., builder, 
intends to apply for permission to purchase 
the following described lands, situate Cultus 
Lake: Commencing at a post planted 10 
chains due east of the south-west corner of the 
North-west Quarter of Section 11, Township 
22, east of the Coast meridian; thence due 
north 20 chains; thence due east 10 chains; 
thence due south 20 chains; thence due west 
10 chains to point of commencement, and con¬ 
taining 20 acres, more or less. 

Dated March 2nd, 1946. 

2209-apl 1 ANDREW C. STEVENSON. 


LAND NOTICES. 


CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT. 

Recording District of Quesnel. 

AKE NOTICE that Fred Wissler, of 
Likely, B.C., miner, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands, situate west shore of Quesnel Lake, 
about 1.5 miles from Likely and opDosite Lots 
9864 and 9865: Commencing at a post planted 
about 1,000 feet westerly from the south-west 
corner of Lot 9865; thence west 20 chains; 
thence north 20 chains; thence east 20 chains; 
thence following high-water mark of the shore¬ 
line to point of commencement, and containing 
40 acres, more or less. 

Dated March 21st, 1946. 

2134-mh28 FRED WISSLER. 

SIMILKAMEEN LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

T AKE NOTICE that Ernest Alfred Ramsey, 
of Vancouver, B.C., civil servant, in¬ 
tends to apply for permission to purchase the 
following described lands, situate on the 
Similkameen River, 4 miles north-west of 
Keremeos, on the main highway: Commencing 
at a post planted on the south-east corner, 
boundary of Indian Reseiwe No. 9; thence 20 
chains north; thence 20 chains east; thence 
20 chains south; thence 20 chains west to 
point of commencement, and containing 40 
acres, more or less. 

Dated April 1st, 1946. 

2185-apll ERNEST ALFRED RAMSEY. 

NEW WESTMINSTER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

T AKE NOTICE that John Brown Hutton, 
of Squamish, B.C., logger, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following de¬ 
scribed lands, situate on the north-west side 
of Alice Lake: Commencing at a post planted 
on the southern boundary of Lot 2184, on the 
north-west side of Alice Lake; thence west 10 
chains; thence north 20 chains; thence east 
10 chains; thence south 20 chains to point of 
commencement, and containing 20 acres, more 
r less. 

Dated February 25th, 1946. 

2000-mh28 JOHN BROWN HUTTON. 


VANCOUVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Paul Emerson Cooper, 
of Vancouver, B.C., paper-mill executive, 
intends to apply for permission to purchase 
the following described lands, situate at Nas¬ 
sau Bay, Dean Channel: Commencing at a 
post planted on the west side of Dean Channel 
northerly from Nascall Bay at a distance of 
about 40 chains east and about 7.67 chains 
north of the north-west corner of Lot 1169; 
thence north about 12.33 chains; thence west 
40 chains to a point 20 chains north of the 
north-west corner of Lot 1169; thence north 
20 chains; thence west 40 chains; thence 
south 20 chains; thence west 20 chains; 
thence south 20 chains; thence west 20 chains; 
thence south 20 chains, more or less, to north 
shore of Nascall Lake; thence northerly and 
easterly following north shore of Nascall Lake 
and north bank of Nascall River and north 
shore of Nascall Bay and west shore of Dean 
Channel to point of commencement, and con¬ 
taining 205 acres, more or less. 

Dated March 14th, 1946. 

PAUL EMERSON COOPER. 
2178-ap4 Parker Samuel Bonney, Agent. 





















April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1063 


LAND NOTICES. 


VANCOUVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

rnAKE NOTICE that John Anderson Young, 
of Vancouver, B.C., paper-mill executive, 
intends to apply for permission to purchase the 
following described lands, situate at Nascall 
Bay, Dean Channel: Commencing at a post 
planted on the intersection of the north bound¬ 
ary of Lot 1169, Coast District, and the south 
shore of Nascall Bay; thence about 7 chains 
west to the north-west corner of Lot 1169; 
thence south 20 chains to the south-west corner 
of Lot 1169; thence west 40 chains; thence 
south 20 chains; thence west 30 chains, more 
or less, to the south shore of Nascall Lake; 
thence northerly and easterly following the 
shores of Nascall Lake and south bank of 
Nascall River and south shore of Nascall Bay 
to point of commencement, and containing 160 
acres, more or less. 

Dated March 14th, 1946. 

JOHN ANDERSON YOUNG. 
2177-ap4 Parker Samuel Bonney, Agent. 

NEW WESTMINSTER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

T AKE NOTICE that I, Carl Eric Axen, of 
Brackendale, B.C., P.G.E. employee, in¬ 
tend to apply for permission to purchase the 
following described lands, situate in Lots 2184 
and 2417, Township 50, near Brackendale: 
Commencing at a post planted on west shore 
of Crane Lake, 14 chains, more or less, north 
of the south end of lake; thence east 20 
chains; thence south 20 chains; thence west 
20 chains; thence north 20 chains, and con¬ 
taining 40 acres, more or less. 

Dated March 23rd, 1946. 

2222-apll CARL ERIC AXEN. 


CERTIFICATES OF 
INCORPORATION. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20398. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Tom Tothill, 
Ltd.,” was incorporated under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” on the 25th day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into five thou¬ 
sand shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 509 
Bank of Nova Scotia Building, 602 Hastings 
Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To buy, sell, exchange, import, export, 
manufacture, produce, repair, or otherwise 
acquire, deal in, or dispose of, and either by 
wholesale or retail, sporting goods and sports 
equipment, men’s and women’s clothing and 
equipment, suits, dresses, clothing, haber¬ 
dashery, underwear, hosiery, fabrics, materials, 
and textiles of any kind, and any other kind 
of goods and merchandise, including wines, 
liquors, and bevei’ages, either as principal or 
agent, and upon commission, consignment, or 
otherwise: 

( b .) To carry on any or all of the busi¬ 
nesses of importers, exporters, manufacturers’ 
agents, commission agents, forwarding agents, 
mercantile agents, factors and brokers, and 
general merchants or traders in relation to 
goods, wares, and merchandise of any kind: 

(c.) To operate and maintain stores, shops, 
warehouses, and offices for any of the fore¬ 
going purposes. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2151-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATES OF 
INCORPORATION. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 

“ Co-operative Associations Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 571. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Langley Co- 
J- operative Society ” has this day been in¬ 
corporated as an Association under the “ Co¬ 
operative Associations Act ” and that the 
denomination of its shares is one dollar each. 

The l'egistered office of the Association will 
be situate at Murrayville, Province of British 
Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand nine 
hundred and forty-six. 

[l.s.] ' S. W. TAYLOR, 

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Association are: To carry 
on the business of a storekeeper in all its 
branches, and in particular to buy, sell, manu¬ 
facture, and deal in goods, stores, consumable 
articles, chattels, and effects of all kinds, both 
wholesale and retail, and to transact agency 
business. 2157-mh28 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20505. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Richmond 
Peat Products, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “Companies Act” on the 11th day 
of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into 
twenty-five thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 604 
Randall Building, 535 Georgia Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on a general business of oper¬ 
ating a peat plant, with all machinery, dry- 
sheds, and equipment necessary to the pro¬ 
cessing of peat-moss; and to carry on the 
business of taking, recovering, and reclaiming 
peat and peat-moss, either on lands belonging 
to the Company or others: 

(b.) To buy, sell, deal (either directly or 
indirectly), or as manufacturers, commission 
agents, brokers, or in any other manner in all 
or any kind of peat-moss: 

(c.) To import, export, produce, manufac¬ 
ture, buy, sell, trade, and deal in all kinds of 
goods, wares, and merchandise of all kinds and 
descriptions, and as principal or agents, and 
whether at wholesale or retail. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2278-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20404. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Cowichan 
Mills, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 25th day of March, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is at the 
office of C. F. Davie, K.C., Station Street, 
Duncan, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To engage in and carry on a timber 
business in all its branches, and whether as 
manufacturers, merchants, dealers, shippers, 
loggers, logging contractors, or otherwise how¬ 
soever as may seem to the dii'ectors calculated, 
directly or indirectly, to promote the Com¬ 
pany’s business: 
















1064 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


( b .) In particular, without limiting the 
generality of the foregoing, to construct, oper¬ 
ate, and maintain pulp, paper, and lumber 
mills, and to engage in logging and timber 
operations of any kind for the Company’s own 
output, or as contractors for any other com¬ 
pany or person, in the manufacture, disposi¬ 
tion, production, and (or) sale of any and all 
forest products or of any product in which 
lumber, trees, pulp, or paper, or any material 
used in the manufacture thereof, is used or 
employed: 

(c.) To undertake and carry into effect all 
such financial, trading, or other operations in 
connection with the objects of the Company as 
to the directors may seem advisable, including 
the investment of the Company’s capital in any 
real or personal property: 

(d.) To allot the shares of the Company, 
credited as fully or partly paid up, as the 
whole or part of the purchase pi’ice of any 
real or personal property, or as the whole or 
part payment for services rendered or to be 
rendered to the Company, or for any valuable 
consideration, and as preference shares or 
otherwise, with power to convert shares issued 
and allotted as ordinary shares into preference 
shares: 

(e.) To increase or reduce the capital of the 
Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2150-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20407. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ H. King, 
Ltd.,” was incorporated under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” on the 26th day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is Suite 
620, Stock Exchange Building, 475 Howe 
Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) The protection of life and property and 
the maintenance of law and order: 

(6.) The carrying on of any business or 
businesses and the entering into any contract 
or contracts, including the hiring of personnel, 
watchmen, guards, officers, labourers, and 
other persons: 

(c.) The entering into of any and all kinds 
of contracts, agreements, and other dealings 
or arrangements with owners, operators, man¬ 
agers, employers, lessees, tenants, occupants, 
corporations, clubs, places of amusement, in¬ 
dustries, organizations, and other bodies or 
persons for the protection of life and property 
and the maintenance of law and order: 

(d.) Generally to carry on any business or 
enter into any contracts which it appears to 
the Company may conveniently or profitably 
be carried on in conjunction with or in addi¬ 
tion to any of the foregoing businesses or 
objects. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2157-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20402. 

1V"0TICE is hereby given that “ Hanfield, 

’ Limited,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 25th day of March, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into five thou¬ 
sand shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is Suite 
524, Vancouver Block, 736 Granville Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To buy, own, sell, deal in, lease, or 
otherwise acquire timber limits, logs, lumber, 
railroad-ties; to manufacture every and all 
kinds of lumber, boards, and building ma¬ 
terials : 


( b.) To erect, acquire, own, buy, sell, lease, 
convey, improve, and operate sawmills, plan- 
ing-mills, and other mills and buildings for the 
manufacture of lumber, ties, and building 
material: 

(c.) To contract for, own, lease, and operate 
lumber and logging roads for the purpose of 
transporting timber, logs, lumber, supplies, 
and merchandise of all kinds: 

( d .) To buy, sell, own, acquire merchandise 
of all kinds, stores, clothing, machinery of 
every nature, and to deal in any and all kinds 
of merchandise and wares necessary to the 
operation of the business of contracting and 
manufacture of lumber, ties, and building ma¬ 
terial : 

( e .) To manufacture, buy, sell, import, ex¬ 
port, and deal in all kinds of goods, wares, and 
merchandise: 

(/.) To carry on business as factors and 
commission merchants: 

(g.) To carry on business as transfer and 
transportation agents, to charter steamships 
in whole or in part, or to make such arrange¬ 
ments for transportation purposes upon any 
and all kind of ships, boats, or other means of 
transportation, whether by land or sea, as the 
Company may find advantageous or expedient 
for the purposes of its business: 

(h.) It is hereby declared that the intention 
is that the objects specified in each of the para¬ 
graphs of this clause may be used as individual 
objects, and shall in nowise be restricted to or 
subject to any interference from any other 
paragraphs. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2150-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20383. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Malahat 
Country Club and Fishing Lodge, Ltd.,” 
was incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” 
on the 21st day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into fifty thou¬ 
sand preferred shares of one dollar each. 

The Company is also authorized to issue ten 
thousand common shares without nominal or 
par value. 

The addi’ess of its registered office is 2978 
Douglas Street, Victoria, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To carry on business as operators 
of a country club, fishing and hunting lodge, 
auto camp on Finlayson Arm, in the Malahat 
District of Vancouver Island, and to carry on 
the business of hotelkeepers, restaurant-keep¬ 
ers, and renters of boats and fishing-tackle. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2123- mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20384. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Standard 
Importing, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 21st day 
of March, 1946. 

The Company is authorized to issue ten 
thousand shares without nominal or par value. 

The address of its registered office is 520 
Stock Exchange Building, 475 Howe Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To buy, sell, and otherwise dispose 
of, hold, own, manufacture, produce, export, 
import, and deal in, either as principal or 
agent, and upon commission, consignment, or 
otherwise, goods, wares, products, and mer¬ 
chandise of any kind and nature whatsoever, 
and to do a general commission merchant’s 
merchandise, brokerage, selling agent’s and 
factor’s business in goods, wares, and mer¬ 
chandise dealt in by the Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2124- mh28 Registrar of Companies. 











April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1065 


CERTIFICATES OF 
INCORPORATION. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20392. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Northwood 
Lodge, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 23rd day of March, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is Lake 
Puntchesakut, Quesnel, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To take over and acquire the tourist 
camp, summer resort, and sport, fishing, and 
recreation business now being conducted by 
Malcolm Gaywood Fish and Kenneth Alex¬ 
ander Northrup, at Lake Puntchesakut, Ques¬ 
nel, British Columbia, upon such terms as to 
price and as to whether for cash or in shares 
of this Company as the directors may deem 
advisable: 

( b .) To carry on the said tourist camp, sum¬ 
mer resort, and sport, fishing, and recreation 
business: 

(c.) To carry on the business of proprietors 
and operators and managers of tourist camps, 
summer resorts, and recreation resorts, deal¬ 
ers in fishing tackle and supplies of all kinds, 
lodge - keepers, restaurateurs, storekeepers, 
dealers in goods and commodities of all kinds, 
dealers in equipment, boat-builders, boat-re¬ 
pairers, wharfingers and forwarders, deal¬ 
ers in and suppliers of oil, gasoline, and all 
things required for the operation of boats and 
ships, ship-chandlers, stevedores, ferry opera¬ 
tors, exporters, importers, fish-dealers, ship- 
brokers, ship-owners, freight handlers and con¬ 
tractors, warehousemen, carriers by land, air, 
and sea, lightermen, general contractors, gene¬ 
ral traders, brokers, insurance-brokers, em¬ 
ployment agents, and general merchants in all 
its branches. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2143-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20388. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Duck Bay 
Company, Limited,” was incorporated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 22nd day of 
March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifteen thousand dollars, divided into fifteen 
thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 611- 
613 Central Building, 620 View Street, Vic¬ 
toria, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To build, construct, purchase, take on 
hire, lease, fit out, and repair boats, ships, ves¬ 
sels, sails, engines, and other devices for the 
navigation, propulsion, and operation of boats, 
ships, and vessels: 

(b.) To purchase and otherwise acquire 
land, foreshore, docks, ways, slips, yards, 
plant and equipment, ship-chandlery, hard¬ 
ware, wood, timbers, metals, and other ma¬ 
terials necessary or incidental to the construc¬ 
tion or acquisition, harbouring, maintaining, 
repairing, outfitting of boats, ships, and 
vessels: 

(c.) To buy and sell boats, ships, and ves¬ 
sels of any and all kinds: 

( d .) To carry on, conduct, operate, and 
manage business as shippers, carriers of cargo 
and passengers (subject to the terms and pro¬ 
visions of the “ Shipping Act ” of the Dominion 
of Canada and any and all other Acts and 
regulations in force and effect in respect to 
such business or businesses from time to 
time) : 


(c.) To own and operate mills, plants, fac¬ 
tories, and to manufacture and produce any 
and all materials for use in the construction of 
boats, vessels, ships, and the means of pro¬ 
pulsion thereof: 

(/.) To insure in any fire, accident, life, or 
other insurance company any or all the goods, 
chattels, properties, and assets of the Com¬ 
pany, or any of its officers, employees, ser¬ 
vants, or agents, against loss or damage by 
fire, tempest, or other hazards: 

(g.) To enter into any contract for the 
bonding or insuring of any officer, employee, 
servant, or agent of the Company, or the Com¬ 
pany itself, to indemnify the Company or any 
person, persons, or corporation having deal¬ 
ings with the Company against loss or damage 
arising out of or resulting from the acts or 
deeds of such officers, employees, servants, or 
agents, or of the Company itself: 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2143-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20387. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Sweet Six¬ 
teen (Prince Rupert), Limited,” was in¬ 
corporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 21st day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into one 
hundred common shares and two thousand four 
hundred preference shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 530-33 
Rogers Building, 470 Granville Street, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To carry on the business of manu¬ 
facturers, mei-chants, importers, and expoi'ters, 
and wholesale and retail dealers in clothing 
and wearing-apparel of every description, and 
in all kinds of goods, wares, merchandise, and 
commodities. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2142mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20389. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Triangle 
Metal Manufactux-ers, Limited,” was in¬ 
corporated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 
22nd day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its l'egistered office is 203 
Rogers Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished ai'e:— 

(a.) To take over as a going concern the 
assets and liabilities of the business cai’ried on 
at 6625 Clarendon Street, in the City of Van¬ 
couver, Province of British Columbia, known 
as “ Triangle Sheet Metal ”: 

( b .) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turing and distributing, of iron-foundei's, man¬ 
ufacturing of machinery, tool-makers, brass- 
founders, material - wox’kers, boiler - makers, 
millwrights, machinists, iron and steel con- 
verters, smiths, wood-woi’kers, buildei’s, paint¬ 
ers, metallux-gists, electrical equipment of all 
descriptions, and to buy, sell, manufactui’e, 
repair, convert, alter, let on hire, and deal in 
machinery, implements, rolling-stock, and hard¬ 
ware of all kinds, and to cai'ry on any other 
business (manufacturing or otherwise) which 
may seem to the Company capable of being 
conveniently carried on in connection with the 
above, or otherwise calculated, directly or indi¬ 
rectly, to enhance the value of any of the 
Company’s property and rights for the time 
being: 

(c.) To manufacture and deal in ii’on, steel, 
and all other metals from the ore to the 
finished pi'oducts thereof, and also to manu- 






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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


facture and deal in all goods, wares, and mer¬ 
chandise in which iron, steel, or any other 
metal is or may be used: 

( d .) And to carry on any business relating 
to the working of wood, plastics, minerals, 
metals, or any other products, and the produc¬ 
tion, manufacturing, and preparation of any 
other materials which may be usefully or con¬ 
veniently combined with the business of the 
Company, or any contracts undertaken by the 
Company, and either for the purpose only of 
such contracts or as an independent business: 

(e.) To carry on the business of general 
carriers, carriers by ship, truck, or automo¬ 
bile, warehousemen, contractors, manufactur¬ 
ers, and dealers in hardware of all kinds, and 
fittings and utensils and other articles and 
commodities of personal and household use, 
and to engage in all or any of the foregoing 
by wholesale and (or) retail: 

(/.) To carry on the business of a merchant 
in all its branches, both wholesale and retail, 
and to buy, sell, manufacture, and deal in 
goods, stores, articles, chattels, and effects of 
all kinds, and to act as agents, and to transact 
every kind of agency business, and generally 
to engage in any business or transaction which 
may seem to the Company directly or indirectly 
conducive to its interests or convenience. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2143-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20394. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Sanitherm 
Engineering, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 23rd day of 
March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one thou¬ 
sand shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 701- 
703 Royal Trust Building, 626 Pender Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) Subject to the provisions of the “ En¬ 
gineering Profession Act,” to carry on busi¬ 
ness as mechanical engineers, and to deal in 
machinery, implements, and building and in¬ 
dustrial supplies of all kinds: 

(6.) To install machinery of every kind and 
nature: 

(c.) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turers’ agents or representatives. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2142mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20386. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Stradiotti 
Brothers, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 21st day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
thirty-five thousand dollars, divided into three 
thousand ordinary shares and five hundred 
preference shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 1114 
Dominion Bank Building, 207 Hastings Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To purchase, build, charter, or hire, 
equip, loan on commission, repair, let out on 
hire, and trade with ships, boats, and vessels 
of all kinds propelled by steam, internal- 
combustion engines, or other power: 

(b.) To carry on all or any of the businesses 
of charterers, boat-brokers, managers of ship¬ 
ping property, freight contractors, carriers by 
land, sea, and air, barge and scow owners, 
forwarding agents, ice manufacturers and 
merchants, refrigerating storekeepers, ware¬ 


housemen, wharfingers, merchants (wholesale 
and retail), exporters and importers, fisher¬ 
men, fish-buyers, ship owners and operators, 
tow-boat proprietors, carpenters, machinists, 
marine repairmen, shipyard operators, and 
boat and ship builders in all its branches, 
gasoline, oil, and accessories merchants, owners 
and operators of fish-oil and reduction plants, 
loggers and foresters, sawmill proprietors, lum¬ 
bermen, insurance agents and brokers (subject 
to the provisions of the “ Insurance Act ”), 
owners and operators of plants and canneries 
for fish, sea-food, and fish products of all 
kinds, fish curers and processors, ship-chandlers, 
and dealers in ship supplies and accessories, 
and fishermen’s supplies, commercial chemists, 
and manufacturers: 

(c.) To acquire any real and personal prop¬ 
erty for any of the purposes of the Company 
for cash or on terms, for shares of the Com¬ 
pany, either ordinary or preferred and partly 
or fully paid up, or partly for cash and shares 
as the directors of the Company may deter¬ 
mine. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2124-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20375. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ DeGraves- 
Mulgrew Agencies (1946), Limited,” was 
incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 20th day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
five thousand dollars, divided into one thou¬ 
sand shares of five dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is Suite 
402, Holden Building, 16 Hastings Street East, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To act as agents and brokers for any 
and all persons, firms, corporations, and es¬ 
tates engaged in any branch of industrial, com¬ 
mercial, or financial business: 

(6.) To negotiate loans, and to act as agents 
for the loan, payment, investment, and collec¬ 
tion of money and for the management and 
realization of property, and generally to trans¬ 
act all kinds of investment business: 

(c.) To lend or advance money to such per¬ 
sons and on such terms as may seem expedient: 

(d.) To acquire by purchase, lease, exchange, 
or in any other manner, and to hold, sell, man¬ 
age, improve, let, convey, trade, sell on terms or 
agreement, or otherwise, and generally to deal 
in any real or personal property of any tenure 
or description, and any interest therein or any 
right over or connected therewith, and, with¬ 
out limiting the generality of the foregoing, 
in particular lands, buildings, tenements, 
hereditaments, timber lands, leases, or claims, 
rights to cut timber, surface rights, water 
rights, patents, privileges, and concessions, 
easements, rights-of-way, mortgages, deben¬ 
tures, options, book debts, agreements for sale 
of land, or any claims against any person, per¬ 
sons, or company, and to carry on any under¬ 
taking so acquired: 

(e.) To invest or loan any of the funds of 
the Company, and to accept, acquire, hold, 
deal in, sign, hypothecate, or dispose of all 
securities and properties resulting from said 
loans and investments: 

(/.) To borrow, raise, or secure the pay¬ 
ment of money in such manner as the Com¬ 
pany or its directors shall think fit, and in 
particular by the issue of debentures charged 
upon all or any part of its property, including 
uncalled capital: 

(g.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, ex¬ 
change, lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to 
account, or otherwise deal with the under¬ 
taking or the whole or any part of the prop¬ 
erty and rights of the Company, and to accept 
as consideration therefor shares, stock, deben- 










April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1067 


tures, or other securities of any limited com¬ 
pany, wheresoever incorporated and carrying 
on any business, directly or indirectly, con¬ 
ducive to the objects of the Company: 

(h.) To guarantee the payment of money 
secured by or payable under or in respect of 
any contracts, mortgages, charges, obligations, 
or securities of any company, or of any person, 
persons, or body whomsoever, whether corpo¬ 
rate or unincorporate, subject to the “ Insur¬ 
ance Act ”: 

(i.) To procure the Company to be regis¬ 
tered, licensed, and recognized in any part of 
Canada or in any other country, and to accept 
rights and powers to carry on its business 
therein: 

( j .) To do all or any of the above things as 
principals, agents, contractors, or otherwise, 
and by or through trustees, agents, or other¬ 
wise, and either alone or in conjunction with 
others. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2142mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20380. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Dominion 
Cabs (1946), Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 20th day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty thousand dollars, divided into two hun¬ 
dred shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 1500 
The Royal Bank Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on a taxicab business in all 
its branches, and to lease or let for hire taxi¬ 
cabs, automobiles, motor-wagons, motor-omni¬ 
buses, motor-trucks, motor-cycles, and vehicles 
of every description: 

( b .) To carry on the business of general 
carriers, deliverymen, transfermen, teamsters, 
forwarding agents, and messengers: 

(c.) To purchase, lease, or otherwise acquire 
the whole or any part of the business, property, 
franchises, good-will, rights, and privileges 
held or enjoyed by any person, firm, or by any 
corporation carrying on any business which 
a company is authorized to carry on, and to 
pay therefor, either wholly or partly in cash 
or wholly or partly in bonds, paid-up shares, 
or other securities of the Company or other¬ 
wise, and to undertake the liabilities of any 
such person, firm, or corporation. 


S. W. TAYLOR, 

2125-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20393. 

"l^OTICE is hereby given that “P & M 
4-^ Motors, Limited,” was incorporated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 23rd day of 
March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is at the 
Company’s premises, Westbank, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To acquire and carry on all or any part 
of the business or property, and to undertake 
any liabilities of any person, firm, association, 
or company possessed of property suitable for 
the purposes of the Company, or carrying on 
any business which this Company is authorizec 
to carry on, and to pay for the same in cash, 
or partly in cash and pai’tly in shares of the 
Company: 

( b .) To carry on a garage business in all its 
branches, and to operate a service-station: 

(c.) To buy, sell, exchange, manufacture, 
import, repair, let for hire, warehouse, and 
generally to deal in all kinds of automobiles, 


taxi-cabs, motor-cars, and trucks, boats, ves¬ 
sels, implements, conveyances, vehicles, and 
machines of all kinds, and any parts of the 
foregoing, and to buy, sell, deal in, and use all 
things capable of being used in the manu¬ 
facture, maintenance, repairing, operating, or 
working of the before-mentioned articles, or 
any of them or any part thereof: 

(d.) To finance sales and purchases and ex¬ 
changes of, and to carry on a general financial 
ausiness with respect to the buying, selling, 
and exchanging of, or otherwise dealing with, 
anything which the Company is authorized to 

deal in: . 

(e.) To act as agent or broker in procuring, 
or to contract for and procure, policies in con¬ 
nection with automobile, fire, accident, plate 
glass, casualty, and all other kinds or classes 
of insurance: 

(/.) To act as appraisers, adjusters, and 
arbitrators in cases of insurance loss: 

(g.) To carry on in all its branches the 
business of traders and dealers in and mer¬ 
chants of all kinds of goods, wares, and mer¬ 


chandise. 

2143-mh28 


S. W. TAYLOR, 
Registrar of Companies. 


COMPANIES ACT.” 


No. 20372. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Powers Saw 
Mills, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 19th day of 
March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into two 
hundred and fifty shares of one hundred dol¬ 
lars each. 

The address of its registered office is 509 
Bank of Nova Scotia Building, 602 Hastings 
Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To acquire by purchase, lease, or in 
any other manner any timber lands, limits, 
leases, licences, sawmills, or factories, and to 
lease, exchange, work, operate, or otherwise 
dispose of any of the same, and generally to 
have all the rights and powers usual or neces¬ 
sary for the business of logging, milling, and 
manufacturing logs, timber, lumber, and wood 
products of any kind: 

(6.) To carry on business as loggers, timber 
merchants, or sawmill proprietors, and timber- 
growers, and to buy, sell, grow, prepare for 
market, manufacture, import, export, and 
otherwise deal in timber of all kinds, and to 
manufacture and deal in articles of all kinds 
in the manufacture of which timber or wood 
is used. 


S. W. TAYLOR, 

2124-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20379. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Tulameen 
Hotel Company, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 20th day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into five thou¬ 
sand shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is Room 
208, 402 Pender Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of hotel, res¬ 
taurant, cafe, tavern, licensed beer-house, re¬ 
freshment-room, and lodging-house keepers, 
licensed victuallers, vendors and dealers in 
aerated, mineral, and artificial waters and 
other drinks, purveyors and caterers for such 
amusements generally, automobile and garage 
proprietors, garage-keepers, dairymen, ice 
merchants, importers and brokers of food, and 
dealers of live and dead stock, produce of all 
descriptions, barbers, hairdressers, perfumers, 










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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


chemists, proprietors of baths, dressing-rooms, 
laundries, reading, writing, and newspaper 
rooms, libraries, grounds, and places of amuse¬ 
ments and recreation, sport, entertainment, 
and instructions of all kinds, tobacco and cigar 
merchants, agents for railway and shipping 
companies, carriers, vendors and_ dealers in 
books, papers, magazines, post-cards, theatri¬ 
cal, post-office proprietors, and generally to 
deal in any other business which can be car¬ 
ried on in connection therewith: 

(6.) To pay for any business, property, or 
assets which the Company may purchase or 
acquire in cash or by shares, debentures, or 
other securities of this Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2125-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20381. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Safe-way 
Taxi, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 21st day of March, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into two 
hundred and fifty shares of one hundred dol¬ 
lars each. 

The address of its registered office is 676 
Cordova Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on business of transporting 
persons and property for hire or gain in any 
or all of its several branches: 

(6.) To operate taxicabs, motor-buses, motor 
carriers and conveyances of all descriptions: 

(c.) To operate service-stations and ga¬ 
rages : 

(d.) To cari’y on the business of buying and 
selling and dealing in, repairing, servicing, 
storing, and warehousing motor-vehicles and 
motor-vehicle equipment, pax-ts, and acces¬ 
sories : 

(e.) To buy, sell, and deal in gasoline, oil, 
greases, petroleum products, and motor-fuel 
of all kinds: 

(/.) To carry on business of renting for 
hire automobiles, with or without chauffeur 
or other persons, and motor-vehicles of all 
kinds: 

(g.) To acquire by pui'chase, lease, or other 
manner lands and premises, and to erect 
thereon warehouses or other building or build¬ 
ings which the said Company may require for 
its business, and to engage in a general ware¬ 
housing and storage business. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2124-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20382. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Norsk Nytt 
Publishing Co., Limited,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 21st 
day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 936 
Rogers Building, 470 Granville Street, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To acquire, take over, publish, and 
operate as a going concei'n the business and 
newspaper known as “ Norsk Nytt,” now be¬ 
ing carried on and published in the Cities of 
Vancouver and New Westminster, in the Prov- 
ince of British Columbia, by Julius A. Larsen 
and Thorvald A. Larrsen, and any and all the 
assets and liabilities of the said business and 
newspaper, including the good-will thereof, 
and to pay for the same in fully paid-up shares 
in this Company, or partly in shai-es or pai’tly 
in cash: 


( b.) To carry on any or all branches of 
business as proprietors, publishers, and dis¬ 
tributers of newspapers, magazines, periodi¬ 
cals, publications, journals, books, music, pic¬ 
tures, and all other literary works and 
undertakings: 

(c.) To carry on all or any of the businesses 
of printers, stationers, lithographers, type¬ 
founders, stereotypers, electrotypers, photo¬ 
graphic printers, photolithographers, chromo- 
lithographers, engravers, die-sinkers, book¬ 
binders, paper-rulers, designei’s, draughtsmen, 
paper and ink makers or dealers, book-sellers, 
publishers, advei'tising agents, music-dealers, 
photographers, dealers in and manufacturers 
of office supplies and appliances, and any other 
articles capable of being used in any of such 
businesses. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2124-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20377. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Bar K 
Ranch and U Drive, Ltd.,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 20th 
day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into 
twenty-five thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is R.R. 4, 
Cordova Bay Road, Saanich, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished ai’e:— 

(a.) To own and operate tallyhoes and 
sight-seeing vehicles: 

( b .) To conduct and maintain a drive-your- 
self business with both mechanical or horse- 
drawn vehicles: 

(c.) To engage in public or private ti’ans- 
portation in all its forms: 

( d .) To operate a travel bureau: 

(e.) To keep for public or private hire rid¬ 
ing or driving horses or ponies: 

(/.) To operate a riding-school and general 
livery service: 

(g.) To cari-y on other business which may 
seem to the Company capable of being conve¬ 
niently carried on in connection with the 
above; and to do all such other things as are 
incidental or conducive to the attainment of 
the above objects or any of them. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2125-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20378. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Prefabri¬ 
cated Products, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 20th day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one hundred 
shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 604 
Randall Building, 535 Geoi'gia Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To purchase, acquire, and take over as 
a going concern the business and undertaking 
heretofore carried on at 869 Georgia Street 
West, in the City of Vancouver, Province of 
British Columbia, by David Mitchell, Arthur 
Grenfell, Stanley R. Lucas, Sidney Veals, Wil¬ 
liam Lamond, Rowland W. Wheatley, W. Eaxde 
Wright, Walter Kerry, and Allister H. Fraser, 
carrying on business under the firm-name of 
“ Piefabricated Products ” as manufacture's 
of all types and kinds of wood products, metal 
or plastic products, with all the nxacliinery, 
stock-in-trade, good-will, and effects of the 
said business, and to pay for the same in 
fully paid shares of the Company: 














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1069 


(6.) To carry on a general mercantile busi¬ 
ness as importers and exporters and dealers 
in all kinds of goods, wares, and merchandise, 
whether wholesale or retail, and by means of 
stores, warehouses, shops, or agencies, and in 
all such places as the Company may deem to 
be profitable and advantageous: 

(c.) To act and carry on a business - as 
brokers and agents generally for the buying 
and selling of merchantable commodities of 
every kind and description, and to make and 
enter into every and all kinds of lawful con¬ 
tracts in respect thereof: 

( d .) To carry on any other business which 
may seem to the Company capable of being 
conveniently carried on with any of the above 
business or calculated, directly or indirectly, 
to enhance the value of or render profitable 
any of the Company’s property or rights, and 
to carry on any of the above businesses either 
as principals or agents. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2125-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20376. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Tommy 
Tucker’s, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 20th day of 
March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into 
twenty-five thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The addi’ess of its registered office is 809 
Yates Street, Victoria, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on a general restaurant busi¬ 
ness in all its branches, including, and without 
restricting the generality of the foregoing, 
cafe, coffee-shop, snack-bar, curb-service, and 
general catering: 

( b .) To provide entex-tainment of all kinds 
for its patrons: 

(c.) To carry on any other business which 
may seenx to the Company capable of being 
conveniently carried on in connection with the 
above; and to do all such other things as are 
incidental or conducive to the attainment of 
the above objects or any of them. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2125-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20369. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Sylverite 
Mines, Limited (Non-Personal Liability),” 
was incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” 
as a Specially Limited Company on the 18th 
day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
one million five hundred thousand dollars, 
divided into three million shares of fifty cents 
each. 

The address of its registered office is 602 
Rogers Building, 470 Granville Street, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects of the Company ai - e restricted to 
the following, namely:— 

(a.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, dis¬ 
covery, location, or otherwise, and to hold, 
mines, mineral claims, mining lands, prospects, 
licences, and mining rights of every descrip¬ 
tion, and to woi'k, develop, operate, turn to 
account, sell, or otherwise dispose thereof: 

(b.) To dig, drill, or bore for, i-aise, crush, 
wash, smelt, l'educe, refine, amalgamate, assay, 
analyse, and otherwise treat gold, silver, cop¬ 
per, lead, iron, coal, petroleum, natural gas, 
and any other ore, deposit, metal, or mineral 
whatsoever, whether belonging to the Company 
or not, and to render the same merchantable, 
and to buy, sell, and deal in the same or any 
product thereof: 

(c.) To engage in any branch of mining, 
smelting, milling, and refining minerals: 


( d .) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise timber lands, leases, or 
claims, rights to cut timber, surface rights and 
rights-of-way, water rights and privileges, 
patents, patent rights and concessions, and 
other real or personal propex-ty: 

(e.) To acquire by pui - chase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise, and to construct, operate, 
maintain, or alter, trails, l'oads, ways, tram¬ 
ways, l'eservoirs, dams, flumes, race and other 
ways, watercoui’ses, canals, aqueducts, pipe¬ 
lines, wells, tanks, bridges, whaxwes, piers, 
mills, pumping plants, factories, foundries, 
furnaces, coke-ovens, crushing-works, smelting- 
works, concentrating-works, refining-works, 
hydraulic, electrical, and other works and ap¬ 
pliances, power devices and plants of every 
kind, laboratories, warehouses, boarding-houses, 
dwellings, buildings, machinery, plant, and 
other works and conveniences, and to buy, sell, 
manufacture, and deal in all kinds of goods, 
stoi'es, provisions, implements, chattels, and 
effects: 

(/.) To build, pui’chase, lease, hire, ehai’ter, 
navigate, use, and operate cars, wagons, and 
other vehicles, boats, ships, and other vessels: 

( g .) To sell or otherwise dispose of ore, 
metal, oil, gas, or mineral product, and to take 
contracts for mining-woi’k of all kinds, and to 
accept as the consideration shai’es, stock, de¬ 
bentures, or other secui'ities of any limited 
company, wheresoever incorporated and carry¬ 
ing on any business, directly or indirectly, con¬ 
ducive to the objects of a specially limited 
company, if such shares (except the shai'es of a 
company having non-personal liability), stock, 
debentures, or other securities ai - e fully paid 
up, and to sell or otherwise dispose thereof. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2123-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20368. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Plyfab, 
Ltd.,” was incoi-porated under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” on the 18th day of March, 1946. 

The Company is authorized to issue five 
hundred thousand shares without nominal or 
par value. 

The address of its registered office is Suite 
414-424, Pacific Building, 744 Hastings Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To manufactui-e, buy, sell, or otherwise 
acquire and dispose of, hold, own, export, and 
impoi’t, or otherwise deal with and in, both 
wholesale and retail, plywood, plywood prod¬ 
ucts, and articles of household use or orna¬ 
ment, and prefabricated buildings or struc¬ 
tures of any nature, and to cai-ry on a general 
manufacturing business: 

( b .) To buy, sell, or otherwise acquire and 
dispose of, hold, own, maintain, and operate 
timber limits, sawmills, mines, plants, fac¬ 
tories, laboratoi-ies, and all other sources of 
the materials required by the Company in its 
business: 

(c._) To manufacture, buy, sell, or otherwise 
acquire and dispose of, hold, own, export, and 
import, or otherwise deal with or in, both 
wholesale and retail, either as principal or 
agent, and upon commission, consignment, or 
otherwise, or as jobbers or brokers, goods, 
wares, products, and merchandise of any kind, 
nature, and description: 

(d.) To carry on the business of general 
contractors in all branches, and to erect, con¬ 
struct, assemble, equip, decorate, furnish, alter, 
repair, pull down, and restore buildings and 
structures of all kinds: 

( e.) To carry on the business of a store¬ 
keeper in all its bi'anches, and in particular to 
buy, sell, manufacture, and deal with and in 











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[April 18th, 1946. 


goods, stores, consumable articles, chattels, and 
effects of all kinds, both wholesale and retail, 
and to transact every kind of agency business: 

(/.) To carry on the businesses of wood¬ 
workers, machinists, founders, galvanizers, 
electroplaters, enamellers, annealers, elec¬ 
tricians, tool-makers, brass-founders, metal¬ 
workers, boiler-makers, millwrights, iron and 
steel founders, smiths, builders, and painters 
in all their branches: 

( g.) To carry on the businesses of loggers 
and sawmill operators, and to log, buy, sell, 
cut, prepare for market, export, manufacture, 
trade, and deal in saw-logs, poles, piles, ties, 
timber, pulp logs, lumber, and wood of all 
kinds: 

(h.) To carry on the businesses of workers 
and dealers in electricity, motive power, and 
light, and any business in which the applica¬ 
tion of electricity or any light-power, or any 
power that can be used as a substitute there¬ 
for, is or may be useful, convenient, or orna¬ 
mental, or any other business of a like nature: 

( i .) To produce and accumulate electricity 
and electromotive force or other similar agency, 
and to supply the same for the production, 
transmission, or use of any light, heat, motive, 
or other power as may be thought advisable: 

O'.) To purchase or otherwise acquire let¬ 
ters patent, brevets d’invention, concessions, 
licences, inventions, rights, and privilege* sub¬ 
ject to royalty or otherwise, and whether 
exclusive or non-exclusive or limited, or any 
part interest in such letters patent, brevets 
d’invention, concessions, licences, inventions, 
rights, and privileges, whether in the Dominion 
of Canada or in any other part of the world: 

( k .) To sell, let, or grant any patent rights, 
brevets d’invention, concessions, licences, in¬ 
ventions, rights, or privileges belonging to the 
Company or which it may acquire or any 
interest in the same: 

(Z.) To register any patent or patents or 
any invention or inventions or obtain any 
exclusive or other privileges in respect of the 
same in any part of the world, and to apply 
for, exercise, use, or otherwise deal with or 
turn to account any patent rights, brevets 
d’invention, concessions, monopolies, or other 
rights or privileges, Acts of Parliament, or 
provisional orders, either in the Dominion of 
Canada or in any other part of the world: 

(m.) To manufacture and produce, and buy, 
sell, lease, or otherwise deal with and in, all 
machinery, plant, articles, appliances, and 
things capable of being manufactured, pro¬ 
duced, or dealt in by virtue or in connection 
with any such letters patent, brevets d’inven¬ 
tion, concessions, licences, inventions, rights, 
or privileges as aforesaid: 

(n.) To build, buy, acquire, hold, own, sell, 
repair, charter, hire, use, and operate steam¬ 
ers, tugs, scows, barges, ships, and other ves¬ 
sels, or any interest or share therein, and to 
let out at hire or charter the same: 

(o.) To carry on the business of merchants, 
warehousemen, wharfingers, barge - owners, 
lightermen, and forwarding agents: 

(p.) To build, acquire, possess, hold, opei’- 
ate, lease, sell, purchase, manage, and convey 
stores, warehouses, buildings, erections, and 
plant required for the purposes of the Com¬ 
pany, lands, water privileges, and other 
property: 

(</.) For the purposes aforesaid, to huild, 
repair, maintain, acquire, purchase, own, hold, 
and deal with all such buildings, works, prop¬ 
erty, machinery, and appliances as may be 
required in connection with the business of the 
Company: 

(r.) To undertake, construct, acquire, and 
carry on works of all kinds relating to any 
business of the Company, whether in the 
Dominion of Canada or in anv other part of 
the world and to enter into such contracts 
and make such arrangements as may be neces¬ 
sary to carry out the same: 


(s.) To carry on business as capitalists, 
financiers, mortgage-brokers, and financial 
agents, to transact all kinds of agency busi¬ 
ness, to advance money on the security of 
stocks, shares, bonds, debentures, or other 
securities, and to buy, sell, and deal in war¬ 
rants, bonds, debentures, bills of lading, ware¬ 
house receipts, choses in action, coupons, and 
other negotiable or non-negotiable securities 
or documents, and to seek for and secure open¬ 
ings for the employment of capital in British 
Columbia and elsewhere, and to carry on busi¬ 
ness as promoters, and to form, float, assist, 
and control companies and undertakings, and 
generally to carry on any business or under¬ 
take any transaction usually carried on or 
undertaken by financial agents, capitalists, or 
financiers: 

(t.) To make gifts and donations to any 
person, firm, or corporation for any purpose 
whatsoever, whether such person, firm, or cor¬ 
poration be a member of this Company or not. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2142-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20390. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Lambert 
Fisheries, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 22nd day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into 
twenty-five thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 203 
Rogers Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of fishing in 
all its branches, including catching, purchas¬ 
ing, curing, treating, and dealing in fish and 
the oils, fertilizing, and other by-products 
thereof; to purchase, lease, or otherwise 
acquire and own lands of whatsoever descrip¬ 
tion and wheresoever situate, and water lots, 
wharfage rights and privileges, fishing, trawl¬ 
ing, and seining rights, and other easements, 
rights, and privileges whatsoever; to construct 
or otherwise acquire, operate, control, manage, 
and deal in: (1) Trawlers, fishing boats and 
appliances, tugs, boats, barges, scows, ships, 
steamers, and other vessels of every descrip¬ 
tion, and wharves, docks, piers, slips, and 
works for the improvement of navigation and 
for the conduct of fishing, whaling, and other 
operations, also structures, appliances, and 
equipment for fishing, whaling, seining, trawl¬ 
ing, or sealing purposes, or for the handling 
of traffic in any form or any description; 
(2) works, stores, warehouses, hatcheries, 
shops, cold-storage and refrigerating buildings, 
and plants, sheds, offices, structures, and plant 
appliances, equipment and machinery for the 
cleaning, curing, canning, packing, storage, 
handling, or otherwise dealing in the products 
or by-products of fish and fisheries of whatso¬ 
ever description, or of whaling or sealing 
operations, or any other incidental operation 
carried on by the Company: 

( b .) To carry on in all its branches a lum¬ 
ber, timber, and pulp-wood business, and to 
manufacture, produce, buy, sell, and deal in 
timber, logs, lumber, and wood of all kinds: 
to import, export, buy, sell, and otherwise deal 
in lumber and wood of all kinds, and to manu¬ 
facture and deal in articles of all kinds in tho 
manufacture of which timber or wood is used: 

(c.) To carry on the business of the trans¬ 
portation of goods, wares, merchandise, timber, 
ore, coal, grain, and passengers by land, sea, 
and air; to carry on the business of towing, 
wrecking, and salvage in all its branches; to 
design, lay out, construct, acquire, buy, own, 
charter, improve, develop, repair, maintain, 
operate, and manage: (1) Motor-vehicles of 
all descriptions, aeroplanes, steamships, steam- 






April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1071 


boats, vessels, ships, barges, tugs, scows, 
steamship lines, vessel lines, transportation 
lines, towing, salvage, and wrecking outfits, 
wharves, piers, docks, dry-docks, dockyards, 
ship-building yards, slips, basins, marine rail¬ 
ways, coaling apparatus, telegraph and tele¬ 
phone lines on lands owned or controlled by 
the Company, wireless telegraph outfits and 
stations, and all incidental structures, appli¬ 
ances, and equipment; (2) steamboat and 
railway terminals, transportation warehouses, 
storage and cold-storage facilities, yards, 
stockyards, oil-tanks, pipe-lines, freight-sheds, 
freight and passenger stations, stores, build¬ 
ings of every description, tramways and tracks 
on lands owned or controlled by the Company, 
cars, motors, engines, and equipment for the 
movement, care, storage, or handling of any 
merchandise or traffic; (3) elevators for ele¬ 
vating grain, wheat, or other produce, and 
cleaning plant and equipment, mills and ma¬ 
chinery for the manufacture of flour, cereals, 
or any product or by-product of grain or of 
other agricultural products; (4) shops and 
works for the manufacture of machinery of 
all descriptions; (5) power-houses, structures, 
plant, and equipment for the development, 
generation, transmission, or utilization of 
water, steam, electric, or other power, and 
structures and plant for any form of lighting 
and heating (provided, however, that the sale, 
distribution, or transmission of electric or 
other power or force beyond the lands of the 
Company shall be subject to local and munici¬ 
pal regulations in that behalf) ; to act as 
agents, commission agents, vessel agents, cart¬ 
age agents, wharfingers, warehousemen, for¬ 
warders, and carriers by land, sea, and air; 
to sell and deal in any of the manufactures or 
products of the woi'ks hereinbefore • specified, 
or any commodities, merchandise, or manu¬ 
factures which may be conveniently handled in 
connection therewith and are germane to the 
objects for which the Company is incorporated: 

( d .) To carry on the business of a merchant 
in all its branches, and, without in any man¬ 
ner limiting the generality of the foregoing, in 
particular to buy, sell, manufacture, and deal 
in goods, stores, consumable articles, chattels, 
and effects of all kinds, both wholesale and 
retail, and to act as agents and to transact 
every kind of agency business, and generally to 
engage in any business or transaction which 
may seem to the Company directly or indirectly 
conducive to its interest or convenience. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2143-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20385. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Mastic In¬ 
sulation & Waterproofing Co., Ltd.,” was 
incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 21st day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into two thou¬ 
sand five hundred common shares and two 
thousand five hundred preference shares of 
ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 920 
Stock Exchange Building, 475 Howe Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on business as contractors, 
engineers, builders, insulators, painters, roofers, 
importers, dealers in and manufacturers of 
concrete, cement, insulating material of all 
kinds, and other materials which can be used, 
directly or indirectly, by contractors, builders, 
or roofers, with power to act as agents for 
other persons or corporations carrying on a 
similar business, and also to carry on any 
other business of a like nature or incidental 
to the foregoing: 


( b.) To manufacture, buy, sell, rent, and 
otherwise acquire machinery, tools, industrial 
equipment, implements of all kinds, automobile 
trucks and supplies, and generally to deal in 
all materials and articles used in the manu¬ 
facture, operation, and repair of the said prop¬ 
erty or any of same: 

(c.) To carry on the business of warehouse¬ 
men and wharfingers, and to acquire, construct, 
operate, maintain, lease, and dispose of ware¬ 
houses, storehouses, yards, and buildings for 
the purpose of storing lumber and building 
materials of all kinds: 

( d .) To raise money by way of mortgage or 
otherwise on any of the assets of the Company, 
and to invest any surplus money of the Com¬ 
pany in mortgages and other securities. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2151-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20395. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Canyon Saw¬ 
mills, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 25th day of March, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 703 
Royal Trust Building, 626 Pender Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of timber mer¬ 
chants, sawmill, shingle-mill, and pulp-mill 
owners or operators, timber-growers, loggers, 
lumbermen, and lumber merchants in any and 
all their branches; to buy, sell, grow, prepare 
for market, import, export, and deal in saw- 
logs, timber, piles and poles, shingles, lumber 
and wood of all kinds, and to manufacture and 
deal in articles and materials of all kinds in 
the manufacture whereof timber, lumber, or 
wood is used: 

( b .) To purchase or otherwise acquire, 
maintain, operate, keep, and improve, sell, 
lease, or otherwise dispose of all kinds of saw¬ 
mills and other buildings, plants, and ma¬ 
chinery of every description, timber limits, 
leases, concessions, licences, and lands. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2151-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20399. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Burrard Ac¬ 
ceptance Corporation, Limited,” was in¬ 
corporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 25th day of March, 1946. 

The Company is authorized to issue one hun¬ 
dred thousand shares without nominal or par 
value. 

The address of its registered office is 904 
Hall Building, 789 Pender Street West, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To act as financial agents, and to carry 
on a general financial agency, insurance, pro¬ 
motion, and brokerage business: 

( b .) To lend money, either with or without 
interest, and upon the security of real or per¬ 
sonal property, or upon bills, notes, and other 
negotiable security: 

(c.) To act as agents for the investment, 
loan, payment, transmission, and collection of 
money, and to raise and assist in raising 
money for and to aid by way of bonus, loan, 
promise, endorsement, guarantee of bonds, 
debentures, or otherwise, any other company 
or corporation, and to guarantee the perform¬ 
ance of contracts by any such company or cor¬ 
poration, or by any person or persons with 
whom the Company may have business rela¬ 
tionships : 















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[April 18th, 1946. 


( d .) To procure capital, credit, or other as¬ 
sistance for establishing, extending, or reor¬ 
ganizing any enterprise or industry intended 
to be carried on by any person or company: 

(e.) To invest in, subscribe for, underwrite, 
or acquire by purchase, exchange, or other 
legal title, and to hold, either as owner or by 
way of collateral security or otherwise, and to 
sell, guarantee the sale of, and to assign, 
transfer, or otherwise dispose of or deal in, 
and to act as brokers and agents for the pur¬ 
chase of bonds, debentures, and other evidences 
of indebtedness, stocks, shares, and other se¬ 
curities of any Government or municipal or 
school corporation, or of any banking, public 
utility, commercial, Industrial, or other com¬ 
pany or coi’poration or individual or association: 

(/.) To carry on a general brokerage busi¬ 
ness, and to act generally as insurance brokers, 
agents, and underwriters, and to enter into 
and carry out and complete contracts of inter- 
insui’ance, and for such purpose to appoint 
agents and attorneys, and to do any act neces¬ 
sary to complete such contracts: 

(g.) To loan or advance any of the funds 
of the Company to any shareholder of the 
Company or to any pex’son, firm, or corporation: 

(h.) To carry on a general mercantile, manu¬ 
facturing, and contracting business, and to act 
generally as agents, accountants, wholesale, 
retail, commission, and general merchants: 

(i.) To act in the name of principals as 
general or special agents or attorneys in the 
acquisition, management, sale, assignment, 
ti-ansfer, encumbi’ance, conveyance, or other 
disposition of any real or personal property, 
shares, or bonds, the investment and collection 
of moneys, rents, interests, dividends, hy¬ 
pothecs, notes, and other secux’ities, and gen¬ 
erally as the representative of any Govern¬ 
ment, body corporate, syndicate, or person in 
the transaction of business. 

The objects set forth in any subclause of this 
clause shall not, except where the context ex¬ 
pressly so requii'es, be in anywise limited or 
restricted by reference to or inference from 
the terms of any other subclause of this clause, 
and the Company shall have full power to ex¬ 
ercise all or any of its objects in any part of 
the world. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2150-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20400. 

OTICE is hei-eby given that “ Lynnwood 
Lumber Co., Ltd.,” was incoi’porated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 25th day of 
Mai’ch, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
thirty thousand dollars, divided into thirty 
thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registei'ed office is 415-16 
Rogers Building, 470 Granville Street, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished ai'e:— 

(a.) To carry on business as loggers and 
lumbermen; sawmill, shingle-mill, pulp-mill, 
paper-mill, shook-mill, and box-mill pro¬ 
prietors, operators, and owners; box-makers, 
wood-workers, lumber merchants and manu¬ 
facturers of lumber, shingles, and all manner 
of wood products, paper, pulp, boxes, shooks, 
and receptacles; and to buy, sell, prepare for 
market, manufacture, import, expoi't, and deal 
in sawlogs, timber, lumber, shingles, bolts, 
iles, boxes, receptacles, pulp, and paper of all 
inds, and in any by-products of wood or the 
forest, and in products of all kinds in the 
manufacture of which timber, wood, or by¬ 
products of timber or wood of any kind are 
used to form a part: 

(b.) To manufacture wood-fuel and saw¬ 
dust, and to buy, sell, deal in, either wholesale 
or retail, all manner of wood-fuel, sawdust, 
coal, or fuel of any kind: 


(c.) To cai’ry on business as ship-owners, 
charterers, and carriers by land or water, 
wharfingers and wai’ehousemen: 

(cl.) To conduct and cari-y on the business 
of merchants, wholesale and retail, and also a 
general trading, mercantile, and commission 
business, including the supplying of food, 
stores, clothing, and other necessities for the 
Company’s employees and others: 

( e .) To construct sawmills, shops, and all 
manner of buildings, and generally to carry 
on the business of general contractors and 
builders. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2150- mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20396. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Sanguine 
Jewelers, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 25th day of 
March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into two 
thousand five hundred shares of ten dollars 
each. 

The address of its registered office is 512 
Westminster Trust Building, New Westmin¬ 
ster, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished ai'e:— 

(a.) To cai’ry on business as goldsmiths, 
silversmiths, jewellers, gem merchants, watch 
and clock makers, and to buy, sell, and deal in 
(wholesale and retail) pi’ecious stones, jewel¬ 
lery, watches, clocks, gold and silver plate, 
cutlery, bronzes, articles of vertu, objects of 
art, and such other articles and goods as the 
Company may consider capable of being con¬ 
veniently dealt in in x’elation to its businesses, 
and to manufacture and to establish factories 
for manufacturing goods for the above busi¬ 
nesses : 

(b.) To issue, allot, and deliver, as fully 
paid-up and non-assessable or pai’tly paid up 
the shares, bonds, debentures, or debentui’e 
stock of the Company in payment or pai’t pay¬ 
ment of any ni'operty, i-eal or personal, and of 
any right or thing purchased, acquired, sub¬ 
scribed for, or obtained by the Company: 

( c .) To lend money to the shareholders or 
directors of the Company as pai’t of the ordi¬ 
nary coui’se of the Company’s business: 

(d.) To make gifts and donations to any 
person, firm, or corporation for any purpose 
whatsoever, whether the said person, firm, or 
corporation be a member of this Company or 
not. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2151- mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20397. 

■M"OTICE is hereby given that “ E. E. Gi’egg, 
Ltd.,” was incorporated under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” on the 25th day of March, 1946. 

The authoi-ized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 509 
Bank of Nova Scotia Building, 602 Hastings 
Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of log-bi’okers 
in any of its branches: 

( b .) To buy, sell, import, expoi’t, or other¬ 
wise deal in logs, lumber, shingles, ties, poles, 
pulp-wood, shingle-bolts, and other forest 
products: 

(c.) To carry on any or all of the businesses 
of importers, exportei-s, commission agents, 
forwarding agents, brokers, and factors, and 
any kind of commission or agency business. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2151-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 









April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1073 


CERTIFICATES OF 
INCORPORATION. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20417. 

OTICE is hereby given that “Johnston 
Straits Logging Company, Limited,” was 
incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 27th day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into five hun¬ 
dred shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 203 
Rogers Building, 470 Granville Street, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on in all its branches a lum¬ 
ber, timber, and pulp-wood business, and to 
manufacture, produce, buy, sell, and deal in 
timber, logs, lumber, and wood of all kinds; to 
import, export, buy, sell, and otherwise deal 
in lumber and wood of all kinds, and to manu¬ 
facture and deal in articles of all kinds in 
the manufacture of which timber or wood is 
used; to purchase, lease, or otherwise acquire 
and own lands of whatsoever description and 
wheresoever situate, and timber licences, limits, 
and leases, claims, berths, concessions, boom- 
ing-grounds, driving rights, water-powers, 
water lots, and other easements, rights, and 
privileges whatsoever: 

( b.) To construct or otherwise acquire, oper¬ 
ate, control, manage, and deal in: (1) Mills 
or machinery, machine-shops, factories, works, 
appliances, and equipment of every description 
for the cutting, transportation, handling, 
manufacture and finishing of logs and lumber, 
and of any manufacture of wood, or of wood 
and any other materials severally and in com¬ 
bination, and of all products or by-products 
of wood or other materials whatsoever; (2) 
warehouses, stores, shops, sheds, yards, offices, 
hotels, boarding-houses, restaurants, work¬ 
men’s houses, dwellings, camps, and structures 
of every description; (3) tugs, boats, barges, 
scows, ships, steamers, and other vessels of 
every description, and wharves, docks, piers, 
slips, and works for the improvement of navi¬ 
gation, also structures, appliances, and equip¬ 
ment for the handling of traffic in any form; 
(4) reservoirs, dams, aqueducts, canals, flumes, 
drains, timber-chutes, bridges, roadways, log¬ 
ging-railways on lands owned or controlled by 
the Company, and all other works, appliances, 
and equipment incidental to the foregoing: 

(c.) To carry on the business of a merchant 
in all its branches and, without in any manner 
limiting the generality of the foregoing, in 
particular to buy, sell, manufacture, and deal 
in goods, stores, consumable articles, chattels, 
and effects of all kinds, both wholesale and 
retail, and to act as agents, and to transact 
every kind of agency business, and generally 
to engage in any business or transaction which 
may seem to the Company directly or indirectly 
conducive to its interest or convenience: 

( d .) To carry on the business of the trans¬ 
portation of goods, wares, merchandise, tim¬ 
ber, ore, coal, grain, and passengers by land, 
sea, and air; to carry on the business of tow¬ 
ing, wrecking, and salvage in all its branches; 
to design, lay out, construct, acquire, buy, own, 
charter, improve, develop, repair, maintain, 
operate, and manage: (1) Motor-vehicles of 
all descriptions, aeroplanes, steamships, steam¬ 
boats, vessels, ships, barges, tugs, scows, 
steamship lines, vessel lines, transportation 
lines, towing, salvage, and wrecking outfits, 
wharves, piers, docks, dry-docks, dockyards, 
ship-building yards, slips, basins, marine rail¬ 
ways, coaling apparatus, telegraph and tele¬ 
phone lines on lands owned or controlled by 
the Company, wireless telegraph outfits and 
stations, and all incidental structures, appli¬ 
ances, and equipment; (2) steamboat and rail¬ 

4 


way terminals, transportation warehouse, stor¬ 
age and cold-storage facilities, yards, stock- 
yards, oil-tanks, pipe-lines, freight-sheds, 
freight and passenger stations, stores, build¬ 
ings of every description, tramways and tracks 
on lands owned or controlled by the Company, 
cars, motors, engines, and equipment for the 
movement, care, storage, or handling of any 
merchandise or traffic; (3) shops and works 
for the manufacture of machinery of all de¬ 
scriptions; (4) power-houses, structures, plant, 
and equipment for the development, generation, 
transmission, or utilization of water, steam, 
electric, or other power, and structures and 
plant for any form of lighting and heating; 
provided, however, that any sale, distribution, 
or transmission of electric or other power or 
force beyond the lands of the Company shall 
be subject to local and municipal regulations 
in that behalf; to act as agents, commission 
agents, vessel agents, cartage agents, wharfin¬ 
gers, warehousemen, forwarders and carriers 
by land, sea, and air; to sell and deal in any 
of the manufactures of products of the works 
hereinbefore specified, or any commodities, 
merchandise, or manufactures which may be 
conveniently handled in connection therewith 
and are germane to the objects for which the 
Company is incorporated. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2164-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20424. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Linscott 
Manufacturing B.C., Ltd.,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 28th 
day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one thousand 
shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 1803 
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To manufacture, sell, buy, and prepare 
for market articles, wooden or otherwise, of 
all kinds and types, whether by wholesale or 
by retail: 

( b .) To carry on any other business, whether 
manufacturing or otherwise, which may seem 
to the Company capable of being conveniently 
carried on in connection with the above or 
calculated, directly or indirectly, to enhance 
the value of or render profitable any of the 
Company’s properties or rights. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2164-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20419. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Fern Mine, 
Limited (Non-Personal Liability),” was 
incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” as 
a Specially Limited Company on the 27th day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
one million five hundred thousand dollars, 
divided into three million shares of fifty cents 
each. 

The address of its registered office is at the 
office of Messrs. Robertson, Douglas & Symes, 
640 Pender Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects of the Company are restricted to 
the following, namely:— 

(a.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, dis¬ 
covery, location, or otherwise, and to hold, 
mines, minez'al claims, mining lands, prospects, 
licences, and mining rights of every descrip¬ 
tion, and to work, develop, operate, turn to 
account, sell, or otherwise dispose thereof: 

(6.) To dig, drill, or bore for, raise, crush, 
wash, smelt, reduce, refine, amalgamate, assay, 
analyse, and otherwise treat gold, silver, cop¬ 
per, lead, iron, coal, petroleum, natural gas. 












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and any other ore, deposit, metal, or mineral 
whatsoever, whether belonging to the Company 
or not, and to render the same merchantable, 
and to buy, sell, and deal in the same or any 
product thereof: 

(c.) To engage in any branch of mining, 
smelting, milling, and refining minerals: 

(d.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise timber lands, leases, or 
claims, rig-hts to cut timber, surface rights and 
rights-of-way, water rights and privileges, 
patents, patent rights and concessions, and 
other real or personal property: 

(e.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise, and to construct, operate, 
maintain, or alter, trails, roads, ways, tram¬ 
ways, reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and other 
ways, watercourses, canals, aqueducts, pipe¬ 
lines, wells, tanks, bridges, wharves, piers, 
mills, pumping plants, factories, foundries, 
furnaces, coke-ovens, crushing-works ; smelting- 
works, concentrating-works, refining-works, 
hydraulic, electrical, and other works and ap¬ 
pliances, power devices and plants of every 
kind, laboratories, warehouses, boarding-houses, 
dwellings, buildings, machinery, plant, and 
other works and conveniences, and to buy, sell, 
manufacture, and deal in all kinds of goods, 
stores, provisions, implements, chattels, and 
effects: 

(/.) To build, purchase, lease, hire, charter, 
navigate, use, and operate cars, wagons, and 
other vehicles, boats, ships, and other vessels: 

(ff.) To sell or otherwise dispose of ore, 
metal, oil, gas, or mineral product, and to take 
contracts for mining-work of all kinds, and to 
accept as the consideration shares, stock, de¬ 
bentures, or other securities of any limited 
company, wheresoever incorporated and carry¬ 
ing on any business, directly or indirectly, con¬ 
ducive to the objects of a specialty limited 
company, if such shares (except the shares of a 
company having non-personal liability), stock, 
debentures, or other securities are fully paid 
up, and to sell or otherwise dispose thereof. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2162-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20412. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Somerville 
Holdings, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 27th day of 
March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 305 
Pemberton Block, 625 Fort Street, Victoria, 
B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To purchase or otherwise acquire from 
the present owner thereof the real property 
situate upon Oak Bay Avenue, in the City of 
Victoria, in the Province of British Columbia, 
and commonly known as and being the “ Oak 
Bay Theatre Building”: 

(b.) To carry on anywhere within or with¬ 
out Canada in any and all its branches the 
business of building proprietors, of construct¬ 
ing, furnishing, repairing, altering, recon¬ 
structing, and (or) otherwise dealing with 
every kind and description of buildings 
(whether pre-fabricated or otherwise) of 
whatsoever materials constructed, the business 
of timber merchants, mill-owners, loggers, 
lumbermen, and lumber merchants, manufac¬ 
turers of lumber and all manner of lumber 
products, general contractors and builders, and 
the business of general merchants, restaurant 
proprietors, theatre proprietors, and (or) 
operators and owners or managers of all man¬ 
ner of places of amusement and (or) enter¬ 
tainment : 


(c.) To lend or advance money, and to ex¬ 
tend credit to and (or) subject to the “ Insur¬ 
ance Act,” to guarantee the obligations of any 
company, person, or other legal entity or asso¬ 
ciation,'with or without security, and upon 
such terms as the Company may think fit, and 
in particular (and without limitation by reason 
of the foregoing) on the security of lands, 
buildings, and (or) any and every kind and 
description of property whatsoever: 

(cl.) Subject to the “ Insurance Act,” to 
guarantee or become liable for the payment 
of money or for the performance of any obli¬ 
gations, and generally to transact all kinds of 
guarantee and (or) agency business. 

Provided that the objects specified in any 
paragraph hereof shall, except where other¬ 
wise expressed, be in nowise limited or re¬ 
stricted by reference to or inference from the 
terms of any other paragraph or the name of 
the Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2163- ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20423. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Maple Ridge 
Logging Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 28th day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into five hun¬ 
dred shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 2 Ewen 
Avenue, New Westminster, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To carry on the business of logging 
and of manufacturer and dealer in logs, ties, 
poles, lumber, and other products or by¬ 
products thereof. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2164- ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20321. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ C. C. Dan 
Co. (1946), Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 7th day of 
March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty thousand dollars, divided into four 
hundred shares of fifty dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 227 
Keefer Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To carry on business as general 
produce merchants, wholesale and retail, im¬ 
porters and exporters. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2163-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20416. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Gifford’s 
Jewellery, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 27th day of 
March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into two 
hundred and fifty shares of one hundred dol¬ 
lars each. 

The address of its registered office is 515 
Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To acquire and take over as a going 
concern the business now carried on at 515 
Columbia Street, in the City of New Westmin¬ 
ster, in the Province of British Columbia, 
under the style or firm of “ Gifford the Jewel¬ 
ler,” and all or any of the assets and liabilities 
of the proprietors of that business in connec¬ 
tion therewith, and with a view thereto to 
adopt the agreement referred to in clause 2 of 
the Company’s articles of association, and to 
carry the same into effect, with or without 
modification: 














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(b.) To carry on business as jewellers, gold¬ 
smiths, silversmiths, gem merchants, watch 
and clock makers, electroplaters, engravers, 
dressing-bag makers, importers and exporters 
of bullion, and to buy, sell, and deal in (whole¬ 
sale and retail) precious stones, jewellery, 
watches, clocks, gold and silver plate, electro¬ 
plate, cutlery, china, glassware, dressing-bags, 
bronzes, articles of vertu, objects of art, and 
such other articles and goods as the Company 
may consider capable of being conveniently 
dealt in in relation to its businesses, and to 
manufacture and to establish factories for 
manufacturing goods for the above businesses. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2164-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20421. 

OTICE is hereby given that Household 
Appliances, Limited, was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 28th day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 400 
West Broadway, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To carry on the business of mer¬ 
chant and storekeeper in all the branches 
thereof, and in particular and without dero¬ 
gating from the generality of the foregoing 
to buy, sell and deal in house furnishings and 
appliances, fixtures, furniture, clothing, dry- 
goods, boots, shoes, hardware, groceries, farm 
produce, and general merchandise. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2162-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20405. 

OTICE is hereby given that “Johnstone 
Palmer Motors, Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 25th day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one hundred 
shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 125 
Yale Road East, Chilliwack, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To purchase or otherwise acquire and 
take over from H. H. Johnstone and R. J. 
Palmer their partnership business presently 
being carried on under the firm-name of “ H. H. 
Johnstone Motors,” as dealers in and repairers 
of automobiles and trucks, and any and all of 
the stock-in-trade thereof and equipment there¬ 
for, and office furniture used in connection 
therewith, and to pay for the same in shares: 

( b.) To carry on the businesses of distrib¬ 
uting, dealing in, assembling, equipping, re¬ 
pairing, constructing, reconstructing, renovat¬ 
ing, servicing, testing, and warehousing auto¬ 
mobiles, trucks, motor-cycles, tractors, buses, 
motor-boats, flying-machines, and motor- 
vehicles, and motor-driven machines of all 
kinds, both new and used, and all equipment, 
parts, and accessories therefor, and any and 
all things capable of being used in or in con¬ 
nection with the construction, maintenance, or 
working thereof: 

(c.) To carry on the business of buying, 
selling, distributing, and dealing in gasoline, 
oil, grease, and petroleum products, and motor- 
fuel of all kinds, and operating service-sta¬ 
tions and garages, and keeping vehicles and 
equipment of all kinds for hire: 

{cl.) To manufacture, buy, sell, and deal in 
tires, tubes, and tire supplies, appliances, and 
materials of all kinds, and to retread, repair, 
and recondition tires and tubes: 


(e.) To manufacture, buy, sell, lease, or 
otherwise acquire, deal in, use, dispose of, let 
out to hire storage and other batteries, and 
mechanical and electrical equipment and appli¬ 
ances, and apparatus, devices, machines, and 
parts which may be used in connection with 
the manufacture, repair, and reconstruction, 
maintenance, and operation of motor-vehicles: 

(/.) To rent, lease, charter, and operate for 
hire or otherwise all types of automobiles, 
motor-trucks, motor-lorries, motor-buses, mo¬ 
tor-cycles, aeroplanes, motor-vessels, and other 
motor-vehicles, and bicycles: 

( g .) To carry on the business of a mechani¬ 
cal repair shop, and to build, rebuild, and 
repair all manner and sorts of mechanical 
contrivances, and, without limiting the gen¬ 
erality of the foregoing, to build, rebuild, and 
repair automobiles, radios, refrigerators, oil- 
burners, bicycles, electrical equipment, motors, 
and any and all vehicles or motor-driven ap¬ 
paratus, including boats, trailers, and all 
accessories thereto: 

(h.) To let out motor cars or vehicles of 
any kind on hire, to be operated and driven 
by the hirer under the method usually known 
as “ Drive Yourself ”: 

(i.) To carry on the business of a finance 
company, to buy, sell, deal in, receive, take, 
or negotiate any form of security, and to make 
advance thereon to any person or corporation 
whatsoever: 

( j .) To act as agent for manufacturers, 
importers, exporters, sellers, or buyers of, or 
dealers in, any vehicle, article, commodity, or 
service which the Company is authorized to 
manufacture, deal in, handle, or furnish, and 
to establish, maintain, and conduct a general 
agency, jobbing, and commission business to 
be carried on by wholesale or retail. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2163-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20406. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Bonanza 
Basin Gold Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal 
Liability),” was incorporated under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” as a Specially Limited Company 
on the 25th day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, divided 
into three hundred thousand shares of fifty 
cents each. 

The address of its registered office is 800 
Hall Building, 789 Pender Street West, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects of the Company are restricted to 
the following, namely:— 

(a.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, dis¬ 
covery, location, or otherwise, and to hold, 
mines, mineral claims, mining lands, prospects, 
licences, and mining rights of every descrip¬ 
tion, and to work, develop, operate, turn to 
account, sell, or otherwise dispose thereof: 

( b .) To dig, drill, or bore for, raise, crush, 
wash, smelt, reduce, refine, amalgamate, assay, 
analyse, and otherwise treat gold, silver, cop¬ 
per, lead, iron, coal, petroleum, natural gas, 
and any other ore, deposit, metal, or mineral 
whatsoever, whether belonging to the Company 
or not, and to render the same merchantable, 
and to buy, sell, and deal in the same or any 
product thereof: 

(c.) To engage in any branch of mining, 
smelting, milling, and refining minerals: 

( d .) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise timber lands, leases, or 
claims, rights to cut timber, surface rights and 
rights-of-way, water rights and privileges, 
patents, patent rights and concessions, and 
other real or personal property: 

( e .) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise, and to construct, operate, 
maintain, or alter, trails, roads, ways, tram¬ 
ways, reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and other 
ways, watercourses, canals, aqueducts, pipe- 













1076 


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[April 18th, 1946. 


lines, wells, tanks, bridges, wharves, piers, 
mills, pumping plants, factories, foundries, 
furnaces, coke-ovens, crushing-works, smelting- 
works, concentrating-works, refining-works, 
hydraulic, electrical, and other works and ap¬ 
pliances, power devices and plants of every 
kind, laboratories, warehouses, boarding-houses, 
dwellings, buildings, machinery, plant, and 
other works and conveniences, and to buy, sell, 
manufacture, and deal in all kinds of goods, 
stores, provisions, implements, chattels, and 
effects: 

(/.) To build, purchase, lease, hire, charter, 
navigate, use, and operate cars, wagons, and 
other vehicles, boats, ships, and other vessels: 

( g .) To sell or otherwise dispose of ore, 
metal, oil, gas, or mineral product, and to take 
contracts for mining-work of all kinds, and to 
accept as the consideration shares, stock, de¬ 
bentures, or other securities of any limited 
company, wheresoever incorporated and carry¬ 
ing on any business, directly or indirectly, con¬ 
ducive to the objects of a specially limited 
company, if such shares (except the shares of a 
company having non-personal liability), stock, 
debentures, or other securities are fully paid 
up, and to sell or otherwise dispose thereof. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2173-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20414. 

OTICE is hereby given that “Jet Moti¬ 
vated Toys, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 27th day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into two 
hundred and fifty shares of one hundred dol¬ 
lars each. 

The address of its registered office is 417 
Metropolitan Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To enter into the business of manufac¬ 
turing toys, and in particular that of manu¬ 
facturing jet motivated toys, and to develop 
and apply the principle involved in jet moti¬ 
vated articles in the construction of boats or 
vehicles of all classes: 

(b.) To carry on a machine and foundry 
business, to construct and manufacture the 
toys, equipment, and other articles and ma¬ 
chines in which the Company is interested, and 
to repair machines and machinery of all kinds, 
and to do foundry work, including casting, 
fabricating, and any and all other things 
necessary for the carrying-on of a machine 
and foundry business. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2163-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20435. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Canyon 
Cariboo Gold Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal 
Liability),” was incorporated under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” as a Specially Limited Company 
on the 30th day of March, 1946. 

The Company is authorized to issue three 
million shares without nominal or par value. 

The address of its registered office is 520 
Stock Exchange Building, 475 Howe Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects of the Company are restricted to 
the following, namely:— 

(a.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, dis¬ 
covery, location, or otherwise, and to hold, 
mines, mineral claims, mining lands, prospects, 
licences, and mining rights of every descrip¬ 
tion, and to work, develop, operate, turn to 
account, sell, or otherwise dispose thereof: 

(l>.) To dig, drill, or bore for, raise, crush, 
wash, smelt, reduce, refine, amalgamate, assay, 
analyse, and otherwise treat gold, silver, cop¬ 
per, lead, iron, coal, petroleum, natural gas, 


and any other ore, deposit, metal, or mineral 
whatsoever, whether belonging to the Company 
or not, and to render the same merchantable, 
and to buy, sell, and deal in the same or any 
product thereof: 

(c.) To engage in any branch of mining, 
smelting, milling, and l’efining minerals: 

(d.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise timber lands, leases, or 
claims, rights to cut timber, surface rights and 
rights-of-way, water rights and privileges, 
patents, patent rights and concessions, and 
other real or personal property: 

(e.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise, and to construct, operate, 
maintain, or alter, trails, roads, ways, tram¬ 
ways, reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and other 
ways, watercourses, canals, aqueducts, pipe¬ 
lines, wells, tanks, bridges, wharves, piers, 
mills, pumping plants, factories, foundries, 
furnaces, coke-ovens, crushing-works, smelting- 
works, concentrating-works, refining-works, 
hydraulic, electrical, and other works and ap¬ 
pliances, power devices and plants of every 
kind, laboratories, warehouses, boarding-houses, 
dwellings, buildings, machinery, plant, and 
other works and conveniences, and to buy, sell, 
manufacture, and deal in all kinds of goods, 
stores, provisions, implements, chattels, and 
effects: 

(/.) To build, purchase, lease, hire, charter, 
navigate, use, and operate cars, wagons, and 
other vehicles, boats, ships, and other vessels: 

(g.) To sell or otherwise dispose of ore, 
metal, oil, gas, or mineral product, and to take 
contracts for mining-work of all kinds, and to 
accept as the consideration shares, stock, de¬ 
bentures, or other securities of any limited 
company, wheresoever incorporated and carry¬ 
ing on any business, directly or indirectly, con¬ 
ducive to the objects of a specially limited 
company, if such shares (except the shares of a 
company having non-personal liability), stock, 
debentures, or other securities are fully paid 
up, and to sell or otherwise dispose thereof. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2173-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 

“ Co-operative Associations Act.” 

Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 572. 

HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Interior Con¬ 
sumers’ Co-operative Association ” has this 
day been incorporated as an Association under 
the “ Co-operative Associations Act ” and that 
the denomination of its shares is ten dollars 
each. 

The registered office of the Association will 
be situate at Oliver, Province of British Co¬ 
lumbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
twenty-seventh day of March, one thousand 
nine hundred and forty-six. 

[l.s.] S. W. TAYLOR, 

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Association are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of distribut¬ 
ing goods and services in all branches, whether 
wholesale or retail; to buy, sell, manufacture, 
and deal in goods, stores, articles for consump¬ 
tion, for personal use or adornment, or other¬ 
wise, and chattels and effects of all kinds; to 
transact business for other persons or corpora¬ 
tions as agents; and to provide services of all 
kinds for the convenience and advantage of 
the members of the Association or its patrons: 

(b.) To make arrangements with persons 
engaged in trade, business, or profession, and 
others, for the concession to the Association’s 










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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1077 


members, ticket-holders, and others of any 
special rights, privileges, and advantages, and 
in particular in regard to the supply of goods 
and for services: 

(c.) To own and operate hotels, rooming- 
houses, restaurants, lunch-counters, libraries, 
gas-stations, garages, repair-shops, and ma¬ 
chine-shops : 

(d.) To buy, sell, rent, lease, mortgage, or 
otherwise acquire and dispose of any lands, 
building, machinery, and merchandise of every 
description; to erect, pull down, alter, or other¬ 
wise deal with any building thereon: 

(e.) To market goods or services of all sorts 
and kinds produced or rendered by members of 
the Association or otherwise. 2162-ap4 


(c.) To acquire, and hold, sell, or otherwise 
dispose of patents, licences, patent rights of 
all kinds: 

(d.) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turers’ agents or representatives, and to act 
in the capacity of agents for the manufacture 
of goods for any of the purposes hereinbefore 
enumerated as part of the objects: 

(e.) To acquire by purchase, lease, ex¬ 
change, grant, concession or otherwise lands 
or lands and buildings of all or any kind what¬ 
soever, and to sell or otherwise deal with the 
same. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2164-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Societies Act.” 

Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3035. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ The Burnaby 
-L Lake Men’s Community Service Club ” 
has this day been incorporated as a Society 
under the “ Societies Act.” 

The locality in which the operations of the 
Society will be chiefly carried on is Burnaby 
Lake District, Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand nine 
hundred and forty-six. 

[L.S.] S. W. TAYLOR, 

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are:— 

(a.) To cultivate a desire in its members 
to be of the greatest service in their com¬ 
munity : 

(6.) To elevate and reinforce the standards 
of good citizenship, and to co-operate with 
recognized authority in their maintenance and 
protection: 

(c.) To foster friendship and broaden 
human sympathy, and express them in terms 
of social helpfulness: 

(d.) To provide for the wholesome recrea¬ 
tion, education, civic and other leisure-time 
activities of the community: 

(e.) To organize and conduct an annual 
fair in the community: 

(/.) To co-operate with other organizations 
in the community in furthering the interests 
of the community. 2174-ap4 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20422. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Campbell 
(Streamliner) Propellers, Ltd.,” was in¬ 
corporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 28th day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into two 
hundred and fifty shares of one hundred dol¬ 
lars each. 

The address of its registered office is 920 
Stock Exchange Building, 475 Howe Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 


(a.) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turing, selling, adjusting, improving, instal¬ 
ling, and repairing of ships’ propellers of all 
kinds, and all materials and fittings necessary 
therefor: 


( b .) To manufacture, buy, sell, and other 
wise acquire, equip, set up, repair, deal in an 
deal with engines, boilers, power plant equip 
ment, hydraulic equipment, electrical, mining 
shipping, marine, and industrial equipment 
tools, implements, boats, and water-craft o 
all kinds or nature: 




“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20413. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Beacon 
Theatres, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” oh the 27th day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is Room 
902, Royal Trust Building, 626 Pender Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of proprietors 
or managers of theatres, amusement palaces 
and halls, kinematographic and moving-picture 
shows and exhibitions, and to provide for the 
production, representation, and performance 
of operas, stage plays, operettas, vaudevilles, 
ballets, spectacular pieces, concerts, and other 
musical and dramatic performances and enter¬ 
tainments of every kind and nature, and to 
provide for the holding of meetings, private 
or public, political or municipal, or otherwise: 

( b .) To carry on the business of theatre 
agents, promoters, and musical directors, and 
any other business which may seem calculated 
to enhance any of the Company’s powers and 
rights: 

(c.) To erect, construct, and acquire by 
purchase, lease, or otherwise, all and any 
theatres, moving-picture theatres, and the 
equipment thereof, and all other places of as¬ 
sembly or amusement convenient for the pur¬ 
poses of the Company, and to manage, main¬ 
tain, and carry on the same: 

(d.) To enter into agreements with film 
exchanges, film-producing companies, and other 
persons, firms, or corporations for the rights 
of moving-picture films for exhibition in any 
theatre: 

( e .) To purchase or otherwise acquire and 
obtain exclusive and other interests in copy¬ 
rights and rights of representation, and any 
other rights of or in plays, music, songs, kine- 
matograph and other films, words, operas, 
comedies, burlesques, and compositions: 

(/.) To enter into contracts with authors, 
artists, or other persons for the dramatic or 
other rights of operas, plays, moving-picture 
films, spectacular pieces, and other dramatic 
or musical performances and entertainments, 
and for the production and representation 
thereof: 

(g.) To manufacture, buy, produce, lease, 
or otherwise acquire, and to own, exhibit, 
show, sell, lease, or otherwise dispose of, and 
generally to trade and deal in, distribute, and 
exchange theatre furniture and equipment, 
motion pictures (sound and silent), phono¬ 
graphs, records, photographs, and photo¬ 
graphic reproductions, illustrations, sound 
equipment and machinery, cameras, projectors, 
films, slides, and plates, curtains, stage equip¬ 
ment and scenery, and all necessary equipment 
and machinery for the making, producing, and 
exhibiting of motion pictures, scripts, scenarios, 
stories, acts, plays, operas, vaudevilles, shows, 











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[April 18th, 1946. 


models, and ideas for use in connection with 
motion pictures, and to carry on a general 
advertising business, whether by motion pic¬ 
tures or otherwise: 

(h.) To acquire by purchase, lease, or other¬ 
wise, and to have, hold, let, lease, improve, 
bring to account, sell, agree to sell, transfer, 
and assign lands, buildings, and improvements 
owned by the Company or in which the Com¬ 
pany has an interest: 

( i .) To sell or dispose of the property or 
undertakings of the Company or any part 
thereof for such consideration as the Com¬ 
pany may think fit: 

O'.) To carry on the business of a general 
moving-pictures and film exchange: 

(k.) To carry on business as merchants, 
storekeepers, manufacturers, importers, ex¬ 
porters, brokers, caterers, owners and opera¬ 
tors of restaurants, cafes, and refreshment- 
booths, dramatic and musical publishers and 
printers, purveyors of tobacco and confec¬ 
tionery, dealers and jobbers, both wholesale 
and retail, and to purchase, sell, and deal in 
goods, supplies, equipment, and merchandise 
of every kind and nature: 

( l .) To apply for, purchase, or otherwise 
acquire, and to use, sell, lease, or otherwise 
deal with copyrights, and to use, exercise, 
develop, or grant licences in respect of or 
turn to account copyrights so acquired: 

(m.) To carry on any other business which 
may seem to the Company capable of being 
conveniently carried on in connection with 
the above or calculated, directly or indirectly, 
to render profitable or enhance the value of 
the Company’s rights of property for the time 
being: 

( n .) It is hereby declared that the intention 
is that the objects specified in each of the 
paragraphs of this clause may be used as indi¬ 
vidual objects, and shall in nowise be restricted 
to or subject to any interference from any 
other paragraphs. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2163-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20249. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ McGuire 
Logging Company, Limited,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 29th 
day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into 
twenty-five thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 1011-14 
Rogers Building, 470 Granville Street, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on business as timber mer¬ 
chants, sawmill proprietors, and timber- 
growers, and to buy, sell, lease, prepare for 
market, manipulate, import, export, and deal 
in timber and wood of all kinds, and to manu¬ 
facture and deal in articles of all kinds in the 
manufacture of which timber or wood is used, 
and to acquire by purchase, lease, licence, or 
otherwise timber, timber licences, and rights to 
cut or log timber, and to acquire by purchase, 
lease, or otherwise lumber-mills, and to let and 
lease any mill or mills of the Company, and 
to carry on business as ship-owners, char¬ 
terers, and carriers by land and sea: 

(b.) To carry on business as wood-fuel and 
sawdust merchants, and for that purpose to 
buy fuel-wood and sawdust of all kinds: 

(c.) To construct, maintain, and alter any 
buildings or works necessary or convenient for 
the purposes of the Company: 

((l.) To invest and deal with the moneys of 
the Company not immediately required in such 
manner as may from time to time be deter¬ 
mined : 

(e.) To secure by purchase, licence, or other¬ 
wise howsoever water and water-power, and to 
turn to account the same: 


(/.) To lend money to such persons or com¬ 
panies (subject to section 147 of the said Act) 
and on such terms and for such purposes as 
may seem expedient, and in particular to 
customers and others having dealings with the 
Company, and to guarantee the performance 
of contracts by such persons or companies: 

(g.) To obtain provisional orders or Acts of 
Parliament for enabling the Company to carry 
any of its objects into effect and for effecting 
modification of the Company’s constitution or 
for any other purpose which may seem expedi¬ 
ent, and to oppose any proceedings or applica¬ 
tions which may seem calculated, directly or 
indirectly, to prejudice the Company’s interests: 

( h .) To create and issue debenture stock, 
and to issue debentures to the directors or any 
of them to secure moneys owing by the Com¬ 
pany to the directors, and to secure past or 
future advances by the directors to the 
Company: 

(i.) To create and issue debenture stock, and 
to issue debentures to any person, firm, or com¬ 
pany or any of them to secure moneys owing 
by the Company, and to secure past or future 
advances made by any person, firm, or com¬ 
pany to the Company: 

( j .) To apply for, accept, hold, sell, and dis¬ 
pose of shares, stock, bonds, debentures, obliga¬ 
tions, or other securities of any company or 
companies, corporation or corporations, indi¬ 
vidual or individuals as it may deem fit: 

(k.) To dispose of any of the property of 
the Company to members in specie: 

( l .) To amalgamate with any other company 
having objects altogether or in part similar to 
those of this Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2175-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20428. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Barak Lum¬ 
ber Mills, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 28th day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into 
twenty-five thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 1011-14 
Rogers Building, 470 Granville Street, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To cai’ry on business as timber mer¬ 
chants, sawmill proprietors, and timber- 
growers, and to buy, sell, lease, prepare for 
market, manipulate, import, export, and deal 
in timber and wood of all kinds, and to manu¬ 
facture and deal in articles of all kinds in the 
manufacture of which timber or wood is used, 
and to acquire by purchase, lease, licence, or 
otherwise timber, timber licences, and rights to 
cut or log timber, and to acquire by purchase, 
lease, or otherwise lumber-mills, and to let and 
lease any mill or mills of the Company, and to 
carry on business as ship-owners, charterers, 
and carriers by land and sea: 

( b .) To carry on business as wood-fuel and 
sawdust merchants, and for that purpose to 
buy fuel-wood and sawdust of all kinds: 

(c.) To construct, maintain, and alter any 
buildings or works necessary or convenient for 
the purposes of the Company: 

(d.) To invest and deal with the moneys of 
the Company not immediately required in such 
manner as may from time to time be deter¬ 
mined : 

(e.) To secure by purchase, licence, or other¬ 
wise howsoever water and water-power, and to 
turn to account the same: 

(f.) To lend money to such persons or com¬ 
panies (subject to section 147 of the said Act) 
and on such terms and for such purposes as 
may seem expedient, and in particular to 
customers and others having dealings with the 
Company, and to guarantee the performance 
of contracts by such persons or companies: 








April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1079 


( g.) To obtain provisional orders or Acts of 
Parliament for enabling the Company to carry 
any of its objects into effect and for effecting 
modification of the Company’s constitution or 
for any other purpose which may seem expedi¬ 
ent, and to oppose any proceedings or applica¬ 
tions which may seem calculated, directly or 
indirectly, to prejudice the Company’s interests: 

(h.) To create and issue debenture stock, 
and to issue debentures to the directors or any 
of them to secure past or future advances by 
the directors to the Company: 

(i.) To create and’issue debenture stock, and 
to issue debentures to any person, firm, or com¬ 
pany or any of them to secure moneys owing 
by the Company, and to secure past or future 
advances made by any person, firm, or com¬ 
pany to the Company: 

( j .) To apply for, accept, hold, sell, and dis¬ 
pose of shares, stock, bonds, debentures, obliga¬ 
tions, or other securities of any company or 
companies, corporation or corporations, indi¬ 
vidual or individuals as it may deem fit: 

(k.) To dispose of any of the property of 
the Company to members in specie: 

(Z.) To amalgamate with any other company 
having objects altogether or in part similar to 
those of this Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2175-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20303. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Southern 
Okanagan Machinery, Limited,” was in¬ 
corporated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 
4th day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifteen thousand dollars, divided into one hun¬ 
dred and fifty preference shares of one hun¬ 
dred dollars each. 

The Company is also authorized to issue one 
thousand shares without nominal or par value. 

The address of its registered office is at the 
Company’s premises, Oliver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To acquire and take over as a going 
concern the business of the Southern Okanagan 
Machinery, now carried on at Oliver, in the 
Province of British Columbia: 

(6.) To carry on the business of a general 
machine and repair shop; to manufacture, 
repair, install, and maintain engines, imple¬ 
ments, machinery, concrete products, and elec¬ 
trical equipment of all kinds; to deal and to 
act as agents for the manufacturers of goods 
in any of the above-mentioned classifications. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2163-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20439. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Slocan 
Charleston Mining Company, Limited 
(Non-Personal Liability),” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” as a Specially 
Limited Company on the 1st day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
one million dollars, divided into one million 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is at the 
office of O’Shea, Garland & Gansner, Houston 
Block, 609 Baker Street, Nelson, B.C. 

The objects of the Company are restricted to 
the following, namely:— 

(a.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, dis¬ 
covery, location, or otherwise, and to hold, 
mines, mineral claims, mining lands, prospects, 
licences, and mining rights of every descrip¬ 
tion, and to work, develop, operate, turn to 
account, sell, or otherwise dispose thereof: 


(b.) To dig, drill, or bore for, raise, crush, 
wash, smelt, reduce, refine, amalgamate, assay, 
analyse, and otherwise treat gold, silver, cop¬ 
per, lead, iron, coal, petroleum, natural gas, 
and any other ore, deposit, metal, or mineral 
whatsoever, whether belonging to the Company 
or not, and to render the same merchantable, 
and to buy, sell, and deal in the same or any 
product thereof: 

(e.) To engage in any branch of mining, 
smelting, milling, and refining minerals: 

(d.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise timber lands, leases, or 
claims, rights to cut timber, surface rights and 
rights-of-way, water rights and privileges, 
patents, patent rights and concessions, and 
other real or personal property: 

(e.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise, and to construct, operate, 
maintain, or alter, trails, roads, ways, tram¬ 
ways, reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and other 
ways, watercourses, canals, aqueducts, pipe¬ 
lines, wells, tanks, bridges, wharves, piers, 
mills, pumping plants, factories, foundries, 
furnaces, coke-ovens, crushing-works, smelting- 
works, concentrating-works, refining-works, 
hydraulic, electrical, and other works and ap¬ 
pliances, power devices and plants of every 
kind, laboratories, warehouses, boarding-houses, 
dwellings, buildings, machinery, plant, and 
other works and conveniences, and to buy, sell, 
manufacture, and deal in all kinds of goods, 
stores, provisions, implements, chattels, and 
effects: 

(/.) To build, purchase, lease, hire, charter, 
navigate, use, and operate cars, wagons, and 
other vehicles, boats, ships, and other vessels: 

(g.) To sell or otherwise dispose of ore, 
metal, oil, gas, or mineral product, and to take 
contracts for mining-work of all kinds, and to 
accept as the consideration shares, stock, de¬ 
bentures, or other securities of any limited 
company, wheresoever incorporated and carry¬ 
ing on any business, directly or indirectly, con¬ 
ducive to the objects of a specially limited 
company, if such shares (except the shares of a 
company having non-personal liability), stock, 
debentures, or other securities are fully paid 
up, and to sell or otherwise dispose thereof. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2186-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20431. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Mount Pleas¬ 
ant Sash and Door Co., Limited,” was 
incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 29th day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
one hundred thousand dollars, divided into one 
thousand shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 845 
Beach Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on business as timber mer¬ 
chants, sawmill proprietors, and timber- 
growers, and to buy, sell, lease, prepare for 
market, manipulate, import, export, and deal 
in timber and wood of all kinds, and to manu¬ 
facture and deal in articles of all kinds in the 
manufacture of which timber or wood is used, 
and to acquire by purchase, lease, licence, or 
otherwise timber, timber licences, and rights to 
cut or log timber, and to acquii'e by purchase, 
lease, or otherwise lumber-mills, and to let and 
lease any mill or mills of the Company, and 
to carry on business as ship-owners, charterers, 
and carriers by land and sea: 

( b .) To carry on business as wood-fuel and 
sawdust merchants, and for that purpose to 
buy fuel-wood and sawdust of all kinds: 

(c.) To construct, maintain, and alter any 
buildings or works necessary or convenient for 
the purposes of the Company: 











1080 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


( d .) To invest and deal with the moneys of 
the Company not immediately required in such 
manner as may from time to time be deter¬ 
mined: 

(e.) To secure by purchase, licence, or other¬ 
wise howsoever water and water-power, and to 
turn to account the same: 

(/.) To lend money to such persons or com¬ 
panies (subject to section 147 of the said Act) 
and on such terms and for such purposes as 
may seem expedient, and in particular to 
customers and others having dealings with the 
Company, and to guarantee the performance 
of contracts by such persons or companies: 

(g.) To obtain provisional orders or Acts of 
Parliament for enabling the Company to carry 
any of its objects into effect and for effecting 
modification of the Company’s constitution or 
for any other purpose which may seem expedi¬ 
ent, and to oppose any proceedings or applica¬ 
tions which may seem calculated, directly or 
indirectly, to prejudice the Company’s interests: 

(h.) To create and issue debenture stock, 
and to issue debentures to the directors or any 
of them to secure moneys owing by the Com¬ 
pany to the directors, and to secure past or 
future advances by the directors to the 
Company: 

(i.) To create and issue debenture stock, and 
to issue debentures to any person, firm, or com¬ 
pany or any of them to secure moneys owing 
by the Company, and to secure past or future 
advances made by any person, firm, or com¬ 
pany to the Company: 

O’.) To apply for, accept, hold, sell, and dis¬ 
pose of shares, stock, bonds, debentures, obliga¬ 
tions, or other securities of any company or 
companies, corporation or corporations, indi¬ 
vidual or individuals as it may deem fit: 

(k.) To dispose of any of the property of 
the Company to members in specie: 

(l.) To amalgamate with any other company 
having objects altogether or in part similar to 
those of this Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2173-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20437. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Creston Gold 
Mines, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 30th day of 
March, 1946. 

The Company is authorized to issue three 
million shares without nominal or par value. 

The address of its registered office is 1408, 
675 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To acquire and develop mining proper¬ 
ties in British Columbia or elsewhere: 

( b .) For investment to invest the capital of 
the Company, accretions to capital, and the 
income of the Company, or such part thereof 
as the directors of the Company may deter¬ 
mine, in real and personal property, mort¬ 
gages, bonds, debentures, stocks, shares, and 
other securities, preferably other mining com¬ 
panies, and from time to time to change said 
investments by sale, exchange, or otherwise, 
and to invest the proceeds of any such sale or 
sales in other investments of a like nature: 

(e.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, dis¬ 
covery, location, or otherwise, and to hold, 
mines, mineral claims, mineral leases, mining 
lands, prospects, licences, and mining rights 
of every description, and to work, develop, 
operate, turn to account, sell, or otherwise dis¬ 
pose thereof: 

( d .) To dig, drill, or bore for, raise, crush, 
wash, smelt, reduce, refine, amalgamate, assay, 
analyse, and otherwise treat gold, silver, cop¬ 
per, lead, iron, coal, petroleum, natural gas, 
and any other ore, deposit, metal, or mineral 
whatsoever, whether belonging to the Com¬ 


pany or not, and to render the same merchant¬ 
able, and to buy, sell, and deal in the same 
or any products thereof: 

(e.} To engage in any branch of mining, 
smelting, milling, and refining minerals: 

(/.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise timber lands, leases, or 
claims, rights to cut timber, surface rights and 
rights-of-way, water rights and privileges, 
patents, patent rights and concessions, and 
other real or personal property: 

(y.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise, and to construct, operate, 
maintain, or alter, trails, roads, ways, tram- 
ways, reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and other 
ways, watercourses, canals, aqueducts, pipe¬ 
lines, wells, tanks, bridges, wharves, piers, 
mills, pumping plants, factories, foundries, 
furnaces, coke-ovens, crushing-works, smelt¬ 
ing-works, concentrating-works, refining-works, 
hydraulic, electrical, and other works and ap¬ 
pliances, power devices and plants of every 
kind, laboratories, warehouses, boarding¬ 
houses, dwellings, buildings, machinery, plant, 
and other works and conveniences, and to buy, 
sell, manufacture, and deal in all kinds of 
goods, stores, provisions, implements, chattels, 
and effects: 

( h .) To build, purchase, lease, hire, charter, 
navigate, use, and operate cars, wagons, and 
other vehicles, boats, ships, and other vessels: 

(i.) To carry on the business of timber 
merchants, sawmill, planing-mill, pulp-mill, 
and paper-mill owners, loggers, lumbermen, 
and lumber merchants in any or all of their 
branches. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2176-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20430. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ M-P Prod¬ 
ucts, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 29th day of March, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the -Company is 
seventy-five thousand dollars, divided into 
seven hundred and fifty shares of one hundred 
dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 845 
Beach Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on business as timber mer¬ 
chants, sawmill proprietors, and timber- 
growers, and to buy, sell, lease, prepare for 
market, manipulate, import, export, and deal 
in timber and wood of all kinds, and to manu¬ 
facture and deal in articles of all kinds in the 
manufacture of which timber or wood is used, 
and to acquire by purchase, lease, licence, ox- 
otherwise timber, timber licences, and rights to 
cut or log timber, and to acquii-e by purchase, 
lease, or otherwise lumber mills, and to let and 
lease any mill or mills of the Company, and 
to carry on business as ship-owners, char- 
terei-s, and carriers by land and sea: 

(b.) To carx-y on business as agents or 
bi-okers of manufacturers in the selling, dis¬ 
posing of, and dealing with articles of all kinds 
in the manufacture of which timber or wood 
is used: 

(c.) To act as sales agents for Mount Pleas¬ 
ant Sash and Door Co., Limited, and to enter 
into such arrangements with that company for 
the disposal of such company’s px-oducts as the 
Company may deem expedient: 

(d.) To invest and deal with the moneys of 
the Company not immediately l-equired in such 
manner as may from time to time be detex - - 
mined: 

( e.) To dispose of any of the property of the 
Company to members of the Company in specie. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2175-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 








April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1081 


CERTIFICATES OF 
INCORPORATION. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20415. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Treen Glove 
Company, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 27th day of 
March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty thousand dollars, divided into two 
hundred shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 220 
Broadway West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turers and sellers of gloves, mitts, work cloth¬ 
ing, and leather specialties of all kinds: 

(b.) To carry on the business of wholesalers, 
retailers, and jobbers in the distribution and 
sale of gloves, mitts, work clothing, and leather 
goods of all kinds: 

(c.) To purchase, lease, or otherwise ac¬ 
quire the whole or any part of the business, 
property, franchises, good-will, rights and 
privileges held or enjoyed by any person, firm, 
or by any corporation carrying on any busi¬ 
ness which a company is authorized to carry 
on, and to pay therefor, either wholly or 
partly in cash or wholly or partly in bonds, 
paid-up shares, or other securities of the Com¬ 
pany, or othei'wise, and to undertake the lia¬ 
bilities of any such person, firm, or corpora¬ 
tion. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2164-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20433. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Clements, 
Limited,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 30th day of March, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
seventy-five thousand dollars, divided into 
seven hundred and fifty shares of one hundred 
dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 257 
Victoria Street, Kamloops, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To acquire by purchase the properties 
situated in the City of Kamloops, in the Prov¬ 
ince of British Columbia, and described as, 
firstly, the East Half of Lot Six (6), Block 
twenty-one (21), Map One hundred and ninety- 
three (193) ; secondly, that part of the West 
Half of Lot Six (6), Block Twenty-one (21), 
Map One hundred and ninety-three (193), as 
shown coloured red on Plan B 3213; thirdly, 
Lot Seven (7), Block Twenty-one (21), Map 
One hundred and ninety-three (193) ; and, 
fourthly, Lots Twenty-nine (29) and Thirty 
(30), Map One thousand and sixty-one (1061), 
with the appurtenances thereto: 

(6.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise, and to hold, operate, 
develop, sell, lease, exchange, mortgage, or 
otherwise turn to account, all kinds of real or 
personal property, land, apartment blocks, 
office buildings, and houses or any estate or 
interest in any such properties: 

(c.) To carry on any business which may in 
the opinion of the directors of the Company 
be conveniently carried on by the Company or 
calculated, directly or indirectly, to enhance 
the value of or render profitable any of the 
Company’s property or rights: 

( d.) Subject to the provisions of the “ Phar¬ 
macy Act,” to carry on the business of a drug¬ 
store and retailer of drugs and medicines, and 
to buy and sell and generally deal in all other 
articles of every nature and kind which can 
be conveniently dealt in or bought and sold 
in connection with the business of a drug¬ 
store : 


(e.) To acquire and undertake the whole or 
any part of the business property and liabili¬ 
ties of any person or persons, company or 
corporation carrying on any business which 
the Company is authorized to carry on, or 
possessed of properties suitable for the pur¬ 
poses of the Company, and to pay for any such 
business property or asset which the Company 
may purchase or secure in cash or by shares or 
other securities of this Company. 

The objects set forth in any subclause of 
this clause shall not, except when the context 
expressly so requires, be in anywise limited or 
restricted by reference to or inference from 
the terms of any other subclause or by the 
name of the Company but may be carried out 
in as full and ample a manner and construed 
in as wide a sense as if each of the said para¬ 
graphs defined the objects of a separate, 
distinct, and independent company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2176-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20434. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Franklins, 
Limited,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 30th day of March, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
one hundred thousand dollars, divided into 
one hundred thousand shares of one dollar 
each. 

The address of its registered office is 253 
Water Street, Kelowna, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To acquire and take over the business 
at present carried on as a partnership under 
the name of “ Franklin’s,” in the City of Kel¬ 
owna, together with the stock of furniture 
and other goods, book debts, fixtures, fittings, 
and other assets and the liabilities of the said 
business for such consideration as the Com¬ 
pany may see fit, and in particular in whole 
or in part for shares in the Company: 

( b .) To carry on the business of dealers in 
new and used furniture, house furnishings, 
drapes, washing-machines, ranges, stoves, elec¬ 
trical appliances, china, glass, machinery, 
equipment, clothing, and general merchandise 
retail trade: 

(c.) To carry on the business of auctioneers, 
appraisers, valuators, cabinetmakers, mending, 
and repairing. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2176-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20436. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Bennett Cor¬ 
poration, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 30th day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
five hundred thousand dollars, divided into 
fifty thousand Class A redeemable preference 
shares of ten dollars each. 

The Company is also authorized to issue one 
million Class B common shares without nomi¬ 
nal or par value. 

The address of its registered office is Suite 
807, Standard Bank Building, 510 Hastings 
Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To undertake and carry on and execute 
all kinds of financial, commercial, trading, and 
other operations: 

(b.) To carry on business as brokers and 
agents: 

(c.) To take over, manage, and dispose of 
in any manner whatsoever any business or 
undertaking in which the Company may be 
interested or in the securities of which it may 
have invested its funds or with which it may 
have business relations: 















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[April 18th, 1946. 


(d.) To acquire real and personal property 
for purposes of receiving revenue only and not 
for speculation or trading, or where such ac¬ 
quisition is calculated, directly or indirectly, to 
enhance the value of or facilitate the realiza¬ 
tion of or render profitable any of the Com¬ 
pany’s property or rights: 

( e .) To act as agents and brokers for the 
investment, handling, loan, payment, trans¬ 
mission, and collection of money for any indi¬ 
vidual, corporation, firm, or Court of law, and 
to make, l’eceive, hold, transfer, and convey all 
property, real or personal, which may be 
granted, conveyed, or committed to this 
Company: 

(/.) To act as agents or attorneys for the 
transaction of any business, the management 
of estates, the sale of property, the investment 
and collection of moneys, rents, interest, divi¬ 
dends, mortgages, bonds, bills, notes, and other- 
securities : 

( g .) To erect, alter, improve, repair, main¬ 
tain, and manage buildings upon any lands in 
which the Company may have any interest, 
and generally to carry on the business of 
a real estate and improvement company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2176-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20442. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Moore & 
Scribner, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 1st day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is ten 
thousand dollars, divided into two hundred 
shares of fifty dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 390 
Powell Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of restaurant, 
cafe, tavern, refreshment-room, lunch-counter, 
coffee-shop, baker, confectioner, and tobacco¬ 
nist: 

(6.1 To import, export, produce, buy, sell, 
manufacture, and deal in all kinds of fresh, 
canned, preserved, pickled, and cured meats, 
fish, fowl, fruit, and vegetables, and generally 
to deal in goods, wares, and merchandise of all 
kinds and description which may be required 
by restaurants and other similar businesses: 

(c.) To construct, erect, and operate hotels, 
apartments, dwelling-houses, shops, and fac¬ 
tories. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2186-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20441. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Hotel Dun¬ 
can, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 1st day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
one hundred thousand dollars, divided into 
three hundred preference shares and seven 
hundred ordinary shares of one hundred dol¬ 
lars each. 

The address of its registered office is 1032 
Holmes Street, Duncan, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of hotel, 
apartment-house, boarding-house, and lodging- 
house keepers, restaurateurs, and proprietors 
of licensed hotel premises, beer-parlours, cafes, 
and restaurants: 

(6.) To purchase or otherwise acquire, take 
on lease, build, equip, maintain, and operate 
hotels, apartment-houses, boarding-houses, lodg¬ 
ing-houses, restaurants, and cafes; and to 
purchase or otherwise acquire furniture, goods, 
chattels, and effects necessary for the equip¬ 
ment and operation of hotels, apartment- 
houses, and such other premises: 


(c.) To carry on the business of licensed 
victuallers, vendors of wine, beer, and spirits, 
tobacco and cigar merchants, news-agents, 
hairdressers, x-ailroad and steamboat agents, 
purveyors, caterers for public amusement gen¬ 
erally, proprietors of grounds and places of 
amusement, recreation, sport, and entertain¬ 
ment of all kinds, automobile owners and 
hirers: 

(d.) To own, operate, and let stores and 
business premises of all kinds, and to engage 
in the business of general merchants and 
vendors of stock-in-trade of every kind and 
nature: 

( e .) To amalgamate with any other com¬ 
pany having powers wholly or in part similar 
to the powers of this Company: 

Provided that the objects specified in any 
paragraph hereof shall, except where other¬ 
wise expressed, be in nowise limited or re¬ 
stricted by reference to or inference from the 
terms of any other paragraph or the name of 
the Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2186-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20427. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Dutch Lake 
Guest Ranch, Ltd.,” was incorporated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 29th day of 
Mai'ch, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
thii'ty thousand dollars, divided into one hun¬ 
dred and fifty preference shares and one Hun¬ 
dred and fifty common shares of one hundred 
dollars each. 

The addi’ess of its registered office is 503-6 
Rogers Building, 470 Gi'anville Sti’eet, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of a guest- 
ranch, auto court, hotel, restaurant, cafe, and 
lodging-house keepei's, and to acquire by pur¬ 
chase, lease, exchange, or othei’wise land, build¬ 
ings, and hereditaments of any tenure or 
desci’iption, and any estate or intei’est therein 
and any rights over or connected with them, 
and to manage, improve, develop, erect, alter, 
mortgage, lease, sell, exchange, dispose of, turn 
to account, or otherwise deal with the said 
lands, buildings, and hereditaments, and in 
pai'ticular by operating, managing, and main¬ 
taining guest-ranches, auto coui'ts and camps, 
hotels, restaurants, apartments, cottages, dwell¬ 
ings, garages, offices, houses, warehouses, 
stores, confectioneries, baths, laundries, recre¬ 
ation-grounds, and places of amusement: 

(6.) To buy, sell, import, produce, manu¬ 
facture, and otherwise deal in food and food 
pi-oducts, meats, groceries, fruits, confections, 
tobaccos, candy, druggist supplies, beverages, 
linen, furniture and fuimishings, and goods, 
wares, and merchandise of all kinds and 
descriptions: 

(c.) To lease and hix - e motor-cai’s, buses, 
trucks, and automobiles of all kinds, and to 
carry and transport passengers and freight in 
the same upon such terms and conditions as the 
Company may consider advisable: 

(d.) To organize, arrange, and conduct hunt¬ 
ing and fishing parties, and to aiTange for 
guides in connection therewith: 

(e.) As ancillary to the objects aforesaid, to 
advance, deposit, or lend money, securities, and 
property to or with such persons and on such 
terms as may seem expedient, and to discount, 
buy, sell, and deal in bills, notes, warrants, 
coupons, and other negotiable or transfei'able 
secui'ities or documents: 

(/.) Also as ancillai’y to the objects afore¬ 
said, to purchase or acquire on terms of pay¬ 
ment or otherwise real and personal property 
of any and every kind whatsoever and any 
claims, privileges, licences, concessions, fran¬ 
chises, or other advantages which the Company 
may lawfully acquire, and to pay for the same 













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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1083 


in whole or in part or for services rendered or 
to be rendered by the issuance and delivery to 
the seller of shares, bonds, debentures, or 
debenture stock of the Company, and for such 
purposes to issue shares, debentures, or deben¬ 
ture stock. 

And it is hereby declared that the word 
“ company ” in this clause shall be deemed to 
include any partnership or any other body of 
persons, whether incorporated or not incorpo¬ 
rated and whether domiciled in the Dominion 
of Canada or elsewhere, and the intention is 
that the objects specified in each paragraph of 
this clause shall, except where otherwise ex¬ 
pressed in such paragraph, be independent 
main objects and shall be in nowise limited or 
restricted by reference to or inference from the 
terms of any other paragraph or the name of 
the Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2175-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20432. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Pacific Coast 
Insulation & Roofing Co., Limited,” was 
incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 29th day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one hundred 
shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 1002 
Fort Street, Victoria, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To acquire from Pacific Coast Insu¬ 
lation & Roofing Co. the business heretofore 
carried on by it in the City of Victoria, in the 
Province of British Columbia, and to pay for 
the same in cash or. partly in cash and partly 
in shares: 

( b .) To carry on the business of general 
contractors, and, without limiting the gener¬ 
ality of the above, to furnish and install all 
types of insulation, air-conditioning and re¬ 
frigeration equipment, and to construct, alter, 
repair, and decorate buildings of all kinds: 

(c.) To buy, sell, manufacture, import, ex¬ 
port, and deal in all types of insulating ma¬ 
terial, material used for air-conditioning and 
refrigeration, roofing and building materials, 
and supplies of all kinds used in and around 
the construction, alteration, or repair of build¬ 
ings of all kinds: 

(d.) To carry on the business of wholesale 
and commission merchants or retail dealers, 
and generally to buy, sell, and deal in all 
equipment used in and about the ordinary 
business of the Company, and to supply sub¬ 
contractors and others with such material. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2173-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20426. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Cambie 
Realty, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 29th day of March, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 3432 
Cambie Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To purchase, acquire, and take over as 
a going concern the business and undertaking 
heretofore carried on in the City of Vancouver, 
in the Province of British Columbia, by Joseph 
Conrad Hoover and Alfred Perfect Phillips, 
doing business under the firm-name of “ Cam¬ 
bie Realty,” with all or any of the assets of the 
said business, and to pay for the same in fully 
paid shares of the Company: 


(6.) To own, operate, and manage real- 
estate, financial, insurance, and general broker¬ 
age business in all its branches, and, without 
limiting the generality of the foregoing, to act 
as real-estate salesmen, rental agents, financial 
brokers, appraisers, and agents for and in con¬ 
nection with real estate, stocks, bonds, insur¬ 
ance in all its branches, and as customs-brokers 
and financial brokers: 

(c.) To transact all kinds of agency busi¬ 
ness, to negotiate loans, to find investments, to 
carry on business as capitalists and financiers, 
brokers, and manufacturers’ agents: 

( d .) To purchase for investment or resale 
and to deal in land, leases, and other interests 
in real estate, and to make advances upon the 
security of land or any interest therein or 
other property, and generally to deal in real 
estate by way of sale, lease, exchange, or 
otherwise: 

( e.) To construct, reconstruct, alter, im¬ 
prove, repair, decorate, furnish, and maintain 
houses, buildings, conveniences of all kinds: 

(/'.) To manage land, buildings, and other 
real estate, whether belonging to the Company 
or not. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2175-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20418. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Sturdybilt 
Furniture, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 27th day of 
March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into one 
hundred common shares of ten dollars each and 
two thousand four hundred preference shares 
of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 530-33 
Rogers Building, 470 Granville Street, Vancou¬ 
ver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on business as manufacturers, 
producers, merchants (wholesale and retail), 
importers, and exporters, and to manufacture, 
produce, adopt, prepare, buy, sell, and other¬ 
wise deal in furniture, fixtures, wood and wood 
products, plastic and plastic products: 

( b .) Generally to manufacture and deal in 
wood and plastic products of all kinds and 
articles or materials incidental to such business. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2174-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20444. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Rush Trans¬ 
fer and Storage, Limited,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 1st 
day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into five hun¬ 
dred shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 1191 
First Avenue, Prince George, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

. ( a •) To carry on the business of warehous¬ 
ing, storage, and cartage: 

( b .) To carry on the business of coal and 
coke merchants, dealers in all kinds of fuel, in¬ 
cluding petroleum, oils, and gases, builders’ 
and contractors’ supplies and requisites of all 
kinds: 

(c.) To acquire, hold, and dispose of any 
interest in lands, mills, factories, buildings, 
and including the right to operate the same, 
coal and other mines, oil and gas wells and 
concessions, minerals, mining rights, wood and 
woodlands, timber and lumber lands and 
licences : 

(d.) To carry on the business of buying, 
selling, distributing, and otherwise dealing ini 
assembling, repairing, reconstructing, renovat- 














1084 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


ing, servicing, testing, storing, and warehous¬ 
ing automobiles, motor-cycles, trucks, tractors, 
farm machinery, motor-vehicles, flying-ma¬ 
chines, and motor-driven machines of all kinds, 
radios, batteries, and electrically operated ma¬ 
chines of all kinds, both new and used, and all 
equipment, parts, and accessories therefor, and 
any and all things capable of being used in or 
in connection with the construction, main¬ 
tenance, repair, or working thereof: 

(e.) To carry on the business of buying, 
selling, distributing, and otherwise dealing in 
gasoline, oil, grease, and petroleum products, 
and motor-fuel of all kinds, and operating 
service-stations and garages, and keeping 
vehicles and equipment of all kinds for hire: 

(/.) To buy, sell, manufacture, repair, alter, 
and exchange, let or hire, export and deal in 
all kinds of apparatus, machinery, materials, 
and articles which shall be capable of being 
used for the purposes of any business herein 
mentioned or likely to be required by custo¬ 
mers of any such business: 

( g .) To carry on business as manufacturers, 
importers, exporters, and general merchants, 
wholesale or retail, and either as principal or 
agents of goods, wares, and merchandise of 
every kind and description, and parts thereof, 
and to conduct any agency business, and, with¬ 
out limiting the generality of the foregoing, 
of bicycles, boats, electrical equipment, engines, 
and motors (motor-vehicle, aeroplane, marine, 
and stationary), hoists, loggers’ and mill 
equipment and supplies, machinery, plastics, 
pumps, radios, refrigerators, stoves, and wash¬ 
ing-machines : 

(h.) To build, purchase, lease, hire, charter, 
navigate, use, and operate cars, taxicabs, 
wagons, and other vehicles, boats, ships, and 
other vessels: 

(i.) To carry on in any part of the world 
'the business of lumber operators, timber mer¬ 
chants, sawmill proprietors, timber-cruisers, 
sawmill and shingle-mill proprietors, wood- 
pulp manufacturers, timber-growers, and lum¬ 
bermen in all or any branches of such busi¬ 
nesses, and to buy, sell, grow, log, cut, pre¬ 
pare for market, whether by creosoting or by 
any other chemical preserving process, or 
otherwise manipulate, import, export, and deal 
in timber and wood of all kinds, and to make, 
manufacture, buy, sell, use, exercise, and deal 
in articles of all kinds in the manufacture of 
which timber or wood is used: 

O'.) Generally to carry on all lines of busi¬ 
ness as contractors, sub-contractors, capital¬ 
ists, financiers, merchants, wholesalers, retail¬ 
ers, financial agents, promoters, manufacturers, 
or operators, and as agents or principals: 

( k .) To raise money by way of mortgage or 
otherwise on any of the assets of the Company, 
and to invest any surplus money of the Com¬ 
pany in mortgages or other securities: 

( l .) To acquire and carry on all or any part 
of the business or property and to undertake 
any liabilities of any person, firm, or associa¬ 
tion, or company possessed of property suit¬ 
able for the purpose of this Company, or 
carrying on any business which this Company 
is authorized to carry on, or which can be 
conveniently carried on in connection with the 
same, or may seem to the Company calculated, 
directly or indirectly, to benefit the Company, 
and as the consideration for the same to pay 
cash or to issue any shares, stocks, or obliga¬ 
tions of this Company: 

(m.) To issue paid-up shares, bonds, de¬ 
benture stock, and (or) other securities for 
the payment, either in whole or in part, of any 
pi’operty, real or personal, business, claims, 
privileges, licences, concessions, franchise, or 
other advantages which the Company may 
lawfully acquire and, with the approval of the 
shareholders, for services rendered to or work 
performed for it, and also to issue fully paid- 
up shares, bonds, debenture stock, and (or) 


other securities in payment or part payment 
or exchange for the shares, bonds, or deben¬ 
ture stock and (or) securities of any other 
company: 

(n..) To do all such things and to carry on 
such business as the Company may think are 
incidental and conducive - to the attainment of 
the above objects: 

(o.) To do all or any of the above things as 
principals, agents, contractors, or otherwise, 
and either alone or in conjunction with others: 

ip.) And it is hereby declared that each 
paragraph hereof shall be interpreted as a 
separate power and shall not be limited or 
restricted in anywise by reference to or in¬ 
ference from the terms of any other para¬ 
graph. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2186-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20446. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Tip Top 
Dairy, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 1st day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into two 
thousand five hundred shares of ten dollars 
each. 

The address of its registered office is Room 
8, Kenmar Building, Powell River, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To purchase, acquire, and take over as 
a going concern the business and undertaking 
of general milk distributing known as the 
“ Westview Dairy,” carried on by Joe Dorval, 
in the Village of Westview, in the Province of 
British Columbia; and also to purchase, 
acquire, and take over as a going concern the 
business and undertaking of general milk dis¬ 
tributing known as “ Adey’s Dairy,” carried 
on by Frank Adey, in the Village of Westview 
aforesaid: 

( b .) To carry on the business of wholesalers, 
retailers, distributers, and dealers in and pro¬ 
ducers of dairy, farm, and garden produce of 
all kinds, and in particular milk, cream, and 
butter, ice-cream, cheese, poultry, and eggs, 
fruit-flavourings, fruits, and vegetables: 

(c.) To manufacture, buy, sell, manipulate, 
process, alter, and deal in, both wholesale and. 
retail, confectionery articles, dairy produce, 
fruits, syrups, flavourings, and other articles 
which may be required for the purpose of any 
of the businesses, and any other article or 
thing which can conveniently be dealt in by the 
Company in connection with any of its objects: 

( d .) To carry on business as cow-keepers, 
farmers, millers, market-gardeners, manu¬ 
facturers of ice-cream, condensed milk, or 
other dairy products; manufacturers of jams, 
syrups; processors of fruits, pickles, cider, 
and preserved provisions of all kinds: 

(e.) To build, buy, lease, or otherwise 
acquire, and to provide, furnish, maintain, 
conduct, and operate refreshment-rooms, res¬ 
taurants, soda-fountains, confectionery stores 
of every nature and kind: 

(/.) To carry on the business of distributers 
of milk, cream, butter, ice-cream, eggs, and 
poultry in British Columbia or elsewhere: 

( g .) To build, buy, lease, rent, hire, or 
otherwise acquire and to operate and main¬ 
tain milk and creamery, ice-cream, and butter 
and pasteurizing plants and equipment, and 
to build, buy, or otherwise acquire buildings, 
barns, plants, warehouses, condensed-milk 
plants, etc., that may be calculated to further 
the objects of the Company: 

(/i.) To purchase or otherwise acquire any 
interest in any patents, licences, concessions, 
processes, trade-marks, designs, and the like 
in connection with the business of the Company 
or calculated by the Company to be profitable: 









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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1085 


(i.) To draw, make, accept, endorse, dis¬ 
count, execute, and issue promissory notes, 
bills of exchange, bills of lading, debentures, 
and other negotiable or transferrable instru¬ 
ments : 

(j.) To carry on any other business, whether 
processing, freezing, altering, manufacturing, 
or otherwise, of any article or product capable 
of being conveniently carried on in connection 
with any of the Company’s business, or which 
may seem to the Company expedient or cal¬ 
culated, directly or indirectly, to enhance the 
value of or render profitable any of the Com¬ 
pany’s property or rights: 

(k.) To carry on all or any of the following 
businesses, that is to say: General carriers, 
truckers, railway and forwarding agents, 
warehousemen, bonded carmen or carmen, and 
any other business which may conveniently be 
carried on in connection therewith: 

(/.) For any of the purposes of the Com¬ 
pany, to borrow, raise, or secure the payment 
of money in such manner as the Company 
shall think fit, and in particular by the issue 
of debentures or debenture stock, perpetual or 
otherwise, charged upon all or any of the 
Company’s property, both present and future, 
including its uncalled capital, and to purchase, 
redeem, or pay off any such securities: 

(?n.) To sell or dispose of the undertaking 
of the Company or any part thereof for such 
consideration as the Company may think fit, 
and in particular for shares, debentures, or 
securities of any other company having objects 
altogether or in part similar to those of this 
Company: 

( n .) To amalgamate with any company hav¬ 
ing objects altogether or in part similar to 
those of this Company: 

(o.) To carry out any of its objects in the 
Province or elsewhere. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2186-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20425. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ George E. 
Webber, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 29th day of 
March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thou¬ 
sand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 1006 
Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of insurance- 
brokers and to act as insurance agents for 
automobile, fire, burglary, marine, accident, 
guaranty, and indemnity insurance and all 
other kinds of insurance, and to enter into any 
and all contracts of insurance permitted by 
law: 

( b .) To represent as insurance agents and 
brokers any and all corporations, companies, 
firms, or individuals engaged in any branch of 
such insurance business, and to accept or pay 
any commissions or other remuneration for 
services rendered: 

(c.) To carry on the business of real-estate 
agents in all its branches, and to buy, sell, ex¬ 
change, lease, or otherwise deal in and to 
manage real estate and immovable property, 
and to negotiate for the purchase, sale, ex¬ 
change, or lease of real estate and immovable 
property: 

(d.) To act as agent or attorney in the 
execution, management, sale, assignment, 
transfer, encumbrance, conveyance, or other 
disposition of any real or personal px-operty, 
and, in so far as the same shall come within 
the scope of a real-estate agent’s business, to 
act as agent or attorney in the investment and 
collection of moneys, rents, loans, interests, 
dividends, hypothecs, bonds, notes, and other 
securities: 


(e.) To lend money and negotiate loans for 
customers, and to act as agent for others in 
the investment of funds or the promotion of 
companies and undertakings, and to conduct 
the general business of a holding, investment, 
promoting, and brokerage corporation, and to 
manage, transact, or carry on all kinds of 
agency business, and in particular in relation 
to the investment of money, the sale of prop¬ 
erty, and the collection and receipt of money: 

(/.) To lend money and negotiate loans with 
or without security, and to issue on commis¬ 
sion, subscribe for, take, acquire and hold, sell, 
exchange, and deal in shares, stocks, bonds, 
obligations, or securities of any person, govern¬ 
ment authority, or company, and to form, pro¬ 
mote, subsidize, and assist companies, syndi¬ 
cates, and partnerships of all kinds, and 
generally to carry on and undertake any busi¬ 
ness, undertaking, transaction, or operation 
commonly carried on or undertaken by capi¬ 
talists, promoters, financiers, concessionaires, 
and contractors for public works: 

(g.) To employ experts to investigate, ad¬ 
vise on, and examine into the conditions, pros¬ 
pects, value, character, and circumstances of 
any business, undertaking, property, assets, or 
rights: 

(h.) To carry on the business of commission 
merchants, manufacturers, general traders, 
mercantile, financial, investment, mortgage, 
real-estate, insurance, and general and special 
agents and brokers, and dealers in all classes 
and kinds of goods, wares, merchandise, chat¬ 
tels, and effects of every kind and description 
whatsoever, and to do all things necessary for 
the attaining, completion, and disposition of 
the aforesaid objects: 

(i.) To guarantee the contracts and obliga¬ 
tions of any person, firm, or corporation in 
respect of any business entered into between 
such persons, firms, or corporations and the 
Company: 

(j.) To promote, organize, develop, or man¬ 
age, or to assist in the promotion, organiza¬ 
tion, development, or management of, any 
corporation, company, syndicate, enterprise, 
business, or undertaking, and to raise and 
assist in raising money for, and aid by way 
of bonus, loan, promise, endorsement, any such 
corporation, company, syndicate, enterprise, or 
undertaking, and to offer for public subscrip¬ 
tion any shares, stocks, bonds, debentures, or 
other securities of any corporation, company, 
syndicate, enterprise, business, or undertaking: 

(k.) To make gifts and donations to any 
person, firm, or corporation for any purpose 
whatsoever, whether such person, firm, or cor¬ 
poration be a member of this Company or not: 

(/.) Provided that nothing in the foregoing 
objects contained shall authorize the Company 
to exercise any of the powers of a trust com¬ 
pany as defined by the “ Trust Companies 
Act ” or any banking or insurance business 
prohibited to the Company by law. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2176-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20443. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Dale Con¬ 
struction Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 1st day of 
April, 1946. 

The Company is authorized to issue one 
hundred shares without nominal or par value. 

The address of its registered office is 904 
Hall Building, 789 Pender Street West, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on business as general con¬ 
tractors and builders; to enter into contracts 
for, and to construct, execute, alter, improve, 
decorate, furnish, and maintain, all classes of 
public and private works, including, without 
detracting from the generality of the fore- 









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[April 18th, 1946. 


going, roads, dykes, ditches, drainage systems, 
quarries, tunnels, mines, buildings, houses, 
factories, warehouses, shops, wharves, and 

offices: . 

( b .) To carry on business as manufacturers 
of and as merchants (wholesale or retail), 
dealers, agents, and brokers in the purchase, 
sale, warehousing, import, and export of goods, 
wares, equipment, supplies, and merchandise 
of any kind and description: 

(c.) Subject to the “ Engineering Profes¬ 
sion Act,” to carry on the business of mechani¬ 
cal, civil, hydraulic, and electrical engineers 
and contractors. 

The objects set forth in any subclause ot 
this clause shall not, except where the context 
expressly so requires, be in anywise limited or 
restricted by reference to or inference from 
the terms of any other subclause of this clause, 
and the Company shall have full power to 
exercise all or any of its objects in any part 

of the world. „_ 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2186-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20410. 

'Vf OTICE is hereby given that “ Lome Camp- 
-LN bell, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 26th day of March, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is Room 
314, Standard Bank Building, 510 Hastings 
Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To engage in the business of trucking, 
draying, carting, and all lines of moving and 
storing all kinds of chattels, and for that pur¬ 
pose to deal in motor-vehicles, horse-drawn 
vehicles, storers, freighters, and keeping stor¬ 
age warehouses, real and personal property, 
and engage in the business of garage-owners, 
repairers, dealers in motor-vehicles and acces¬ 
sories appertaining thereto: 

(6.) The said Company to likewise act as 
principals or agents del credere and likewise 
to engage either as principals, partners, or 
joint venturers as above mentioned. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2156-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


prepared, adapted for use or manufactured, 
and all articles in which lumber, wood, metals, 
alloys, plastics, or textiles are used: 

(d.) To manufacture, repair, acquire, buy, 
sell, exchange, install, set up, equip, and deal 
in machinery, tools, implements, and devices, 
appliances, and appurtenances of all kinds: 

(e.) To apply for and to purchase and 
acquire Letters Patent and similar privileges 
and concessions, both Canadian and foreign, 
for inventions or improvements in any inven¬ 
tions, or any interest in any inventions or 
Patents, and any licence or licences in connec¬ 
tion therewith, and to finance inventors or 
alleged inventors for the purpose of enabling 
them to test or perfect their inventions: 

(/.) To sell any patent rights or privileges 
belonging to the Company or which may be 
acquired by it, or any interest in the same, and 
to grant licences for the use and practice of 
the same, or any of them, and to let or allow 
to be used, or otherwise deal with any inven¬ 
tion, patent or privileges in which the Com¬ 
pany may be interested, and to do all acts and 
things as may be deemed expedient for turn¬ 
ing to account any invention, patent, and 
privileges in which the Company may be in- 
terestcd \ 

(g.) To allot shares in the Company, 
credited as fully or partly paid up, as the 
whole or part of the purchase price of any real 
or personal property, or as the whole or part 
payment for services rendered or to be rendered 
to the Company, or for any valuable considera¬ 
tion, and as preference shares or otherwise, 
with power to convert shares issued and 
allotted as ordinary shares into preference 
shares. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2189-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20420. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ L.T.F. 

Manufacturing Company, Limited,” was 
incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 28th day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into 
twenty-five thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 1408, 
675 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To purchase or otherwise acquire the 
business and assets of the firm known as 
“ Lake and Foster of Vancouver, B.C.,” for 
such consideration and on such terms as the 
Company may determine, and the said busi¬ 
ness carry on and develop in any and every 
way that the Company may see fit to do, and 
the equipment and material for such operation 
and development to acquire by purchase, 
trade, or other means satisfactory to the Com¬ 
pany: 

(b.) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turers, and manufacturers’ agents in all its 
branches: 

(c .) To produce, prepare, adapt, manufac¬ 
ture, buy, sell, exchange, or otherwise dispose 
of (wholesale or retail) lumber, wood, metals, 
alloys, plastic products and textiles, and all 
other materials capable of being produced, 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20451. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Stewart’s 
Garage, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 2nd day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one hundred 
redeemable preference shares of one hundred 
dollars each. 

The Company is also authorized to issue 
five hundred shares without nominal or par 
value. 

The address of its registered office is 503-6 
Rogers Building, 470 Granville Street, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To buy, sell, and deal in or with, 
whether by wholesale or retail, oils, grease, 
gasoline, benzine, petroleum, derivatives of 
petroleum, and all kinds of petroleum prod¬ 
ucts and by-products thereof, and to purchase, 
lease, or otherwise acquire, hold, own, main¬ 
tain, manage, and operate garages, gasoline, 
oil, and petroleum products stations, store¬ 
houses, storerooms, warehouses, parking 
places, and other like places for the safe¬ 
keeping, cleaning, repairing, and care gener¬ 
ally of automobiles and motor-cars of all and 
every kind and description and class, and of all 
accessories thereof and thereto of every and 
any kind and description, and to lease and hire 
motor-cars, trucks, and automobiles of all 
kinds, to carry and transport passengers and 
freight in same upon such terms and condi¬ 
tions as the Company may consider advisable: 

( b .) To manufactui’e, buy, sell, and deal in 
all automobile and auto-truck parts and acces¬ 
sories : 

(c.) As ancillary to the objects aforesaid, 
to advance, deposit, or lend money, securities, 
and property to or with such persons and on 
such terms as may seem expedient, and to dis¬ 
count, buy, sell, and deal in bills, notes, war¬ 
rants, coupons, and other negotiable or trans¬ 
ferable securities or documents: 

















April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1087 


( d .) Also as ancillary to the objects afore¬ 
said, to purchase or acquire on terms of pay¬ 
ment or otherwise real and personal property 
of any and every kind whatsoever, and any 
claims, privileges, licences, concessions, fran¬ 
chises, or other advantages which the Company 
may lawfully acquire, and to pay for the same 
in whole or in part, or for services rendered or 
to be rendered by the issuance and delivery to 
the seller of shai'es, bonds, debentures, or de¬ 
benture stock of the Company, and for such 
purposes to issue shares, debentures, or deben¬ 
ture stock. 

And it is hereby declared that the word 
“ company ” in this clause shall be deemed to 
include any partnership or any other body of 
persons, whether incorporated or not incor¬ 
porated, and whether domiciled in the Do¬ 
minion of Canada or elsewhere, and the in¬ 
tention is that the objects specified in each 
paragraph of this clause shall, except where 
otherwise expressed in such paragraph, be in¬ 
dependent main objects, and shall be in no¬ 
wise limited or restricted by reference to or 
inference from the terms of any other para¬ 
graph or the name of the Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2189-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3033. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Creston Curling 
J- Club ” has this day been incorporated as 
a Society under the “ Societies Act.” 

The locality in which the operations of the 
Society will be chiefly carried on is Creston, 
Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand nine 
hundred and forty-six. 

[L.s.] S. W. TAYLOR, 

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are:— 

(a.) To establish a club for the purpose of 
curling and other ice sports, for social inter¬ 
course and such other activities as may be 
considered desirable in connection with a 
curling-club: 

( b .) To acquire by lease, nurchase, or other 
means such real property as may be considered 
suitable for the purposes of the club, and to 
build thereon suitable premises or to alter or 
improve existing buildings or to make such 
other arrangements for suitable accommoda¬ 
tion for the club as may from time to time be 
considered desirable, and to acquire or lease 
suitable equipment therefor. 2157-mh28 


(b.) To undertake and carry into effect all 
such financial, trading, or other operations in 
connection with the objects of the Company as 
to the directors may seem advisable, including 
the investment of the Company’s capital in any 
real or personal property: 

(c.) To allot the shares of the Company, 
credited as fully or partly paid up, as the 
whole or part of the purchase price of any 
real or personal property, or as the whole or 
part payment for services rendered or to be 
rendered to the Company, or for any valuable 
consideration, and as preference shares or 
otherwise, with power to convert shares issued 
and allotted as ordinary shares into preference 


shares. 

2150-mh28 


S. W. TAYLOR, 

Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20453. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Northern 
Seed Potato Company, Limited,” was in¬ 
corporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 2nd day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 613 
Province Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To buy and sell potatoes: 

(b.) To act as wholesalers, retailers, brokers, 
or agents: 

(c.) To do all things conducive to the at¬ 
tainment of the above objects. 


S. W. TAYLOR, 

2189-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20408. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Gerco, Lim¬ 
ited,” was incorporated under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” on the 26th day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into nine hundred 
and ninety preference shares of ten dollars 
each and one hundred common shares of one 
dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 520 
Stock Exchange Building, 475 Howe Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To export, import, buy, sell, and 
otherwise dispose of, hold, own, manufacture, 
produce, and deal in, either as principal or 
agent, and upon commission, consignment, or 
otherwise, goods, wares, products, and mer¬ 
chandise of any kind and nature whatsoever, 
and to do a general commission merchant’s 
merchandise brokerage, selling agent’s, and 
factor’s business in goods, wares, and mer¬ 
chandise dealt in by the Company. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20403. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Garner 
Bros., Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 25th day of March, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into 
twenty-five thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is No. 179 
Station Street, Duncan, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To engage and carry on the business of 
builders and general contractors, the clearing 
of land, the construction of roads, wholesale 
and retail general merchants, and agents and 
dealers in all kinds of products and supplies 
of whatever nature, or otherwise howsoever as 
may seem to the directors calculated, directly 
or indirectly, to promote the Company’s busi¬ 
ness: 


S. W. TAYLOR, 

2157-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20401. 

1VTOTICE is hereby given that “ E. A. Hud- 
4-’ son & Associates, Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 25th day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one thousand 
shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 208 
Pacific Building, 744 Hastings Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the businesses of real- 
estate and insurance agents and brokers, mort- 
gage and financial agents, property managers, 
summer resort proprietors, tourist agents, or 
hotel and lodge keepers: 













1088 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


(6.) To acquire by purchase, location, lease, 
exchange, or otherwise any lands, buildings, 
and real and personal estate of every descrip¬ 
tion, and to build, hold, sell, lease, mortgage, 
exchange, or otherwise deal with any dwelling- 
houses, stores, farm buildings, warehouses, or 
other premises whatsoever: 

(c.) To carry on business as dealers in 
stocks, bonds, or other securities or invest¬ 
ments : 

( d .) To carry on business as wholesale or 
retail merchants, builders, and contractors, 
importers, exporters, manufacturers’ agents, 
service-station proprietors, and restaurant- 
keepers : 

(e.) To carry on any other business which 
may seem to the Company capable of being 
conveniently carried on in connection with the 
above, or calculated, directly or indirectly, to 
enhance the value of the Company’s property 
or rights and which it is not prohibited by law 
from carrying on: 

(/.) To do all such other acts as are in¬ 
cidental or conducive to the attainment of the 
above objects or any of them, and to exercise 
generally all such powers as may from time 
to time be exercisable by it under and by 
virtue of the “ Companies Act ” of British 
Columbia, or of any other govei’nmental Act or 
authority. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2150-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20475. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ P & W Log¬ 
ging Contractors, Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 6th day 
of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 9 Cata¬ 
lina Crescent, Eburne, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of timber 
merchants, sawmill, shingle-mill, and pulp- 
mill owners or operators, timber-growers, log¬ 
gers, logging contractors, lumbermen, and lum¬ 
ber merchants in any and all their branches; 
to buy, sell, grow, prepare for market, import, 
export, and deal in sawlogs, timber, piles and 
poles, shingles, lumber, and wood of all kinds; 
and to manufacture and deal in articles and 
materials of all kinds in the manufacture 
whereof timber, lumber, or wood is used: 

(b.) To purchase or otherwise acquire, 
maintain, operate, keep and improve, sell, 
lease, or otherwise dispose of all kinds of saw¬ 
mills and other buildings, plants and ma¬ 
chinery of every description, timber limits, 
leases, concessions, licences, and lands. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2236-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20486. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Depend¬ 
able Woodworkers, Limited,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 8th 
day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into four thou¬ 
sand five hundred preference shares and five 
thousand five hundred common shares of one 
dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is c/o 
Messrs. Clearihue & Gregory, 904 Bank of 
Toronto Building, 1405 Douglas Street, Vic¬ 
toria, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: 


(a.) To carry on business as contractors, 
builders, roofers, importers, dealers in and 
manufacturers of timber, concrete, cement, 
asphalt, sheet metal, roof preparations, and 
other materials which can be used, directly or 
indirectly, by contractors, builders, or roofers, 
with power to act as agents for other persons 
or corporations carrying on a similar business, 
and also to carry on any other business of a 
like nature or incidental to the foregoing: 

(b.) To carry on the business of timber 
merchants, lumber operators, sawmill pi’o- 
prietors, and general merchants, and to buy, 
sell, prepare for market, manufacture, import, 
export, and deal in timber and wood of all 
kinds, and to manufacture and deal in shingles, 
laths, sashes and doors, portable houses, 
buildings, furniture, and articles of all kinds 
in the manufacture of which timber or wood 
is used, and all articles that can be made from 
or extracted from wood or the waste products 
of wood: 

(c.) To carry on any or all lines of business 
as manufacturers, producers, merchants 
(wholesale and retail), importers and export¬ 
ers generally, without limitation as to class of 
products and merchandise, and to manufac¬ 
ture, produce, adapt, prepare, buy, sell, and 
otherwise deal in any materials, articles, or 
things required in connection with or inciden¬ 
tal to such business. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2227-apll Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20476. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ J. R. 
Murray Timber, Limited,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 6th 
day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
one hundred thousand dollars, divided into 
ten thousand shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is foot 
of Ash Street South, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To purchase, take on lease, or in ex¬ 
change, hire, or otherwise acquire real and 
personal property of all kinds, and in parti¬ 
cular lands, buildings, and hereditaments, and 
any rights or privileges which the Company 
may think necessary or convenient and, with¬ 
out restricting the generality of the foregoing, 
including timber and timber lands and limits, 
and to construct, maintain, alter, improve, 
develop, operate, and let on lease any such 
real and personal property as aforesaid: 

(b.) To act as agents, commission agents, 
warehousemen, carriers, cartage agents, and 
forwarders by land and water, and to ware¬ 
house and store goods, wares, and merchandise 
for any other person, firm, or corporation: 

(c.) To acquire in any way whatsoever all 
kinds of real and personal property, whether 
subject to liabilities or otherwise, and in such 
case, and in the case of any debt or account 
owing or payable by the Company to any per¬ 
son, firm, or corporation (including any share¬ 
holder or director of the Company) and (or) 
in the case of any liability, obligation, or con¬ 
tract for or in respect of which the Company 
is or is about to become liable, to pay for, 
satisfy, or discharge the same either in money 
or debentures or bonds or shares of the Com¬ 
pany, or any combination of the same, said 
shares to be either partly or fully paid up, 
such debentures to be secured either by a 
charge or on a deposit of any part or all of 
the Company’s property of any kind whatso¬ 
ever, both present and future, including its 
uncalled capital, or without such charge. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2236-apl 1 Registrar of Companies. 











April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1089 


CERTIFICATES OF 
INCORPORATION. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20457. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Port Alberni 
Home Builders, Limited,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 3rd 
day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is Croll 
Block, Port Alberni, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on business as general con¬ 
tractors in all its branches, and to enter into 
any contracts in relation to, and to erect, con¬ 
struct, maintain, alter, repair, pull down, or 
restore, works of all descriptions, including, 
but not limited to, public works, wharves, 
docks, piers, railways, tramways, waterways, 
l'oads, bridges, warehouses, factories, mills, en¬ 
gines, electric works, waterworks, drainage or 
sewage works, and buildings of every descrip¬ 
tion : 

( b.) To carry on business as warehousemen 
and wharfingers, ship, scow, barge, and raft 
builders, proprietors and brokers, general 
merchants, carriers by land or sea, dealers in 
lumber, timber, and all products necessary or 
used for construction purposes, dealers in ma¬ 
chinery and equipment of all descriptions and 
nature, storekeepers and boarding-house pro¬ 
prietors. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2200-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20327. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Bay Lumber 
Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 8th day of March, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
sixty thousand dollars, divided into six hun¬ 
dred shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 730 
Taylor Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To erect, own, and operate shingle-mills, 
sawmills, planing-mills, wood-pulp mills, wood- 
factories of all kinds, logging camp, logging 
and industrial railways and factories, and to 
carry on the business of foresters, loggers, 
timber merchants, shingle-mill, sawmill, and 
planing-mill proprietors, and timbermen in all 
or any of its branches, producers, manufac¬ 
turers of, and dealers in wood-pulp, and makers 
of and dealers in paper of all kinds, and 
articles made from paper or pulp, and mate¬ 
rials used in the manufacture or treatment of 
paper, including cardboard and millboard; and 
to buy, sell, prepare for market, manipulate, 
export, import, and deal in sawlogs, timber, 
lumber, shingles, and wood of all kinds, and to 
manufacture and deal in articles of all kinds 
in the manufacture of which timber is used or 
forms a component part: 

(6.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, 
exchange, or otherwise timber lands, leases, or 
claims, rights to cut timber, surface rights and 
rights-of-way, water rights and privileges, 
patents, patent rights and concessions, and 
other real or personal property: 

(c.) To carry on the business of dealers in, 
purveyors of, and manufacturers of fuel of all 
kinds and descriptions whatsoever, and par¬ 
ticularly, but without affecting the generality 
of the foregoing, coal, wood, oil, petroleum, and 
sawdust in every form of combination, and 
every branch whatsoever of such business: 

( d.) To carry on the business of carrying, 
delivering, transporting, and conveying com¬ 

6 


modities, materials, goods, wares, and mer¬ 
chandise, and things of every form, kind, or 
description whatsoever by any and every 
means or method whatsoever: 

(e.) To carry on the business of dealers in, 
purveyors of, and manufacturers of building 
materials, supplies, and equipment of all kinds 
and descriptions, and in every form or combi¬ 
nation whatsoever, and particularly, but with¬ 
out affecting the generality of the foregoing, 
lumber and every commodity or thing made or 
partly made of wood, stone, sand, gravel, lime, 
bricks, cement, iron, steel, sheet metal, and 
hardware: 

(/.) To carry on the business of brokers and 
(or) agents in all its branches whatsoever, and 
generally to act as agent for any person, firm, 
or corporation: 

(g.) To carry on the business of storage, 
wharfage, warehousing, and forwarding, and 
the doing of every act or acts, thing or things 
incidental or growing out of or connected with 
said business; and issue of storage and ware¬ 
house receipts, negotiable and non-negotiable, 
covering all kinds of goods, wares, and mer¬ 
chandise; the collection and receipt of storage 
dues and other compensation: 

(h.) To carry on business as general mer¬ 
chants and dealers in all manufactured goods, 
materials, provisions, and produce whatsoever: 

(i.) The word “company” in this memo¬ 
randum when applied otherwise than to this 
Company shall be deemed to include any part¬ 
nership or other body of persons, whether cor¬ 
porate or unincorporate, and whether domiciled 
in British Columbia or elsewhere, and the 
objects specified in each of the paragraphs 
hereof and the powers granted by subsection 
(1) of section 22 of the “ Companies Act ” shall 
be regarded independently, and accordingly 
shall be in nowise limited or restricted (except 
when otherwise expressed in such paragraph) 
by reference to the objects and powers indi¬ 
cated in any other paragraph or the name of 
the Company, but may be carried out in as 
full and ample a manner and construed in as 
wide a sense as if each of the said paragraphs 
defined the objects and powers of a separate, 
distinct, and independent Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2199-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20445. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Lloyd G. 
Jones, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 1st day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into fifty thou¬ 
sand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is Rooms 
600-3, Hall Building, 789 Pender Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on as principals, agents, ser¬ 
vants, or contractors any and all lines of busi¬ 
ness as financiers, loggers, contractors, manu¬ 
facturers, producers, merchants, miners, boat 
operators, haulers, and constructors, without 
limiting the class of products and merchan¬ 
dise, and to manufacture, produce, adapt, buy, 
sell, and (or) otherwise deal in any or all 
articles or things, including the organizing, 
reorganizing, developing, controlling, and pur¬ 
chasing of or disposing of any types of busi¬ 
nesses and industries of whatever nature: 

( b.) To manufacture, buy, sell, import, ex¬ 
port, exchange, rent, lease, construct, alter, re¬ 
pair, and generally to deal in all kinds of new 
and used automobiles, trucks, trailers, motors, 
engines, tractors, boats, mechanical equipment, 
gasoline, steam, oil, and electrical machines of 
all kinds, including all equipment used in or 
about logging, mining, shipping, and hauling 
operations, together with all accessories 













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[April 18th, 1946. 


thereto, and all kinds of machines, implements, 
apparatus, lubricants, petroleums, cements, 
solutions, and appliances, and all things 
capable of being used therewith for the manu¬ 
facture, maintenance, repair, overhaul, or 
manufacture thereof: 

(c.) To purchase for investment or resale, 
and to traffic in land and houses and other 
property of any tenure, and any interest 
therein, and to create, sell, and deal in free¬ 
hold and leasehold ground-rents, and to make 
advances upon the security of land or houses 
or other property, or any interest therein, and 
generally to deal in traffic by way of sale, 
lease, exchange, or otherwise with land and 
house property and any other property, whether 
read or personal: 

(d.) To carry on business as haulers, truck¬ 
ers, delivery agents, and messengers, and as 
principals, agents, servants, contractors, or 
sub-contractors in any manner whatsoever: 

(e.) To carry on business as capitalists, 
financiers, concessionaires, merchants, financial 
agents, promoters, operators, manufacturers, 
and traders, and to undertake and execute all 
kinds of financial, commercial, and (or) trad¬ 
ing business, and to carry on any other busi¬ 
ness capable of being carried on in connection 
with these businesses, or calculated, directly 
or indirectly, to enhance the value or facilitate 
the realization of or render profitable any of 
the Company’s property or rights. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2200-apll Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3034. 

HEREBY CERTIFY that" Lavington Com¬ 
munity Hall Society ” has this day been 
incorporated as a Society under the “ Societies 
Act.” 

The locality in which the operations of the 
Society will be chiefly carried on is Coldstream, 
Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand nine 
hundred and forty-six. 

[l.s.] S. W. TAYLOR, 

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are: To acquire 
and hold land, and to erect thereon a com¬ 
munity hall to be known as “ Lavington 
Memorial Hall to foster and promote recre¬ 
ational activities; and to further and advance 
all matters and activities as may seem fit for 
the benefit of the community of Lavington. 

2199-apll 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20440. 

1^'OTICE is hereby given that “ O’Hanlon’s, 
Ltd.,” was incorporated under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” on the 1st day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
thirty thousand dollars, divided into three hun¬ 
dred shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 1318 
Standard Bank Building, 510 Hastings Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To buy, sell, and otherwise dispose of, 
hold,, charter, rent, let for hire, own, operate, 
repair, manufacture, produce, handle, and deal 
in, at wholesale and retail, either as principals 
or agents, and upon commission, consignment, 
or otherwise, ships, vessels, boats, yachts, tugs, 
scows, barges, and watercraft of any descrip¬ 
tion whatsoever, boat-fittings, ship-chandlery, 
marine hardware, engines, motors, electrical 


supplies and appliances, motor supplies and 
appliances, gasoline supplies and appliances, 
life-boats and life-saving equipment, imple¬ 
ments, tools, marine equipment, and ships’ sup¬ 
plies, stores, and provisions, goods, wares, 
produce, and merchandise of any kind and 
nature whatsoever: 

(b.) To acquire by purchase, lease, or other¬ 
wise construct and operate ship-building and 
ship-repairing yards, slips, marine ways, docks, 
dry-docks, shops, sheds, workshops, buildings, 
warehouses, and other conveniences of every 
kind whatsoever: 

(c.) To carry on generally all or any of the 
businesses of ship-owners and brokers or char¬ 
terers, insurance-broker^, custom-brokers, man¬ 
agers of shipping property and freight, car¬ 
riers by land and sea, barge-owners, lighter¬ 
men, forwarding agents, freight agents and 
brokers, merchantmen, warehousemen, wharf- 
ing'ers, general traders, and general contrac¬ 
tors : 

(d.) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turers’ agents or representatives, and commis¬ 
sion merchants, importers, exporters, and to 
establish, maintain, and conduct a jobbing, 
commission, and general agency business. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2200-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20463. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Coast Con¬ 
verters, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 4th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into forty-nine 
thousand nine hundred preference shares and 
one hundred common shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 520 
Stock Exchange Building, 475 Howe Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To export, import, buy, sell, and 
otherwise dispose of, hold, own, manufacture, 
produce, and deal in, either as principal or 
agent, and upon commission, consignment or 
otherwise, goods, wares, products, and mer¬ 
chandise of any kind and nature whatsoever, 
and to do a general commission merchant’s 
merchandise brokerage, selling agent’s and 
factor’s business in goods, wares, and mer- 
chandise dealt in by the Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2199-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20481. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Invermere 
Inn, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 6th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into fifty thou¬ 
sand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 308 
Randall Building, 535 Georgia Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(re.) To acquire by purchase, lease, or other¬ 
wise hotels and hotel accommodation, lodging- 
houses, rooming-houses, and other places of 
dwelling, and to buy, sell, let, and exchange 
the same: 

(b.) To carry on business as hotelkeepers, 
rooming-house keepers, lodging-house keepers, 
and (or) to operate hotels and inns within 
the meaning of the “ Innkeepers Act”: 

(r.) To buy, sell, lease, let, hire, or other¬ 
wise deal in cafes, and cafe businesses and 
premises required in conjunction with any 
such business, and whether in conjunction with 
the hotel business or separately: 













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1091 


(d.) To carry on the business of restaura¬ 
teurs, caterers, and dealers in foods, both re¬ 
tail and wholesale, as the Company may deem 
advisable: 

(e.) To buy, sell, exchange, hire, lease, or 
otherwise deal in premises suitable for beer- 
parlours in such manner as to the Company 
may seem fit: 

(/.) To acquire by purchase, assignment, 
lease, hire, or by licence or otherwise, and to 
hold and (or) operate, any beer-parlour or 
beer-parlours licensed or to be licensed to 
operate as licensed premises under the 
“ Government Liquor Act ” of the Province of 
British Columbia, or any other lawful author¬ 
ity, and to apply for any licence therefor. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2217-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20479. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Comet Taxi¬ 
cabs, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 6th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 415-16 
Rogers Building, 470 Granville Street, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of taxicab, 
omnibus, cab, bicycle, motor-cycle, and garage 
proprietors, and other public or private con¬ 
veyance proprietors and repairers thereof: 

( b .) To carry on the business of running 
taxicabs, motor-omnibuses, motor-trucks, bicy¬ 
cles, and motor-cycles, and any other convey¬ 
ances of all kinds, and on such lines as the 
Company may think fit, and to transport pas¬ 
sengers and goods, and generally to carry on 
the business of common carriers: 

(c.) To pay for any business, property, or 
rights acquired or agreed to be acquired by 
this Company, and generally to satisfy any 
obligation of this Company by the issue or 
transfer of shares of this or any other com¬ 
pany, credited as fully or partly paid up, or 
of debentures or other securities of this or any 
other company: 

( d .) To do all such other things as are in¬ 
cidental or conducive to the attainment of the 
above objects. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2217-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20459. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Howard 
Morris Oil Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 3rd day 
of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one thou¬ 
sand shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 660 
Howe Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of trucking, 
hauling, cartage, and transporting all manner 
of goods, products, and things: 

(b.) To carry on the business of common 
carriers, forwarding agents, warehousemen, 
bonded carriers, and general trucking and 
motor transport business: 

(c.) To buy, sell, exchange, or otherwise 
acquire motor-vehicles of all kinds, parts, 
equipment, motor-fuel, lubricants, and petrol¬ 
eum products of every description: 

(d.) To enter into and carry into effect any 
arrangement for joint working in business or 
for sharing of profits or for amalgamation 


with any other business or any partnership or 
person carrying on business within the objects 
of this Company: 

(e.) To lend money to the shareholders and 
directors of the Company, or to any other per¬ 
son, partnership, or company, as part of the 
ordinary course of the Company’s business, 
which lending shall be in the ordinary course 
of its business: 

(/'.) To raise or borrow, and to assist in 
raising or borrowing, money for and, subject 
to the “ Insurance Act,” to aid by way of 
guarantee or otherwise any person or associa¬ 
tion : 

( g .) To make gifts and donations to any 
person, firm, or corporation for any purpose 
whatsoever, whether the said person, firm, or 
corporation be a member of this Company or 
not. 

And it is hereby declared that the word 
“ company ” in the above clauses shall be 
deemed to include any partnership or any 
other body of persons, whether incorporated or 
not incorporated, and that the objects set 
forth in any of the said clauses or subclauses 
shall not, except where the context expressly 
so requires, be anywise limited or restricted 
by reference to or by inference from the terms 
of any other clause or subclause. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2201-apll Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20474. 

'jVTOTICE is hereby given that “B.C. Hard- 
4-’ ware (1946), Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 6th day 
of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
seventy-five thousand dollars, divided into 
seven hundred and fifty shares of one hun¬ 
dred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 724 
Fort Street, Victoria, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of wholesale 
and retail merchants of and dealers in hard¬ 
ware, tools, machinery, building supplies, and 
merchandise of every kind and description: 

(b.) To carry on the business of plumbers, 
gas-fitters, painters, decorators, electricians, 
and general contractors. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2217-apll Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Co-operative Associations Act.” 

Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 573. 

HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Western Troll- 
ers Co-operative Association ” has this day 
been incorporated as an Association under the 
“ Co-operative Associations Act ” and that the 
denomination of its shares is ten dollars each. 

The registered office of the Association will 
be situate at Port Albion, Province of British 
Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
first day of April, one thousand nine hundred 
and forty-six. 

[L.S.] S. W. TAYLOR, 

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Association are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of commercial 
fishing m all its branches by all and whatever 
lawful means: 

(5.) To take, purchase, acquire, and other¬ 
wise deal with fish and the products of fish: 












1092 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


(c.) To build, purchase, and otherwise 
acquire and to charter boats, ships, vessels, 
barges, and scows commonly used in the fishing 
business or any of its branches: 

( d .) To make arrangements with persons 
engaged in any trade, business, or profession, 
and otherwise, for the concessions to the Asso¬ 
ciation’s members, ticket-holders, and others of 
any special rights, privileges, and advantages, 
and in particular in regard to the supply of 
goods: 

(e.) To make gifts and donations to any 
person, firm, or corporation, whether such per¬ 
son, firm, or corporation be a member of this 
Association or not, and in particular to remu¬ 
nerate any person or corporation introducing 
business to this Association: 

(/.) To lend money to any person or com¬ 
pany, wheresoever incorporated, being a mem¬ 
ber of the Association, or having dealings with 
the Association, or with whom the Association 
proposes to have dealings, and to guarantee 
the contracts of any such person or company. 

2199-apll 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20461. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Alliance 
Lumber Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 3rd day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into two 
hundred redeemable preference shares of one 
hundred dollars each, and five hundred com¬ 
mon shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 
McBi’ide, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To buy, sell, produce, and otherwise 
deal in logs, timber, lumber, shingles, and prod¬ 
ucts of the forest of every kind and description: 

(6.) To carry on anywhere within or with¬ 
out Canada the business of loggers, sawmill 
operators, shingle-mill owners and operators, 
lumbermen, and lumber merchants in any and 
all their branches; to buy, sell, prepare for 
market, manufacture, manipulate, import, ex¬ 
port, and deal in sawlogs, piles and poles, ply¬ 
woods, wood fuel, and wood of all kinds; and 
to manufacture and deal in lumber, shingles, 
laths, sashes and doors, portable or prefabri¬ 
cated houses, and all other articles and mate¬ 
rials in the manufacture whereof logs, lumber, 
shingles, or any other wood is used: 

(c.) To purchase for cash or on terms, or 
otherwise acquire, maintain, keep, and improve 
all kinds of sawmills, logging camps and oper¬ 
ations, and other buildings, plant, and machin¬ 
ery of every description in connection there¬ 
with, timber leases, licences, and timber lands 
for the purpose only of producing or manufac¬ 
turing logs, lumber, shingles, piles and poles, 
plywoods, and other wood products, and to 
acquire for such purposes patent rights and 
trade-marks: 

( d .) To construct, carry out, acquire by pur¬ 
chase, or otherwise maintain, improve, manage, 
work, control, and superintend all logging-rail¬ 
ways, tramways on lands owned or controlled 
by the Company, and trails, roads, streets, 
skidways, bridges, reservoirs, flumes, water¬ 
courses, aqueducts, wharves, piers, trucks, fac¬ 
tories, mills, warehouses, and other works and 
conveniences which the Company may think 
directly or indirectly conducive to any of its 
objects, and to contribute or otherwise assist or 
take part in the construction, maintenance, 
development, working, control, and manage¬ 
ment thereof: 

(e.) To clear and remove obstructions from 
any lake, river, creek, or stream, and to deepen 
channels, remove shoals, or otherwise improve 
the floatability of any river, lake, creek, or 
stream: 

(/.) As ancillary to the objects aforesaid, to 
advance, deposit, or lend money, securities, and 


property to or with such persons and on such 
terms as may seem exepedient, and to discount, 
buy, sell, and deal in bills, notes, warrants, 
coupons, and other negotiable or transferable 
securities or documents: 

(g.) Also as ancillary to the objects afore¬ 
said, to purchase or acquire on terms of pay¬ 
ment or otherwise real and personal property 
of any and every kind whatsoever, and any 
claims, privileges, licences, concessions, fran¬ 
chises, or other advantages which the Company 
may lawfully acquire, and to pay for the same 
in whole or in pai’t, or for services rendered or 
to be rendered by the issuance and delivery to 
the seller of shares, bonds, debentures, or 
debenture stock of the Company, and for such 
purposes to issue shares, debentures, or de¬ 
benture stock: 

(h.) To take part in the management, super¬ 
vision, or control of the business or operations 
of any company or undertaking, and for that 
purpose to appoint and remunerate any direc¬ 
tors, accountants, or other experts or agents. 

And it is hereby declared that the word 
“ company ” in this clause shall be deemed to 
include any partnership or any other body of 
persons, whether incorporated or not incorpo¬ 
rated, and whether domiciled in the Dominion 
of Canada or elsewhere, and the intention is 
that the objects specified in each paragraph of 
this clause shall, except where otherwise ex¬ 
pressed in such paragraph, be independent 
main objects, and shall be in nowise limited or 
restricted by reference to or inference from the 
terms of any other paragraph or the name of 
the Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2201-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20465. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Columbia 
Engineering and Management Company, 
Limited (Non-Personal Liability),” was incoi’- 
porated under the “ Companies Act ” as a Spe¬ 
cially Limited Company on the 4th day of 
April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
one hundred thousand dollars, divided into two 
hundred thousand shares of fifty cents each. 

The address of its registered office is Rooms 
901-3, Rogers Building, 470 Granville Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects of the Company are restricted to 
the following, namely:— 

(a.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, dis¬ 
covery, location, or otherwise, and to hold, 
mines, mineral claims, mining lands, prospects, 
licences, and mining rights of every descrip¬ 
tion, and to work, develop, operate, turn to 
account, sell, or otherwise dispose thereof: 

(6.) To dig, drill, or bore for, raise, crush, 
wash, smelt, reduce, refine, amalgamate, assay, 
analyse, and otherwise treat gold, silver, cop¬ 
per, lead, iron, coal, petroleum, natural gas, 
and any other ore, deposit, metal, or mineral 
whatsoever, whether belonging to the Company 
or not, and to render the same merchantable, 
and to buy. sell, and deal in the same or any 
product thereof: 

(c.) To engage in any branch of mining, 
smelting, milling, and refining minerals: 

(cl.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise timber lands, leases, or 
claims, i-ights to cut timber, surface rights and 
rights-of-way, water rights and privileges, 
patents, patent rights and concessions, and 
other real or personal property: 

(e.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise, and to construct, operate, 
maintain, or alter, trails, roads, ways, tram¬ 
ways, reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and other 
ways, watercourses, canals, aqueducts, pipe¬ 
lines, wells, tanks, bridges, wharves, piers, 
mills, pumping plants, factories, foundries, 
furnaces, coke-ovens, crushing-works, smelting- 
works, concentrating-works, refining-works, 








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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1093 


hydraulic, electrical, and other works and ap¬ 
pliances, power devices and plants of every 
kind, laboratories, warehouses, boarding-houses, 
dwellings, buildings, machinery, plant, and 
other works and conveniences, and to buy, sell, 
manufacture, and deal in all kinds of goods, 
stores, provisions, implements, chattels, and 
effects: 

(/.) To build, purchase, lease, hire, charter, 
navigate, use, and operate cars, wagons, and 
other vehicles, boats, ships, and other vessels: 

(g.) To sell or otherwise dispose of ore, 
metal, oil, gas, or mineral product, and to take 
contracts for mining-work of all kinds, and to 
accept as the consideration shares, stock, de¬ 
bentures, or other securities of any limited 
company, wheresoever incorporated and carry¬ 
ing on any business, directly or indirectly, con¬ 
ducive to the objects of a specially limited 
company, if such shares (except the shares of a 
company having non-personal liability), stock, 
debentures, or other securities are fully paid 
up, and to sell or otherwise dispose thereof. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2198-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT ” 

No. 20456. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Kenton, 
Ltd.,” was incorporated under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” on the 3rd day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into 
twenty-five thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 653 
Yates Street, Victoria, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To carry on business as jewellers, 
diamond and gem merchants, goldsmiths, sil¬ 
versmiths, dealers in china, curiosities, articles 
of vertu, objects of art, medals, coins, bullion, 
precious stones, stationery, luggage, electrical 
goods, glassware, silver and silverplate ware, 
pictures, prints, and such other merchandise, 
articles, and goods as the Company may con¬ 
sider capable of being conveniently dealt in in 
relation to its business, and as manufacturers 
of and dealers in gold and silver plate, plated 
articles, jewellery, cutlery, watches, clocks, 
chronometers, and optical and scientific instru¬ 
ments and appliances of every description, and 
as repairers of watches, jewellery, and other 
articles, and as engravers, electroplaters, com¬ 
mission agents, and general merchants, and to 
establish factories for manufacturing goods 
for the above businesses. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2200-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20448. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ H. W. 
Dickie, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 2nd day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is at the 
office of H. W. Dickie, Station Street, Duncan, 
B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To engage in the business of buying 
and selling real estate in any branch of the 
said business of any kind whatsoever, and to 
act as agent of any person or body corporate 
in any way connected with the said business, 
and generally to carry on, operate, and main¬ 
tain the said business in any or all of its 
branches of any kind whatsoever, for or on be¬ 
half of any person or body corporate, or 
municipal of governmental authority, or for 
itself, this Company, for and in respect of any 
of the foregoing objects and purposes: 


( b .) To undertake and carry into effect all 
such financial, trading, or other operations in 
connection with the objects of the Company as 
to the directors may seem advisable, including 
the investment of the Company’s capital in any 
real or personal property: 

(c.) To allot the shares of the Company, 
credited as fully or partly paid up, as the 
whole or part of the purchase price of any 
real or personal property, or as the whole or 
part payment for services rendered to the 
Company, or for any valuable consideration, 
and as preference shares or otherwise, with 
power to convert shares issued and alloted as 
ordinary shares into preference shares: 

(d. ) To increase or reduce the capital of 
the Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2200-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20473. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Don Harvey 
Enterprises, Ltd.,” was incorporated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 6th day of 
April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty thousand dollars, divided into two thou¬ 
sand shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 211 
Pemberton Building, 625 Fort SOreet, Victoria, 
B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of general 
financial, real-estate, and insurance agents, in¬ 
vestment-brokers, manufacturers’ agents, com¬ 
mission agents, and general agents, general 
valuators and appraisers: 

(b.) To manage property, buildings, and 
estates, including the collecting of rentals, in¬ 
terest, income, and payments of all kinds, and 
to pay all accounts in connection therewith: 

(c.) To procure investments, negotiate 
loans, and buy, sell, and deal in mortgages, 
agreements for sale, shares, stocks, bonds, de¬ 
bentures, notes, securities, and obligations of 
all kinds: 

(d. ) To lend money to such persons, firms, 
or corporations and on such terms and upon 
such security as may seem expedient, and to 
give any guarantee for the payment of any 
money or the performance of any obligation 
or undertaking of any customer or person: 

(e.) To acquii’e, develop, or improve, sub¬ 
divide, dedicate, sell, or manage any land in 
which the Company may be or become in¬ 
terested, and to build thereon houses, stores, 
apartments, or other buildings and works of 
every description necessary for the develop¬ 
ment and exploitation thereof. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2217-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20464. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ L. & W. Con¬ 
struction, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 4th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is C. F. 
Davie, K.C., Station Street, Duncan, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To engage in and carry on the business 
of contractors, merchants, construction oper¬ 
ators, and agents, whether general or special, 
including a timber business in all the branches 
thereof, and whether as manufacturers, ship¬ 
pers, or otherwise howsoever as may seem to 
the directors calculated, direectly or indirectly, 
to promote the Company’s business: 














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[April 18th, 1946. 


( b .) To undertake and carry into effect all 
such financial, trading, or other operations in 
connection with the objects of the Company as 
to the directors may seem advisable, including 
the investment of the Company’s capital in any 
real or personal property: 

(c.) To allot the shares of the Company, 
credited as fully or partly paid up, as the 
whole or part of the purchase price of any real 
or personal property, or as the whole or part 
payment for services rendered or to be ren¬ 
dered to the Company, or for any valuable con¬ 
sideration, and as preference shares or other¬ 
wise, with power to convert shares issued and 
allotted as ordinary shares into preference 
shares: 

(d.) To increase or reduce the capital of the 
Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2199-apll Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 


ture, produce, adapt, prepare, buy, sell, and 
otherwise deal in any materials, articles, or 
things required in connection with or inci¬ 
dental to such business: 

(d) To carry on anywhere within or with¬ 
out Canada the business of timber merchants, 
sawmill, shingle-mill, and pulp-mill owners, 
loggers, lumbermen, and lumber merchants m 
any and all their branches; to buy, sell, pre¬ 
pare for market, manipulate, import, export, 
and deal in sawlogs, timber, piles and poles, 
lumber and wood of all kinds, and to manu¬ 
facture and deal in lumber, timber, shingles, 
laths, sashes and doors, portable houses, build- 
in°'s, and all articles and materials in the 
manufacture whereof timber, lumber, or wood 
is used; and in particular to manufacture, im¬ 
port, export, buy, sell, and deal in all classes 
of goods and materials generally used in con¬ 
nection with the construction of bowling- 
alleys, and incidental thereto or necessary 
therefor; and to carry on the business of bowl- 


No. 20460. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Lance Bis- 
sett, Limited,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 3rd day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one thousand 
shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 509 
Richards Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To purchase or otherwise acquire all or 
part of the business heretofore carried on in 
Vancouver, British Columbia, by Lance Bissett, 
and to pay for the same either in cash or in 
shares of this Company, or partly in cash and 
partly in shares: 

( b .) To carry on a general agency, import¬ 
ing, and exporting business, and in particular 
to act as agent for, suppliers of, and dealers 
in stationery, office furniture, supplies, and 
equipment: 

(c.) To carry on a general mercantile busi¬ 
ness, both wholesale and retail. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2201-apll Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20462. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ National 
Manufacturing Company, Limited,” was 
incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 4th day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into two 
thousand five hundred shares of ten dollars 
each. 

The address of its registered office is 706 
Royal Trust Building, 626 Pender Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of importers 
and exporters of, and to buy, sell, and deal in, 
all kinds and descriptions of goods, wares, and 
merchandise, and to carry on the business of 
custom-house brokers, warehousemen, for¬ 
warders, carriers, carters, and other like busi¬ 
nesses, and to buy, sell, and generally deal in 
wares, merchandise, articles, or effects directly 
or indirectly relating to any of the said busi¬ 
nesses: 

(b.) To act as agents, commission agents, 
commission merchants, brokers, or representa¬ 
tives in Canada and any foreign country or 
countries for Canadian or foreign commercial 
houses, and for other persons, firms, or corpo¬ 
rations : 

(c.) To carry on any or all lines of business 
as manufacturers, producers, merchants 
(wholesale and retail) importers and export¬ 
ers generally, without limitation as to class of 
products and merchandise; and to manufac¬ 


ing-alley proprietors. 
2201-apll 


S. W. TAYLOR, 
Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20472. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Robertson 
Hilliard Cattell Realty Company, Limited,” 
was incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” 
on the 5th day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifteen thousand dollars, divided into fifteen 
thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 532 
Ward Street, Nelson, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To establish and carry on the several 
businesses of brokers, stock-brokers, stock- 
salesmen, stock-underwriters, mining-brokers, 
insurance agents, and general financial brok¬ 
ers, and to carry on a general brokerage busi¬ 
ness in all its branches: 

( b .) To transact all kinds of agency busi¬ 
ness, to negotiate loans, to find investments, to 
carry on business as capitalists, financiers, 
brokers, and agents; to purchase or otherwise 
acquire, sell, dispose of, and deal in real and 
personal property of all kinds, and in particu¬ 
lar lands, shares, stocks, securities, book debts, 
and any interest in real and personal property, 
and any claims against such property or 
against any person or company; to advance 
money on the security of stocks or shares; to 
buy, sell, and deal in warrants, bills of lading, 
warehouse receipts, choses in action, coupons, 
and other negotiable or transferable or non- 
negotiable securities or documents; to carry 
on business as promoters, and to form, consti¬ 
tute, float, assist, and control companies, syndi¬ 
cates, and undertakings: 

(c.) To take part in the management, super¬ 
vision, or control of the business or operation 
of any company or undertaking, and for that 
purpose to appoint and remunerate any direc¬ 
tors, accountants, or other experts or mana¬ 
gers : 

(d.) To transact and carry on all kinds of 
financial agency business, and in particular in 
relation to the investment of money, the sale 
of property, and the collection and receipt of 
money: 

(e.) To take, lease, hire, purchase, manu¬ 
facture, or otherwise acquire and own, and to 
sell, hire, lease, pledge, mortgage, and other¬ 
wise deal in and with, all kinds of goods, wares, 
chattels, merchandise, and other pei'sonal 
property: 

(/.) To purchase, lease, take in exchange, 
or otherwise acquire lands or interests therein, 
together with any building or structures which 
may be on the said lands or any of them, and 
to sell, lease, exchange, or otherwise dispose of 
the whole or any portion of the lands and all 
or any of the buildings or structures that are 












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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1095 


now or may hereafter be erected theeon, and 
to take such security therefor as may be deemed 
necessary, and to erect buildings and deal in 
building material, and to improve, alter, and 
manage the said land and building: 

(g.) To assist in the promotion, organiza¬ 
tion, development, or management of any syn¬ 
dicate, corporation, or company, and to raise 
and assist in raising money for and to aid by 
way of bonus, loan, promise, endorsement, 
guarantee of bonds, debentures, or other securi¬ 
ties or otherwise any syndicate, other company, 
or corporation, and to offer for public sub¬ 
scription any shares, stocks, bonds, debentures, 
or other securities of any syndicate, other com¬ 
pany, or corporation: 

( h.) To enter into any arrangements with 
any authorities (municipal, local, or otherwise) 
that may seem conducive to the Company’s 
objects or any of them, and to obtain from 
any such authority any rights, privileges, and 
concessions which the Company may think it 
desirable to obtain, and to carry out, exercise, 
and comply with the terms of the same: 

(i.) To sell or dispose of the undertaking of 
the Company or any part thereof for such con¬ 
sideration as the Company may think fit, and 
in particular for shares, debentures, or securi¬ 
ties of any other company having objects 
altogether or in part similar to those of the 
Company: 

( j .) To distribute any of the assets of the 
Company among its members in specie: 

(k). To do all or any of the above things in 
any pai’t of the world, and either as principal, 
agent, contractor, or otherwise, and either 
alone or in conjunction with others, and either 
by or through agents, sub-contractors, or 
otherwise: 

( l .) To do all such other things as are inci¬ 
dental or conducive to the attainment of the 
above objects, or any of them, so that the 
objects specified in each paragraph of this 
clause shall, except when otherwise explained 
in such paragraph, be in nowise restricted or 
limited by reference to or inference from the 
terms of any other paragraph or the name of 
the Company: Provided always that nothing- 
in the foregoing objects contained shall be 
deemed to authorize or empower the Corpora¬ 
tion to transact any business or to do anything 
whereby it may be brought within the scope of 
the “ Trust Companies Act ” or the “ Insur¬ 
ance Act.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2216-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20469. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Hudson Sup¬ 
plies, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 5th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is Suite 
311, 602 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of dealers in 
builders’ supplies, and to manufacture, pro¬ 
duce, adapt, prepare, buy, sell, and otherwise 
deal in insulating and building materials and 
products, and all materials used in the con¬ 
struction of buildings and structures of all 
kinds: 

(b.) To carry on business as general lumber 
merchants, both wholesale and retail, and deal¬ 
ers in all products of the forest, stone, sand, 
lime, bricks, gravel, composition products, 
paints, oils, hardware, and other building or 
contractors’ supplies of every description: 

(c.) To carry on the businesses of manufac¬ 
turers, importers, exporters, and general mer¬ 
chants in all their branches, both wholesale 


and retail, and the business of warehousemen, 
forwarders, and distributers in all their re¬ 
spective branches: 

(cl.) To act as agents, brokers, jobbers, 
merchants, and representatives in British Co¬ 
lumbia for any person, firm, or corporation, 
whether Canadian or foreign, and to deal in 
goods, wares, products, and merchandise, either 
as principals or agents, and upon commission, 
consignment, or otherwise: 

(e.) To make gifts and donations to any 
person, firm, or corporation for any purpose 
whatsoever, whether such person, firm, or cor¬ 
poration be a member of this Company or not: 

(/.) To buy, sell, exchange, lease, or other¬ 
wise deal in real estate, in immovable property, 
and generally to carry on the business of l’eal- 
estate agents in all its branches: 

(g.) To carry on the business of financiers, 
and to negotiate loans of every description, and 
to buy, finance, sell, and dispose of products of 
all descriptions, and stocks, shares, bonds, 
moi’tgages, debentures, or obligations: 

(li.) To buy, sell, manufacture, install, re¬ 
pair, maintain, convert, alter, let on hire, and 
otherwise deal in machinery, implements, 

goods, chattels, accessories, and equipment of 

all kinds. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2216-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20449. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ The Guichon 
Cattle Company, Limited,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 2nd 
day of April, 1946. 

The Company is authorized to issue five 
thousand shares without nominal or par value. 

The address of its registered office is Quil- 
chena, in the County of Yale, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To acquire and take over as going con¬ 
cerns the businesses known as “ The Guichon 
Ranch ” and “ The Guichon Ranch Store,” and 
all or any of the assets and liabilities of the 
proprietor of those businesses in connection 
therewith, including the right to the use of the 
name as part of the name of the Company, and 
to pay for the same either in cash or in shares 
or in debentures or bonds of this Company, or 
partly in cash, partly in shares, and partly in 
debentures or bonds: 

( b.) To purchase, take on lease, or in ex¬ 
change, or otherwise acquire and hold real and 
personal property suitable for ranching pur¬ 
poses : 

(c.) To raise, buy, sell, and otherwise deal 
in farm produce, cattle, horses, sheep, hogs, 
chickens, ducks, turkeys, and all kinds of live 
stock, milk, butter, cheese, fruit, vegetables, 
and to carry on business as stock-raisers, 
farmers, dairymen, and agisters: 

(cl.) To erect and build abattoirs, freezing- 
houses, warehouses, cold-storage plants, sheds, 
and other buildings, and to carry on the busi¬ 
ness of dealers in meats and meat products: 

(e.) To carry on the business of general 
storekeepers and dealers in all kinds of goods, 
wares, and merchandise, whether wholesale or 
retail: 

(/•) To carry on the business of hotel, res¬ 
taurant, and refreshment-room proprietors, 
hirers of motors and other vehicles, motor- 
boats and boats of all kinds, garage proprie¬ 
tors, and any other business which can be con¬ 
veniently carried on in connection therewith: 

(g.) To carry on business as timber mer¬ 
chants and sawmill proprietors and to deal in 
timber and wood of all kinds: 

(h.) To purchase, take on lease, or other¬ 
wise acquire any mines, mining rights, and 
metalliferous land, and to work, develop, and 
turn to account the same, and to win, get, mine 
quarry, and prepare for market ore, coal, and 









1096 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


mineral substances of all kinds, and to sell 
and deal in the same, and to construct, main¬ 
tain, work, and control any roads, ways, tram¬ 
ways, and other works and conveniences which 
may be necessary in connection with the same: 

(i.) To develop, accumulate, and utilize 
water-powers for the purpose of generating 
electricity or other motive force, similar or 
otherwise, and to supply the same for the pro¬ 
duction, transmission, or use of power for 
lighting, heating, or motive purposes in con¬ 
nection with the buildings and other works of 
the Company, with authority to sell or other¬ 
wise dispose of any surplus electricity or power 
generated by the Company’s works, and to con¬ 
struct and operate lines for such purpose, sub¬ 
ject to all local and municipal and Provincial 
laws and regulations in that behalf. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2215- apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20470. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Interstate 
Associates, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 5th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 124 
Pacific Building, 744 Hastings Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

To print, bind, publish, and distribute books, 
articles, journals, newspapers, and pamphlets, 
and all types and classes of literary, artistic, 
or musical work, and to sell or otherwise deal 
with same; to hire or engage authors, writers, 
composers, or others to study, prepare, com¬ 
pile, or otherwise produce material for publi¬ 
cation; to hire or engage artists to make, 
design, or prepare all types of artistic, pic¬ 
torial, graphic, or other work, and to buy, sell, 
or otherwise deal in such material, either with 
or without publication; to act as literary 
agents, or in similar capacities, on a commis¬ 
sion basis or otherwise for all persons, com¬ 
panies, or organizations dealing in the material 
herein defined, and to acquire or to dispose of 
copyrights, or other evidences of ownership, in 
the same; to act as advei’tising agents and 
public relations counsel. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2216- apll Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20467. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ H. V. Deane- 
Freeman, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 5th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 1915 
Beach Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on anywhere within or with¬ 
out Canada the business of timber merchants, 
sawmill, shingle-mill, and pulp-mill owners, 
loggers, lumbermen, and lumber merchants in 
any and all their branches; to buy, sell, pre¬ 
pare for market, manipulate, import, export, 
and deal in logs, timber, piles and poles, lum¬ 
ber, and wood of all kinds, and to manufacture 
and deal in lumber, timber, shingles, laths, 
sashes and doors, portable houses, buildings, 
and all articles and materials in the manufac¬ 
ture whereof timber, lumber, or wood is used: 

(b.) To acquire the good-will of any busi¬ 
ness within the objects of the Company, and 
any lands, privileges, rights, contracts, prop¬ 


erty, or effects held or used in connection here¬ 
with, and upon any such purchase to undertake 
the liabilities of any company, association, 
partnership, or person: 

(c.) To act as financial or business agents, 
general or special, for domestic or foreign cor¬ 
porations, individuals, partnerships, associa¬ 
tions, organizations, and other entities: 

( d .) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turers’ agents or representatives, and to act in 
the capacity of agents for manufacturers of all 
kinds of goods and merchandise: 

(c.) To buy, sell, and otherwise deal in real 
estate. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2216-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20468. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Lew McLean, 
Ltd.,” was incorporated under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” on the 5th day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 309 
Empire Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To buy, sell, and otherwise dispose of, 
hold, own, manufacture, produce, export, im¬ 
port, and deal in, either as principals or agents, 
and upon commission, consignment, or other¬ 
wise, goods, wares, products of any kind and 
nature whatsoever, and to do a general com¬ 
mission merchant’s merchandise, brokerage, 
selling agent’s, and factor’s business in all 
kinds of goods, wares, and merchandise: 

( b.) To acquire the good-will of any busi¬ 
ness within the objects of the Company, and 
any lands, privileges, rights, contracts, prop¬ 
erty, or effects held or used in connection here¬ 
with, and upon any such purchase to under¬ 
take the liabilities of any company, association, 
partnership, or person: 

(c.) To act as financial or business agents, 
general or special, for domestic or foreign 
corporations, individuals, partnerships, asso¬ 
ciations, organizations, and other entities: 

( d .) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turers’ agents or representatives, and to act in 
the capacity of agents for manufacturers of all 
kinds of goods and merchandise. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2216-apll Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3037. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Bakers’ Allied 
4- Trades Association ” has this day been in- 
corpoi’ated as a Society under the “ Societies 
Act.” 

The locality in which the operations of the 
Society will be chiefly carried on is Vancouver, 
Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
second day of April, one thousand nine hun¬ 
dred and forty-six. 

[L.S.] S. W. TAYLOR, 

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are: To nromote, 
develop, and foster a spirit of fellowship, good¬ 
will, and mutual understanding amongst the 
members of the bakers’ allied trades and be¬ 
tween themselves and the members of the 
baking industry in British Columbia. 

2215-apl 1 














April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1097 


CERTIFICATES OF 
INCORPORATION. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 

“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3042. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ The Indepen- 
T dent Truck Owners and Operators Associ¬ 
ation ” has this day been incorporated as a 
Society under the “ Societies Act.” 

The locality in which the operations of the 
Society will be chiefly carried on is Province 
of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
tenth day of April, one thousand nine hundred 
and forty-six. 

[L.s.] S. W. TAYLOR, 

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are: To unite and 
co-ordinate independent truck owners and 
operators in the Province of British Columbia 
and to create friendly social and business co¬ 
operation between them; to maintain perma¬ 
nent contact with similar organizations in 
Canada and elsewhere; and to advance by 
education, invention, research, friendly associa¬ 
tion, and co-operative effort the mutual in¬ 
terests of all independent truck owners and 
operators. 2256-apl8 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20490. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Vancouver 
Rigging, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 10th day of 
April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is Room 
902, Royal Trust Building, 626 Pender Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To manufacture, buy, sell, and other¬ 
wise deal in rigging, equipment, and supplies 
of all kinds for boats, ships, and vessels of all 
kinds: 

( b.) To equip, rig, and outfit boats, ships, 
and vessels of all kinds: 

(c.) To build, purchase, take in exchange, 
or otherwise acquire and hold ships and ves¬ 
sels, or any shares or interests in ships or 
vessels, and also shares, stocks, and securities 
of any companies possessed of or interested in 
any ships or vessels, and to maintain, repair, 
improve, alter, sell, exchange, or let out to hire 
or charter, or otherwise deal with and dispose 
of, any ships, vessels, or shares or securities 
aforesaid: 

(d.) To carry on all or any of the business 
of ship-owners, ship-brokers, insurance-brokers, 
managers of shipping property, freight con¬ 
tractors, carriers by land and sea, barge-own¬ 
ers, lightermen, forwarding agents, ice mer¬ 
chants, refrigerating-storekeepers, warehouse¬ 
men, wharfingers, and general traders: 

(e.) To operate, move, and tow ships and 
vessels: 

(/.) To carry on the business of towing in 
all its branches: 

(g.) To carry on the business of ship- 
chandlers in all its branches: 

(h.) To carry on the business of ships’ 
agent in all its branches. 

(i.) To buy, sell, trade, and deal in shares, 
stocks, bonds, and other securities, either as 
principal or agent, and generally to carry on 
the business of stock-brokers in all its 
branches: 

7 


(j.) To subscribe for conditionally or un¬ 
conditionally, to underwrite, issue on commis¬ 
sion or otherwise, buy, sell, take, hold, deal in, 
and convert stocks, shares, and securities of 
all kinds, and to enter into partnership or into 
any arrangement for sharing profits, union of 
interest, reciprocal concession, or co-operation 
with any person, partnership, or company, and 
to promote and aid in promoting, constitute, 
form, or organize companies, syndicates, or 
partnerships of all kinds for the purpose of 
acquiring and undertaking any property and 
liabilities of this Company, or of advancing, 
directly or indirectly, the objects thereof, or 
for any other purpose which this Company 
may think expedient: 

( k .) To buy and sell, both as agent and on 
its own account, and to invest in every kind of 
real and personal property, and in particular 
real estate, mortgages, and agreements for 
sale of real property, and shares in other 
companies, and to take and give options upon 
real and personal estate, and to deal with 
property in any way, including, without limit¬ 
ing the generality of the word “ deal,” leasing 
and mortgaging: 

(Z.) To act as agents for insurance com¬ 
panies of all and every kind, insuring any kind 
of property against loss by fire, accident, or 
other thing whatsoever, or insuring against 
liability of any kind whatsoever, provided 
always that the company or companies for 
which this Company acts as agents must be 
lawfully entitled to carry on business in the 
Province of British Columbia: 

(to.) To carry on the business of fishing of 
all types, and in all its branches, and to treat, 
process, can, buy, sell, and deal in fish of all 
kinds, and all the products and by-products of 
the fishing industry: 

( n.) To carry on business as capitalists, 
financial agents, and real-estate brokers: 

(o.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise timber lands, leases, or 
claims, rights to cut timber, surface rights 
and rights-of-way, water rights and privileges, 
patents, patent rights and concessions, and 
other real or personal property: 

(p.) To build, purchase, lease, hire, charter, 
navigate, use, and operate aeroplanes, sea¬ 
planes, cars, wagons, and other vehicles, boats, 
ships, and other vessels : 

( q■) To lend money and negotiate loans: 

(?■.) To pay for any property or rights ac¬ 
quired by the Company for such consideration 
as the Company shall see fit, and particularly 
by shares of the Company, or partly in one 
way or partly in another. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2257-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20466. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ George H. 
Greer, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 5th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one hundred 
shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 345 
Victoria Street, Kamloops, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To purchase for investment or resale 
and to traffic in land and houses and other 
property of any tenure and any interest therein, 
and to create, sell, and deal in freehold and 
leasehold ground-rents, and to make advances 
upon the security of land or houses or other 
property, or any interest therein, and gener¬ 
ally to deal in, traffic by way of sale, purchase, 
lease, exchange, or otherwise land and houses, 
property, and any other property: 

(b.) To act as agents for any person, firm, 
or corporation in the investment of moneys, 
promotion of companies, importation or ex- 











1098 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


portation of goods and merchandise, and pur¬ 
chase and sale of real and personal property: 

(c.) To generally act as appraiser, valuator, 
or adjuster of real estate, personal estate, tim¬ 
ber, timber lands and leases, coal, oil, and 
mineral lands, stock, bonds and other securi¬ 
ties, goods, and chattels: 

( d .) To seek for and secure openings for 
the employment of capital in British Colum¬ 
bia and elsewhere, and with a view thereto to 
prospect, inquire, examine, explore, and test, 
and to dispatch and employ expeditions, com¬ 
missioners, experts, and other agents, and to 
report on all classes of property and enter¬ 
prises for local or foreign corporations or pri¬ 
vate persons or firms: 

(e.) To carry on and undertake any busi¬ 
ness, undertakings, transactions, or operation 
commonly carried on or undertaken by finan¬ 
ciers, promoters of companies, underwriters, 
merchants, capitalists, financial and real- 
estate agents, insurance agents, commission 
agents, general agents, brokers, and contrac¬ 
tors in the Province of British Columbia or 
elsewhere: 

(/.) To act as financial and business ad¬ 
visers and consultants: 

(g.) To act as the registered office or place 
of business of, and to manage and act as book¬ 
keepers of, any person, firm, syndicate, or 
corporation: 

(h.) To pay for any property or service 
acquired or rendered to the Company such 
consideration as the Company shall deem fit, 
and particularly by shares of the Company or 
partly in shares and partly in cash: 

(i.) To distribute any of the property of 
the Company among the members in specie. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2255-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 

“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3043. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Shipowners 
-A- Association (Deep Sea) of British Colum¬ 
bia ” has this day been incorporated as a 
Society under the “ Societies Act.” 

The locality in which the operations of the 
Society will be chiefly carried on is Vancouver 
and in the Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
eleventh day of April, one thousand nine hun¬ 
dred and foi'ty-six. 

[L.s.] S. W. TAYLOR, 

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are:— 

(a.) To promote the development of inter¬ 
ests of persons engaged in deep-sea ship¬ 
owning and operating as demise charterers of 
vessels of Canadian registry, and to maintain 
an association of persons directly or indirectly 
interested therein: 

(b.) To negotiate, arrange for, modify, abro¬ 
gate, or rescind wage-scales and regulations 
governing working conditions of deepsea-going 
personnel, and to enter into agreements in con¬ 
nection therewith, and to bind its members by 
such agreements: 

(c.) To promote harmony between employer 
and employee on deep-sea vessels of Canadian 
registry: 

( d.) To investigate and negotiate the adjust¬ 
ment of any dispute arising between employer 
and employee of such vessels: 

(e.) To promote and improve the physical 
welfare and safety of life of employees on such 
vessels, whether at home or abroad: 

(/.) To insure against losses, damages, risks, 
and liabilities of all kinds which affect the 
Society: 


(g.) To provide to its members any and all 
of the services which the Society is authorized 
to carry on: 

(h.) To compile and publish statistics of 
whatsoever nature the Society or its members 
may from time to time determine: 

(i.) To promote and foster such steps as 
may from time to time be deemed necessary or 
advisable for the maintaining of an adequate 
supply of competent deepsea-going personnel: 

(j.) To promote and foster the maintenance 
and development of deep-sea steamship owning, 
operating, and trading by Canadian citizens, 
firms, and corporations: 

(k.) To carry out all or any of the objects 
of the Society, and to do all or any of the 
above things as principals or agents, directly 
or otherwise, either alone or in conjunction 
with others: 

(/.) To do all such things as are incidental 
or conducive to the attainment of the objects 
of the Society. 2256-apl8 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20500. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Nygard Log¬ 
ging, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 11th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifteen thousand dollars, divided into one hun¬ 
dred and fifty shares of one hundred dollars 
each. 

The address of its registered office is 505 
Royal Trust Building, 626 Pender Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To acquire and own, either by lease or 
otherwise, timber lands and timber berths: 

( b .) To cut timber into logs and to mill and 
manufacture same into lumber of all kinds: 

(c.) To deal in timber and lumber and to 
market same, either as a manufacturer, whole¬ 
saler, or retailer thereof: 

( d .) To buy and sell timber or deal therein 
in every way: 

( e.) To purchase, sell, manufacture, or 
otherwise deal in machinery and equipment of 
all kinds, including automobiles, trucks, trail¬ 
ers, and all parts thereof: 

(/.) To do trucking incidental to its busi¬ 
ness and generally to do a regular trucking 
business: 

(g.) To rent, hire, lease, or otherwise make 
use of machinery and equipment of all kinds. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2257-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 

“ Co-operative Associations Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 574. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ The Rossland 
-A- Consumer’s Co-operative Society ” has this 
day been incoi’porated as an Association under 
the “ Co-operative Associations Act ” and that 
the denomination of its shai-es is twenty-five 
dollars each. 

The registered office of the Association will 
be situate at Rossland, Province of British 
Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
tenth day of April, one thousand nine hundred 
and forty-six. 

[l.s.] S. W. TAYLOR, 

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Association are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of distributing 
goods and services in all branches, whether 
wholesale or retail; to buy, sell, manufacture, 
and deal in goods, stores, articles for consump- 












April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1099 


tion for personal use or adornment or other¬ 
wise, and chattels and effects of all kinds; to 
transact business for other persons or corpo¬ 
rations as agents; and to provide services of 
all kinds for the convenience and advantage of 
the members of the Association or its patrons: 

(b.) To make arrangements with persons 
engaged in trade, business, or profession, and 
others, for the concession to the Association’s 
members, ticket-holders, and others of any 
special rights, privileges, and advantages, and 
in particular in regard to the supply of goods 
and for services: 

(c.) To own and operate hotels, rooming- 
houses, restaurants, lunch-counters, libraries, 
gas-stations, garages, repair-shops, and ma¬ 
chine-shops : 

( d.) To buy, sell, rent, lease, mortgage, or 
otherwise acquire and dispose of any lands, 
building, machinery, and merchandise of 
every description; to erect, pull down, alter, or 
otherwise deal with any building thereon: 

( e .) To market goods or services of all sorts 
and kinds produced or rendered by members of 
the Association or otherwise. 2256-apl8 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 

“ Societies Act.” 

Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3041. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “Alberni District 
-L Fall Fair ” has this day been incorporated 
as a Society under the “ Societies Act.” 

The locality in which the operations of the 
Society will be chiefly carried on is the Alberni 
district and the Cities of Port Alberni and 
Alberni, Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
ninth day of April, one thousand nine hundred 
and forty-six. 

[L.S.] W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are: To hold, in 
each year, a fall fair in the Alberni district, 
and thereby to advance the interest of the 
public in the farming, stock-raising, industrial, 
sporting, and community activities of the said 
district, and to use the proceeds or any part 
thereof received from such fall fair as the 
executive of the Association may elect (subject 
to the veto powers of a majority of the mem¬ 
bers of the Association at any general meeting 
thereof) for the purpose of promoting or assist¬ 
ing any enterprise or enterprises designed to 
advance the civic or community welfare of the 
Alberni district. 2256-apl8 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20499. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Richmond 
Amusements, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 11th day 
of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, divided 
into two hundred and fifty thousand shares of 
one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 1720 
Marine Building, 355 Burrard Street, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of proprie¬ 
tors or managers of theatres, palaces and 
halls, kinematographic shows and exhibitions, 
and to permit the Company’s premises to be 
used for such other purposes as may seem 
expedient: 

( b .) To purchase, hire, or otherwise acquire 
any photographic and other apparatus in con¬ 
nection with kinematographic shows and exhi¬ 
bitions : 


(c.) To carry on generally the business of 
furnishing amusement to the public, including, 
without limiting the generality of the forego¬ 
ing, the construction and operation of build¬ 
ings, amusement-parks, theatres, and dance- 
halls to be used for any kind of athletics, 
sports, and games, including boxing, wrestling, 
baseball, alley bowling, lawn bowling, roller¬ 
skating, ice skating, or any other kind of 
amusement, recreation, sport, and entertain¬ 
ment : 

( d.) To operate gasoline filling-stations and 
a general garage business: 

(e.) To establish any clubs, hotels, or other 
conveniences in connection with the Company’s 
property and business, and to carry on the 
business of hotel, cafe, restaurant, and soda- 
fountain proprietors, a general merchandising 
business, and, subject to the provisions of the 
“ Government Liquor Act,” tavern-keepers: 

(/.) To carry on any other business which 
may seem to the Company capable of being 
conveniently carried on in connection with the 
above or calculated, directly or indirectly, to 
enhance the value of or render profitable any 
of the Company’s property or rights. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2258-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20497. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Hawkins & 
Company, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “Companies Act” on the 11th day 
of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty thousand dollars, divided into ten 
thousand preferred shares and ten thousand 
ordinary shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 1075 
Kingsway, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To carry on the business of real- 
estate agents, real-estate brokers, ship-brokers, 
general brokers, rental agents, insurance 
agents, estate agents and managers, and gen¬ 
eral agents of all kinds and factors, and to 
acquire, hold, lease, or otherwise deal with 
real property and personal property of all 
kinds, and in particular lands, buildings, 
hereditaments, business concerns, rooming- 
houses, hotels, and undertakings, mortgages, 
charges, patents, licences, leases and lease¬ 
holds, mineral claims, oil properties, shares, 
stocks, bonds, debentures, securities, book 
debts, claims, and choses in action, and any 
interest in any real estate and personal 
property. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2258-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20455. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Interior 
Welding & Machine Shop, Ltd.,” was in¬ 
corporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 3rd day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty thousand dollars, divided into two hun¬ 
dred shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 210 
Victoria Street, Kamloops, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the businesses of manufac¬ 
turers, welders, foundrymen, machinists, tool- 
makers, metal-workers, smiths, wood-workers, 
painters, and electricians in all of their 
branches: 

( b .) To manufacture, buy, sell, acquire, ex¬ 
change, repair, convert, alter, let or hire, set 
up, equip, and deal in engines, machinery, 
tools, rolling-stock, hardware, implements, and 
electrical and gas motors, supplies, and appli¬ 
ances of all kinds; and to acquire, buy, sell, 
exchange, and deal in all materials, metals, 














1100 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


and articles used in the manufacture, repair, 
and conversion, or used in any other way, in 
connection with any of the above-mentioned 
items: 

(c.) To carry on any business which may 
seem to the Company capable of being carried 
on in connection with the above so calculated, 
directly or indirectly, to enhance the value of 
the Company’s property or rights: 

(d.) To pay for any property or service 
acquired by or rendered to the Company such 
consideration as the Company shall deem fit, 
and particularly by shares of the Company or 
partly in cash and partly in shares: 

(e.) To lend or advance money to such cor¬ 
porations or persons, including members, and 
on such terms as may seem expedient, and to 
make such donations or gifts to such corpora¬ 
tions or persons as may be deemed expedient: 

(/.) To distribute any of the property of 
the Company among the members in specie. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2255-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20498. 

'M'OTICE is hereby given that “National 

’ Distributors, Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 11th day 
of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into two 
thousand five hundred shares of ten dollars 
each. 

The address of its registered office is Room 
208, Inns of Court Building, 678 Howe Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To transact all kinds of agency busi¬ 
ness; to carry on business as capitalists, 
brokers, and manufacturers; to purchase, sell, 
and deal in real or personal property of all 
kinds, and in particular lands, shares, stocks, 
book debts, and any interest in real or per¬ 
sonal property; to loan any of the funds of 
the Company to any shareholders of the Com¬ 
pany or any other person, firm, or corporation: 

(b.) To import, export, distribute, rent, buy 
or sell, manufacture, or otherwise deal in auto¬ 
matic phonographs, domestic and commercial 
appliances, novelties, and other such goods, 
wares, and merchandise, both retail as well 
as wholesale: 

(c.) To enter into contracts with firms, per¬ 
sons, and corporations for the purpose of estab¬ 
lishing sub-agencies for the merchandising or 
dealing in goods, materials, and services with 
which the Company is concerned. 


2258-apl8 


S. W. TAYLOR, 
Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20488. 

'M'OTICE is hereby given that “ Two Skiers, 
TV Limited,” was incorporated under the 
Companies Act” on the 9th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into two 
hundred and fifty shares of one hundred dol¬ 
lars each. 

The address of its registered office is 511 
Howe Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are. - '— 


tiles of any kind, and any other kinds of goods 
and merchandise, either as principal or agent, 
and upon commission, consignment, or other¬ 
wise : 

(6.) To carry on any or all of the businesses 
of importers, exporters, manufacturers’ agents, 
commission agents, forwarding agents, mer¬ 
cantile agents, factors and brokers, and gen¬ 
eral merchants or traders in relation to goods, 
wares, and merchandise of any kind: 

(c.) To operate and maintain stores, shops, 
warehouses, and offices for any of the forego¬ 
ing purposes: 

(d.) To purchase or otherwise acquire, hire, 
charter, let, operate, or otherwise deal in or 
dispose of motor stage-coaches, motor-buses, 
cabs, motor-cars, automobiles, trucks, or other 
motor-vehicles of any kind for the transporta¬ 
tion for hire or otherwise of passengers and 
persons for sightseeing, sporting, athletic, or 
any other purposes, and freight, goods, wares, 
merchandise, or any other property, and to 
operate stage and express services. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2256-apl8 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Societies Act-.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3039. 

7 HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Downtown 
_ Business Association ” has this day been 
incorporated as a Society under the “ Societies 
Act.” 

The locality in which the operations of the 
Society will be chiefly carried on is Vancouver, 
Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
eighth day of April, one thousand nine hundred 
and forty-six. 

[L.S.] W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are: To promote 
the economic, commercial, and social welfare 
of the City of Vancouver as affected by the 
central business district thereof; to make 
studies of and advance any project, plan, or 
improvement designed to benefit the city as a 
whole and the said district in particular; to 
co-operate with and aid any person, body, 
association, or group in projects designed to 
benefit the city and the said district; to dis¬ 
seminate information to the public concerning 
the welfare of the city and the said district; 
and generally to act in any and all matters 
for the benefit of the said city and district. 
The activities of the Society shall be non- 
political. 2255-apl8 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20491. 

'M'OTICE is hereby given that “ Canex Com- 

’ Pany, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “Companies Act” on the 10th day of 
April, 1946. 

fhe authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into 
twenty-five thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 701 
Rogers Building, 470 Granville Street, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: — 


(a.) To buy, sell, exchange, import, manu¬ 
facture, produce, repair, or otherwise acquire, 
deal in, or dispose of, and either by wholesale 
or retail, sporting goods and equipment for use 
in any kind of sports, games, or athletic or 
sporting pursuits, men’s and women’s clothing 
and equipment, suits, dresses, haberdashery, 
underwear, hosiery, fabrics, materials, and tex¬ 


(a.) To buy, sell, and deal in goods, wares, 
and merchandise of all kinds and description 
whatsoever: 

(b.) To enter upon and undertake the im¬ 
porting and exporting of goods, wares, and 
merchandise of every kind, character, and de¬ 
scription; to buy and sell such goods; and to 
do a general import and export business: 












April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1101 


(c.) To carry on a general trading and mer¬ 
cantile business as importers and dealers in 
all kinds of goods, wares, and merchandise, 
whether wholesale or retail: 

(d.) To act as commission or commercial 
agents in respect of all kinds of natural im¬ 
ported or manufactured products of every 
nature and description, and to buy and sell 
all such products upon a commission, salary, 
or other lawful consideration: 

( e .) To act and carry on business as bro¬ 
kers and agents generally for the buying and 
selling of merchantable commodities of every 
kind and description, and to make and enter 
into every and all kinds of lawful contracts 
in respect thereof: 

(/.) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turer of goods, wares, and merchandise of 
every kind and description whatsoever: 

(g.) The objects set forth in any subclause 
of this clause shall not be in anywise limited 
or restricted by reference to or inference from 
the terms of any other subclause. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2257- apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20493. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Victoria 
Book and Stationery Co., Ltd.,” was in¬ 
corporated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 
10th day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into ten 
thousand common shares and fifteen thousand 
preference shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 1002 
Government Street, Victoria, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To engage in business as a trading- 
company : 

(6.) To buy, sell, and deal in all kinds of 
stationery, office, and household supplies of all 
kinds, books, literature, and all kinds of mer¬ 
chandise : 

(c.) To trade in all kinds of real estate, as 
well as all kinds of personal property. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2258- apl8 Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Co-operative Associations Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 575. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ The Kimberley 
-L Co-operative Association ” has this day 
been incorporated as an Association under the 
“ Co-operative Associations Act ” and that the 
denomination of its shares is ten dollars each. 

The registered office of the Association will 
be situate at Kimberley, Province of British 
Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
eleventh day of April, one thousand nine hun¬ 
dred and forty-six. 

[l.s.] S. W. TAYLOR, 

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Association are:— 

(a.) To promote the economic welfare of its 
members by utilizing their united funds and 
efforts for the purchase, distribution, and pro¬ 
duction of commodities of good quality and for 
the performance of services in the interests of 
the members in the most economical way: 

( b .) To carry on the business of a store¬ 
keeper in all its branches, and in particular to 
buy, sell, manufacture, and deal in goods, 
stores, consumable articles, chattels, and effects 
of all kinds, both wholesale and retail, and to 
transact agency business: 


(c.) To make arrangements with persons 
engaged in any trade, business, or profession, 
and others, for the concession to the Associa¬ 
tion’s members, ticket-holders, and others of 
any special rights, privileges, and advantages, 
and in particular in regard to the supply of 
goods: 

(d.) To associate itself with other co-opera¬ 
tive associations throughout the Province of 
British Columbia, the Dominion of Canada, the 
United States of America, and countries 
abroad for mutual aid: 

(e.) To advance the co-operative movement 
as a system having service and not profit for 
its motive: 

(/.) To do such things as shall serve the 
economic and cultural welfare of its members 
and the public. 2256-apl8 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20503. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Hebb Real 
Estate Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 11th day of 
April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one hundred 
shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 102 
Royal Trust Building, 626 Pender Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of real-estate 
brokers and agents, and to act in the name of 
principal as general or special agents or at¬ 
torney in the acquisition, management, sale, 
assignment, transfer, encumbrance, convey¬ 
ance, or other disposition of any real or per¬ 
sonal property, the investment and collection 
of any moneys, rents, or other securities, and 
generally to act as the representative of any 
Government, body corporate, or persons in the 
transaction of business: 

(b.) Subject to the provisions of the “ In¬ 
surance Act ” and amendments, to carry on 
the business of insurance-brokers, insurance- 
adjusters, insurance-underwriters, and to act 
as agents for fire, life, marine, accident, guar¬ 
antee, indemnity, and all other kinds of in¬ 
surance : 

(c.) To transact and carry on all kinds of 
agency business, and in particular to collect 
rents and debts, and to negotiate loans, to 
find investments, and to issue and place 
shares, stocks, debentures, debenture stocks, 
or securities, and to lend or advance money 
on such terms as may seem expedient. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2257-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20494. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Cowichan 
Joinery, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 10th day of 
April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is at the 
office of C. F. Davie, K.C., Station Street, 
Duncan, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To engage in and carry on the business 
of carpentry and joinery in all the branches 
thereof, including, without limiting the gener¬ 
ality of the foregoing, the business of general 
or special merchandising, machine-shop opera¬ 
tors, and general or special agents, whether as 
manufacturers, shippers, dealers, or otherwise 
howsoever as may seem to the directors calcu¬ 
lated, directly or indirectly, to promote the 
Company’s business: 

















1102 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


( b .) To undertake and carry into effect all 
such financial, trading, or other operations in 
connection with the objects of the Company as 
to the directors may seem advisable, including 
the investment of the Company’s capital in any 
real or personal property: 

(c.) To allot the shares of the Company, 
credited as fully or partly paid up, as the whole 
or part of the purchase price of any real or 
personal property, or as the whole or part pay¬ 
ment for services rendered or to be rendered 
to the Company, or for any valuable considera¬ 
tion and as preference shares or otherwise, 
with power to convert shares issued and al¬ 
lotted as ordinary shares into preference 
shares: 

(cl.) To increase or reduce the capital of the 

Company. _ 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2257-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20482. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ B. & G. Gen¬ 
eral Store, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 8th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
thirty thousand dollars, divided into thirty 
thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 600-3 
Hall Building, 789 Pender Street West, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of a whole¬ 
sale, retail, and general store, and to carry on 
generally the business of a merchant; to carry 
on all or any of the businesses of dry-goods 
merchants, dry-goods manufacturers, furriers, 
clothiers, haberdashers, hosiers, manufacturers, 
exporters, wholesale and retail dealers of and 
in all kinds of fabrics, leathers, dresses, boot 
and shoe makers; manufacturers and im¬ 
porters and wholesale and retail dealers of 
and in leather goods, household furniture, 
ironmongery, china and glass ware, crockery, 
and other household fittings and utensils, orna¬ 
ments, bric-a-brac, stationery, notions, and 
fancy goods; dealers in meats and provisions, 
drugs, chemicals, and other articles and com¬ 
modities of personal and household use and 
consumption, and generally of and in all manu¬ 
factured goods, materials, provisions and prod 
uce, and personal property; to carry on any of 
the businesses of hotel proprietors, innkeepers, 
farm produce, coal and wood dealers, land, 
estate, and house agents, builders, contractors, 
auctioneers, cabinetmakers, upholsterers, fur¬ 
niture-removers, owners of depositories, ware¬ 
housemen, carriers, storekeepers, manufac¬ 
turers of and dealers in hardware, jewellery, 
plated goods, perfumery, soap, toilet articles 
of all kinds, and articles required for orna¬ 
ment, recreation, or amusement, gold and 
silver smiths, dealers in precious stones 
watchmakers, newspaper proprietors, book 
sellers, dealers in musical instruments, manu¬ 
facturers of and dealers in bicycles, tricycles, 
and motor cars and vehicles, and sporting 
goods of all kinds; and also refreshment con¬ 
tractors, restaurant-keepers, wine and liquor 
dealers, tobacconists, and dealers in mineral 
and aerated water and other liquids; barbers 
and hairdressers; photographers and dealers 
in photographic supplies and optical goods; 
printers, lithographers, and engravers; dealers 
in domestic, trained, and fancy animals; to 
manufacture, buy, sell, and deal in bread, 
cakes, pies, biscuits, crackers, confectionery, 
and all other products, also baking-powders 
and all substances and ingredients generally 
used in the making of baking-powders: 

(/>.) To buy, sell, manufacture, renair, alter 
and exchange, let or hire, imnort or export, 
and deal in all kinds of articles and things 
which may be required for the purposes of any 
of the said businesses, or commonly supplied 


or dealt in by persons engaged in any such 
business, or which may seem capable of being 
profitably dealt with in connection with any 
of the said businesses: , , . 

(c.) To carry on any and all lines ot busi¬ 
ness as manufacturers, producers, meichants, 
miners, loggers, boat operators, Haulers, con- 
tractors, and constructors without limiting the 
class of products and merchandise, and to 
manufacture, produce, adapt, buy, sell, and 
(or) otherwise deal in any or all such articles 
or things, including the organizing, reorganiz¬ 
ing, developing, controlling, and purchasing of 
or disposing of any types of such businesses, 
industries, etc., of whatsoever nature: 

( d .) To carry on the business of importers 
and exporters and dealers generally in farm 
produce and general merchandise of whatso¬ 
ever description, both new and used, and as 
principals or agents, and to own and operate 
general stores: 

(e.) To do all or any of the above things or 
to carry on any or all of the above businesses 
as principals, agents, servants, contractors, or 
otherwise, and either alone or in conjunction 
with others. 

The Company has excluded from its memo¬ 
randum of association the words “ which the 
Company may think necessary or convenient 
for the purpose of its business ” in clause (a) 
of subsection (1) of section 22 of the “ Com¬ 


panies Act.” 
2255-apl8 


W. L. LLEWELLYN, 
Deputy Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20504. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Clinton 
Hardware, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 11th day 
of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 1720 
Marine Building, 355 Burrard Street, Vancou¬ 
ver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on a hardware business and 
the general business of mei'chandising, includ¬ 
ing the buying and selling, wholesale and 
retail, of goods, wares, and merchandise of all 
kinds, and the operation of a general store in 
all its branches: 

( b.) To buy and sell, wholesale and retail, 
builders’ supplies, and to act as agents for 
manufacturers and others: 

(c.) To buy and sell, wholesale and retail, 
lumber and all products of the forest; to 
operate a lumber-yard: 

(d.) To carry on any other business which 
may seem to the Company capable of being 
beneficially carried on in connection with the 
above or calculated, directly or indirectly, to 
enhance the value of or render profitable any 
of the Company’s property or rights. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2257-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20496. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Humboldt 
Timber Holdings, Limited,” was incor¬ 
porated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 
11th day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
one million dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is Suite 
1607, Royal Bank Building, 685 Hastings 
Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on business of loggers, lum¬ 
bermen, sawmill, shingle-mill, pulp and paper 
mill proprietors and operators: 















April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1103 


( b .) To buy or otherwise acquire in any 
way, and to hold, sell, or deal with, any stocks, 
shares, securities, or obligations of any Gov¬ 
ernment, authority, corporation, or company, 
subject to section 146 of the “ Companies 
Act 

(c.) To allot credited as fully or partly paid 
up shares or bonds, debentures or debenture 
stock of the Company as the whole or part 
consideration for the purchase of any property 
acquired by the Company or for services ren¬ 
dered or other valuable consideration. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2258-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20495. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Ruskin 
Hideout, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 11th day of 
April, 1946. 

The Company is authorized to issue two 
thousand shares without nominal or par value. 

The address of its registered office is Ruskin, 
B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To own and (or) operate garages and 
service-stations: 

(6.) To act as agents for oil companies and 
deal in the products of the' said companies: 

(c.) To buy, sell, or otherwise deal in gaso¬ 
line, oil, automotive parts, and accessories, and 
all kindred products usual to a garage or ser¬ 
vice-station, either at wholesole or retail: 

( d .) To own and (or) operate auto camps 
to meet the needs of the travelling public: 

(e.) To own and (or) operate dining-rooms, 
lunch-counters, snack-bars, or other similar 
projects: 

(/.) To own and (or) operate grocery stores 
and meat markets: 

(g.) To own and (or) operate tobacconist 
stores, soda-fountains, and ice-cream parlours: 

( h. ) To own and (or) operate hotels, inns, 
or other stopping-places for the use of the 
travelling public: 

( i .) To engage in any undertaking which 
will facilitate the attainment of any or all of 
the foregoing objects or which will result in 
profit to the Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2258-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20510. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Seaboard 
Sheet Metal, Ltd.,” was incorporated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 12th day of 
April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one thou¬ 
sand shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 208 
Pacific Building, 744 Hastings Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To undertake and carry on the busi¬ 
nesses of sheet metal manufacturers, heating 
contractors, repair-men, roofers, machinists, 
plumbers, and founders: 

( b .) To purchase, sell, install, and repair 
sprinkler or other fire-protection systems and 
appliances, ventilating and dust-collecting sys¬ 
tems : 

(c.) To manufacture, buy, sell, exchange, or 
otherwise deal in sheet metal, pipe, valves, 
furnaces, boilers, radiators, appliances, and 
other kindred goods: 

( d.) To build, install, repair, buy, sell, ex¬ 
change, lease, or otherwise deal in manufactur¬ 
ing plants, mills, or electric installations, and 
to carry on all or any of the businesses of 
warehousemen, shippers, carriers, and general 
traders: 


(e.) To acquire by purchase, location, lease, 
exchange, or otherwise any lands, buildings, 
and real or personal property of every de¬ 
scription, and to construct, hold, sell, mort¬ 
gage, lease, exchange, or otherwise deal with 
warehouses, stores, dwelling-houses, or other 
premises whatsoever: 

(/.) To carry on business as wholesale or 
retail merchants, importers, exporters, manu¬ 
facturers’ agents, brokers, insurance or finan¬ 
cial agents: 

(g.) To carry on any other business which 
may seem to the Company capable of being 
conveniently carried on in connection with the 
above, or calculated, directly or indirectly, to 
enhance the value of the Company’s property 
or rights, and which it is not prohibited by law 
from carrying on: 

{li.) To do all such other acts as are inci¬ 
dental or conducive to the attainment of the 
above objects or any of them, and to exercise 
generally all such powers as may from time 
to time be exercisable by it under and by 
virtue of the “ Companies Act ” of British 
Columbia, or of any other governmental Act 
or authority. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2267-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20509. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Taylor Bros. 
Dyers, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 12th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thou¬ 
sand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 921 
Hall Building, 789 Pender Street West, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To acquire, own, carry on, hold, 
operate, manage, be interested in, turn to ac¬ 
count, mortgage, encumber, and alienate the 
following businesses in all their branches and 
departments, and all businesses and property 
and rights in connection therewith or ancil¬ 
lary thereto: Dyers, cleaners, chemists, reno¬ 
vators, launderers, tailors, merchants, agents, 
manufacturers, importers, exporters, and stor¬ 
age: 

( b.) To exercise all other powers, rights, 
and privileges competent to a Company in¬ 
corporated under the “ Companies Act ” or any 
Act in amendment thereto or substitution 
therefor: 

(c.) To carry out and exercise the afore¬ 
said objects, powers, rights, and privileges 
within the Province of British Columbia and 
elsewhere. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2267-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20492. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Central 
Holdings, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 10th day of 
April, 1946. 

The Company is authorized to issue twenty- 
five thousand shares without nominal or par 
value. 

The address of its registei’ed office is 800 
Hall Building, 789 Pender Street West, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To carry on the business of hotel, 
restaurant, cafe, tavern, licensed beer-house, 
refreshment-room, and lodging-house keepers, 
licensed victuallers, vendors of and dealers in 
aerated, mineral, and artificial waters and 
other drinks, purveyors and caterers for pub¬ 
lic amusements generally, automobile and 
carriage proprietors, garage-keepers, dairy- 
















1104 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


men, ice merchants, importers and brokers of 
food, of live and dead stock, and produce of 
all description, barbers, hairdressers, per¬ 
fumers, chemists, proprietors of baths, dress¬ 
ing-rooms, laundries, reading, writing, and 
newspaper rooms, libraries, grounds and 
places of amusement and recreation, sport, en¬ 
tertainment, and instruction of all kinds, 
tobacco and cigar merchants, agents for rail¬ 
way and shipping companies, carriers, vendors 
and dealers in books, papers, magazines, post¬ 
cards, theatrical and opera box-office pro¬ 
prietors, entrepreneurs and general agents, 
and any other business which can be con¬ 
veniently carried on in connection therewith. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2267-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20513. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ The Senator 
Grill, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 13th day of 
April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty thousand dollars, divided into twenty 
thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 4074 
Cambie Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To carry on business as cafe and 
restaurant proprietors, caterers, operators of 
cabarets and night-clubs. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2267-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20512. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Norman J. 
Hill Construction Co., Ltd.,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 12th 
day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into four hun¬ 
dred shares of twenty-five dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 554 
Selkirk Avenue, Victoria, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) The construction, alteration, and re¬ 
pair of buildings of all sorts: 

( b .) General construction-work, whether in 
relation to buildings or otherwise: 

(c.) The procurement and carrying-out of 
agencies of all kinds: 

(d.) The establishment and operation of a 
motor-transfer business in all its branches. 

The Company has excluded from its memo¬ 
randum of association clauses (j), (lc), (m) , 
(n ), (u) , and (v) of subsection (1) of section 
22 of the “ Companies Act.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2267-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20508. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Kelowna 
Beverages, Ltd.,” was incorporated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 12th day of 
April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 197 
Ellis Street, Kelowna, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on any and all of the busi¬ 
nesses of bottling, manufacturing, processing, 
and dealing in all kinds of beverages of a non¬ 
alcoholic nature, and all kinds of fruit-syrups, 
extracts, preserves, and similar chemicals, 
cordials, essences, syrups, and condiments: 


(b.) To buy, sell, and deal in and with ma¬ 
chinery, engines, bottles, siphons, corks, stop¬ 
pers, aerators, and receptacles of all kinds 
necessary or helpful to the conduct of the 
Company’s business: 

(c.) To import, export, manufacture, buy, 
sell, manipulate, and deal in, at both wholesale 
and retail, and as principal or agent, goods, 
wares, and merchandise of all kinds. 

The objects set forth in any subclause of 
this clause shall not, except when the context 
expressly so requires, be in anywise limited or 
restricted by reference to or inference from 
the terms of any other subclause or by the 
name of the Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2267-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20391. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Western 
Lighting Fixture Co., Ltd.,” was incor¬ 
porated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 
22nd day of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifteen thousand dollars, divided into fifteen 
thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 1720 
Marine Building, 355 Burrard Street, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To manufacture, buy, sell, and other¬ 
wise deal in electric, radio-electric, and tele¬ 
vision devices, apparatus, instruments, and 
equipment, and lighting fixtures, appliances, 
equipment, and supplies of all kinds for do¬ 
mestic and commercial use, and to manufac¬ 
ture merchandise of all kinds, and to buy and 
sell the same at wholesale and retail: 

(6.) To do all such things as may be inci¬ 
dental to or conducive to the attainment of the 
foregoing objects, and to carry on any other 
business which may seem to the Company 
capable of being beneficially carried on in con¬ 
nection with the foregoing objects or calcu¬ 
lated, directly or indirectly, to enhance the 
value of or render profitable any of the Com¬ 
pany’s property or rights. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2157-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 

“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3040. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “Greater Vic- 
toria Independent Cab Operators As¬ 
sociation ” has this day been incorporated as a 
Society under the “ Societies Act.” 

The locality in which the opei’ations of the 
Society will be chiefly carried on is Province 
of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
eighth day of April, one thousand nine hun¬ 
dred and forty-six. 

[L.s.] W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are: To advance 
the interests of independent operators of taxi¬ 
cabs and sight-seeing conveyances; to create 
an organization through which the members 
may present their just claims to proper author¬ 
ities and may resist inroads into their sphere of 
operation; to establish a high standard of 
service, and to adopt regulations for the con¬ 
trol of the operations of members; to do all 
such things as may advance the welfare and 
well-being of the members of the Association. 

2227-apll 
















April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1105 


CERTIFICATES OF 
INCORPORATION. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20485. 

OTICE is hereby given that “B.C. Builders, 
Limited,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 8th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into six hundred 
common shares and four hundred preferred 
shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 533 
Broadway West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on all or any of the businesses 
of builders, real-estate agents and operators, 
merchants (wholesale and retail), storekeepers, 
warehousemen, mill owners and operators, 
manufacturers and dealers in materials and 
articles of all kinds used or capable of being 
used in building structures of all types and 
descriptions, exporters and importers, car¬ 
penters, designers and draughtsmen of build¬ 
ing plans of all kinds (not in contravention of 
the “Architects Act”), anartment-house op¬ 
erators, furniture dealers and jobbers, con¬ 
tractors and sub-contractors, principals, agents 
in all or any of the building and allied trades, 
painters and decorators, commercial artists, 
truck owners and operators, and freight con¬ 
tractors : 

( b .) To acquire any real and personal prop¬ 
erty for any of the purposes of the Company 
for cash or on terms, for shares of the Com¬ 
pany, either ordinary or preferred, and partly 
or fully paid up, or partly for cash or 
shares, as the directors of the Company may 
determine. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2227-apll Deputy Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20484. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Selene Pack¬ 
ing Co., Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 8th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into five hun¬ 
dred shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 411 
Bank of Nova Scotia Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To acquire from Paul John Gaspar, 
Maurice Wellington Fitzgerald, and Godfried 
John Meyer the business heretofore carried on 
by them as the “ Selene Packing Co.,” in the 
City of Vancouver, in the Province of British 
Columbia, and to pay for the same in cash, or 
partly in cash and partly in shares: 

( b .) To carry on the business of fishermen, 
canners, packers, salters, curers, and pre¬ 
servers of all kinds of fish, crabs, oysters, 
lobsters, and other fish products; to locate, 
purchase, lease, or otherwise acquire fishing- 
sites, fish-traps, and lands suitable for the cul¬ 
tivation of oysters, crabs, and lobsters, and 
other forms of life: 

(c.) To carry on the business of buying, 
catching, propagating, storing, and freezing, 
packing, and canning or smoke-curing, or 
otherwise preserving fish and other sea 
products: 

( d .) To manufacture, refine, and sell all 
kinds of fish-oils, fish-meal, and fertilizers, and 
other by-products resulting from the opera¬ 
tions of the Company: 

( e .) To process and make ready for mai’ket 
beef, hogs, sheep, poultry, and other farm 
products, whether grown and produced on the 
property of the Company or which may be 
purchased by the Company, or for and on 
behalf of others engaged in similar work: 

8 


(/.) To manufacture, purchase, or otherwise 
acquire and deal in all articles, apparatus, 
equipment, and appliances which may be used 
in the carrying-on of the business of the Com¬ 
pany, or by others engaged in any business 
which this Company is authorized to carry on, 
and in particular to supply fishermen with 
boats, nets, and all other equipment ordinarily 
used by them: 

(g.) To erect, purchase, lease, or othei’wise 
acquire canneries, salteries, smoke-houses, and 
machinery of every description ordinarily used 
in connection with the business of the Company: 

(h.) To construct and equip cold-storage 
plants, and carry on the business of cold- 
storage operators, and manufacture all ice and 
other materials used for the purposes of cold 
storage: 

(i.) To carry on the business of wholesale 
and commission merchants. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2227-apll Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 

“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3038. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Hungarian 
Social Club of Vancouver, B.C.,” has this 
day been incorporated as a Society under the 
“ Societies Act.” 

The locality in which the operations of the 
Society will be chiefly carried on is Vancou¬ 
ver, Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
fifth day of April, one thousand nine hundred 
and forty-six. 

[L.s.] S. W. TAYLOR, 

Registrar of Companies. 
The objects of the Society are:— 

(a.) To bring together Hungarian and Hun¬ 
garian-speaking people for the purpose of 
spreading Hungarian and English culture: 

( b .) To promote objects of a national, patri¬ 
otic, religious, philanthropic, charitable, scien¬ 
tific, artistic, social, professional, agricultural, 
or sporting character, or any useful object: 

(c.) To make provision for the benefit of 
its members by means of subscriptions against 
sickness, disability, unavoidable misfortune, or 
death, and for relieving their husbands, wives, 
children, or other dependents: 

(cl.) To assist members in establishing their 
Canadian citizenship and to improve the re¬ 
lationship between Hungarian and English 
speaking people: 

(e. ) To provide a library and meeting- 
place. 2227-apil 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20447. 

OTICE is hereby given that “International 
Broadcasting Company, Ltd.,” was incor¬ 
porated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 
1st day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
one hundred thousand dollars, divided into ten 
thousand shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 732 
Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To conduct and carry on the business 
of radio broadcasting in all its branches: 

(b.) To establish, maintain, and operate 
radio broadcasting, transmitting, and receiv¬ 
ing stations for commercial purposes or other¬ 
wise on land, sea, or in the air: 

(c.) To acquire by purchase or otherwise 
the commercial radio broadcasting licence 
granted to William Rea, Jr., by the Depart¬ 
ment of Transport of the Dominion of Canada, 
through the Board of Governors of the Cana- 











1106 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


dian Broadcasting Company, and all the 
powers, rights, benefits, and concessions 
granted or to be granted therewith and to 
exercise the same: 

( d .) To acquire by purchase or otherwise 
and take over as a going concern the commer¬ 
cial radio broadcasting business carried on at 
the City of New Westminster and the City of 
Vancouver, both in the Province of British 
Columbia, by William Rea, Jr., the proprietor, 
under the firm-name and style of “ Interna¬ 
tional Broadcasting Company,” and all or any 
of the assets and liabilities of the said pro¬ 
prietor of that business in connection there¬ 
with, and to enter into such agreements for the 
purchase of the said business as may be neces¬ 
sary, and to carry the same into effect with or 
without modification: 

( e .) To apply for and acquire by purchase 
or otherwise any licence, privilege, right, or 
concession from the Dominion or Provincial 
Governments, or from any other authority, 
which the Company shall deem necessary or 
desirable: 

(/.) To make, enter into, or give any agree¬ 
ment, contract, or undertaking with the Do¬ 
minion or Provincial Governments, or with any 
other corporation, person, or concern, which 
the Company shall deem necessary or desirable 
for the purpose of its activities or any of 
them: 

(g .) To establish, maintain, and operate 
any experimental station, and to conduct ex¬ 
periments which may prove of value to the 
Company, and to create, develop, maintain, 
and operate any invention, improvement, or 
development in radio, television, wireless tele¬ 
phony, and like fields: 

(h.) To enter into agreements with authors 
or other persons for the broadcasting of 
dramatic or musical compositions, perform¬ 
ances, or entertainments, or for any other 
purpose: 

( i .) To carry on the business of advertis¬ 
ing contractors and agents, and to enter into 
agreements with any corporation, person, or 
concern in respect to the same: 

O'.) To employ, hire, or otherwise engage 
any person, concern, or organization for the 
purpose of radio broadcasting or for any other 
purpose of the Company: 

(k.) To take or otherwise acquire and hold 
and deal in bonds of the Dominion of Canada 
or any Province of the Dominion of Canada, 
and also municipal bonds of any municipality 
in the Dominion of Canada, and in stocks, 
shares, debentures, bonds, and other securities 
of other corpoi’ations: 

(/.) To maintain, operate, and control a 
talent-booking agency or agencies: 

(m.) To enter into, maintain, carry on, or 
operate any theatrical enterprise or enter¬ 
prises: 

(n.) To act as time-brokers for any other 
radio station or stations, and any and all 
other advertising agencies or any media of 
advertising material: 

(o.) lo manufacture, install, maintain, pur¬ 
chase, lease, or otherwise acquire, operate, and 
otherwise use telephone, telegraphs, radio tele¬ 
phones, wireless telephones, phonographs, and 
electrical transcriptions, and all equipment 
used in connection therewith; and to manufac¬ 
ture, install, maintain, operate, and otherwise 
use public-address equipment and any and all 
radio broadcasting equipment, and all other 
apparatus now know or that may hereafter 
be invented in connection with the generation, 
accumulation, distribution, supplying, and em¬ 
ployment of electricity, or any power which 
may.be used as a substitute therefor: 

(]>■) To manufacture, install, maintain, pur¬ 
chase, lease, or otherwise acquire, operate, and 
otherwise use all forms of radio electric com¬ 
munication at present known, or which may in 
the future be invented or developed, including 
facsimile and television transmission, together 
with all equipment used in connection there¬ 


with, including all cables, wires, aerials, or 
other appliances for connecting apparatus at 
a distance with other apparatus, and includ¬ 
ing the formation of stations, exchanges, or 
centres: 

( q .) To operate radio stations on such 
frequencies as may be assigned to it by the 
Department of Transport, the Dominion of 
Canada, or other lawful authority, and to 
apply to the appropriate governmental author¬ 
ity, for the right to increase the power of said 
radio stations, and for such other rights and 
concessions as may be deemed necessary or 
desirable in the interests of the Company and 
the said radio stations: 

(r.) To manufacture, build, construct, oper¬ 
ate, and maintain radio apparatus for point- 
to-point communication: 

(s.) To do all such things as the Company 
shall deem necessary or desirable to promote 
and encourage interest in and knowledge of 
wireless telephone and radio broadcasting in 
any of its branches: 

(t.) To acquire in any way whatsoever all 
kinds of real and personal property, whether 
subject to liabilities or otherwise, and in such 
case, and in the case of any debt or account 
owing or payable by the Company to any per¬ 
son, firm, or corporation (including any share¬ 
holder or director of the Company) and (or) 
in the case of any liability, obligation, or con¬ 
tract for or in respect of which the Company 
is or is about to become liable to pay for, 
satisfy, or discharge the same either in money, 
or debentures, or bonds, or shares of the Com¬ 
pany, or any combination of the same, said 
shares to be either partly or fully paid up, 
such debentures to be secured either by a 
charge on or a deposit of any part or all of 
the Company’s property of any kind whatso¬ 
ever, both present and future, including its 
uncalled capital, or without such charge: 

( u .) It is expressly declared that the in¬ 
tention is that the objects set forth in the 
foregoing paragraphs shall be construed in 
the most liberal way, and shall in nowise be 
limited or restricted by reference to any other 
paragraph or by any inference drawn from 
the terms of any other paragraph. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2227-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20487. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Bonded 
Roofs and Supplies, Limited,” was incor¬ 
porated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 
9th day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is Room 
902, Royal Trust Building, 626 Pender Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To manufacture, buy, sell, and other¬ 
wise deal in roofing and building materials of 
all kinds: 

( b .) To build, construct, alter, repair, and 
maintain roofs, buildings, or structures of all 
kinds: 

(c.) To approve the materials and work¬ 
manship going into the construction, altera¬ 
tion, or repair work of all kinds, and particu¬ 
larly of roofs: 

(d.) To guarantee the materials and work¬ 
manship put into any construction, alteration, 
or i-epair work: 

(e.) To indemnify any person against faulty 
material or workmanship in roof-building or 
structures of all kinds, or otherwise as the 
Company shall see fit: 

(/.) To undertake the maintenance and re¬ 
pair of any buildings, roofs, or other struc¬ 
tures of any kind at any time or during such 
period as the Company shall see fit. 








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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1107 


(g.) To subscribe for conditionally or un¬ 
conditionally, to underwrite, issue on commis¬ 
sion, or otherwise, buy, sell, take, hold, deal in, 
and convert, stocks, shares, and securities of 
all kinds, and to enter into partnership or into 
any arrangement for sharing profits, union of 
interest, reciprocal concession or co-operation 
with any person, partnership, or company, and 
to promote and aid in promoting, constitute, 
form, or organize companies, syndicates, or 
partnerships of all kinds for the purpose of 
acquiring and undertaking anv property and 
liabilities of this Company or of advancing, 
directly or indirectly, the objects thereof, or 
for any other purpose which this Company 
ma' f think expedient: 

(h.) To buy, sell, trade, and deal in shares, 
stocks, bonds, and other securities, either as 
principal or agent, and generally to cai’ry 
on the business of stock-brokers in all its 
branches: 

(i.) To act as agents for insurance com¬ 
panies of all and every kind, insuring any kind 
of property against ioss by fire, accident, or 
other thing whatsoever, or insuring against 
liability of any kind whatsoever, and, without 
limiting the generality of the foregoing, to act 
as agents for any insurance company or com¬ 
panies, provided always that the company or 
companies for which this Conmany acts as 
agents must be lawfully entitled to carry on 
business in the Province of British Columbia: 

O’.) To carry on business as capitalists, 
financial agents, and real-estate brokers: 

(k.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise, and to construct, oper¬ 
ate, maintain, or alter trails, roads, ways, 
tramways, reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and 
other ways, watercourses, canals, aqueducts, 
pipe-lines, wells, tanks, bridges, wharves, piers, 
mills, pumping plants, factories, foundries, 
furnaces, coke-ovens, crushing-works, smelting- 
works, concentrating-works, refining-works, 
hydraulic, electrical, and other works, appli¬ 
ances, power devices, and plants of every kind, 
laboratories, warehouses, boarding - houses, 
dwellings, buildings, machinery, plant, and 
other works and conveniences, and to buy, sell, 
manufacture, and deal in all kinds of goods, 
stores, provisions, implements, chattels, and 
effects: 

(l.) To lend money and negotiate loans: 

(m.) To pay for any property or rights 
acquired by the Company for such considera¬ 
tion as the Company shall see fit, and particu¬ 
larly by shares of the Company, or partly in 
one way or partly in another. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2236-apll Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20489. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Alex Gair 
& Sons, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 9th day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into fifty thou¬ 
sand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 955 
Hastings Street East, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished .are:— 

(a.) To carry on business as carpenters, 
cabinetmakers, designers, draughtsmen, sheet- 
metal workers, manufacturers, producers, mer¬ 
chants (wholesale and retail), importers, and 
exporters, and to manufacture, produce, adapt, 
install, prepare, buy, sell, export and import, 
and otherwise deal in show-cases, refrigera¬ 
tors, refrigeration units of all kinds, and fur¬ 
niture and fixtures for store, restaurant, home, 
and office, and dealers in or manufacturers of 
any other articles or things of a character 
similar or analogous to the foregoing or any 
of them, or connected therewith: 


(b.) To purchase, sell, or continue natents, 
and to acquire and own licences under patents 
or patent rights, and to grant licence or 
licences to other person or persons, corpora¬ 
tion or corporations to manufacture and sell 
said patented articles or appliances or machin¬ 
ery under any or all patents or licences which 
it may own or have any interest in or may 
hereinafter acquire, and also to buy and sell 
patents or patent rights of any nature or kind, 
and to grant licences thereunder: 

(c.) To do all such other acts as are inci¬ 
dental or conducive to the attainment of the 
above objects or any of them, and to exercise 
generally all such powers as may from time 
to time be exercisable by it under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” of British Columbia or of any 
other governmental Act or authority. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2236-apll Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20507. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Port Al- 
berni Bowladrome, Limited,” was incor¬ 
porated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 
12th day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thou¬ 
sand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is Croll 
Block, Port Alberni, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To promote, establish, acquire, operate, 
maintain, lease, mortgage, and sell bowling- 
alleys, billiard-rooms, pool-halls, and all the 
equipment, furniture, and fixtures necessary 
or incidental thereto: 

( b .) To buy, sell, and deal in such equip¬ 
ment, furniture, and fixtui’es: 

(c.) To carry on business as factors, job¬ 
bers, brokers, manufacturers’ agents, and 
general merchants, both wholesale and retail, 
dealing in any goods or chattels whatsoever. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2267-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 

“ Co-operative Associations Act.” 

Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 570. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ The Arnold 
Growers Co-operative Union ” has this day 
been incorporated as an Association under the 
“ Co-operative Associations Act ” and that the 
denomination of its shares is one dollar each. 

The registered office of the Association will 
be situated at Arnold, Province of British 
Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
twenty-first day of March, one thousand nine 
hundred and forty-six. 

[l.s.] ' S. W. TAYLOR, 

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Association are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of selling 
fruit and vegetables for members only: 

( b.) To promote by all lawful means the 
sale of agricultural products, and for that pur¬ 
pose to enter into agreements with producers, 
growers, and handlers of such products for the 
disposition and sale of same, with the minimum 
of expense, directly, where possible, to con¬ 
sumers, to the end and purport that by recip¬ 
rocal and co-operative arrangements the maxi¬ 
mum of returns may be obtained for the actual 
growers and producers of such products: 

(c.) To manufacture, grind, crush, and 
otherwise prepare agricultural products of 
every description for feed purposes: 









1108 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


( d .) To carry on business as purchasing 
agents, manufacturing and distributing agents, 
commission merchants, and mercantile brokers 
in all their branches: 

(e.) To acquire by purchase, lease, or other 
manner lands and premises, and to erect 
thereon abattoirs, cold-storage plants, ware¬ 
houses, or other buildings which the Associa¬ 
tion may require for its business, and to sell, 
lease, or otherwise dispose of such lands or 
buildings when the Association deems it ex¬ 
pedient to do so: 

(/.) Generally to purchase, lease, hire, or 
otherwise acquire any real and personal prop¬ 
erty, and any rights and privileges which the 
Association may think necessary and conve¬ 
nient for the purpose of its business. 

2278-apl8 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20502. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Acme Detec¬ 
tive Agency, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 11th day 
of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
five thousand dollars, divided into one thousand 
shares of five dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is Suite 
402, Holden Building, 16 Hastings Street East, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To furnish information as to per¬ 
sonal character and (or) action of any person, 
or as to the character or kind of the business 
or occupation of any person; and includes the 
business of doing such other work, either in 
whole or in part, as is ordinarily done by 
detectives. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2278-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20480. 

OTICE is hereby given that ‘‘Jenkins 
Holdings, Limited,” was incorporated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 6th day of 
April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into 
twenty-five thousand shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is Suite 
19, Davis Chambers, 615 Hastings Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To buy, sell, construct, build, alter, 
repair, own, operate, manage, rent, lease, 
and otherwise deal in and with apartment, 
residential, and business properties and prem- 
i 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2215-apll Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

. No. 20409. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Mail Ad¬ 
vertisers, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 26th day 
of March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into two hundred 
shares of fifty dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is Suite 
129, Merchants Exchange Building, 815 Hast¬ 
ings Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on and conduct a general ad¬ 
vertising service and business in all its 
branches, including planning of selling cam¬ 
paigns, writing and editing of copy, planning 
and supervising pictorial layouts, indoor and 
outdoor advertising of all types, radio pro¬ 
grammes, including television programmes: 


( b .) To provide a duplicating, mimeograph¬ 
ing, and distributing service by mail or other¬ 
wise of all types of advertising: 

(c.) To provide a specialized letter-writing 
service by mail or otherwise: 

( d .) To buy, sell, and generally trade in and 
with all types of merchandise which can or 
may be used in the business of this company, 
or any business relating thereto, both as prin¬ 
cipal and agent: 

(e.) To carry on said business in any part 
of the world. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2157-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20450. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Frey Log¬ 
ging Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 2nd day of April, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one thou¬ 
sand shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its 1 'egistered office is 215 
Rogers Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on business as loggers, timber 
merchants, sawmill proprietors, and to buy, 
sell, prepare for market, import, export, and 
deal in timber and wood of all kinds: 

( b .) To acquire by purchase, lease, or other¬ 
wise real and personal property suitable for 
the purpose of the Company: 

(c.) To borrow or raise money for any pur¬ 
pose of the Company, and to allot credited or 
fully paid-up shares of the Company as a 
whole or part of the purchase price of any 
property which may be purchased or acquired 
by the Comoany. 

( d .) To do such things as are incidental or 
conducive to the attainment of the objects of 
the Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2189-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20454. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Pacific Min¬ 
ing Services, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 3rd day 
of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is care of 
Messrs. Robertson, Douglas & Symes, 640 Pen¬ 
der Street West, Vancouver. B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To engage and employ mining and 
other engineers, duly registered in British 
Columbia under the “ Engineering Profession 
Act,” architects, accountants, clerks, and 
others, so as to give qualified advice and ser¬ 
vice in connection with engineering, construc¬ 
tion, accounting, secretarial, and clerical work 
to mining and industrial companies: 

( b .) To construct, execute, and carry out 
buildings, engineering works, and conveniences 
of all kinds, and generally to carry on a con¬ 
tracting business in all its branches: 

(c.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, 
discovery, location, or otherwise, and hold, 
mines, mineral claims, mineral leases, mining 
lands, prospects, licences, and mining rights of 
every description, and to work, develop, oper¬ 
ate, turn to account, sell, or otherwise dispose 
thereof: 

(d.) To dig, drill, or bore for, raise, crush, 
wash, smelt, reduce, refine, amalgamate, assay, 
analyse, and otherwise treat gold, silver, cop¬ 
per, lead, iron, coal, petroleum, natural gas, 
and any other ore, deposit, metal, or mineral 
whatsoever, whether belonging to the Com- 



















April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1109 


pany ox 1 not, and to render the same merchant¬ 
able, and to buy, sell, and deal in the same or 
any product thereof: 

(e.) To engage in any branch of mining, 
smelting, milling, and refining minerals: 

(/.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex¬ 
change, or otherwise timber lands, leases, or 
claims, rights to cut timber, surface rights and 
rights-of-way, water rights and privileges, 
patents, patent rights and concessions, and 
other real or personal property: 

(g.) To acquire by pui’chase, lease, hire, 
exchange, or otherwise, and to construct, oper¬ 
ate, maintain, or alter, trails, roads, ways, 
tramways, reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and 
other ways, watercourses, canals, aqueducts, 
pipe-lines, wells, tanks, bridges, wharves, piers, 
mills, pumping plants, factories, foundries, 
furnaces, coke-ovens, crushing-works, smelt¬ 
ing-works, concentrating-works, refining-works, 
hydraulic, electrical, and other works and ap¬ 
pliances, power devices and plants of every 
kind, laboratories, warehouses, boarding¬ 
houses, dwellings, buildings, machinery, plant, 
and other works and conveniences, and to buy, 
sell, manufacture, and deal in all kinds of 
goods, stoi’es, pi’ovisions, implements, chattels, 
and effects: 

(h.) To build, purchase, lease, hire, charter, 
navigate, use, and operate cars, wagons, and 
other vehicles, boats, ships, and other vessels: 

(i.) To sell or otherwise dispose of ore, 
metal, oil, gas, or mineral pi’oduct, and to take 
contracts for mining-work of all kinds, and to 
accept as the considei’ation shai’es, stock, de¬ 
bentures, or other securities of any limited 
company, wheresoever incorporated and carry¬ 
ing on any business, dii’ectly or indirectly, 
conducive to the objects of a specially limited 
company, if such shares (except the shares of 
a company having non-personal liability), 
stock, debentures, or other securities are fully 
paid up, and to sell or otherwise dispose thereof. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2215-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20501. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Consolidated 
Enterprises, Ltd.,” was incorporated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 11th day of 
April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
five hundred thousand dollars, divided into 
four hundred thousand shares of one dollar 
each and ten thousand preferi’ed shares of ten 
dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 800 
Hall Building, 789 Pender Sti’eet West, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on any or all lines of business 
as mei’chants (wholesale and retail), manufac¬ 
turers, producers, importers, and exporters 
generally, without limitation as to class or 
products and mei’chandise, and to manufac¬ 
ture, produce, adapt, prepare, buy, sell, and 
otherwise deal in any materials, articles, or 
things required in connection with or incidental 
to such business: 

(b.) To establish, maintain, and conduct a 
jobbing, commission, and general agency busi¬ 
ness; and carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turers’ agents and commission merchants: 

(c.) To buy, sell, manipulate, and deal (both 
wholesale and retail) in commodities, ai'ticles, 
and things of all kinds which can convenientlv 
be dealt in by the Company in connection with 
any of its objects: 

(cl.) To purchase, lease, or otherwise acquire 
the whole or any part of the business, prop¬ 
erty, franchise, good-will, rights, and privi¬ 
leges held or enjoyed by any persons or firm, 
or by any corporation carrying on any business 
which the Company is authorized to carry on, 


or possessed of property suitable for the pur- 
poses of this Company, and to pay therefor in 
fully paid-up or partly paid-up preference or 
common shares of the Company, or in the 
bonds, debentures, or other securities of the 
Company or otherwise, and to undertake the 
liabilities of any such person, firm, or corpo- 
l-ation, and to exercise the rights, powers, and 
franchises of any corporation whose capital 
stock is owned by this Company in the name 
of such company or in its own name: 

(e.) To purchase and acquii’e, and to hold, 
own, and sell, the shares, debentures, and 
bonds of any manufacturing or other corpora¬ 
tion carrying on business similar to that of 
this Company, and to amalgamate with any 
company constituted for the carrying-on of 
any similar business, and to acquii’e by pur¬ 
chase, lease, or otherwise, and to manage, 
operate, and carry on, the property, under¬ 
taking, and business of any such corporation: 

(/.) To allot, issue, and deliver fully paid 
and non-assessable shares, debentures, deben¬ 
ture stock, or other securities of the Company 
in payment or in part payment of any prop¬ 
erty, contracts, rights, shares, debentures, or 
securities of any other company which this 
Company may acquire for the purpose of its 
business: 

(g.) To promote or assist in pi'omoting any 
subsidiary, allied, or other company carrying 
on or having power to carry on any business 
altogether or in part similar to that of this 
Company, and to accept in payment of its 
services in promoting such company fully 
paid-up shares, bonds, or securities of said 
company, and to purchase, subsci’ibe for, or 
otherwise acquii’e its shai’es, bonds, and securi¬ 
ties, and to hold, sell, reissue, with or without 
guarantee, or otherwise deal in the same: 

( h.) To distribute among the shareholders 
of the Company in kind any property of the 
Company, and in particular any shares, deben¬ 
tures, or securities in any other companies 
belonging to the Company or which the Com¬ 
pany may have power to dispose of. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2278-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20477. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Mattey 
Brothers, Limited,” was incorporated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 6th day of 
April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty thousand dollars, divided into two hun¬ 
dred shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 144 
Victoria Street, Kamloops, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on business as loggers, and to 
fell, cut, and transport poles, ties, logs, and 
timber of every description: 

( b.) To buy, own, sell, deal in, lease, or 
otherwise acquire timber limits, logs, lumber, 
poles, and railroad-ties; to manufacture every 
and all kinds of lumber, boards, and building 
materials: 

(c.) To erect, acquire, own, buy, sell, lease, 
convey, improve, and operate sawmills, plan- 
ing-mills, and other mills and buildings for 
the manufacture of lumber, ties, and building 
material: 

(d.) To contract for, own, lease, and oper¬ 
ate lumber and logging roads for the purpose 
of transporting timber, logs, lumber, supplies, 
and merchandise of all kinds: 

(e.) To buy, sell, own, acquire merchandise 
of all kinds, stores, clothing, machinery of 
every nature, and to deal in any and all kinds 
of merchandise and wares necessary to the 
operation of the business of contracting and 
manufacture of lumber, ties, and building 
material: 








1110 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


(/.) To manufacture, buy, sell, import, ex¬ 
port, and deal in all kinds of goods, wares, 
and merchandise: 

(g.) To carry on business as factors and 
commission merchants: 

( h .) To carry on business as transfer and 
transportation agents, to charter steamships 
in whole or in part, or to make such arrange¬ 
ments for transportation purposes upon any 
and all kind of ships, boats, or other means of 
transportation, whether by land or sea, as the 
Company may find advantageous or expedient 
for the purposes of its business: 

(i.) It is hereby declared that the intention 
is that the objects specified in each of the para¬ 
graphs of this clause may be used as individual 
objects and shall in nowise be restricted to or 
subject to any interference from any other 
paragraphs. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2217-apll Registrar of Compa7iies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 
No. 20471. 


N OTICE is hereby given that “ Quantity 
Surveys, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 5th day of 
April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into two hundred 
shares of fifty dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is Suite 
107, Empire Block, 603 Hastings Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 


(a.) To acquire from Donald Milner Mathie- 
son and William Hayes Manning the whole of 
the business, assets, and undertaking of the 
partnership firm now being carried on by the 
said persons at the city of Vancouver, Province 
of British Columbia, under the firm-name and 
style of “ Quantity Surveys,” as a going con¬ 
cern, and to pay for the same in cash or in 
shares of this Company at a price to be agreed 
upon, or partly in cash and partly in shares: 

( b.) To carry on the general business and 
service of statistical surveyors in all its 
branches and, without restricting the gene¬ 
rality of the foregoing, conduct the business of 
material surveyors, particularly with reference 
to building and construction of all types: 

(c.) To provide a specialized service for con¬ 
tractors and others engaged in building and 
construction in preparing particulars, details, 
and estimates for use in bidding or otherwise 
on construction projects of every kind, and to 
make and supply specialized lists to the build¬ 
ing trades and others estimating the construc¬ 
tion costs of any project: 

(d.) To act as principals, agents, and inter¬ 
mediaries in the furnishing of building ma¬ 
terial of all sorts, and to generally deal in and 
with all such materials. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2216-apll Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20478. 

IV'OTICE is hereby given that “ Ci’ystal 
Majestic Plastics, Ltd.,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 6th 
day of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 415-16 
Rogers Building, 470 Granville Street, Vancou¬ 
ver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turers and dealers in plastic materials of every 
nature and kind whatsoever, and to manufac¬ 
ture and distribute for sale, by retail and 


wholesale, plastic furniture, shoes, display fix¬ 
tures, novelties, interior decorating fixtures, 
lamps, display signs, flooring and bath-room 
tile, lucite and plexiglass sheets, rods, and 
tiibes and any and all goods made wholly or 
in part from lucite, cellulose acetate, and 
plexiglass, and all other plastic materials: 

(b.) To carry on the business of chemists, 
druggists, oil and colour men, dyers and manu¬ 
facturers of dyes, importers and manufac¬ 
turers of and dealers in pharmaceutical, me¬ 
dicinal, chemical, industrial, and other pre¬ 
parations and articles, compounds, cements, 
oils, paints, pigments, and varnishes, drug, 
dyeware, paint and colour grinders, makers of 
and dealers in proprietary articles of all kinds, 
and of electrical, chemical, photographical, 
surgical, and scientific apparatus and ma¬ 
terials : 

(c.) To buy, sell, manufacture, refine, mani¬ 
pulate, import, export, and deal in all sub¬ 
stances, apparatus, and things capable of be¬ 
ing used in any such business as aforesaid, or 
required by any customers of or persons hav- 
ng dealings with the Company, either by 
wholesale or retail: 

( d .) To pay for any business, property, or 
rights acquired or agreed to be acquired by 
this Company, and generally to satisfy any 
obligation of this Company by the issue or 
transfer of shares of this or any other com¬ 
pany, credited as fully or partly paid up, or 
of debentures or other securities of this or any 
other company: 

(e.) To do all such other things as are in¬ 
cidental or conducive to the attainment of the 
above objects. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2217-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20411. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Cummings 
& Bell, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 26th day of March, 
1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 895 
Kefih Road West, North Vancouver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a..) To carry on the business of house¬ 
building and general contracting: 

( b .) To carry on the business of real-estate 
dealers and property management in all of 
their respective branches. 


S. W. TAYLOR, 

2156-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20458. 

IVTOTICE is hereby given that “Scott’s 
4-’ Pharmacy, Limited,” was incorpoi’ated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 3rd day 
of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty thousand dollars, divided into two 
thousand shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is Prince¬ 
ton, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of chemists 
and druggists, both wholesale and retail, and 
to buy, sell, and dispose of drugs and drug 
sundries, pharmaceutic and biological products, 
surgical and other instruments, and all other 
goods of a like nature: 

( b .) To act as prescription and analytical 
chemist: 

(c.) To carry on the business of restaurant, 
cafe, refreshment, and soda-fountain counter, 
vendors of and dealers in aerated, mineral, 











April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1111 


artificial waters, soda and other drinks, ice¬ 
cream, candy confections of all kinds, tobaccos, 
cigarettes, books, papers, magazines, periodi¬ 
cals, post-cards, and other cards, pictures, 
notions, trinkets, stamps, and curios, station¬ 
ery, school supplies, office supplies, and to 
carry on such other business which may be 
calculated in the business of druggists, includ¬ 
ing postal agencies: 

( d.) To carry on the business of wholesale 
and retail merchants: 

(e.) To acquire and take over the assets 
and good-will of the business heretofore car¬ 
ried on at Princeton and Hedley by Reginald 
S. Scott as a going concern, upon such terms, 
whether for cash or in shares of the Company, 
as the directors may deem advisable. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2201-apll Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20438. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Fortin En¬ 
terprises, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 30th day of 
March, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand 
shares of one dollar each. 

The address of its registered office is 800 
Hall Building, 789 Pender Street West, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are: To carry on the business of hotel, 
restaurant, cafe, tavern, licensed beerhouse, 
refreshment-room, and lodging-house keepers, 
licensed victuallers, vendors of and dealers in 
aerated, mineral, and artificial waters and 
other drinks, purveyors and caterers for public 
amusements generally, automobile and car¬ 
riage proprietors, garage-keepers, dairymen, 
ice merchants, importers and brokers of food, 
of live and dead stock, and produce of all de¬ 
scription, barbers, hairdressers, perfumers, 
chemists, proprietors of baths, dressing-rooms, 
laundries, reading, writing, and newspaper 
rooms, libraries, grounds and places of amuse¬ 
ment and recreation, sport, entertainment, and 
instruction of all kinds, tobacco and cigar mer¬ 
chants, agents for railway and shipping com¬ 
panies, carriers, vendors and dealers in books, 
papers, magazines, post-cards, theatrical and 
opera box-office proprietors, entrepreneurs and 
general agents, and any other business which 
can be conveniently carried on in connection 
therewith. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2189-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 20452. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Holeinthe- 
wall Recreations, Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 2nd day 
of April, 1946. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one thousand 
shares of ten dollars each. 

The address of its registered office is 512 
Westminster Trust Building, New West¬ 
minster, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished are:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of proprietors 
of a club, and to establish, maintain, and con¬ 
duct a club of a non-political, non-sectarian 
character for the accommodation of members 
of the Company and their friends, and to pro¬ 
vide a club-house and other conveniences, and 
generally to afford to members and their 
friends all the usual privileges, advantages, 
convenience, and accommodation of a recrea¬ 
tion club: 


( b .) To purchase or otherwise acquire for 
the purposes of the Company any real or per¬ 
sonal property, and in particular any lands, 
buildings, furniture, club, and household 
effects, utensils, books, newspapers, appliances, 
conveniences, and accommodation: 

(c.) To erect, maintain, improve, or alter 
any buildings for the purposes of the Com¬ 
pany: 

( d .) To issue, allot, and deliver, as fully 
paid up and non-assessable, or partly paid up, 
the shares, bonds, debentures, or debenture 
stock of the Company in payment or part pay¬ 
ment of any property, l’eal or personal, and of 
any right or thing purchased, acquired, sub¬ 
scribed for, or obtained by the Company: 

( e.) To lend money to the shareholders or 
directors of the Company as part of the ordi¬ 
nary course of the Company’s business: 

(/.) To make gifts and donations to any 
person, firm, or corporation for any purpose 
whatsoever, whether the said person, firm, or 
corporation be a member of this Company or 
not. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2189-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


EXTRA-PROVINCIAL 

COMPANIES. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 3116a. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Cargill 
Grain Company, Limited,” which was in¬ 
corporated in the Dominion of Canada was 
registered under the “ Companies Act ” as an 
Extra-Provincial Company on the 13th day of 
April, 1946. 

The head office of the Company without the 
Province is situate at the office of Montgom¬ 
ery, McMichael, Common, Howard, Forsyth 
& Ker, The Royal Bank Building, Montreal 1, 
Canada. 

The head office of the Company in the Prov¬ 
ince is situate 403-413 Central Building, Vic¬ 
toria, B.C. 

The attorney of the Company appointed 
pursuant to the “ Companies Act ” is Harry 
J. Davis, 403-413 Central Building, Victoria, 
B.C. 

The paid-up capital of the Company is 
$500,000. 

The time of the existence of the Company 
is unlimited. 

The liability of the members of the Company 
is limited. 

The Company proposes to carry on in the 
Province the business of general grain mer¬ 
chandising. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2267-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 3112 a. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Western 
Canada Steamships, Ltd.,” which was in¬ 
corporated in the Dominion of Canada, was 
registered under the “ Companies Act ” as an 
Extra-Provincial Company on the 3rd day of 
April, 1946. 

The head office of the Company in the Prov¬ 
ince is situate 355 Burrard Street, Vancouver, 
B.C. 

The paid-up Capital of the Company is $30. 

The time of the existence of the Company is 
perpetual. 

The liability of the members of the Company 
is limited. 

The Company proposes to carry on in the 
Province the business of general shipping. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2198-apll Registrar of Companies. 
















1112 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


EXTRA-PROVINCIAL 

COMPANIES* 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 3108a. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ J. T. Thorpe, 
Inc.,” which was incorporated in the State 
of California, U.S.A., was registered under 
the “ Companies Act ” as an Extra-Provincial 
Company on the 19th day of March, 1946. 

The head office of the Company without the 
Province is situate at 948 East Second Street, 
Los Angeles, California. 

The head office of the Company in the Prov¬ 
ince is situate at 1118 Langley Street, Vic¬ 
toria, B.C. 

The attorney of the Company appointed 
pursuant to the “ Companies Act ” is Frank 
Higgins, 1118 Langley Street, Victoria, B.C. 

The paid-up capital of the Company is 
$53,000. 

The time of the existence of the Company is 
unlimited. 

The liability of the members of the Company 
is limited. 

The Company proposes to carry on in the 
Province the business of firebrick masonry and 
insulation contracting and allied lines, such as 
boiler settings, oil-refinery settings, and all 
kinds of industrial firebrick masonry. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2123-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 3111a. 

TV"OTICE is hereby given that “ Interna- 
4A tional Church of the Foursquare Gospel,” 
which was incorporated in the State of Cali¬ 
fornia, U.S.A., was registered under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” as an Extra-Provincial Company 
on the 3rd day of April, 1946. 

The head office of the Company without the 
Province is situate at 1100 Glendale Boulevard, 
Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A. 

The head office of the Company in the Prov¬ 
ince is situate at 220 Pacific Building, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The Attorney of the Company appointed 
pursuant to the “ Companies Act ” is William 
Savage, 220 Pacific Building, 744 Hastings 
Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The paid-up capital of the Company is nil. 

The time of the existence of the Company is 
fifty years from and after date of incorpora¬ 
tion. 

The liability of the members of the Company 
is limited. 

The Company proposes to carry on in the 
Province the business of the propagation and 
dissemination of the Foursquare Gospel as 
presented in the declaration of faith compiled 
by Aimee Semple McPherson; establishment, 
conduct, and grant charters and church or¬ 
ganizations for the dissemination and propa¬ 
gation of the Foursquare Gospel as above set 
forth, and to do all things for the furtherance 
of these objects as set out in the articles of 
incorporation of the Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2198-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 3113a. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ General 
Bakeries, Limited,” which was incorpo¬ 
rated in the Province of Ontario, was regis¬ 
tered under the “ Companies Act ” as an 
Extra-Provincial Company on the 5th day of 
April, 1946. 

The head office of the Company without the 
Province is situate at 21 Carr Street, Toi-onto, 
Ontario. 

The head office of the Company in the Prov¬ 
ince is situate at the offices of Messrs. Robert¬ 
son, Douglas & Symes, 640 Pender Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 


The attorney of the Company appointed pur¬ 
suant to the “ Companies Act ” is Alexander 
Harold Douglas, Pearley Ransdell Brissenden, 
Robert Alexander Connon Douglas, or any one 
of them, of 640 Pender Street West, Vancou¬ 
ver, B.C. 

The paid-up capital of the Company is 

$ 1 , 000 . 

The time of the existence of the Company is 
unlimited. 

The liability of the members of the Com¬ 
pany is limited. 

The Company proposes to carry on in the 
Province the business of the manufacture of 
bread, cakes, biscuits, candies, pastry, and con¬ 
fectionery goods, and the sale of the same. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2215-apll Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 3110a. 

OTICE is hereby given that “The Monarch 
Knitting Company, Limited,” which was 
incorporated in the Province of Ontario, was 
registered under the “ Companies Act ” as an 
Extra-Provincial Company on the 28th day of 
March, 1946. 

The head office of the Company without the 
Province is situate at 712 Metropolitan Build¬ 
ing, Toronto, Ontario. 

The head office of the Company in the Prov¬ 
ince is situate at the offices of Messrs. Robert¬ 
son, Douglas & Symes, 640 Pender Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The attorneys of the Company appointed 
pursuant to the “ Companies Act ” are Alex¬ 
ander Harold Douglas, Pearley Ransdell Bris¬ 
senden, Robert Alexander Connon Douglas, or 
any one of them, of 640 Pender Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C., barristers. 

The paid-up capital of the Company is 
$1,105,900. 

The time of the existence of the Company is 
unlimited. 

The liability of the members of the Company 
is limited. 

The Company proposes to carry on in the 
Province the business of the sale of the Com¬ 
pany’s products in British Columbia. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2173-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 3109a. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ MacLaren 
Advertising Co., Limited,” which was in¬ 
corporated in the Province of Ontario, was 
registered under the “ Companies Act ” as an 
Extra-Provincial Company on the 22nd day of 
March, 1946. 

The head office of the Company without the 
Province is situate at 372 Bay Street, Toronto, 
Ontario. 

The head office of the Company in the Prov¬ 
ince is situate at 302 Province Building, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The attorney of the Company appointed pur¬ 
suant to the “ Companies Act ” is William Don¬ 
ald MacRae Patterson, 305 Province Building, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

The paid-up capital of the Company is 

$ 200 , 000 . 

The time of the existence of the Company 
is unlimited. 

The liability of the members of the Company 
is limited. 

The Company proposes to carry on in the 
Province the business of advertising and pub¬ 
licity business. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2166-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


















April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1113 


EDUCATION. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 1 
(Fernie), as follows:— 

School District No. 1 (Fernie). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the easterly boundary of the Province with the 
southerly boundary of the Province; thence 
westerly along said southerly boundary to the 
westerly boundary of the watershed of Gold 
Creek; thence northerly along said westerly 
boundary to the westerly boundary of Sub-lot 
4 of Lot 4591, Kootenay Land District; thence 
northerly and easterly along the boundaries of 
said sub-lot to the north-east corner thereof; 
thence due east to the easterly boundary of the 
watershed of Gold Creek; thence southerly 
along said boundary to the point thereon which 
lies due west of the south-west corner of Lot 
1968; thence east to said corner; thence east¬ 
erly along the southerly boundaries of Lots 
1968 and 1969 and continuing easterly across 
Kootenay River, passing to the north of Lot 
5981 to the south-west corner of Lot 314; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundary 
of Lot 314 to the south-east corner thereof; 
thence northerly along the easterly boundary 
of said lot to the north-east corner thereof; 
thence due east to the easterly boundary of the 
watershed of Little Sand Creek; thence north¬ 
erly along said boundary and continuing north¬ 
erly along the easterly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Bull River and the westerly boundary 
of the watershed of Elk River to the easterly 
boundary of the Province aforesaid; thence 
southerly along the easterly boundary of the 
Province to the point of commencement—all 
the lots herein above mentioned being in 
Kootenay Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 2 
(Cranbrook), as follows:— 

School District No. 2 (Cranbrook). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Gold Creek with the southerly boundary of the 
Province; thence westerly along said southerly 
boundary to the south-east corner of Lot 812, 
Kootenay Land District; thence northerly along 
the easterly boundary of Lot 812 to the most 
easterly north-east corner thereof; thence by 
the shortest line to and easterly along the 
southerly boundary of the watershed of Goat 
River to the point thereon which lies due west 
of the south-west corner of Lot 12603; thence 
east to said corner; thence easterly along the 
southerly boundary of Lot 12603 to the south¬ 
east corner thereof; thence northerly, easterly, 
and northerly along respectively the easterly 
boundary of Lot 12603 and the southerly and 
easterly boundaries of Lot 3903 to the north¬ 
east corner of Lot 3903; thence by the shortest 
line to the westerly boundary of the watershed 

9 


of Moyie River; thence northerly along said 
boundary and the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of Perry Creek to the point thereon 
which lies due west of the south-west corner of 
Lot 10282; thence east to said corner; thence 
easterly and northerly along the boundaries of 
Lot 10282 to the point due west of the north¬ 
west corner of Lot 14299; thence east to said 
corner; thence easterly along the northerly 
boundary of Lot 14299 to the south-west cor¬ 
ner of Lot 6319; thence northerly along the 
westerly boundary of Lot 6319 and its produc¬ 
tion to the middle line of St. Mary River; 
thence easterly along said middle line to the 
point thereon which lies due south of the south¬ 
west corner of Lot 7009; thence north to said 
corner; thence northerly along the westerly 
boundaries of Lots 7009, 7320, and 341 to the 
southerly boundary of Lot 11620; thence east¬ 
erly along said boundary to the south-west 
corner of Lot 6623; thence northerly, easterly, 
northerly, and easterly along the boundaries 
of said lot and continuing easterly along the 
northerly boundaries of Lots 8752, 339, and 
Indian Reserve No. 1, Kootenay, to the north¬ 
east corner of said Indian reserve; thence 
southerly along the right bank of Kootenay 
River to the point thereon which lies due west 
of the north-east corner of Indian Reserve No. 
6; thence east to said corner; thence easterly 
along the northerly boundaries of Indian Re¬ 
serve No. 6 and Lot 130 to the westerly bound¬ 
ary of Lot 332; thence northerly and easterly 
along the boundaries of Lot 332 to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Wild Horse 
River; thence northerly along said boundary 
to the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Bull River; thence northerly, easterly, and 
southerly along the boundaries of the water¬ 
shed of Bull River and continuing southerly 
along the easterly boundary of the watershed 
of Little Sand Creek to the point thereon which 
lies due east of the north-east corner of Lot 
314; thence west to said corner; thence south¬ 
erly and westerly along the boundaries of Lot 
314 to the south-west corner thereof and con¬ 
tinuing westerly across Kootenay River, pass¬ 
ing to the north of Lot 5981 to the south-east 
corner of Lot 1969; thence westerly along the 
southerly boundaries of Lots 1969 and 1968 to 
the south-west corner of Lot 1968; thence due 
west to the easterly boundary of the watershed 
of Gold Creek; thence northerly along said 
boundary to the point thereon which lies due 
east of the noi’th-east corner of Sub-lot 4 of 
Lot 4591; thence west to said corner; thence 
westerly and southerly along the boundaries of 
said sub-lot to the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of Gold Creek; thence southerly 
along said boundary to the point of commence¬ 
ment—all the lots herein above mentioned 
being in Kootenay Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted bv 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 3 
(Kimberley), as follows:— 

School District No. 3 (Kimberley). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Moyie River with the noi'th-westerly boundary 
of the watershed of Perry Creek; thence 
north-easterly along the north-westerly bound¬ 
ary of the watershed of Perry Creek to the 
point thereon which lies due west of the south¬ 
west corner of Lot 10282, Kootenay Land Dis- 







1114 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


trict; thence east to said corner; thence east¬ 
erly and northerly along the boundaries of Lot 
10282 to the point due west of the north-west 
corner of Lot 14299; thence east to said cor¬ 
ner; thence easterly along the northerly bound¬ 
ary of Lot 14299 to the south-west corner of 
Lot 6319; thence northerly along the westerly 
boundary of Lot 6319 and its production to the 
middle line of St. Mary River; thence easterly 
along said middle line to the point thereon 
which lies due south of the south-west corner 
of Lot 7009; thence north to said corner; 
thence northerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Lots 7009, 7320, and 341 to the southerly 
boundary of Lot 11620; thence easterly along 
said boundary to the south-west corner of Lot 
6623; thence northerly, easterly, northerly, 
and easterly along the boundaries of said lot 
and continuing easterly along the northerly 
boundaries of Lots 8752, 339, and Indian Re¬ 
serve No. 1, Kootenay, to the north-east corner 
of said Indian reserve; thence southerly along 
the right bank of Kootenay River to the point 
thereon which lies due west of the north-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 6; thence east 
to said corner; thence easterly along the north¬ 
erly boundaries of Indian Reserve No. 6 and 
Lot 130 to the westerly boundary of Lot 332; 
thence northerly and easterly along the bound¬ 
aries of Lot 332 to the westerly boundary of 
the watershed of Wild Horse River; thence 
northerly along said boundary to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Bull River; 
thence north-easterly along said boundary to 
the southerly boundary of the watershed of 
White River; thence westerly along said bound¬ 
ary to the northerly boundary of the watershed 
of Lussier River; thence westerly and south¬ 
erly along the northerly and westeidy bound¬ 
aries of the watershed of Lussier River to the 
point thereon which lies nearest to the north¬ 
east corner of Sub-lot 97 of Lot 4596; thence 
by a straight line to said corner; thence south¬ 
erly along the easterly boundary of Sub-lot 97 
to the south-east corner thereof; thence due 
south to the southerly boundary of Lot 4596; 
thence westerly along said boundary to the 
easterly boundary of the watershed of San- 
down Creek; thence northerly along said bound¬ 
ary to the southerly boundary of the watershed 
of Findlay Creek; thence westerly along said 
boundary to the northerly boundary of the 
watershed of St. Mary River; thence westerly 
and southerly along the northerly and westeidy 
boundaries of the watershed of St. Mary River 
to the point of commencement—all the lots 
herein above mentioned being in Kootenay 
Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 4 
(Windermere), as follows:— 

School District No. 4 (Windermere). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the easterly boundary of the Province with the 
westerly boundary of the watershed of Koote¬ 
nay River; thence southerly along said water¬ 
shed boundary to the point thereon which lies 
due east of the south-east corner of Section 
13, Township 23, Range 18, west of the 5th 
meridian; thence west to said corner; thence 
westerly along the southerly boundaries of Sec¬ 
tions 13, 14, and 15 to the north-east corner of 
Section 9; thence southerly and westerly along 
the boundaries of Section 9 to the easterly 


boundary of Lot 648, Kootenay Land District; 
thence southerly, westerly, and northerly along 
the boundaries of Lot 648 to the southerly 
boundary of Section 9 aforesaid; thence west¬ 
erly along, the southerly boundaries of Sections 
9 and 8, the northerly boundary of Lot 1109, 
the southerly boundary of Section 8 aforesaid, 
the northerly boundaries of Lots 6658 and 
6659, and the southerly boundary of Section 7 
to the south-west corner of Section 7—all the 
sections herein above mentioned being in Town¬ 
ship 23, Range 18 aforesaid; thence continuing 
westerly along the southerly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 12, Township 23, Range 19, to the north¬ 
east corner of Section 2; thence southerly 
along the easterly boundary of Section 2 to 
the south-east corner thereof; thence westerly 
along the southerly boundaries of Sections 2, 
3, 4, and 5, all in Township 23, Range 19, pro¬ 
duced to the northerly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Bugaboo Creek; thence westerly and 
southerly along said boundary to the divide 
separating the waters flowing easterly into 
Columbia River from those flowing westerly 
into Duncan River and Kootenay Lake; thence 
southerly along said divide to the southerly 
boundary of the watershed of Findlay Creek; 
thence easterly along said boundary to the east¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of Sandown 
Creek; thence southerly along said boundary 
to the southerly boundary of Lot 4596; thence 
easterly along said boundary to the point 
thereon which lies due south of the south-east 
corner of Sub-lot 97 of Lot 4596; thence north 
to said corner; thence northerly along the 
easterly boundary of Sub-lot 97 to the north¬ 
east corner thereof; thence by the shortest line 
to and northerly along the westerly boundary 
of the watershed of Lussier River to the north¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed thereof; thence 
easterly along said boundary and the southerly 
boundary of the watershed of White River to 
the easterly boundary thereof; thence north¬ 
erly along said boundary to the easterly bound¬ 
ary of the Province; thence north-westerly 
along said boundary to the point of commence¬ 
ment-—all the lots herein above mentioned 
being in Kootenay Land District and all the 
ranges herein above mentioned being west of 
the 5th meridian. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 5 
(Creston), as follows:— 

School District No. 5 (Creston). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of Lot 
812, Kootenay Land District, being a point on 
the southerly boundary of the Province; thence 
northerly along the easterly boundary of Lot 
812 to the most easterly north-east corner 
thereof; thence by the shortest line to and 
easterly along the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Goat River to the point thereon 
which lies due west of the south-west corner 
of Lot 12603; thence east to said corner; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundary 
of Lot 12603 to the south-east corner-thereof; 
thence northerly, easterly, and northerly along 
respectively the easterly boundary of Lot 12603 
and the southerly and easterly boundaries of 
Lot 3903 to the north-east corner of Lot 3903; 
thence by the shortest line to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Moyic River; 
thence northerly along said boundary and the 
easterly boundary of the watershed of the 











April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1115 


streams flowing westerly into Kootenay Lake 
and Kootenay River to the northerly boundary 
of the watershed of Crawford Creek; thence 
south-westerly along said boundary to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the north-east 
corner of Sub-lot 103 of Lot 4595; thence west 
to said corner; thence westerly along the 
northerly boundaries of Sub-lots 103 and 3 of 
Lot 4595 to the north-west corner of Sub-lot 3; 
thence due west to the middle line of Kootenay 
Lake; thence southerly along said middle line 
to the point thereon which lies due east of the 
north-east corner of Lot 2381; thence west to 
said corner; thence westerly along the north¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 2381 produced to the 
westerly boundary of the watershed of Koote¬ 
nay Lake; thence southerly along said bound¬ 
ary and that of Kootenay River to the south¬ 
erly boundary of the Province; thence easterly 
along said boundary to the point of commence¬ 
ment—all the lots herein above mentioned be¬ 
ing in Kootenay Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and, Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 194G. 

IVTOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
4^ the provisions of clause ( b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 6 
(Kootenay Lake), as follows:— 

School District No. 6 (Kootenay Lake). 

Commencing at the north-west corner of 
Sub-lot 3 of Lot 4595, Kootenay Land District, 
being a point on the easterly shore of Kootenay 
Lake; thence easterly along the northerly 
boundaries of Sub-lots 3 and 103 of Lot 4595 
to the north-east corner of Sub-lot 103; thence 
due east to the northerly boundary of the 
watershed of Crawford Creek; thence north¬ 
easterly along said boundary to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of the streams 
flowing into Kootenay Lake and Duncan River 
to the northerly boundary of the watershed of 
Duncan River; thence westerly and southerly 
along the boundaries of the watershed of Dun¬ 
can River to and continuing southerly along 
the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Healy Creek to the point thereon which lies 
due east of the north-east corner of Lot 7949; 
thence west to said corner; thence westerly 
along the northerly boundaries of Lots 7949 
and 5704 to the north-west corner of Lot 5704; 
thence south-westerly by a straight line across 
Trout Lake to the north-west corner of Lot 
189; thence southerly along the westerly 
boundary of Lot 189 to the northerly boundary 
of the watershed of Mobbs Creek; thence 
westerly along said boundary to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Lardeau River'; 
thence southerly along said boundary and the 
easterly boundary of the watershed of Slocan 
Lake to the point thereon which lies nearest to 
the north-west corner of Lot 456; thence by a 
straight line to said corner; thence southerly 
along the westerly boundary of Lot 456 and the 
easterly boundary of Lot 611 to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Slocan Lake; 
thence southerly along said boundary and that 
of the watershed of Slocan River to the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of the 
West Arm of Kootenay Lake; thence easterly 
along said boundary to and along the southerly 
boundary of the watershed of Coffee Creek to 
the point thereon which lies due west of the 
south-west corner of Lot 185; thence east to 
said corner; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundary of Lot 185 to the south-east corner 


thereof; thence due east to the middle line of 
Kootenay Lake; thence northerly along said 
middle line to the point thereon which lies due 
west of the north-west corner of Sub-lot 3 
aforesaid; thence east to the point of com¬ 
mencement—all the lots herein above mentioned 
being in Kootenay Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

TVTOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
4 ^ the provisions of clause ( b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 7 
(Nelson), as follows:— 

School District No. 7 (Nelson). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of Lot 
185, Kootenay Land District, being a point on 
the westerly shore of Kootenay Lake; thence 
due east to the middle line of Kootenay Lake; 
thence southerly along said middle line to the 
point thereon which lies due east of the north¬ 
east corner of Lot 2381; thence west to said 
corner; thence westerly along the northerly 
boundary of Lot 2381 produced to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Kootenay Lake; 
thence southerly along said boundary and that 
of Kootenay River to the southerly boundary 
of the Province; thence westerly along said 
boundary to the point thereon which lies due 
south of the south-east corner of Lot 10917; 
thence north to said corner; thence northerly 
along the easterly boundaries of Lots 10917, 
7726, 7744, and 7727 to the north-east corner 
of Lot 7727 ; thence by a straight line across 
Pend-d’Oreille River to the south-east corner 
of Lot 7190; thence northerly along the east¬ 
erly boundaries of Lots 7190, 8076, 9401, and 
10186 to the north-east corner of Lot 10186; 
thence due north to the southerly boundary of 
Lot 1236; thence westerly along said boundary 
to the easterly boundary of subdivision of part 
of Sub-lot 1 of Lot 1236, Map 785b, deposited 
in the Land Registry Office at Nelson, B.C.; 
thence northerly along said boundary and the 
westerly boundary of said Sub-lot' 1 to the 
southerly boundary of Block C of said Sub-lot 
1; thence easterly and northerly along the 
boundaries of Blocks C and D both'of said Sub¬ 
lot 1 and continuing northerly along the west¬ 
erly boundary of said Sub-lot 1 to the southerly 
boundary of Sub-lot 35 of Lot 1237; thence 
westerly along the southerly boundary of said 
Sub-lot 35 to and along the southerly boundary 
of Sub-lot 36 of Lot 1237 to the south-west 
corner of said Sub-lot 36; thence northerly 
along the westerly boundaries of Sub-lots 36, 
37, and 39 of Lot 1237 and the easterly bound¬ 
ary of Sub-lot 8 of Lot 1238 to the southerly 
boundary of Sub-lot 9 of Lot 1239; thence 
westerly, northerly, and easterly along the 
southerly, westerly, and northerly boundaries 
of said Sub-lot 9 to that point on the northerly 
boundary thereof which lies due south of the 
south-west corner of Lot 8371; thence north 
to said corner; thence northerly along the 
easterly boundaries of Lots 8371 ‘and 5282 to 
the left bank of Kootenay River; thence west¬ 
erly along said bank to the north-west corner 
of Lot 4024; thence due north across Kootenay 
River to the right bank thereof; thence west¬ 
erly along said bank to the south-west corner 
of Lot 4427a; thence northerly and easterly 
along the boundaries of Lot 4427a to the south¬ 
erly prolongation of the westerly boundary of 
Lot 6299; thence northerly to and alon°- the 
westerly boundary of Lot 6299 to the north¬ 
west corner thereof; thence northerly and 
westerly along the boundaries of Lots 8248 and 






1116 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


8249 to the north-west corner of Lot 8249; 
thence due west to the easterly boundary of 
the watershed of Sloean River; thence north¬ 
erly along said boundary to the northerly 
boundary of the watershed of the West Arm 
of Kootenay Lake; thence easterly along said 
boundary to and along the southerly boundary 
of the watershed of Coffee Creek to the point 
thereon which lies due west of the south-west 
corner of Lot 185; thence east to said corner; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundary 
of Lot 185 to the point of commencement—all 
the lots herein above mentioned being in 
Kootenay Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1949. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 8 
(Sloean), as follows:— 

School District No. 8 (Slocan). 

Commencing at the north-west corner of 
Sub-lot 9 of Lot 1239, Kootenay Land District; 
thence easterly along the northerly boundary 
of said Sub-lot 9 to the point thereon which 
lies due south of the south-west corner of Lot 
8371; thence north to said corner; thence 
northerly along the easterly boundaries of Lots 
8371 and 5282 to the left bank of Kootenay 
River; thence westerly along said bank to the 
north-west corner of Lot 4024; thence due 
north across Kootenay River to the right bank 
thereof; thence westerly along said bank to 
the south-west corner of Lot 4427a; thence 
northerly and easterly along the boundaries of 
Lot 4427a to the southerly prolongation of the 
westerly boundary of Lot 6299; then northerly 
to and along the westerly boundary of Lot 6299 
to the north-west corner thereof; thence 
northerly and westerly along the boundaries of 
Lots 8248 and 8249 to the north-west corner of 
Lot 8249; thence due west to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Slocan River; 
thence northerly along said boundary to the 
point thereon which lies due south of the south¬ 
west corner of Lot 456; thence north to said 
corner; thence northerly along the westerly 
boundary of Lot 456 to the north-west corner 
thereof; thence due west to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Slocan Lake and 
Slocan River; thence northerly along said 
boundary to the easterly boundary of the 
watershed of the Arrow Lakes; thence 

southerly along said boundary to the point 
thereon which lies nearest to the north-east 
corner of Lot 11417; thence by a straight line 
to said corner; thence westerly, southerly, and 
easterly along the boundaries of Lot 11417 to 
the north-west corner of Lot 11339; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of Lot 
11339 to the south-west corner thereof; thence 
due south to the easterly boundary of the 
watershed of the Arrow Lakes; thence 

southerly along said boundary to the northerly 
boundary of the watershed of Norns Creek; 
thence easterly along said boundary to the 
point thereon which lies due north of the north¬ 
west corner of Lot 8643; thence south to said 
corner; thence easterly along the boundaries 
of Lots 8643, 8649, 9410, and 8430 to the 
south-west corner of Lot 8352; thence 

northerly, easterly, and northerly along the 
boundaries of Lot 8352 and continuing 
northerly along the westerly boundaries of 
Lots 8434 and 10922 to the south-east corner 
of Lot 12811; thence westerly and northerly 
along the boundaries of Lot 12811 to the north¬ 


west corner thereof ; thence easterly along the 
northerly boundaries of Lots 12811, 10923, 
8772, and 7367 to the westerly boundary of 
Block 20 of Lot 7367; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundaries of Blocks 20 and 16 of 
Lot 7367 and continuing southerly along the 
westerly boundaries of Lots 7369 and 8382 to 
the northerly boundary of Sub-lot 1 of Lot 
1239; thence westerly and southerly along the 
boundaries of said sub-lot to the south-east 
corner of Lot 9326; thence westerly along the 
southerly boundary of Lot 9326 to the south¬ 
west corner thereof; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundaries of Lots 8353 and 
11761 to the north-east corner of Lot 12464; 
thence westerly, southerly, and easterly along 
the boundaries of Lot 12464 to the south-east 
corner thereof; thence due east to the westerly 
boundary of Lot 302a; thence northerly along 
the westerly boundaries of Lots 302a and 303 
to the right bank of Slocan River; thence 
southerly along said right bank to the point 
thereon which lies due west of the south-west 
corner of Block 1, Plan 782, deposited in the 
Land Registry Office at Nelson, B.C.; thence 
east to said corner; thence easterly and 
northerly along the boundaries of said Block 1 
to the north-east corner thereof; thence 
easterly along the northerly boundaries of 
Blocks 24, 25, and 26, Plan 782 aforesaid, to 
the north-east corner of Lot 26; thence due 
east to the westerly boundary of Parcel 3, D.D. 
22092-1, deposited in the Land Registry Office 
at Nelson, B.C.; thence southerly and easterly 
along the boundaries of said Parcel 3 to the 
south-east corner thereof; thence easterly and 
southerly along the right bank of Kootenay 
River to the point thereon which lies due west 
of the north-west corner of Sub-lot 9 of Lot 
1239; thence east to point of commencement— 
all the lots herein above mentioned being in 
Kootenay Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 9 
(Castlegar), as follows:— 

School District No. 9 (Castlegar). 

Commencing at the south-west corner of Lot 
12897, Kootenay Land District, being a point 
on the easterly shore of Lower Arrow Lake; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundary 
of Lot 12897 to the south-east corner thereof; 
thence due east to the southerly boundary of 
the watershed of Octopus Creek; thence south¬ 
easterly along said boundary to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Lower Arrow 
Lake; thence southerly along said boundary to 
the northerly boundary of the watershed of 
Norns Creek; thence easterly along said bound¬ 
ary to the point thereon which lies due north 
of the north-west corner of Lot 8643; thence 
south to said corner; thence easterly along the 
boundaries of Lots 8643, 8649, 9410, and 8430 
to the south-west corner of Lot 8352; thence 
northerly, easterly, and northerly along the 
boundaries of Lot 8352 and continuing north¬ 
erly along the westerly boundaries of Lots 
8434 and 10922 to the south-east corner of Lot 
12811; thence westerly and northerly along the 
boundaries of Lot 12811 to the north-west cor¬ 
ner thereof; thence easterly along the north¬ 
erly boundaries of Lots 12811, 10923, 8772, and 
7367 to the westerly boundary of Block 20 of 
Lot 7367; thence southerly along the westerly 
boundaries of Blocks 20 and 16 of Lot 7367 and 








April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1117 


continuing southerly along the westerly bound¬ 
aries of Lots 7369 and 8382 to the northerly 
boundary of Sub-lot 1 of Lot 1239; thence 
westerly and southerly along the boundaries of 
said sub-lot to the south-east corner of Lot 
9326; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundary of Lot 9326 to the south-west corner 
thereof; thence southerly along the westerly 
boundaries of Lots 8353 and 11761 to the north¬ 
east corner of Lot 12464; thence westerly, 
southerly, and easterly along the boundaries 
of Lot 12464 to the south-east corner thereof; 
thence due east to the westerly boundary of 
Lot 302a; thence northerly along the westerly 
boundaries of Lots 302a and 303 to the right 
bank <^f Slocan River; thence southerly along 
said right bank to the point thereon which lies 
due west of the south-west corner of Block 1, 
Plan 782, deposited in the Land Registry Office 
at Nelson, B.C.; thence east to said corner; 
thence easterly and northerly along the bound¬ 
aries of said Block 1 to the north-east corner 
thereof; thence easterly along the northerly 
boundaries of Blocks 24, 25, and 26, Plan 782 
aforesaid, to the north-east corner of Block 26; 
thence due east to the westerly boundary of 
Parcel 3, D.D. 22092-1, deposited in the Land 
Registry Office at Nelson, B.C.; thence south¬ 
erly and easterly along the boundaries of said 
Parcel 3 to the south-east corner thereof; 
thence easterly and southerly along the 
right bank of Kootenay River to the point 
thereon which lies due west of the north-west 
corner of Sub-lot 9 of Lot 1239; thence east 
to said corner; thence southerly and easterly 
along the boundaries of said Sub-lot 9 to the 
north-east corner of Sub-lot 8 of Lot 1238; 
thence southerly along the easterly boundary 
of said sub-lot and the westerly boundary of 
Sub-lots 39, 37, and 36 of Lot 1237 to the 
south-west corner of Sub-lot 36; thence west¬ 
erly along the southerly boundaries of Sub¬ 
lots 2, 1, 3, and 5 of Lot 1237 to the south-west 
corner of said Sub-lot 5; thence northerly 
along the westerly boundai'y of said Sub-lot 5 
to the point thereon which lies due east of the 
south-east corner of Sub-lot 71 of Lot 4598; 
thence west to said corner; thence westerly 
along the southerly boundary of said sub-lot to 
the south-west corner thereof; thence due west 
to the point due south of the south-east corner 
of Sub-lot 58 of Lot 4598 ; thence north to 
said corner; thence northerly and westerly 
along the boundaries of Sub-lot 58 to the north¬ 
west corner thereof; thence northerly along 
the left bank of Columbia River to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the south-east 
corner of Sub-lot 12 of Lot 4598; thence west 
to said corner; thence westerly along the south¬ 
erly boundary of said sub-lot and continuing 
to and along the northerly boundaries of Lots 
7187 and 8073 to the north-west corner of Lot 
8073; thence due north to the point due east 
of the south-east corner of Lot 12805 ; thence 
west to said corner; thence westerly along 
said boundary to the easterly limit of the right- 
of-way of the Columbia and Western Railway; 
thence northerly along said easterly limit to 
the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Lower Arrow Lake; thence northerly along 
said boundary to the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Worthington Creek; thence east¬ 
erly along said boundary to the most easterly 
point thereon which lies due west of the south¬ 
west corner of Sub-lot 17 of Lot 7159; thence 
east to said corner; thence easterly along the 
southerly boundary of said sub-lot to the south¬ 
east corner thereof; thence south-easterly by 
a straight line across Lower Arrow Lake to 
the point of commencement—all the lots herein 
above mentioned being in Kootenay Land Dis¬ 
trict. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 10 
(Arrow Lakes), as follows:— 

School District No. 10 (Arrow Lakes). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Upper Arrow Lake with the northerly boundary 
of the watershed of Pingston Creek; thence 
easterly and southerly along the boundary of 
the watershed of Pingston Creek to the point 
thereon which lies due west of the south-west 
corner of Lot 860, Kootenay Land District; 
thence east to said corner; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundary of Lot 860 to the 
south-east corner thereof, being a point on the 
westerly shore of Upper Arrow Lake; thence 
due east to the easterly shore of said lake; 
thence southerly along said shore to the north¬ 
west corner of Lot 100; thence easterly along 
the northerly boundary of Lot 100 to the north¬ 
east corner thereof; thence due east to the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of Half¬ 
way Creek; thence easterly along said bound¬ 
ary to the easterly boundary of the watershed 
of the Arrow Lakes; thence southerly along 
said boundary to the point thereon which lies 
nearest to the north-east corner of Lot 11417; 
thence by a straight line to said corner; thence 
westerly, southerly, and easterly along the 
boundaries of Lot 11417 to the north-west 
corner of Lot 11339; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundary of Lot 11339 to the 
south-west corner thereof; thence due south to 
the easterly boundary of the watershed of the 
Arrow Lakes; thence southerly along said 
boundary to the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Octopus Creek; thence north¬ 
westerly along said boundarv to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the south-east 
corner of Lot 12897; thence west to said 
corner; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundary of Lot 12897 to the south-west corner 
thereof; thence north-westerly by a straight 
line across Lower Arrow Lake to the south¬ 
east corner of Sub-lot 17 of Lot 7159—all the 
lots herein above mentioned being in Kootenay 
Land District; thence westerly along the 
southerly boundai'y of said sub-lot to the south¬ 
west corner thereof; thence due west to the 
southerly boundary of the watershed of Worth¬ 
ington Creek; thence westerly along said 
boundary to the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of the Arrow Lakes; thence north¬ 
erly along said boundary to the southerly 
boundary of Lot 4252, Osoyoos Division of Yale 
Land District; thence easterly along said 
boundary of Lot 4252 to the south-east corner 
thereof; thence due east to the point due south 
of the south-east corner of Lot 2151, Osoyoos 
Division of Yale Land District; thence north 
to said corner; thence northerly along the 
easterly boundary of Lot 2151 to the north-east 
corner thereof; thence due north to the west¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of the Arrow 
Lakes; thence northerly along said boundary 
to the point of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 







1118 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased t^ 
define the boundaries of School District No. 11 
(Trail), as follows:— 

School District No. 11 (Trail). 

Commencing at that point on the southerly 
boundary of the Province which lies due south 
of the south-east corner of Lot 10917, Koote¬ 
nay Land District; thence north to said cor¬ 
ner; thence northerly along the easterly bound¬ 
aries of Lots 10917, 7726, 7744, and 7727 to the 
north-east corner of Lot 7727 ; thence by a 
straight line across Pend-d’Oreille River to the 
south-east corner of Lot 7190; thence north¬ 
erly along the easterly boundaries of Lots 7190, 
8076, 9401, and 10186 to the north-east corner 
of Lot 10186; thence due north to the south¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 1236; thence westerly 
along said boundary to the easterly boundary 
of subdivision of part of Sub-lot 1 of Lot 1236, 
Map 785b, deposited in the Land Registry 
Office at Nelson, B.C.; thence northerly along 
said boundary and the westerly boundary of 
said Sub-lot 1 to the southerly boundary of 
Block C of said Sub-lot 1; thence easterly and 
northerly along the boundaries of Blocks C and 
D both of said Sub-lot 1 and continuing north¬ 
erly along the westerly boundary of said Sub¬ 
lot 1 to the southerly boundary of Sub-lot 35 
of Lot 1237; thence westerly along the south¬ 
erly boundary of said Sub-lot 35 to and along 
the southerly boundaries of Sub-lots 36, 2, 1, 3, 
and 5 of said Lot 1237 to the south-west corner 
of said Sub-lot 5; thence northerly along the 
westerly boundary of said Sub-lot 5 to the 
point thereon which lies due east of the south¬ 
east corner of Sub-lot 71 of Lot 4598; thence 
west to said corner; thence westerly along the 
southerly boundary of said sub-lot to the south¬ 
west corner thereof; thence due west to the 
point due south of the south-east corner of 
Sub-lot 58 of Lot 4598; thence north to said 
corner; thence northerly and westerly along 
the boundaries of Sub-lot 58 to the north-west 
corner thereof; thence northerly along the left 
bank of Columbia River to the point thereon 
which lies due east of the south-east corner of 
Sub-lot 12 of Lot 4598; thence west to said 
corner; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundary of said sub-lot and continuing west¬ 
erly to and along the northeidy boundaries of 
Lots 7187 and 8073 to the north-west corner of 
Lot 8073; thence due north to the point due 
east of the south-east corner of Lot 12805; 
thence west to said corner; thence westerly 
along said boundary to the easterly limit of 
the right-of-way of the Columbia and Western 
Railway; thence southerly along said easterly 
limit to the northerly boundary of Lot 968, 
Similkameen (formerly Osoyoos) Division of 
Yale Land District; thence easterly and south¬ 
erly along the boundaries of Lot 968 to the 
south-east corner thereof; thence due east to 
the easterly boundary of the watershed of 
Christina Lake and Kettle River; thence south¬ 
erly along said boundary to the southerly 
boundary of the Province; thence easterly 
along said boundary to the point of commence¬ 
ment—all the lots herein above mentioned, 
unless specified to the contrary, being in Koote¬ 
nay Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 12 
(Grand Forks), as follows:— 

School District No. 12 (Grand Forks). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the easterly boundary of the watershed of 
Kettle River with the southerly boundary of 
the Province; thence northerly along said 
boundaiy and that of Christina Lake to the 
point thereon which lies due east of the south¬ 
east corner of Lot 968, Similkameen (formerly 
Osoyoos) Division of Yale Land District; 
thence west to said corner; thence northerly 
and westerly along the easterly and northerly 
boundaries of Lot 968 to the easterly limit 
of the right-of-way of the Columbia and 
Western Railway; thence northerly along said 
easterly limit to the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of Lower Arrow Lake; thence 
northerly along said boundary to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the north-west 
corner of Lot 2713; thence west to the west¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of Granby 
River; thence southerly along said boundary 
to the point thereon which lies due north of 
the north-west corner of Lot 3005 (S.) ; thence 
south to said corner; thence easterly, south¬ 
erly, and westerly along the boundaries of said 
lot to the westerly boundary of the watershed 
of Granby River; thence southerly along said 
boundary to the summit of Pelly Mountain; 
thence due east to the point due north of 
the north-west corner of Lot 1439 (S.); 

arence south to said corner; thence southerly 
along the westerly boundary of Lot 1439 (S.) 
jo the westerly boundary of Lot 1222; thence 
southerly along said boundary and continuing 
southerly and westerly along the boundaries of 
Lots 756, 1052, and 1053 to the south-east 
corner of Lot 1067 (S.) ; thence continuing 
westerly along the southerly boundaries of 
ijots 1067 (S.) and 1098 to the easterly bound¬ 
ary of Lot 252; thence southerly and westerly 
along the boundaries of Lot 252 to the easterly 
boundary of Lot 2702; thence southerly along- 
said boundary to the north-westerly boundary 
of Lot 3306; thence southerly along the west¬ 
erly boundaries of Lots 3306 and 3550 to the 
point of intersection of the south-westerly 
boundary of Lot 3550 with the easterly bound¬ 
ary of Lot 2702; thence southerly along said 
easterly boundary, the easteily boundary of 
rmt 3^61, and continuing southerly along the 
easteily boundary of Lot 2702 to the northerly 
boundary of Lot 1776; thence easterly, south¬ 
eily, and westerly along the boundaries of Lot 
1776 to the easterly boundary of Lot 2702; 
tnence southeily along said boundary to the 
noitherly boundary of Lot 1695; thence east¬ 
eily, southerly, and westerly along the bound- 
aiies of Lot 1695 to the easteily boundary of 
iiot 515 (S.) ; thence southerly along the east¬ 
eily boundaries of Lots 515 (S.), 2499 (S.), 
2500 (S.), 2374 (S.), and 2376 (S.), to the 
northerly boundary of Lot 1579 (S.) ; thence 
easterly along said boundary to the westerly 
boundary of Lot 1580 (S.) ; thence northerly, 
easterly, southerly, and westerly along the 
boundaries of Lot 1580 (S.) to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of May Creek; 
thence southerly along said boundary and that 
of the watershed of Gibbs and Stacey Creeks 
to the southerly boundary of the Province; 






April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1119 


thence easterly along' said boundary to the 
point of commencement—all the lots herein 
above mentioned with suffix (S.) being in 
Similkameen Division of Yale Land District 
and all other lots herein above mentioned being 
in Similkameen (formerly Osoyoos) Division 
of Yale Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 13 
(Kettle Valley), as follows:— 

School District No. 13 (Kettle Valley). 

Commencing at the south-west corner of the 
South-east Quarter of Section 2, Township 65 
(an Osoyoos Division of Yale Land District 
township number), being a point on the south¬ 
erly boundary of the Province; thence north¬ 
erly along the westerly boundary of said quar¬ 
ter of Section 2 to the southerly boundary of 
Lot 487 (S.), Similkameen Division of Yale 
Land District; thence westerly and northerly 
along the boundaries of Lot 487 (S.) and con¬ 
tinuing northerly along the westerly bound¬ 
aries of Lots 486 (S.), 488 (S.), 1037 (S.), 
and 777 (S.), the easterly boundary of Lot 
1823 (S.), and the westerly boundary of Lot 
2708, Similkameen (formerly Osoyoos) Divi¬ 
sion of Yale Land District, to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Kettle River; 
thence northerly along said boundary to the 
easterly boundary of Lot 3639; thence north¬ 
erly along the easterly boundary of Lot 3639 
to the north-east corner thereof; thence due 
north to the westerly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Kettle River; thence northerly along 
said boundary to the point thereon which lies 
due south of the south-west corner of Lot 687 
(S.) ; thence north to said corner; thence east¬ 
erly along the southerly boundary of Lot 687 
(S.) and continuing easterly and northeiTy 
along the boundaries of Lot 688 (S.) to the 
southerly boundary of Lot 2730 (S.) ; thence 
easterly and northerly along the boundaries of 
Lots 2730 (S.) and 2729 (S.) to the north-east 
corner of Lot 2729 (S.) ; thence northerly by 
a straight line to and along the easterly bound¬ 
ary of Lot 2731 (S.) to the north-east corner 
thereof; thence due north to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Kettle River; 
thence north-easterly along said boundary to 
the point thereon which lies due east of the 
north-west corner of Lot 2713; thence due east 
to the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Granby River; thence southerly along said 
boundary to the point thereon which lies due 
north of the north-west corner of Lot 3005 (S.) ; 
thence south to said corner; thence easterly, 
southerly, and westerly along the boundaries 
of said lot to the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of Granby River; thence southerly 
along said boundary to the summit of Pelly 
Mountain; thence due east to the point due 
north of the north-west corner of Lot 1439 
(S.) ; thence south to said corner; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of Lot 
1439 (S.) to the westerly boundary of Lot 
1222; thence southerly along said boundary 
and continuing southerly and westerly along 
the boundaries of Lots 756, 1052, and 1053 to 
the south-east corner of Lot 1067 (S.) ; thence 
continuing westerly along the southerly bound¬ 
aries of Lots 1067 (S.) and 1098 to the east¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 252; thence southerly and 
westerly along the boundaries of Lot 252 to 
the easterly boundary of Lot 2702; thence 


southerly along said boundary to the north¬ 
westerly boundary of Lot 3306; thence south¬ 
erly along the westerly boundaries of Lots 
3306 and 3550 to the point of intersection of 
the south-westerly boundary of Lot 3550 with 
the easterly boundary of Lot 2702; thence 
southerly along said easterly boundary, the 
easterly boundary of Lot 3251, and continuing 
southerly along the easterly boundary of Lot 
2702 to the northerly boundary of Lot 1776; 
thence easterly, southerly, and westerly along 
the boundaries of Lot 1776 to the easterly 
boundary of Lot 2702; thence southerly along- 
said boundary to the northerly boundary of 
Lot 1695; thence easterly, southerly, and west¬ 
erly along the boundaries of Lot 1695 to the 
easterly boundary of Lot 515 (S.) ; thence 
southerly along the easterly boundaries of Lots 
515 (S.), 2499 (S.), 2500 (S.), 2374 (S.)_, and 
2376 (S.) to the northerly boundary of Lot 
1579 (S.) ; thence easterly along said boundary 
to the westerly boundary of Lot 1580 (S.) ; 
thence northerly, easterly, southerly, and west¬ 
erly along the boundaries of Lot 1580 (S.) to 
the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
May Creek; thence southerly along said bound¬ 
ary and that of the watershed of Gibbs and 
Stacey Creeks to the southerly boundary of 
the Province; thence westerly along said bound¬ 
ary to the point of commencement—all the lots 
herein above mentioned with suffix (S.) being 
in Similkameen Division of Yale Land District 
and all other lots herein above mentioned being 
in Similkameen (formerly Osoyoos) Division 
of Yale Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (6) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 14 
(Oliver), as follows:— 

School District No. 14 (Oliver). 

Commencing at the south-west corner of the 
South-east Quarter of Section 2, Township 65 
(an Osoyoos Division of Yale Land Discrict 
township number), being a point on the south¬ 
erly boundary of the Province; thence north¬ 
erly along the westerly boundary of said 
quarter of Section 2 to the southerly boundary 
of Lot 487 (S.), Similkameen Division of Yale 
Land District; thence westerly and northeiTy 
along the boundaries of Lot 487 (S.), and con¬ 
tinuing northerly along the westerly bound¬ 
aries of Lots 486 (S.), 488 (S.), 1037 (S), and 
777 (S.), the easterly boundary of Lot 1823 
(S.), and the westerly boundary of Lot 2708, 
Similkameen (formerly Osoyoos) Division of 
Yale Land District, to the westerly boundary 
of the watershed of Kettle River; thence 
northeiTy along said boundary to the easterly 
boundary of Lot 3639; thence northeiTy along 
said boundary to the point thereon which lies 
due east of the north-east corner of Sub-lot 3 
of Lot 3639; thence west to said corner; thence 
westerly along the northeiTy boundary of said 
sub-lot to and along the northeiTy boundary of 
Sub-lot 4 of Lot 3639 to the north-west corner 
thereof; thence due west to the point due 
north of the north-east corner of Sub-lot 9 of 
Lot 2710; thence south to said corner; thence 
southerly and westerly along the boundaries of 
said sub-lot and continuing westerly along the 
southerly boundary of Sub-lot 27 of Lot 2710 
to the south-west corner thereof; thence due 
west to the middle line of Skaha Lake; thence 
southerly along said middle line to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the south-east 











1120 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


corner of Lot 194 (S) ; thence west to said 
corner; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundaries of Lot 194 (S.), Sections 13, 14, 
and 15, Township 88 (an Osoyoos Division of 
Yale Land District township number), and 
Lots 973 (S.) and 2451 (S.) to the south-west 
corner of Lot 2451 (S.) ; thence due south to 
the northerly boundary of Lot 2462 (S.) ; 

thence westerly, southerly, and easterly along 
the boundaries of Lot 2462 (S.), to the easterly 
boundary of Lot 1009; thence southerly and 
westerly along the boundaries of Lot 1009 to 
the easterly boundary of Lot 282; thence 
southerly along the easterly boundary of Lot 
282 and the westerly boundary of Lot 283 to 
the northerly boundary of Lot 1008; thence 
westerly and southerly along the boundaries of 
Lot 1008 to the south-west corner thereof; 
thence due south to the northerly boundary of 
Lot 2349 (S.) ; thence westerly and southerly 
along the boundaries of Lot 2349 (S.) and con¬ 
tinuing southerly along the westerly boundary 
of Lot 2347 (S.) to the northerly boundary of 
Lot 525 (S.); thence westerly and southerly 
along the boundaries of Lot 525 (S.) and con¬ 
tinuing southerly along the westerly bounda¬ 
ries of Lots 523 (S.), 524 (S.), and 2344 (S.) 
to the south-west corner of Lot 2344 (S.) ; 
thence by a straight line to the north-east 
corner of Lot 2242 (S.) ; thence southerly 
along the easterly boundaries of Lots 2242 
(S.), 2241 (S.), and 671 (S.) to the south-east 
corner of Lot (571 (S.) ; thence southerly by 
a straight line to and along the easterly 
boundary of Lot 287 produced to the northerly 
boundary of Lot 2897 (S.) ; thence easterly 
and southerly along the boundaries of Lot 2897 
(S.) and continuing southerly along the east¬ 
erly boundaries of Lots 2896 (S.), 2895 (S.), 
and 2894 (S.) to the south-east corner of Lot 
2894 (S.) ; thence southerly by a straight line 
to and along the easterly boundary of Lot 2099 
(S.) to the northerly boundary of Lot 1897 
(S.) ; thence easterly along the northerly 
boundaries of Lots 1897 (S.) and 1898 (S.) to 
the noi'th-east corner of Lot 1898 (S.) ; thence 
southerly along the easterly boundaries of 
Lots 1898 (S.) and 809 (S.) to the northerly 
boundary of Lot 261; thence easterly along- 
said boundai'y to the westerly boundary of Lot 
260; thence southerly along said westerly 
boundary and that of Lot 354 to the south-west 
corner thereof; thence easterly along the 
southerly boundary of Lot 354 to the westerly 
boundary of Lot 353; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundaries of Lots 353 and 179 
and the easterly boundary of Lot 177 to the 
south-east corner thereof; thence continuing 
southerly by a straight line to and along the 
westerly boundary of Lot 23 (S.) to the south¬ 
erly boundary of the Province; thence easterly 
along said boundary to the point of commence¬ 
ment—all the lots herein above mentioned with 
suffix (S.) being in Similkameen Division of 
Yale Land District and all other lots herein 
above mentioned being in Similkameen (for¬ 
merly Osoyoos) Division of Yale Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act. 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 15 
(Penticton), as follows:— 

School District No. 15 (Penticton). 

Commencing at the south-west corner of 
Sub-lot 27 of Lot 2710, Similkameen (formerly 
Osoyoos) Division of Yale Land District, being 


a point on the easterly shore of Skaha Lake; 
thence due west to the middle line of Skaha 
Lake; thence southerly along said middle line 
to the point thereon which lies due east of the 
south-east corner of Lot 194 (S.), Similkameen 
Division of Yale Land District; thence west 
to said corner; thence westerly along the 
southerly boundaries of Lot 194 (S.), Sections 
13, 14, and 15, Township 88 (an Osoyoos Divi¬ 
sion of Yale Land District township number), 
and Lots 973 (S.) and 2451 (S.) to the south¬ 
west corner of Lot 2451 (S.) ; thence due south 
to the northerly boundary of Lot 2462 (S.); 
thence westerly, southerly, and easterly along 
the boundaries of Lot 2462 (S.) to the easterly 
boundary of Lot 1009; thence southerly and 
westerly along the boundaries of Lot 1009 to 
the easterly boundary of Lot 282; thence south¬ 
erly along the easterly boundary of Lot 282 
and the westerly boundary of Lot 283 to the 
northerly boundary of Lot 1008; thence west¬ 
erly and southerly along the boundaries of Lot 
1008 to the south-west corner thereof; thence 
westerly along the southerly boundary of Lot 
1007 to and along the northerly boundary of 
Lot 2357 (S.) and the southerly boundaries of 
Lots 2834, 908 (S.), and 2403 (S.) to the 
south-west corner of Lot 2403 (S.) ; thence 
due west to the point due south of the south¬ 
east corner of Indian Reserve No. 12; thence 
north to said corner; thence westerly along 
the southerly boundary of Indian Reserve No. 
12 and continuing westerly and northerly along 
the boundaries of Indian Reserve No. 12a to 
the northerly boundary of Lot 2419 (S.) ; 

thence westerly along said boundary to the 
north-west corner of Lot 2419 (S.) ; thence 
due west to the point due south of the south¬ 
west corner of Lot 2964; thence north to said 
corner; thence northerly along the westerly 
boundary of Lot 2964 to the north-west corner 
thereof—all the lots herein above mentioned 
with suffix (S.) being in Similkameen Division 
of Yale Land District and all other lots herein 
above mentioned being in Similkameen (for¬ 
merly Osoyoos) Division of Yale Land Dis¬ 
trict; thence due north to the northerly bound¬ 
ary of the watershed of Shatford Creek; 
thence westerly along said boundary to the 
westerly boundary of the watershed of Oka¬ 
nagan River and Okanagan Lake; thence 
north-westerly along said westerly boundary to 
the northerly boundary of the watershed of 
Lost Chain Creek; thence easterly along said 
boundary to the westerly boundary of Lot 4479, 
Osoyoos Division of Yale Land District; thence 
northerly along the westerly boundaries of 
Lots 4479, 4476, and 4475, all of Osoyoos Divi¬ 
sion of Yale Land District, and the easterly 
boundary of Lot 2093, Kamloops Division of 
Yale Land District, to the north-east corner of 
Lot 2093; thence westerly along the northerly 
boundary of Lot 2093 and the southerly bound¬ 
ary of Lot 4478, Osoyoos Division of Yale Land 
District, to the south-west corner of Lot 4478; 
thence northerly and easterly along the bound¬ 
aries of Lot 4478 to the south-east corner of 
Lot 2092, Kamloops Division of Yale Land 
District; thence northerly along the easterly 
boundary of Lot 2092 to the north-east corner 
thereof; thence due east to the point due south 
of the south-west corner of Lot 4485, Osoyoos 
Division of Yale Land District; thence north 
to said corner; thence easterly and northerly 
along the boundai-ies of Lot 4485 to the point 
thereon which lies due west of the north-west 
corner of Lot 3925; thence east to said corner; 
thence easterly along the northerly boundaries 
of Lots 3925 and 1376 to the north-east corner 
of Lot 1376; thence southerly along the east¬ 
erly boundaries of Lots 1376, 1379, 3923, and 
3924 to the south-east corner of Lot 3924; 
thence due south to the point due west of the 
south-west corner of Lot 4245; thence east to 
said corner; thence easterly along the south¬ 
erly boundaries of Lots 4245 and 2898 to the 
south-east corner of Lot 2898—all the lots 
herein above mentioned, beginning with Lot 








April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1121 


4485. being in Osoyoos Division of Yale Land 
District; thence due east to the middle line of 
Okanagan Lake; thence north-easterly along- 
said middle line to the point thereon which lies 
due north of the north-west corner of Lot 502 
(S.), Similkameen Division of Yale Land Dis¬ 
trict; thence south to said corner; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of Lot 
502 (S.) to the south-west corner thereof; 
thence easterly along- the southerly boundaries 
of Lot 502 (S.) and Sub-lot 25 of Lot 2711, 
Similkameen (formerly Osoyoos) Division of 
Yale Land District, to the south-east corner of 
Sub-lot 25; thence due east to the westerly 
boundary of the North-east Quarter of Section 
3, Township 28 (an Osoyoos Division of Yale 
Land District township number) ; thence south¬ 
erly along said boundary of said quarter- 
section to the south-west corner thereof; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundary of said 
quarter-section and that of the North-west 
Quarter of Section 2 of said township to the 
south-east corner of said quarter-section; 
thence northerly along the easterly boundary 
of said quarter-section and that of the West 
Half of Section 11 of said township to the 
southerly boundary of Section 14 thereof; 
thence easterly along said boundary of Section 
14 to the south-east corner thereof; thence 
easterly by a straight line to the south-west 
corner of Sub-lot 28 of Lot 2711 and continu¬ 
ing easterly along the southerly boundary of 
Sub-lot 28 to the south-east corner thereof; 
thence due east to the meridian through the 
south-east corner of Section 36, Township 29 
(an Osoyoos Division of Yale Land District 
township number) ; thence due north to the 
point due west of the north-west corner of Lot 
2712; thence east to said corner; thence east¬ 
erly along the northerly boundary of Lot 2712 
to the north-east corner thereof; thence east¬ 
erly by a straight line to the north-west corner 
of Lot 2713; thence due east to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Kettle River; 
thence south-westerly along said boundary to 
the point thereon which lies due north of the 
north-east corner of Lot 2731 (S.) ; thence 
south to said corner; thence southerly along 
the easterly boundary of Lot 2731 (S.) and 
continuing by a straight line to and along the 
easterly boundaries of Lots 2729 (S.) and 2730 
(S.) to the south-east corner of Lot 2730 (S.) ; 
thence westerly along the southerly boundary 
of Lot 2730 (S.) to the easterly boundary of 
Lot 688 (S.); thence southerly and westerly 
along the boundaries of Lot 688 (S.) and con¬ 
tinuing westerly along the southerly boundary 
of Lot 687 (S.) to the south-west corner 
thereof; thence due south to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Kettle River; 
thence southerly along said boundary to the 
most southerly point thereon which lies due 
north of the north-east corner of Lot 3639; 
thence south to said corner; thence southerly 
along the easterly boundary of Lot 3639 to the 
point thereon which lies due east of the north¬ 
east corner of Sub-lot 3 of Lot 3639; thence 
west to said corner; thence westerly along the 
northerly boundary of said sub-lot to and along 
the northerly boundary of Sub-lot 4 of Lot 3639 
to the north-west corner thereof; thence due 
west to the point due north of the north-east 
corner of Sub-lot 9 of Lot 2710; thence south 
to said corner; thence southerly and westerly 
along the boundaries of said sub-lot and con¬ 
tinuing westerly along the southerly boundary 
of Sub-lot 27 of Lot 2710 to the point of com¬ 
mencement—all the lots herein above mentioned 
with suffix (S.), beginning with Lot 502 (S.), 
being in Similkameen Division of Yale Land 
District and all other lots herein above men¬ 
tioned, beginning with Lot 2711, being in 
Similkameen (formerly Osoyoos) Division of 
Yale Land District. 


F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 16 
(Keremeos), as follows:— 

School District No. 16 (Keremeos). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the southerly boundary of the Province with 
the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Ashnola River; thence northerly along said 
westerly boundary to the southerly boundary 
of the watershed of Smith Creek; thence east¬ 
erly and northerly along the southerly and 
easterly boundaries of the watershed of Smith 
Creek to the point thereon which lies due south 
of the south-west corner of Lot 841, Similka¬ 
meen (formerly Osoyoos) Division of Yale 
Land District; thence north to said corner; 
thence northerly along the westerly boundary 
of Lot 841 and the easterly boundaries of 
Indian Reserve No. 5 and Lot 3105 to the 
north-east corner of Lot 3105; thence due east 
to the easterly boundary of the watershed of 
Arcat Creek; thence northerly along said 
boundary to the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of Hedley Creek; thence northerly, 
easterly, and southerly along the boundaries of 
the watershed of Hedley Creek to the northerly 
boundary of the watershed of Shatford Creek; 
thence easterly along said boundary to the 
point thereon which lies due north of the north¬ 
west corner of Lot 2964; thence south to said 
corner; thence southerly along the westerly 
boundary of Lot 2964 to the south-west corner 
thereof; thence due south to the point due 
west of the north-west corner of Lot 2419 (S.), 
Similkameen Division of Yale Land District; 
thence east to said corner; thence easterly 
along the northerly boundary of Lot 2419 (S.) 
to the westerly boundary of Indian Reserve 
No. 12a; thence southerly and easterly along 
the boundaries of Indian Reserve No. 12a and 
continuing along the southerly boundary of 
Indian Reserve No. 12 to the south-east corner 
thereof; thence due south to the point due 
west of the south-west corner of Lot 2403 (S.); 
thence east to said corner; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundaries of Lots 2403 
(S.), 908 (S.), 2834, Section 30, Township 53 
(an Osoyoos Division of Yale Land District 
township number), and Lot 1007 to the south¬ 
east corner of Lot 1007; thence due south to 
the northerly boundary of Lot 2349 (S.) ; 

thence westerly and southerly along the bound¬ 
aries of Lot 2349 (S.) and continuing southerly 
along the westerly boundary of Lot 2347 (S.) 
to the northerly boundary of Lot 525 (S.) ; 
thence westerly and southerly along the bound¬ 
aries of Lot 525 (S.) and continuing southerly 
along the westerly boundaries of Lots 523 (S.), 
524 (S.), and 2344 (S.) to the south-west 
corner of Lot 2344 (S.) ; thence by a straight 
line to the north-east corner of Lot 2242 (S.) ; 
thence southerly along the easterly boundaries 
of Lots 2242 (S.), 2241 (S.), and 671 (S.) to 
the south-east corner of Lot 671 (S.) ; thence 
southerly to and along the easterly boundary 
of Lot 287 produced to the northerly boundary 
of Lot 2897 (S.); thence easterly and southerly 
along the boundaries of Lot 2897 (S.) and con¬ 
tinuing southerly along the easterly boundaries 
of Lots 2896 (S.), 2895 (S.), and 2894 (S.) to 
the south-east corner of Lot 2894 (S.) ; thence 
southerly by a straight line to and along the 
easterly boundary of Lot 2099 (S.) to the 
northerly boundary of Lot 1897 (S.) ; thence 
easterly along the northerly boundaries of Lots 
1897 (S.) and 1898 (S.) to the north-east 
corner of Lot 1898 (S.) ; thence southerly 
along the easterly boundaries of Lots 1898 (S.) 


10 







1122 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


and 809 (S.) to the northerly boundary of Lot 
261; thence easterly along said boundary to 
the westerly boundary of Lot 260; thence 
southerly along said westerly boundary and 
that of Lot 354 to the south-west corner 
thereof; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundary of Lot 354 to the westerly boundary 
of Lot 353; thence southerly along the westerly 
boundaries of Lots 353 and 179 and the east¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 177 to the south-east 
corner thereof; thence continuing southerly by 
a straight line to and along the westerly 
boundary of Lot 23 (S.) to the southerly 
boundary of the Province; thence westerly 
along said boundary to the point of commence¬ 
ment—all the lots herein above mentioned with 
suffix (S.) being in Similkameen Division of 
Yale Land District and all other lots herein 
above mentioned being in Similkameen (for¬ 
merly Osoyoos) Division of Yale Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

TV"OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 17 
(Princeton), as follows:— 

School District No. 17 (Princeton). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the southerly boundary of the Province with 
the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Ashnola River; thence northerly along said 
westerly boundary to the southerly boundary 
of the watershed of Smith Creek; thence east¬ 
erly and northerly along the southerly and 
easterly boundaries of the watershed of Smith 
Creek to the point thereon which lies due south 
of the south-west corner of Lot 841, Similka¬ 
meen (formerly Osoyoos) Division of Yale 
Land District; thence north to said corner; 
thence northerly along the- westerly boundary 
of Lot 841 and the easterly boundaries of 
Indian Reserve No. 5 and Lot 3105, Similka¬ 
meen (formerly Osoyoos) Division of Yale 
Land District, to the north-east corner of Lot 
3105; thence due east to the easterly boundary 
of the watershed of Arcat Creek; thence 
northerly along said boundary to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of McNulty Creek; 
thence northerly along said boundary to the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of Lost 
Chain Creek; thence easterly along said 
boundary to the westerly boundary of Lot 
4479, Osoyoos Division of Yale Land District; 
thence northerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Lots 4479, 4476, and 4475, all of Osoyoos 
Division of Yale Land District, and the east¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 2093, Kamloops Division 
of Yale Land District, to the north-east corner 
of Lot 2093; thence westerly along the north- 
ei'ly boundary of Lot 2093 and the southerly 
boundary of Lot 4478, Osoyoos Division of 
Yale Land District, to the south-west corner of 
Lot 4478; thence northerly and easterly along 
the boundaries of Lot 4478 to the south-east 
corner of Lot 2092, Kamloops Division of Yale 
Land District; thence northerly along the 
easterly boundary of Lot 2092 to the north¬ 
east corner thereof; thence due east to the 
point due south of the south-west corner of Lot. 
4485, Osoyoos Division of Yale Land District; 
thence north to said corner; thence northerly 
along the westerly boundary of Lot 4485 to the 
more westerly north-west corner thereof; 
thence due north to the southerly boundary of 
the watershed of Peachland Creek; thence 
westerly along said boundary and the north¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of Trout and 


Siwash Creeks to the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of Siwash Creek; thence southerly 
along said boundaiy to the northerly boundary 
of the watershed of Dillard Creek; thence 
south-westerly along said boundary to the 
point thereon which lies nearest to the north¬ 
east corner of Lot 4522, Kamloops Division of 
Yale Land District; thence by a straight line 
to said corner; thence westerly along the 
northerly boundary of Lot 4522 to the north¬ 
west corner thereof; thence westerly by a 
straight line to the south-east corner of Lot 
2372 and continuing westerly along the south¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 2372 to the south-west 
corner thereof; thence due west to the easterly 
boundary of Lot 2374; thence southerly, west¬ 
erly, and southerly along the easterly and 
southerly boundaries of Lot 2374 and the east- 
eily boundary of Lot 2376 respectively to the 
south-east corner of Lot 2376; thence due 
south to the point due east of post numbered 
and marked thirty-two (32) set on the sur¬ 
veyed boundary of Yale and Kamloops Divi¬ 
sions of Yale Land District; thence west to 
said post; thence westerly along said surveyed 
boundary to the easterly boundary of Lot 1778, 
Yale Division of Yale Land District; thence 
northerly along said boundary to the south-east 
corner of Lot 2829; thence westerly, southerly, 
westerly, and northerly along the boundaries 
of Lot 2829 to the said surveyed land district 
boundary—all the lots herein above mentioned, 
unless specified to the contrary, being in Kam¬ 
loops Division of Yale Land District; thence 
westerly, northerly, westerly, and northerly 
along said surveyed boundary to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the south-east 
corner of Lot 919, Yale Division of Yale Land 
District; thence west to said corner; thence 
westerly, southerly, and westerly along the 
southerly boundary of Lot 919 and the east¬ 
erly and southerly boundaries of Lot 920, Yale 
Division of Yale Land District, respectively, 
to the south-west corner of Lot 920; thence 
due west to the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of Similkameen River; thence south- 
eily along said boundary to the northerly 
boundary of Township 5, Range 23, west of the 
6th meridian; thence westerly, southerly, and 
easterly along the boundaries of said township 
to the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Similkameen River; thence southerly along 
said boundary to the southerly boundary of 
the Province; thence easterly along said 
boundary to the point of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 18 
(Golden), as follows:— 

School District No. 18 (Golden). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the easterly boundary of the Province with the 
westerly boundary of the watershed of Koote¬ 
nay River; thence southerly along said water¬ 
shed boundary to the point thereon which lies 
due east of the south-east corner of Section 
13, Township 23, Range 18, west of* the 5th 
meridian; thence west to said corner; thence 
westerly along the southerly boundaries of 
Sections 13, 14, and 15 to the north-east corner 
of Section 9; thence southerly and westerly 
along the boundaries of Section 9 to the east¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 648, Kootenay Land Dis¬ 
trict; thence southerly, westerly, and northerly 
along the boundaries of Lot 648 to the south- 








April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1123 


erly boundary of Section 9 aforesaid; thence 
westerly along the southerly boundaries of 
Sections 9 and 8, the northerly boundary of 
Lot 1109, the southerly boundary of Section 8 
aforesaid, the northerly boundaries of Lots 
6658 and 6659, and the southerly boundary of 
Section 7 to the south-west corner of Section 7 
—-all the sections herein above mentioned being 
in Township 23, Range 18, aforesaid; thence 
continuing westerly along the southerly bound¬ 
ary of Section 12, Township 23, Range 19, to the 
north-east corner of Section 2; thence south¬ 
erly along the easterly boundary of Section 2 
to the south-east corner thereof; thence west¬ 
erly along the southerly boundaries of Sections 
2, 3, 4, and 5, in Township 23, Range 19, pro¬ 
duced to the northerly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Bugaboo Creek; thence westerly and 
southerly along said boundary to the divide 
separating the waters flowing easterly into Co¬ 
lumbia River from those flowing westerly into 
Duncan and Columbia Rivers; thence north¬ 
erly along said divide produced to the point 
of intersection of the middle line of Columbia 
River with that of Canoe River produced 
southerly; thence continuing northerly to and 
along the middle line of Canoe River to the 
westerly production of the southerly boundary 
of the watershed of Baker Creek; thence east¬ 
erly to and along said boundary to the easterly 
boundary of the Province; thence southerly 
along said boundary to the point of commence¬ 
ment—all the lots herein above mentioned 
being in Kootenay Land District and all the 
ranges herein above mentioned being west of 
the 5th meridian. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 19 
(Revelstoke), as follows:— 

School District No. 19 (Revelstoke). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of Lot 
860, Kootenay Land District, being a point on 
the westerly shore of Upper Arrow Lake; 
thence due east to the easterly shore of said 
lake; thence southerly along said shore to the 
north-west corner of Lot 100; thence easterly 
along the northerly boundary of Lot 100 to 
the north-east corner thereof; thence due east 
to the northerly boundary of the watershed of 
Halfway Creek; thence easterly along said 
boundary to the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of the streams flowing easterly into 
Trout Lake; thence south-easterly along said 
boundary to the northerly boundary of the 
watershed of Mobbs Creek; thence easterly 
along said boundary to the westerly boundary 
of Lot 189; thence northerly along the west¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 189 to the north-west 
corner thereof; thence north-easterly by a 
straight line to the north-west corner of Lot 
5704; thence easterly along the northerly 
boundaries of Lots 5704 and 7949 to the north¬ 
east corner of Lot 7949; thence due east to the 
westerly boundary of the watershed of Healy 
Creek; thence northerly along said boundary 
to the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Duncan River; thence northerly along said 
boundary to the divide separating the waters 
flowing easterly into Columbia River from 
those flowing westerly thereinto; thence north¬ 
westerly along said divide produced to the 
point of intersection of the middle line of Co¬ 
lumbia River with that of Canoe River pro¬ 
duced southerly; thence northerly to and along 


the middle line of Canoe River to the easterly 
production of the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Foster Creek; thence westerly to 
and along said boundary to the westerly bound¬ 
ary of the watershed of Columbia River; 
thence southerly along said boundary to the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of Pings- 
ton Creek; thence easterly and southerly along 
the northerly and easterly boundaries of the 
watershed of Pingston Creek to the point 
thereon which lies due west of the south-west 
corner of Lot 860 aforesaid; thence east to 
said corner; thence easterly along the south¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 860 to the point of com¬ 
mencement—all the lots herein above men¬ 
tioned being in Kootenay Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 20 
(Salmon Arm), as follows:— 

School District No. 20 (Salmon Arm). 

Commencing at the north-west corner of Sec¬ 
tion 34, Township 19, Range 9, west of the 6th 
meridian, being the most easterly south-east 
corner of the District Municipality of Salmon 
Arm, as defined by notice in The British 
Columbia Gazette under date of May 4th, 1905; 
thence southerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Sections 34, 27, 22, 15, 10, and 3 to the 
southerly boundary of said Township 19; 
thence westerly along said southerly boundary 
to the north-west corner of the North-east 
Quarter of Section 33, Township 18, Range 9; 
thence southerly along the westerly boundaries 
of the Easterly Half of Sections 33, 28, 21, and 
16 of said Township 18 to the northerly bound¬ 
ary of Township 35, Osoyoos Division of Yale 
Land District, being a point on the northerly 
boundary of the Township Municipality of 
Spallumcheen, as defined by notice in the afore¬ 
said Gazette under date of July 21st, 1892; 
thence westerly along said boundary to the 
most northerly north-west corner of said 
municipality; thence southerly along the west¬ 
erly boundary of said Municipality of Spallum¬ 
cheen to the southerly boundary of Section 9, 
Township 17, Range 10; thence westerly along 
the southerly boundaries of Sections 9, 8, and 
7 of said township and of Sections 12, 11, and 
10 of Township 17, Range 11, to the south-west 
corner of Section 10; thence northerly along 
the westerly boundary of said section to the 
north-west corner thereof; thence westerly 
along the southerly boundaries of Sections 16 
and 17 of said township and of Lots 2249, 4666, 
and 4667, all of Osoyoos Division of Yale Land 
District, to the south-west corner of Lot 4667; 
thence northerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Lots 4667 and 4665, Osoyoos Division of 
Yale Land District, to the southerly boundary 
of Section 24, Township 17, Range 12; thence 
westerly along the southerly boundaries of 
Sections 24, 23, and 22 of said township to the 
south-west corner of Section 22; thence south¬ 
erly and westerly along the easterly and south¬ 
erly boundaries respectively of Sections 16, 8, 
and 6 to the westerly boundary of said town¬ 
ship; thence northerly along said boundary to 
the southerly boundary of Lot 472, Kamloops 
Division of Yale Land District; thence west¬ 
erly, northerly, and easterly along the bounda¬ 
ries of said Lot 472 to the westerly boundary 
of Township 17, Range 12; thence northerly 
along said boundary and that of Township 18, 
Range 12, to the north-west corner thereof; 
thence easterly and northerly along the south- 









1124 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


erly and easterly boundaries of Township 19, 
Range 12, and continuing northerly along the 
easterly boundary of Township 20, Range 12, 
to the north-east corner thereof; thence west¬ 
erly along the southerly boundary of Township 
21, Range 12, to the south-east corner of Sec¬ 
tion 3 of said Township 21; thence northerly 
along the easterly boundaries of Sections 3, 
10, 15, and 22 to the north-east corner of Sec¬ 
tion 22, Township 21, Range 12; thence west¬ 
erly along the southerly boundary of Section 
27, Township 21, Range 12, to the south-west 
corner thereof; thence northerly along the 
easterly boundaries of Sections 28 and 33 to 
the noi-therly boundary of Township 21, Range 
12, and continuing northerly along the easterly 
boundaries of Sections 4 and 9, Township 22, 
Range 12, to the southerly boundary of Indian 
Reserve No. 2 (Chum Creek) ; thence westerly 
along said boundary to the shore of Little 
Shuswap Lake; thence north-easterly, north¬ 
westerly, and south-westerly along the shore 
of said lake to the south-east corner of Indian 
Reserve No. 1 (Quaaout) ; thence along the 
southerly and westerly boundaries of said 
Indian reserve to the westerly boundary of 
Township 22, Range 12; thence northerly and 
easterly along the boundaries of said Township 
22 to the middle line of Adams River; thence 
northerly along said middle line and that of 
Adams Lake to the southerly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 26, Township 23, Range 13; thence east¬ 
erly along the southerly boundaries of Sections 
26 and 25, Township 23, Range 13, and the 
southerly boundaries of Sections 30, 29, 28, 27, 
26, and 25, Township 23, Range 12, to the 
south-east corner of Section 25, Township 23, 
Range 12; thence due north to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Adams Lake; 
thence northerly along said boundary to the 
point thereon which lies due south of the south¬ 
east corner of Lot 3589, Kamloops Division of 
Yale Land District; thence north to said cor¬ 
ner; thence due east to the easterly boundary 
of the watershed of Adams Lake and Adams 
River; thence northerly along said boundary 
to the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Columbia River; thence southerly along said 
boundary to the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Eagle River; thence south-west¬ 
erly along said boundary and the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Mara Lake to 
the southerly boundary of Township 21, Range 
7; thence westerly along the southerly bounda¬ 
ries of Township 21, Ranges 7, 8, and 9, to the 
easterly boundary of the Municipality of 
Salmon Arm aforesaid; thence southerly along 
said boundary to the point of commencement- 
all the ranges herein above mentioned being 
west of the 6th meridian. 

F. T. FATREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act. 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 21 
(Armstrong), as follows: — 

School District No. 21 (Armstrong). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of the 
Township Municipality of Spallumcheen as de¬ 
fined by notice in The British Columbia Gazette 
under date of July 21st, 1892; thence north¬ 
erly, easterly, and northerly along the bound¬ 
aries of said municipality to the southerly 
boundary of Section 14, Township 17, Range 9, 
west of the 6th meridian; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundaries of Sections 14 
and 13 to the south-east corner of Section 13; 


thence northerly along the easterly boundary 
of Section 13 to the boundary of the Munici¬ 
pality of Spallumcheen aforesaid; thence east¬ 
erly and northerly along the boundary of said 
municipality to the southerly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 19, Township 17, Range 8; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundaries of Sections 19 
and 20 to the south-east corner of Section 20; 
thence northerly along the easterly boundary 
of Section 20 to the southerly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 28; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundaries of Sections 28 and 27 to the south¬ 
east corner of Section 27; thence northerly 
along the easterly boundary of Section 27 to 
the southerly boundary of Section 35; thence 
easterly, northerly, and easterly along the 
boundaries of Section 35 of said Township 17, 
Range 8, and Section 1, Township 18, Range 8, 
to the south-east corner of said Section 1; 
thence due east to the easterly boundary of 
the watershed of Mabel Lake; thence north¬ 
easterly along said boundary to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Columbia River; 
thence northerly along said boundary to the 
southerly boundary of the watershed of Eagle 
River; thence south-westerly along said bound¬ 
ary and the easterly boundary of the watershed 
of Mara Lake to the southerly boundary of 
Township 21, Range 7; thence westerly along 
the southerly boundaries of Township 21 in 
Ranges 7, 8, and 9 to the easterly boundary of 
the District Municipality of Salmon Arm, as 
defined by notice in The British Columbia 
Gazette under date of May 4th, 1905; thence 
southerly along said boundary to the south-east 
corner of said municipality; thence southerly 
along the westerly boundaries of Sections 34, 
27, 22, 15, 10, and 3 to the southerly boundary 
of Township 19, Range 9; thence westerly 
along said southerly boundary to the north¬ 
west corner of the North-east Quarter of 
Section 33, Township 18, Range 9; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundaries of the 
Easterly Half of Sections 33, 28, 21, and 16 of 
said Township 18 to the northerly boundary 
of Township 35, Osoyoos Division of Yale 
Land District, being a point on the northerly 
boundary of the Municipality of Spallumcheen 
aforesaid; thence westerly along said boundary 
to the most northerly north-west corner of said 
municipality; thence southerly and easterly 
along the westerly and southerly boundaries of 
said municipality to the point of commence¬ 
ment—all the ranges herein above mentioned 
being west of the 6th meridian. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 22 
(Vernon), as follows:— 

School District No. 22 (Vernon). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of the 
Township Municipality of Spallumcheen, as 
defined by notice in The British Columbia 
Gazette under date of July 21st, 1892; thence 
northerly, easterly, and northerly along the 
boundaries of said municipality to the south¬ 
erly boundary of Section 14, Township 17, 
Range 9, west of the 6th meridian; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundaries of 
Sections 14 and 13 to the south-east corner of 
Section 13; thence northerly along the east¬ 
erly boundary of Section 13 to the boundary 
of the Municipality of Spallumcheen aforesaid; 
thence easterly and northerly along the bound¬ 
ary of said municipality to the southerly 
boundary of Section 19, Township 17, Range 









April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1125 


8; thence easterly along - the southerly bound¬ 
aries of Sections 19 and 20 to the south-east 
corner of Section 20; thence northerly along 
the easterly boundary of Section 20 to the 
southerly boundary of Section 28; thence east¬ 
erly along the southerly boundaries of Sec¬ 
tions 28 and 27 to the south-east corner of 
Section 27; thence northerly along the east¬ 
erly boundary of Section 27 to the southerly 
boundary of Section 35; thence easterly, 
northerly, and easterly along the boundaries 
of Section 35, of said Township 17, Range 8, 
and Section 1, Township 18, Range 8, to the 
south-east corner of said Section 1; thence 
due east to the easterly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Mabel Lake; thence north-easterly 
along said boundary to the westerly boundary 
of the watershed of Columbia River; thence 
southerly along said boundary and that of 
the watershed of the Arrow Lakes to the point 
thereon which lies due north of the north-east 
corner of Lot 2151, Osoyoos Division of Yale 
Land District; thence south to said corner; 
thence southerly along the easterly boundary 
of Lot 2151 to the south-east corner thereof; 
thence due south to the point due east of the 
south-east corner of Lot 4252. Osoyoos Division 
of Yale Land District; thence west to said 
corner; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundary of Lot 4252 to the westerly boundary 
of the watershed of the Arrow Lakes; thence 
southerly along said westerly boundary to the 
point thereon which lies due east of the north¬ 
west corner of Lot 2713, Similkameen (form¬ 
erly Osoyoos) Division of Yale Land District; 
thence west to the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of Kettle River; thence north¬ 
easterly along said boundary to the southerly 
boundary of the watershed of Harris Creek; 
thence westerly along said boundary and con¬ 
tinuing westerly and northerly along the south¬ 
erly and westerly boundaries of the watershed 
of Duteau Creek to the point thereon which 
lies due east of the south-east corner of the 
Fractional South-west Quarter of Section 25, 
Township 14, Osoyoos Division of Yale Land 
District; thence west to said corner; thence 
westerly along the southerly boundaries of Sec¬ 
tions 25, 26, 27, 28, and 29 of said township to 
the easterly shore of Okanagan Lake; thence 
due west to the middle line of said lake; thence 
northerly along said middle line to the point 
thereon which lies due south of the south-west 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 1 (Okanagan) ; 
thence north to said corner; thence northerly 
along the westerly boundary of said Indian 
reserve to the southerly boundary of Lot 3331, 
Osoyoos Division of Yale Land District; thence 
westerly and northerly along the boundaries of 
Lot 3331 to the south-east corner of Lot 450; 
thence westerly along the southerly boundaries 
of Lots 450, 913, and 4018 to the south-west 
corner of Lot 4018; thence due west to the 
westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Okanagan Lake; thence northerly along said 
boundary to the southerly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 6, Township 17, Range 12; thence east¬ 
erly and northerly along the southerly and 
easterly boundaries respectively of Sections 6, 
8, and 16 of said township to the south-west 
corner of Section 22; thence easterly along 
the southerly boundaries of Sections 22, 23, 
and 24 of said township to the north-west 
corner of Lot 4665; thence southerly along the 
westerly boundaries of Lots 4665 and 4667 to 
the south-west corner of Lot 4667; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundaries of Lots 
4667, 4666, and 2249 and continuing along the 
southerly boundaries of Sections 17 and 16, 
Township 17, Range 11, to the north-west 
corner of Section 10 of said township, thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of said 
Section 10 to the south-west corner thereof; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundaries 
of Sections 10, 11, and 12, Township 17, Range 
11 and the southerly boundaries of Sections 7, 
8, and 9, Township 17, Range 10, to the west¬ 


erly boundary of the Municipality of Spal- 
lumcheen aforesaid; thence southerly and 
easterly along the westerly and southerly 
boundaries of said municipality to the point of 
commencement—all the lots herein above men¬ 
tioned being in Osoyoos Division of Yale Land 
District and all the ranges herein above men¬ 
tioned being west of the 6th meridian. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 23 
(Kelowna), as follows:— 

School District No. 23 (Kelowna). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of Lot 
2898, Osoyoos Division of Yale Land District, 
being a point on the westerly shore of Okanagan 
Lake; thence due east to the middle line of Oka¬ 
nagan Lake; thence north-easterly along said 
middle line to the point thereon which lies due 
north of the north-west corner of Lot 502 (S.), 
Similkameen Division of Yale Land District; 
thence south to said corner; thence southerly 
along the westerly boundary of Lot 502 (S.) 
to the south-west corner thereof; thence east¬ 
erly along the southerly boundaries of Lot 
502 (S.) and Sub-lot 25 of Lot 2711, Similka¬ 
meen (formerly Osoyoos) Division of Yale 
Land District, to the south-east corner of Sub¬ 
lot 25; thence due east to the westerly bound¬ 
ary of the North-east Quarter of Section 3, 
Township 28 (an Osoyoos Division of Yale 
Land District township number) ; thence 
southerly along said boundary of said quarter- 
section to the south-west corner thereof; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundary 
of said quarter-section and that of the North¬ 
west Quarter of Section 2 of said township to 
the south-east corner of said quarter-section; 
thence northerly along the easterly boundary 
of said quarter-section and that of the West 
Half of Section 11 of said township to the 
southerly boundary of Section 14 thereof; 
thence easterly along said boundary of Section 
14 to the south-east coiner thereof; thence 
easterly by a straight line to the south-west 
corner of Sub-lot 28 of Lot 2711, Similkameen 
(formerly Osoyoos) Division of Yale Land 
District, and continuing easterly along the 
southerly boundary of Sub-lot 28 to the south¬ 
east corner thereof; thence due east to the 
meridian through the south-east corner of 
Section 36, Township 29 (an Osoyoos Division 
of Yale Land District township number) ; 
thence due north to the point due west of the 
north-west corner of Lot 2712, Similkameen 
(formerly Osoyoos) Division of Yale Land 
District; thence east to said corner; thence 
easterly along the northerly boundary of Lot 
2712 to the north-east corner thereof; thence 
easterly by a straight line to the north-west 
corner of Lot 2713, Similkameen (formerly 
Osoyoos) Division of Yale Land District; 
thence due east to the westerly boundary of 
the watershed of Kettle River; thence north¬ 
easterly along said boundary to the southerly 
boundary of the watershed of Harris Creek; 
thence westerly along said boundary and con¬ 
tinuing westerly and northerly along the 
southerly and westerly boundaries of the 
watershed of Duteau Creek to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the south-east 
corner of the Fractional South-west Quarter 
of Section 25, Township 14, Osoyoos Division 
of Yale Land District; thence west to said 
corner; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundaries of Sections 25, 26, 27, 28, and 29 of 












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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


said township to the easterly shore of Okana¬ 
gan Lake; thence due west to the middle line 
of said lake; thence northerly along said 
middle line to the point thereon which lies due 
south of the south-west corner of Indian Re¬ 
serve No. 1 (Okanagan) ; thence north to said 
corner; thence northerly along the westerly 
boundary of said Indian reserve to the south¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 3331; thence westerly 
and northerly along the boundaries of Lot 3331 
to the south-east corner of Lot 450; thence 
westerly along the southerly boundaries of 
Lots 450, 913, and 4018 to the south-west 
corner of Lot 4018; thence due west to the 
westerly boundary of the watershed of Okana¬ 
gan Lake; thence southerly along said bound¬ 
ary to the most southerly point thereon which 
lies due north of the more westerly north-west 
coiner of Lot 4485; thence south to said 
corner; thence southerly, easterly, and north¬ 
erly along the boundaries of Lot 4485 to that 
point on the easterly boundary thereof which 
lies due west of the north-west corner of Lot 
3925; thence east to said corner; thence east¬ 
erly along the northerly boundaries of Lots 
3925 and 1376 to the north-east corner of Lot 
1376; thence southerly along the easterly 
boundaries of Lots 1376, 1379, 3923, and 3924 
to the south-east coiner of Lot 3924; thence 
due south to the point due west of the south¬ 
west corner of Lot 4245; thence east to said 
corner; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundaries of Lots 4245 and 2898 to the point 
of commencement—all the lots herein above 
mentioned, unless specified to the contrary, 
being in Osoyoos Division of Yale Land 
District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 24 
(Kamloops), as follows:— 

School District No. 24 (Kamloops). 

Commencing at the south-west corner of 
Township 17, Range 12, west of the 6th merid¬ 
ian ; thence northerly along said boundary to 
the southerly boundary of Lot 472, Kamloops 
Division of Yale Land District; thence west¬ 
erly, northerly, and easterly along the bound¬ 
aries of said Lot 472 to the westerly boundary 
of Township 17, Range 12; thence northerly 
along said boundary and that of Township 18, 
Range 12, to the north-west corner thereof; 
thence easterly and northerly along the south¬ 
erly and easterly boundaries of Township 19, 
Range 12, and continuing northerly along the 
easterly boundary of Township 20, Range 12, 
to the north-east corner thereof; thence west¬ 
erly along the southerly boundary of Township 

21, Range 12, to the south-east corner of Sec¬ 
tion 3 of said Township 21; thence northerly 
along the easterly boundaries of Sections 3, 10, 
15, and 22 to the north-east corner of Section 

22, Township 21, Range 12; thence westerly 
along the southerly boundary of Section 27, 
Township 21, Range 12, to the south-west cor¬ 
ner thereof; thence northerly along the east¬ 
erly boundaries of Sections 28 and 33 to the 
northerly boundary of Township 21, Range 12, 
and continuing northerly along the easterly 
boundaries of Sections 4 and 9, Township 22, 
Range 12, to the southerly boundary of Indian 
Reserve No. 2 (Chum Creek) ; thence westerly 
along said boundary to the shore of Little 
Shuswap Lake; thence north-easterly, north¬ 
westerly, and south-westerly along the shore 
of said lake to the south-east corner of Indian 


Reserve No. 1 (Quaaout) ; thence along the 
southerly and westerly boundaries of said 
Indian reserve to the westerly boundary of 
Township 22, Range 12; thence northerly and 
easterly along the boundaries of said Township 
22 to the middle line of Adams River; thence 
northerly along said middle line and that of 
Adams Lake to the southerly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 26, Township 23, Range 13; thence west¬ 
erly along the southerly boundaries of Sections 
26, 27, 28, 29, and 30 of said township to the 
easterly boundary of Township 23, Range 14; 
thence southerly and westerly along the bound¬ 
aries of said township and continuing westerly 
along the southerly boundary of Township 23, 
Range 15, to the south-west corner thereof; 
thence northerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Sections 6, 7, and 18 of said township to the 
north-west corner of Section 18; thence due 
north to the point due east of the south-east 
corner of Lot 49; thence west to said corner; 
thence northerly and westerly along the bound¬ 
aries of Lot 49 to the north-west corner 
thereof; thence due north to the southerly 
boundary of Lot 811a; thence westerly and 
northerly along the boundaries of Lot 811a to 
that point on the westerly boundary thereof 
which lies due east of Mile-post 60 set on the 
surveyed easterly boundary of Lillooet Land 
District; thence west to said mile-post; thence 
northerly along said surveyed boundary to the 
southerly boundary of the watershed of Bona¬ 
parte River; thence westerly along said bound¬ 
ary to the northerly boundary of Lot 3839, 
Lillooet Land District; thence westerly, south¬ 
erly, and easterly along the boundaries of Lot 
3839 to the westerly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Deadman River; thence southerly along 
said boundary to the westerly boundary of 
Township 24, Range 22; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundaries of Townships 24 and 
23, Range 22, to the south-west corner of 
Township 23, Range 22; thence easterly along 
the southerly boundary of Township 23, Range 
22, to the north-west corner of Township 22, 
Range 22; thence southerly and easterly along 
the boundaries of said township to the westerly 
boundary of Deadman Creek Indian Reserve; 
thence southerly along said boundary and con¬ 
tinuing along the westerly and southerly 
boundaries of Lot 2457 to the easterly bound¬ 
ary of Township 20, Range 22; thence south¬ 
erly along said boundary and that of Township 
19, Range 22, to the northerly boundary of the 
watershed of Guichon Creek; thence westerly 
and southerly along the boundaries of the 
watershed of Guichon Creek to the southerly 
boundary of the watershed of Witches Brook; 
thence easterly along said boundary to the 
southerly boundary of Section 30, Township 
17, Range 21; thence easterly along the south¬ 
erly boundaries of Sections 30, 29, 28, and 27 
to the north-west corner of Section 23 of said 
township; thence southerly along the westerly 
boundary of Section 23 to the northerly bound¬ 
ary of Lot 668; thence easterly along the 
northerly boundaries of Lots 668 and 4680 to 
the north-east corner of Lot 4680; thence 
southerly along the easterly boundary of Lot 
4680 to the southerly boundary of Section 24 
f said township; thence easterly along the 
southerly boundaries of said Section 24 and 
Section 19, Township 17, Range 20, to the 
north-west corner of Section 17; thence south¬ 
erly along the westerly boundary of Section 17 
to the south-west corner thereof; thence east¬ 
erly along the southerly boundaries of Sections 
17, 16, 15, and 14 of said township to the 
north-west corner of Section 12 thereof; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 12 to the south-west corner thereof; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundaries of Sec¬ 
tion 12 of said township and Sections 7 and 8, 
Township 17, Range 19, to the north-west cor¬ 
ner of Section 4 thereof; thence southerly 
along the westerly boundary of Section 4 to 
the south-west corner thereof; thence easterly 







April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1127 


along the southerly boundaries of Sections 4, 3, 
2, and 1 of said township and Sections 6 and 5, 
Township 17, Range 18, to the north-west cor¬ 
ner of Section 33, Township 16, Range 18; 
thence southerly along the westerly boundary 
of Section 33 to the south-west corner thereof; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundaries 
of Sections 33, 34, 35, and 36 of said township 
and Section 31, Township 16, Range 17, to 
the westerly boundary of Lot 229; thence 
northerly, easterly, and southerly along the 
boundaries of Lot 229 to the southerly bound¬ 
ary of said Section 31; thence easterly along 
the southerly boundaries of Sections 31, 32, 33, 
34, and 35 of said township to the north-west 
corner of Section 25; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundary of Section 25 to the 
south-west corner thereof; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundaries of Section 25 
of said township and Sections 30, 29, 28, 27, 
and 26, Township 16, Range 16, to the north¬ 
west corner of Section 24 thereof; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 24 to the south-west corner thereof; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundaries of Sec¬ 
tion 24 of said township and Sections 19, 20, 
21, 22, 23, and 24, Township 16, in Ranges 15 
and 14, to the south-east corner of Section 24, 
Township 16, Range 14; thence northerly along 
the easterly boundary of Section 24 to the 
south-west corner of Section 30, Township 16, 
Range 13; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundaries of Sections 30 and 29 of said town¬ 
ship to the westerly boundary of Lot 735; 
thence southerly, easterly, and northerly along 
the boundaries of Lot 735 to the southerly 
boundary of Section 29; thence easterly along 
the southerly boundaries of Sections 29 and 28 
of said township to the south-east corner of 
Section 28; thence northerly along the easterly 
boundary of Section 28 to the southerly bound¬ 
ary of Lot 736; thence easterly and northerly 
along the boundaries of Lot 736 to the north¬ 
east corner thereof; thence due north to the 
southerly boundary of Section 34, Township 
16, Range 13; thence easterly along the south¬ 
erly boundaries of Sections 34 and 35 to the 
south-east corner of Section 35; thence noi’th- 
erly along the easterly boundary of Section 35 
of said township to the south-west corner of 
Section 1, Township 17, Range 13; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 1 of said township to the point of com¬ 
mencement—all the lots herein above men¬ 
tioned, unless specified to the contrary, being 
in Kamloops Division of Yale Land District 
and all the ranges herein above mentioned be¬ 
ing west of the 6th meridian. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased t"> 
define the boundaries of School District No. 25 
(Barriere), as follows:— 

School District No. 25 (Barriere). 

Commencing at Mile-post 60 set on the sur¬ 
veyed easterly boundary of Lillooet Land Dis¬ 
trict; thence due east to the westerly boundary 
of Lot 811a, Kamloops Division of Yale Land 
District; thence southerly and easterly along 
the boundaries of Lot 811a to the point thereon 
which lies due north of the north-west corner 
of Lot 49; thence south to said corner; thence 
easterly and southerly along the boundaries of 
Lot 49 to the south-east corner thereof; thence 
due east to the point due north of the north¬ 
west corner of Section 18, Township 23, Range 


15, west of the 6th meridian; thence south to 
said corner; thence southerly along the bound¬ 
ary of said Township 23 to the south-west cor¬ 
ner thereof; thence easterly along the south¬ 
erly boundaries of Township 23 in Ranges 15 
and 14 to the south-east corner of Township 
23, Range 14; thence northerly along the west¬ 
erly boundary of Township 23, Range 13, to 
the southerly boundary of Section 30, of said 
township; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundaries of Sections 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, and 
25 of Township 23 in Ranges 13 and 12 to the 
south-east corner of Section 25, Township 23, 
Range 12; thence due north to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Adams Lake; 
thence northerly along said boundary to the 
point thereon which lies due south of the 
south-east corner of Lot 3589; thence north 
to said corner; thence due east to the easterly 
boundary .of the watershed of Adams Lake and 
Adams River; thence northerly along said 
boundary to the point thereon which lies due 
east of the mouth of Dudgeon Creek; thence 
west to the easterly boundary of the watershed 
of North Thompson River; thence south-west¬ 
erly along said boundary to the point thereon 
which lies due east of the north-east corner of 
Lot 4088 (Indian Reserve No. 5) ; thence west 
to said corner; thence along the northerly and 
westerly boundaries of said Lot 4088 and the 
northerly boundaries of Lots 3732 and 940 to 
the north-west corner of Lot 940; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of Lot 
940 to the point thereon which lies due east of 
the south-east corner of Lot 2044; thence west 
to said corner; thence westerly along the 
southerly boundary of Lot 2044 to the south¬ 
west corner thereof; thence due west to the 
easterly boundary of the watershed of Lemieux 
Creek; thence northerly along said boundary 
and the southerly boundaries of the watershed 
of Mann and Canimred Creeks to the surveyed 
easterly boundary of Lillooet Land District; 
thence southerly along said boundary to the 
point of commencement—all the lots herein 
above mentioned being in Kamloops Division 
of Yale Land District and all the ranges 
herein above mentioned being west of the 6th 
meridian. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 26 
(Birch Island), as follows:— 

School District No. 26 (Birch Island). 

Commencing at the south-east coi-ner of Lot 
2044, Kamloops Division of Yale Land District, 
being a point on the right bank of North 
Thompson River; thence westerly along the 
southerly boundary of Lot 2044 to the south¬ 
west corner thereof; thence due west to the 
easterly boundary of the watershed of Lemieux 
Creek; thence northerly along said boundary 
and the south-westerly boundaries of the 
watershed of Mann and Canimred Creeks to 
the surveyed easterly boundary of Lillooet 
Land District; thence northerly along said 
boundary to the north-east corner of Lillooet 
Land District; thence due east to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of the streams 
flowing into Clearwater River north of the 
mouth of Mahood River; thence northerly 
along said boundary to the westerly boundary 
of the watershed of the streams flowing east¬ 
erly into the upper reaches of Fraser River; 
thence south-easterly along said boundary and 
the northerly boundary of the watershed of 









1128 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


North Thompson River to the most easterly- 
point thereon which lies due west of the south¬ 
west corner of Lot 7383, Cariboo Land District; 
thence east to said corner: thence easterly 
along the southerly boundary of Lot 7383 and 
the northerly boundary of Lot 3103 to the 
north-east corner of Lot 3103; thence due east 
to the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Canoe River; thence southerly along said 
boundary and that of the watershed of Colum¬ 
bia and Seymour Rivers to the point thereon 
which lies due east of the mouth of Dudgeon 
Creek, a tributary of Adams River; thence 
west to the easterly boundary of the watershed 
of North Thompson River; thence south¬ 
westerly along said boundary to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the north-east 
corner of Lot 4088 (Indian Reserve No. 5); 
thence west to said corner; thence along the 
northerly and westerly boundaries of Lot 4088 
and the northerly boundaries of Lots 3732 and 
940 to the north-west corner of Lot 940; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of Lot 
940 to the point thereon which lies due east of 
the south-east corner of Lot 2044 aforesaid; 
thence west to the point of commencement—all 
the lots herein above mentioned, unless speci¬ 
fied to the contrary, being in Kamloops Divi¬ 
sion of Yale Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 27 
(Williams Lake), as follows:-— 

School District No. 27 (Williams Lake). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the 52nd parallel of north latitude, as estab¬ 
lished by survey on the ground, with the east¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of Taseko 
River; thence southerly along said boundary 
to the northerly boundary of the watershed of 
Bridge River; thence easterly along said 
boundary to the easterly boundary of the 
watershed of Churn Creek; thence northerly 
along said boundary to the westerly produc¬ 
tion of the middle line of the more northerly 
fork of the headwaters of Lone Cabin Creek; 
thence easterly to and along said middle line 
and that of Lone Cabin Creek produced to the 
middle line of Fraser River; thence northerly 
along the middle line of Fraser River to the 
point thereon which lies due west of the south¬ 
west corner of Indian Reserve No. 3 (Canoe 
Creek) ; thence east to said corner; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundary of said 
Indian reserve and that of Lot 709, Lillooet 
Land District, to the south-east corner of Lot 
709 and continuing easterly by a straight line 
to the south-west corner of Lot 2490; thence 
northerly along the westerly boundaries of 
Lots 2490 and 2506 to the north-west corner 
of Lot 2506; thence due north to the point 
due west of the north-west corner of Lot 685; 
thence east to said corner; thence easterly 
along the northerly boundary of Lot 685 to 
the north-east corner thereof; thence due east 
to the point due north of the north-east corner 
of Lot 2499; thence south to said corner; 
thence easterly by a straight line to the south¬ 
west corner of Lot 5307 and continuing east¬ 
erly along the southerly boundary of Lot 5307 
to the south-east corner of Lot 5307; thence 
easterly by a straight line to the north-west 
corner of Lot 4263; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundaries of Lots 4263 and 4264 
to the south-west corner of Lot 4264; thence 


easterly along the southerly boundary of Lot 
4264 to the north-west corner of Lot 3786; 
thence southerly along the westerly boundary 
of Lot 3786 to the south-west corner of Lot 
3786; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundaries of Lots 3786, 3814, 3813, 3812, 3811, 
3810, 4478, 4481, 4482, 4486, 4494, 4497, 4502, 
and 4525 to the southerly shore of Sheridan 
Lake and continuing easterly along said shore 
and the northerly boundary of Lot 1904 to the 
north-east corner of Lot 1904; thence south¬ 
erly along the easterly boundaries of Lots 1904, 
1909, and 1910 to the south-east corner of Lot 
1910; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundary of Lot 1910 to the point due north 
of the north-west corner of Lot 5260; thence 
south to said corner; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundary of Lot 5260 to the 
south-west corner of Lot 5260; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundaries of Lots 5260, 
1495, and 1494 and continuing easterly by a 
straight line to the south-west corner of Lot 
1839; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundaries of Lots 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842, and 
1844 to the south-east corner of Lot 1844— 
all the lots herein above mentioned being in 
Lillooet Land District; thence due east to the 
surveyed easterly boundary of Lillooet Land 
District; thence northerly along said bound¬ 
ary to the north-east corner of Lillooet Land 
District; thence due east to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of the streams flow¬ 
ing into Clearwater River north of the mouth 
of Mahood River; thence northerly along said 
boundary and continuing northerly along the 
westerly boundary of the watershed of the 
streams flowing easterly into the upper reaches 
of Fraser River to the northerly boundary of 
the watershed of Mitchell River; thence west¬ 
erly along said northerly boundary and con¬ 
tinuing westerly along the southerly boundary 
of the watershed of Matthew River and Kim¬ 
ball Creek to Cariboo River; thence southerly 
along the left bank of Cariboo River to the 
easterly production of the southerly boundary 
of the watershed of Cunningham Creek; 
thence westerly to and along said boundary 
and continuing along the southerly boundary 
of the watershed of Cottonwood River to the 
point thereon which lies due east of the south¬ 
east corner of Lot 1203, Cariboo Land Dis¬ 
trict; thence west to said corner; thence 
westerly along the southerly boundaries of 
Lots 1203, 1202, 1210, 1209, 'and 1208 to the 
south-west corner of Lot 1208; thence due 
south to the point of the south-east coimer of 
Lot 4636; thence west to said corner; thence 
westerly along the southerly boundary of Lot 
4636 to the south-west corner thereof; thence 
due west to the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of Beaver Creek; thence southerly 
along said boundary to the northerly boundary 
of the watershed of Sheridan Creek; thence 
south-westerly along said boundary to the 
point thereon which lies due north of the 
north-east corner of Lot 313; thence south to 
said corner; thence westerly along the north¬ 
erly boundaries of Lots 313, 9162, and 9163 
to the north-west corner of Lot 9163; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of Lot 
9163 to the south-west corner thereof; thence 
southerly by a straight line to the north-west 
corner of Lot 9113 and continuing southerly 
along the westerly boundary of Lot 9113 to the 
north-east corner of Lot 5087; thence westerly 
along the northerly boundaries of Lots 5087, 
5081, and 9481 to the north-west corner of 
Lot 9481; thence due west to the middle line 
of Fraser River; thence northerly along said 
middle line to the point thereon which lies due 
east of the north-east corner of Lot 6109; 
thence west to said corner; thence westerly 
along the northerly boundary of Lot 6109 pro¬ 
duced to the easterly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Tingley Creek; thence south-westerly 
along said boundary and the northerly bound¬ 
ary of the watershed of Makin Creek to the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of Chil- 










April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1129 


cotin River; thence westerly along said bound¬ 
ary to the point thereon which lies due north 
of the north-west corner of Lot 531; thence 
south to said corner; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundary of Lot 531 to the south¬ 
west corner thereof; thence due south to the 
northerly boundary of Lot 9182; thence west¬ 
erly along the northerly boundaries of Lots 
9182, 265, and 10019 to and along the north¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 8695 produced to the 
point due north of the north-east corner of 
Lot 701; thence south to said corner; thence 
southerly along the easterly boundary of Lot 
701 to the south-east corner thereof; thence 
due south to the surveyed 52nd parallel afore¬ 
said; thence westerly along said parallel to 
the point of commencement—all the lots here¬ 
in above mentioned, beginning with Lot 1203, 
being in Cariboo Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 28 
(Quesnel), as follows:—- 

School District No. 28 (Quesnel). 

Commencing at the north-east corner of Lot 
6109, Cariboo Land District, being a point on 
the right bank of Fraser River; thence west¬ 
erly along the northerly boundary of Lot 6109 
produced to the easterly boundary of the 
watershed of Tingley Creek; thence south¬ 
westerly along said boundary and the north¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of Mackin 
Creek to the northerly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Chilcotin River; thence westerly along 
said boundary to and along the southerly and 
westerly boundaries of the watershed of Tautri 
Creek to the point thereon which lies due east 
of the north-east corner of Lot 4753; thence 
west to said corner; thence westerly along the 
northerly boundaries of Lots 4753, 4752, 4751, 
and 4750 to the north-west corner of Lot 4750; 
thence due west to the 124th meridian, as 
established by survey upon the ground; thence 
northerly along said surveyed meridian to the 
southerly boundary of Lot 9464; thence west¬ 
erly and northerly along the boundaries of Lot 
9464 to the north-west corner thereof, being a 
point on the southerly shore of Batnuni Lake; 
thence northerly by a straight line across said 
lake to the south-west corner of Lot 9463; 
thence northerly and easterly along the 
boundaries of Lot 9463 to the surveyed 124th 
meridian; thence northerly along said merid¬ 
ian to the point thereon which lies due west of 
the south-west corner of Lot 1263; thence east 
to said corner; thence easterly along the south¬ 
erly boundaries of Lots 1263, 1262, 1257, 1256, 
1057, 1056, 1051, 1050, 1045, 1044, 1043, 5226, 
and 5225 to the north-west corner of Lot 5218; 
thence southerly along the westerly boundary 
of Lot 5218 to the south-west corner thereof; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundaries 
of Lots 5218, 5217, 5216, 5210, 5209, and 5201 
to the south-east corner of Lot 5201; thence 
northerly along the easterly boundaries of Lots 
5201 and 974 to the north-east corner of Lot 
974; thence easterly along the northerly 
boundaries of Lots 975, 976, 977, 994, 995, 996, 
998, and 997 and the southerly boundary of Lot 
1003 to the south-east corner of Lot 1003; 
thence due south to the point due west of the 
north-west corner of Lot 9066; thence east to 
said corner; thence easterly along the north¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 9066 to the north-east 
corner thereof; thence due east to the point 

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due north of the north-west corner of Lot 
4886; thence south to the middle line of Fraser 
River; thence southerly along said middle line 
to the point due west of the south-west corner 
of Lot 3208; thence east to said corner; 
thence easterly along* the southerly boundaries 
of Lots 3208, 3207, 3206, and 3205 to the south- 
east corner of Lot 3205; thence northerly along* 
the easterly boundary of Lot 3205 to the north¬ 
west corner of Lot 4409; thence easterly ^long 
the northerly boundaries of Lots 4409, 4410, 
and 4665 to the north-east corner of Lot 4665; 
thence due east to the northerly boundary of 
the watershed of Ahbau Creek; thence east- 
erly and northerly along said boundary and the 
westerly boundary of the watershed ol Jerry 
Creek to the point which lies due west of the 
south-west corner of Lot 6945; thence east to 
said corner; thence easterly along the south¬ 
erly boundaries of Lots 6945 and 6943 to the 
south-east corner of Lot 6943; thence due east 
to the middle line of Bowron River; thence 
southerly along said middle line to the point 
thereon which lies due west of the north-west 
corner of Lot 9518; thence east to said corner; 
thence easterly along the northerly boundary 
of Lot 9518 to the north-east corner thereof; 
thence due east to the westerly boundary of 
the watershed of Dominion Creek; thence 
southerly along said boundary to the southerly 
boundary of the watershed of H-aggen Creek; 
thence north-easterly along said boundary to 
the westerly boundary of the watershed of the 
streams flowing easterly into the upper reaches 
of Fraser River; thence southerly along said 
boundary to the northerly boundary of the 
watershed of Mitchell River; thence westerly 
along said northerly boundary and continuing 
westerly along the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Matthew River and Kimball 
Creek to Cariboo River; thence southerly 
along the left bank of Cariboo River to the 
easterly production of the southerly boundary 
of the watershed of Cunningham Creek; thence 
westerly to and along said boundary and con¬ 
tinuing along the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Cottonwood River to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the south-east 
corner of Lot 1203; thence west to said cor¬ 
ner; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundaries of Lots 1203, 1202, 1210, 1209, and 
1208 to the south-west corner of Lot 1208; 
thence due south to the point due east of the 
south-east corner of Lot 4636; thence west to 
said corner; thence westerly along the south¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 4636 to the south-west 
corner thereof; thence due west to the west¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of Beaver 
Creek; thence southerly along said boundary 
to the northerly boundary of the watershed of 
Sheridan Creek; thence south-westerly along 
said boundary to the point thereon which lies 
due north of the north-east corner of Lot 313; 
thence south to said corner; thence westerly 
along the northerly boundaries of Lots 313, 
9162, and 9163 to the north-west corner of Lot 
9163; thence southerly along the westerly 
boundary of Lot 9163 to the south-west corner 
thereof; thence southerly by a straight line to 
the north-west corner of Lot 9113 and continu¬ 
ing southerly along the westerly boundary of 
Lot 9113 to the north-east corner of Lot 5087; 
thence westerly along the northerly boundaries 
of Lots 5087, 5081, and 9481 to the north-west 
corner of Lot 9481; thence due west to the 
middle line of Fraser River; thence northerly 
along said middle line to the point due east of 
the north-east corner of Lot 6109; thence west 
to the point of commencement—all the lots 
herein above mentioned being in Cariboo Land 
District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 













1130 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 29 
(Lillooet), as follows:— 

School District No. 29 (Lillooet). 

Commencing - at the point of intersection of 
the easterly boundary of the watershed of 
Taseko River with the northerly boundary of 
the watershed of Lillooet River; thence north¬ 
erly along - said easterly boundary to the north¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of Bridge 
River; thence easterly along said northerly 
boundary and the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Churn Creek to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Yalakom River; 
thence south-easterly along said boundary to 
the point thereon which lies due west of the 
south-west corner of Lot 5291 (Indian Reserve 
No. 2a), Lillooet Land District; thence east to 
said corner; thence easterly along the south¬ 
erly boundaries of Lot 5291 and Indian Re¬ 
serve No. 2 to the right bank of the Fraser 
River; thence northerly along said right bank 
to the point thereon which lies due west of the 
north-west corner of Lot 3639; thence east to 
said corner; thence easterly along the north¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 3639 to the north-east 
corner thereof; thence due east to the point 
due north of the north-west corner of Section 
36, Township 22, Range 27, west of the 6th 
meridian; thence south to said corner; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundaries of 
Sections 36 and 25 of said township to the 
north-east corner of Section 23 thereof; thence 
westerly and southerly along the boundaries of 
said section to the south-west corner thereof; 
thence westerly along the northerly boundary 
of Section 15 of said township to the north¬ 
west corner thereof; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundaries of Sections 15 and 10 
of said township to the south-west corner of 
Section 10; thence westerly and southerly 
along the boundaries of Section 4 of said 
township to the south-west corner thereof; 
thence westerly along the northerly boundary 
of Section 32, Township 21, Range 27, to the 
north-west corner thereof; thence southerly 
along the westerly boundaries of Sections 32, 
29, and 20 of said township to the south-west 
corner of Section 20; thence westerly along 
the northerly boundary of Section 18 of said 
township to the north-west corner thereof; 
thence southerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Sections 18, 7, and 6 of said township to the 
south-west corner of Section 6; thence west¬ 
erly along the northerly boundary of Section 
36, Township 20, Range 28, to the north-west 
corner thereof; thence southerly along the 
westerly boundaries of Sections 36, 25, 24, 13, 
12, and 1 of said township and Township 19, 
Range 28, to the south-west corner of Section 
1 thereof; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundary of said section to the north-west 
corner of Section 35, Township 18, Range 28; 
thence southerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Sections 35 and 26 of said township to the 
south-west corner of Section 26; thence west¬ 
erly along the northerly boundary of Section 
22 of said township to the easterly boundary 
of Indian Reserve No. 6 (Nesikep) ; thence 
southerly and westerly along the boundaries of 
said Indian reserve to the easterly bank of 
Fraser River; thence southerly along said 
bank to the easterly prolongation of the south¬ 
erly boundary of said Indian reserve; thence 
westerly by a straight line to and along said 
boundary to the westerly boundary of Section 
15, Township 18, Range 28; thence southerly 
along said boundary of said section to the 
south-west corner thereof; thence due west to 


the southerly boundary of the watershed of 
Texas Creek; thence south-westerly along said 
boundary and that of the watershed of Cayoosh 
Creek to the northerly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Lillooet River; thence north-westerly 
along said boundary to the noint thereon which 
lies due south of the south-east corner of Lot 
959; thence north to said corner; thence 
northerly along the easterly boundary of Lot 
959 to the north-east corner thereof; thence 
westerly along the northerly boundaries of 
Lots 959, 757, 756, and 4806 to the north-west 
corner of Lot 4806; thence due west to the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of Lil¬ 
looet River; thence westerly along said bound¬ 
ary to the point of commencement—all the 
lots herein above mentioned being in Lillooet 
Land District and all the ranges herein above 
mentioned being west of the 6th meridian. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 30 
(Ashcroft), as follows:— 

School District No. 30 (Ashcroft). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Nicola River with the northerly boundary of 
Township 12, Range 25, west of the 6th 
meridian; thence westerly along the northerly 
boundaries of Township 12 in Ranges 25, 26, 
and 27 to the northerly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Nahatlatch River; thence westerly 
along said boundary to the easterly boundary 
of the watershed of Lillooet River; thence 
northerly along said boundary to the southerly 
boundary of the watershed of Cayoosh Creek; 
thence north-easterly along said boundary and 
that of the watershed of Texas Creek to the 
point thereon which lies due west of the south¬ 
west corner of Section 15, Township 18, Range 
28; thence east to said corner; thence northerly 
along the westerly boundary of said section 
to the southerly boundary of Indian Reserve 
No. 6 (Nesikep) ; thence easterly along said 
boundary produced to the easterly bank of 
Fraser River; thence northerly along said 
bank to the southerly boundary of said Indian 
reserve; thence easterly and northerly along 
the boundaries of said Indian reserve to the 
northerly boundary of Section 22, Township 18, 
Range 28; thence easterly along said boundary 
of said section to the north-east corner thereof; 
thence northerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Sections 26 and 35 of said township to the 
north-west corner of Section 35; thence west¬ 
erly along the southerly boundary of Section 1, 
Township 19, Range 28, to the south-west 
corner thereof; thence northerly along the 
westerly boundaries of Sections 1, 12, 13, 24, 
25, and 36 of said township and Township 20, 
Range 28, to the north-west corner of Section 
36 thereof; thence easterly along the northerly 
boundary of said section to the north-east 
corner thereof; thence northerly along the 
westerly boundaries of Sections 6. 7, and 18, 
Township 21, Range 27, to the north-west cor¬ 
ner of Section 18; thonco easterly along the 
northerly boundary of said section to the 
north-east corner thereof; thence northerly 
along the westerly boundaries of Sections 20, 
29, and 32 of said township to the north-west 
corner of Section 32; thence easterly along 
the northerly boundary of said section to the 
north-east corner thereof; thence northerly 
and easterly along the boundaries of Section 







April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1131 


4, Township 22, Range 27, to the north-east 
corner thereof; thence northerly along - the 
westerly boundaries of Sections 10 and 15 of 
said township to the north-west corner of Sec¬ 
tion 15; thence eastei'ly along the northerly 
boundary of Section 15 to the north-east corner 
thereof; thence northerly and easterly along 
the boundaries of Section 23 of said township 
to the north-east corner thereof; thence north¬ 
erly along the westerly boundaries of Sections 
25 and 36 of said township to the north-west 
corner of Section 36; thence due north to the 
point due east of the north-east corner of Lot 
3639, Lillooet Land District; thence west to 
said corner; thence westerly along the north¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 3639 to the north-west 
corner thereof; thence due west to the easterly 
boundary of Indian Reserve No. 2; thence 
southerly and westerly along the boundaries 
of said Indian reserve and Lot 5291 (Indian 
Reserve No. 2a) to the south-west corner of 
Lot 5291; thence due west to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Yalakom River; 
thence north-westerly along said boundary to 
and along the easterly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Churn Creek to the westerly produc¬ 
tion of the middle line of the more northerly 
fork of the headwaters of Lone Cabin Creek; 
thence easterly to and along said middle line 
and that of Lone Cabin Creek produced to the 
middle line of Fraser River; thence northerly 
along the middle line of Fraser River to the 
point thereon which lies due west of the south¬ 
west corner of Indian Reserve No. 3 (Canoe 
Creek); thence east to said corner; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundary of said 
Indian reserve and that of Lot 709, Lillooet 
Land District, to the south-east corner of Lot 
709 and continuing easterly by a straight line 
to the south-west corner of Lot 2490; thence 
northerly along the westerly boundaries of 
Lots 2490 and 2506 to the north-west corner of 
Lot 2506; thence due north to the point due 
west of the north-west corner of Lot 685; 
thence east to said corner; thence easterly 
along the northerly boundary of Lot 685 to the 
north-east corner thereof; thence due east to 
the point due north of the north-east corner of 
Lot 2499; thence south to said corner; thence 
easterly by a straight line to the south-west 
corner of Lot 5307 and continuing easterly 
along the southerly boundary of Lot 5307 to 
the south-east corner of Lot 5307; thence east¬ 
erly by a straight line to the north-west corner 
of Lot 4263; thence southerly along the west¬ 
erly boundaries of Lots 4263 and 4264 to the 
south-west corner of Lot 4264; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundary of Lot 4264 to 
the north-west corner of Lot 3786; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of Lot 
3786 to the south-west corner of Lot 3786; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundaries 
of Lots 3786, 3814, 3813, 3812, 3811, 3810, 4478, 
4481, 4482, 4486, 4494, 4497, 4502, and 4525 
to the southerly shore of Sheridan Lake and 
continuing easterly along said shore and the 
northerly boundary of Lot 1904 to the north¬ 
east corner of Lot 1904; thence southerly 
along the easterly boundaries of Lots 1904, 
1909, and 1910, to the south-east corner of Lot 
1910; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundary of Lot 1910 to the point due north of 
the north-west corner of Lot 5260; thence 
south to said corner; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundarv of Lot 5260 to the south¬ 
west corner of Lot 5260; thence easterly along 
the southerly boundaries of Lots 5260, 1495, 
and 1494 and continuing easterly by a straight 
line to the south-west corner of Lot 1839; 
thence easterly along the southeidy boundaries 
of Lots 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842, and 1844 to the 
south-east corner of Lot 1844; thence due east 
to the surveyed easterly boundary of Lillooet 
Land District; thence southerly along said 
boundary to the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Bonaparte River; thence west¬ 
erly along said boundary to the northerly 


boundary of Lot 3839; thence westerly, south¬ 
erly, and easterly along the boundaries of Lot 
3839 to the westerly boundary of the watershed 
of Deadman River—all the lots herein above 
mentioned being in Lillooet Land District; 
thence southerly along said boundary to the 
westerly boundary of Township 24, Range 22; 
thence southerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Townships 24 and 23, Range 22, to the 
south-west corner of Township 23, Range 22; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundary 
of Township 23, Range 22, to the north-west 
corner of Township 22, Range 22; thence 
southerly and easterly along the boundaries of 
said township to the westerly boundary of 
Deadman Creek Indian Reserve; thence south¬ 
erly along said boundary and continuing along 
the westerly and southerly boundaries of Lot 
2457, Kamloops Division of Yale Land District, 
to the easterly boundary of Township 20, 
Range 22; thence southerly along said bound¬ 
ary and that of Township 19, Range 22, to 
the northerly boundary of the watershed of 
Guichon Creek; thence westerly and southerly 
along the boundaries of the watershed of Gui¬ 
chon Creek to the southerly boundary of Town¬ 
ship 15, Range 22; thence westerly along said 
boundary and that of Township 15, Range 23, 
to the easterly boundary of Indian Reserve No. 
10 (Nooaitch); thence northerly, westerly, and 
southerly along the boundaries of said Indian 
reserve to the northerly boundary of Township 
14, Range 23; thence westerly and southerly 
along the boundaries of said township to the 
north-westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Nuaitch Creek; thence south-westerly along 
said boundary and that of the watershed of 
Prospect Creek to the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of Nicola River; thence southerly 
along said boundary to the point of commence¬ 
ment—all the ranges herein above mentioned 
being west of the 6th meridian. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

'Vj'OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
-A the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 31 
(Merritt), as follows:— 

School District No. 31 (Merritt). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Okanagan Lake with the northerly boundary 
of the watershed of Trout Creek; thence west¬ 
erly along said northerly boundary and that of 
the watershed of Siwash Creek to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Siwash Creek; 
thence southerly along said boundary to the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of Dil¬ 
lard Creek; thence south-westerly along said 
boundary to the point thereon nearest to the 
north-east corner of Lot 4522, Kamloops Divi¬ 
sion of Yale Land District; thence by a 
straight line to said corner; thence westerly 
along the northerly boundary of Lot 4522 to 
the north-west corner thereof; thence westerly 
by a straight line to the south-east corner of 
Lot 2372 and continuing westerly along the 
southerly boundary of Lot 2372 to the south¬ 
west corner thereof; thence due west to the 
easterly boundary of Lot 2374; thence south¬ 
erly, westerly, and southerly along the easterly 
and southerly boundaries of Lot 2374 and the 
easterly boundary of Lot 2376 respectively to 
the south-east corner of Lot 2376; thence due 
south to the point due east of post numbered 
and marked thirty-two (32) set on the sur¬ 
veyed boundary of Yale and Kamloops Divi¬ 
sions of Yale Land District; thence west to 






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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


said survey-post; thence westerly along said 
surveyed boundary to the easterly boundary of 
Lot 1778, Yale Division of Yale Land District; 
thence northerly along said boundary to the 
south-east corner of Lot 2829; thence westerly, 
southerly, westerly, and northerly along the 
boundaries of Lot 2829 to the said surveyed 
land district boundary; thence westerly, north¬ 
erly, westerly, and northerly along said sur¬ 
veyed boundary to the point thereon which lies 
due east of the south-east corner of Lot 919, 
Yale Division of Yale Land District; thence 
west to said corner; thence westerly, south¬ 
erly, and westerly along the southerly bound¬ 
ary of Lot 919 and the easterly and southerly 
boundaries of Lot 920, Yale Division of Yale 
Land District, respectively, to the south-west 
corner of Lot 920; thence due west to the 
westerly boundary of the watershed of Simil- 
kameen River; thence southerly along said 
boundary to the northerly boundary of the 
watershed of Coquihalla River; thence west¬ 
erly along said boundary to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Coldwater River; 
thence north-westerly along said boundary and 
that of the watershed of Nicola River to the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of Pros¬ 
pect Creek; thence north-easterly along said 
boundary and that of the watershed of Nuaitch 
Creek to the west boundary of Township 14, 
Range 23, west of the 6th meridian; thence 
northerly along said boundary of said town¬ 
ship to the north-west corner thereof; thence 
easterly along the north boundary of said 
township to the westerly boundary of Indian 
Reserve No. 10 (Nooaitch) ; thence northerly, 
easterly, and southerly along the boundaries of 
said Indian reserve to the southerly boundary 
of Township 15 of said Range 23; thence east¬ 
erly along the southerly boundary of said 
township and that of Township 15, Range 22, 
to the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Guichon Creek; thence northerly along said 
boundary to the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Witches Brook; thence easterly 
along said boundary to the southerly boundary 
of Section 30, Township 17, Range 21; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundaries of Sec¬ 
tions 30, 29, 28, and 27 to the north-west corner 
of Section 23 of said township; thence south¬ 
erly along the westerly boundary of Section 23 
to the northerly boundary of Lot 668; thence 
easterly along the northerly boundaries of Lots 
668 and 4680 to the north-east corner of Lot 
4680; thence southerly along the easterly 
boundary of Lot 4680 to the southerly bound¬ 
ary of Section 24 of said township; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundaries of said 
Section 24 and Section 19, Township 17, Range 
20, to the north-west corner of Section 17; 
thence southerly along the westerly boundary 
of Section 17 to the south-west corner thereof; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundaries 
of Sections 17, 16, 15, and 14 of said township 
to the north-west corner of Section 12 thereof; 
thence southerly along the westerly boundary 
of Section 12 to the south-west corner thereof; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundaries 
of Section 12 of said township and Sections 7 
and 8, Township 17, Range 19, to the north¬ 
west corner of Section 4 thereof; thence south¬ 
erly along the westerly boundary of Section 4 
to the south-west corner thereof; thence east¬ 
erly along the southerly boundaries of Sections 
4, 3, 2, and 1 of said township and Sections 6 
and 5, Township 17, Range 18, to the north¬ 
west corner of Section 33, Township 16, Range 
18; thence southerly along the westerly bound¬ 
ary of Section 33 to the south-west corner 
thereof; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundaries of Sections 33, 34, 35, and 36 of 
said township and Section 31, Township 16, 
Range 17, to the westerly boundary of Lot 229; 
thence northerly, easterly, and southerly along 
the boundaries of Lot 229 to the southerly 
boundary of said Section 31; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundaries of Sections 31, 


32, 33, 34, and 35 of said township to the 
north-west corner of Section 25; thence south¬ 
erly along the westerly boundary of Section 25 
to the south-west corner thereof; thence east¬ 
erly along the southerly boundaries of Section 
25 of said township and Sections 30, 29, 28, 27, 
and 26, Township 16, Range 16, to the north¬ 
west corner of Section 24 thereof; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 24 to the south-west corner thereof; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundaries of Sec¬ 
tion 24 of said township and Sections 19, 20, 
21, 22, 23, and 24, Township 16, in Ranges 15 
and 14, to the south-east corner of Section 24, 
Township 16, Range 14; thence northerly along 
the easterly boundary of Section 24 to the 
south-west corner of Section 30, Township 16, 
Range 13; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundaries of Sections 30 and 29 of said town¬ 
ship to the westerly boundary of Lot 735; 
thence southerly, easterly, and northerly along 
the boundaries of Lot 735 to the southerly 
boundary of Section 29; thence easterly along 
the southerly boundaries of Sections 29 and 28 
of said township to the south-east corner of 
Section 28; thence northerly along the east¬ 
erly boundary of Section 28 to the southerly 
boundary of Lot 736; thence easterly and 
northerly along the boundaries of Lot 736 to 
the north-east corner thereof; thence due north 
to the southerly boundary of Section 34, Town¬ 
ship 16, Range 13; thence easterly along the 
southerly boundaries of Sections 34 and 35 to 
the south-east corner of Section 35; thence 
northerly along the easterly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 35 of said township to the south-west cor¬ 
ner of Section 1, Township 17, Range 13; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundary 
of Section 1 of said township and that of Sec¬ 
tion 6, Township 17, Range 12, to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Okanagan Lake; 
thence southerly along said boundary to the 
point of commencement—all the lots herein 
above mentioned, unless specified to the con¬ 
trary, being in Kamloops Division of Yale 
Land District and all the ranges herein above 
mentioned being west of the 6th meridian. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 32 
(Fraser Canyon), as follows:— 

School District No. 32 (Fraser Canyon). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the southerly boundary of the Province with 
the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Similkameen River; thence northerly along 
said boundary of said watershed to the south¬ 
erly boundary of Township 5, Range 23, west 
of the 6th meridian; thence westerly, north¬ 
erly, and easterly along the boundaries of said 
township to the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of Similkameen River; thence 
northerly along said boundary and the west¬ 
erly boundaries of the watershed of Coldwater 
and Nicola Rivers to the northerly boundary 
of Township 12, Range 25; thence westerly 
along the northerly boundaries of Township 12 
in Ranges 25, 26, and 27 to the northerly 
boundary of the watershed of Nahatlatch 
River; thence westerly along said boundary to 
the easterly boundary of the watershed of Lil- 
looet River; thence southerly along said 
boundary and that of the watershed of Harri¬ 
son Lake to the northerly boundary of the 
District Municipality of Kent, as defined by 








April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1133 


notice in The British Columbia Gazette under 
date of September 27th, 1894; thence easterly 
and south-easterly along; said boundary to the 
middle line of the main channel of Fraser 
River; thence southerly along- said middle line 
to the point thereon which lies due west of the 
south-west corner of Section 18, Township 4, 
Range 28; thence east to said corner; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundary of said 
Section 13 and the southerly boundaries of 
Sections 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, and 13 to the east¬ 
erly boundary of Township 4, Range 27; thence 
due south to the northerly boundary of the 
watershed of Chilliwack River; thence south¬ 
easterly along the boundaries of the watershed 
of Chilliwack River to the southerly boundary 
of the Province; thence easterly along said 
boundary to the point of commencement—all 
the ranges herein above mentioned being west 
of the 6th meridian. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 33 
(Chilliwack), as follows:— 

School District No. 33 (Chilliwack). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of the 
District Municipality of Sumas, as defined in 
chapter 10, Statutes of British Columbia, 1927, 
being a point on the southerly boundary of the 
Province; thence northerly along the easterly 
boundary of said municipality and the west¬ 
erly boundary of the Township Municipality 
of Chilliwhack, as defined in chapter 10 afoi’e- 
said, to the north-west corner of said Munici¬ 
pality of Chilliwhack; thence due north to the 
middle line of the main channel of Fraser 
River; thence north-easterly along said middle 
line to the southerly prolongation of the middle 
line of Harrison River; thence northerly to 
and along said middle line to the point thereon 
which lies due east of the most easterly south¬ 
east corner of Indian Reserve No. 3 (Squaw- 
kum Creek); thence west to said corner; 
thence northerly and westerly along the 
boundaries of said Indian reserve to the west¬ 
erly boundary of Township 3, Range 30, west 
of the 6th meridian; thence northerly along 
said boundary and that of Township 4, Range 
30, to the westerly boundary of the watershed 
of Chehalis River; thence northerly along said 
boundary and that of the watershed of Harri¬ 
son Lake and Lillooet River to the northerly 
boundary of the watershed of Billygoat Creek; 
thence easterly along said boundary to the 
most easterly point thereon which lies due west 
of the north-west corner of Lot 5536, Group 1, 
New Westminster Land District; thence east 
to said corner; thence easterly along the 
northerly boundary of Lot 5536 to the north¬ 
east corner thereof; thence due east to the 
easterly boundary of the watershed of Lil¬ 
looet River; thence southerly along said 
boundary and that of the watershed of Harri¬ 
son Lake to the northerly boundary of the 
District Municipality of Kent, as defined by 
notice in The British Columbia Gazette under 
date of September 27th, 1894; thence easterly 
and south-easterly along said boundary to the 
middle line of the main channel of Fraser 
River; thence southerly along said middle 
line to the point thereon which lies due west 
of the south-west corner of Section 13, Town¬ 
ship 4, Range 28; thence east to said corner; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundary 


of Section 13 and the southerly boundaries of 
Sections 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, and 13 to the east¬ 
erly boundary of Township 4, Range 27; 
thence due south to the northerly boundary of 
the watershed of Chilliwack River; thence 
south-easterly along* the boundaries of the 
watershed of Chilliwack River to the southerly 
boundary of the Province; thence westerly 
along said boundary to the point of commence¬ 
ment—all the ranges herein above mentioned 
being west of the 6th meridian. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. _ 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 34 
(Abbotsford-Mission), as follows:— 

School District No. 34 (Abbotsford- 
Mission). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of the 
District Municipality of Sumas, as defined in 
chapter 10, Statutes of British Columbia, 1927, 
being a point on the southerly boundary of the 
Province; thence northerly along the easterly 
boundary of said municipality and the westerly 
boundary of the Township Municipality of 
Chilliwhack, as defined in chapter 10 afore¬ 
said, to the north-west corner of said Town¬ 
ship Municipality of Chilliwhack; thence due 
north to the middle line of the main channel of 
Fraser River; thence north-easterly along 
said middle line to the southerly prolongation 
of the middle line of Harrison River; thence 
northerly to and along said middle line to the 
point thereon which lies due east of the most 
easterly south-east corner of Indian Reserve 
No. 3 (Squawkum Creek) ; thence west to 
said corner; thence northerly and westerly 
along the boundaries of said Indian reserve to 
the westerly boundary of Township 3, Range 
30, west of the 6th meridian; thence northerly 
along said boundary and that of Township 4, 
Range 30, west of the 6th meridian, to the 
westerly boundary of the watershed of Che¬ 
halis River; thence northerly along said 
boundai’y and that of Harrison Lake and Lil¬ 
looet River to the northerly boundary of the 
watershed of Stave River; thence westerly 
and southerly along the boundaries of the 
watershed of Stave River to the most southerly 
point thereon which lies due north of the 
north-west corner of the District Municipality 
of Mission, as defined by notice in The British 
Columbia Gazette under dates of July 14th, 
1892, and March 14th, 1895; thence south to 
said corner; thence southerly along the west¬ 
erly boundary of said municipality to the 
south-west corner thereof; thence easterly 
along the middle line of the channel of Fraser 
River north of Crescent Island produced to the 
easterly prolongation of the middle line of the 
channel of Fraser River south of Crescent 
Island; thence westerly to and along said 
middle line to the point thereon which lies due 
north of the north-west corner of the District 
Municipality of Matsqui, as defined by notice 
in The British Columbia Gazette under date 
of January 20th, 1927; thence south to said 
corner; thence southerly along the westerly 
boundary of said municipality to the southerly 
boundary of the Province; thence easterly 
along said boundary to the point of commence¬ 
ment. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 










1134 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 35 
(Langley), as follows:— 

School District No. 35 (Langley). 

Commencing at the south-west corner of the 
Township Municipality of Langley, as defined 
by notice in The British Columbia Gazette 
under date of November 1st, 1894, being a 
point on the southerly boundary of the Prov¬ 
ince; thence northerly along the westerly 
boundary of said municipality produced to the 
middle line of Parsons Channel; thence east¬ 
erly along said middle line to and along the 
middle line of the main channel of Fraser 
River to the point thereon which lies due north 
of the north-east corner of the Municipality of 
Langley aforesaid; thence south to said cor¬ 
ner; thence southerly along the easterly bound¬ 
ary of said municipality to the southerly 
boundary of the Province; thence westerly 
along said boundary to the point of commence¬ 
ment. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of Scnool District No. 36 
(Surrey), as follows:— 


date of April 26th, 1934, being a point on the 
southerly boundary of the Province; thence 
northerly and westerly along the easterly and 
northerly boundaries of said municipality to 
the north-west corner thereof; thence by a 
straight line to the point of contact of the 
middle line of Strait of Georgia with the south¬ 
erly boundary of the Province; thence easterly 
along said boundary to the point of commence¬ 
ment. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 38 
(Richmond), as follows:— 

School District No. 38 (Richmond). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of the 
Township Municipality of Richmond, as defined 
by notice in The British Columbia Gazette 
under date of May 25th, 1934; thence north¬ 
erly and westerly along the easterly and north¬ 
erly boundaries of said municipality to the 
north-west corner thereof; thence due west to 
the middle line of Strait of Georgia; thence 
south-easterly along said middle line to the 
southerly boundary of the Province; thence by 
a straight line to the north-west corner of the 
District Municipality of Delta, as defined by 
notice in The British Columbia Gazette under 
date of April 26th, 1934; thence east to said 
corner; thence easterly along the northerly 
boundary of said municipality to the point of 
commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
1086-apl8 of Education. 




School District No. 36 (Surrey). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of the 
District municipality of Surrey, as denned m 
chapter 48, Statutes of Britisn Columbia, 192/, 
being a point on tne southerly boundary of tne 
Province; thence nortneriy along tne easterly 
boundary of said municipality to tne middle 
line of Farsons channel; tnence nortn-easteriy 
along said middle line produced to tne middie 
line of tne main cnannel of Fraser River; 
tnence westerly and soutnerly along said mid¬ 
dle line i passing to tne norm oi Rarnston 
Island and to tne south of Douglas island! to 
tne nortn-west corner of said municipality oi 
Surrey; tnence easterly and soutneny along 
tne westerly boundary of said municipality to 
tne soutneny boundary of tne Province; tnence 
easterly along said bounuary to tne point ox 
commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April lEth, 1946. 

TVT OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
' the provisions of clause (b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased t 
define the boundaries of School District No. 37 
(Delta), as follows:— 

School District No. 37 (Delta). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of the 
District Municipality of Delta, as defined by 
notice in The British Columbia Gazette under 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
■f the “ Public Schools Act,” as i-e-enacted by 
sect'on 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun- 
bl of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
lefine the boundaries of School District No. 39 
(Vancouver), as follows:— 

School District No. 39 (Vancouver). 

Commencing at the north-east corner of the 
C'ity of Vancouver, as defined in chapter 17, 
Statutes of British Columbia, 1928, and chapter 
82, Statutes of British Columbia, 1937; thence 
southerly, westerly, and northerly along the 
easterly, southerly, and westerly boundaries of 
said city to the north-west corner thereof; 
thence due north to the middle line of Burrard 
Inlet; thence easteidy along said middle line to 
the point thereon which lies due north of the 
north-east corner of the City of Vancouver 
aforesaid; thence south to the point of com¬ 
mencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 40 
(New Westminster), as follows:— 












April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1135 


School District No. 40 (New Westminster). 

Commencing at the most northerly corner of 
the City of New Westminster, as defined by 
notice in The British Columbia Gazette under 
date of November 13th, 1930; thence south¬ 
westerly along the northerly boundary of said 
city and continuing south-westerly along the 
north-westerly boundary of Lot 172, Group 1, 
New Westminster Land District, to the south¬ 
west corner thereof; thence south-easterly 
along the south-westerly boundary of Lot 172 
and the prolongation thereof to the boundary 
of said city, being a point on the middle line 
of the North Arm of Fraser River; thence 
south-westerly, southerly, north-easterly, and 
north-westerly along the boundaries of the 
City of New Westminster to the point of com¬ 
mencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 41 
(Burnaby), as follows:— 

School District No. 41 (Burnaby). 

Commencing at the south-west corner of the 
District Municipality of Burnaby, as defined 
by notice in The British Columbia Gazette 
under date of November 20th, 1930; thence 
northerly along the westerly boundary of said 
municipality to the north-west corner thereof; 
thence due north to the middle line of Burrard 
Inlet; thence easterly along said middle line 
to the northerly prolongation of the centre line 
of North Road; thence southerly to and along 
said centre line to the north-westerly boundai’y 
of the City of New Westminster, as defined by 
notice in The British Columbia Gazette under 
date of November 13th, 1930; thence south¬ 
westerly along said boundary and continuing 
along the south-easterly boundary of the Muni¬ 
cipality of Burnaby aforesaid to the south-east 
corner thereof; thence westerly along the 
southerly boundary of the Municipality of 
Burnaby to the point of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (6) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 42 
(Maple Ridge), as follows:— 

School District No. 42 (Maple Ridge). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the south-westerly prolongation of the middle 
line of Pitt River with the middle line of the 
channel of Fraser River north of Douglas 
Island; thence north-easterly to and along 
said middle line of Pitt River and that of Pitt 
Lake (passing to the west of Goose Island) to 
the southerly boundary of Lot 3011, Group 1, 
New Westminster Land District; thence west¬ 
erly along said boundary to the south-west cor¬ 
ner of Lot 3011; thence due west to the west¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of Pitt River; 


thence northerly along said boundary to the 
point thereon which lies due east of the south¬ 
east corner of Lot 2029, Group 1, New West¬ 
minster Land District; thence west to the 
easterly boundary of the watershed of Indian 
River; thence northerly along said boundary 
and the easterly boundary of the watershed of 
Mamquam and Cheakamus Rivers to the west¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of Lillooet 
River; thence southerly along said boundary 
to the northerly boundary of the watershed of 
Stave River; thence westerly and southerly 
along the boundaries of the watershed of Stave 
River to the most southe ly point thereon 
which lies due no-th of the north-west corner 
of the District Municinality of Mission, as 
defined by notice in The B itish Columbia 
Gazette unde” dates of July 14th, 1892, and 
March 14th. 1895; thence south to said corner; 
thence southe-ly along the westerly boundary 
of said municipality to the south-we~t corner 
thereof; thence easterly along the middle line 
of the channel of Fraser River north of Cres¬ 
cent Island produced to the middle line of 
F’-aver River; thence easterly along said 
middle line to the easterly pi-olono-ation of the 
middle line of the channel of Fraser River 
south of Crescent Dland: thence westerly to 
and along said middle line produced to the 
middle line of Fraser River: thence continu¬ 
ing westerlv along said middle line (passing 
to the north of McMillan’s and Ba>’nston 
Islands) to the south-easterlv prolongation of 
the middle line of the channel of Fraser River 
north of Douglas Island; thence north-west¬ 
erly to and along said middle line to the point 
of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

ATOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 43 
(Coquitlam), as follows:— 

School District No. 43 (Coquitlam). 

Commencing at the south-west corner of the 
District Municipality of Coquitlam, as defined 
by notice in The British Columbia Gazette 
under date of January 27th, 1927, being a point 
on the middle line of Fraser River; thence 
easterly along said middle line (passing to the 
south of Douglas Island) to the south-easterly 
prolongation of the middle line of the channel 
north of Douglas Island; thence north-west¬ 
erly to and along said middle line to the south¬ 
westerly prolongation of the middle line of 
Pitt River; thence north-easterly to and along 
said middle line to and along the middle line 
of Pitt Lake (passing to the west of Goose 
Island) to the southerly boundary of Lot 3011, 
Group 1, New Westminster Land District; 
thence westerly along said boundary to the 
south-west corner of Lot 3011; thence due 
west to the westerly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Pitt River; thence northerly along 
said boundary to the point thereon which lies 
due east of the south-east corner of Lot 2029, 
Group 1, New Westminster Land District; 
thence west to the middle line of Indian River; 
thence southerly along said middle line and 
that of Indian Arm (passing to the east of 
Croker Island and Lot 177 and to the west of 
Racoon and Boulder Islands) produced to the 
middle line of Burrard Inlet; thence easterly 








1136 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


along 1 said middle line to the northerly pro¬ 
longation of the centre line of North Road; 
thence southerly to and along said centre line 
to the north-eastei-ly boundary of the City of 
New Westminster, as defined by notice in The 
British Columbia Gazette under date of 
November 13th, 1930; thence south-easterly 
along said boundary and the westerly bound¬ 
ary "of the Municipality of Coquitlam to the 
point of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister ancl Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 44 

(North Vancouver), as follows:— 

School District No. 44 (North Vancouver). 

Commencing at the south-west corner of the 
District Municipality of North Vancouver, as 
defined by notice in The British Columbia 
Gazette under date of August 26th, 1926; 
thence northerly along the westerly boundary 
of said municipality to the north-west corner 
thereof; thence easterly along the northerly 
boundary of said municipality to the point 
thereon which lies due south of the south-east 
corner of Lot 1287, Group 1, New Westminster 
Land District; thence north to said corner; 
thence northerly along the easterly boundaries 
of Lots 1287, 1290, and 1291 to the north-east 
corner of Lot 1291; thence due north to the 
point due west of the northerly corner of Lot 
1580; thence due east to the middle line of 
Indian River; thence southerly along said 
middle line and that of Indian Arm (passing to 
the east of Choicer Island and Lot 177 and to 
the west of Racoon and Boulder Islands) px - o- 
duced to the middle line of Burrard Inlet; 
thence westerly along said middle line to the 
point thereon which lies due south of the 
south-west corner of the Municipality of North 
Vancouver; thence north to the point of com¬ 
mencement-—all the lots herein above mentioned 
being in Group 1, New Westminster Land 
District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 45 
(West Vancouver), as follows:— 

School District No. 45 (West Vancouver). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of the 
District Municipality of West Vancouver, as 
defined by notice in The British Columbia 
Gazette under date of March 14th, 1912; 
thence northerly along the easterly boundary 
of said municipality to the north-east corner 
thereof; thence easterly along the northerly 
boundary of the District Municipality of North 
Vancouver, as defined in The British Columbia 
Gazette under date of August 26th, 1926, to the 
point thereon which lies due south of the south¬ 
east corner of Lot 1287, Group 1, New West¬ 


minster Land District; thence north to said 
corner; thence northerly along the easterly 
boundaries of Lots 1287, 1290, and 1291 to the 
north-east corner of Lot 1291; thence due 
north to the point due east of the north-east 
corner of Lot 1563; thence west to said corner; 
thence westerly along the northerly boundary 
of Lot 1563 to the north-west corner thereof; 
thence due west to the easterly boundary of 
Lot 2960; thence northerly along said bound¬ 
ary to the southerly boundary of Lot 2807; 
thence westerly along said boundary to the 
south-west corner of Lot 2807; thence due 
west to the middle line of Montagu Channel; 
thence southerly along said middle line and 
that of Queen Charlotte Channel (passing to 
the west of Bowyer Island and to the east of 
Passage Island) produced to the point which 
lies due west of the middle line of Burrard 
Inlet at the entrance thereto; thence east to 
and easterly along said middle line to the point 
thereon which lies due south of the south-east 
corner of the Municipality of West Vancouver 
aforesaid; thence north to the point of com¬ 
mencement^—all the lots herein above men¬ 
tioned being in Group 1, New Westminster 
Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

IVrOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
4-’ the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 46 
(Sechelt), as follows:— 

School District No. 46 (Sechelt). 

Commencing at the south-west corner of Lot 
1663, Group 1, New Westminster Land Dis¬ 
trict; thence due east to the middle line of 
Howe Sound; thence southerly along said 
middle line and that of Montagu Channel and 
Queen Charlotte Channel (passing to the west 
of Bowyer Island and to the east of Passage 
Island) produced to the point which lies due 
west of the middle line of Burrard Inlet at 
the entrance thereto; thence west to the middle 
line of Strait of Georgia; thence northerly 
along said middle line to and along the middle 
line of Malaspina Strait to the southerly pro¬ 
longation of the middle line of Jervis Inlet; 
thence north-easterly to and along said middle 
line and that of Hotham Sound and continuing 
northerly in Baker Bay to the south-west cor¬ 
ner of Lot 3557, Group 1, New Westminster 
Land District; thence due west to the westerly 
boundary of the streams flowing into Jervis 
Inlet; thence northerly and easterly along the 
boundaries of the watershed of the streams 
flowing into Jervis Inlet to the westerly bound¬ 
ary of the watershed of the streams flowing 
into Squamish River and Howe Sound; thence 
southerly along said boundary to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Potlatch Creek; 
thence south-easterly along said boundary to 
the point thereon which lies due west of the 
north-west corner of Lot 1663, Group 1, New 
Westminster Land District; thence east to 
said corner; thence southerly along the west¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 1663 to the point of 
commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Su)>eriutendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 









April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1137 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (6), of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 47 
(Powell River), as follows:— 

School District No. 47 (Powell River). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the middle line of Malaspina Strait with the 
southerly prolongation of the middle line of 
Jervis Inlet; thence north-easterly to and 
along said middle line and that of Hotham 
Sound and continuing northerly in Baker Bay 
to the south-west corner of Lot 3557, Group 1, 
New Westminster Land District; thence due 
west to the westerly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of the streams flowing into Jervis Inlet; 
thence northerly along said boundary to the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of Powell 
River; thence westerly along said boundary to 
the most westerly point thereon which lies due 
east of the north-east corner of Lot 976, Range 
1, Coast Land District; thence west to said 
corner; thence westerly along the northerly 
boundaries of Lots 976 and 975, both in Range 
1, Coast Land District, to the north-west cor¬ 
ner of Lot 975; thence due west to the middle 
line of Toba Inlet; thence southerly along the 
middle lines of Toba Inlet, Pryce Channel, 
Homfray Channel, Desolation Sound to and 
along the middle line of Lewis Channel (pass¬ 
ing to the west of King-horn Island and to the 
east of Powell Islands) produced to the east¬ 
erly prolongation of the middle line of Baker 
Passage; thence westerly to and along said 
middle line produced to the middle line of 
Strait of Georgia; thence south-easterly along 
said middle line to the southerly prolongation 
of the middle line of Malaspina Strait; thence 
northerly to and along said middle line to the 
point of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 48 
(Howe Sound), as follows:— 

School District No. 48 (Howe Sound). 

Commencing at the south-west corner of Lot 
2807, Group 1, New Westminster Land Dis¬ 
trict, being a point on the easterly shore of 
Montagu Channel; thence easterly along the 
southerly boundary of Lot 2807 to the north¬ 
east corner of Lot 2960; thence southerly 
along the easterly boundary of Lot 2960 to the 
point thereon which lies due west of the north¬ 
west corner of Lot 1563; thence east to said 
corner; thence easterly along the northerly 
boundary of Lot 1563 to the north-east corner 
thereof; thence due east to the point due north 
of the north-east corner of Lot 1291; thence 
due north to the point due west of the north¬ 
erly corner of Lot 1580; thence east to the 
middle line of Indian River; thence northerly 
along said middle line to the point thereon 
which lies due east of the south-east corner of 
Lot 2029; thence due east to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Indian River; 
thence northerly along said boundary and that 
of the watershed of Mamquam, Cheakamus, 

12 


and Green Rivers to the northerly boundary of 
the watershed of Billygoat Creek; thence 
south-easterly along said boundary to the point 
thereon which lies due west of the north-west 
corner of Lot 5536; thence east to said corner; 
thence easterly along the northerly boundary 
of Lot 5536 to the north-east corner thereof; 
thence due east to the easterly boundary of the 
watershed of Lillooet River; thence north¬ 
westerly along said boundary to the point 
thereon which lies due south of the south-east 
corner of Lot 959, Lillooet Land District; 
thence north to said corner; thence northerly 
along the easterly boundary of Lot 959 to the 
north-east corner thereof; thence westerly 
along the northerly boundaries of Lots 959, 
757,‘756, and 4806 to the north-west corner of 
Lot 4806—all the lots herein above mentioned, 
beginning with Lot 959, being in Lillooet Land 
District; thence due west to the northerly 
boundary of the watershed of Lillooet River; 
thence westerly along said boundary to the 
westerly boundary of the watershed of Lillooet 
River; thence southerly along said boundary 
to and along the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of the streams flowing into Squam- 
ish River and Howe Sound to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Potlatch Creek; 
thence south-easterly along said boundary to 
the point thereon which lies due west of the 
north-west corner of Lot 1663; thence east to 
said corner; thence southerly along the west¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 1663 to the south-west 
corner thereof; thence due east to the middle 
line of Howe Sound; thence southerly along- 
said middle line and that of Montagu Channel 
to the point thereon which lies due west of the 
south-west corner of Lot 2807; thence east to 
the point of commencement-—all the lots herein 
above mentioned, unless specified to the con¬ 
trary, being in Group 1, New Westminster 
Land Distinct. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 49 
(Ocean Falls), as follows:— 

School District No. 49 (Ocean Falls). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the middle line of Finlayson Channel with the 
westerly production of the middle line of 
Oscar Passage; thence easterly to and along 
said middle line and continuing easterly across 
Mathieson Channel to and along the middle 
line of Salmon Bay to the head of said bay; 
thence due east to the easterly boundary of the 
watershed of Mathieson Channel; thence 
north-easterly along said boundary and that 
of the watershed of Gardner Canal to the 
Cascade Mountains, as defined by the “ Inter¬ 
pretation Act Amendment Act, 1936 ”; thence 
south-easterly along the Cascade Mountains 
to the northerly boundary of the watershed of 
Charlotte Lake; thence westerly along the 
northerly boundary of said watershed to the 
westerly boundary thereof; thence southerly 
along said boundary (crossing Charlotte Lake 
at its outlet) to the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Bella Coola River; thence west¬ 
erly along said boundary and that of the 
watershed of streams flowing into South Ben- 
tinck Arm and Burke Channel to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of streams flowing 
into Fitzhugh Sound; thence southerly along- 
said easterly boundary to the point thereon 
which lies due east of the south-east corner of 












1138 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


Lot 1327, Range 2, Coast Land District; 
thence west to said corner; thence westerly 
along the southerly boundary of Lot 1327 to 
the south-west corner thereof; thence due 
west to the middle line of Fitzhugh Sound; 
thence southerly along said middle line to the 
easterly prolongation of the middle line of 
Hakai Passage; thence westerly to and along 
the middle line of Hakai Passage to the en¬ 
trance thereto; thence south-westerly by a 
straight line to the point of intersection of the 
westerly boundary of the Province with the 
51st parallel of north latitude; thence north¬ 
easterly by a straight line to the middle line 
of Milbanke Sound at the entrance thereto and 
continuing along said middle line and that of 
Finlayson Channel to the point of commence¬ 
ment. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

ATOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
-*■ ’ the provisions of clause ( b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 50 
(Queen Charlotte), as follows:■— 

School District No. 50 (Queen Charlotte). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the westerly boundary of the Province with 
the 51st parallel of north latitude; thence 
northerly by a straight line to the point of 
junction of the southerly prolongation of the 
middle lines of Milbanke Sound and Hecate 
Strait; thence north-westerly to and along 
the middle line of Hecate Strait produced to 
the International Boundary between Canada 
and Alaska, in Dixon Entrance; thence west¬ 
erly along said International Boundary to the 
westerly boundary of the Province; thence 
southerly along said boundary to the point of 
commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

ATOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 51 
(Portland Canal), as follows:— 

School District No. 51 (Portland Canal). 

Commencing at that point on the Interna¬ 
tional Boundary between Canada and Alaska 
south-west of Wales Island where said Inter¬ 
national Boundary turns westerly; thence 
northerly along said boundary to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Salmon River; 
thence northerly along said westerly boundary 
to and along that of Bear River to the south¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of Bowser 
River; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundary of that part of the watershed of 
Nass River above the mouth of Bell-Irving 
River to the easterly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Nass River; thence southerly along 
said easterly boundary to the point thereon 
which lies nearest to the north-east corner of 
Lot 1885, Cassiar Land District; thence by a 
straight line to said corner; thence westerly 
along the northerly boundaries of Lots 1885 
and 1881 to the north-west corner of Lot 1881; 


thence southerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Lots 1881, 1968, and 1969, all of Cassiar 
Land District, to the south-west corner of Lot 
1969; thence by the shortest line to and south¬ 
westerly along the easterly boundary of the 
watershed of Nass River to the northerly 
boundary of the watershed of Khutzeymateen 
River and of the streams flowing southerly 
into Khutzeymateen Inlet; thence westerly 
along said boundary produced to the middle 
line of Steamer Passage; thence south-west¬ 
erly along the middle line of Steamer Passage 
to the entrance thereof; thence due west to 
the point due south of that point on the Inter¬ 
national Boundary aforesaid; thence north to 
the point of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 52 
(Prince Rupert), as follows:—- 

School District No. 52 (Prince Rupert). 

Commencing at the north-west corner of Lot 
215. Range 4, Coast Land District, being a 
point on the shore of Telegraph Passage; 
thence due west to the middle line of said 
passage; thence southerly along said middle 
line and that of Ogden Channel (passing to 
the west of Marrack, Bedford, and Gibson 
Islands) to the middle line of Kitkatlah Inlet; 
thence westerly along said middle line (pass¬ 
ing to the north of Kitkatlah, Grassy, and 
Sand Islands) to the production north-easterly 
of the middle line of Freeman Passage; thence 
south-westerly to and along said middle line 
produced to the middle line of Hecate Strait; 
thence northerly along said middle line pro¬ 
duced to the International Boundary between 
Canada and Alaska, in Dixon Entrance; thence 
easterly along said boundary to the point 
south-west of Wales Island where said Inter¬ 
national Boundary turns westerly; thence due 
south to the point due west of the middle line 
of Steamer Passage at the entrance thereto; 
thence east to and easterly along said middle 
line and continuing easterly to and along the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of the 
streams flowing southerly into Khutzeymateen 
Inlet to the northerly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Khutzeymateen River; thence easterly 
and southerly along the boundaries of the 
watershed of Khutzeymateen River to the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of Skeena 
River; thence westerly along said boundary 
to the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Exchamsiks River; thence south-easterly along 
said boundary to the point thereon which lies 
due north of the north-west corner of Lot 
4803, Range 5, Coast Land District; thence 
south to said corner; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundary of Lot 4803 to the 
south-west corner thereof; thence due south 
to the southerly boundary of the watershed of 
Skeena River; thence westerly along said 
boundary to the point thereon which lies due 
east of the north-east corner of Lot 214, Range 
4, Coast Land District; thence west to said 
corner; thence westerly along the northerly 
boundaries of said Lot 214 and Lot 215 afore¬ 
said to the point of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 








April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1139 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 53 
(Terrace), as follows:— 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 54 
(Smithers), as follows:— 


School District No. 53 (Terrace). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the easterly boundary of the watershed of 
Bulkley River with the 55th parallel of north 
latitude, as established by survey upon the 
ground; thence northerly along said boundary 
to the southerly boundary of the watershed of 
Babine River; thence westerly along said 
boundary to the mouth of Babine River and 
continuing across Skeena River along the 
boundary of that part of the watershed of 
Skeena River above the mouth of Babine River 
to the easterly boundary of the watershed of 
Nass River; thence southerly along said east¬ 
erly boundary to the point thereon which lies 
nearest to the north-east corner of Lot 1885, 
Cassiar Land District; thence in a straight 
line to said corner; thence westerly along the 
northerly boundaries of Lots 1885 and 1881 to 
the north-west corner of Lot 1881; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundaries of 
Lots 1881, 1968, and 1969 to the south-west 
corner of Lot 1969—all the lots herein above 
mentioned, beginning with Lot 1885, being in 
Cassiar Land Disti'ict; thence by the shortest 
line to and south-westerly along the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Nass River to 
the easterly boundary of the watershed of 
Khutzeymateen River; thence southerly along 
the easterly boundary of the watershed of 
Khutzeymateen River to the northerly bound¬ 
ary of the watershed of Skeena River; thence 
westerly along said boundary to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Exchamsiks 
River; thence south-easterly along said bound- 
ai’y to the point thereon which lies due north 
of the north-west corner of Lot 4803, Range 5, 
Coast Land District; thence south to said cor¬ 
ner; thence southerly along the westerly bound- 
ai’y of said Lot 4803 to the south-west corner 
thereof; thence due south to the southerly 
boundary of the watershed of Skeena River; 
thence in a general easterly direction along the 
southerly and easterly boundaries of the water¬ 
shed of Skeena River to that point on the 
southeidy boundary of the watershed of Serb 
Creek which lies due south of the south-west 
coimer of Lot 5540; thence north to said cor- 
ner; thence northerly along the westerly 
boundaries of Lots 5540, 5553, and 5562 pro¬ 
duced to the 55th parallel aforesaid; thence 
easterly along said suiweyed parallel to the 
westerly boundary of Lot 2291, Cassiar Land 
District; thence southerly, easterly, and north- 
erly along the boundaries of said lot to the 
south-west coimer of Moricetown Indian Re¬ 
serve No. 1; thence easterly along the south¬ 
erly boundary of said Indian resei’ve and the 
northerly boundary of Lot 3307 to the north¬ 
east corner of Lot 3307; thence southerly 
along the easterly boundary of Lot 3307 to the 
surveyed 55th parallel; thence easterly along 
said parallel to the westerly boundary of Lot 
3879; thence northerly along said boundary to 
the north-west corner of Lot 3879; thence 
easterly along the northerly boundaries of Lots 
3879, 3880, and 1069 to the north-east corner 
of Lot 1069; thence southerly along the east¬ 
erly boundary of said lot to the surveyed 55th 
parallel; thence easterly along said surveyed 
narallel to the point of commencement—all the 
lots herein above mentioned, beginning with 
Lot 4803, unless specified to the contrary, being 
in Range 5, Coast Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


School District No. 54 (Smithers). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of Lot 
3441, Range 5, Coast Land District; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundary of Lot 
3442 produced to the easterly boundary of the 
watershed of McKilligan Creek; thence south¬ 
erly along said boundary to and along the 
easterly boundary of the watershed of Buck 
Creek to the southerly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of said creek; thence westerly and north¬ 
westerly along the southerly and westerly 
boundaries of the watershed of Buck Creek to 
the point thereon which lies due east of the 
north-east corner of Lot 2498; thence west to 
the point due north of the north-east corner of 
Lot 5364; thence south to said corner; thence 
southerly along the easterly boundary of Lot 
5364 to the south-east corner thereof; thence 
south to the point due east of the north-east 
corner of Lot 2136; thence west to said corner; 
thence westerly along the northerly boundary 
of Lot 2136 and the southerly boundaries of 
Lots 5366, 5367, 3423, 3422, and 3421 to the 
south-west corner of Lot 3421; thence by the 
shortest line to the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Morice River; thence westerly 
and south-westerly along the southerly bound¬ 
aries of the watershed of Morice and Nanika 
Rivers to the Cascade Mountains, as defined 
by the “ Interpretation Act Amendment Act, 
1936 ”; thence northerly along the Cascade 
Mountains to the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Skeena River; thence north¬ 
easterly and northerly along said boundary to 
that point on the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Serb Creek which lies due south 
of the south-west corner of Lot 5540; thence 
north to said corner; thence northerly along 
the westerly boundaries of Lots 5540, 5533, 
and 5562 produced to the 55th parallel of 
north latitude, as established by survey upon 
the ground; thence easterly along said sur¬ 
veyed parallel to the westerly boundary of 
Lot 2291, Cassiar Land District; thence south¬ 
erly, easterly, and northerly along the bound¬ 
aries of said Lot 2291 to the south-west corner 
of Moricetown Indian Reserve No. 1; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundary of said 
Indian reserve and the northerly boundary of 
Lot 3307 to the north-east corner of Lot 3307; 
thence southerly along the easterly boundary 
of Lot 3307 to the surveyed 55th parallel; 
thence easterly along said parallel to the 
westerly boundary of Lot 3879; thence north¬ 
erly along said boundary to the north-west 
corner of Lot 3879; thence easterly along the 
northerly boundaries of Lots 3879, 3880, and 
1069 to the north-east corner of Lot 1069; 
thence southerly along the easterly boundary 
of said lot to the surveyed 55th parallel; 
thence easterly along said surveyed parallel to 
the easterly boundary of the watershed of 
Bulkley River; thence southerly along said 
boundary to that point on the northerly 
boundary of the watershed of Farewell Creek 
which lies due north of the north-west corner 
of Lot 3449; thence south to said corner; 
thence southerly and easterly along the bound¬ 
aries of said lot and continuing easterly along 
the southerly boundary of Lot 1167 produced 
to the left bank of Bulkley River; thence 
north-easterly along said bank to the north¬ 
east corner of Lot 3434; thence southerly 





1140 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


along the eastei'ly boundaries of Lots 3434 and 
3435 to the north-west corner of Lot 3441; 
thence easterly and southerly along the bound¬ 
aries of said Lot 3441 to the point of com¬ 
mencement—all the lots herein above men¬ 
tioned, unless specified to the contrary, being- 
in Range 5, Coast Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (5) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 55 
(Burns Lake), as follows:— 

School District No. 55 (Burns Lake). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of Lot 
3441, Range 5, Coast Land District; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundary of Lot 
3442 produced to the easterly boundary of the 
watershed of McKilligan Creek; thence south¬ 
erly along said boundary to and along the east¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of Buck Creek 
to the southerly boundary of the watershed of 
said creek; thence westerly and north-westerly 
along the southerly and westerly boundaries of 
the watershed of Buck Creek to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the north-east 
corner of Lot 2498; thence west to the point 
due north of the north-east corner of Lot 5364; 
thence south to said corner; thence southerly 
along the eastei'ly boundary of Lot 5364 to the 
south-east corner thereof; thence south to the 
point due east of the north-east corner of Lot 
2136; thence west to said corner; thence west¬ 
erly along the northerly boundary of Lot 2136 
and the southerly boundaries of Lots 5366, 
5367, 3423, 3422, and 3421 to the south-west 
corner of Lot 3421—all the lots herein above 
mentioned being in Range 5, Coast Land Dis¬ 
trict; thence by the shortest line to the south¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of Morice 
River; thence westerly and southerly along 
the boundaries of the watershed of Morice and 
Nanika Rivers to the northerly boundary of 
the watershed of Tahtsa River; thence east¬ 
erly along said boundary to the point thereon 
which lies nearest to the north-west corner of 
Lot 1197, Range 4, Coast Land District; thence 
by a straight line to said corner; thence east¬ 
erly along the northerly boundaries of Lots 
1197 and 1196 to the north-east corner of Lot 
1196; thence north-easterly by a straight line 
to the north-west corner of Lot 2872; thence 
due north to the middle line of Ootsa Lake; 
thence easterly along the middle lines of Ootsa 
Lake, Ootsa River, Intata Lake, Natalkuz 
Lake, and Nechako River to the 125th meridian 
of west longitude; thence north along said 
meridian to the northerly boundary of the 
watershed of the streams flowing southerly 
into Borel Lake; thence westerly along said 
boundary to the point thereon which lies due 
south of the south-west corner of Lot 2621; 
thence north to said corner; thence northerly 
along the westerly boundary of Lot 2621 pro¬ 
duced to the middle line of Francois Lake—all 
the lots herein above mentioned, beginning with 
Lot 1197, being in Range 4, Coast Land Dis¬ 
trict; thence westerly along said middle line to 
the southerly production of the westerly bound¬ 
ary of Lot 1019, Range 5, Coast Land District; 
thence northerly to and along said boundary 
and that of Lot 6764 to the north-west corner 
of Lot 6764; thence due west to the point due 
south of the south-east corner of Lot 3822; 
thence north to said corner; thence northerly 


along the easterly boundaries of Lots 3822, 
3821, 3576, and 3579 to the south-west corner 
of Lot 3582; thence easterly and northerly 
along the boundaries of Lot 3582 and continu¬ 
ing northerly along the easterly boundaries of 
Lots 3583 and 3586 to the southerly boundary 
of the watershed of Shovel Creek; thence east¬ 
erly along said boundary and the northerly 
boundary of the watershed of Tatin Creek to 
the 125th meridian; thence north along said 
meridian to the southerly boundary of Lot 
5034; thence westerly, northerly, and easterly 
along the boundaries of Lot 5034 to the west¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 4958; thence northerly 
along said boundary to the north-east corner of 
Lot 4951; thence westerly along the northerly 
boundary of Lot 4951 to the 125th meridian; 
thence north along said meridian to the south¬ 
erly shore of Whitefish Lake; thence westerly, 
northerly, and easterly along the shore of said 
lake to the south-east corner of Lot 4952; 
thence northerly along the easterly boundaries 
of Lots 4952 and 4953 to the north-east cor¬ 
ner of Lot 4953; thence westerly along the 
northerly boundary of Lot 4953 to the 125th 
meridian; thence north along said meridian to 
the southerly boundary of Lot 2842; thence 
easterly, northerly, and westerly along the 
boundaries of Lot 2842 to the 125th meridian; 
thence north along said meridian to the south¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 3654; thence westerly 
along said boundary to the most northerly 
south-west corner of Lot 3654; thence north¬ 
erly and easterly along the westerly and 
northerly boundaries of Lot 3654 to the 125th 
meridian—all the lots herein above mentioned, 
beginning with Lot 1019, being in Range 5, 
Coast Land District; thence north along said 
meridian to the southerly shore of Trembleur 
Lake; thence easterly, northerly, and westerly 
along the shore of said lake to the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 2 (Sovandostar); 
thence northerly and westerly along the bound¬ 
aries of said Indian reserve to the 125th 
meridian; thence north to the 55th parallel of 
north latitude, as established by survey upon 
the ground; thence westerly along said sur¬ 
veyed parallel to the easterly boundary of Lot 
2041, Cassiar Land District; thence southerly 
and westerly along the boundaries of Lot 2041 
to the point thereon which lies due north of 
the north-east corner of Lot 2039; thence south 
to said corner; thence southerly along the 
easterly boundary of Lot 2039 to the northerly 
boundary of Lot 2027; thence easterly, south¬ 
erly, and westerly along the boundaries of 
Lot 2027 and continuing westerly along the 
southerly boundary of Lot 2028 to the easterly 
boundary of Lot 2030; thence southerly and 
north-westerly along the boundaries of Lot 
2030 and continuing north-westerly along the 
southerly boundary of Lot 2031 to the point 
thereon which lies due north of the north¬ 
east corner of Lot 2035: thence south to said 
corner; thence southerly along the easterly 
boundary of Lot 2035 to the south-east corner 
thereof; thence westerly and northerly along 
the boundaries of Lots 2035, 2036, 2047, 2048, 
2051, and 2052 to the north-west corner of Lot 
2052; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundary of Lot 2068 to the south-west corner 
of Lot 2068—all the lots herein above men¬ 
tioned, beginning with Lot 2041, being in Cas¬ 
siar Land District; thence due west to the 
point due south of Mile-post 95 set on surveyed 
55th parallel; thence noi'th to said mile-post; 
thence westerly along said surveyed parallel to 
the easterly boundary of the watershed of 
Bulkley River; thence southerly along said 
boundary to that point on the northerly bound¬ 
ary of the watershed of Farewell Creek which 
lies due north of the north-west corner of Lot 
3449, Range 5, Coast Land District; thence 
south to said corner; thence southerly and 
easterly along the boundaries of Lot 3449 and 
continuing easterly along the southerly bound¬ 
ary of Lot 1167 produced to the left bank of 







April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1141 


Bulkley River: thence north-easterly along- 
said bank to the north-east corner of Lot 3434; 
thence southerly along- the easterly boundaries 
of Lots 3434 and 3435 to the north-west corner 
of Lot 3441; thence easterly and southerly 
along- the boundaries of said Lot 3441 to the 
point of commencement—all the lots herein 
above mentioned, beginning with Lot 3449, 
being in Range 5, Coast Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 56 
(Vanderhoof), as follows:— 

School District No. 56 (Vanderhoof). 

Commencing at the north-west corner of Lot 
975, Cariboo Land District; thence southerly 
along the westerly boundaries of Lots 975 and 
978 to the south-east corner of Lot 5201; 
thence westerly along the southerly boundaries 
of Lots 5201, 5209, 5210, 5216, 5217, and 5218 
to the south-west corner of Lot 5218; thence 
northerly along the westerly boundary of Lot 
5218 to the south-east corner of Lot 5225; 
thence westerly along the southerly boundaries 
of Lots 5225, 5226, 1043, 1044, 1045, 1050, 
1051, 1056, 1057, 1256, 1257, 1262, and 1263 to 
the south-west corner of Lot 1263—all the lots 
herein above mentioned being in Cariboo Land 
District; thence due west to the 124th meridian 
as established by survey on the ground; thence 
southerly along- said surveyed meridian to the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of 
Euchiniks Creek; thence westerly along said 
boundary to and along the northerly boundary 
of the watershed of Chedakuz Creek to the 
125th meridian of west longitude; thence 
north along said meridian to the northerly 
boundary of the watershed of the streams 
flowing southerly into Borel Lake; thence 
westerly along said boundary to the point 
thereon which lies due south of the south-west 
corner of Lot 2621, Range 5, Coast Land 
District; thence north to said corner; thence 
northerly along the westerly boundary of Lot 
2621 produced to the middle line of Francois 
Lake; thence westerly along said middle line 
to the southerly production of the westerly 
boundary of Lot 1019; thence northerly to and 
along said boundary and that of Lot 6764 to 
the north-west corner of Lot 6764; thence due 
west to the point due south of the south-east 
corner of Lot 3822; thence north to said 
corner; thence northerly along the easterly 
boundaries of Lots 3822, 3821, 3576, and 3579 
to the south-west corner of Lot 3582; thence 
easterly and northerly along the boundaries of 
Lot 3582 and continuing northerly along the 
easterly boundaries of Lots 3583 and 3586 to 
the southerly boundarv of the watershed of 
Shovel Creek; thence easterly along said 
boundary and the northerly boundary of the 
watershed of Tatin Creek to the 125th merid¬ 
ian; thence north along said meridian to the 
southerly boundary of Lot 5034; thence west¬ 
erly, northerly, and easterly along the bound¬ 
aries of Lot 5034 to the westerly boundax-y of 
Lot 4958; thence northerly along said bound- 
ai-y to the north-east corner of Lot 4951; 
thence westerly along the northerly boundary 
of Lot 4951 to the 125th meridian; thence 
north along said meridian to the southerly 
shore of Whitefish Lake; thence westerly, 
northerly, and easterly along the shore of said 
lake to the south-east corner of Lot 4952; 
thence northerly along the easteidy boundaries 
of Lots 4952 and 4953 to the north-east corner 


of Lot 4953; thence westerly along the north¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 4953 to the 125th me¬ 
ridian ; thence north along said meridian to 
the southerly boundary of Lot 2842; thence 
easterly, northerly, and westerly along _ the 
boundaries of Lot 2842 to the 125th meridian; 
thence north along said meridian to the south¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 3654; thence westerly 
along said boundary to the most northerly 
south-west corner of Lot 3654; thence north- 
ei'ly and easterly along the westerly and north¬ 
erly boundaries of Lot 3654 to the 125th me¬ 
ridian—all the lots herein above mentioned, 
beginning with Lot 2621, being in Range 5, 
Coast Land Distinct; thence north along said 
meridian to the southerly shore of Trembleur 
Lake; thence easterly, northerly, and westerly 
along the shore of said lake to the south-east 
cornier of Indian Reserve No. 2 (Sovandostar) ; 
thence northerly and westerly along the bound¬ 
aries of said Indian reserve to the 125th me¬ 
ridian; thence north to the 55th parallel of 
north latitude, as established by survey upon 
the ground; thence easterly along said sur¬ 
veyed parallel to the 124th meridian, as estab¬ 
lished by survey upon the ground; thence 
southerly along said meridian to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Salmon River; 
thence southerly along said boundary to the 
point thereon which lies due north of the 
north-east corner of Lot .2450, Cariboo Land 
District; thence south to said corner; thence 
southerly along the easterly boundaries of 
Lots 2450, 2449, 2448, 2447, 2446, and 8391 to 
the northerly boundary of Lot 2758r; thence 
easterly and southerly along the boundaries 
of Lot 2758r and continuing southerly to and 
along the middle line of Stuart River produced 
to the middle line of Nechako River; thence 
easterly along the middle line of Nechako 
River to the point thereon which lies due north 
of the north-west corner of Lot 837; thence 
south to said corner; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundary of Lot 837 to the south¬ 
west corner thereof and continuing southerly 
by a straight line to and along the westerly 
boundaries of Lots 1779, 1726, 1723, 1777, 

9298, and 8498 to the south-west corner of 
Lot 8498; thence due south to the northerly 
boundary of the watershed of Chilako River; 
thence westerly and southerly along said 
boundary to and along the westerly boundary 
of the watershed of Gregg Creek to the point 
thereon which lies due north of the north-east 
corner of Lot 6606; thence south to said 
corner; thence southerly along the easterly 
boundaries of Lots 6606, 6600, 6603, 6604, 

6605, and 5223 to the north-west corner of 
Lot 974; thence easterly along the northerly 
boundary of Lot 974 to the point of commence¬ 
ment—all the lots herein above mentioned, 

beginning with Lot 2450, being in Cariboo 

Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 57 
(Prince George), as follows:— 

School District No. 57 (Prince George). 

Commencing at the north-west corner of Lot 
975, Cariboo Land District; thence easterly 
along the northerly boundaries of Lots 975 
976, 977, 994, 995, 996, 998, and 997 and the 
southerly boundary of Lot 1003 to the south¬ 
east corner of Lot 1003; thence due south to 
the point due west of the north-west corner of 
Lot 9066; thence east to said corner; thence 
easterly along the northerly boundary of Lot 










1142 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


9066 to the north-east corner thereof; thence 
due east to a point clue north of the north-west 
corner of Lot 4886; thence south to the middle 
line of Fraser River; thence southerly alon >; 
said middle line to the point due west of the 
south-west corner of Lot 3208; thence east to 
said corner; thence easterly along the south¬ 
erly boundaries of Lots 3208, 3207, 3206, and 
3205 to the south-east corner of Lot 3205; 
thence northerly along the easterly boundary 
of Lot 3205 to the north-west corner of Lot 
4409; thence easterly along the northerly 
boundaries of Lots 4409, 4410, and 4665 to the 
north-east corner of Lot 4665; thence due east 
to the northerly boundary of the watershed of 
Ahbau Creek; thence easterly and northerly 
along said boundary and the westerly boundary 
of the watershed of Jerry Creek to the point 
which lies due west of the south-west corner 
of Lot 6945; thence east to said corner; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundaries of Lots 
6945 and 6943 to the south-east corner of Lot 
6943; thence due east to the middle line of 
Bowron River; thence southerly along said 
middle line to the point thereon which lies due 
west of the north-west corner of Lot 9518; 
thence east to said corner; thence easterly 
along the northerly boundary of Lot 9518 to 
the north-east corner thereof; thence due east 
to the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Dominion Creek; thence southerly along said 
boundary to the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Haggen Creek; thence north¬ 
easterly along said boundary to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of the streams flow¬ 
ing easterly into the upper reaches of Fraser 
River; thence northerly along said boundary 
to the easterly boundary of the watershed of 
Slim Creek; thence northerly along said bound¬ 
ary to the most northerly point thereon which 
lies due south of the south-west corner of Lot 
5484; thence north to said corner: thence 
northerly along the westerlv boundaries of 
Lot 5484 produced to the middle line of Fraser 
River; thence north-easterly along said middle 
line to the southerly prolongation of the east¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 3266; thence no"therlv 
to and a'ong said boundary to the north-east 
corner of Lot 3266; thence due no”th to the 
southerly boundary of the watershed of M"- 
Gre°-or River: thence easterly along said 
boundary to the line of the summit of the 
Rocky Mountains; thence northerly along said 
line to the point thereon which lies due east 
of the po'nt of junction of the middle lines of 
Parsnip and Nation Rivers; thence west to 
said junction-point; thence southerly to and 
south-westerly alon"- the soothe' Iv boundary 
of the watershed of Nation Rive" to the su - 
veyed 124th meridian; thence southerly along 
said meridian to the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of Salmon River; thence southerly 
along said boundary to the point the eon which 
lies due north of the north-east corner of Lot 
2450; thence south to said corner; thence 
southerly along the easte’ ly boundaries of Lots 
2450, 2449, 2448, 2447, 2446, and 8391 to the 
northeily boundary of Lot 2758 r; thence east¬ 
erly and southerly along the boundaries of Lot 
2758 r and continuing southerly to and along 
the middle line of Stuart River produced to 
the middle line of Nechako River; thence east¬ 
erly along the middle line of Nechako River to 
the point due north of the north-west corner 
of Lot 837; thence south to said corner; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of Lot 
837 to the south-west corner thereof and con¬ 
tinuing southerly by a straight line to and 
along the westerly boundaries of Lots 1779, 
1726, 1723, 1777, 9298, and 8498 to the south¬ 
west corner of Lot 8498; thence due south to 
the northerly boundary of the watershed of 
Chilako River; thence westerly and southerly 
along said boundary to and along the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Gregg Creek to 
the point thereon which lies due north of the 


north-east corner of Lot 6606; thence south to 
said corner; thence southerly along the east¬ 
erly boundaries of Lots 6606, 6600, 6603, 6604, 
6605, and 5223 to the north-west corner of Lot 
974; thence easte ly along the northe ly bound¬ 
ary of Lot 974 to the point of commencement— 
all the lots herein above mentioned being in 
Cariboo Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 58 
(McBride), as follows: — 

School District No. 58 (McBride). 

Commencing at the south-west corner of 
Lot 7383, Cariboo Land District; thence east¬ 
erly along the southerly boundary of Lot 7383 
and the northerly boundary of Lot 3103, Kam¬ 
loops Division of Yale Land District, to the 
north-east corner of Lot 3103; thence due east 
to the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Canoe River; thence southerly along said 
boundary to the southerly boundary of the 
watershed of Foster Creek; thence easterly 
along said boundary to Canoe River and con¬ 
tinuing easterly across Canoe River to and 
along the southerly boundary of the watershed 
of Baker Creek to the easterly boundary of 
the Province; thence north-westerly along 
said boundary and continuing along the line of 
the summit of the Rocky Mountains to the 
southerly boundary of the watershed of Mc¬ 
Gregor River; thence westerly along said 
boundary to the point thereon which lies due 
north of the north-east corner of Lot 3266; 
thence south to said corner; thence southerly 
along the easterly boundary of Lot 3266 pro¬ 
duced to the middle line of Fraser River; 
thence south-westerly along said middle line 
to the northerly prolongation of the westerly 
boundary of Lot 5484; thence southerly to and 
along said boundary to the south-west corner 
of Lot 5484; thence due south to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Slim Creek; 
thence southerly along said boundary to the 
westerly boundary of the watershed of the 
streams flowing easterly into the upper reaches 
of Fraser River; thence south-easterly along 
said boundary and the northerly boundary of 
the watershed of North Thompson River to the 
most easterly point thereon which lies due west 
of the south-west corner of Lot 7383; thence 
east to the point of commencement—all the lots 
herein above mentioned, unless specified to the 
contrary, being in Cariboo Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

IVTOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
’ the provisions of clause (5) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 59 
(Peace River South), as follows:— 

School District No. 59 (Peace River South). 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the middle line of Peace River with the east¬ 
erly boundary of the Province; thence south¬ 
erly along said easterly boundary to the line 









April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1143 


of the summit of the Rocky Mountains; thence 
north-westerly along' the line of the summit of 
the Rocky Mountains produced to a point on 
the middle line of Peace River 1 mile east of 
the mouth of Selwyn Creek; thence easterly 
along said middle line to the point of com¬ 
mencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 60 
(Peace River North), as follows:-—- 

School District No. 60 (Peace River North) . 

Commencing at the point of intersection of 
the easterly boundary of the Province with the 
middle line of Peace River; thence westerly 
along said middle line to a point 1 mile east of 
the mouth of Selwyn Creek; thence in a north¬ 
westerly direction to and along the line of the 
summit of the Rocky Mountains to the south¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of Liard River; 
thence easterly along said boundary and that 
of Chinchago River to the easterly boundary 
of the Province; thence southerly along said 
boundary to the point of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased t^ 
define the boundaries of School District No. 61 
(Greater Victoria), as follows:— 

School District No. 61 (Greater Victoria). 

Commencing at the north-west corner of 
Section 74a, Lake Land District, being a point 
on the shore of Cordova Bay; thence south¬ 
westerly along the westerly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 74a to the south-east corner of Section 7; 
thence westerly along the southerly boundaries 
of Sections 7, 8, 8b, and 10 to the easterly 
boundary of Section 99; thence northerly 
along said boundary to the north-east corner 
of Section 99; thence westerly along the north¬ 
erly boundaries of Sections 99 and 98 to the 
south-east corner of Section 96; thence north¬ 
erly and westerly along the boundaries of Sec¬ 
tion 96 to the easterly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 93; thence northerly and westerly along 
the boundaries of Section 93 and continuing 
westerly along the northerly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 120 to the westerly boundary of the Dis¬ 
trict Municipality of Saanich, as defined by 
notice in The British Columbia Gazette under 
date of February 22nd, 1906—all the sections 
herein above mentioned being in Lake Land 
District; thence southerly along said boundary 
to the northerly boundary of Thetis Lake Park 
area, as shown on plan, numbered 682, de¬ 
posited in the Land Registry Office at Victoria, 
B.C.; thence westerly and southerly along the 
northerly and westerly boundaries of sa'd 
Thetis Lake Park area and continuing south¬ 
erly along the westerly boundary of Lot 98, 
Esquimalt Land District, to the south-west 
corner thereof; thence north-easterly along 
the northerly boundary of Lot 1, Esquimalt 


Land District, to the north-east corner thereof; 
thence due east to the middle line of Esquimalt 
Harbour; thence southerly along the middle 
line of Esquimalt Harbour to the entrance 
thereof; thence due south to the southerly 
boundary of the Province; thence north-east¬ 
erly along said boundary to the point thereon 
which lies due east of the north-west corner of 
Section 74a, Lake Land District aforesaid; 
thence west to the point of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 62 
(Sooke), as follows:— 

School District No. 62 (Sooke). 

Commencing at the north-east corner of Lot 
1, Esquimalt Land District, being a point on 
the westerly shore at the head of Esquimalt 
Harbour; thence south-westerly along the 
northerly boundary of Lot 1 to the south-west 
corner of Lot 98, Esquimalt Land District; 
thence northerly along the westerly boundary 
of Lot 98 to and along the westerly and north¬ 
erly boundaries of Thetis Lake Park area, as 
shown on plan, numbered 682, deposited in the 
Land Registry Office at Victoria, B.C., to the 
westerly boundary of the District Municipality 
of Saanich, as defined by notice in The British 
Columbia Gazette under date of February 
22nd, 1906; thence northerly along said 

boundary to the middle line of Tod Creek; 
thence westerly along said middle line and 
continuing westerly and northerly along the 
middle line of Tod Inlet produced to the middle 
line of Saanich Inlet; thence southerly along 
said middle line and the middle lines of 
Squally Reach and Finlayson Arm to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the north-east 
corner of Lot 51, Malahat Land District; 
thence west to said corner; thence westerly 
along the northerly boundary of Lot 51 to the 
north-west corner thereof and continuing west¬ 
erly to and along the northerly boundaries of 
Lot 54 and Block 453 to the north-west corner 
of Block 453; thence southerly along the 
westerly boundary of Block 453 to the north¬ 
erly boundary of Lot 85; thence westerly 
along said boundary to the easterly boundary 
of Lot 38; thence northerly along the easterly 
boundaries of Lots 38 and 57 to the southerly 
boundary of Block 281; thence westerly and 
northerly along the boundaries of Block 281 
to the south-east corner of Block 287; thence 
westerly and northerly along the boundaries 
of Block 287 to the southerly boundary of 
Block 323; thence westerly along said bound¬ 
ary to the easterly boundary of Block 159; 
thence northerly along said boundary to the 
southerly boundary of Lot 6; thence easterly 
and northerly along the boundaries of Lot 6 
to the north-west corner of Lot 90; thence 
northerly and westerly along the boundaries 
of Block 159 to the south-east corner of Block 
160; thence northerly, westerly, and southerly 
along the boundaries of Block 160 to the south¬ 
east corner of Block 4; thence westerly and 
southerly along the boundaries of Block 159 to 
the most westerly north-west corner thereof— 
all the lots and blocks herein above mentioned, 
beginning with Lot 51, being in Malahat Land 
District; thence due west to the southerly 
boundary of the watershed of Koksilah River; 
thence westerly along said boundary to the 









1144 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


northerly boundary of Malahat Land District; 
thence west along said boundary to the west¬ 
erly boundary of the Esquimalt and Nanaimo 
Railway Company’s land grant; thence south¬ 
easterly along said boundary to the southerly 
boundary of the watershed of San Juan River; 
thence westerly along said boundary to the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of Loss 
Creek; thence westerly and south-westerly 
along said boundary and the southerly bound¬ 
ary of the watershed of Sombrio River to the 
easterly boundary of Lot 189, Renfrew Land 
District; thence southerly along said boundary 
to the south-east corner of said Lot 189; 
thence due south to the southerly boundary of 
the Province; thence easterly along said 
boundary to the point thereon which lies due 
south of the middle line of Esquimalt Harbour 
at the entrance thereto; thence north to and 
northerly along said middle line to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the north-east 
corner of Lot 1, Esquimalt Land District; 
thence west to the point of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School Distinct No. 63 
(Saanich), as follows:— 

School District No. 63 (Saanich). 

Commencing at the north-west corner of 
Section 74a, Lake Land District, being a point 
on the shore of Cordova Bay; thence south¬ 
westerly along the westerly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 74a to the south-east corner of Section 7 ; 
thence westerly along the southerly boundaries 
of Sections 7, 8, 8b, and 10 to the easterly 
boundary of Section 99; thence northerly 
along said boundary to the north-east corner 
of said Section 99; thence westerly along the 
northerly boundaries of Sections 99 and 98 to 
the south-east corner of Section 96; thence 
northerly and westerly along the boundaries 
of Section 96 to the easterly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 93; thence northerly and westerly along 
the boundaries of Section 93 and continuing 
westerly along the northerly boundary of Sec¬ 
tion 120 to the westerly boundary of the Dis¬ 
trict Municipality of Saanich, as defined by 
notice in The British Columbia Gazette under 
date of February 22nd, 1906; thence northerly 
along said boundary to the middle line of Tod 
Creek; thence westerly along said middle line 
and continuing westerly and northerly along 
the middle line of Tod Inlet produced to and 
along the middle line of Saanich Inlet produced 
to the middle line of Satellite Channel; thence 
easterly along the middle line of Satellite 
Channel to and along the middle line of Shute 
Passage pi’oduced to and along that of Prevost 
Passage and the production thereof to the 
southerly boundary of the Province; thence 
south-easterly along said boundary to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the north-west 
corner of Section 74a aforesaid; thence west 
to the point of commencement—all the sections 
herein above mentioned being in Lake Lane 
District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 64 
(Saltspring), as follows:— 

School District No. 64 (Saltspring). 

Commencing at the most northerly point of 
contact of the middle line of Strait of 
Georgia with the southerly boundary of the 
Province; thence westerly by a straight line to 
and along the middle line of Porlier Pass pro¬ 
duced to and around the northerly extremity of 
Reid Island to the middle line of the main 
channel separating Thetis and Kuper Islands 
from Reid, Norway, and Secretary Islands; 
thence southerly along said middle line and that 
of Houstoun Passage produced to the middle 
line of Stuart Channel; thence southerly along 
the middle lines of Stuart Channel, Sansum 
Narrows, and Satellite Channel and continuing 
easterly to and along the middle line of Shute 
Passage produced to and along that of Prevost 
Passage and the production thereof to the 
southerly boundary of the Province; thence 
easterly, northerly, and north-westerly along 
said boundary to the point of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 65 
(Duncan), as follows:— 

School District No. 65 (Duncan). 

Commencing at the north-east corner of Lot 
51, Malahat Land District, being a point on 
the westerly shore of Finlayson Arm; thence 
westerly along the northerly boundary of Lot 
51 to the north-west corner thereof and con¬ 
tinuing westerly to and along the northerly 
boundaries of Lot 54 and Block 453 to the 
north-west corner of Block 453; thence south¬ 
erly along the westerly boundary of Block 453 
to the northerly boundary of Lot 85; thence 
westerly along said boundary to the easterly 
boundary of Lot 38; thence northerly along 
the easterly boundaries of Lots 38 and 57 to 
the southerly boundary of Block 281; thence 
westerly and northerly along the boundaries 
of Block 281 to the south-east corner of Block 
287; thence westerly and northerly along the 
boundaries of Block 287 to the southerly bound¬ 
ary of Block 323; thence westerly along said 
boundary to the easterly boundary of Block 
159; thence northerly along said boundary to 
the southerly boundary of Lot 6; thence east¬ 
erly and northerly along the boundaries of 
Lot 6 to the north-west corner of Lot 90; 
thence northerly and westerly along the bound¬ 
aries of Block 159 to the south-east corner of 
Block 160; thence northerly, westerly, and 
southerly along the boundaries of Block 160 to 
the south-east corner of Block 4; theuce west¬ 
erly and southerly along the boundaries of 
Block 159 to the most westerly north-west cor¬ 
ner thereof; thence due west to the southerly 
boundary of the watershed of Koksilah River; 
thence westerly along said boundary to the 
northerly boundary of Malahat Land District; 
thence east along said boundary to the west¬ 
erly boundary of Block 9—all the lots and 
blocks herein above mentioned being in Mala- 










April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1145 


hat Land District; thence northerly, easterly, 
and southerly along the boundaries of Block 9 
to the northerly boundary of Malahat Land 
District; thence east to the south-west corner 
of Helmcken Land District; thence north 
along the westerly boundary of said land dis¬ 
trict to the southerly boundary of Section 2; 
thence westerly along said boundary to the 
south-west corner of Section 2; thence north¬ 
erly along the westerly boundaries of Sections 
2, 5, and 6, all being in Helmcken Land Dis¬ 
trict, to the north-west corner of said Section 
6; thence easterly along the northerly bound¬ 
ary of said Section 6 to the easterly boundary 
of Block 7a, Cowiehan Lake Land District; 
thence northerly and westerly along said 
boundary to the westerly boundary of Helm¬ 
cken Land District; thence north to the south¬ 
west corner of Section 1, Range 1, Sahtlam 
Land District; thence northerly along the 
westerly boundary of said Range 1 to the 
middle line of Cowiehan River; thence east¬ 
erly along said middle line to the westerly 
boundary of Section 6, Range 6; thence north¬ 
erly along the westerly boundaries of Sections 
6, 7, 8, and 9 in Range 6 to the south-west 
corner of Section 10, Range 6; thence easterly 
and northerly along the southerly and easterly 
boundaries of said Section 10 to the north¬ 
west corner of Section 10, Range 7; thence 
easterly along the northerly boundary of said 
Section 10—all the sections and ranges herein 
above mentioned, beginning with Section 1, 
being in Sahtlam Land District—to the south¬ 
west corner of Section 1, Range 6, Seymour 
Land District; thence northerly along the 
westerly boundary of said Range 6 to the 
southerly boundary of Block 7, Seymour Land 
District; thence south-westerly along said 
boundary to the easterly boundary of Block 
252, Seymour Land District; thence northerly, 
westerly, and northerly along the boundaries 
of Block 252 to the easterly boundary of Block 
6, Chemainus Land District; thence northerly, 
easterly, and northerly along the easterly 
boundary of Block 6, the southerly and east¬ 
erly boundaries of Block 532, and the south¬ 
erly and easterly boundaries of Block 687 to 
that point on the easterly boundary of Block 
687 which lies due west of the north-west 
corner of Lot 17; thence east to said corner; 
thence easterly and southerly along the bound¬ 
aries of Lot 17 to that point on the easterly 
boundary of Lot 17 which lies due west of the 
south-west corner of Section 10, Range 1; 
thence east to said corner; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundary of Section 10 in 
Ranges 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 to the south¬ 
east corner of Section 10, Range 8, being a 
point on the shore of Stuart Channel—all the 
blocks, lots, and sections herein above men¬ 
tioned, beginning with Block 6, being in Che¬ 
mainus Land District; thence southerly, east¬ 
erly, and southerly along said shore to the 
point thereon which lies due west of the most 
southerly point of Willy Island (Indian Re¬ 
serve No. 1) ; thence due east to the southerly- 
production of the middle line of Houstoun 
Channel; thence southerly along said produc¬ 
tion and the middle lines of Stuart Channel, 
Sansum Narrows, Satellite Channel, Saanich 
Inlet, Squally Reach, and Finlayson Arm to 
the point thereon which lies due east of the 
north-east corner of Lot 51, Malahat Land 
District; thence west to the point of com¬ 
mencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 

13 


cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 66 
(Lake Cowiehan), as follows:— 

School District No. 66 (Lake Cowichan). 

Commencing at the south-west corner of 
Helmcken Land District; thence north along 
the westerly boundary of said land district to 
the southerly boundary of Section 2; thence 
westerly along said boundary to the south-west 
corner of Section 2; thence northerly along 
the westerly boundaries of Sections 2, 5, and 6, 
all being in Helmcken Land District, to the 
north-west corner of said Section 6; thence 
easterly along the northerly boundai-y of said 
Section 6 to the easterly boundary of Block 7a, 
Cowichan Lake Land District; thence north¬ 
erly and westerly along said boundary to the 
westerly boundary of Helmcken Land District; 
thence north to the south-west corner of Sec¬ 
tion 1, Range 1, Sahtlam Land District; thence 
northerly along the westerly boundary of said 
Range 1 to the middle line of Cowichan River; 
thence easterly along said middle line to the 
westerly boundary of Section 6, Range 6; 
thence northerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Sections 6, 7, 8, and 9 in Range 6 to the 
south-west corner of Section 10, Range 6; 
thence easterly and northerly along the south¬ 
erly and easterly boundaries of said Section 10 
to the north-west corner of Section 10, Range 
7; thence easterly along the northerly bound¬ 
ary of said Section 10—all the sections and 
ranges herein above mentioned, beginning with 
Section 1, being in Sahtlam Land District—to 
the south-west corner of Section 1, Range 6, 
Seymour Land District; thence northerly along 
the westerly boundary of said Range 6 to the 
southerly boundary of Block 7, Seymour Land 
District; thence south-westerly along said 
boundary to the easterly boundary of Block 
252, Seymour Land District; thence northerly, 
westerly, and northerly along the boundaries 
of Block 252 to the easterly boundary of Block 
6, Chemainus Land District; thence northerly, 
easterly, and northerly along the easterly 
boundary of Block 6, the southerly and easterly 
boundaries of Block 532, and the southerly and 
easterly boundaries of Block 687 to the north¬ 
east corner of Block 687; thence westerly 
along the northerly boundary of said Block 687 
to the north-west corner thereof—all the blocks 
herein above mentioned, beginning with Block 
6, being in Chemainus Land District—and con¬ 
tinuing westerly along the northerly bounda¬ 
ries of Blocks 543 (Cowichan Lake Land 
District), 686 (Chemainus Land Distinct), 543, 
685, 619, and 434 to the south-west corner of 
Block 670—all the blocks herein above men¬ 
tioned, beginning with Block 543, except where 
specified to the contrary, being in Cowichan 
Lake Land District; thence northerly along 
the westerly boundary of said Block 670 to the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of Che¬ 
mainus River; thence westerly along said 
boundary and that of the streams flowing 
southerly into Cowichan Lake to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Nitinat River; 
thence northerly, westerly, and southerly along 
the boundaries of the watershed of Nitinat 
River to the westerly boundary of the Esqui- 
malt and Nanaimo Railway Company’s land 
grant; thence south-easterly along said bound¬ 
ary to the south-west corner of Cowichan Lake 
Land District; thence east along said boundary 
to the westerly boundary of Block 9, Malahat 
Land District; thence northerly, easterly, and 
southerly along the boundaries of said Block 9 
to the southerly boundary of Cowichan Lake 
Land District; thence east to the point of 
commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 






1146 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 67 
(Ladysmith), as follows:— 

School District No. 67 (Ladysmith). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of Sec¬ 
tion 1, Range 7, Cedar Land District; thence 
westei’ly along the southerly boundaries of 
Section 1 in Ranges 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 to 
the south-west corner of Section 1, Range 1, 
Cedar Land District; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundaries of Section 7g and Lots 
8 and 9 to the northerly boundary of Lot 54, 
all in Oyster Land District; thence westerly 
along the northerly boundary of said Lot 54 
and the northerly boundaries of Section 4 and 
Lot 5, Bright Land District, to the north-east 
corner of Lot 19; thence southerly, westerly, 
and northerly along the boundaries of Lot 19 
to the southerly boundary of Lot 6; thence 
westerly along the northerly boundaries of 
Blocks 5, 343, and 395—all the above-mentioned 
sections, lots, and blocks, beginning with Sec¬ 
tion 4, being in Bright Land District; thence 
continuing westerly along the northerly bound¬ 
ary of that part of Block 395 in Douglas Land 
District and that of Block 631, Douglas Land 
District, to the north-west corner of said Block 
631; thence due west to the easterly boundary 
of Dunsmuir Land District; thence south and 
west along the easterly and southerly bound¬ 
aries of said district to the easterly boundary 
of Block 78, Dunsmuir Land District; thence 
southerly, westerly, and northerly along the 
boundaries of Block 78 to the southerly bound¬ 
ary of Dunsmuir Land District; thence west 
along said boundary to the boundary of Block 
88; thence westerly along the southerly bound¬ 
aries of said block to the most westerly point 
of intersection thereof with the southerly 
boundary of said Dunsmuir Land District; 
thence west along said boundary to and west¬ 
erly along the southerly boundaries of Lots 
78 and 79 of said Dunsmuir Land District to 
the southerly boundary of Dunsmuir Land Dis¬ 
trict; thence west along said boundary to the 
northerly boundary of the watershed of the 
streams flowing southerly into Cowichan Lake; 
thence easterly along said boundary to and 
along the northerly boundary of the watershed 
of Chemainus River to the westerly boundary 
of Block 670, Cowichan Lake Land District; 
thence southerly along said boundary to the 
northerly boundary of Block 434; thence east¬ 
erly along the northerly boundaries of Blocks 
434, 619, 685, 543, 686 (Chemainus Land Dis¬ 
trict). and 543—all the blocks herein above 
mentioned, beginning with Block 670, except¬ 
ing Block 686, being in Cowichan Lake Land 
District—to the north-west corner of Block 
687, Chemainus Land District; thence easterly 
and southerly along the boundaries of Block 
687 to that point on the easterly boundary 
thereof which lies due west of the north-west 
corner of Lot 17; thence east to said corner; 
thence easterly and southerly along the bound¬ 
aries of Lot 17 to that point on the easterly 
boundary of Lot 17 which lies due west of the 
south-west corner of Section 10, Range 1; 
thence east to said corner; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundaries of Section 10 
in Ranges 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 to the 
south-east corner of Section 10, Range 8, being 
a point on the shore of Stuart Channel -ail 
the blocks, lots, and sections herein above men¬ 
tioned, beginning with Block 687, being in 
Chemainus Land District; thence southerly, 
easterly, and southerly along said shore to the 
point thereon which lies due west of the most 
southerly point of Willy Island (Indian Re¬ 


serve No. 1) ; thence due east to the southerly 
production of the middle line of Houstoun 
Passage; thence northerly to and along said 
middle line to and along the middle line of the 
main channel separating Kuper and Thetis 
Islands from Secretary, Norway, and Reid 
Islands and passing to and around the north¬ 
erly extremity of Reid Island to and along the 
middle line of Porlier Pass to the easterly 
entrance thereto; thence easterly by a straight 
line to the most northerly point of contact of 
the middle line of Strait of Georgia with the 
southerly boundary of the Province; thence 
northerly along said middle line to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the middle line 
of Gabriola Passage at the entrance thereto; 
thence west to and westerly along said middle 
line produced to the middle line of Pylades 
Channel; thence southerly along the middle 
lines of Pylades Channel, Ruxton Passage, 
and Stuart Channel to the point thereon which 
lies due east of the south-east corner of Sec¬ 
tion 1, Range 7, Cedar Land District; thence 
west to the point of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (6) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 68 
(Nanaimo), as follows:— 

School District No. 68 (Nanaimo). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of 
Section 1, Range 7, Cedar Land District; 
thence westerly along the southerly boundaries 
of Section 1 in Ranges 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 
to the south-west corner of Section 1, Range 1, 
Cedar Land District; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundaries of Section 7g and Lots 
8 and 9 to the northerly boundary of Lot 54, 
all in Oyster Land District; thence westerly 
along the northerly boundary of said Lot 54 
and the northerly boundaries of Section 4 and 
Lot 5, Bright Land District, to the north-east 
corner of Lot 19; thence southerly, westerly, 
and northerly along the boundaries of Lot 19 
to the southerly boundary of Lot 6; thence 
westerly along the northerly boundaries of 
Blocks 5, 343, and 395—all the above-men¬ 
tioned sections, lots, and blocks, beginning with 
Section 4, being in Bright Land District; 
thence continuing westerly along the northerly 
boundary of that part of Block 395 in Douglas 
Land District and that of Block 631, Douglas 
Land District, to the north-west corner of said 
Block 631; thence due west to the easterly 
boundary of Dunsmuir Land District; thence 
south and west along the easterly and south¬ 
erly boundaries of said district to the easterly 
boundary of Block 78, Dunsmuir Land Dis¬ 
trict; thence southerly, westerly, and north¬ 
erly along the boundaries of Block 78 to the 
southerly boundary of Dunsmuir Land Dis¬ 
trict; thence west along said boundary to the 
boundary of Block 88; thence westerly along 
the southerly boundaries of said block to the 
most westerly point of intersection thereof 
with the southerly boundary of said Dunsmuir 
Land District; thence west along said bound¬ 
ary to and westerly along the southerly bound¬ 
aries of Lots 78 and 79, Dunsmuir Land Dis¬ 
trict, to the southerly boundary of Dunsmuir 
Land District; thence west along said bound¬ 
ary to the northerly boundary of the watershed 
of the streams flowing southerly into Cowichan 
Lake; thence north-westerly along said bound¬ 
ary to and along the easterly boundary of the 
watershed of Nitinat River and the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Cameron River 






April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1147 


to the point thereon which lies due west of the 
south-west corner of Block 35, Alberni Land 
District; thence east to said corner; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundary of Block 
35 to the south-east corner thereof; thence due 
east to the westerly boundary of the watershed 
of Englishman River; thence northerly and 
easterly along the westerly and northerly 
boundaries of the watershed of Englishman 
River to the point thereon which lies due south 
of the south-west corner of Block 548, Nanoose 
Land District; thence north to said corner; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundaries 
of Blocks 548, 468, and 469, the northerly 
boundaries of Blocks 155 and 650, both of 
Dunsmuir Land District, and the southerly 
boundary of Block 568 to the westerly bound¬ 
ary of Block 142, Dunsmuir Land District; 
thence along the westerly, northerly, and east¬ 
erly boundaries of said Block 142 to the south¬ 
east corner of Block 586; thence northerly 
along the easterly boundary of Block 586 to 
the south-west corner of Block 203; thence 
easterly and northerly along the boundaries of 
Block 203 to the south-east corner of Block 
577; thence westerly, northerly, and easterly 
along the boundaries of Block 577 and continu¬ 
ing easterly along the northerly boundary of 
Block 183 to the westerly boundary of Lot 161; 
thence northerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Lots 161 and 53 to the north-west corner of 
Lot 53—all the lots and blocks herein above 
mentioned, beginning with Block 548, unless 
specified to the contrary, being in Nanoose 
Land District; thence due north of the middle 
line of Nanoose Bay; thence due east to the 
middle line of Strait of Georgia; thence south¬ 
easterly along said middle line to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the middle line 
of Gabriola Passage at the entrance thereto; 
thence west to and westerly along said middle 
line produced to the middle line of Pylades 
Channel; thence southerly along the middle 
lines of Pylades Channel, Ruxton Passage, and 
. Stuart Channel to the point thereon which lies 
due east of the south-east corner of Section 1, 
Range 7, Cedar Land District; thence west to 
the point of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (6) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 69 
(Qualicum), as follows:— 

School District No. 69 (Qualicum). 

Commencing at the north-west corner of Lot 
53, Nanoose Land District; thence due north 
to the middle line of Nanoose Bay; thence due 
east to the middle line of Strait of Georgia; 
thence north-westerly along said middle line to 
the point due east of the middle line of Baynes 
Sound at the entrance thereto; thence west to 
and westerly along said middle line to the point 
thereon which lies due north of the north-west 
corner of Lot 14, Newcastle Land District; 
thence southerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Lots 14 and 72 to the south-west corner of 
Lot 72; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundary of Lot 72 to the north-east corner of 
Lot 87; thence southerly along the easterly 
boundaries of Lot 87 and Block 164 to the 
south-east corner of Block 164; thence west¬ 
erly and northerly along the southerly and 
westerly boundaries of Block 164 to the south¬ 
west corner of Block 420; thence northerly, 
westerly, and northerly along the boundaries 
of Blocks 420 and 164 to the north-east corner 


of Block 187; thence westerly along the north¬ 
erly boundaries of Blocks 187 and 448 to the 
most northerly north-west corner of Block 448 
—all the lots and blocks herein above men¬ 
tioned, beginning with Lot 14, being in New¬ 
castle Land District; thence due west to the 
north-easterly boundary of the watershed of 
the streams flowing into Stamp River; thence 
south-easterly along said boundary to the point 
thereon which lies due west of the more west¬ 
erly north-west corner of Block 186, Albei’ni 
Land District; thence east to said corner; 
thence southerly and easterly along the bound¬ 
aries of Block 186 to the westerly boundary of 
Block 188; thence southerly and easterly along 
the boundaries of Block 188 to the south-west 
corner of Block 89; thence easterly along the 
southerly boundaries of Block 89 to the north¬ 
erly boundary of Block 84; thence easterly and 
southerly along the northerly and easterly 
boundaries of Block 84 to the south-east corner 
thereof; thence due south to the northerly 
boundary of Block 82; thence easterly, south¬ 
erly, and westerly along the boundaries of 
Block 82 to the point of intersection of the 
southerly boundary thereof with the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Cameron River; 
thence southerly along said boundary to the 
point thereon which lies due west of the south¬ 
west corner of Block 35 ; thence easterly along 
the southerly boundary of Block 35 to the 
south-east corner thereof—all the blocks herein 
above mentioned, beginning with Block 186, 
being in Alberni Land District; thence due 
east to the westerly boundary of the watershed 
of Englishman River; thence northerly and 
easterly along the westerly and northerly 
boundaries of the watershed of Englishman 
River to the point thereon which lies due south 
of the south-west corner of Block 548, Nanoose 
Land District; thence north to said corner; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundaries 
of Blocks 548, 468, and 469, the northerly 
boundaries of Blocks 155 and 650, both of 
Dunsmuir Land District, and the southerly 
boundary of Block 568 to the westerly bound¬ 
ary of Block 142, Dunsmuir Land District; 
thence along the westerly, northerly, and east¬ 
erly boundaries of said Block 142 to the south¬ 
east corner of Block 586; thence northerly 
along the easterly boundary of Block 586 to 
the south-west corner of Block 203; thence 
easterly and northerly along the boundaries of 
Block 203 to the south-east corner of Block 
577; thence westerly, northerly, and easterly 
along the boundaries of Block 577 and continu¬ 
ing easterly along the northerly boundary of 
Block 183 to the westerly boundary of Lot 161; 
thence northerly along the westerly boundaries 
of Lots 161 and 53 to the point of commence¬ 
ment- all the lots and blocks herein above 
mentioned, unless specified to the contrary 
beginning with Block 548, being in Nanoose 
Land District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

l^OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 

the provisions of clause ( b) of section 12 
of the Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 70 
(Alberni), as follows:— 

School District No. 70 (Alberni). 

Commencing at the 92 V 2 -mile-post set on the 
surveyed westerly boundary of the Esquimalt 
and Nanaimo Railway Company’s land grant- 
thence north-westerly along said boundary to 
A! n T ?. rtherl y boundary of the watershed of 
Ash River; thence easterly along said bound- 







1148 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


ary to the point thereon which lies due south 
of the south-west corner of Block 321, Nelson 
Land District; thence north to said corner; 
thence northerly along the westerly bound¬ 
aries of said Block 321, the easterly boundaries 
of Block 91, Newcastle Land District, and 
Block 318, Nelson Land District, to that point 
on the easterly boundary of Block 318 which 
lies due west of the southerly corner of Block 
425, Nelson Land District; thence east to said 
corner; thence northerly and easterly along 
the boundaries of Block 74, Newcastle Land 
District, to the north-east corner thereof; 
thence due east to the easterly boundary of 
the watershed of Toma Creek; thence south¬ 
easterly along said boundary and that of 
Stamp River to the point thereon which lies 
due west of the more westerly north-west 
corner of Block 186, Alberni Land District; 
thence east to said corner; thence southerly 
and easterly along the boundaries of Block 186 
to the westerly boundary of Block 188; thence 
southerly and" easterly along the boundaries 
of Block 188 to the south-west corner of Block 
89; thence easterly along the southerly bound¬ 
aries of Block 89 to the northerly boundary of 
Block 84; thence easterly and southerly along 
the northerly and easterly boundaries of Block 
84 to the south-east corner thereof; thence 
due south to the northerly boundary of Block 
82; thence easterly, southerly, and westerly 
along the boundaries of Block 82 to the point 
of intersection of the southerly boundary there¬ 
of with the westerly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Cameron River—all the blocks herein 
above mentioned, beginning with Block 186, 
being in Alberni Land District; thence south¬ 
erly along said boundary to and along that of 
Nitinat River to the easterly boundary of the 
watershed of Coleman Creek; thence south¬ 
erly and westerly along the easterly and south¬ 
erly boundaries of the watershed of Coleman 
Creek to the point thereon which lies due 
south of the south-east corner of Lot 498, 
Barclay Land District; thence north to said 
corner; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundary of Lot 498 produced to the middle 
line of Alberni Inlet; thence northerly along 
said middle line to the point thereon which 
lies due east of the south-east corner of Lot 77, 
Clayoquot Land District; thence west to said 
corner; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundary of Lot 77 produced to the southerly 
boundary of the watershed of Nahmint River; 
thence north-westerly along said boundary and 
continuing along the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of the streams flowing into Sproat 
and Great Central Lakes to the point thereon 
which lies due west of the 92% -mile-post 
aforesaid; thence east to the point of com¬ 
mencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 

Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (b) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 71 
(Courtenay), as follows:— 

School District No. 71 (Courtenay). 

Commencing at the north-west corner of Lot 
14, Newcastle Land District; thence southerly 
along the westerly boundaries of Lots 14 and 
72 to the south-west corner of Lot 72; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundary of Lot 
72 to the north-east corner of Lot 87; thence 
southerly along the easterly boundaries of Lot 
87 and Block 164 to the south-east corner of 


Block 164; thence westerly and northerly along 
the southerly and westerly boundaries of Block 
164 to the south-west corner of Block 420; 
thence northerly, westerly, and northerly along 
the boundaries of Blocks 420 and 164 to the 
north-east corner of Block 187; thence west¬ 
erly along the northerly boundaries of Blocks 
187 and 448 to the most northerly north-west 
corner of Block 448; thence due west to the 
north-easterly boundary of the watershed of 
the streams flowing into Stamp River; thence 
north-westerly along said boundary and con¬ 
tinuing along that of Toma Creek to the point 
thereon which lies due east of the north-east 
corner of Block 74, Newcastle Land District; 
thence west to said corner; thence westerly 
and southerly along the boundaries of Block 
74 to the southerly corner of Block 425, Nelson 
Land District; thence due west to the easterly 
boundary of Block 318, Nelson Land District; 
thence southerly along said boundary, the east¬ 
erly boundary of Block 91, Newcastle Land 
District, and the westerly boundary of Block 
321, Nelson Land District, to the south-west 
corner of said Block 321; thence due south to 
the northerly boundary of the watershed of 
Ash River; thence westerly along said bound¬ 
ary to the westerly boundary of the Esquimalt 
and Nanaimo Railway Company’s land grant; 
thence north-westerly along said boundary to 
the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Oyster River; thence northerly along said 
boundary to the southerly boundary of Block 
147, Comox Land District; thence easterly and 
northerly along the southerly and easterly 
boundaries of said Block 147 to the north-west 
corner of Block 95; thence easterly along the 
northerly boundary of Block 95 to the westerly 
boundary of Block 28; thence northerly and 
easterly along the westerly and northerly 
boundaries of Block 28 to the southerly bound¬ 
ary of Section 2, Township 2; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundary of Township 2 
and the northerly boundary of Township 4 to 
the north-west corner of Section 32, Township 
4; thence southerly along the westerly bound¬ 
ary of Section 32 to the south-west corner 
thereof; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundaries of Sections 32, 33, 34, and 35, 
Township 4, to the south-east corner of Section 
35—all the blocks, townships, and sections 
herein above mentioned, beginning with Block 
147, being in Comox Land District; thence due 
east to the middle line of Strait of Georgia; 
thence southerly along said middle line to the 
point due east of the middle line of Baynes 
Sound at the entrance thereto; thence west to 
and westerly along said middle line to the 
point due north of the north-east corner of 
Lot 14, Newcastle Land District; thence south 
to the point of commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 72 
(Campbell River), as follows:— 

School District No. 72 (Campbell River). 

Commencing at the south-east corner of Sec¬ 
tion 35, Township 4, Comox Land District, 
being a point on the westerly shore of Strait of 
Georgia; thence due east to the middle line of 
Strait of Georgia; thence north-westerly along 
said middle line to the westerly prolongation of 
the middle line of Baker Passage; thence east- 








April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1149 


erly to and along said middle line produced to 
the southerly prolongation of the middle line of 
Lewis Channel; thence northerly along the 
prolongation of said middle line (passing to the 
east of Powell Islands and to the west of King- 
horn Island) to the westerly prolongation of 
the middle line of Desolation Sound; thence 
north-easterly to and along the middle lines of 
Desolation Sound, Homfray Channel, and Toba 
Inlet to the point thereon which lies due north 
of the north-east corner of Lot 976, Range 1, 
Coast Land District; thence due north to the 
easterly boundary of the watershed of Brem 
River; thence northerly along said boundai-y 
and continuing northerly and westerly along 
the boundaries of the watershed of Oxford 
River to the most westerly point thereon which 
lies due east of Boyd Point on the westerly 
shore of Bute Inlet; thence west to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Phillips River; 
thence northerly and westerly along the bound¬ 
aries of the watershed of Phillips River and 
continuing westerly along the northerly bound¬ 
aries of the watershed of Apple and Stafford 
Rivers to the westerly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Stafford River; thence southerly along- 
said boundary and continuing southerly and 
westerly along the easterly boundary of the 
watershed of streams flowing into Knight Inlet 
to the most westerly point thereon which lies 
due east of the north-east corner of Lot 63, 
Range 1, Coast Land District; thence west 
to said corner; thence westerly by a straight 
line to the head of Call Creek; thence south¬ 
westerly along the middle lines of Call Creek, 
Havannah Channel, and Port Harvey produced 
to the middle line of Johnstone Strait; thence 
southerly along said middle line to the point 
thereon which lies due north of the north-east 
corner of Lot 222, Rupert Land District; 
thence south to said corner; thence southerly 
along the easterly boundary of said Lot 222 to 
and along the easterly boundary of the water¬ 
shed of Adam River and the westerly boundary 
of the watershed of Salmon River to the north¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of Gold River; 
thence easterly along said boundary to the 
point thereon which lies nearest to the point of 
intersection of the 126th meridian of west 
longitude with the 50th parallel of north lati¬ 
tude, as defined by survey upon the ground; 
thence by a straight line to said point of inter¬ 
section; thence easterly along said parallel to 
the westerly boundary of the Esquimalt and 
Nanaimo Railway Company’s land grant; 
thence southerly, westerly, and south-easterly 
along said boundary to the westerly boundary 
of the watershed of Oyster River; thence 
northerly along said boundary to the southerly 
boundary of Block 147, Comox Land District; 
thence easterly and northerly along the south¬ 
erly and easterly boundaries of said Block 147 
to the north-west corner of Block 95; thence 
easterly along the northerly boundary of Block 
95 to the westerly boundary of Block 28; 
thence northerly and easterly along the west¬ 
erly and northerly boundaries of Block 28 to 
the southerly boundary of Section 2, Township 
2; thence easterly along the southerly bound¬ 
ary of Township 2 and the northerly boundary 
of Township 4 to the north-west corner of 
Section 32, Township 4; thence southerly along 
the westerly boundary of said Section 32 to 
the south-west corner thereof; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundaries of Sections 32, 
33, 34, and 35, Township 4, to the point of 
commencement—all the blocks, townships, and 
sections herein above mentioned, unless speci¬ 
fied to the contrary, being in Comox Land 
District. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause ( b ) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 73 
(Alert Bay), as follows:— 

School District No. 73 (Alert Bay). 

Commencing at the north-west corner of 
Township 2, Rupert Land District; thence due 
north to the middle line of Queen Charlotte 
Strait; thence south-easterly along said mid¬ 
dle line to the south-westerly prolongation of 
the middle line of Wells Passage; thence north¬ 
erly and easterly to and along said middle line 
and the middle lines of Patrick Passage, Sut¬ 
lej Channel, Sharp Passage, and Kingcome 
Inlet to the southerly prolongation of the mid¬ 
dle line of Wakeman Sound; thence northerly 
along the prolongation of said middle line to 
the point thereon which lies due east of Upton 
Point at the entrance to Wakeman Sound; 
thence west to the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of the streams flowing easterly into 
Wakeman Sound; thence northerly, easterly, 
and southerly along the boundary of the water¬ 
shed of the streams and rivers flowing into 
Wakeman Sound, Kingcome Inlet, Bond Sound, 
and Thompson Sound to that point on the 
easterly boundary of the watershed of Kak- 
weiken River which lies due west of Escape 
Point; thence east to said point; thence east¬ 
erly by a straight line across Knight Inlet to 
Tsukola Point; thence due east to the westerly 
boundary of the watershed of Staffoi’d River; 
thence southerly along said boundary and con¬ 
tinuing southerly and westerly along the east¬ 
erly boundary of the watershed of streams 
flowing into Knight Inlet to the most westerly 
point thereon which lies due east of the north¬ 
east corner of Lot 63, Range 1, Coast Land 
District; thence west to said corner; thence 
westerly by a straight line to the head of Call 
Creek; thence south-westerly along the mid¬ 
dle lines of Call Creek, Havannah Channel, 
and Port Harvey produced to the middle line 
of Johnstone Strait; thence south-easterly 
along said middle line to the point thereon 
which lies due north of the north-east corner 
of Lot 222, Rupert Land District; thence south 
to said corner; thence southerly along the 
easterly boundary of said Lot 222 to and along 
the easterly boundary of the watershed of 
Adam River and the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of Salmon River to the easterly 
boundary of the watershed of Nimpkish River; 
thence southerly and westerly along the bound¬ 
aries of the watershed of Nimpkish River to 
the most westerly point on the southerly bound¬ 
ary thereof which lies due east of the south¬ 
east corner of Lot 1259; thence west to said 
corner; thence westerly and northerly along 
the boundaries of Lot 1259 to the shore of 
Atluclc Lake; thence continuing northerly 
along said shore and the westerly boundary of 
Lot 1260, both these lots being in Rupert Land 
District, to the north-west corner of Lot 1260; 
thence due north to the westerly boundary of 
the watershed of Nimpkish River; thence 
northerly along said boundary and that of the 
watershed of Cluxewe River to the southerly 
boundary of Township 2, Rupert Land District; 
thence westerly and northerly along the bound¬ 
aries of said Township 2 to the point of com¬ 
mencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 





1150 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


Department of Education, 

Victoria, B.C., April 12th, 1946. 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
the provisions of clause (6) of section 12 
of the “ Public Schools Act,” as re-enacted by 
section 8 of the “ Public Schools Act Amend¬ 
ment Act, 1946,” the Honourable the Coun¬ 
cil of Public Instruction has been pleased to 
define the boundaries of School District No. 74 
(Quatsino), as follows:— 

School District No. 74 (Quatsino). 

Commencing at that point on the westerly 
boundary of the Province which lies due west 
of Cape Cook; thence east to Cape Cook; 
thence north-easterly along the southerly 
boundary of the watershed of the streams 
flowing into Brooks Bay and Kiaskish Inlet to 
the southerly boundary of the watershed of 
Kiaskish River; thence easterly along said 
boundary and that of the watershed of the 
streams flowing northerly into Neroutsos Inlet 
and into Victoria, Elk, and Maynard Lakes to 
the westerly boundary of the watershed of 
Nimpkish River; thence northerly along said 
boundary and the westerly boundary of the 
watershed of Cluxewe River to the southerly 
boundary of Township 2, Rupert Land Dis¬ 
trict; thence westerly and northerly along the 
boundaries of Township 2 to the north-west 
corner thereof; thence due north to the middle 
line of Queen Charlotte Strait; thence north¬ 
westerly along said middle line and that of 
Gordon (New) Channel produced to the 51st 
parallel of north latitude; thence west to the 
westerly boundary of the Province; thence 
southerly along said boundary to the point of 
commencement. 

F. T. FAIREY, 

Deputy Minister and Superintendent 
2086-apl8 of Education. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that The Veterans 
Sightseeing and Transportation Company, 
Limited, changed its name on the 21st day of 
March, 1946, to the name “ Blue Line Transit, 
Ltd.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2123-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Standard Im¬ 
porting Company, Limited, whose regis¬ 
tered office is situate at 327 Main Street, Van¬ 
couver, B.C., and which carries on its business 
at Vancouver, B.C., intends to apply to the 
Registrar of Companies for approval of a 
change of its name to the name “ Johnsons 
J-B Coffee Co., Ltd.,” at the expiration of 
four weeks from the date of this notice. 

Dated this 28th day of March, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2123-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


NOTICE. 

In the Matter of the “ Companies Act ” (Stat¬ 
utes of B.C., 1936, Chapter 42, Section 
213 (2)), and The Melrose Co., Limited. 

OTICE is hereby given that by special 
resolution of the Company, passed on the 
25th day of March, 1946, The Melrose Co., 
Limited, resolved to wind up voluntarily, and 
Clarence Bailey Deaville, of 3070 Washington 
Avenue, Victoria, B.C., has been appointed 
liquidator for the purpose of such winding up. 

Dated at Victoi ia, B.C., this 25th day of 
March, 1946. 

C. B. DEAVILLE, 

2152-mh28 Liquidator. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Clinton Saw 
Mills, Limited, whose registered office is 
situate at 210 Pacific Building, 744 Hastings 
Street West, Vancouver, B.C., and which 
carries on its business at Clinton, B.C., intends 
to apply to the Registrar of Companies for 
approval of a change of its name to the name 
“ Lac la Hache Lumber, Ltd.,” at the expira¬ 
tion of four weeks from the date of this notice. 

Dated this 11th day of April, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2236- apll Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Campbell 
Finance Corporation, Limited, has ap¬ 
pointed Joseph W. McClure, 815 Hastings 
Street West, Vancouver, B.C., as its attorney 
for the purposes of the “ Companies Act,” in 
place of F. T. Jones, Vancouver, B.C. 

Dated this 9th day of April, 1946. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

7236-apll Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Berkley Com¬ 
pany, Limited, whose registered office is 
'ituate at 703 Rogers Building, 470 Granville 
Street, Vancouver, B.C., and which carries on 
its business at Vancouver, B.C., intends to 
apply to the Registrar of Companies for ap¬ 
proval of a change of its name to the name 
“ Hugh M. Dick, Limited,” at the expiration 
of four weeks from the date of this notice. 

Dated this 11th day of April, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2237- apll Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Westward 
Towing Co., Ltd., whose registered office 
is situate at Room 727, Rogers Building, 470 
G anville St"eet, Vancouver, B.C., and which 
carries on its business at Vancouver, B.C., in¬ 
tends to apply to the Registrar of Companies 
for approval of a change of its name to the 
name “ Westward Shipping, Ltd.,” at the ex¬ 
piration of four weeks from the date of this 
notice. 

Dated this 11th day of April, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2227-apll Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that there have this 
-*- day been registered, pursuant to the 
“ Companies Act,” an office copy of an order 
of the Honourable Mr. Justice Macfarlane, 
dated the 26th day of March, 1946, confirming 
wholly a special resolution of Home Improve¬ 
ment, Limited, for the alteration of the objects 
of the Company, and a copy of the memoran¬ 
dum of association of the Company as altered. 

The objects of the Company have been 
extended by the addition of the following 
clause:— 

“(e.) To engage in the occupation of real- 
estate agents and financial agents to the ex¬ 
tent to which such business may conveniently 
or advantageously be combined with the ex¬ 
isting business of the Company.” 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
eighth day of April, one thousand nine hun¬ 
dred and forty-six. 

[l.s.] W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2227-apl 1 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 






















April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1151 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


NOTICE. 

AKE NOTICE that, on the 23rd day of 
April, 1946, at the hour of 10 o’clock in 
the forenoon, an application will be made to 
the Supreme Court of British Columbia, at 
the Court-house, Vancouver, B.C., for an order 
that Bridge River Associated Mines, Limited 
(N.P.L.), be restored to the Register of Com¬ 
panies. 

Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 9th day of 
April, 1946. 

WILLIAM WARNER, 

2221-apll Solicitor for R. P. Shannon. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Royal 
Agencies, Limited, has appointed George 
0. Vale, 626 Pender Street West, Vancouver, 
B.C., as its attorney for the purposes of the 
“ Companies Act,” in place of A. M. J. Eng¬ 
lish, Vancouver, B.C. 

Dated this 27th day of March, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2162-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 




“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

Nile Creek Logging Co., Ltd. (in 
Liquidation) . 

N OTICE is hereby given, pursuant to sec¬ 
tion 222 of the “ Companies Act,” that 
a general meeting of Nile Creek Logging Co., 
Ltd. (in liquidation), will be held on Tuesday, 
the 14th day of May, 1946, at the hour of 2.30 
o’clock in the afternoon, at Suite 311, Bank of 
Nova Scotia Building, 602 Hastings Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C., for the purpose of lay¬ 
ing before such meeting the account of the 
voluntary winding-up of the Company and 
giving any explanation thereof. 

Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 4th day of 
April, 1946. 

OSCAR HENRY HARDER, 
2206-apll Liquidator. 


NOTICE. 


Katherine Todd Hutchison, Deceased. 

N OTICE is hereby given that all persons 
having claims against the estate of Kath¬ 
erine Todd Hutchison, of Penticton, B.C., who 
died on the 11th day of August, 1945, are re¬ 
quired, on or before the 15th day of May, 1946, 
to deliver or send by prepaid letter full parti¬ 
culars of their claim, duly verified, to The 
Royal Trust Company, the executor of the will 
of the said deceased, at its office at 626 Pen¬ 
der Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

And take notice that after the last-men¬ 
tioned date the said executor will proceed to 
distribute the assets of the said deceased 
among the persons entitled thereto, having 
regard only to the claims of which it shall 
then have had notice. 

Dated the 4th day of April, 1946. 


THE ROYAL TRUST COMPANY, 

Managing Executor. 


Boyle & Aikins, 

Its Solicitors. 


Shatford Block, 

Main Street, Penticton, B.C. 2203-apll 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 


Bristol Mines, Ltd. (in Liquidation). 

N OTICE is hereby given, pursuant to sec¬ 
tion 222 of the “ Companies Act,” that a 
general meeting of the members of the above 
Company will be held at Room 904, Hall Build¬ 
ing, 789 Pender Street West, Vancouver, B.C., 
on Tuesday, the 7th day of May, 1946, at 10 
o’clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of re¬ 
ceiving the liquidator’s final account of the 
winding-up and of hearing any explanation 
that may be given thereof, and for the pur¬ 
pose of determining by ordinary resolution the 
manner in which the books, accounts, and 
documents of the Company shall be disposed of. 
Dated this 8th day of April, 1946. 


N OTICE is hereby given that Armstrong 
Agencies, Limited, whose registered office 
is situate at Room 504, Shelly Building, 119 
Pender Street West, Vancouver, B.C., and 
which carries on its business at Vancouver, 
B.C. intends to apply to the Registrar of Com- 
Danies for approval of a change of its name to 
the name “ Richardson Sales, Limited,” at the 
expiration of four weeks from the date of this 
notice. 

Dated this 28th day of March, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2156-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


NOTICE. 


Andrew McCulloch, Deceased. 

TVTOTICE is hereby given that all persons 
4^ having claims against the estate of An¬ 
drew McCulloch, of Penticton, B.C., who died 
on the 13th day of December, 1945, are re¬ 
quired, on or before the 15th day of May, 
1946, to deliver or send by prepaid letter full 
particulars of their claims, duly verified, to 
The Royal Trust Company, the executor of the 
will of the said deceased, at its office at 626 
Pender Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

And take notice that after the last-men¬ 
tioned date the said executor will proceed to 
distribute the assets of the said deceased 
among the persons entitled thereto, having 
regard only to the claims of which it shail 
then have had notice. 

Dated the 4th day of April, 1946. 


THE ROYAL TRUST COMPANY, 

Managing Executor. 


Boyle & Aikins, 

Its Solicitors. 


Shatford Block, 

Main St, eet, Penticton, B.C. 2204-apll 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

l^OTICE is hereby given that Fibrocite Tile 
4 ^ Company, Limited, whose registered office 
is situate at 1234 Granville Street, Vancouver, 
B.C., and which carries on its business at Van¬ 
couver, B.C., intends to apply to the Registrar 
of Companies for approval of a change of its 
name to the name “ The Fibrocite Company, 
Ltd.,” at the expiration of four weeks from the 
date of this notice. 

Dated this 11th day of April, 1946. 


S. W. TAYLOR, 

2215-apll Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

1^'OTICE is hereby given that W. C. Pit- 
4> field & Company, Limited, has appointed 
L. Reed Naylor, of 1207 Royal Bank Building, 
Vancouver, B.C., as its attorney for the pur¬ 
poses of the “ Companies Act,” in place of 
General J. A. Clark. 

Dated this 3rd day of April, 1946. 


2214-apll 


M. M. McFARLANE, 

Liquidator. 


2199-apll 


S. W. TAYLOR, 
Registrar of Companies. 

















1152 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that there have this 
-L day been registered, pursuant to the 
“ Companies Act,” an office copy of an order 
of the Honourable Mr. Justice Manson, dated 
the 22nd day of March, 1946, confirming wholly 
a special resolution of the International Air¬ 
ways System, Limited, for the alteration of 
the objects of the Company, and a copy of the 
memorandum of association of the Company 
as altered. 

The objects of the Company have been ex¬ 
tended by the addition of the following 
clauses:— 

“(o.) To purchase the following lands and 
premises, known as the “ Alouette Farm,” 
from Edward Lowe, of the Town of Haney, 
in the Province of British Columbia, which 
said lands are described as follows: All and 
singular those certain parcels or tracts of land 
lying and being in the Municipality of Pitt 
Meadows, in the Province of British Columbia, 
more particularly known and described as the 
South-east Quarter of Section 1, Township 
40; and the South-west Quarter of Section 6, 
Township 42; and the North-west Quarter of 
Section 6, Township 42, New Westminster Dis¬ 
trict; and all and singular that certain parcel 
or tract of land lying and being in the Munici¬ 
pality of Maple Ridge, in the Province of 
British Columbia, more particulai'ly known 
and described as Lot A of part of west 9 chains 
of the South-east Quarter of Section 6, Town¬ 
ship 42, Map 7525, New Westminster District; 
and to engage in all branches of agriculture, 
including the growing, producing, manufactur¬ 
ing, and distribution of farm products, and 
the raising of live stock of all kinds: 

“ (p.) To operate and develop a shooting- 
lodge and game and fish sanctuaries to the 
extent as permitted by the laws of the Do¬ 
minion of Canada and the Province of British 
Columbia: 

“( q .) To buy, sell, and deal in shares, bonds, 
debentures, and securities of all kinds, and to 
invest moneys of the Company in such manner 
as the directors bv resolution will from time to 
time decide.” 

Given under my hand and seal of Office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
third day of April, one thousand nine hundred 
and forty-six. 

[l.s.] S. W. TAYLOR, 

2189-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Great Central 
Sawmills, Limited, whose registered office 
is situate at Suite 1508, Standard Bank Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C., and which carries on its 
business at Vancouver, B.C., intends to apply 
to the Registrar of Companies for approval of 
a change of its name to the name “ West Coast 
Navigation Company, Limited,” at the expira¬ 
tion of four weeks from the date of this notice. 

Dated this 28th day of March, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2156-mh28 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that C. C. Dan Co., 
Limited, whose registered office is situate 
at 227 Keefer Street, Vancouver, B.C., and 
which carries on its business at Vancouver, 
B.C., intends to apply to the Registrar of Com¬ 
panies for approval of a change of its name 
to the name “ C. & C. Co., Limited,” at the 
expiration of four weeks from the date of this 
notice. 

Dated this 11th day of April, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2198-ap 11 Registrar of Companies. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


NOTICE. 

Estate of William Niagara Simpson, late 
of the City of Vancouver, Sea Captain, 
Deceased. 

N OTICE is hereby given that all persons 
having claims against the estate of Wil¬ 
liam Niagara Simpson, late of Vancouver, 
B.C., sea captain, deceased, who died on the 
5th day of September, 1936, are required to 
send their claims, with full particulars of 
same, to the undersigned, solicitor for the 
executrix of the estate. 

And take notice that after the 30th day of 
April, 1946, the executrix will proceed to dis¬ 
tribute the estate, having regard only to the 
claims of which she then shall have had notice, 
and she will not be liable for the said estate 
to any person whose claim shall not have been 
received before the time of distribution. 
Dated this 15th day of March, 1946. 

J. D. McPHEE, 

Solicitor for Marie Simpson, Executrix. 
736 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

1993-mh21 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS. 

Estate of Carrie Adela Bartholomew. 

N OTICE is hereby given, pursuant to sec¬ 
tion 28 of the “ Trustee Act,” that all 
creditors and others having claims or demands 
against the estate of Carrie Adela Bartholo¬ 
mew, late of Vancouver, B.C., who died at 
Vancouver aforesaid on or about the 8th day 
of November, 1945, are required to send by 
prepaid post or deliver on or before the 1st 
day of May, 1946, to Harry B. Vivian and 
Howard A. Fremlin, 923 Birks Building, 718 
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C., the execu¬ 
tors of the last will of the said deceased, full 
particulars in writing of their claims, duly 
verified, and the nature of the securities, if 
any, held by them. 

And take notice that after the last-men¬ 
tioned date the said executors will proceed to 
distribute the assets of the said deceased 
among the parties entitled thereto, having 
regard only to the claims of which they shall 
then have notice, and will not be liable for 
the said assets to any person of whose claim 
notice shall not have been received by them at 
the time of such distribution. 

Dated the 18th day of March, 1946. 

H. A. FREMLIN, 

Solicitor for the above-named Executors. 
923 Birks Building, 718 Granville Street, 

Vancouver, B.C. 2104-mh21 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

Carnation Silver Lead Mines, Limited 
(N.P.L.) (in Voluntary Liquidation). 

N OTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
section 222 of the “ Companies Act,” a 
general meeting of the members of the above- 
named Company will be held at 590 Pender 
Street West, Vancouver, B.C., on Friday, the 
3rd day of May, 1946, at 12 o’clock noon, for 
the purpose of having an account laid before 
them showing the manner in which the wind¬ 
ing-up has been conducted and the property of 
the Company has been disposed of and of hear¬ 
ing any explanation that may be given by the 
liquidator, and also determining the manner 
in which the books, accounts, and documents 
of the Company and of the liquidator thereof 
shall be disposed of. 

Dated this 5t.h day of April, 1946. 

W. H. MOWAT, 

2208-apll Liquidator. 













April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1153 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

N OTICE is hereby given that Finance Corp. 

(Lovatt), Ltd., whose registered office is 
situate at Room 212, Jones Building, 723 Fort 
Street, Victoria, B.C., and which carries on 
its business at Victoria, B.C., intends to apply 
to the Registrar of Companies for approval of 
a change of its name to the name “ Finance 
Corporation (Lovatt), Ltd.,” at the expiration 
of four weeks from the date of this notice. 
Dated this 18th day of April, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2254-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

N OTICE is hereby given that National 
Motor Co., Limited, whose registei'ed 
office is situate at 831 Yates Street, Victoria, 
B.C., and which carries on its business at Vic¬ 
toria, B.C., intends to apply to the Registrar 
of Companies for approval of a change of its 
name to the name “ National Motors, Limited,” 
at the expiration of four weeks from the date 
of this notice. 

Dated this 18th day of April, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2254-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 


N OTICE is hereby given that Silver Tip 
Mining Development Company, Limited 


(Non-Personal Liability), changed its name on 
the 11th day of April, 1946, to the name “ Sil¬ 
ver Tip Gold Mines, Limited (Non-Personal 
Liability).” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2254-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

1VTOTICE is hereby given that International 
Airways System, Limited, changed its 
name on the 11th day of April, 1946, to the 
name “ Alouette Farms, Limited.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2254-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

l^OTICE is hereby given that Alouette 
Farms, Limited, changed its name on the 
11th day of April, 1946, to the name “ Mean¬ 
der, Limited.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2254-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

l^OTICE is hereby given that Waterhouse 
Company, Ltd., changed its name on the 
11th day of April, 1946, to the name “ Howe 
Sound Ferries, Ltd.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2254-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 


CANADIAN PACIFIC EXPRESS 
COMPANY. 

Sale of Unclaimed Express Shipments. 

N OTICE is hereby given that all goods re¬ 
ceived previous to the 1st day of April, 
1945, and still remaining unclaimed in the 
offices of the Canadian Pacific Express Com¬ 
pany at different points in the Provinces of 
British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and 
Manitoba will be sold by public auction to the 
highest bidder by Mr. W. H. McPherson, auc¬ 
tioneer, at 264 Smith Street, Winnipeg, Mani¬ 
toba, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon, on the 5th 
day of June, 1946, under authority of the 
“ Railway Act ” of Canada, unless same shall 
be called for before that date and all charges 
paid thereon. 

J. A. WALFORD, 

2159-apl8 Superintendent, Pacific Division. 


IN THE SUPREME COURT OF 
BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

In the Matter of the “ Companies Act ” and in 
the Matter of Winslow Consolidated, Lim¬ 
ited (N.P.L.). 

fTlAKE NOTICE that the petition of W. H. 

Patterson, dated April 12th, 1946, pray¬ 
ing for the restoration of the above Company 
to the Register of Companies, pursuant to the 
provisions of section 207 of the “ Companies 
Act,” has been filed in this Court at Vancouver, 
and has been set down for hearing for Mon¬ 
day, the 29th day of April, 1946, at 10 a.m. 

Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 15th day of 
April, 1946. 

C. S. ARNOLD, 
Solicitor for the Petitioner. 

Whose place of business and address for ser¬ 
vice is 706 Royal Trust Building, 626 Pender 
Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 2276-apl8 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

IV"OTICE is hereby given that Independent 
Hardware Company, Limited, changed its 
name on the 4th day of April, 1946, to the 
name “ Percy Harding and Sons, Limited.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2198-apll Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 


Stanley Theatre Company, Ltd. (in 
Voluntary Liquidation). 

TU'OTICE is hereby given that the Stanley 
Theatre Company, Ltd., has resolved to 
wind up voluntarily, and has appointed H. H. 
Simmonds, of 340 Burrard Street, Vancouver, 
B.C., as liquidator. 

Dated at Vancouver, B.C., April 11th, 1946. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

IV"OTICE is hereby given that R. H. Rowe 
and Company, Limited, changed its name 
on the 11th day of April, 1946, to the name 
“ Upper Island Finance, Ltd.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2255-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

IVTOTICE is hereby given that Coveney and 
’ Clarkson, Limited, changed its name on 
the 11th day of April, 1946, to the name 
“ Coveney, Evans & Finlayson, Ltd.” 


H. H. SIMMONDS, 

2266-apl8 Liquidator. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

"TV"OTICE is hereby given that Dominion Fur- 
' niture Chain Stores, Ltd., whose regis¬ 
tered office is situate at 1062 Granville Street, 
Vancouver, B.C., and which carries on its busi¬ 
ness at Vancouver, B.C., intends to apply to 
the Registrar of Companies for approval of 
a change of its name to the name “ Dominion 
Furniture Stores, Ltd.,” at the expiration of 
four weeks from the date of this notice. 

Dated this 11th day of April, 1946. 


2255-apl8 

14 


S. W. TAYLOR, 
Registrar of Companies. 


2198-apll 


S. W. TAYLOR, 
Registrar of Companies. 
























1154 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

N OTICE is hereby given that Cluett, Pea¬ 
body & Co., of Canada, Limited, has ap¬ 
pointed George Glen Francey, 577 Granville 
Street, Vancouver, B.C., as its attorney for the 
purposes of the “ Companies Act,” in place of 
Lome Nash, Vancouver, B.C. 

Dated this 9th day of April, 1946. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2236-apll Deputy Registrar of Companies. 


NOTICE. 

Jane Humbird Burr, Deceased. 

N OTICE is hereby given that all persons 
having claims against the estate of Jane 
Humbird Burr, of St. Paul, Minnesota, United 
States of America, who died on the 26th day 
of August, 1944, are required, on or before the 
10th day of July, 1946, to deliver or send by 
prepaid letter full particulars of their claims, 
duly verified, to The Royal Trust Company, 
the administrator with the will annexed of the 
estate of the said deceased in British Colum¬ 
bia, at its office at 626 Pender Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

And take notice that after the last-mentioned 
date the said administrator will proceed to 
distribute the assets of the said deceased among 
the persons entitled thereto, having regard only 
to the claims of which it shall then have had 
notice. 

Dated the 10th day of April, 1946. 

THE ROYAL TRUST COMPANY, 

Administrator. 

By Robertson, Douglas & Symes, 

Its Solicitors. 

Bank of Montreal Building, 

Vancouver, B.C. 2246-apl8 


NOTICE. 

Mayda Viola Smith, Deceased. 

"VrOTICE is hereby given that all persons 
4-^ having claims against the estate of 
Mayda Viola Smith, of 1245 Nelson Street, 
Vancouver, B.C., who died on the 18th day of 
April, 1945, are required, on or before the 
27th day of April, 1946, to deliver or send by 
prepaid letter full particulars of their claims, 
duly verified, to The Royal Trust Company, the 
administrator with the will annexed of the 
estate of the said deceased, at its office, 626 
Pender Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

And take notice that after the last-mentioned 
date the said administrator will proceed to 
distribute the assets of the said deceased 
among the persons entitled thereto, having 
regard only to the claims of which it shall 
then have had notice. 

Dated March 25th, 1946. 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS. 


In the Matter of the Estate of Arthur 
Buckle, late of Victoria, British Co¬ 
lumbia, Deceased. 

N OTICE is hereby given that all persons 
having claims against the estate of the 
late Arthur Buckle, of the City of Victoria, 
and latterly Wing Commander, Royal Canadian 
Air Force, who died as a result of a flying 
accident on the 23rd day of November, 1944, 
are required, on or before the 30th day of 
April, 1946, to send by post prepaid or to de¬ 
liver to The Canada Trust Company, 616 View 
Street, Victoria, B.C., one of the executors of 
the will of the said deceased, their names and 
addresses and full particulars of their claims, 
duly verified, and the nature of the securities 
(if any) held by them. 

And notice is further given that after the 
last-mentioned date the executors will proceed 
to distribute the assets of the said deceased 
among the parties entitled thereto, having 
regard only to the claims of which they shall 
then have had notice. 

Dated this 12th day of April, 1946. 

THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY, 

Executor. 

616 View Street, Victoria, B.C. 2263-apl8 

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH 
COLUMBIA. 


In the Matter of the “ Quieting Titles 
Act.” 

OURSUANT to the order of His Honour 
4- Judge L. A. Hanna, local Judge, made 
herein the 6th day of November, 1945, notice 
is hereby given that any person having or 
pretending to have any title to or interest in 
Lot 8, of Lot 95, Alberni District, Plan 1021, 
is hereby required to file a statement of his 
or her claims, properly verified, with the Dis¬ 
trict Registrar of the Supreme Court of Brit¬ 
ish Columbia, at Alberni, B.C., pursuant to the 
“ Quieting Titles Act,” on or before 1 o’clock 
in the afternoon of Thursday, April 18th, 1946; 
and in default of any such claims being made 
and filed aforesaid the petitioner, Gladys Vic¬ 
toria Greenard, administratrix of the estate 
of Ralph Frank Greenard, deceased, will pro¬ 
ceed to obtain an order for declaration of title 
pursuant to the said Act. 

Dated this 19th day of March, 1946. 

A. G. McCULLOCH, 

2116-mh28 Solicitor for Petitioner. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

N OTICE is hereby given that Union Pole 
Company, Limited, changed its name on 
the 28th day of March, 1946, to the name 
“ Peerless Sales and Service, Limited.” 


THE ROYAL TRUST COMPANY. 

By Edgar N. Brown, its Solicitor. 
Vancouver, B.C. 2153-mh28 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Best Brothers 
Sawmill, Ltd., whose registered office is 
situate at Room 112, 815 Hastings Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C., and which carries on its busi¬ 
ness at Vancouver, B.C., intends to apply to 
the Registrar of Companies for approval of a 
change of its name to the name “ Nelson Con¬ 
struction Co., Ltd.,” at the expiration of four 
weeks from the date of this notice. 

Datcfl this 4th day of April, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2173-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


S. W. TAYLOR, 

2162-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Huddlestone 
& Thibedeau, Limited, whose registered 
office is situate at the corner of Horne Street 
and Broadway Avenue, Mission City, B.C., and 
which carries on its business at Mission City, 
B.C., intends to apply to the Registrar of Com¬ 
panies for approval of a change of its name 
to the name “ Thibedeau, Limited,” at the ex¬ 
piration of four weeks from the date of this 
notice. 

Dated this 4th day of April, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2186-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 














April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1155 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Rae’s Leather 
Goods, Limited, whose registered office is 
situate at 530-33 Rogers Building, 470 Gran¬ 
ville Street, Vancouver, B.C., and which carries 
on its business at Vancouver, B.C., intends to 
apply to the Registrar of Companies for ap¬ 
proval of a change of its name to the name 
“ Rae’s, Ltd.,” at the expiration of four weeks 
from the date of this notice. 

Dated this 4th day of April, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2173-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that there have this 
-*- day been registered, pursuant to the 
“ Companies Act,” an office copy of an order 
of the Honourable Mr. Justice Wilson, dated 
the 15th day of February, 1946, confirming 
wholly a special resolution of Charlie Brown, 
Limited, for the alteration of the objects of 
the Company, and a copy of the memorandum 
of association of the Company as altered. 

The objects of the Company have been ex¬ 
tended by the addition of the following words: 
“ To act as agents for the selling of all kinds 
of insurance except life insurance.” 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
twenty-ninth day of March, one thousand nine 
hundred and forty-six. 

[l.s.] S. W. TAYLOR, 

2174-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

Vancouver Financial Corporation, Limited 
(in Voluntary Liquidation). 

AKE NOTICE that a general meeting of 
Vancouver Financial Corporation, Limited 
(in Voluntary Liquidation), will be held at 
620 Pacific Building, 744 Hastings Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C., on Tuesday, the 14th 
day of May, 1946, at 11 a.m., for the purpose 
of laying before the meeting the liquidator’s 
account of the winding-up, and giving any 
explanation thereof. 

Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 15th day of 
April, 1946. 

G. L. EDWARDS, 

2277-apl8 Joint Liquidator. 


“INSURANCE ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that the Provi¬ 
dence Washington Insurance Company has 
appointed Robert Kerr, of Vancouver, B.C., as 
its attorney for the purposes of the “ Insurance 
Act,” in place of T. K. Laidlaw, of Vancouver, 
B.C., and has changed the location of its head 
office in British Columbia to 435 Howe Street, 
in Vancouver. 

Dated this 10th day of April, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2249-apl8 Superintendent of Insurance. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that 7-Up (British 
Columbia), Limited, whose registered office 
is situate 520 Stock Exchange Building, 475 
Howe Street, Vancouver, B.C., and which car¬ 
ries on its business at Vancouver, B.C., intends 
to apply to the Registrar of Companies for 
approval of a change of its name to the name 
“Seven-Up (British Columbia), Limited,” at 
the expiration of four weeks from the date of 
this notice. 

Dated this 18th day of April, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2279-apl8 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

N OTICE is hereby given, pursuant to sub¬ 
section (2) of section 205 of the “ Com¬ 
panies Act,” that, unless cause is shown to 
the contrary, each of the under-mentioned 
companies will, at the expiration of two months 
from the date of this notice, be struck off the 
Register, and will be dissolved. 

Dated this 1st day of March, 1946. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 
Registrar of Companies. 


Companies incorporated under “ Companies 
Act.” 

Cel t. No. 

15650 Ace Theatre Circuit (Princeton), Ltd. 

15113 Acme Gun Club, Limited. 

15166 Air Travel and Transport, Limited. 

15565 Alberta Southern Oils, Limited (Non- 
Personal Liability). 

16989 Allied Investments, Limited. 

16132 Ambassador Hotel Company, Limited. 

16339 A. McDonald & Sons, Limited. 

15747 Armour Salvage & Towing Company, 
Limited. 

16061 Associated Developments, Limited. 

8131 Auto Fount, Limited. 

7356 Barite Gold Mines, Limited (Non-Per¬ 
sonal Liability). 

17825 Bauche, Bisson & Evans, Limited. 

15885 B.C. Boom Company, Limited. 

15294 B.C. Coal Products, Limited. 

2928 B.C. Pharmacal Company, Limited. 

10937 B.C. Purchasers Association, Limited. 

16109 Beano Gold Mines, Limited (Non-Per¬ 
sonal Liability). 

17286 Becker & Company, Limited. 

17105 Better Built Homes, Limited. 

16340 Better Health Food Stores, Limited. 

16408 Blue Ice Mines, Limited (Non-Personal 

Liability). 

17810 Blue Ridge Mountain Land Company, 
Limited. 

16220 Braemar Tailors, Limited. 

15370 Bridge River United Gold Mines, Limi¬ 
ted (Non-Personal Liability). 

17274 Bryce Cartage & Storage Company, 
Limited. 

16260 Bullion Holding Company, Limited. 

11953 Bute Development, Limited. 

16584 Cadboro Bay Development Company, 
Limited. 

8778 Canada Casket Company, Limited. 

12405 Canadian International Corporation, 
Limited. 

17611 Cape Scott Development Company, 
Limited. 

17075 Cariboo Collieries, Ltd. (Non-Personal 
Liability). 

15228 Cariboo Stages, Limited. 

17115 Carnarvon Estates, Limited. 

16085 Central Reporting Bureau, Limited. 

17440 Clarke Bros. Equipment Company, 
Limited. 

17521 Coach & Horses Hotel Co. (1941), 
Limited. 

16063 Coast and Lakes Alluvials, Limited 
(Non-Personal Liability). 

16291 Coast Drilling Co., Ltd. 

17500 Coast Hardware, Limited. 

16351 Colosimo, Limited. 

15492 Commercial Electric Corporation, Lim¬ 
ited. 

15369 Commodore Grill, Limited. 

16426 Community Recreations, Limited. 

15933 Consolidated Nicola Goldfields, Limited 
(Non-Personal Liability). 

17334 Consolidated Tungsten-Tin Mines, Lim¬ 
ited (Non-Personal Liability). 

16255 Continental Sales Company, Limited. 

16335 Contractors Supply Sash and Door Com¬ 
pany, Limited, The. 
















1156 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


Cert. No. 

12327 Davies Funeral Homes Company, Lim¬ 
ited. 

15631 Davis-White Company, Limited, The. 

6461 Demuth Lumber Company, Limited, The. 
15069 Dispensers, Limited. 

17937 Downing Peat Products, Limited. 

16115 E. M. Craig Company, Limited. 

16031 Empire Oil Company, Limited (Non- 
Personal Liability). 

15466 Empress Gold Mines, Limited (Non- 
Personal Liability). 

16304 Ermie Shoppe, Limited, The. 

16137 Esperanza Hotel, Limited. 

16464 Esquimalt Yacht Company, Limited. 
15773 Ferrier Diesel Power, Limited. 

16222 F. F. K. Company, Limited. 

18272 Fred Hunt & Son, Limited. 

16283 Freehold British Petroleums Royalties 
No. 7a, Limited. 

16284 Freehold Hargal Royalties No. 7b, Lim¬ 
ited. 

16270 Freehold Royalties No. 7, Limited. 

16253 Fruit-O-Wheat Company, Limited. 

15490 Fryer Drykilns, Limited. 

6325 General Distributors, Limited. 

13694 General Realty Company, Limited. 

16396 Gillies Bay Logging Company, Limited. 
10492 Globe Fertilizer Company, Limited. 

15781 Gold Bank Beverage Company, Limited. 

16223 Golden Crest Flours, Limited. 

17072 Gold River Mines, Limited (Non-Per¬ 
sonal Liability). 

16250 Greentree Timber Products, Limited. 
17453 G.S.M. Lumber Company, Limited. 

16078 Hamelin Bros., Limited. 

15351 Harling & Spragg, Limited. 

15497 Hatzic Shake & Shingle Company, Lim¬ 
ited. 

16241 Hay & Fraser, Limited. 

15599 Hedley Peak Gold Mines, Limited (Non- 
Personal Liability). 

15062 Hertz Shoe Clinic, Limited. 

16482 Hobbs-Terry & Company, Limited. 

15300 Hope District Mining & Development 
Company, Limited (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility). 

16023 Hub City Hotel Company, Limited. 

15640 Island Motors, Limited. 

15349 Jack I. Louis, Limited. 

15295 Jigvy Precious Metals Recovery, Lim¬ 
ited. 

15271 Johannesberg Gold Mining Company, 
Limited (Non-Personal Liability). 

16239 Joy Mines Zeballos, Limited (Non-Per¬ 
sonal Liability). 

16992 Kamloops Mercury Mines, Limited 
(Non-Personal Liability). 

16436 Kaufmann & Sheldon, Limited. 

16468 Kelowna Prospecting Company, Limited. 
14115 King’s Cafe, Limited. 

7428 Lakeview (Stewart, B.C.) Mines, Lim¬ 
ited (Non-Personal Liability). 

16203 Langford Speedways, Limited. 

16054 Lewis Tug Boat Company, Limited. 

15591 Llano Holdings, Limited. 

16991 London Jewellers, Limited. 

15653 Malo-Wayne Shingle Company, Limited. 
16215 Manson Creek Placers, Limited. 

15812 Mode-O-Day Dresses, Limited. 

15279 Moresby Island Fisheries (Jedway), 
Limited. 

16394 Noble Drilling Company, Limited. 

16307 Norman Placer Mining Company, Lim¬ 
ited. 

15879 Northern Metals & Engineering Co., 
Limited. 

16047 North Shore Sand & Gravel, Limited. 
16169 McDonald Building Company, Limited. 
15597 McEwen Hardware, Limited. 

16262 McKay Drug Company, Limited, The. 
2869 Observer Printing and Publishing Com¬ 
pany, Limited, The. 


Cert. No. 

15651 O.K. Mines, Limited (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility). 

1679 (97) Pacific Coast Lumber Mills, Lim¬ 
ited, The. 

2779 Pacific Drug Stores, Limited. 

15791 Pacific Holdings, Limited. 

16258 Passiona Distributors, Limited. 

17074 Paul Northey Homes, Limited. 

16191 Pender Garage, Limited. 

16056 Penticton Investments, Limited. 

17585 Phillips Credit Jewellers, Limited. 

16102 Porter Research, Limited. 

17153 Prairie Lumber Company, Limited. 

16413 Property Service, Limited. 

16446 Queen’s Reach Timber Company, Lim¬ 
ited. 

17714 Quesnel Coal Company, Limited (Non- 
Personal Liability). 

15832 Rae Properties, Limited. 

12862 Reliable Transportation Company, Lim¬ 
ited. 

15442 Rey Oro Gold Mining Company, Limited 
(Non-Personal Liability). 

16817 Rolick Mines, Limited (Non-Personal 
' Liability). 

16976 Roof and Stucco Painters, Limited. 

16174 Rosoti, Limited. 

18894 R.P.L. Company, Limited. 

9950 Rufus-Argenta Mines, Limited (Non- 
Personal Liability). 

16143 Russell Jones, Limited. 

16154 Russian Duchess Laboratories, Limited. 

17242 Seaside Lumber Company, Limited. 

16193 S-F-A-K-Lumber Company, Limited. 

4462 Silver Crest Mines, Limited (Non- 
Personal Liability). 

16328 Silver Valley Gun Club, Limited. 

18053 Slocan Mine Operators, Limited. 

16894 Spider Gold and Silver Mines, Limited 
(Non-Personal Liability). 

18174 Stafford River Timber Company, Lim¬ 
ited. 

12609 Stanley Theatre Company, Limited. 

16246 Sunset Peat Company, Limited. 

17157 Sunstead Farms, Limited. 

18128 Surrey Dome Oil & Gas, Limited (Non- 
Personal Liability). 

16158 Sylvia’s, Limited. 

16500 Tagore Mines, Limited (Non-Personal 
Liability). 

16207 Tagore-Zeballos Mines, Limited (Non- 
Personal Liability). 

16392 Tellus (Canada), Limited. 

17213 Terminal Steamships, Limited. 

16197 United Scottish Societies Auditorium, 
Limited. 

1808 (97) University School, Limited. 

18007 Van Roi Base Metals, Limited (Non- 
Personal Liability). 

15642 Vasey Logging, Limited. 

16330 Victoria Metalworkers, Limited. 

15774 Vocational Service, Limited. 

17199 West Coast Industries, Limited. 

17767 West Coast Printers, Limited, The. 

16395 Western Printing Company, Limited. 

15352 Western Sash & Door Company, Lim¬ 
ited. 

16979 Westminster Estates, Limited. 

15953 Westminster Theatre, Limited. 

8705 West Vancouver Lumber Company, 
Limited. 

16196 White Rock Lumber Conmany, Limited. 

16347 White Star Mine, Ltd. (Non-Personal 
Liability). 

15668 Willow Creek Exploration Company, 
Limited. 

16035 Wilson Stock Farms, Limited. 

16021 Wormald Placers, Limited (Non-Per¬ 
sonal Liability ). 

3201 W. W. Moore, Limited. 

14037 Ymir Yankee Girl Gold Mines, Limited 
(Non-Personal Liability). 

15905 Zeballos Gold Peak Mines, Limited 
(Non-Personal Liability). 1798-mh7 




April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1157 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that James May¬ 
nard, Limited, changed its name on the 
28th day of March, 1946, to the name “ Simp¬ 
son’s Footwear, Ltd.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2162-ap4 Registrar of Companies. 


NOTICE. 

Abandoned Ditch. 

T AKE NOTICE that J. A. Sauve, of Wells, 
B.C., the owner of Placer Miner’s Lease 
No. 4493 and the applicant for a water licence 
on Victorian Creek, all in the Cariboo Mining 
Division, B.C., intends to apply to the Gold 
Commissioner at Barkerville, B.C., for the 
right to use the LaSalle ditch from its point 
of commencement on Victorian Creek, the said 
ditch being not in use and being required for 
the development of Placer Mining Lease No. 
4493. 

Dated April 1st, 1946. 

2228-apll J. A. SAUVE. 


NOTICE. 


Charles Alfred Sewell, Deceased. 

N OTICE is hereby given that all persons 
having claims against the estate of 
Charles Alfred Sewell, late of 1235 Hornby 
Street, Vancouver, B.C., who died on the 29th 
day of January, 1946, are required, on or be¬ 
fore the 1st day of June, 1946, to deliver or 
send by prepaid mail full particulars of their 
claims, duly verified, to The Royal Trust 
Company, the executor of the will of the said 
deceased, at its office at 626 Pender Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

And notice is further given that after the 
last-mentioned date the said executor will pro¬ 
ceed to distribute the assets of the said de¬ 
ceased among the persons entitled thereto, 
having regard only to the claims of which it 
shall then have had notice. 

Dated the 3rd day of April, 1946. 

THE ROYAL TRUST COMPANY, 

Executor. 

By White & McFarlane, 

Its Solicitors. 

411 Bank of Nova Spotia Building, 

Vancouver, B.C. 2187-ap4 


LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 


PRIVATE BILLS. 


Excerpt from Standing Orders relating to 
Private Bills. 

109. (1.) All applications to the Legislative 
Assembly for Private Bills of any nature what¬ 
soever shall require the publication of a notice 
clearly and distinctly specifying the nature and 
object of the application, and when the appli¬ 
cation 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 circulating 
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 mav particularly affect one or 
more electoral districts, the notice shall fur¬ 
thermore be published once a week if possible 
in some newspaper in every electoral district 
affected, or if there be no newspaper published 
therein, then in a newspaper published 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. 

97. No petition for any Private Bill shall be 
received by the House after the first ten 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 
Oraer shall be entertained by the House until 
the same has been reported on by the Com¬ 
mittee on Standing Orders, or after reference 
made thereof at a previous sitting of the House 
to the Standing Committees 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 pro¬ 
moters 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 dec¬ 
laration or 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 three hundred 
dollars. 

(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 open¬ 
ing of the Session or if the petition has not 
been presented to the House within the first 
ten days of the Session, the amount to be paid 
to the Clerk shall be six hundred dollars. If 
the Bill shall not pass second reading one-half 
of the fees shall be returned. 

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 erection 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 pas¬ 
sage of rafts or vessels, and mentioning also 
whether they intend to erect a drawbridge or 
not, and the dimensions of the same. 

103. (1.) All Private Bills for Acts of in¬ 
corporation shall be so framed as to incorporate 
by reference to the clauses of the general Acts 
relating to the details to be provided for by 
such Bills: Special grounds shall be estab¬ 
lished for any proposed departure from this 
principle, or for the introduction of other pro¬ 
visions 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 before any Committee passes 
upon the clauses. 
















1158 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


(2.) Every Bill for an Act of incorporation, 
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 application for same. 

107. All Private Bills shall be prepared by 
the parties applying for the same, and printed 
in small-pica type, twenty-six ems by fifty 
ems, on good paper, in imperial octavo form, 
each page when folded measuring 10 S A inches 
by 7% 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 the lines of each page are to be 
numbered separately. Three hundred 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 thereof. 

In the case of Bills to incorporate com¬ 
panies, in addition to the fee of $300 mentioned 
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. 

Dated September 25th, 1944. 

R. S. STUART YATES, 

Clerk, Legislative Assembly. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 

TIMBER SALE X39075. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Monday, the 17th day of June, 1946, in the 
office of the District Forester, Marine Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X39075, to 
cut 6,530,000 F.B.M. of fir, cedar, hemlock, 
balsam, and spruce on unsurveyed vacant 
Crown land approximately 20 chains north and 
east of Lot 104, Homfray Creek, Homfray 
Channel, Range 1, Coast Land District. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Forester at Vancouver, B.C. 

2071-apll 

TIMBER SALE X37344. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at noon on Monday, the 29th day of 
April, 1946, in the office of the District 
Forester, Nelson, B.C., the Licence X37344, 
to cut 3,790,000 F.B.M. of balsam, hemlock, 
fir, larch, white pine, yellow pine, and spruce, 
120,900 lineal feet of cedar poles and piling, 
and 263,000 split cedar fence-posts on an area 
situated on the west side of Little Slocan 
River, Kootenay Land District. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests. Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Forester, Nelson, B.C. 1781-fe28 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 

TIMBER SALE X38659. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11.30 o’clock in the forenoon 
on Monday, the 6th day of May, 1946, in the 
office of the District Forester, Marine Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X38659, to 
cut 2,505,000 F.B.M. of fir, cedar, hemlock, and 
balsam on an area situated on the east side 
of Harrison Lake, between Cogburn and Silver 
Creeks, Yale Division of Yale Land District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Forester, Vancouver, B.C. 

2058-ap4 


TIMBER SALE X38998. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
the 29th day of April, 1946, in the office of the 
Deputy Minister of Forests at Victoria, B.C., 
the Licence X38998, to cut 3,460,000 F.B.M. of 
fir, cedar, hemlock, and spruce on an area cov¬ 
ering parts of Lots 1191, 1193, and 1194, north¬ 
west of Menzies Bay, Vancouver Island, Say- 
ward Land District. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests at Victoria, 
B.C., or the District Forester at Vancouver, 
B.C. 2040-mh28 

TIMBER SALE X38979. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 12 o’clock noon on Friday, the 
10th day of May, 1946, in the office of the 
Forest Ranger, Kaslo, the Licence X38979, to 
cut 2,450,000 feet of white pine, fir, cedar, 
hemlock, and larch, and 41,000 lineal feet of 
cedar poles and piling on an area comprising 
part of the South-east Quarter of Lot 365 and 
part of Surveyed Timber Licence 2971P, on 
the west bank of the Lardeau River, Kootenay 
Land District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Forester, Nelson, B.C. 

2071-apll 

TIMBER SALE X38820. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Monday, the 10th day of June, 1946, in the 
office of the District Forester, Marine Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X38820, to 
cut 6,860,000 F.B.M. of cedar, hemlock, and 
balsam on an area adjoining Timber Licences 
4987P, 4990P, 8195P, and 11943P, on Cracroft 
Island, Range 1, Coast Land District. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Forester, Vancouver, B.C. 

2068-ap4 


















April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1159 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 

RANGE 1, COAST DISTRICT. 

AJOTICE is hereby given that the under- 
4- i mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and 
that a plan of the same can be seen at the 
Department of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
and at the office of the Government Agent, 
Vancouver: — 

Lot 1983.—Booth Logging Company, Limited, 
Application to Lease, dated June 5th, 
1945. 

Persons considering their rights adversely 
affected by the above survey must furnish a 
statement of their contention to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests within thirty days from 
the date of this notice. 

F. C. GREEN, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., April 11th, 191*6. 2085-apll 

YALE DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT. 

ATOTICE is hereby given that the undermen- 
J-i tioned tract of land, situated in the above- 
named district, has been surveyed, and that a 
plan of the same can be seen at the Department 
of Lands and Forests, Victoria, and at the office 
of the Government Agent, New Westminster:— 
Lot 1607. — Silver-Skagit Logging Company, 
Limited, Application to Purchase. 

Persons considering their rights adversely 
affected by the above survey must furnish a 
statement of their contention to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests within thirty days from 
the date of this notice. 

F. C. GREEN, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., March 28th, 191*6. 

2054-mh28 

NANAIMO DISTRICT. 

ATOTICE is hereby given that the undermen- 
-*-i tioned tract of land, situated in the above- 
named district, has been surveyed, and that a 
plan of the same can be seen at the Department 
of Lands and Forests, Victoria, and at the office 
of the Government Agent, Nanaimo:— 

Lot 201. — Department of Public Works, 
Canada. 

Persons considering their rights adversely 
affected by the above survey must furnish a 
statement of their contention to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests within thirty days from 
the date of this notice. 

F. C. GREEN, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., March 28th, 191*6. 

2054-mh28 

SAYWARD DISTRICT. 

1VTOTICE is hereby given that the under- 
4- i mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and 
that a plan of the same can be seen at the 
Department of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
and at the office of the Government Agent, 
Nanaimo:— 

Lot 1122.—B.C. Power Commission. 

Persons considering their rights adversely 
affected by the above survey must furnish a 
statement of their contention to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests within thirty days from 
the date of this notice. 

F. C. GREEN, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., April 11th, 191*6. 2085-apll 

NANAIMO DISTRICT. 

l^OTICE is hereby given that the under- 
4- i mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and 
that a plan of the same can be seen at the 
Department of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
and at the office of the Government Agent, 
Nanaimo:— 

Lot 198.—Bloedel, Stewart & Welch, Ltd., 
Application to Lease, dated July 12th, 
1945. 

Persons considering their rights adversely 
affected by the above survey must furnish a 
statement of their contention to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests within thirty days from 
the date of this notice. 

F. C. GREEN, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., April 11th, 191*6. 2085-apll 

NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT. 

TVTOTICE is hereby given that the undermen- 
4-i tioned tract of land, situated in the above- 
named district, has been surveyed, and that a 
plan of the same can be seen at the Denartment 
of Lands and Forests, Victoria, and at the office 
of the Government Agent, Vancouver: — 

Lot 5940, Group 1. — United Fishermen’s Co¬ 
operative Association, Application to Pur¬ 
chase, dated June 27th, 1945. 

Persons considering their rights adversely 
affected by the above survey must fux-nish a 
statement of their contention to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests within thirty days from 
the date of this notice. 

F. C. GREEN, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., Marcn 28th, 191*6. 

2054-mh28 

TIMBER SALE X38849. 
rTTHERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 12 o’clock noon on the 7th day 
of May, 1946, in the office of the Forest Ranger 
at Cranbrook, B.C., the Licence X38849, to cut 
10,370,000 F.B.M. of larch, fir, and spruce on 
an area situated on Tepee Creek, Kootenay 
Land District. 

Five years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Forester, Nelson, B.C. 

1795-mh7 

TIMBER SALE X37980. 

fTTHERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
the 26th day of April, 1946, in the office of the 
District Forester, Prince George, B.C., the 
Licence X37980, to cut 492 M. feet of spruce on 
a portion of Lot 792, Cariboo District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C.; 
the District Forester, Prince George, B.C.; or 
Ranger A. H. McCabe, Giscome, B.C. 

2087-apl8 














1160 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 

TIMBER SALE X38851. 

rpHERE will be offered for sale at public 
-L auction in the office of the Forest Ranger 
at Kelowna, B.C., at 12.15 o’clock p.m., on the 
26th day of April, 1946, Timber Sale X38851, 
to cut 1,065 board-feet of Douglas fir, spruce, 
balsam, and lodgepole pine on an area situated 
near Clark Creek. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one who is unable to attend 
the sale in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of sale and treated as 
one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Forester, Kamloops, B.C. 

2087-apl8 

TIMBER SALE X38981. 

rpHERE will be offered for sale at public 
-L auction, at the Forest Ranger’s office at 
Kaslo, at 12 o’clock noon on the 2nd day of 
May, 1946, Timber Sale X38981, to cut 441,000 
board-feet of sawlogs and 25,000 lineal feet of 
poles and piling on an area situated near 
Retallack, Kootenay District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit a sealed tender, to 
be opened at the given hour and treated as one 
bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Nelson, B.C. 2087-apl8 

TIMBER SALE X38249. 

rpHERE will be offered for sale at public 
-L auction in the office of the Forest Ranger 
at Salmon Arm, B.C., at 12 o’clock noon on 
the 3rd day of May, 1946, Timber Sale X38249, 
to cut 700,000 board-feet of Douglas fir and 
yellow pine and 2,400 lineal feet of cedar poles 
and piling on an area situated near Ashton 
Creek. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one who is unable to attend 
the sale in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of sale and treated as 
one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Forester, Kamloops, B.C. 

2087-apl8 

TIMBER SALE X35377. 

rpHERE will be offered for sale at public 
-L auction, in the Ranger’s office, Kelowna, 
B.C., at 12 o’clock noon on the 12th day of 
April, 1946, Timber Sale X35377, to cut 2,187,- 
000 board-feet of Douglas fir, spruce, and larch 
on an area situated near Scotty Creek. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one who is unable to attend the 
sale in person may submit a sealed tender, to 
be opened at the hour of sale and treated as 
one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Kamloops, B.C. 2040-mh28 

SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION OF YALE 
DISTRICT. 

7VTOTICE is hereby given that the undermen- 
4A tioned tract of land, situated in the above- 
named district, has been surveyed, and that a 
plan of the same can be seen at the Department 
of Lands and Forests, Victoria, and at the office 
of the Government Agent, Penticton:— 

Lot 3237 (S.).—'The Corporation of the Dis¬ 
trict of Penticton, Application to Pur¬ 
chase. 

Persons considering their rights adversely 
affected by the above survey must furnish a 
statement of their contention to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests within thirty days from 
the date of this notice. 

F. C. GREEN, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., March 28th, 1946. 

2054-mh28 

TIMBER SALE X38952. 

rpHERE will be offered for sale at public 
-L auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Monday, the 6th day of May, 1946, in the 
office of the District Forester, Marine Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X38952, to 
cut 2,775,000 F.B.M. of fir, cedar, hemlock, 
balsam, and spruce on unsurveyed vacant 
Crown land adjoining Lot 104, on Homfray 
Creek, Range 1, Coast Land District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour^of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Foi’ester, Vancouver, B.C. 

2058-ap4 

TIMBER SALE X38018. 

rpHERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11.45 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Monday, the 6th day of May, 1946, in the 
office of the District Forester, Marine Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X38018, to 
cut 2,865,000 F.B.M. of fir, cedar, hemlock, and 
balsam on an area covering part of Surveyed 
Timber Licence 1486P and adjoining unsur¬ 
veyed vacant Crown land near Upper Goat 
(Eldred) River, New Westminster Land 
District. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Forester, Vancouver, B.C. 

2058-ap4 

LILLOOET DISTRICT. 

1VTOTICE is hereby given that the undermen- 
L i tioned tract of land, situated in the above- 
named district, has been surveyed, and that a 
plan of the same can be seen at the Department 
of Lands and Forests, Victoria, and at the office 
of the Government Agent, Clinton:— 

Lot 5027.-—Minto Trading & Development Com¬ 
pany, Application to Purchase, dated Sep¬ 
tember 22nd, 1944. 

Persons considering their rights adversely 
affected by the above survey must furnish a 
statement of their contention to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests within thirty days from 
the date of this notice. 

F. C. GREEN, 

Su rveyor-Genera 1. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C!., March 28th, 1946. 

2054-mh28 













April 18th, 1946.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


1161 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


TIMBER SALE X38717. 

T HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Monday, the 24th day of June, 1946, in the 
office of the District Forester, Marine Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X38717, to 
cut 5,405,000 F.B.M. of fir, cedar, white pine, 
hemlock, and balsam on parts of Blocks 279, 
130, and 131, Robertson River, Cowichan Lake 
Land District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Forester, Vancouver, B.C. 

2087-apl8 


TIMBER SALE X38570. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 12 o’clock noon on Friday, the 
21st day of June, 1946, in the office of the 
Forest Ranger, Merritt, B.C., the Licence 
X38570, to cut 6,230,000 F.B.M. of yellow pine 
and fir on parts of Sections 27, 28, 33, 34, and 
35, Township 14, and parts of Sections 1, 2, 
and 11, Township 15, Range 23, west of 6th 
meridian, near Dot, east of the Nicola River. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Forester, Kamloops, B.C. 

2087-apl8 


TIMBER SALE X38971. 

fTlHERE will be offered for sale at public 
-L auction, at 12 o’clock noon on Tuesday, 
the 21st day of May, 1946, in the office of the 
Forest Ranger, Kelowna, B.C., the Licence 
X38971, to cut 4,800,000 F.B.M. of Douglas 
fir and yellow pine on an area situated on 
Law Creek, approximately 6 miles west of 
Westbank, Osoyoos Division of Yale Land 
District. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Further particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Forester, Kamloops, B.C. 

_ 2087-apl8 

TIMBER SALE X38620. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11.15 o’clock in the forenoon 
on Monday, the 6th day of May, 1946, in the 
office of the District Forester, Marine Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X38620, to 
cut 3,320,000 F.B.M. of fir, cedar, hemlock, and 
balsam, on an area covering part of Lots 291 
and 724, north of Menzies Bay, Sayward Land 
District. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one unable to attend the auc¬ 
tion in person may submit tender, to be opened 
at the hour of auction and treated as one bid. 

Fui-ther particulars may be obtained from 
the Deputy Minister of Forests, Victoria, B.C., 
or the District Forester, Vancouver, B.C. 

2058-ap4 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF 
RESERVE. 

N OTICE is hereby given that the Reserve 
established under authority of Order in 
Council No. 1653, approved December 9th, 
1943, notice of which was published in The 
British Columbia Gazette of December 16th, 
1943, is cancelled in so far as it relates to the 
following described lands:— 

Undivided two-thirds interest of and in Lots 
5 and 6 of District Lot 90, Alberni District, 
Plan 1486 (excepting out of said Lot 5 that 
part thereof included within the boundaries of 
logging right-of-way as the same is shown 
outlined in red on Plan 387, right-of-way), 
containing a net acreage of 8.57. 

Blocks 3 and 4 of District Lot 107, Alberni 
District, Plan 3468, containing 31.94 acres. 

The West Half of Lot 1703a, Range 4, Coast 
District, containing 138 acres. 

Block 128 of District Lot 383, Kootenay 
District, Plan 958, containing 19.6 acres. 

That part of Fractional Legal Subdivision 
13 of Section 11, Township 5, Range 26, west 
of the 6th meridian, bounded on the east by the 
right-of-way of the Kettle Valley Railway, 
Plan A 152, containing 10.61 acres. 

Lot 6 of Section 1, Range 7, Cranberry Dis¬ 
trict, Plan 725 (excepting the easterly 20 feet 
thereof), containing 9.84 acres. 

Lot 7 of District Lot 51, Wellington District, 
Plan 2304 (except thereout the northerly 26 
feet thereof reserved for road purposes), con¬ 
taining 14.74 acres. 

The West Half of Lot 11 of Lot 72, Sayward 
District, Plan 2090, containing 18.05 acres. 

Lot 16 of District Lot 85, Newcastle Dis¬ 
trict, Plan 2018, containing 24.1 acres. 

Block 53 of Lot 397, Kootenay District, con¬ 
taining 10.92 acres. 

Block 185 of Lot 266, Similkameen (form¬ 
erly Osoyoos) Division of Yale District, Plan 
575, containing 5 acres. 

(1) Lots 1 and 2 of Lot 560, Map 17 (ex¬ 
cept thereout portions covered by British Co¬ 
lumbia Telephone Company right-of-way, Map 
141, and right-of-way of C. and W. Railway), 
containing 29.232 acres; (2) Lot 560 (except 
Maps 17 and 141 and 17.95 acres registered 
“ A.F.B. 3-691-2962A ” and right-of-way of 
British Columbia Telephone Company), con¬ 
taining 109 acres; (3) Block H (formerly 
Blocks 2 and 3), Map 141 of Lot 560, contain¬ 
ing 9 acres—all in Similkameen Division of 
Yale District, situated at Midway, and contain¬ 
ing an aggregate of 147.232 acres. 

Lots 1 and 2 (subdivision of Blocks 5 and 6 
and the east 3.51 acres of Block 4) of Lot 689, 
Group 1, New Westminster District, Plan 
3678, containing 6.52 acres. 

The most westerly 20 chains of District Lot 
770, Range 3, Coast District, containing 66 
acres. 

Block 22 of Lot 810, Group 1, New West¬ 
minster District, Plan 5157, containing 11.5 
acres. 

Lot 9 of Section 37, Esquimalt District, Plan 
962, containing 6.72 acres. 

Lot 7 of Sections 6 and 21, North Pender 
Island, Cowichan District, Plan 1084, contain¬ 
ing 13.50 acres. 

Lot 8 of Section 35, Sooke District, Plan 
1525 (excepting thereout the Vancouver Is¬ 
land Power Company’s transmission-line, Plan 
331, right-of-way and logging railway, Plan 
15, right-of-way), containing 4.478 acres. 

H. CATHCART, 
Deputy Minister of Lands. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., April Mh, 191,6. 2088-apl8 




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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[April 18th, 1946. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


CLAYOQUOT DISTRICT. 

OTICE is hereby given that the undermen¬ 
tioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the De¬ 
partment of Lands and Forests, Victoria, and 
at the office of the Government Agent, 
Alberni:— 

Lot 1827.—“ P.M. No. 4 Fraction.” 

„ 1828.—“ P.M. No. 5 Fraction.” 

„ 1830.—“ Patullo No. 1.” 

„ 1841.—“ Pluto No. 3.” 

„ 1842.—“ Patullo No. 3.” 

„ 1843.—“ Patullo No. 4.” 

F. C. GREEN, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., Febmary 21st, 191+6. 

1778-fe21 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 

OTICE is hereby given that the undermen¬ 
tioned tract of land, situated in the above- 
named district, has been surveyed, and that a 
plan of the same can be seen at the Depart¬ 
ment of Lands and Forests, Victoria, and at 
the office of the Government Agent, Quesnel:— 
Lot 11476.—B.C. Government. 

Persons considering their rights adversely 
affected by the above survey must furnish a 
statement of their contention to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests within thirty days from 
the date of this notice. 

F. C. GREEN, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., February 21st, 191+6. 

1778-fe21 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


TIMBER SALE X38666. 

EALED TENDERS will be received by the 
District Forester, Marine Building, Van¬ 
couver, B.C., not later than noon on the 29th 
day of April, 1946, for the purchase of Licence 
X38666, to cut 822,000 feet of fir, cedar, and 
hemlock on part of Surveyed Timber Licence 
12942P, north of Porpoise Bay, New West¬ 
minster Land District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Vancouver, B.C. 2087-apl8 


SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION OF YALE 
DISTRICT. 

OTICE is hereby given that the under¬ 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and 
that a plan of the same can be seen at the 
Department of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
and at the office of the Government Agent, 
Penticton:— 

Lot 3824 (S.).-—British Columbia Government. 

Persons considering their rights adversely 
affected by the above survey must furnish a 
statement of their contention to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests within thirty days from 
the date of this notice. 

F. C. GREEN, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., March 7th, 191+6. 2010-mh7 


VICTORIA, B.C.: Printed by Charles F. Banfield, 
Printer to the King’s Most Excellent Majesty.