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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 


Page. 

Appointments...... 3823 

Provincial Secretary. 

t" Liquor-control Plebiscites Act,” date of voting under 
in— 

West Summerland Polling Division of South Oka¬ 
nagan Electoral District_de24 3824 

South Westminster Polling Division of Delta Electo¬ 
ral District_de24 3824 

t" Liquor-control Plebiscites Act,” regulation under re 
scrutineers in— 

West Summerland Polling Division of South Oka¬ 
nagan Electoral District- de24 3824 

South Westminster Polling Division of Delta Electo¬ 
ral District____—.de24 3823 

t Rescission of appointments_de24 3823 

Proclamations. 

f” Liquor-control Plebiscites Act,” Writ for plebiscite 
vote under in— 

South Westminster Polling Division of Delta Elec¬ 
toral District_de24 3825 

West Summerland Polling Division of South Oka¬ 
nagan Electoral District_de24 3824 

t" Public Libraries Act,” Okanagan Union Library Dis¬ 
trict, extending limits_de24 3825 

Department of Attorney-General. 

Supreme Court sittings_nol8 3828 

Department of Works. 

fCanora Road, Saanich Electoral District, established 

as a public highway_de24 3825 

ISouthern Trans-Provincial Highway Diversion, Marys¬ 
ville. Cranbrook Electoral District, establishing- 

__..._.de24 3826 


Department of Health and Welfare. Page. 

tBruhn, Otto Herman, certificate of change of name to 

Otto Herman Breen..__de24 3828 

tCurry, Doreen Cherie, certificate of change of name to 

Doreen Cherie Brunell ....de24 3827 

tDrawson, Joseph, certificate of change of name to 

Joseph Dawson..._._de24 3828 

tDumont, George Gerard Joseph, certificate of change 

of name to George Gerard Martin__de24 3828 

tGolston, Stephen, certificate of change of name to 

Stefan Golston..... ..de24 3828 

tlvchenko, Elia, certificate of change of name to Eli 

Leo Ivens_ de24 3827 

tMacLaren, Richard Ralph Woodward, certificate of 

change of name to Grant Woodward MacLaren de24 3827 
t" Marriage Act,” cancellation of registration of minis¬ 
ters or clergymen registered under__de24 3826 

t” Marriage Act,” supplementary list of ministers and 

clergymen registered under_ ..de24 3826 

tPease, Herbert Gordon, certificate of change of name 

to Marke Paise_de24 3827 

tPurkow, Peter John, application for change of name 

_ de24 3827 

t Roberts, Betty May, application for change of name.. 

_ de24 3826 

tShawaga, Paul, certificate of change of name to Roger 

Paul Shaw_de24 3827 

tStefan, Ambrose Vincent, certificate of change of 

name to Ambrose Vincent Stelfan_de24 3827 

tTanner, Bessie, certificate of change of name to Carell 

Tanner_ de24 3827 

tVandendriessche, Bernard Edmond Alphonse, certifi¬ 
cate of change of name to Bernard Edmond Vanden 

_ de24 3827 

tWolinsky, Joseph, certificate of change of name to 

Joseph Wall_ de24 3826 

Department of Lands and Forests. Page. 

tCancellation of reserve of pt. S.E. Vi Lot 4012, Cariboo 

District_ de24 3879 

Cariboo District, survey of Lots 11367, 11368, and 11370 

--ja8 3876 

Cassiar District, survey of Lot 3910_ _de24 3830 

Cowichan District, survey of Lot 322 _de24 3830 

Kootenay District, survey of Lots 15235 to 15238_ja8 3874 

Kootenay District, survey of Lot 15179_ de24 3829 

Lillooet District, survey of Lot 7550 _ja8 3876 

Nanaimo District, survey of Lots 206 and 207_ja8 3876 

New Westminster District, survey of Lot 6053, Gp. 1 

- ja8 3875 

New Westminster District, survey of Lots 3547, 5996, 

and 6041, Gp. 1_ de24 3830 

Osoyoos Division of Yale District, survey of Lots 5047 

to 5049- de24 3829 

Range 2, Coast District, survey of Lot 1508 _de24 3830 

tReserve of Frac. L.S. 9. Sec. 23 and Frac. L.S. 1. Sec. 

26, Tp. 23, R. 8, W. of 6th M.___de24 3877 

tReserve of L.S. 16. Sec. 23, Tp. 23. R. 8, W. of 6th M... 

-- de24 3877 

fTimber Licence xl9611, auction sale_de24 3878 

tTimber Licence x27073, auction sale_de24 3877 

Timber Licence x31572, auction sale__de24 3874 

Timber Licence x32978, auction sale_ jal5 3874 

tTimber Licence x36285, auction sale_fel2 3829 

fTimber Licence x37861, auction sale_ de24 3878 

tTimber Licence x38608, auction sale_ja2 3878 

Timber Licence x39475, auction sale_ja8 3829 

tTimber Licence x39873, auction sale_de24 3877 

tTimber Licence x40525, auction sale _ ja2 3878 

Timber Licence x41819, auction sale_ja22 3875 

tTimber Licence x42000, auction sale_ja2 3877 

Timber Licence x42320, auction sale_ja8 3875 

Timber Licence x42385, auction sale__ja2 3874 

tTimber Licence x42491, auction sale...de24 3878 

tTimber Licence x42647, auction sale.....de24 3877 

tTimber Licence x42734, auction sale_de24 3878 

Timber Licence x42827, auction sale_de31 3875 

Timber Licence x42830. auction sale_de31 3875 

tTimber Licence X42930, auction sale_de24 3879 

Timber Licence X42959, auction sale__...de24 3877 

Timber Licence X42967, auction sale_ja22 3829 

Timber Licence x43066, auction sale_de24 3876 

Timber Licence X43193, auction sale_ja2 3875 

Timber Licence x43259, auction sale_fe5 3876 

Timber Licence x43265, auction sale_ja29 3877 

Timber Licence x43272, auction sale__ de24 3874 





































































































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THE B.C. GAZETTE 


[December 24th, 1947 


Department of Lands and Forests. Page. 

Timber Licence X43306, auction sale__de31 3874 

Timber Licence X43415, auction sale__de24 3876 

Timber Licence x43488, auction sale. jal6 3874 

Timber Licence x43513. auction sale...jal5 3874 

Timber Licence x43655, auction sale_ja8 3829 

tTimber Licence x43699. auction sale_fel2 3878 

tTimber Licence X43738. auction sale_de24 3829 


Yale Division of Yale District, survey of Lot 1617.de24 3829 

Forest Service. 

Timber Licence x26653, inviting tenders for purchase 

____de24 3876 

Timber Licence X40284, inviting tenders for purchase 

_ ja2 3876 

tTimber Licence x41023, inviting tenders for purchase 

_ ja2 3877 

Timber Licence x43093, inviting tenders for purchase 

_ ja8 3876 

Timber Licence x43243, inviting tenders for purchase 

_ de24 3830 

tTimber Licence x43398, inviting tenders for purchase 

__ jal5 3879 

tTimber Licence x43422, inviting tenders for purchase 

_ de24 3830 

tTimber Licence x43444, inviting tenders for purchase 

_jal5 3879 

Timber Licence x43685, inviting tenders for purchase 

_-___ de24 3876 

Timber Licence x43686, inviting tenders for purchase 

....-__de24 3879 

Private Bill Notices. 

British Columbia Automobile and General Insurance 
Company, application for an Act to incorporate as 


an insurance company_ jal5 3836 

Vancouver City, application for an Act to amend the 
“ Vancouver Incorporation Act, 1921 ”_ ja2 3836 

Legislative Assembly. 

Private Bills, rules respecting_ 3835 

Applications for Certificates of Improvements. 

(Black Diamond Mineral Claim_fel2 3830 

Golden Eagle Nos. 2, 3, and 5 Mineral Claims_ja7 3831 

Good Hope and Dorothea Mineral Claims_de31 3831 

Pharoah Fractional and Queen of Sheba Fractional 

Mineral Claims_ja29 3831 

Queen Ann No. 1 and Queen Ann Fraction Mineral 
Claims_ ja29 3830 

Applications to Lease Lands. 

(Bell & Bartholet_jal5 3833 

Bell & Bartholet_ja8 3831 

tBromley, William Joseph, Frank Taylor, and Albert 

McLean_jal5 3833 

Allen, Fred_____de24 3832 

Bloedel, Stewart & Welch, Limited_ja2 3831 

Canadian Puget Sound Lumber & Timber Company, 

Limited_ ja2 3833 

Ellison, George William.._..ja8 3832 

Fraser Wood Products, Ltd. de24 3833 

Gardiner, Reid W_ ,ia2 3832 

Hudson's Bay Company _____ _ja8 3833 

Lama-Wood Products. Limited__ ja8 3833 

Longhurst, Edith Blanche_ .de24 3832 

Longhurst, William J. de24 3833 

McTavish, Murray_ ja2 3832 

Noakes, Harry __ ja2 3833 

Sorg Pulp Co., Ltd. .. _de24 3832 

Thomas, Albert E. ja2 3832 

Tucker, Gladys E_._de24 3832 

Applications to Purchase Lands. 

Butler, Leonard H_de24 3835 

Fowler. William_ ja2 3834 

tGowen, Charles Nelson___jal5 3834 

t Leonard, Alton W._jal5 3879 

McTavish. Archie.. ja2 3835 

McTavish, Glenn_ ja2 3834 

McTavish, Howard..__ ja2 3834 

tMartin, Duke__ __.jal5 3834 

tNiemi, William Frank.. jal5 3834 

Robinson, Jamesian. ja2 3836 

Todosuk, Daniel. ja8 3835 

Wagner. Joseph and John.... ja2 3834 

Woodcox, Harry John. ja2 3834 

Petroleum and Natural-gas Licences. 

Phillips Petroleum Company.. de24 3831 

Certificates of Incorporation. 

Abbotsford Auto Sales, Ltd...de24 3853 

Abercrombie Investments, Limited .. ja8 3845 

Apachoe Club. ja2 3844 

Ashcroft Aquatic Club. dc24 3864 

Associated Producers, Ltd.. ja2 3869 

Ayrkoast Company, Ltd._ja2 3840 

B.C. Footwear, Ltd. ja2 3839 

Bell Electric, Limited_ ja8 3849 

tBIack-Hill Motors, Limited..jal5 3861 

Bryce Electric, Limited. de24 3864 

Campbell Builders Supplies, Ltd. de24 3857 

Canada-India Association. _de24 3864 

Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L.. Branch No. 40, Penticton, 

B.C. Society. ja8 3848 

Canyon Logging & Lumber Co., Ltd.de24 3856 

Cariboo Construction Co., Ltd... _ja8 3864 

Community Builders, Ltd. de34 3856 

Continental Dri Ice Refrigeration, Ltd__ ja2 8862 

Cordova Bay Community Club. ja2 3842 

Cyclos Manufacturing Company, Limited ..de24 3857 

Devon Cafe (1948), Ltd. . ja2 3869 

Digby Island Ratepayers Society . de24 8857 

Douglas Lumber Co., Ltd. ja2 8843 

F. Ritter & Co., (1947), Limited ..ja8 3849 


Certificates of Incorporation. 


Fat’s Taxi, Limited...de24 3855 

Forbes Bay Logging Co., Ltd--ja2 3840 

Frank H. Wiley & Son, Limited.....de24 3857 

Fraser River Dredging Co., Ltd.-ja8 3848 

Gauley Bros., Ltd__ja2 3843 

General Sea Transportation, Limited-ja8 3845 

Gibson MacNeal Logging Co., Ltd.ja8 3845 

Golf-Pool. Limited_ja8 3851 

Ingledew’s (Victoria). Ltd- -ja8 3858 

(Interior Advertising Company. Ltd-jal5 3865 

tKaien Island Stages, Limited_jal5 3862 

Kamloops Investment Company, Ltd.-ja8 3847 

Kent Chemicals, Ltd_ ja2 3843 

Knight & Giles, Limited_ja2 3842 

L. A. McKenzie Construction Co., Limited-ja2 3863 

Ladysmith Co-operative Association ..—ja2 3839 

Larwill’s, Limited_de24 3856 

Laurie’s Pie Co., Ltd._ _ de24 3867 

l-Lillooet Community Hall Association.. - jal5 3864 

Litekraft, Limited_ ja2 3843 

McClain Holdings, Limited_de24 3853 

McEwen Meyer Trucking Transporting Co., Ltd. . ja2 3838 

Manson Bros., Ltd._ja8 3850 

Margaret Private Hospital, Limited, The-ja2 3860 

Massett Shipyards, Ltd_ja2 3841 

Meehan’s Meat Market, Limited-de24 3858 

New Life Publication Society, The.-- ja2 3860 

Newton Hatcheries, Limited __ ja8 3849 

North Vancouver Motorcycle Club_ja2 3839 

Pacific Holdings, Limited_ ja8 3847 

Pacific Sky Club_ de24 3858 

Painter’s Fishing Resort, Ltd_ ja2 3837 

tParamount Industries, Ltd._jal5 3861 

Peace River Natural Gas Co.. Ltd_ja8 3846 

Pilot Lumber Co., Ltd._ de24 3856 

Pocklingtons’, Limited_ ja2 3840 

Pointer of Canada. Ltd._ja2 3860 

Postrite, Ltd.. ja8 3852 

Pratt Machinery Sales, Ltd_de24 3853 

R. A. MacDonald Logging. Limited_ja8 3845 

Reschke Coal, Ltd._ja8 3846 

Rogers Assets, Limited_ja2 3838 

tRolling Motors. Limited_jal6 3863 

tRosenau Bros., Ltd._jal6 3861 

tSabine Trucks & Equipment, Ltd._jal5 3864 

Scanlon Holdings, Limited_de24 3855 

Silk Hat. Ltd. ja2 3844 

Skidmore and Sons, Ltd._ja2 3839 

Star Sawmills, Limited_ .ja2 3859 

Sunshine Housing, Limited_ ja8 3847 

Taylor & White, Ltd...__ja2 3838 

Terminal Auto Sales, Limited.__de24 3853 

Trapp Motors (1947), Limited_ de24 3854 

(Twin Service Station, Limited_jal5 3862 

Utility Containers, Ltd._ja8 3851 

Vancouver Finance Co.. Ltd_ ja2 3859 

Vancouver Safety Service, Ltd__de24 3858 

Viner Logging, Ltd- ja8 3860 

Vogue Cafe Holdings, Ltd_ja2 3840 

W. B. C. Logging Co.. Ltd._ja2 3844 

Wallace’s Department Store, Ltd__ ja8 3848 

■ Ward & Son. Ltd_ de24 3863 

(Western Coin Locks. Ltd. jal5 3861 

(Westmount Stock Farm, Ltd.-jal5 3863 

White Rock Motors, Ltd_ de24 3854 

(White Spot No. 4, Limited_jal5 3861 

Willingdon Agencies, Limited__ja2 3841 

Registration of Extra-Provincial Companies. 

Dominion Tanners, Limited_ja2 3866 

M & M Army Stores, Limited_ja2 3866 

(Monsanto (Canada), Limited_jal5 3866 

Powell River Aero Club___ja2 3866 

(Russell Theatres, Ltd_jal5 3866 

Theatre Confections. Limited_de24 3865 

United Mining and Dredging Company, Inc...de24 3866 

Municipal Elections. 

(Burnaby District_de24 3872 

(Chilliwhack Township_ de24 3873 

(Coldstream_de24 3872 

(Cumberland City.._ de24 3872 

(Fernie City.. de24 3872 

tGlenmore District_de24 3873 

tGrand Forks City_de?4 3873 

(KasloCity. _de24 3872 

(Ladysmith City. de24 3872 

(Matsqui District .. __.de24 3872 

(Mission District_ de24 3871 

(Nelson City.. de24 3873 

(New Westminster City__ de24 3873 

(Port Alberni City.. de24 3872 

(Salmon Arm District. de24 3871 

(Summerland District.... de24 3872 

ITadanac District.. de24 8878 

(Trail City... de24 3873 

(West Vancouver District.._.de24 3873 

Miscellaneous. 

A. R. Heater & Co., Limited, change of name.ja8 3869 

Alliance Assurance Company. Limited, amended li¬ 
cence.. ja8 3870 

Anthes-Tait Foundry. Limited, voluntary winding-up 

and meeting of creditors. ja8 3869 

(Aaron’s (Vancouver), Ltd., change of name.jal6 3867 

Associated Naturopathic and Physiotherapy Insti¬ 
tutes. Limited, application for approval of change 
of name ja2 38G8 

B. C. Peat Company, Ltd., application for approval of 

change of name ...ia2 3868 


Bennington Falls Orchard, Limited, general meeting 

....,.. ..... -1_ _..ja8 3870 

(British American Timber Company, Limited, volun¬ 
tary winding-up and appointment of liquidator.jal6 3871 
(British American Timber Company, Limited, meeting 

of creditors...de24 3871 


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December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3823 


Miscellaneous. 


Page. 

Cairncurran, Limited, application for restoration to 

the Register... ..de24 3869 

Campbell Reid Footwear, Limited, change of name ja2 3868 
Canadian Mixermobile Co., Ltd., application for ap¬ 
proval of change of name . ... ..ja2 3868 

ICapitol Hill Taxi Co., Ltd., voluntary winding-up and 

appointment of liquidator...j a 15 3871 

Central Union Insurance Company, appointment of 
attorney and change of location of head office in 

„ T r0V ! nce .- .-.-ja2 3870 

Collart & McCaffery, Limited, application for approval 

of change of name.de24 3867 

Delnor Frosted Foods, Ltd., application for approval 

of change of name ....__.de24 3867 

Lddie Mould Motors, Ltd., application for approval of 

change of name........j a 8 3868 

Enterprise Logging & Land Clearing Company, Limi¬ 
ted, change of name. ..ja8 3869 

Fandora Gold Mining Company, Limited (N.P.L.), ap¬ 
pointment of liquidator.ja8 3869 

tFirst National Organization, Limited, The, change of 

_ name.....jal5 3867 

tGostick Construction Co., Ltd., change of name._.jal5 3867 

tGranite Ray Timber, Ltd., change of name...jal5 3867 

J. M. Brown Truck Co., Ltd., application for approval 

of change of name .. .. ...ja8 3867 

Kelowna Bakery, Limited, general meeting _ja2 3868 

Knox Hotel Co., Ltd., change of name. ..ja2 3868 

Lemery-Denison, Limited, change of name_ de24 3867 

Langford Speedways, Limited, meeting of creditors 

-.-. . __de24 3868 

tLaughing Man Placers, Limited, appointment of liqui¬ 
dator .. .....jal5 3871 

tLemery, Ltd., application for approval of change of 

name_____ja26 387 

Love’s Auction Rooms, Ltd., application for approval 

of change of name. ...__.ja8 3869 

Lumbermens Mutual Insurance Company, amended 

licence___ ja8 3870 

McRae Farms. Limited, general meeting__.ja8 3869 

tMetalsmith Mines, Limited (Non-Personal Liability), 

struck from the Register......jalfi 3871 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, appointment 

of attorney_ de24 3868 

tOkanagan Credits, Limited, change of name_jal5 3867 

Order of United Commercial Travelers of America, 

The, licensed to transact business in B.C. ... ...ja8 3869 
tParamount Furniture (1946), Ltd., change of name 

_ jal5 3867 

Pennsylvania Lumbermen’s Mutual Fire Insurance 

Company, amended licence_de24 3867 

Pratt, Joseph, notice to creditors of estate ...ja'2 3868 

Rover Creek Mining Company, Limited (Non-Personal 
Liability), voluntary winding-up and appointment 

of liquidator, and meeting of creditors_jaS 3870 

Samis Realty, Ltd., change of name_de24 3871 

Scottish Union & National Insurance Company, ap¬ 
pointment of attorney and change of location of 

head office in Province..__ja2 3868 

fTaylor & White, Ltd., application for approval of 

change of name _____ ja 15 3871 

Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company, appointment 

of attorney_ ..ja8 3867 

West Canadian Hydro Electric Corporation, Limited, 
voluntary winding-up and appointment of liquida¬ 
tor. and meeting of creditors_ja8 3869 

tWest Coast Litho, Limited, application for approval of 

change of name_ _jal5 3867 

Westminster Fire Office, amended licence_jaS 3870 

Woman’s Bakery, Limited, The, voluntary winding-up 

and appointment of liquidator_ _de24 3869 

f Woodwards Consolidated, Limited, general meeting... 

.. _jal5 3871 


APPOINTMENTS. 


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

December 6th, 1947. 

Kenneth Douglas McRae, of Smithers, to 
be a Stipendiary Magistrate in and for the 
County of Prince Rupert. 


as such Notary Public be limited to that por¬ 
tion of Group 1, New Westminster District, 
comprising all lands lying within the water¬ 
shed of Britannia Creek situated on the east 
side of Howe Sound, to be thereafter referred 
to as the Britannia Beach area. 

Mark Everett MacEacheran, of Prince 
George, to be a Deputy Registrar of Voters 
for the Fort George Electoral District. 

December 19th, 19 47. 

Frank Clark, J.P., of Prince George, to be 
Government Representative on the Board of 
Directors of the City of Prince George Gen¬ 
eral Hospital. 

Thomas O’Neill, Clerk, Supreme Court 
Registry, Vancouver, to be a Commissioner for 
taking Affidavits within British Columbia, 
under section 51 of the “ Evidence Act,” for 
such time as he continues to be employed in 
the said office; also to be Special Examiner 
of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, 
Vancouver Registry. 2348-de24 


“ LIQUOR-CONTROL PLEBISCITES ACT.” 


, December 17th, 1947. 

H IS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in 
Council has been pleased to appoint 
Mrs. Mary Hansen, 1561 Old Yale Road, R.R. 
6, New Westminster, B.C., Returning Officer in 
and for the Delta Electoral District, for the 
purpose of the plebiscite to be held under the 
provisions of the “ Liquor-control Plebiscites 
Act” in the South Westminster Polling Divi¬ 
sion of the said electoral district. 2332-de24 


“LIQUOR-CONTROL PLEBISCITES ACT.” 


December 17th, 1947. 

H IS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in 
Council has been pleased to appoint 
William C. W. Fosbery, of West Summerland, 
B.C., Returning Officer in and for the South 
Okanagan Electoral District, for the purpose 
of the plebiscite to be held under the provisions 
of the “ Liquor-control Plebiscites Act ” in the 
West Summerland Polling Division of the said 
electoral district. 2335-de24 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY. 


December 17th, 1947. 

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

Brian Stewart Garner, formerly of Britan¬ 
nia Beach, as a Notary Public in and for the 
Province. 

Richard E. Archibald as Deputy Registrar 
of Voters for the Fort George Electoral Dis¬ 
trict. • 

December 19th, 1947. 


December 17th, 1947. 

Grace D. Tuckey, Social Worker, Depart¬ 
ment of Health and Welfare, Duncan, to be a 
Special Commissioner for taking Affidavits 
within British Columbia, under section 55a of 
the “ Evidence Act,” for such time as she 
remains in her present position. 

William Lorn Cousins, Government Sub- 
Agent, Oliver, to be a Commissioner for taking 
Affidavits within British Columbia, under sec¬ 
tion 51 of the “ Evidence Act,” for such time 
as he remains in his present position. 

Alan Moran Patrick Harris, Britannia 
Mining and Smelting Co., Ltd., Mine Camp, 
Britannia Beach, to be a Notary Public in and 
for the Province, under section 18 of the 
“ Notaries Act,” for such time as he remains 
in the employ of the above-mentioned com¬ 
pany, and the area in which he may practise 


George Milburn, of Prince George, as Gov¬ 
ernment Representative on the Board of 
Directors of the City of Prince George Gen¬ 
eral Hospital. 

Herbert L. Woods, of Hope, as a Stipendiary 
Magistrate in and for the County of West¬ 
minster. 

Isaac Godfrey, Clerk, Supreme Court Reg¬ 
istry, Vancouver, as a Commissioner for tak¬ 
ing Affidavits within British Columbia. 


“LIQUOR-CONTROL PLEBISCITES ACT.” 


December 17th, 1947. 

AJOTICE is hereby given that His Honour 
-*-> the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, by 
O r der in Council No. 2553, approved on the 
17th day of December, 1947, has been pleased 




























































3824 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


to make the following regulation, pursuant to 
section 16 of the “ Liquor-control Plebiscites 
Act — 

That A. B. Gray, Court-house, New West¬ 
minster, Registrar of Voters for the Delta 
Electoral District, be authorized to appoint a 
sufficient number of persons to act as scruti¬ 
neers, without remuneration therefor, so that 
there may be two scrutineers in attendance at 
each polling-booth in the South Westminster 
Polling Division of the said electoral district 
during the voting and counting of the ballots 
in connection with the submission to a vote of 
the electors under the said Act, to be held 
pursuant to the Proclamation to be issued 
under this Order in Council, one of such scruti¬ 
neers to be appointed to represent those desir¬ 
ous of obtaining an affirmative answer to the 
question so submitted and one to represent 
those desirous of obtaining a negative answer. 

2334-de24 


“LIQUOR-CONTROL PLEBISCITES ACT.” 

December 17 th, 191+7. 

N OTICE is hereby given of the issue of a 
writ, dated the 19th day of December, 
1947, addressed to the Returning Officer of the 
Delta Electoral District, commanding her to 
submit to the electors of the South Westmin¬ 
ster Polling Division of the Delta Electoral 
District, on the 17th day of January, 1948, the 
following question, namely: — 

“ Do you approve of the sale of beer by the 
glass in licensed premises without a bar under 
Government control and regulation? ” 

GEO. S. PEARSON, 

Provincial Secretary. 
Provincial Secretary’s Office, 

Victoria, B.C. 2333-de24 


“LIQUOR-CONTROL PLEBISCITES ACT.” 

December 17th, 191+7. 

N OTICE is hereby given of the issue of a 
writ, dated the 19th day of December, 
1947, addressed to the Returning Officer of the 
South Okanagan Electoral District, command¬ 
ing him to submit to the electors of the West 
Summerland Polling Division of the South 
Okanagan Electoral District, on the 13th day 
of January, 1948, the following question, 
namely:— 

“ Do you approve of the granting of a Vete¬ 
rans’ Club Licence within the West Summer- 
land Polling Division of the South Okanagan 
Electoral District.” 

GEO. S. PEARSON, 

Provincial Secretary. 
Pi ovincial Secretary’s Office, 

Victoria, B.C. * 2336-de24 


“LIQUOR-CONTROL PLEBISCITES ACT.” 

December 17th, 191+7. 

N OTICE is hereby given that His Honour 
the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, by 
Order in Council No. 2554, approved on the 
17th day of December, 1947, has been pleased 
to make the following regulation, pursuant to 
section 16 of the “ Liquor-control Plebiscites 
Act”:— 

That E. Ross Oatman, of Kelowna, Registrar 
of Voters for the South Okanagan Electoral 
District, be authorized to appoint a sufficient 
number of persons to act as scrutineers, with¬ 
out remuneration therefor, so that there may 
be two scrutineers in attendance at each 
polling-booth in the West Summerland Poll¬ 
ing Division of the said electoral district 
during the voting and counting of the ballots 


in connection with the submission to a vote of 
the electors under the said Act, to be held 
pursuant to the Proclamation to be issued 
under this Order in Council, one of such scruti¬ 
neers to be appointed to represent those desir¬ 
ous of obtaining an affirmative answer to the 
question so submitted and one to represent 
those desirous of obtaining a negative answer. 

2337-de24 


PROCLAMATIONS. 


[l.s.] C. A. BANKS, 

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. 

To all to whom these presents shall come — 
Greeting. 

A PROCLAMATION. 

G. S. Wismer, \ Xl^HEREAS in and by 
Attorney-General. { VV section 3 of chapter 
161 of the “ Revised Statutes of British Co¬ 
lumbia, 1936,” being the “ Liquor-control 
Plebiscites Act,” it is provided that the 
Lieutenant-Governor in Council shall fix by 
Proclamation the date for taking the vote on 
any question to be submitted to the electors 
under the provisions of the said Act, and shall 
order the issue of writs in His Majesty’s name 
for taking the vote, and shall determine the 
form of the writs, and shall fix the date for the 
return of the writs; and 

Whereas Our said Lieutenant-Governor, by 
and with the advice of Our Executive Council, 
has been pleased to direct, by Order in Council 
in that behalf, that the question set out in the 
form of ballot contained therein shall be sub¬ 
mitted to a vote of the electors of the West 
Summerland Polling Division of the South 
Okanagan Electoral District, and that the date 
of taking the said vote shall be Tuesday, the 
thirteenth day of January, 1948, and that a 
Writ in the form provided by the said Order 
in Council shall issue, to bear date the nine¬ 
teenth day of December, 1947, and to be 
returnable on or before the thirteenth day of 
February, 1948. 

Now know YE that We do by these presents 
proclaim and declare that the date for taking 
the vote of the electors in the West Summer- 
land Polling Division of the South Okanagan 
Electoral District on the question set out in 
the form of ballot contained in the aforesaid 
Order in Council shall be Tuesday, the thir¬ 
teenth day of January, 1948, and that a Writ 
as aforesaid shall issue, to bear date the 
nineteenth day of December, 1947, and to be 
returnable on or before the thirteenth day of 
February, 1948. 

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 Charles Arthur 
Banks, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said 
Province of British Columbia, in Our City 
of Victoria, in Our said Province, this 
seventeenth day of December, in the year 
of our Lord one thousand nine hundi’ed 
and forty-seven, and in the twelfth year 
of Our Reign. 

By Command. 

GEO. S. PEARSON, 

2339-de24 Provincial Secretary. 












December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3825 


PROCLAMATIONS. 


[l.s.] C. A. BANKS, 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

CANADA: 

PROVINCE OE 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. 

To all to whom these presents shall come — 
Greeting. 

A PROCLAMATION. 

G. S. WiSMER, j TVTHEREAS by Order 
Attorney-General. | VV j n Council No. 279, 
approved on the 13th day of March, 1936, and 
pursuant to the provisions of section 34 d of 
the “ Public Libraries Act,” being chapter 141 
of the “ Revised Statutes of British Columbia, 
1924,” as enacted by the “ Public Libraries 
Act Amendment Act, 1933,” the municipalities 
and rural school districts as set forth therein 
were constituted a union library district under 
Part IVa of the said Act, to be known as the 
Okanagan Union Library District: 

Whereas by section 40 (h) of the “ Public 
Libraries Act,” being chapter 154 of the “ Re¬ 
vised Statutes of British Columbia, 1936,” the 
Board of Management of a union library dis¬ 
trict has power to enter into an agreement in 
writing for adding to the union library dis¬ 
trict any municipality or school district which 
may subsequent to the issuance of the Procla¬ 
mation referred to in section 38 of the said 
Act, through its Council or Board of School 
Trustees, express the desire to form part of 
the union library district: 

Whereas an agreement has been received 
pursuant to the said section 40 (h), entered 
into between the Okanagan Union Library 
District and the Board of School Trustees of 
the School District of Armstrong, No. 21, on 
the 28th day of November, 1947, providing 
for the inclusion of the said School District of 
Armstrong, No. 21, in the Okanagan Union 
Library District: 

Wffiereas accompanying the said agreement 
is a report of the Public Library Commission 
thereon, as required by the said section 40 (h) : 

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, and pursuant to the 
said section 40 (h) of the “ Public Libraries 
Act,” the issuance of a Proclamation extending 
the limits of the Okanagan Union Library 
District so as to include the area of lands 
within the School District of Armstrong, No. 
21, within the limits of the Okanagan Union 
Library District. 

Now know YE that in pursuance thereof 
We do hereby proclaim and declare the limits 
of the Okanagan Union Library District ex¬ 
tended so as to include the area of lands within 
the School District of Armstrong, No. 21. 

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 Charles Arthur 
Banks, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said 
Province of British Columbia, in Our City 
of Victoria, in Our said Province, this 
seventeenth day of December, in the year 
of our Lord one thousand nine hundred 
and forty-seven, and in the twelfth year 
of Our Reign. 

By Command. 

GEO. S. PEARSON, 

2340-de24 Provincial Secretary. 


PROCLAMATIONS. 


[L.S.] c. A. BANKS, 

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. 

To all to whom these presents shall come — 
Greeting. 

A PROCLAMATION. 

G. S. Wismer, i VVTHEREAS in and by 
Attorney-General. } VV subsection (2) of sec¬ 
tion 3 of chapter 161 of the “ Revised Statutes 
of British Columbia, 1936,” being the “ Liquor- 
control Plebiscites Act,” it is provided that 
the Lieutenant-Governor in Council shall fix 
by Proclamation the date for taking the vote 
on any question to be submitted to the electors 
under the provisions of the said Act, and shall 
order the issue of writs in His Majesty’s name 
for taking the vote, and shall determine the 
form of the writs, and shall fix the date for 
the return of the writs; and 

Whereas Our said Lieutenant-Governor, by 
and with the advice of Our Executive Council, 
has been pleased to direct, by Order in Coun¬ 
cil in that behalf, that the question set out 
in the form of ballot contained in the said 
section shall be submitted to a vote of the 
electors of the South Westminster Polling 
Division of the Delta Electoral District, and 
that the date of taking the said vote shall be 
Saturday, the seventeenth day of January, 
1948, and that a Writ in the form provided 
by the said Order in Council shall issue, to 
bear date the nineteenth day of December, 

1947, and to be returnable on or before the 
seventeenth day of February, 1948. 

Now know ye that We do by these presents 
proclaim and declare that the date for taking 
the vote of the electors in the South West¬ 
minster Polling Division of the Delta Electoral 
District on the question set out in the form of 
ballot contained in subsection (2) of section 
3 of the “ Liquor-control Plebiscites Act ” shall 
be Saturday, the seventeenth day of January, 

1948, and that a Writ as aforesaid shall issue, 
to bear date the nineteenth day of December, 
1947, and to be returnable on or before the 
seventeenth day of February, 1948. 

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 Charles Arthur 
Banks, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said 
Province of British Columbia, in Our City 
of Victoria, in Our said Province, this 
seventeenth day of December, in the year 
of our Lord one thousand nine hundred 
and forty-seven, and in the twelfth year 
of Our Reign. 

By Command. 

GEO. S. PEARSON, 

2338-de24 Provincial Secretary. 

DEPARTMENT OF WORKS. 


SAANICH ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


Canora Road. 

N OTICE is given, pursuant to section 8 of 
the “ Highway Act,” that the former 
Canadian Northern Pacific Railway Company’s 
right-of-way in Section 6, Range 3 east, North 
Saanich District, is hereby established as a 


















3826 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


public highway, 66 feet in width, from the 
northerly boundary of Thomas Road (Breed’s 
Cross-road) to the northerly boundary of said 
Section 6, and having a length of 1,618 feet, 
more or less, as shown on plan deposited in 
the Land Registry Office at Victoria, B.C., 
under “ No. 4 R.W.” 

A copy of said Plan No. 4 R.W. is deposited 
in the Provincial Department of Public Works, 
Victoria, B.C., under “ Canadian National 
Railway No. 216-7.” 

E. C. CARSON, 
Minister of Public Works. 

Department of Public Works, 

Parliament Buildings, 

Victoria, B.C., December 23rd, 19^7. 

P.W. File 77-3. 2347-de23 


CRANBROOK ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


Establishing Southern Trans-Provincial 
Highway Diversion in Marysville. 

N OTICE is given, pursuant to section 8 of 
the “ Highway Act,” that the following 
described highway, having a width of 66 feet, 
in Marysville, is hereby established as a public 
highway, namely:— 

All those portions of Lots 17 to 32, inclu¬ 
sive, of Block 1 of Lot 2378, Registered Plan 
733 a, Kootenay District, as shown outlined in 
red on a plan recorded in the Provincial De¬ 
partment of Public Works, Parliament Build¬ 
ings, Victoria, B.C. 

E. C. CARSON, 
Minister of Public Works. 

Department of Public Works, 

Parliament Buildings, 

Victoria, B.C., December 23rd, 19U7. 
P.W. File 19. 2346~de24 


DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 
AND WELFARE. 


“ MARRIAGE ACT.” 

N OTICE is hereby given that the registra¬ 
tions under the “ Marriage Act ” of the 
following ministers and clergymen authorized 
to solemnize marriage in the Province of Brit¬ 
ish Columbia have been cancelled:— 

D. 

DAFOE, REV. F. W. 

Chemainus. 

Convention of Baptist Churches. Cert. No. 
740. 

Cancelled November 29th, 1947. 

DOBKO, O.S.B.M., REV. THEODOSIUS. 

431 Princess Avenue, Vancouver. 

Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church of Canada. 
Cert. No. 2316. 

Cancelled December 20th, 1947. 

H. 

HARGREAVES, REV. HAROLD FRED¬ 
ERICK. 

456 Seventeenth Avenue West, Vancouver. 
Reformed Episcopal Church. Cert. No. 3551. 
Cancelled December 9th, 1947. 

J. 

JOHNSON, REV. CHARLES D. 

152 Sixth Avenue West, Vancouver. 

African Methodist Episcopal Church. Cert. 
No. 3569. 

Cancelled December 3rd, 1947. 

N. 

NIELSON, REV. REX. L. 

1513 Bank Street, Victoria. 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 
Saints. Cert. No. 3779. 

Cancelled December 6th, 1947. 


T. 

TRUMPOUR, M.A., B.D., REV. H. R. 

6050 Chancellor Boulevard, Vancouver. 
Church of England. Cert. No. 257. 
Cancelled December 11th, 1947. 

Dated at Victoria, B.C., this 22nd day of 
December, 1947. 

PERCY W. WESTON, 
2342-de24 Acting Director of Vital Statistics. 


“ MARRIAGE ACT.” 

rTlHE following is a supplementary list of 
ministers and clergymen who, since the 
publication of the list appearing in The Brit¬ 
ish Columbia Gazette of November 27th, 1947, 
page 3521, have been registered under the 
“ Marriage Act ” as authorized to solemnize 
marriage in the Province of British Colum¬ 
bia :— 

B. 

BROWN, REV. GRADY. 

742 Jackson Avenue, Vancouver. 

African Methodist Episcopal Church. Cert. 
No. 4079. 

D. 

DAY, REV. W. F. 

3104 Second Avenue West, Vancouver. 
Church of England. Cert. No. 4078. 
DZYGOLYK, O.S.B.M., REV. DENIS. 

431 Princess Avenue, Vancouver. 

Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church of Canada. 
Cert. No. 4082. 

F. 

FROESE, REV. PETER J. 

Matsqui. 

Conference of United Mennonite Churches 
of B.C. Cert. No. 4084. 

L. 

LARK, REV. G. A. W. 

420 Eighth Avenue East, Vancouver. 

Church of England. Cert. No. 4083. 

P. 

PETERSON, REV. HJALMAR O. 

Nelson. 

Evangelical Mission Covenant Church of 
America. Cert. No. 4080. 

PRICE, REV. R. H. 

3450 Calumet Avenue, Victoria. 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. 
Cert. No. 4081. 

Dated at Victoria, B.C., this 22nd day of 
December, 1947. 

PERCY W. WESTON, 
2341-de24 Acting Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 4th day of 
December, 1947, at the hour of 2.58 o’clock 
in the afternoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“Change of Name Act” of British Colum¬ 
bia :— 

Original name: Joseph Wolinsky. 

Domiciled at 3259 Tenth Avenue West, Van¬ 
couver, in the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to Joseph Wall. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
5th day of December, 1947. 

PERCY W. WESTON, 
2329-de24 Acting Director of Vital Statistics. 


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 

"M"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,” 

















December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3827 


by me, Betty May Roberts, of 1320 Yates 
Street, in the City of Victoria, in the Province 
of British Columbia, as follows:— 

To change my name from Betty May Roberts 
to Betty May Amos. 

Dated this 16th day of December, 1947. 

2541-de24 BETTY MAY ROBERTS. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

mHIS is to certify that on the 1st day of 
J- December, 1947, at the hour of 11.11 o’clock 
in the forenoon, the following- change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“Change of Name Act” of British Colum¬ 
bia :— 

Original name: Paul Shawaga (also known 
as Roger Paul Shawaga). 

Domiciled at 251 Twelfth Avenue East, Van¬ 
couver, in the Province of British Columbia. 
Name changed to Roger Paul Shaw. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
2nd day of December, 1947. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2329-de24 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

T HIS is to certify that on the 6th day of 
December, 1947, at the hour of 10.58 o’clock 
in the forenoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“Change of Name Act” of British Colum¬ 
bia :— 

Original name: Bessie Tanner. 

Domiciled at Suite 15, 1241 Homer Street, 
Vancouver, in the Province of British Co¬ 
lumbia. 

Name changed to Carell Tanner. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
10th day of December, 1947. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2329-de24 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 


T HIS is to certify that on the 1st day of 
December, 1947, at the hour of 11.10 o’clock 
in the forenoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“ Chang-e of Name Act” of British Colum¬ 
bia :— 

Original name: Bernard Edmond Alphonse 
V andendriessche. 

Domiciled at McKenzie Avenue, North Kam¬ 
loops, in the Province of Bi’itish Columbia. 
Name changed to Bernard Edmond Vanden. 
Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
2nd day of December, 1947. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2329-de24 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

T HIS is to certify that on the 11th day of 
December, 1947, at the hour of 3.16 o’clock 
in the afternoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act ” of British Colum¬ 
bia :— 

Original name: Doreen Cherie Curry. 
Domiciled at 737 McClure Street, Victoria, 
in the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to Doreen Cherie Brunell. 
Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
11th day of December, 1947. 

PERCY W. WESTON, 
2329-de24 Acting Director of Vital Statistics. 


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 
CHANGE OF NAME. 

N OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Director of Vital Statis¬ 
tics for changes of name, pursuant to the pro¬ 
visions of the “ Change of Name Act,” by me, 


Peter John Purkow, of Cranberry Lake, in the 
Province of British Columbia, as follows:— 

To change my name from Peter John Pur¬ 
kow to Peter John Parry, my wife’s name from 
Evelyn Ruth Purkow to Evelyn Ruth Parry, 
and my minor unmarried children’s names 
from Judiruth Purkow to Judiruth Parry and 
Peter Mark Purkow to Peter Mark Parry. 
Dated this 18th day of December, 1947. 

2539-de24 PETER JOHN PURKOW. 

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

T HIS is to certify that on the 4th day of 
December, 1947, at the hour of 2.58 o’clock 
in the afternoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“Change of Name Act” of British Colum¬ 
bia:— 

Original name: Richard Ralph Woodward 
MacLaren. 

Domiciled at 3737 Pine Crescent, Vancouver, 
in the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to Grant Woodward Mac¬ 
Laren. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
5th day of December, 1947. 

PERCY W. WESTON, 
2329-de24 Acting Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

T HIS is to certify that on the 11th day of 
December, 1947, at the hour of 3.57 o’clock 
in the afternoon, the following changes of name 
were effected under the provisions of the 
“Change of Name Act” of British Colum¬ 
bia :— 

Original name: Elia Ivchenko (otherwise 
known as Eli Leo Ivchenko). 

Domiciled at Pemberton Road, Alberni, in 
the Province /of British Columbia. 

Name changed to Eli Leo Ivens. 

Particulars of wife: Name of Cecilia Halas 
Ivchenko changed to Cecilia Hales Ivens. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
11th day of December, 1947. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2329-de24 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

T HIS is to certify that on the 11th day of 
December, 1947, at the hour of 3.57 o’clock 
in the afternoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act ” of British Colum¬ 
bia :— 

Original name: Herbert Gordon Pease. 
Domiciled at 2266 Twenty-eighth Avenue 
East, Vancouver, in the Province of British 
Columbia. 

Name changed to Marke Paise. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
11th day of December, 1947. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2329-de24 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

T HIS is to certify that on the 2nd day of 
December, 1947, at the hour of 4.22 o’clock 
in the afternoon, the following changes of name 
were effected under the provisions of the 
“Change of Name Act” of British Colum¬ 
bia :— 

Original name: Ambrose Vincent Stefan. 
Domiciled at 2068 Topping Street, Trail, in 
the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to Ambrose Vincent Steffan. 
Particulars of wife: Name of Doris Namona 
Stefan changed to Doris Ramona Steffan. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
4th day of December, 1947. 

PERCY W. WESTON, 
2329-de24 Acting Director of Vital Statistics, 




















3828 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 
AND WELFARE. 

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 6th day of 
December, 1947, at the hour of 10.58 o’clock 
in the forenoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“Change of Name Act” of British Colum¬ 
bia :— 

Original name: Stephen Golston. 

Domiciled at 3959 Thirty-fourth Avenue 
West, Vancouver, in the Province of British 
Columbia. 

Name changed to Stefan Golston. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
10th day of December, 1947. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2329-de24 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 2nd day of 
December, 1947, at the hour of 4.22 o’clock 
in the afternoon, the following changes of name 
were effected under the provisions of the 
“ Change of Name Act ” of British Colum¬ 
bia :— 

Original name: Otto Herman Bruhn. 

Domiciled at 3874 Union Street, Vancouver, 
in the Province of British Columbia. 

Name changed to Otto Herman Bi'een. 

Particulars of wife: Name of Edith Jane 
Bruhn changed to Edith Jane Breen. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
4th day of December, 1947. 

PERCY W. WESTON, 
2329-de24 Acting Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 11th day of 
December, 1947, at the hour of 4.02 o’clock 
in the afternoon, the following change of name 
was effected under the provisions of the 
“Change of Name Act” of British Colum¬ 
bia :— 

Original name: George Gerard Joseph 
Dumont. 

Domiciled at 1406 White Road, R.R. 7, New 
Westminster, in the Province of British 
Columbia. 

Name changed to George Gerard Martin. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
11th day of December, 1948. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2329-de24 Director of Vital Statistics. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME. 

HIS is to certify that on the 1st day of 
December, 1947, at the hour of 11.10 o’clock 
in the forenoon, the following changes of name 
were effected under the provisions of the 
“Change of Name Act” of British Colum¬ 
bia :— 

Original name: Joseph Drawson. 

Domiciled at 1258 Westminster Highway, 
R.R. 2, Vancouver, in the Province of British 
Columbia. 

Name changed to Joseph Dawson. 

Particulars of wife: Name of Nina Di'aw- 
son changed to Nina Dawson. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 
2nd day of December, 1947. 

J. D. B. SCOTT, 

2329-de24 Director of Vital Statistics. 


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 busi¬ 
ness 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 :— 

1948—Winter Assize. 

Vancouver, Tuesday, January 6th, 1948— 
Criminal. 

1948—Spring Assizes. 

Nanaimo, Monday, April 5th, 1948—Crim¬ 
inal and Civil. 

New Westminster, Monday, April 12th, 1948 
—Criminal. 

Prince Rupert, Monday, May 10th, 1948— 
Criminal and Civil. 

Prince George, Monday, May 17th, 1948— 
Criminal and Civil. 

Williams Lake, Friday, May 21st, 1948— 
Criminal and Civil. 

Kamloops, Monday, May 3rd, 1948—Crim¬ 
inal and Civil. 

Revelstoke, Friday, May 7th, 1948—Crim¬ 
inal and Civil. 

Fernie, Thursday, May 20th, 1948—Crim¬ 
inal and Civil. 

Nelson, Tuesday, May 25th, 1948—Criminal 
and Civil. 

Victoria, Monday, May 3rd, 1948—Criminal. 

Vancouver, Monday, May 3rd, 1948—Crim¬ 
inal. 

1948—Fall Assizes. 

Vancouver, Tuesday, September 7th, 1948—- 
Criminal. 

Nanaimo, Tuesday, October 12th, 1948— 
Criminal and Civil. 

Victoria, Monday, November 1st, 1948— 
Criminal. 

New Westminster, Monday, November 15th, 
1948—Criminal. 

Kamloops, Monday, October 25th, 1948— 
Criminal and Civil. 

Revelstoke, Friday, October 29th, 1948— 
Criminal and Civil. 

Cranbrook, Thursday, November 18th, 1948 
—Criminal and Civil. 

Nelson, Monday, November 22nd, 1948— 
Criminal and Civil. 

Prince Rupert, Monday, September 27th, 
1948—Criminal and Civil. 

Prince George, Monday, October 4th, 1948 
—Criminal and Civil. 

Quesnel, Friday, October 8th, 1948—Crim¬ 
inal 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:— 

1948—Spring Assize. 

Vernon, Monday, May 10th, 1948—Criminal 
and Civil. 

1948—Fall Assize. 

Vernon, Monday, November 1st, 1948— 
Criminal and Civil. 

G. S. WISMER, 

Attorney-General. 
Attorney-General’8 Department, 

Victoria, B.C., December 13th, 19^7. 

2317-del8 

















December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3829 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


TIMBER SALE X42967. 

HERE will be offei’ed for sale at public 
auction, at 12 o’clock noon on Tuesday, 
the 10th day of February, 1948, in the office 
of the Forest Ranger at Terrace, B.C., the 
Licence X42967, to cut 9,050,000 F.B.M. of 
standing and felled hemlock, spruce, cedar, and 
cottonwood, and 12,355 lineal feet of poles and 
piling on Lots 1927, 1928, and 1929, Old Remo 
Road, 9 miles from Terrace, Range 5, Coast 
Land District. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Prince Rupert, B.C. 2077-de4 


TIMBER SALE X39475. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 4 o’clock in the afternoon (local 
time) on the 20th day of January, 1948, in 
the office of the Forest Ranger at Cranbrook, 
B.C., the Licence X39475, to cut 3,550,000 
F.B.M. of fir, larch, and yellow pine on an 
area comprising parts of Sub-lots 4 and 5 of 
Lot 328, and Lots 6221, 9094, 9095, and 9096, 
near Linklater Creek, Kootenay Land District. 

Five years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Nelson, B.C. 2311-del8 

TIMBER SALE X36285. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Monday, the 1st day of March, 1948, in the 
office of the District Forester, Marine Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X36285, to 
cut 16,060,000 F.B.M. of fir, cedar, hemlock, 
and balsam on parts of Lots 2120, 2865, and 
2863 a, situated on Purcell Creek, Harrison 
Lake, New Westminster, B.C. 

Four years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Marine Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

2327-de24 

TIMBER SALE X43738. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 2 o’clock in the afternoon on 
Monday, the 5th day of January, 1948, in the 
office of the District Forester, Marine Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X43738, to 
cut 1,156,000 board-feet of fir, cedar, and hem¬ 
lock on an area situated near Brown’s Bay, 
Sayward District. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Marine Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

2327-de24 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


KOOTENAY 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 De¬ 
partment of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
and at the office of the Government Agent, 
Revelstoke:— 

Lot 15179.—-Fowler & Peak, Application to 
Lease. 

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. 

N. C. STEWART, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., December 4th, 1947. 

2099-de4 

YALE DIVISION OF YALE 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 De¬ 
partment of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
and at the office of the Government Agent, 
New Westminster:— 

Lot 1617.—Mountain Sawmills, Ltd., Applica¬ 
tion to Lease. 

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. 

N. C. STEWART, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., December 4th, 1947. 

2099-de4 


OSOYOOS DIVISION OF YALE 
DISTRICT. 

N 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 
Department of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
and at the office of the Government Agent, 
Vernon:— 

Lot 5047.—“ Perseverance.” 

„ 5048.—“ Golden Horseshoe.” 

„ 5049.—“ Lumberjack.” 

N. C. STEWART, 

Survey or-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., December 4th, 1947. 

2099-de4 


TIMBER SALE X43655. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 4 o’clock in the afternoon (local 
time) on Tuesday, the 17th day of February, 
1948, in the office of the Forest Ranger at 
Cranbrook, B.C., the Licence X43655, to cut 
4,355,000 F.B.M. of larch, spruce, fir, balsam, 
and yellow pine on an area situated on Teepee 
Creek, Kootenay Land District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Nelson, B.C. 2311-del8 









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3830 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


COWICHAN 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 De¬ 
partment of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
and at the office of the Government Agent, 
Nanaimo:— 

Lot 322.—Peter Lomberis and Versame Ma- 
lamos, Application to Lease. 

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. 

N. C. STEWART, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., December 1+th, 191+7. 

2099-de4 


CASSIAR 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 De¬ 
partment of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
and at the office of the Government Agent, 
Atlin:— 

Lot 3910.—Cemetery-site, Village of Atlin. 

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. 

N. C. STEWART, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., December 1+th, 191+7. 

2099-de4 


RANGE 2, COAST 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 De¬ 
partment of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
and at the office of the Government Agent, 
Vancouver:— 

Lot 1508.—Evans Products Co., Ltd., Applica¬ 
tion to Lease. 

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. 

N. C. STEWART, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., December 1+th, 191+7. 

2099-de4 

TIMBER SALE X43243. 

EALED TENDERS will be received by the 
Minister of Lands and Forests at Victoria, 
B.C., not later than 11 o’clock in the forenoon 
on Monday, the 5th day of January, 1948, for 
the purchase of Licence X43243, to cut 2,200,000 
feet of hemlock, cedar, balsam, and fir on an 
area situated east of Camp Point, Johnstone 
Strait, Sayward 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, Marine Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

2077-de4 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 

NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT. 

OTICE is hereby given that the undermen¬ 
tioned tracts of land, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart¬ 
ment of Lands and Forests, Victoria, and at 
the office of the Government Agent, Vancou¬ 
ver:— 

Lot 3547, Gp. 1.—Harry Bruce Thomas, Home- 
site TiP3sp 

Let 5996, Gp. 1.—North West Towing Co., 
Ltd., Application to Lease, September 15th, 
1947. 

Lot 6041, Gp. 1.—The British American Oil 
Co., Ltd., Application to Lease, April 25th, 
1947. 

Persons considering their rights adversely 
affected by the above surveys must furnish a 
statement of their contention to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests within thirty days from 
the date of this notice. 

N. C. STEWART, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., December 1+th, 191+7. 

2099-de4 


TIMBER SALE X43422. 

EALED TENDERS will be received by the 
District Forester, Marine Building, Van¬ 
couver, B.C., not later than noon on the 5th 
day of January, 1948, for the purchase of 
Licence X43422, to cut 253,000 board-feet of 
fir, hemlock, and balsam, and 20 cords of cord- 
wood on an area situated near Drew Harbour, 
on Quadra Island, Sayward 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, Marine Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

2327-de24 


CERTIFICATES OF 
IMPROVEMENTS. 


BLACK DIAMOND MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the New Westminster Mining Di¬ 
vision. Where located: Four miles in an 
easterly direction from Jessica on Dewd- 
ney Creek and Cedar Creek. Lawful 
holder: George H. Lyons. Number of the 
holder’s free miner’s certificate: 20553F. 

AKE NOTICE that George H. Lyons, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 20553f, intends at 
the end of sixty days from the date hereof, 
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifi¬ 
cate 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 22nd day of December, 1947. 

2543-de24 


QUEEN ANN No. 1 AND QUEEN ANN 
• FRACTION MINERAL CLAIMS. 

Situate in the Nelson Mining Division. Where 
located: On the north side of Mount 
Waldie. Lawful holder: Sheep Creek 
Gold Mines, Ltd. Number of the holder’s 
free miner’s certificate: 10000f. 

AKE NOTICE that I, A. L. Purdy, acting 
as agent for the lawful holder, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 10000F, intend, at the 


























December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3831 


end of sixty days from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates 
of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining 
Crown grants of the above claims. 

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

Dated this 16th day of December, 1947. 

2406-dell 


PHAROAH FRACTIONAL AND QUEEN 
OF SHEBA FRACTIONAL MINERAL 
CLAIMS. 

Situate in the Nelson Mining Division. Where 
located: Tamarac Mountain, Ymir. Law¬ 
ful holder: E. W. Widdowson. Number 
of the holder’s free miner’s certificate: 
17990F. 

mAKE NOTICE that E. W. Widdowson, of 
Nelson, B.C., intends at the end of sixty 
days from the date hereof, to apply to the 
Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improve¬ 
ments for the purpose of obtaining Crown 
grants of the above claims. 

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

Dated this 31st day of October, 1947. 

2283-dell 


GOLDEN EAGLE No. 2, GOLDEN EAGLE 
No. 3, AND GOLDEN EAGLE No. 5 
MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Nelson Mining Division. Where 
located: Near the head of Hall Creek, ad¬ 
joining the Golden Eagle Mineral Claim 
L. 4215. Lawful holder: William Rozan. 

T AKE NOTICE that Boyd C. Affleck, of 
Nelson, B.C., agent for William Rozan, 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. 17807f, intends, 
at the end of sixty days from the date hereof, 
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifi¬ 
cate 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 10th day of October, 1947. 

2120-no20 


GOOD HOPE AND DOROTHEA 
(GROUPED) MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Nelson Mining Division. Where 
located: On and adjacent to Bird Creek 
about 10 miles south-west of Nelson. Law¬ 
ful holders: William E. Coles and William 
H. Foster. Number of holders’ free miner’s 
certificates: Coles 17979F and Foster 

17987F. 

T AKE NOTICE that William H. Foster of 
810 Victoria Street, Nelson, B.C., Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 17987F, intends, at the 
end of sixty days from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Mining Recorder for certificates 
of improvements for the purpose of obtaining 
Crown grants of the above claims. 

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

Dated this 29th day of October, 1947. 
1984-nol3 W. H. FOSTER. 


PETROLEUM AND NATURAL- 
GAS LICEN CES. _ 

FORT GEORGE LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Phillips Petroleum 
Company, of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, 
U.S.A., producers and marketers of petroleum 
and its products, intends to apply for a permit 
to prospect for petroleum and natural gas on 
the location described as follows, situate in 
the vicinity of Lone Mountain: Commencing 
at a post planted at a point on the Monkman 
Road which is approximately 5.7 miles S. 79 
W. of the trapper’s cabin at the forks of Red 
Willow Creek; thence west 1 mile; thence 
north 1 mile; thence west 1 mile; thence 
north 1 mile; thence west 1 mile; thence 
north 2 miles; thence west 3 miles; thence 
north 1 mile; thence west 2 miles to the north¬ 
west corner of the area; thence south 3 miles; 
thence east 1 mile; thence south 1 mile; 
thence east 1 mile; thence south 1 mile; thence 
east 1 mile; thence south 1 mile; thence east 
1 mile; thence south 1 mile; thence east 1 
mile; thence south 1 mile; thence east 1 mile; 
thence south 1 mile; thence east 1 mile; 
thence south 1 mile; thence east 4 miles 
to the south-east corner of the area; thence 
north 2 miles; thence west 1 mile; thence 
north 1 mile; thence west 1 mile; thence 
nortlfi 1 mile; thence west 1 mile; thence 
north 1 mile to the point of commencement, 
and containing 29,440 acres, more or less. 

Dated at Fort St. John, B.C., this 25th day 
of November, 1947. 

PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY. 
2188-de4 


LAND LEASES. 


BARCLAY LAND DISTRICT. 

Recording District of Alberni. 

AKE NOTICE that Bloedel, Stewart, & 
Welch, Limited, of Port Alberni, B.C., 
wood-product manufacturers, intends to apply 
for a lease of the following described lands, 
situate about 12 miles from the head of the 
Alberni Canal: Commencing at a post planted 
about 2,300 feet east from the south-west cor¬ 
ner of Lot 77, Barclay Land District; thence 
south 1,320 feet; thence east 2,640 feet; 
thence north 1,320 feet; thence west 2,640 
feet to point of commencement, and containing 
80 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 4th, 1947. 

BLOEDEL, STEWART, & WELCH, 
LIMITED. 

2405-dell Alan Stewart, Agent. 


PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Bell & Bartholet, of 
Fort Nelson, B.C., garage and service- 
station operators, intend to apply for a lease 
of the following described lands, for the pur¬ 
pose of a garage and service-station, situate 
at junction of Airport Road, north corner, at 
Fort Nelson, Mile 299 V 2 , Alaska Highway: 
Commencing at a post planted 150 feet from 
the centre of Alaska Highway and 295 feet 
from the centre of Airport Access-road; thence 
west 300 feet; thence north 750 feet; thence 
east to Airport Road, 150 feet from centre; 
thence south following contour of road reserve 
to starting-point, and containing 5 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated December 1st, 1947. 

BELL & BARTHOLET. 
2473-del8 Per James Bell. 































3832 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


LAND LEASES. 


PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that George William Elli¬ 
son, of Mile 300, Alaska Highway, garage 
manager, intends to apply for a lease of the 
following described lands, for residence and 
business purposes, situate at Mile 300, Alaska 
Highway, approximately 6 miles from Fort 
Nelson Post-office: Commencing at Post 73/ 
260 west; thence to Post No. 72/260 east, and 
containing 3 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 3rd, 1947. 

2453-del8 GEORGE W. ELLISON. 


KOOTENAY LAND DISTRICT. 


Recording District of Nelson. 

AKE NOTICE that Reid W. Gardiner, of 
R.R. 1, Nelson, B.C., manufacturer, intends 
to apply for a lease of the following described 
lands, for construction of marine ways, wharf, 
and float, situate on the north shore of Koot¬ 
enay Lake, in front of property described as 
“ parts of the portions of Lot 372, Kootenay 
District, and Parcel No. 1 (D.D. 10457i) 

thereof shown outlined in red and green on 
Reference Plan 64788l, the said parts being 
shown outlined in red on Reference Plan 
69862i Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-east corner of Parcel No. 1 of Lot 372, 
Kootenay District, as hereinabove described; 
thence south-east 500 feet; thence north-east 
216 feet; thence north-west 500 feet to north¬ 
east corner of said Parcel No. 1 of Lot 372; 
thence south-west along boundary to the south¬ 
east corner of said Parcel No. 1 of Lot 372, 
and containing 2.48 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 3rd, 1947. 

2403-dell REID WOODROW GARDINER. 


NEW WESTMINSTER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Albert E. Thomas, of 
Mission City, B.C., logging and sawmill 
operator, intends to apply for a lease of the 
following described lands, for the purpose of 
booming logs, situate on the Fraser River, 
fronting on Lot 5962, Group 1, New West¬ 
minster District, at Hatzic: Commencing at an 
iron post at • the easterly end of Lot 5962, 
Group 1, New Westminster District; thence 
southerly 200 feet, more or less; thence west¬ 
erly 2,175 feet, more or less; thence northerly 
200 feet, more or less, to an iron post on the 
westerly end of Lot 5962, New Westminster 
District, Group 1; thence easterly following 
the sinuosities of the Fraser River to point 
of commencement, and containing 10 aci’es, 
more or less. 

Dated December 5th, 1947. 

2411-dell ALBERT EDWARD THOMAS. 


PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Fred Allen, of Lower 
Post, B.C., trapper and prospector, intends 
to apply for a lease of the following described 
lands, situate at Lower Post, on the Liard 
River, one-quarter mile from the Alaska High¬ 
way: Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-west corner of the church property, ap¬ 
proximately 5 chains from the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve, Lot 5461b; thence 
north 5 chains; thence west 5 chains; thence 
south 5 chains; thence east 5 chains, and con¬ 
taining 5 acres, more or less. 

Dated September 18th, 1947. 

2189-de4 FRED ALLEN. 


LAND LEASES. 


PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Gladys E. Tucker, of 
Fort St. John, B.C., housewife, intends to 
apply for a lease of the following described 
lands, for the purpose of a hotel, situate 415 
feet south of the Beatton River Bridge on the 
Alaska Highway: Commencing at a post 
planted 415 feet south of the Beatton River 
Bridge and 100 feet west of the centre line 
of the Alaska Highway; thence south 360 
feet; thence west 660 feet; thence north 360 
feet; thence east 660 feet, and containing 5 
acres, more or less. 

Dated November 10th, 1947. 

2189-de4 GLADYS E. TUCKER. 


PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Murray McTavish, of 
Dawson Creek, B.C., labourer, intends to 
apply for a lease of the following described 
lands, for grazing purposes, situate in the 
vicinity of Clayhurst: Commencing at a post 
planted 2 miles north of the north-east corner 
of Section 35, Township 84, Range 15, west 
of the 6th meridian; thence north 80 chains; 
thence east 80 chains; thence south 80 chains; 
thence west 80 chains, and containing 640 
acres, more or less. 

Dated November 25th, 1947. 

MURRAY McTAVISH, 
2258-dell A. McTavish, Agent. 


PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Edith Blanche Long- 
hurst, of Fort St. John, B.C., housewife, 
intends to apply for a lease of the following 
described lands, for the purpose of residence 
and accommodation for hunters and tourists, 
situate on the Alaska Highway, approximately 
200 yards north of Mile-post 147 and on the 
north side of the Beatton River Bridge: Com¬ 
mencing at a post planted on the Alaska High¬ 
way approximately 200 yards north of Mile¬ 
post 147 and on the north side of the Beatton 
River bridge; thence 350 feet north; thence 
622 feet east; thence 350 feet south; thence 
622 feet west, and containing 5 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated November 8th, 1947. 

EDITH B. LONGHURST, 
2189-de4 W. J. Longhurst, Agent. 


RANGE 1, COAST DISTRICT. 


Vancouver Land Recording District. 

TT1AKE NOTICE that Sorg Pulp Company, 
-L Limited, of Vancouver, B.C., pulp-manu¬ 
facturers, intends to apply for a lease of the 
following described lands, situate at the head 
of Loughborough Inlet, about 140 miles noi’th 
of Vancouver: Commencing at a post planted 
at tide-water near the south-east corner of 
Lot 348, Range 1, Coast District, where it 
joins T.L. 6624P on the west of said inlet; 
thence following north-westerly along the shore 
to the south-east corner of Lot 347; thence 
north-easterly along the shore to the north¬ 
east corner of Lot 347 for 20 chains, more or 
less; thence east 10 chains; thence south¬ 
westerly 35 chains, more or less, to the point 
of commencement, and containing 35 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December 1st, 1947. 

SORG PULP COMPANY, LIMITED. 
2229-de4 H. W. Brown, Agent. 
























December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3833 


LAND LEASES. 


PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

r 11AKE NOTICE that Bell & Bartholet, of 
-L Fort Nelson, B.C., garage and service- 
station operators, intend to apply for a lease 
of the following described lands, for the pur¬ 
pose of a garage and service-station, situate 
at junction of Airport Road corner at Fort 
Nelson, Mile 29914, Alaska Highway (north 
corner, but could be described also partly north¬ 
west) : Commencing at a post planted 150 feet 
from the centre of Alaska Highway and 295 
feet from the centre of Airport Access-road; 
thence 300 feet west; thence 750 feet north; 
thence east to Airport Road, 150 feet from 
centre; thence south following contour of road 
reserve to starting-point, and containing 5 
acres, more or less. 

Dated December 1st, 1947. 


2522-de24 


BELL & BARTHOLET. 

Per James Bell. 


PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

rPAKE NOTICE that the Hudson’s Bay Com- 
-L pany, of Winnipeg, Man., fur-traders, in¬ 
tends to apply for a lease of the following 
described lands, for the establishment of a 
trading-post, situate near Mile-post 300 on the 
Alaska Highway: Commencing at a post 
planted approximately 600 feet east of Mile¬ 
post 300 on the Alaska Highway and in line 
with an iron survey-post marked 64/260; 
thence 300 feet east; thence 726 feet north; 
thence 300 feet west; thence 726 feet south, 
and containing 5 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 3rd, 1947. 

HUDSON’S BAY COMPANY. 
2437-del8 Gordon Tuke Bremner, Agent. 

NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT. 

Recording District of Vancouver. 

T AKE NOTICE that Fraser Wood Products, 
Ltd., of Vancouver, B.C., wood-processors, 
intend to apply for a lease of the following 
described lands, for booming-ground purposes, 
situate on the North Arm of the Fraser River, 
in front of Lot 8, Block J, and Lot 5, Block 3 
of Block H, District Lot 328, Group 1, New 
Westminster District: Commencing at a post 
planted at the south-east corner of Lot 8, 
Block J, District Lot 328, Map 2123; thence 
south 150 feet; thence north-westerly 218 
feet; thence north 150 feet to shore-line; 
thence south-easterly 218 feet to point of com¬ 
mencement, and containing 0.7 acre, more or 
less, save and except Beatrice Street end. 
Dated November 22nd, 1947. 

FRASER WOOD PRODUCTS, LTD. 
2218-de4 James T. Underhill, Agent. 

PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

T AKE NOTICE that William J. Longhurst, 
of Fort St. John, B.C., outfitter and guide, 
intends to apply for a lease of the following 
described lands, for the purpose of accommoda¬ 
tion for tourists and hunters, situate on the 
Alaska Highway, approximately 100 yards 
north of Mile-post 146 and on the north side 
of the Beatton River Bridge: Commencing at 
a post planted approximately 100 yards north 
of Mile-post 147, Alaska Highway, and on the 
north side of the Beatton River -Bridge; 
thence 350 feet north; thence 622 feet east; 
thence 350 feet south; thence 622 feet west, 
and containing 5 acres, more or less. 

Dated November 8th, 1947. 

2189-de4 WILLIAM J. LONGHURST. 


LAND LEASES. 


NEW WESTMINSTER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

T AKE NOTICE that William Joseph Brom¬ 
ley, 3053 Walker Avenue, New Westmin¬ 
ster, B.C.; Frank Taylor, 1560 Sixth Street, 
New Westminster, B.C.; and Albert McLean, 
1953 Napier Street, Vancouver, B.C., intend to 
apply for a lease of the following described 
lands, for the purpose of a lime-quarry, situate 
5 miles north of Agassiz and one-half mile 
west of Maria Slough: Commencing at a post 
planted at the south-east corner of the South¬ 
west Quarter of Section 8, Township 4, Range 
28, west of the 6th meridian; thence 40 chains 
north; thence 40 chains west; thence 40 chains 
south; thence 40 chains east to point of com¬ 
mencement, excepting thereout Mineral Lot 
1807, Mineral Lot 1805, and Lot 39, Group 1, 
and containing 160 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 13th, 1947. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH BROMLEY. 
FRANK TAYLOR. 

ALBERT McLEAN. 

2515-de24 W. J. Bromley, Agent. 

VICTORIA LAND RECORDING DISTRICT. 

T AKE NOTICE that Canadian Puget 
Sound Lumber & Timber Company, Lim¬ 
ited, of 401 Marine Building, Vancouver, B.C., 
body corporate, intends to apply for a lease 
of the following described lands, for the pur¬ 
pose of a booming-ground, situate on the bank 
of Jordan River near the West Coast High¬ 
way: Commencing at a post planted adjoining 
the north-west corner of Parcel B, Vancouver 
Island Power Company; thence 16 chains 
south-westerly; thence 5 chains north-west¬ 
erly; thence 16 chains north-easterly; thence 
5 chains south-westerly to point of commence¬ 
ment, and containing 8 acres, more or less. 
Dated November 26th, 1947. 

CANADIAN PUGET SOUND LUMBER & 
TIMBER COMPANY, LIMITED. 
2267-dell Per G. E. Percy. 

PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

PHARE NOTICE that Harry Noakes, of 
-L Trutch, B.C., Imperial Oil Dealer, intends 
to apply for a lease of the following described 
lands, for the purpose of establishing a home 
and for tourist facilities, situate at approxi¬ 
mately Mile 200 y 2 , Trutch, on the Alaska 
Highway: Commencing at a post planted at 
Telephone-pole No. 7/3402 and situate on the 
easterly side of the highway; thence 300 feet 
north to Telephone-pole No. 7/3404; thence 
725 feet north-east; thence 300 feet south; 
thence 725 feet south-west, and continuing 5 
acres, more or less. 

Dated November 24th, 1947. 


2281-dell 


HARRY NOAKES. 


NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT. 

Recording District of Vancouver. 

TT1AKE NOTICE that Lama-Wood Products, 
Limited, of Vancouver, B.C., wood-proces¬ 
sors, intends to apply for a lease of the follow¬ 
ing described lands, for the purpose of use as 
booming-grounds, situate in Centre Arm of 
Fraser River, fronting Lot 17 of subdivision 
of portion of Section 21, Block 5 north, Range 
6 west, New Westminster District (Plan 782) : 
Commencing at a post planted at the south¬ 
west corner of Lot 17; thence west in pro¬ 
longation of south boundary Lot 17, 200 feet; 
thence north-easterly and parallel to the bank 























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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


of the Fraser River 400 feet, more or less, to 
the westerly production of the northerly 
boundary of Lot 17; thence south-easterly 
along the westerly production of the northerly 
boundary of Lot 17, 180 feet, more or less, to 
the north-westerly corner of Lot 17; thence 
south-westerly along the bank of the Fraser 
River to point of commencement, and contain¬ 
ing 1.5 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 10th, 1947. 

LAMA-WOOD PRODUCTS, LIMITED. 
2428-del8 F. C. Underhill, Agent. 


LAND NOTICES. 


NEW WESTMINSTER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Charles Nelson Gowen, 
of Chilliwack, B.C., salesman, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the follow-" 
ing described lands, for the purpose of plant¬ 
ing trees and shrubs, also protecting water- 
supply on family property, situate on Marble 
Hill and north slope of Elk Mountain, Chilli¬ 
wack: Commencing at a post planted 23 chains 
due east of a post at the north-west corner 
of L.S. 5 of Section 16, Township 2, Range 
29, west of the 6th meridian; thence 40 chains 
due east; thence 40 chains due south; thence 
40 chains due west; thence 40 chains due 
north to point of commencement, and contain¬ 
ing 160 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 15th, 1947. 

2527-de24 CHARLES NELSON GOWEN. 


QUESNEL LAND RECORDING DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Duke Martin, of Alexis 
Creek, B.C., rancher, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands, situate along north line of Anniham 
Indian Reserve No. 2, Cariboo District: Com¬ 
mencing at a post planted at north-east corner 
of Anniham Indian Reserve No. 2; thence 
west 20 chains; thence north 20 chains; thence 
west 20 chains; thence north 20 chains; thence 
east 60 chains; thence south 40 chains; thence 
west 20 chains along north line of Lot 322 to 
point of commencement, and containing 200 
acres, more or less. 

Dated December 13th, 1947. 

2502-de24 DUKE MARTIN. 


CARIBOO LAND RECORDING DISTRICT. 

T AKE NOTICE that William Frank Niemi, 
of 6516 Thirty-first Street North-east, 
Seattle, Washington, U.S.A., merchant, intends 
to apply for permission to purchase the follow¬ 
ing described lands situate on the west shore 
of the North Arm of Quesnel Lake and near 
the head of the lake, Cariboo District: Com¬ 
mencing at a post planted one-half mile 
north-easterly along lake-shore from north¬ 
east corner of Lot 11505; thence 8 chains 
north; thence 12 chains east; thence 6 chains 
south to lake-shore; thence along lake-shore 
to starting point, and containing 20 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated November 17th, 1947. 

WILLIAM FRANK NIEMI. 
2503-de24 Tom Croley, Agent. 


KAMLOOPS LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that William Fowler, of 
Birch Island, B.C., farmer, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the follow¬ 
ing described lands, situate on the north side 
of the North Thompson River, about 1 mile 
from Birch Island and lying directly north of 


Lot 2840: Commencing at a post planted at 
the north-west corner of Lot 2840; thence 
north 40 chains to the north-east corner of 
Lot 2625; thence east 40 chains; thence south 
40 chains to the north-east coi’ner of Lot 2840, 
and containing 160 acres, more or less. 

Dated November 27th, 1947. 

2280-dell WM. FOWLER. 

PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Howard McTavish, of 
Dawson Creek, B.C., labourer, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the follow¬ 
ing described lands, situate in Township 85, 
Range 15, west of the 6th meridian, in the 
vicinity of Cecil Lake: Commencing at a post 
planted approximately 2 miles north of the 
north-east corner of Section 34, Township 84, 
Range 15, west of the 6th meridian; thence 
north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains; thence 
south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains, and 
containing 640 acres, more or less. 

Dated November 8th, 1947. 

HOWARD McTAVISH. 
2258-dell A. McTavish, Agent. 


PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Joseph and John Wag¬ 
ner, of Baldonnel, B.C., farmers, intend 
to apply for permission to purchase the follow¬ 
ing described lands, for agricultural purposes, 
situate east of Section 24, Township 84, Range 
15, west of the 6th meridian: Commencing at 
a post planted at the north-east corner of Sec¬ 
tion 24, Township 84, Range 15, west of the 
6th meridian; thence 40 chains south; thence 
80 chains east; thence 40 chains north; thence 
80 chains west, and containing 320 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated November 24th, 1947. 

JOHN AND JOSEPH WAGNER. 
2281-dell Adam Wagner, Agent. 


PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Harry John Woodcox, 
of Dawson Creek, B.C., farmer, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands, situate in the vicinity of 
Groundbirch: Commencing at a post planted 
approximately 4 miles west of the south-west 
corner of Section 13, Township 79, Range 20, 
west of the 6th meridian; thence north 60 
chains; thence west 20 chains; thence south 
20 chains; thence west 20 chains; thence 
south 20 chains; thence west 40 chains; thence 
south 40 chains; thence east 60 chains; thence 
north 20 chains; thence east 20 chains, and 
containing 400 acres, more or less. 

Dated November 26th, 1947. 

2258-dell HARRY JOHN WOODCOX. 


PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Glenn McTavish, of 
Dawson Creek, B.C., labourer, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands, situate in Township 85, Range 
15, west of the 6th meridian, in the vicinity 
of Cecil Lake: Commencing at a post planted 
approximately 2 miles north of the north-east 
corner of Section 33, Township 84, Range 15, 
west of the 6th meridian; thence north 80 
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence south 
80 chains; thence west 80 chains, and con¬ 
taining 640 acres, more or less. 

Dated November 8th, 1947. 

GLENN McTAVISII. 

2258-dell A. McTavish, Agent. 


























December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3835 


LAND NOTICES. 


LILLOOET LAND RECORDING DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Leonard H. Butler, of 
Tatla Lake, B.C., rancher, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following de¬ 
scribed lands, situate on north end of Bluff 
Lake. Range 2, Coast District, adjoining Lot 
531, Range 2, Coast District: Commencing at 
a post planted at the south-west corner of 
Lot 531; thence south 40 chains; thence east 
40 chains; thence north 40 chains; thence 
west 40 chains, and containing 160 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated November 1st, 1947. 

2216-de4 LEONARD H. BUTLER. 


PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that James Ian Robinson, 
of Dawson Creek, B.C., mechanic, intends 
to apply for permission to purchase the follow¬ 
ing described lands, situate in Township 79, 
Rapge 20, west of the 6th meridian, in the 
vicinity of Groundbirch: Commencing at a 
post planted approximately 4 miles west of 
the south-west corner of Section 13, Township 
79, Range 20, west of the 6th meridian; thence 
20 chains east; thence 20 chains noz-th; thence 
40 chains east; thence 20 chains north; thence 
20 chains east; thence 20 chains north; thence 
80 chains west; thence 60 chains south, and 
containing 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated November 29th, 1947. 

2258-dell JAS. I. ROBINSON. 


PEACE RIVER LAND RECORDING 
DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Archie McTavish, of 
Dawson Creek, B.C., lumberman, intends 
to apply for permission to purchase the follow¬ 
ing described lands, situate in Township 85, 
Range 15, west of the 6th meridian, in the 
vicinity of Cecil Lake: Commencing at a post 
planted approximately 2 miles north of the 
north-west corner of Section 33, Township 84, 
Range 15, west of the 6th meridian; thence 80 
chains north; thence 80 chains east; thence 
80 chains south; thence 80 chains west, and 
containing 640 acres, more or less. 

Dated November 8th, 1947. 

2258-dell ARCHIE McTAVISH. 


LILLOOET LAND RECORDING DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Daniel Todosuk, of 
Hope, B.C., logger, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands, situate on the north end of McNeil 
Lake, 7 miles south-west from Canim Lake 
following road: Commencing at a post planted 
at the north-east corner of McNeil Lake; 
thence north 20 chains; thence west 20 chains; 
thence south 20 chains; thence east running 
into lake part way 20 chains, and containing 
40 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 6th, 1947. 

2448-del8 DANIEL TODOSUK. 


LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 


PRIVATE BILLS. 


Excerpt from Standing Orders relating to 
Private Bills. 

100. (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 m 
such newspaper to appear on Wednesday of 
each week. 

(3) When the proposed Bill is of such a 
nature that it may particularly affect one or 
more electoral districts, the notice shall fur¬ 
thermore be published once a week if possible 
in some newspaper in every electoi’al 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 
Order 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- 


























3836 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


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. 

(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% inches 
by TV 2 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. 


PRIVATE BILLS. 


NOTICE. 

OTICE is hereby given that an applica¬ 
tion will be made to the Legislative As¬ 
sembly of the Province of British Columbia, 
at its next session, on behalf of the City of 
Vancouver, for an Act to amend the “ Van¬ 
couver Incorporation Act, 1921,” as follows:— 

1. To amend subsection (8) of section 8 of 
the said Act to remove the restrictions against 
voting by Hindus. 

2. To amend subsection (12) of section 56 
to provide that evidence before the Vancouver 
Board of Assessment Appeals may be taken by 
a stenographer, whether he be an official 
stenographer or not. 

3. To amend section 163 to provide that 
when sewer connections are installed from the 
main to the street-line, the parcel of land 
served by the connection can be charged with 
the installation fee, which fee may be collected 
in annual instalments in the same manner as 
taxes. 

4. To further amend section 163 to pro¬ 
vide that the maximum licence fees as set out 
in subsections (123), (124), (126), (126a), 


and (1266) may be exceeded if the licence fee 
is based on the number of employees engaged 
in the business. 

5. To amend subsection (141d) of section 
163 (dealing with business tax) as follows:— 

(a) To provide for classifying and sub¬ 
classifying businesses, and for dis¬ 
criminating as between classes and as 
between subclasses in respect of the 
amount of business tax payable: 

( b ) To provide for exempting from the busi¬ 
ness tax such persons as the Council 
may prescribe: 

(c) To provide for abatement of business 
tax to the extent of the licence fee if 
the business tax is greater, and for 
abatement of the licence fee to the 
extent of the business tax if the licence 
fee is greater: 

(d ) To provide that where any person 
carries on a business in two or more 
separate premises the total annual rent 
of all such premises may be taken as 
the annual rental on which the rate 
of assessment for the business tax shall 
be fixed: 

(e) To provide that the cost of providing 
heat and other services necessary for 
comfortable use of premises shall be 
deemed to be included in annual rental 
value: 

(/) To provide that in assessing annual 
rental value, premises similar in size, 
advantage of location, etc., shall be 
equally assessed. 

6. To further amend section 163 to provide 
for the regulation and control of the disposal of 
mill-waste. 

7. To amend section 253 as follows:— 

(a) To allow the Board of Police Commis¬ 
sioners to delegate authority to the 
Chief Constable to suspend members of 
the police force guilty of misconduct: 

(b) To provide for an appeal to the Attor¬ 
ney-General by any police officer who 
is dismissed. 

8. To amend the said Act to allow the Coun¬ 
cil, when entering into collective agreements 
with employees with whom the Council has 
power to bargain, to include in any such agree¬ 
ment a maintenance of membership clause. 

Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 11th day of 
December, 1947. 

ARTHUR E. LORD, 
Solicitor for the Applicant City of 
2408-dell Vancouver. 


NOTICE. 

OTICE is hereby given that an application 
will be made to the Legislative Assembly 
of the Province of British Columbia at its next 
coming session for an Act to incorporate the 
British Columbia Automobile and General In¬ 
surance Company, with power to engage in the 
following classes of insurance business, that 
is to say:— 

(a) Automobile insurance: 

(b) Aircraft insurance: 

(c) Fire insurance: 

(cl) Inland-transportation insurance: 

( e) Public-liability insurance: 

(/) Theft and burglary insurance; 
and such powers as shall be conferred by 
such Act, including the power to purchase, sell, 
exchange, mortgage, lease, or otherwise deal 
with real and personal estate, for the purposes 
of the Company. 

Dated at Vancouver, B.C., December 16th, 
1947. 

GORDON M. GRANT, 
Solicitor for the Applicants. 
Room 412, Crown Building, 

Vancouver, B.C. 2483-del8 











December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3837 


CERTIFICATES OF 
INCORPORATION. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22841. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Painter’s 
Fishing Resort, Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 4th day 
of December, 1947. 

The Company is authorized to issue ten thou¬ 
sand shares without nominal or par value. 

The address of its registei’ed office is Suite 
414-24 Pacific Building, 744 Hastings Sti-eet 
West, Vancouver, 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 Camp¬ 
bell River on Vancouver Island in the Prov¬ 
ince of British Columbia under the style or 
firm of Painter’s Fishing Resort, and all or 
any of the assets and liabilities of the pro¬ 
prietors of that business in connection there¬ 
with : 

(b) To carry on the business of hotel, res¬ 
taurant, cafe, tavern, beer-house, refreshment- 
room, and lodging-house keepers, licensed vic¬ 
tuallers, wine, beer, and spirit merchants, 
brewers, maltsters, distillers, importers and 
manufacturers of aerated, mineral, and arti¬ 
ficial waters and other drinks, purveyors, ca¬ 
terers for public amusements generally, pro¬ 
prietors of motor and other vehicles, garage 
proprietors, livery-stable keepers, proprietors 
of pleasure boats, motor-boats, rowboats and 
fishing-boats and boat-livery keepers, job- 
masters, farmers, dairymen, ice merchants, 
importers and brokers of food, live and dead 
stock and colonial and foreign produce of 
all desci'iptions, hairdressers, perfumers, 
chemists, proprietors of clubs, baths, dressing- 
rooms, laundries, reading, writing, and news- 
paper-rooms, libraries, grounds, and places of 
amusement, recreation, sport, entertainment 
and instruction of all kinds, tobacco and cigar 
merchants, agents for railway and shipping 
companies and carriers, theatrical and opera 
box-office proprietors, entrepreneurs and gen¬ 
eral agents and any other business which can 
be conveniently carried on in connection there¬ 
with : 

(c) To carry on the business of garage pro¬ 
prietors, taxicab, omnibus, cab, fly and other 
public or private conveyance proprietors, job- 
masters, livery-stable keepers, horse, omnibus, 
carriage, cab, fly and cart dealers, omnibus, 
coach, motor, carriage, cab, fly, cart or other 
vehicle manufacturers and repairers, garage, 
coach-house and stable builders, dealers in 
motor accessories of all kinds, motor and me¬ 
chanical engineers, horse breeders and dealers, 
farmers, graziers, dealers in corn, straw, fod¬ 
der of all kinds, carriers, and saddlery and 
harness makers in all their respective 
branches: 

(cl) To manufacture, buy, sell, exchange, 
alter or improve and deal in vehicles of any 
kind so constructed as to progress by means 
of automatic power, whether by means of oil, 
electricity, steam, gas or otherwise; to manu¬ 
facture, buy, sell, exchange, alter, improve, 
manipulate, prepare for market, and otherwise 
deal in all kinds of plant, machinery, appar¬ 
atus, tools, utensils, substances, materials and 
things necessary or convenient for carrying on 
any of the above specified businesses or pro¬ 
ceedings, or usually dealt in by persons en¬ 
gaged in the like: 

( d ) To carry on the businesses of manufac¬ 
turers of and buyers, sellers and dealers in 
ice and other refrigeration substances and pro¬ 
cesses and buyers, sellers, operators of and 
dealers with and in cold storage and other 
storage facilities of every sort and descrip¬ 
tion, in all their branches: 

3 


( e ) To buy, sell and otherwise dispose of, 
hold, own, manufacture, produce, export and 
import, handle and deal in both wholesale and 
retail, either as principal or agent, and upon 
commission, consignment or otherwise, goods, 
wares, products and merchandise of any kind 
and nature whatsoever, and to do a general 
commission merchant’s merchanidse, brokerage, 
manufacturers’ agent’s, selling agent’s and 
factors’ business in goods, wares and mer¬ 
chandise dealt in by the Company: 

(/) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turers, agents or representatives and commis¬ 
sion merchants; to act in the capacity of 
agents for the manufacturers, importers, ex¬ 
porters or buyers of goods, wares and mer¬ 
chandise of every nature and description in 
all their branches and to establish, maintain, 
and conduct a jobbing, commission, and gen¬ 
eral agency business: 

(.<7) 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; to 
carry on a general mercantile business as im¬ 
porters and dealers in all kinds of goods, 
wares and merchandise, whether wholesale or 
retail, and by means of stores, warehouses, 
shops, storage facilities or agencies in all such 
places as the Company may deem to be 
profitable and advantageous; to act as com¬ 
mission or commercial agents in respect of all 
kinds of goods, wares and merchandise, and 
to buy, sell, store and otherwise deal with and 
in all such products upon a commission, salary 
or other lawful consideration; to act and 
carry on business as brokers and agents gen¬ 
erally for the buying and selling of merchant¬ 
able commodities of every kind and descrip¬ 
tion, and to make and enter into every and 
all kinds of lawful contracts in respect thereof; 
to procure, own, lease and operate mills, manu¬ 
facturing establishments and farms for the 
production of merchantable commodities and 
products of every kind and description: 

(h) To carry on the business of merchants, 
warehousemen, wharfingers, barge owners, 
lightermen and forwarding agents in all their 
branches: 

( i ) To build, acquire, possess, hold, operate, 
lease, purchase, manage and convey, stores, 
warehouses, buildings, erections and plant re¬ 
quired for the purposes of the Company, lands, 
water privileges and other property: 

(j) For the purposes aforesaid to build, 
repair, maintain, acquire, purchase, own, hold 
and deal with all such buildings, works, prop¬ 
erty, machinery and appliances as may be re¬ 
quired in connection with the business of the 
Company: 

( k ) To carry on business as dealers in, and 
producers of, daii'y, farm and garden produce 
of all kinds, and in particular milk, cream, 
butter, cheese, poultry and eggs, fruit and 
vegetables, and fish, birds and live stock of 
every description: 

( l ) To carry on business as cow-keepers, 
farmers, millers, and market gardeners, and 
as manufacturers of all kinds of condensed 
milk, jam, pickles, cider, and preserved pro¬ 
visions of all kinds: 

(m) To carry on business as capitalists, 
financiers, concessonaires, and merchants in 
all their branches, and to undertake, and carry 
on, and execute all kinds of financial, com¬ 
mercial trading, and other operations, and to 
carry on any other business which may seem 
to be capable of being conveniently carried on 
in connection with any of these objects, or 
calculated, directly or indirectly, to enhance 
the value of, or facilitate the realization of, 
or render profitable, any of the Company’s 
property or rights: 

(n) To advance, deposit, or lend money, 
securities, and property, to or with such per¬ 
sons and on such terms as may seem expedient, 

















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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


to discount, buy, sell, and deal in bills, notes, 
warrants, coupons, and other negotiable or 
transferable securities or documents: 

(o) To purchase or otherwise acquire, and 
to sell, exchange, surrender, lease, mortgage, 
charge, convert, turn to account, dispose of, 
and deal with property and rights of all kinds, 
and in particular, mortgages, debentures, pro¬ 
duce, concessions, options, contracts, patents, 
annuities, licences, stocks, shares, bonds, 
policies, book debts, business concerns, and 
undertakings and claims, privileges, and 
choses in action of all kinds: 

(p) 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 to hire, or charter the same, excluding 
lines of steam or other ships operating to any 
point outside of or extending beyond the limits 
of the Province of British Columbia, or be¬ 
tween the Province of British Columbia and 
any other British or foreign country: 

( q ) To establish, operate and maintain 
stores, hotels, boarding-houses, and trading- 
posts, and to carry on the business of general 
merchants, both wholesale and retail in all 
its branches. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2271-dell Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22849. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Taylor & 
White, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 5th day of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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

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:— 

(а) To carry on any or all lines of business 
as manufacturers, producers, merchants, 
wholesale and retail, importers, and exporters, 
generally without limitation as to class of 
products and merchandise, and to manufacture, 
produce, adapt, prepare, buy, sell, and other¬ 
wise deal in any materials, articles, or things 
required in connection with or incidental to 
such business: 

(б) To manufacture, assemble, import, ex¬ 
port, buy, sell, lease, rent and otherwise deal 
in and deal with motor-trucks, trucks, tractors, 
motor-cars, automobiles, cycles, motor-boats, 
aeroplanes, carriages, conveyances of all kinds, 
transportation systems of all kinds, and all 
parts used in the construction thereof as well 
as motors, engines, machinery of all kinds and 
motor and electrical accessories and supplies, 
and to carry on a general machine-shop busi¬ 
ness, to repair, improve, and deal in all kinds 
of trucks, carriages, vehicles, automobiles and 
conveyances of all kinds, wheels, springs, axles, 
lamps, automobile supplies, rims and lumber 
and to carry on a general repair and gai-age 
business: 

(c) For the purposes of the Company to 
carry on the business of truckmen, draymen, 
mechanical engineers and manufacturers and 
workers and dealers in motive power, and any 
business in which the use or application of 
gasoline, compressed air, electricity or any 
other power is or may be useful or convenient: 

(d.) To act as agents and warehousemen 
and to warehouse and store products for other 
persons or companies for the purchase, sale, 
exchange or lease of any such products relat¬ 
ing to the objects of the Company, and to act 
as insurance agents: 

( e ) For the purposes aforesaid to carry on 
the business of merchants and manufacturers 
of and dealers in all kinds of metals and all 
materials and supplies used alone or in con¬ 
junction therewith, to conduct the work and 


business of a foundry, machine shop, factory, 
engine, structural metal, boat and bridge¬ 
building establishments, to manufacture, con¬ 
struct, repair, buy, sell, let, hire, exchange, 
trade and deal in articles, tools, machines, ma¬ 
chine tools, constructions, erections, convey¬ 
ances and vessels, including locomotive engines, 
stationary engines, and all other engines, 
motors, electrical apparatus, air compressors, 
mining and pumping machinery, boilers, ma¬ 
chinery of all kinds, railway cars, trucks, car¬ 
riages, rolling stock for railways, yachts, boats, 
barges, tugs and all other vessels and parts of 
the same, and all articles composed or manu¬ 
factured in whole or in part of iron, steel or 
other metal, or wood or other material, or 
combination thereof or conversion from one 
to another thereof; to construct, manufacture, 
lease, sell, purchase, deal in and operate steel 
and iron, brass, and aluminum plants, found¬ 
ries, gas generators, motors, electric plants, 
gas plants, poles, wires, pipes, lines, furnaces 
and grates, repair shops and accessories, blast 
furnaces, open-hearth furnaces, Bessemer con¬ 
verters, side-blow converters, electric furnaces, 
crucible and all accessories, to make, sell, pur¬ 
chase, deal in and reduce steel and iron of all 
kinds, brass and aluminum, copper, platinum, 
and their by-products; and to manufacture, 
purchase, sell and deal in all foundry supplies 
and all kinds of machinery, machine and re¬ 
pair-shop supplies, railway supplies and in 
general all supplies required by steel, iron, 
brass and aluminum consumers. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2285-dell Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22848. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Rogers As¬ 
sets, Limited,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 5th day of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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

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

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

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

(a) 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: 

( b ) To purchase, lease, construct or other¬ 
wise acquire, operate, equip and repair ma¬ 
chinery and equipment of all kinds, and goods 
and chattels of all kinds and to deal in the 
same and dispose of by way of sale, lease, 
mortgage or otherwise. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2285-dell Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22837. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ McEwen 
Meyer Trucking Transporting Co., Ltd.,” 
was incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” 
on the 3rd day of December, 1947. 

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 507 
Stock Exchange Building, 475 Howe Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on the businesses of carriers, 
trucking, truck operators, bus operators, taxi¬ 
cab operators, and truckers and carriers and 
transport operators of logs, lumber, shingle 
bolts, shingles, cordwood and all other forest 













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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3839 


products, either as raw material or manufac¬ 
tured products, and to maintain and operate a 
taxicab and general bus and transit business 
and to carry on and undertake all kinds of 
trucking and hauling contracts of every de¬ 
scription whatsoever and for such purpose to 
purchase, hire or otherwise acquire or manu¬ 
facture and construct, maintain and repair all 
kinds of trucks, trailers, automobiles and all 
other forms of conveyances, including tractors, 
bulldozers, steam shovels, carry-alls and all 
and every other kind of construction or ma¬ 
terial handling equipment and of selling, ex¬ 
changing and otherwise dealing with the same: 

(b) To carry on the business of garage 
owners and operators, mechanical engineers, 
tool makers, service-station operators and mer¬ 
chants and to act as agents to buy and sell, 
manufacture and repair any form of motor- 
vehicle, tractor, trailer, bulldozer or other 
similar equipment which may seem to the Com¬ 
pany capable of being conveniently carried on 
in connection with the above or othex*wise cal¬ 
culated, directly or indirectly, to enhance the 
value of any of the Company’s property and 
rights for the time being: 

(c) To carry on a general merchandising 
business in all its branches and to act as 
brokers, agents and financiers, and to under¬ 
take and carry on and execute all kinds of 
financial operations and to carry on the busi¬ 
ness of agent or attorney for any persons, 
firm or corporation upon such terms as to 
remuneration as may be agreed, providing any 
such powers do not conflict with the “ Bank 
Act ” or “ Trust Companies Act ” or “ Insur¬ 
ance Act ” of British Columbia. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2270-dell Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3300. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ North Vancou- 
ver Motorcycle 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 Vancouver, 
Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
fourth day of December, one thousand nine 
hundred and forty-seven. 

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

Registrar of Companies. 

The object of the Society is: To bring to¬ 
gether motor-cycle riders and sportsmen in¬ 
terested in the sport of motor-cycling in the 
Province of British Columbia, for the purpose 
of fostering and encouraging the sport of 
motor-cycling and to better conditions in 
respect of the same. 2271-dell 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22836. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ B.C. Foot¬ 
wear, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 3rd day of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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 Suite 
414-24 Pacific Building, 744 Hastings Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(1) To take or otherwise acquire and hold 
shares in any other company or companies 
having objects altogether or in part similar 


to those of this Company or carrying on any 
business capable of being conducted so as, 
directly or indirectly, to benefit this Company: 

(2) To acquire and undertake the whole or 
any part of the business property or liabilities 
of any person or company carrying on any 
business which the Company is authorized to 
carry on or possessed of property suitable for 
the purposes of this Company: 

(3) To lease, rent or hire to or from any 
person, firm or corporation real estate, build¬ 
ings, fixtures, equipment and any other chat¬ 
tels and property in such manner and under 
such terms, conditions and stipulations as the 
directors of the Company may determine: 

(4) To manufacture, buy, sell or otherwise 
acquire and dispose of, operate, let on hire, 
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 merchan¬ 
dise of any kind, nature and description. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2270-dell Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 

“ Co-operative Associations Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 610. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Ladysmith Co- 
-L operative Association ” has this day been 
incorpoi’ated as an Association under the “ Co¬ 
operative Associations Act ” and that the de¬ 
nomination of its shares is ten dollars each. 
The registered office of the Association will be 
situated Ladysmith, Province of British Co¬ 
lumbia. 

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

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

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects for which the Association is 
formed are:— 

(a) To purchase supplies, equipment, and 
household necessaries for or to be sold to its 
members or customers, and to perform services 
for its members or customers and for the pur¬ 
pose thereof; to carry on the business of a 
storekeeper in all its branches, and in particu¬ 
lar to buy, sell, and deal in goods, stores, con¬ 
sumable articles, chattels and effects of all 
kinds, both wholesale and retail, and to trans¬ 
act agency business: 

( b ) 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 and services. 2285-dell 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22801. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Skidmore 
and Sons, Ltd.,” was incorported under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 21st day of No¬ 
vember, 1947. 

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 3815 
Rupert Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) To purchase and acquire for shares of 
the Company or for cash and (or) other con¬ 
sideration the businesses of grocers, butchers 
and merchants now being carried on by Joseph 















3840 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


Ogden Skidmore and his son at 3815 Rupert 
Street, Vancouver, B.C., and all the assets and 
good-will of the said businesses: 

( b ) To carry on the businesses of grocers, 
butchers, drapers, haberdashers, hosiers, 
clothiers, dealers in textile fabrics of all kinds, 
shopkeepers, and retailers of merchandise of 
any kind or kinds: 

(c) To acquire, develop and turn to ac¬ 
count any lands or buildings and to construct, 
erect and build stores, apartment houses and 
houses and buildings of any kinds or descrip¬ 
tions and to use or operate or let the same 
either on building leases or building agree¬ 
ments or otherwise and to enter into contracts 
and arrangements of all kinds with builders, 
tenants and others. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2271-dell Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22834. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Forbes Bay 
Logging Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 3rd day of 
December, 1947. 

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

The Company is also 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 buy, sell, log, produce, treat, prepare 
and have prepared for market, import, ex¬ 
port and deal in timber products of all kinds 
and to manufacture and deal in articles of all 
kinds in the manufacture of which wood is 
used: 

(b) To own or lease and to operate logging 
camps, shingle-mills, sawmills, planing-mills, 
factories, and wood-working plants of every 
kind and description: 

(c) To purchase, take on lease or licence, 
exchange or otherwise acquire, and to use or 
lease lands, timber berths, leases, limits, li¬ 
cences, mill properties and sites, water rights 
and water powers; rights to build skidways 
and roads, foreshore rights and wharves, piers, 
booms and other works for the collecting, 
holding, protecting, driving, rafting, towing, 
sorting, delivering, safe-keeping and transmis¬ 
sion of wood, lumber and timber of every de¬ 
scription. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2270-dell Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22842. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Pockling- 
tons’, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 4th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

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

The address of its registered office is 409-10 
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 supplying 
and installing electric and (or) oil heaters, 
furnaces, burners, stoves, equipment and 
supplies: 

( b ) To carry on all or any of the businesses 
of manufacturers, importers, exporters, and 
wholesale and retail dealers of and in articles 
of all kinds: 

(e) To act as manufacturers’ agency ser¬ 
vice, industrial relations service, arbitrators, 
negotiators and business advisors: 


( d ) To acquire and hold, buy, sell, mort¬ 
gage, lease and deal in, either as principals or 
agents, real and personal property in the 
Dominion of Canada or elsewhere: 

(e) Generally to purchase, take on lease or 
in exchange, or otherwise acquire any real 
and personal property and any rights or 
privileges which the Company may think 
necessary or convenient for the purpose of its 
business and to pay for same in cash or shares 
or both: 

(/) To guarantee the payment of money on 
the carrying out of the contract or any con¬ 
tract or obligation but nothing herein shall 
entitle the Company to carry on the business 
of guarantee insurance: 

(g) To allot the shares of the Company 
credited as fully or partly paid up, as the 
whole or part of the purchase price for any 
property, business, goods or chattels pur¬ 
chased by the Company, or for any valuable 
consideration as from time to time may be 
determined : 

( h ) To transact and carry on all kinds of 
agency and brokerage business including the 
investment of money, sale of real and personal 
property, and the collection and receipt of 
money but nothing contained herein shall en¬ 
title the Company to carry on the business of 
a bank or trust company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2271-dell Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22839. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Vogue Cafe 
Holdings, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 4th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

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 640 
Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) To acquire by purchase all the fixtures, 
furniture, furnishings, chinaware, glassware, 
silverware, cutlery, cooking utensils, and kit¬ 
chen, dining-room and counter equipment, and 
also the business, good-will, stock of foodstuffs, 
tobaccos and supplies, and the leasehold prem¬ 
ises, together with all other assets of Vogue 
Cafe, Limited (except accounts or bills receiv¬ 
able), without, however, assuming the liabili¬ 
ties of the said business (if any) : 

( b ) To carry on the businesses of restaura¬ 
teurs, cafe proprietors, refreshment caterers, 
and suppliers of provisions both liquid and 
solid. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2271-dell Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22840. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Ayrkoast 
Company, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 4th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

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 Room 
315, 207 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, 
B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turers in metal or wood, glass, plastic or other 
material and to buy and sell any such manu¬ 
factured articles or raw materials of any 
nature whatsoever: 

( b ) To act as general wholesale or retail 
sales agents for any type of manufactured 
articles: 
















December 24th, 1947.] THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3841 


(c) To purchase or otherwise acquire any 
interests in any patents, brevets d’invention, 
licences, concessions and the like conferring an 
exclusive or limited right to manufacture, use 
or sell the said matter thereof 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 shares, bonds, 
debentures or debenture stock of the Company, 
and for such purposes to issue shares, deben¬ 
tures or debenture stock: 

( d ) To use, exercise, develop, grant licences 
in respect of or otherwise turn to account any 
such patents, brevets d’invention, licences, con¬ 
cessions and the like: 

( e) 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 objects 
or calculated, directly or indirectly, to en¬ 
hance the value of or render profitable any of 
the Company’s property or rights for the time 
being. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2271-dell Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22838. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Willingdon 
Agencies, Limited,” was incorporated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 3rd day of 
December, 1947. 

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 201 
Inns of Court Building, 678 Howe Street, Van¬ 
couver, 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, life, marine, acci¬ 
dent, 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 buy, sell, exchange, lease or other¬ 
wise deal in and to manage real estate and im¬ 
movable property, and to negotiate for the 
purchase, sale, exchange, or lease of real 
estate and immovable property and generally 
to carry on the business of real-estate agents 
in all its branches: 

( d ) To act as agent or attorney in the 
acquisition, management, sale, assignment, 
transfer, encumbrance, conveyance, or other 
disposition of any real or personal property, 
the investment and collection of moneys, rents, 
loans, interest, dividends, hypothecs, bonds, 
notes and other securities: 

( e ) To promote, organize, develop or man¬ 
age or to assist in the management, promotion, 
organization, development of any corporation, 
company, syndicate, enterprise, business or 
undertaking, or to raise or assist in raising 
money for and aid by way of bonus, loan, 
promise, or endorsement any such corporation, 
company, syndicate, enterprise or undertaking, 
and to offer for public subscription any shares, 
stocks, bonds, debentures, or other securities 
of any corporation, company, firm, syndicate, 
enterprise, business or undertaking: 

(/) To loan money upon the security of any 
and all kinds and descriptions of real and per¬ 
sonal property wheresoever situated and par¬ 
ticularly but without limiting the generality 
of the foregoing, mortgages (whether first or 
subsequent) and agreements for sale of either 
real or personal property, stocks, shares, de¬ 
bentures, debenture stocks, bonds, charter 


parties, bills of exchange, bills of lading, de¬ 
posit receipts, contracts, warrants, and any 
other instruments, documents or securities: 

(g) To acquire by purchase, gift, exchange 
or otherwise howsoever and to hold, sell, im¬ 
prove, develop, or in any way turn to account, 
land and any interest or estate therein and 
any kind of chattels, personal property or real 
estate, patents, concessions, franchises and 
anything whatsoever: 

(h) To act as agent for any corporation, 
company, firm, syndicate, or person for any 
lawful purpose whatsoever: 

(i) To carry out any of its objects in the 
Province, or elsewhere, and for its services 
and duties to charge, collect and receive the 
proper and usual remuneration and expenses: 

(j) To do all such things and to carry on 
such businesses as the Company may think are 
incidental and conducive to the attainment ot 
the above objects. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2270-dell Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22852. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Massett 
Shipyards, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 6th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

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 325 
Howe Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on in British Columbia or 
elsewhere the business of ship-building and 
ship-repairing, and to act as ship-builders and 
ship-repairers, and to acquire by purchase, 
lease, or otherwise, construct and operate ship¬ 
building and ship-repairing yards, slips, ways, 
docks, dry-docks, shops, sheds, workshops, 
buildings, warehouses, and other conveniences, 
and to build, alter, and repair vessels, ships, 
boats, tugs, scows, barges, and watercraft of 
every description, including vessels of war, 
both surface and undersea: 

( b ) To manufacture, repair, alter, convert, 
buy, sell, acquire, let, hire, and deal in aero¬ 
planes, seaplanes, flying-boats, and aircraft of 
all descriptions, including machinery, engines, 
parts, and supplies therefor: 

(c) To build, construct, purchase, charter, 
hire, or otherwise acquire ships and vessels of 
every description, and any shares or interest 
therein, the equipment thereof and furniture 
therefor, and to employ the same in the busi¬ 
ness of the Company, and to charter, or let the 
same out for hire or on loan for use in con¬ 
veyance of passengers, freight, materials, and 
merchandise of all kinds; and generally to 
act as carriers by land and water, excluding 
however, lines of steam or other ships, rail¬ 
ways, canals, telegraphs, and other works and 
undertakings connecting the Province with any 
other or others of the Provinces or extending 
beyond the limits of the Province, and lines 
of steamships between the Province and any 
Bi’itish or foreign country: 

( d ) To carry on the business of proprietors 
and operators of docks, wharves, piers, jetties, 
dry-docks, warehouses, and stores, and act as 
wharfingers, warehousemen, commission agents 
and merchants: 

( e ) To cari’y on the business of salvors and 
wreckers of and dealers in ships and craft of 
any kind, and to purchase, lease, charter, and 
otherwise acquire and operate salving and 
wrecking vessels, plant, and equipment of all 
kinds, including diving and deep-sea diving 
apparatus and equipment: 

(/) Subject to the “ Engineering Profession 
Act,” to carry on the business of mechanical 
engineers, manufacturers of machinery, tool- 
makers, iron-founders, brass-founders, metal- 









3842 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


workers, boiler-makers, millwrights, machin¬ 
ists, iron and steel converters, fabricators, 
smiths, wood-workers, pattern-makers, build¬ 
ers, painters, metallurgists, electricians, elec¬ 
trical engineers, water-supply engineers, gas- 
makers, carriers, and merchants: 

( g ) To purchase, lease, charter, and other¬ 
wise acquire and operate dredges, dredging 
equipment, lighters, barges, boats and craft of 
every description, whether with or without 
power: 

(h) Subject to the “ Engineering Profession 
Act,” to carry on the business of general con¬ 
tractors and engineers, and to contract, ex¬ 
ecute, carry out, equip, improve, work, and 
develop public and private works and con¬ 
veniences of all kinds, and the equipment 
thereof in all their branches: 

(i) To carry on a general business of manu¬ 
facturing and supplying service parts and re¬ 
pairs to any and all kinds of machinei'y, and 
to deal in all kinds of machinery and equip¬ 
ment, whether at wholesale or at retail: 

(j) Subject to the “ Engineering Profession 
Act,” to carry on the business of radio en¬ 
gineers, and to purchase, lease, and otherwise 
acquire radio and other equipment, both for 
reception and transmission of signals and mes¬ 
sages between vessels and between vessels and 
shore stations, and to sell, let, hire, deal in, 
service, and repair all such equipment and all 
types of equipment: 

( k ) To purchase, lease, and otherwise 
acquire engines, motors, machinery, and means 
of generating, developing, transmitting, and 
using power in vessels and aircraft of every 
description, and to repair and service the 
same: 

(l) To acquire, construct, develop, maintain, 
and operate roads, tramways on lands owned, 
leased, held, occupied, or controlled by the 
Company, water-power, reservoirs, water¬ 
courses, dams, flumes, conduits, aqueducts, and 
other works and conveniences which may to 
the directors seem calculated, directly or in¬ 
directly, to advance the Company’s interests, 
and to contribute to, subsidize, or otherwise 
assist any such works undertaken by others: 

(m) To develop, accumulate, and utilize 
water-power for the purposes of generating 
electricity or other motive force, and to use, 
supply, and transmit the same for the pro¬ 
duction of power for lighting, heating, or 
motive purposes in connection with the build¬ 
ings and other works of the Company, with 
authority to sell or otherwise dispose of any 
surplus electricity or power generated by the 
Company’s works, and to construct and oper¬ 
ate lines for such purpose, subject to all local 
and municipal and Provincial laws and regula¬ 
tions in that behalf: 

( n) To act as commission agents, vessel 
agents, cartage agents, wharfingers, ware¬ 
housemen, forwarders and carriers of pas¬ 
sengers and of goods by land and water: 

(o) To act as insurance-brokers, insurance- 
adjusters, and agents for fire, life, marine, ac¬ 
cident, guarantee, indemnity companies, and 
all other kinds of insurance, guarantee, and 
indemnity, and to act as custom-brokers and 
commission agents: 

(p) To acquire by purchase, lease, or other¬ 
wise in British Columbia or elsewhere any 
land, with or without buildings, or erections 
thereon, which may seem suitable for the busi¬ 
ness of the Company: 

(q) To purchase, lease, or otherwise acquire, 
and to have, maintain, and operate, supply 
stores, and sell and deal in general provisions, 
supplies, and merchandise: 

(r) To promote, form, organize, and reg¬ 
ister, and to aid and assist in the promotion, 
formation, organization, and registration of 
any other company or companies, whether for 
the purpose of acquiring all or any of the 
assets of this Company or for any other pur¬ 
pose, with power to assist such company or 


companies by paying or contributing towards 
the preliminary expenses or providing the 
whole or part of the capital thereof, or by 
taking or subscribing for shares (preferred, 
ordinary or deferred) therein, or by lending 
money thereto upon debentures or otherwise; 
to remunerate, either in cash, fully-paid 
shares, or otherwise, the promoters or any 
persons assisting in the promotion of this 
Company, or any company promoted by this 
Company; to pay out of the funds of the 
Company all or any of the expenses of and 
incident to the promotion, organization, regis¬ 
tration, advertising, and establishment of this 
or any other company, and to the issue and sub¬ 
scription of the share or loan capital, includ¬ 
ing brokerage and commission for obtaining 
applications for or placing or guaranteeing 
the placing of the shares, or any debentures, 
debenture stock or other securities of this or 
any other company, and also all expenses at¬ 
tending the issue of any circulars, maps, 
plans, or notices, or the printing or circulat¬ 
ing of proxies or forms to be filled up by the 
members of this or connected with this or 
any other company: 

(s) To enter into and carry into effect any 
arrangements for joint working in business or 
for sharing of profits or for amalgamation 
with any other company or any partnership 
or person carrying on business within the 
objects of this Company: 

(t) To carry on any business which may 
seem to the Company capable of being con¬ 
veniently carried on in connection with the 
above or any portion thereof, or calculated, 
directly or indirectly, to enhance the value 
of or render profitable any of the Company’s 
property or rights. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2284-dell Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3301. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Cordova Bay 
T Community Club ” has this day been in¬ 
corporated as a Society under the “ Societies 
Act.” 

The locality in which the operations of the 
Society will be chiefly carried on is Cordova 
Bay, Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
fifth day of December, one thousand nine hun¬ 
dred and forty-seven. 

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

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are:— 

(a) To promote and extend good fellowship: 

(b) To sponsor sports and social activities 
in the community: 

(c) To sponsor and support advancement 

of the community. 2284-dell 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22854. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Knight & 
Giles, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 6th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

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

The address of its registered office is Third 
Avenue, Prince George, 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: 












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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3843 


(b) To carry on a general real-estate 
agency business and to manage property, 
buildings and estates, including the collecting 

rentals, interest, income and payments of 
all kinds, and to pay all accounts in connec¬ 
tion therewith: 

(c) To carry on business as general valua¬ 
tors and appraisers, general agents, account¬ 
ants, insurance adjusters and bailiffs: 

(d) To carry on business as commission 
agents and as wholesale, retail and general 
merchants: 

(c) To acquire by purchase or otherwise 
and to sell, hold, manage, improve and deal in 
real estate, and to deal in mortgages, agree¬ 
ments for sale, shares, stocks, bonds, deben¬ 
tures, notes, securities and obligations of all 
kinds. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2284- dell Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22844. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Douglas 
Lumber Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 5th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

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 512 
Westminster Trust Building, New Westmin¬ 
ster, B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on business as importers, 
dealers in and manufacturei's of all electrical, 
plant, apparatus, appliances, equipment, ma¬ 
chinery, material, and supplies, stone, sand, 
lime, brick, timber, tile, hardware, concrete, 
cement, asphalt, sheet metal, roof preparations 
and materials and other building materials, or 
materials of any sort which can be used, 
directly or indirectly, by contractors and 
builders, with power to act as agents for other 
persons or corporations carrying on a similar 
business, and also to carry on any other busi¬ 
ness of a like nature or incidental to the fore¬ 
going: 

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

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2285- dell Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22850. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Litekraft, 
Limited,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 6th day of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
seventy-five thousand dollars, divided into 
seven hundred and fifty preference shares of 
one hundred dollars each. 

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

The address of its registered office is 916 
Stock Exchange Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) To acquire and take over as a going 
concern the business, property, and undei'tak- 
ing of Litekraft Manufacturing Co., Ltd., and 
all or any of the assets and liabilities of the 
said Company and with a view thereto to enter 
into such agreement or agreements as may be 
approved or adopted by the directors of Lite¬ 
kraft, Limited: 


(b) To manufacture, build, design, fit out, 
repair, service, store, buy, sell, lease, charter, 
hire, exchange, trade or in any other manner 
to deal with or acquire boats, canoes, pontoons 
and small waterborne craft of whatsoever 
nature and howsoever fabricated together with 
any and all equipment, furniture, furnishings 
and fittings and to employ and deal with tbe 
same in any manner in which the Company 
shall deem meet: 

(c) To manufacture, buy, sell, import, ex¬ 
port, construct, alter, repair and generally 
deal in all kinds of boat engines and mechani¬ 
cal equipment used in the propulsion of boats 
manufactured by the Company and all types 
of tools, apparatus, petroleum, woods, metals, 
glues, adhesives, chemicals, pulp and fibre 
products including paper howsoever treated, 
fibres, plastics, and paints, including varnishes 
and solutions. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2284- dell Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22845. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Gauley Bros., 
Ltd.,” was incorporated under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” on the 5th day of December, 1947. 

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

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

The address of its registered office is 2401 
Forty-first Avenue West, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) The manufacture of drapery cornices, 
valance boards, and other home furnishings: 

( b ) Wholesaling the foregoing products: 

(c) Retailing the foregoing products and 
also a complete line of exterior and interior 
home and commercial furnishings, including 
(but not so as to restrict the generality of the 
foregoing) awnings: 

(d) Exterior and interior home and com¬ 
mercial designing, decorating and furnishing 
services: 

(e) The acquisition and operation of the 
business heretofore known as Gauley Bros. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2285- dell Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22847. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Kent Chem¬ 
icals, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 5th day of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
twenty thousand dollars, divided into one thou¬ 
sand preferred shares of ten dollars each and 
four thousand class B common shares of two 
dollars and fifty cents 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:— 

(a) To buy, sell, make, manufacture, pre¬ 
pare, compound, refine, blend, trade and deal in 
vitamin products and concentrates, chemicals, 
drugs, medicines, remedies of any kind and 
description, pharmaceutical and chemical 
preparations, and products, articles and com¬ 
pounds separately or in combination, and 
under all conditions, and at all stages of 
preparation and manufacture: 

(b) To carry on the business of chemists, 
druggists, chemical manufacturers, importers, 
exporters, manufacturers and dealers in chem¬ 
ical, pharmaceutical, medicinal and other 
preparations, drugs and chemicals: 

(c) To buy, sell, manufacture, import, ex¬ 
port and deal in all substances, apparatus and 


















3844 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


things capable of being used in connection 
with any such business as aforesaid, either by 
wholesale or retail: 

( d) To carry on business as manufacturers 
and dealers in all kinds of patent medicines, 
proprietary medicines, tonics, syrups, oils, oint¬ 
ments, vegetable remedies of all kinds and all 
other articles similar or of a like nature: 

(e) To purchase or otherwise acquire and 
to hold, own, use, sell, assign or otherwise 
dispose of any and all formulae, secret pro¬ 
cesses, trade-marks, trade-names and distinc¬ 
tive marks. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2285-dell Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3297. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Apachoe Club ” 
-L 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 
fourth day of December, one thousand nine 
hundred and forty-seven. 

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

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are:— 

(a) With funds received from the individual 
members to the extent of $1.50 per month 
from each member to:— 

(1) Make donations on behalf of the mem¬ 
bership to recognized charitable institutions 
or organizations; 

(2) Receive donations for gifts from any 
source, such funds to be used exclusively for 
charitable purposes; 

(3) Bring aid and comfort to the sick or 
disabled members or to the families of de¬ 
ceased members: 

( b ) With funds received from the employ¬ 
ers of the members and from the members, 
after each has paid the $1.50 referred to in 
paragraph (a) of this clause, to:— 

(1) Foster social and athletic interests 
amongst the members; 

(2) Make presentations to members on ap¬ 
propriate occasions; 

(3) Borrow or raise or secure payment of 
money in such manner as the executive com¬ 
mittee shall see fit; 

(4) Raise money for the purposes of the 
Association by public or private subscription; 

(5) Offer and grant prizes, awards, scholar¬ 

ships or bursaries of such kinds, and on such 
terms and conditions as the Association may 
deem expedient for the furtherance of its 
objects. 2271-dell 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22800. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Silk Hat, 
Ltd.,” was incorporated under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” on the 21st day of November, 
1947. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one hundred 
and fifty common shares of ten dollars each 
and eight-five preferred shares of one hundred 
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 the business of a restaurant 
or restaurants, a coffee shop or coffee shops, 
and generally to operate as restaurateurs: 


( b ) To engage in and carry on, either 
directly or through the ownership of shares of 
capital stock of one or more corporations now 
or hereafter to be incorporated, the business 
or businesses of producing, manufacturing, 
preparing, purchasing, selling and dealing in 
milk, milk products, food and food products, 
breads, biscuits, cakes, extracts, canned goods, 
sauces, condiments, teas, coffees, candies, con¬ 
fectioneries, groceries and all other articles of 
commerce suitable for consumption and to 
conduct each and every of such businesses as 
wholesalers or retailers: 

(c) Either directly or through ownership of 
shares of the capital stock of one or more cor¬ 
porations now or hereafter incorporated to 
purchase or otherwise acquire, own, hold, 
equip, extend, improve, sell, exchange, or 
otherwise dispose of dairies, creameries, farms, 
plantations, orchards, manufacturing plants, 
factories, canneries, plants for the manufac¬ 
ture of cans, jars, boxes, packages or other 
receptacles and raw materials of which any of 
the foregoing are made, warehouses, cold- 
storage houses, delivery stations, stores and 
any and all machinery, equipment, fixtures, 
appliances and appurtenances that may be 
necessary, useful, proper or expedient in con¬ 
nection with the foregoing or any of the busi¬ 
nesses or enterprises of the corporation. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2401-dell Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22835. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ W. B. C. 
Logging Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 3rd day 
of December, 1947. 

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 business as loggers and 
lumbermen, sawmill, shingle-mill, pulp-mill, 
paper-mill, shook-mill and box-mill proprietors, 
operators and owners; box makers, wood 
workers, lumber merchants and manufacturers 
of lumber, shingles, and all manner of wood 
products, paper, pulp, boxes, shooks and re¬ 
ceptacles; and to buy, sell, prepare for mar¬ 
ket, manufacture, import, export, and deal in 
sawlogs, timber, lumber, shingles, bolts, piles, 
boxes, receptacles, pulp and paper of all kinds, 
and in any by-products of wood or the forest 
and in products of all kinds in the manufac¬ 
ture of which timber, wood or by-products of 
timber or wood of any kind are used to form 
a part: 

( b ) To rhanufacture 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 conduct and carry 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 Com¬ 
pany’s employees and others: 

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

(e) To buy, sell and deal in the shares of, 
and to own, control, operate and manage sub¬ 
sidiary companies hereafter to be incorporated, 
with objects similar to the foregoing. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2401-dell Registrar of Companies. 











December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3845 


CERTIFICATES OF 
INCORPORATION. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22866. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Gibson Mac- 
Neal Logging Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “Companies Act” on the 11th day 
of December, 1947. 

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

The address of its registered office is 1005 
Credit Foncier Building, 850 Hastings Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on the business of logging in 
any and all its branches: 

( b) To carry on the business of sawmilling 
in any and all its branches. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2446-del8 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22871. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Abercrombie 
Investments, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 13th day 
of December, 1947. 

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

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

The address of its registered office is 916 
Stock Exchange Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

The object for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished is: To invest in stocks, bonds, deben¬ 
tures, real and personal property, mortgages 
on real and personal property, notes, obliga¬ 
tions and security of all kinds in such manner 
as may from time to time be determined. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2446-del8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22872. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ General Sea 
Transportation, Limited,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 13th 
day of December, 1947. 

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 carriers of 
goods, merchandise and passengers by land, 
sea and air and as operators of ships, barges, 
aircraft and land vehicles of every kind, ex¬ 
cluding lines of steam or other ships operating 
to any point outside of or extending beyond 
the limits of the Province of British Columbia 
and excluding lines of steamships between the 
Province of British Columbia and any British 
or foreign country: 

( b) To carry on business as ship-builders, 
wreckers, ship-repairers, salvors, machinists, 
welders and workers in wood, metal, plastics, 
compositions and materials of every kind: 

(c) To carry on business as factors and 
jobbers and general merchants at wholesale or 
retail and as brokers and agents and, without 
limiting the generality of the foregoing, as 
financial, stock, insurance, customs, log, lum¬ 
ber, steel, ship, yacht and aircraft brokers and 
as manufacturers’ agents: 

4 


( d) To carry on business as builders and as 
general contractors and, subject to the pro¬ 
visions of the “ Engineering Profession Act, 
as engineers and technicians: 

(e) To carry on the businesses of towing, 
shifting, freighting and hauling in all of their 
branches: 

(f) To carry on business as manufacturers 
of products of every kind and description: 

( g ) To manufacture, process, treat, distil, 
purify, combine, repair and alter materials, 
goods, wares, merchandise and products of 
every kind and description: 

(h) To carry on business as warehousemen 
and wharfingers and to operate wharves, 
docks, piers, booming-grounds, warehouses and 
facilities of every kind: 

( i ) To carry on the business of brokers, 
general merchants, wholesalers, retailers, job¬ 
bers, exporters, importers, commission and 
manufacturers’ agents, and to manufacture, 
buy, sell, deal and trade in merchandise of 
every kind and nature whatsoever: 

( j) To carry on all or any of the following 
business, that is to say: barge-owners, lighter¬ 
men, charterers, ship-owners, ship-brokers, rail¬ 
way and forwarding agents, garage and repair 
men, bonded and common carmen and any 
other business which can conveniently be car¬ 
ried on in connection with the above: 

( k ) To carry on business as fishermen and 
cannery operators: 

(l) Subject to the provisions of the “ In¬ 
surance Act,” to guarantee or become liable 
for the payment of money or the performance 
of any obligations by any person, firm or cor¬ 
poration : 

(m) 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 
the said business; the storage and docking of 
ships of every kind and description and the 
loading and unloading thereof. 

The objects set forth in any subclause of 
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 caluse, 
and the Company shall have full power to 
exercise all or any of its objects in any part 
of the world. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2446-del8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22855. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ R. A. Mac¬ 
Donald Logging, Limited,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 8th 
day of December, 1947. 

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

The address of its registered office is 540 
Main Street, Mission City, B.C. 

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

(а) To carry on business as timber-owners, 
timber-growers, operators of sawmills, tie- 
mills, shingle-mills, pulp-mills, paper-mills, 
shake-splitters, loggers, lumbermen, ware¬ 
housemen, wharfingers, general brokers, gen- 
ei-al merchants, general contractors, carriers 
by land or water, storekeepers, and boarding¬ 
house proprietors, water and electric power 
proprietors; to manufacture and deal in 
articles of all kinds in the manufacture of 
which timber or wood is used: 

(б) To purchase or otherwise acquire, take, 
or give mortgages on, buy, take on lease or 
licence or charter, or on any other arrange¬ 
ment, grow, prepare for market, manufacture, 
build, construct, improve, manage, develop, let 
out, charter, hire, hypothecate, pledge, charge, 

















3846 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


import, export, turn to account, sell and deal in 
genei-ally forest products, timber, timber lands, 
timber licences or leases, mills, water rights 
and powers, and generally any and all real 
and personal property of whatsoever nature 
or any interest therein: 

(c) To carry on the business of merchants, 
dealers, traders, agents, brokers, commission 
merchants, either retail or wholesale or other¬ 
wise, in respect of lumber, timber, ties, logs, 
poles, posts, piles, or other forest products, 
whether manufactui’ed or under manufacture, 
and in all stages and varieties of manufac¬ 
ture : 

( d ) To engage in any other undertaking 
which may profitably be undertaken by the 
Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2435-del8 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22861. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Peace River 
Natural Gas Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 9th day 
of December, 1947. 

The Company is authorized to issue one hun¬ 
dred and fifty thousand shares without nom¬ 
inal or par value. 

The address of its registered office is Suite 
1508, Standard Building, 510 Hastings Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) To prospect and explore for, open, work, 
develop, drill, bore, sink, dig for, produce, pro¬ 
cure, manufacture, refine, process, buy, sell, 
use, dispose of and deal in natural gas, oil, petro¬ 
leum products of all kinds and the products, 
by-products and derivatives thereof, and other 
natural, artificial or manufactured fuel prod¬ 
ucts and minerals and mineral substances of 
all kinds and to render same marketable and 
to carry on all or any of the businesses that 
are usually or may be conveniently carried on 
by natural gas, oil, petroleum products or by¬ 
products or other natural or manufactured 
fuel product companies: 

(b) To sell, supply, transport, distribute 
through pipe-lines or otherwise and deal in 
gas, oil, petroleum products or by-products and 
other natural or manufactured fuel products 
for lighting, heating, motive power or any 
other purposes whatsoever: 

(c) To acquire by purchase, lease, conces¬ 
sion, licence, permit, exchange, expropriation 
or other legal title, oil wells; oil lots, easements, 
rights-of-way, oil lands, oil claims, natural gas 
wells, privileges, rights and oil and gas terri¬ 
tories, lands and places which may seem to the 
Company capable, or possibly capable, of 
affording a supply of oil or gas or other 
minerals, salts or chemicals; and either 
absolutely or conditionally, and either solely 
or jointly with others, as principals, agents, 
contractors or otherwise; and to lease, place 
under licence, sell, dispose of, and otherwise 
deal with the same or any part thereof, or 
any interest therein: 

(d) 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 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: 


(e) To acquire, construct, erect, lay down, 
drill, maintain, enlarge, alter, work and use 
all such lands, buildings, erections, derricks, 
easements, gas and other works, plants, re¬ 
fineries, storage, wells, reservoirs, machinery, 
plant, stock pipes, pipe-lines, pumping-stations 
and plants, lamps, motors, fittings, meters, ap¬ 
paratus, equipment, material and things and to 
supply all materials, products and things as 
may be necessary, incident, or convenient in 
connection with the acquisition, production, 
use, storage, regulation, measurement, supply, 
piping and distribution, purchase and sale-or 
other dealing in all or any of the products of 
the Company: 

(/) To purchase, lease or otherwise acquire, 
erect, own, and operate oil refineries, gas 
works and plants, including plants for the 
production of coke, and other by-products; to 
buy, build, own, lease and operate pipe-lines 
for the transportation of oil or natural or 
manufactured gas; and, in connection with the 
foregoing, to manufacture, acquire, operate, 
sell, import and export, all kinds of machines, 
machinery, plant, equipment, tools, materials, 
merchandise, fixtures and furnishings whatso¬ 
ever used in or connected with the foregoing 
businesses: 

(g) If authorized by or under the “ Petro¬ 
leum and Natural Gas Act, 1947,” of the Prov¬ 
ince of British Columbia, or any other Statute 
or enactment of governmental authority or by 
any governmental authority, to expropriate and 
purchase lands or easements or rights-of-way 
for the purpose of constructing, operating and 
maintaining pipe-lines and accessories to 
transmit oil or gas and for rights of access 
thereto, and generally to expropriate prop¬ 
erties, rights and things required by the Com¬ 
pany in its operations and to carry on all and 
any such expropriation proceedings: 

( h) To apply for and obtain franchises and 
contracts with cities, towns, municipalities, 
companies, corporations and provincial and 
federal governments and with individuals for 
supplying natural gas for illuminating pur¬ 
poses, domestic heating and generation of 
power and to enter into all contracts or agree¬ 
ments connected therewith: 

(i) To carry on the business in Canada or 
elsewhere of importers, exporters, producers, 
traders, refiners, storers, transporters, market¬ 
ers, suppliers and distributers of petroleum 
and petroleum products and by-products of 
every kind and description and natural gas: 

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

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2435-del8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22869. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Reschke 
Coal, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 13th day of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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 at the 
office of T. Hargreaves, real estate, Fort St. 
John, B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on coal-ming operations within 
the Province of British Columbia: 

(b) To carry on milling operations within 
the Province of British Columbia: 

(c) To operate the general business of fuel 
dealers and to sell fuel of all qualities and 
kinds, and the by-products from fuel, both at 
wholesale and retail: 

(d) To operate as carriers of freights and 
to operate truck lines, express lines and any 
manner of public conveyance and to operate as 
public carriers; 









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3847 


(e) To operate bunk-houses, boarding¬ 
houses and to provide all accommodation in¬ 
cidental and necessary to the said fuel busi¬ 
ness and the operation thereof: 

(/) To operate repair shops, service-sta¬ 
tions, storage facilities and to buy, sell and 
deal in petroleum products of all kinds, and 
to service all types of equipment, used or 
which can be used, in connection with the said 
fuel business and generally to carry on the 
business of garage proprietors: 

(g) To allot credited or fully paid-up 
shares of the Company as a whole or part of 
the purchase price of any property which is 
or may be purchased or acquired by the Com¬ 
pany: 

( h ) To borrow money upon the credit of the 
Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2446-del8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22870. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Pacific Hold¬ 
ings, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 13th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

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

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

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

(a) To purchase or otherwise acquire and 
to hold and to sell or otherwise dispose of or 
charge all types and kinds of real and per¬ 
sonal property, and to in any way deal with 
the same: 

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

(c) 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. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2446-del8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22863. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Kamloops 
Investment Company, Ltd.,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 10th 
day of December, 1947. 

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

The address of its registered office is at the 
offices of the Canada Trust Company, 455 
Howe Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) To invest in shares, stocks, bonds, de¬ 
bentures, debenture stock and other evidences 
of indebtedness and obligations issued or 
guaranteed by any corporation, company, 
chartered bank, association, partnership, 
syndicate, entity, person or governmental, 
municipal or public authority, domestic or 
foreign, and evidences of any interest in re¬ 
spect of any such shares, stocks, bonds, de¬ 
bentures, debenture stock and other evidences 
of indebtedness and obligations and to invest 
and lend money at interest on the security of 
personal property or without security and to 
change, alter or realize upon any investments 
and to reinvest any moneys which may at any 
time be available for that purpose: 


( b ) To acquire by original subscription, 
tender, purchase, exchange or otherwise and 
to hold either as principal or agent and 
absolutely as owner or by way of collateial 
security and to enjoy, borrow on and to hypo- 
thecate and to exchange or otherwise dispose 
of and deal in any such shares, stocks, bonds, 
debentures, debenture stock and other evi¬ 
dences of indebtedness and obligations and 
evidences of any interest in respect of any 
such shares, stocks, bonds, debentures, deben¬ 
ture stock and other evidences of indebtedness 
and obligations and, while the owner or holder 
thereof, to exercise all rights, powers and 
privileges of ownership including all voting 
rights, if any, with respect thereto: 

(c) To promote, organize, manage or de¬ 
velop or to assist in the promotion, organiza¬ 
tion, management or development of any cor¬ 
poration, company, syndicate, firm, partner¬ 
ship, enterprise or undertaking, or 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: 

( d ) To purchase or otherwise acquire and 
hold or otherwise deal in real and personal 
property and rights and in particular lands, 
buildings, hereditaments, business or indus¬ 
trial concerns and undertakings, mortgages, 
charges, contracts, concessions, franchises, an¬ 
nuities, patents, licences, securities, policies, 
book debts and any interest in real or personal 
property, any claims against such property or 
against any person or company and privileges 
and choses in action of all kinds: 

(e) To purchase or otherwise acquire and 
hold or otherwise deal in real and personal 
property and rights and in particular lands, 
buildings, ranches, farms, dairies, farm, ranch 
and dairy equipment, horses, cattle, live stock, 
grain and other farm, ranch and dairy prod¬ 
ucts; and to operate farms and ranches for 
horses, cattle, live stock, dairying or agricul¬ 
ture; and to breed, raise, keep, train, use, 
show, race, render marketable and deal in 
horses, cattle, live stock of all kinds; and to 
purchase, buy, sell, manufacture and deal in 
all agricultural products and by-products: 

(/) To procure capital, credit or other as¬ 
sistance for establishing, extending or re¬ 
organizing any enterprise or industry carried 
on or intended to be carried on by any person, 
firm, corporation or company: 

(g) To do all such things and to carry on 
such businesses as the Company may think are 
incidental or conducive to the attainment of 
the above objects. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2446-del8 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22877. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Sunshine 
Housing, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 15th day of 
December, 1947. 

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 710 
Broughton Street, Victoria, B.C. 

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

(a) To engage in and undertake, whether 
as contractors, builders, owners or otherwise 
and either alone or in conjunction with others, 
the erection, construction, interior decorating, 
equipment, maintenance, repair, alteration, re¬ 
modelling, wrecking, destruction, salvage, re¬ 
moval, haulage, laying down, or otherwise of 
buildings, houses, garages, apartment blocks, 
schools, office buildings, armouries, fortifica¬ 
tions, warehouses, stores, factories, hotels, 
greenhouses, lighthouses, churches, hangars, 


















3848 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


airports, radio-stations, and all other build¬ 
ings whether used for habitation, industrial 
storage, or any other purpose whatsoever, 
ships, boats, aeroplanes, radio-towers, wharves, 
piers, bridges, reservoirs, embankments, exca¬ 
vations, foundations, parks, shipyards, grav¬ 
ing-docks, dry-docks, landing-fields, roads, 
streets, lanes, rights-of-way, railway and other 
beds, tracks, lines, spur-tracks, garden plots, 
boulevards, airfields, recreation-grounds, par¬ 
ade-grounds, including air and naval estab¬ 
lishments, reclamation, sewage, drainage, irri¬ 
gation, refrigeration, insulation, cultivation, 
clearing, sanitary, water, gas, electric light, 
aerial service, telephonic, telegraphic, hydro, 
forestry, radio, wireless, and power-supply 
works, projects and operations, and generally 
all buildings, operations, works, enterprises, 
projects and undertakings of public or pri¬ 
vate utility, and to carry on the business or 
businesses of builders, contractors, surveyors, 
architects, landscape-gardeners, masons, 
paviors, painters, Stainers, joiners, wood-work¬ 
ers, paper-hangers, decorators, mechanics, ma¬ 
chinists, sheet-metal workers, blacksmiths, 
plumbers, tinsmiths, iron and steel converters, 
hardware dealers and merchants, quarries, 
smelters, and steel makers, bricklayers and 
any other calling, trade or business required 
for the Company’s purposes, operations or 
dealings and as manufacturers, merchants and 
dealers in wood, timber, iron, zinc, steel, bur¬ 
lap, aluminum, plastics, stone, lime, concrete, 
asphalt, tar, clay, pulp, sand, gravel, water, 
earth, coal, slate, dyes, oils and colours, paper, 
paints, pigments, varnishes and chemical prod¬ 
ucts, patent fuels, bricks, tiles, cement, plaster, 
glass, leather, earthenware, terra-cotta, and 
ceramic wares, rubber, beams, laths, and all 
mineral and vegetable and other products and 
building, structural, and construction ma¬ 
terials, substances, and goods, whether in raw 
or manufactured state, required in the busi¬ 
ness of the Company, and all articles and 
goods supplied and dealt with in connection 
therewith or incidental to or forming part 
thereof and all products and goods, kindred or 
otherwise, used in the production and manufac¬ 
ture of all goods and articles used in the 
Company’s business: 

( b ) To manufacture into marketable com¬ 
modities or otherwise and to dispose of all 
residual or by-products resulting from any 
refining or other process or operation in which 
the Company may be engaged. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2470-del 8 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22875. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Fraser 
River Dredging Co., Ltd.,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 15th 
day of December, 1947. 

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 512 
Westminster Trust Building, New Westmin¬ 
ster, B.C. 

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

(a) To own and operate every kind of 
dredging, land-clearing, earth-removing, road¬ 
building, construction and logging equipment 
and machinery; to undertake, either inde¬ 
pendently or under contract, dredging, land¬ 
clearing, earth-removing, road-building, con¬ 
struction, and logging operations; to establish 
maintenance and repair shops, warehouses, 
and depots; and in general to carry on every 
kind of activity related to dredging, land¬ 
clearing, earth-removing, road-building, con¬ 
struction and logging: 


( b) To carry on all or any of the businesses 
of ship-owners, tug-owners, barge-owners, 
ship-brokers, managers of shipping property, 
freight contractors, carriers by land and sea, 
lightermen, forwarding agents, ice merchants, 
refrigerating storekeepers, warehousemen, 
wharfingers and general traders: 

(c) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, dis¬ 
covery, location, or otherwise, and 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 dispose 
thereof: 

( d) To prospect for, locate, acquire, man¬ 
age, develop, work and sell mines, mineral 
claims and mining leases and to win, get, 
treat, refine and market minerals therefrom: 

( 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 otherwise calculated, directly or in¬ 
directly, to enhance the value of the Company’s 
property and rights for the time being. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2470-del8 Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3303. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Canadian 
T Legion, B.E.S.L., Branch No. 40, Penticton, 
B.C. 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 Penticton, 
Province of British Columbia. . 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
twelfth day of December, one thousand nine 
hundred and forty-seven. 

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

Registrar of Companies. 

The object of the Society is: To purchase 
Lots Seventeen (17), Eighteen (18), Nine¬ 
teen (19) and Twenty (20), in Block Eighteen 
(18), Map Two hundred and sixty-nine (269), 
situate in the Municipality of Penticton, in 
the Province of British Columbia and to erect 
a building to be operated for the benefit of the 
Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L., Branch No. 40, 
Penticton, B.C. 2446-del8 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22874. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Wallace’s 
Department Store, Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 15th day 
of December, 1947. 

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 corner 
of Third Avenue and Fulton Street, Prince 
Rupert, B.C. 

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

(a) To buy, sell, trade, deal in, import, ex¬ 
port, job, wholesale and retail, all kinds of 
clothing, wearing apparel, boots and shoes, 
dry-goods, woollens, cottons and silks of every 
sort and description: 

( b ) To carry on the business of jobbers, 
importers, exporters, traders wholesale and re¬ 
tail, and dealers and distributers of any and 
all of the foregoing merchandise, and to that 
end to do any and all other things appertain¬ 
ing to the merchandise: 


















December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3849 


(c) To carry on a general mercantile or 
merchandise business and to purchase or re¬ 
ceive on consignment or otherwise, sell, directly 
or on commission, and deal in such goods, pro¬ 
visions, supplies, wares, effects and mer¬ 
chandise as are or may be sold in a store of 
any kind, class or description and to manufac¬ 
ture, produce, adapt, prepare, purchase, sell 
and otherwise deal in any and all other com¬ 
modities : 

( d ) To adopt such means of making known 
the products of the Company as may seem 
expedient and in particular by advertising in 
the press, by circulars, by periodicals, by pur¬ 
chase and exhibition of works, and by grant¬ 
ing prizes, rewards and donations. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2470-del8 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22873. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ F. Ritter & 
Co. (1947), Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “Companies Act” on the 15th day 
of December, 1947. 

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 325 
Howe Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) To manufacture, compound, refine, dis¬ 
til, treat, repair, analyse, synthesise, produce, 
buy, sell, import and in every way deal in 
chemicals, drugs, medicines, pharmaceutical 
supplies, materials and products, dye-stuffs, 
paints, colours, oils, varnishes and their in¬ 
gredients, and do all things incidental or cus¬ 
tomarily appertaining to the chemical, drug 
and pharmaceutical business and trade, as 
manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer or importer 
and (or) exporter: 

( b ) To manufacture, buy and sell soaps for 
laundry and toilet use, toilet creams, rouges, 
grease paints, cosmetics, lip salves, hair dyes, 
perfumes and lotions, and accessories of all 
kinds: 

(c) To buy, import, manufacture, extract, 
refine, compound, treat, prepare, use and sell 
animal fats, vegetable oils, potash lye, pow¬ 
dered talc, essences, colours, dyes and chemi¬ 
cals of all kinds: 

( d ) To buy, sell, export and import all kinds 
of vegetables and meats for human consump¬ 
tion, to can, salt, pack and otherwise preserve 
the same: 

( e ) To prepare formulae and recipes and 
manufacture, buy, sell and generally deal in 
flavouring extracts for household use, for the 
use of bakers, confectioners, ice-cream makers, 
canners and others manufacturing or dealing 
in food products, and to manufacture, buy, sell 
and generally deal in colours and colouring 
for use in food products of all kinds, in con¬ 
formity with existing laws or those which may 
be enacted hereafter: 

(/) To purchase or otherwise deal in, under¬ 
take, carry on, improve or develop all or any 
part of the business, good-will, rights, estates, 
and liabilities of any person, firm, associa¬ 
tion or corporation carrying on any kind of 
business: 

(g) To buy, lease or otherwise acquire, hold, 
own, maintain, control, use, manage, improve, 
develop, plant, sell, convey, rent, mortgage, 
pledge or otherwise encumber, assign, trans¬ 
fer, lease, exchange, invest in, trade in, deal 
in and deal with, or in any manner whatso¬ 
ever dispose of or contract in any manner in 
regard to any real estate, improved or unim¬ 
proved, or any interest or right thereunder, 
and all other kinds of property, chattels and 
chattels real, without limit as to amount: 


(h) To purchase, own, hold, sell, improve, 
mortgage, lease, exchange, rent, assign, trans¬ 
fer, hypothecate, or otherwise deal in and with 
real and personal property, inventions, trade¬ 
marks, patents, patent rights, bills of sale, 
warehouse receipts, trade acceptances, mort¬ 
gages, deeds of trust, promissory notes, con¬ 
tracts of purchase and sale of goods, wares 
and merchandise of any kind or character, and 
all classes of evidence of indebtedness: 

( i ) To make, draw, accept, endorse, execute 
and issue, without limit as to amount, promis¬ 
sory notes, drafts, bills of exchange, warrants, 
bonds, debentures and other negotiable or 
transferable instruments and evidences of in¬ 
debtedness, whether secured by mortgage or 
otherwise, as well as to secure the same by 
mortgage or otherwise: 

(j) In general, to carry on any business of 
the same general character as the foregoing, 
and to do any or all of the things herein set 
forth, and to do all and everything necessary, 
suitable and proper for the accomplishment 
of any of the purposes or the attainment of 
any of the objects, or the furtherance of any 
of the powers hereinbefore set forth, either 
alone or in association with other corporations, 
firms, or individuals, to the same extent as 
natural persons might or could do as prin¬ 
cipals, agents, contractors, factors, brokers or 
otherwise, and to do every other act or acts, 
thing or things, incidental or pertaining to, or 
growing out of, or connected with the afore¬ 
said business or powers or any part or parts 
thereof. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2470-del8 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22867. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Bell Electric, 
Limited,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act” on the 11th day of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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 2141 
Forty-first Avenue West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The object for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished is: To manufacture, buy, sell and other¬ 
wise deal in electrical supplies of all kinds, 
and to buy and sell merchandise of all kinds at 
wholesale and retail. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2435-del8 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22864. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Newton 
Hatcheries, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 10th day 
of December, 1947. 

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 1513 
Newton Road, Surrey, B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on business of a hatchery in 
all its branches, together with all business 
necessary or impliedly incidental thereto and 
to act as agents, consignees, or commission 
merchants in connection therewith: 

(b) To breed, raise, buy, sell, export, im¬ 
port and deal in, both wholesale and retail, 
turkeys, chickens and poultry of all kinds, and 
to carry on business as breeders of turkeys 
and poultry of all kinds, poulterers, farmers, 
and general merchants: 

(c) To buy, sell, produce, import, export, 
and deal both wholesale and retail, as agents 
or brokers, in turkeys, chickens, poultry, live 

















3850 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


stock, butter, eggs, cheese, milk, cream, grain, 
vegetables, fruit, meats, feed, fertilizer, and 
in dairy, farm, orchard, garden and poultry 
products, supplies and equipment of all kinds: 

( d ) To carry on the business of contrac¬ 
tors, warehousemen, packers, shippers, manu¬ 
facturers, transporters, traders, investors and 
financiers: 

( e ) To acquire, build, lease, hold, maintain, 
equip, improve, sell, and operate farms, ware¬ 
houses, hatcheries, packing-plants, ice and cold 
storage plants, refrigerators and canning 
plants: 

(/) To borrow or raise money for any pur¬ 
pose of the Company, and for the purpose of 
securing the same and interest, and for any 
other purpose, to mortgage or charge the prop¬ 
erty of the Company or its uncalled capital, 
and to create, issue, make, draw, accept, and 
negotiate redeemable debentures or debenture 
stock, bonds, promissory notes, bills of ex¬ 
change, bills of lading, warehouse receipts, 
foreign obligations, and other instruments: 

( g ) To loan or advance any of the funds of 
the Company to any shareholder of the Com¬ 
pany or to any other person, firm or corpora¬ 
tion : 

( h ) To pay for any business, property, 
assets or services which the Company may 
purchase, acquire or receive in cash or by 
shares or debentures or other securities of the 
Company: 

( i ) To carry on and exercise the aforesaid 
within or without British Columbia: 

(;) It is expressly declared that the inten¬ 
tion is that the objects set forth in the fore¬ 
going paragraphs shall be construed in the 
most liberal way and shall in nowise be limited 
or restricted by reference to any other para¬ 
graph or by any inference drawn from the 
terms of any other paragraph. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2470-del8 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22882. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Manson 
Bros., Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 16th day of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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 1907 
Frederick Avenue, New Westminster, B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on business as a general con¬ 
tracting, development and construction com¬ 
pany, in all their respective branches, and as 
general contractors for the construction, erec¬ 
tion, repair, improvement and maintenance of 
public and private works, buildings, structures 
and undertakings of every kind and descrip¬ 
tion, and generally, but not so as to limit the 
foregoing, to design, construct, enlarge, extend, 
repair, complete, take down and remove, or 
otherwise engage in any work upon bridges, 
piers, docks, foundations, mines, shafts, tun¬ 
nels, wells, buildings, railroads, canals, and all 
kinds of excavations, and clearing, bulldozing, 
and iron, wood, masonry and earth construc¬ 
tions, to carry on all or any of the business 
following: Manufacturers and dealers in tools, 
implements and machinery of all kinds, iron 
foundries, metal works, boiler makers, loggers, 
millworkers, smiths, machinists, lumber im¬ 
porters and exporters, mill operators, log 
trucking, trucking and hauling, iron and steel 
metallurgists, miners, quarrymen, colliery 
proprietors, ship-owners, ship-builders, car¬ 
riers, general merchants, and dealers in mer¬ 
chandise generally, exporters and importers, 
manufacturers and dealers in rolling stock, 
hardware and contractors’ supplies and build¬ 
ing materials of all kinds: 


( b ) To acquire, enter into, and take over 
contracts of every description, and to transfer, 
assign or otherwise dispose of any contracts 
or undertaking of the Company, in whole or 
in part, and to enter into, carry out, perform 
and sublet contracts for doing work and 
supplying materials in connection therewith: 

(c) To acquire, construct, manufacture, 
build, maintain and operate all stock-in-trade, 
plant, machinery, equipment and appliances 
necessary or convenient for the proper carry¬ 
ing on of any of its undertakings: 

( d ) To purchase, lease or otherwise acquire, 
build, equip, maintain and operate, all such 
transportation facilities, whether by land, air 
or by water, as may be necessary or con¬ 
venient in the conduct of its operations, and 
to sell, lease, or otherwise dispose of the same: 

(e) To buy, sell, manufacture, repair, alter, 
and exchange, let, or hire, import, export, 
manipulate, prepare for market, and deal in 
all kinds of goods, chattels, wares, and mer¬ 
chandise, which may be required for the pur¬ 
poses of any of the said businesses, or com¬ 
monly supplied or dealt in by persons in any 
of the said businesses, or which may seem 
capable of being profitably deal with in con¬ 
nection with any of the said businesses: 

(/) To carry on business of warehousing 
and cold storage, and all the business neces¬ 
sarily, or impliedly incidental thereto, and to 
further carry on the business of general ware¬ 
housing in all its several branches, to con¬ 
struct, hire, purchase, operate and maintain, 
all or any conveyances for the transportation 
in cold storage, or otherwise, by land or by 
water, of any and all products, goods or manu¬ 
factured articles, to issue certificates and war¬ 
rants, negotiable or otherwise, to persons 
warehousing goods with the Company, to 
manufacture, sell and trade in all goods 
usually dealt in by warehousemen; to con¬ 
struct, purchase, take on lease, or otherwise 
acquire, any wharf, pier, dock or works, cap¬ 
able of being advantageously used in connec¬ 
tion with the shipping and carrying, or other 
business of the Company; and generally to 
carry on or undertake any business undertak¬ 
ing, transaction or operation commonly carried 
on, or undertaken by warehousemen, and any 
other business which may from time to time 
seem to the directors capable of being con¬ 
veniently 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, 

2494-del8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22865. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Viner Log¬ 
ging, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“Companies Act” on the 11th dav of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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 1014 
Stock Exchange Building, 475 Howe Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) To own and operate logging camps, 
shingle-mills, sawmills, planing-mills, pulp- 
mills, and wood-working plants of every kind 
and description; logging and industrial rail¬ 
ways and factories: 

(l>) To carry on business as loggers and 
lumbermen, timber-cruisers and sawmill pro¬ 
prietors, and to buy, sell, log, produce, manu¬ 
facture, treat, import, export and deal in logs, 
lumber and wood of all kinds: 

(c) To purchase, take on lease or licence, 
exchange or otherwise acquire lands, timber 
berths, leases, limits, licences, mill property 













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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3851 


and sites and water rights and powers, rights 
to build skidways and roads, foreshore rights, 
wharves, piers, booms and other works for 
the collecting, holding, protecting, driving, 
rafting, towing, sorting, delivering and all 
purposes incidental to the reception, safe-keep¬ 
ing and transmission of timber, sawlogs, pulp- 
wood and other lumber and timber: 

( d ) To carry on business as ship-owners 
and carriers by air, land and sea, and to own, 
operate, lease, hire and charter ships, barges, 
aircraft, and land-vehicles of every kind and 
description: 

(e) To carry on the business of general 
merchants, and to buy, sell, import, export 
and deal in goods and merchandise of every 
kind and description: 

(/) To carry on business as warehousemen, 
wharfingers and forwarding agents.. 

The objects set forth in any subclause of 
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. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2494-del8 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22883. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Utility Con¬ 
tainers, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 16th day of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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 641 
Pembroke Street, Victoria, B.C. 

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

(а) To carry on business as manufacturers 
of containers, and to buy, sell, prepare for 
market, import, export, and deal in containers 
of all kinds: 

(б) To acquire and operate machinery and 
equipment, machine shops, mills, lands and 
buildings, for the manufacture of containers: 

(c) To carry on the business of contractors 
in all and any branch of the business dealing 
with containers. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2494-del8 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22878. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Golf-Pool, 
Limited,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 16th day of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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

The address of its registered office is 309 
Royal Bank Building, 675 Hastings Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on the business of construct¬ 
ing, manufacturing, making, inventing, plan¬ 
ning, devising, creating, repairing and altering 
or causing the same to be done on behalf of the 
Company any game or device of skill or nf 
chance or partly of chance and partly of skill, 
or any portion or component part thereof, of 
any substance whatsoever, and without restrict¬ 
ing the generality of the foregoing, tables, 
forms, frames, supports, stands, cues, sticks, 
clubs, heads, shafts, balls, pockets, cushions, 
stands, racks, scoring devices, paints, colour¬ 
ings, marking devices, plaques, signs, coverings 
of cloth or other substances or any other 


articles of whatsoever kind or nature which 
may conveniently be used in connection with 
the aforesaid or as a component part thereof 

or of any of them: . 

( b ) To carry on the business of printing, 
publishing, engraving, lithographing, binding, 
mimeographing, duplicating, distributing, sell¬ 
ing, and merchandising, books, pamphlets, 
brochures, instructions, rules, conventions, 
advertising matter, posters, signs, displays and 
bill-boards: 

(c) To sell, barter, rent, lease, put out for 
hire, exchange, distribute, acquire, buy, dis¬ 
pose of, let and grant franchises or rights in 
connection with, or otherwise deal in any and 
all of the articles mentioned in paragraphs (a) 
and (b) hereof or any portion or component 
part thereof: 

( d) To promote, provide, organize, sponsor, 
show, arrange, participate in, create interest 
in, and hold any demonstrations, exhibitions, 
displays and showings, of any and all of the 
articles mentioned in paragraphs (a) and (b) 
hereof or any portion or component part 
thereof: 

( e ) To obtain, apply for, acquire, buy, sell, 
exchange, trade, deal in and seek any patent, 
patent rights, copyrights, trade-marks, or any 
interests therein, relating to any of the articles 
mentioned in paragraphs (a) and (b) hereof, 
or any portion or component part thereof: 

(/) To acquire and take over by purchase or 
otherwise in any way whatsoever all or any 
part of the stock-in-trade, plant, leases, 
licences, trade-marks, patents, copyrights, and 
all other goods and chattels, personal property 
and real property and assets of any person, 
firm or corporation, or of any business whatso¬ 
ever and wheresoever carried on, or which may 
at any time be carried on, either subject to the 
whole or part of the liabilities thereof respec¬ 
tively, or otherwise as may be agreed, and in 
either or any of the above cases, and in the 
case of any debts or account owing or payable 
by the Company at any time to any person, 
firm or corporation (including any shareholder 
or director of the Company) to pay for the 
same either in money or shares or bonds or 
debentures of the Company, said shares in any 
or either case to be either partly or fully 
paid up. 

(/) To carry on the business of general mer¬ 
chants and dealers, wholesale and retail, in all 
manufactured goods, materials, provisions, 
products, and produce whatsoever: 

(a) To loan money upon the security of any 
and all kinds and descriptions of real and per¬ 
sonal property, wheresoever situate, and par¬ 
ticularly, but without affecting the generality 
of the foregoing, mortgages (whether first or 
subsequent) and agreements for sale of either 
real or personal property, stocks, shares, de¬ 
benture stocks and bonds, debentures, bonds, 
charter-parties, bills of exchange, bills of 
lading, deposit receipts, contracts, warrants, 
and any other negotiable or transferable inter¬ 
ests, documents or securities: 

( h ) To amalgamate with any person or per¬ 
sons, or any company established for objects 
altogether or in part similar to the objects of 
this Company, or otherwise, and for such con¬ 
sideration, either in shares or debentures of 
another company or cash, as the Company may 
think fit; and to take or otherwise acquire and 
hold shares in any other company having ob¬ 
jects altogether or in part similar to those of 
this Company, or carrying on any business 
capable of being conducted so as to directly or 
indirectly benefit this Company: 

(i) To guarantee and become surety for the 
performance of any contract, obligation or 
undertaking made or to be made by any person, 
firm or corporation whatsoever, and to secure 
the performance thereof by mortgage or 
charge, on all or any of the property or assets 
of the Company, including its unpaid or un¬ 
called capital for the time being, or in any 














3852 


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[December 24th, 1947. 


other manner whatsoever: Provided that noth¬ 
ing herein contained shall confer on the Com¬ 
pany the powers of an insurance company 
within the meaning of the “ Insurance Act,” 
chapter 133, “ Revised Statutes of British 
Columbia, 1936 ”: 

(j) To register or license the Company in 
any of the Provinces of Canada or elsewhere 
wheresoever and to do all necessary things in 
that behalf: 

(k) To secure the fulfilment of any con¬ 
tracts or engagements entered into by the Com¬ 
pany by mortgage or charge on all or any of 
the property of the Company and its unpaid or 
uncalled capital for the time being, or in any 
other manner whatsoever. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2494-del8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22879. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Postrite, 
Ltd.,” was incorporated under the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” on the 16th day of December, 
1947. 

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 309 
Royal Bank Building, 675 Hastings Street 
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 printers, stationers, type founders, stereo¬ 
typers, lithographers, electrotypers, photo¬ 
graphic printers, photo-lithographers, chromo- 
lithographers, mimeographers, multigraphers, 
cartographers, engravers, die-sinkers, book¬ 
binders, designers, draughtsmen, commercial 
artists, manufacturing and recording electrical 
transcriptions, microfilming, and any other 
business which may be usefully or conveniently 
carried on in connection with such businesses, 
and to acquire and undertake the whole or any 
part of the businesses, property, and liabilities 
of any person or company carrying on such 
businesses or any of them or any other busi¬ 
ness which may be usefully or conveniently 
carried on in connection therewith; to carry 
on the business of manufacturers of and 
dealers in all kinds of apparatus, appliances, 
plant and material employed or used or sup¬ 
plied by or dealt in by such businesses as afore¬ 
said, and to buy, lease or otherwise acquire and 
sell, rent dispose of and use the same for the 
purposes of the business of the Company: 

(b) To carry on business as proprietors and 
publishers of newspapers, journals, magazines, 
books, and other literary works and under¬ 
takings : 

(c) To carry on the business of acquiring, 
manufacturing, building, expecting and selling 
or renting, or otherwise supplying advertising 
signs and billboai’ds of every description: 

(d) To establish competitions in respect of 
contributions or information suitable for inser¬ 
tion in any publication of the Company, or its 
customers, or otherwise for any of the purposes 
of the Company, and to offer and grant prizes, 
x-ewards, and premiums of such chai’acter and 
on such terms as may seem expedient: 

(e) To provide for and furnish or secure to 
any members or customers of the Company, or 
to any subscribers to or purchasers or pos¬ 
sessors of, any publication of the Company, or 
of any coupons or tickets issued with any pub¬ 
lications of the Company, any chattels, con¬ 
veniences, advantages, benefits, or special privi¬ 
leges which may seem expedient, and either 
gratuitously or otherwise: 

(/) To provide and conduct refreshment 
looms, newspaper rooms, reading and writing 
rooms, dressing-rooms, telephones, and other 
conveniences for the use of customers and 
others: 


(g) To establish and maintain circulating 
libraries, and also reading and writing rooms, 
and a reference library, and to furnish the 
same respectively with books, reviews, maga¬ 
zines, newspapers, and other publications, in¬ 
cluding instrumental and vocal music: 

( h ) To acquire and take over by purchase or 
otherwise in any way whatsoever all or any 
part of the stock-in-trade, plant, leases, licences 
and all other goods and chattels, personal prop¬ 
erty and real property and assets of any pei'- 
son, firm or corporation or of any business 
whatsoever and whei’esoever carried on, or 
which may at any time be carried on, either 
subject to the whole or part of the liabilities 
thereof respectively, or otherwise as may be 
agreed, and in either or any of the above cases, 
and in the case of any debt or account owing 
or payable by the Company at any time to any 
person, firm or corporation (including any 
shareholder or director of the Company) and 
(or) in the case of any liability, obligation or 
contract for or in respect of wliich the Com¬ 
pany is or is about to become liable, to pay for, 
satisfy or dischai’ge the same either in money 
or debentures or bonds or shares of the Com¬ 
pany, or partly in money and pai'tly in shares 
or bonds or debentures of the Company, or 
partly in money and partly in shares and partly 
in bonds or debentures of the Company, or 
partly in shares and partly in bonds or deben¬ 
tures of the Company, said shares in any or 
either case to be either partly or fully paid up; 
such debentures to be secured either by charge 
on or a deposit of any part or all of the Com¬ 
pany’s property of any kind whatsoever, both 
present and future, including its uncalled capi¬ 
tal, or without such chai’ge: 

( i) To guarantee and become surety for the 
pex-formance of any contract, obligation or 
undertaking made or to be made by any per¬ 
son, firm or corpox-ation whatsoever, and to 
secure the performance thereof by mortgage or 
chai’ge on all or any of the property or assets 
of the Company, including its unpaid or un¬ 
called capital for the time being, or in any 
other manner whatsoever: Pi’ovided that noth¬ 
ing herein contained shall confer on the Com¬ 
pany the powers of an insurance company 
within the meaning of the “ Insurance Act ”: 

(j) To secui-e the fulfilment of any contracts 
or engagements entered into by the Company 
by mortgage or charge on all or any of the 
property of the Company and its unpaid or 
uncalled capital for the time being, or in any 
manner whatsoever: 

(k) To register or license the Company in 
any of the Provinces of Canada or elsewhere 
wheresoever and to do all necessary things in 
that behalf. 


S. W. TAYLOR, 

2494-del8 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22856. 

IV”OTICE is hereby given that “ Continental 
Dri Ice Refrigeration, Ltd.,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 8th 
day of December, 1947. 

The authoi-ized 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 417 
Metropolitan Building, 837 Hastings Street, 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The object for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished is: The manufacture, purchase, and 
sale in any part of the world of refrigerators 
and refrigeration systems operated by the use 
of a composition commonly known as “ di’y 
ice,” the chemical composition being (C02). 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2300-dell Registrar of Companies. 










December 24th, 1947.] THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3853 


CERTIFICATES OF 
INCORPORATION. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22825. 

"M"OTICE is hereby given that “ Pratt Ma- 
chinery Sales, Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 27th day 
of November, 1947. 

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

The address of its registered office is 1500 
The Royal Bank Building, 675 Hastings Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a.) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turers of, dealers in, distributers of, importers 
and exporters of, and to buy, sell or otherwise 
acquire, equip, set up, repair, let or hire, oper¬ 
ate, deal in and deal with all kinds of ma¬ 
chinery, equipment, apparatus, appliances or 
supplies of any nature or kind whatsoever, 
and in accessories or parts thereof: 

( b .) To receive for sale on consignment and 
to sell and consign for sale, and to sell for 
commission or other reward, and to carry on 
the business of wholesale or retail dealers in 
all kinds of machinery, equipment, apparatus, 
appliances of any nature or kind whatsoever 
and in accessories and parts thereof: 

(c.) To conduct and carry on the business 
of a general equipment and machine shop, and 
to transact all business usual or incidental for 
the maintenance of the same: 

( d .) To carry on the business of general 
contractors for the construction and equip¬ 
ment of public and private works and build¬ 
ings : 

( e.) To construct, execute, carry out, equip, 
improve, work, develop, administer, manage ox- 
control public and private works and con¬ 
veniences of all kinds: 

(/.) Subject to the “ Engineering Profes¬ 
sion Act ” to carry on the business of mechani¬ 
cal, civil, hydraulic and electrical engineers 
and contractors: 

( g .) To do all of the above things either as 
principal or agent, contractor or otherwise, 
and either alone or in conjunction with others. 


S. W. TAYLOR, 

2193-de4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22823. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Abbotsford 
Auto Sales, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 26th day of No¬ 
vember, 1947. 

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 manufacture, buy, sell, import, ex¬ 
port, and generally to carry on the business of 
manufacturers of, dealers in, importers, ex¬ 
porters, lessors, lessees, repairiers, cleaners, 
storers, and warehousers of automobiles, motor¬ 
cars, motor-works, motor parts, motor-cycles, 
bicycles, velocipedes, carriages, steam motors, 
steam engines, vehicles of all kinds propelled 
by steam, wagons and vehicles of all kinds and 
motor-boats whether moved by mechanical 
power or not, and all machinery, implements, 
utensils, appliances, apparatus, lubricants, 
cements, solutions, enamels, gasoline, electrica' 
appliances and fittings, automobile tires, parts 
and accessories and other commodities anc 


5 


things capable (either now or hereafter in¬ 
vented) of being used therewith or in the 
manufacture, maintenance and workings 
thereof respectively or in the construction or 
any part thereof: . 

(}).) To carry on the business of taxicab, 
omnibus, cab, bicycle, and garage proprietors, 
and other public or private conveyance pro¬ 
prietors and repairers thereof: 

(c.) To pay for any business, property or 
rights acquired or agreed to be acquired by 
this Company, by the issue or transfer ol 
shares of this or any other company 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. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2193-de4 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22821. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ McClain 
Holdings, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 26th day 
of November, 1947. 

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

The address of its registered office is 1014 
Broad Street, Victoria, B.C. 

The objects for which the Company is estab- 
ished are:— 

(a.) To acquire real and personal property 
and to hold the property so acquired for in¬ 
vestment only and not for speculation or trad¬ 
ing, and to utilize the funds of the Company 
to acquire such real and personal property: 

( b .) To manage, rent, lease, sell, mortgage, 
exchange and transfer such real and personal 
property as the directors may consider 
prudent. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2194-de4 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 
No. 22819. 


ATOTICE is hereby given that “Terminal 
Auto Sales, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 26th day 
of November, 1947. 

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 301 
Standard Building, 510 Hastings Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a.) To carry on the business of general 
new and used car dealers and without limiting 
the generality of the foregoing to carry on the 
business of general automobile sales: 

(b.) To carry on the business of renting or 
letting out for hire vehicles of every kind and 
description whatsoever, including (but not so 
as to limit the generality of the foregoing) 
automobiles, motor-cars, taxicabs, trucks, trail¬ 
ers, motor-buses, motor-drays, motor-cycles, 
and bicycles: 

(c.) To carry on the business of motor-car 
delivery in all its branches, with or without 
drivers: 

( d .) To carry on a motor-vehicle U-drive 
business: 

( e .) To carry on the business of private 
carriers for hire of persons and (or) goods: 

(/.) To carry on the business of truckmen, 
draymen, transfermen, carriers, shippers, 
transporters, taxi and (or) omnibus opera¬ 
tors : 

(g.) To carry on the business of garagemen 
and warehousemen: 

(h.) To keep, maintain, operate, and man¬ 
age garages, storehouse depots, storerooms, 
warehouses, and other places for the opera- 















3854 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


tion, safe-keeping, cleaning, repairing, and 
care generally of vehicles of every kind and 
description: 

( i.) To operate a repair shop or shops: 

O'.) To manufacture, buy, sell, import, ex¬ 
port, trade in, exchange, alter, improve, and 
generally deal in vehicles of every kind and 
description: 

( k .) To manufacture, buy, sell, import, ex¬ 
port, trade in, exchange, alter, improve, and 
generally deal in motor and (or) vehicle parts, 
equipment and accessories, tires and rubber 
goods, gasoline, oil, lubricants and petroleum 
products, the by-products thereof, and sub¬ 
stitutes therefor: 

(/.) To manufacture, buy, sell, import, ex¬ 
port, trade in, exchange, alter, improve, manip¬ 
ulate, prepare for market, and otherwise deal 
in all kinds of plant, machinery, apparatus, 
tools, substances, materials, and things neces¬ 
sary or convenient for carrying on any of the 
above specified businesses or activities or 
usually dealt in by persons engaged in the like: 

(m.) Generally, to buy, sell, and deal in 
property both real and personal, of every kind 
and description whatsoever: 

(n.) To carry on a general or specific im¬ 
porting or exporting business, and to carry 
on business as factors and commission mer¬ 
chants : 

(o.) To engage in any business, activity or 
enterprise whatsoever, either as principal or 
agent, which is hereinbefore described, or 
which may be conducive to the business of the 
Company, or which the directors may deem 
advisable to engage in, or which an individual 
may do or is permitted of a company under the 
provisions of the “ Companies Act ” of the 
Province of British Columbia, and is 'not pro¬ 
hibited by law. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2194-de4 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22822. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Trapp 
Motors (1947), Limited,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 26th 
day of November, 1947. 

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 834 
Carnarvon Street, New Westminster, B.C. 

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

(a.) To carry on the business of garage 
proprietors, dealers in, buyers and sellers, 
manufacturers, repairers, storers, cleaners, 
warehousers of automobiles, taxicabs, motor¬ 
cars, motor-omnibuses, motor-trucks, omni¬ 
buses, fire-engines, cars, aeroplanes, motor 
vessels and boats, farming implements, and 
vehicles of all kinds, whether moved by me¬ 
chanical power or not, and all locomotive en¬ 
gines, utensils, appliances, apparatus, india- 
rubber goods, lubricants, cements, solutions, 
enamels, motor accessories of all kinds, and 
all things capable of being used therewith or 
in the manufacture, making or working thereof 
respectively: 

( b .) To cari’y on a general financial busi¬ 
ness with respect to the buying and selling 
of automobiles, trucks, tractors, machinery of 
all kinds, cars, boats, flying-machines, and 
other vehicles, and to discount, buy, sell and 
deal in bills, notes, warrants, coupons, liens, 
and other negotiable or transferable securities 
or documents connected therewith or connected 
with the sale thereof: 

(c.) To allot and credit as fully or partly 
paid up the shares or bonds, debentures, or de¬ 
benture stock of the Company as the whole or 
part of the consideration or purchase price 
for any property acquired by the Company 
or for services rendered or other valuable con¬ 
sideration : 


( d .) To lend money to the shareholders and 
directors or others as part of the ordinary 
course of the Company’s business, and any 
such lending shall be part of or in the ordinary 
course of its business: 

(e.) 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: 

(/.) To raise or borrow and to assist in 
raising or borrowing money for and to aid by 
way of guarantee subject to the “ Insurance 
Act” or otherwise any person or association: 

(g.) To deal in choses in action of every 
kind and nature. 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 incorpo¬ 
rated or not incorporated, and that the objects 
set forth in any of the said clauses or sub¬ 
clauses shall not, except where the context 
expressly so requires, be in any wise limited or 
restricted by reference to or by inference from 
the terms of any other clause or subclause. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2193-de4 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22831. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ White Rock 
Motors, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 29th day of Novem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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 412 
Westminster Trust Building, 713 Columbia 
Street, New Westminster, B.C. 

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

(a.) To purchase or otherwise acquire all 
the premises, good-will, plant, machinery and 
stock-in-trade, of or connected with the busi¬ 
ness of White Rock Motors now carried on by 
Charles Davey at White Rock in the Province 
of British Columbia, and to carry on the said 
business: 

( b .) To carry on the business of retail and 
wholesale merchants and repairers of mer¬ 
chandise of every description. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2209-de4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22810. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Bryce Elec¬ 
tric, Limited,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 22nd day of Novem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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 situ¬ 
ate at the north-east corner of Barnard Ave¬ 
nue and Vance Street, Vernon, B.C. 

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

(a.) To acquire and take over as a going 
concern the business heretofore carried on at 
Vernon, in the Province of British Columbia, 
by John L. C. Bryce under the firm name of 
Bryce Electric: 

( b .) To carry on either solely or in con¬ 
junction with any other person, firm, or corpo¬ 
ration a general wholesale and retail business 
in electrical fittings and supplies, radios, wash¬ 
ing machines and such other commodities as 
are usually kept and sold by electrical dealers 
and contractors, including crockery, glass¬ 
ware, chinaware and all other commodities 
of similar nature; to do all business which is 
usually carried on by electrical contractors, 
including installation of electrical machinery 




















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3855 


and wiring and other work usually done by 
electrical contractors, and generally to carry 
on any other business whatsoever which the 
Company may desire or may consider capable 
of being conveniently or advantageously car¬ 
ried on in connection with the said business, 
and to act as brokers in the buying and sell¬ 
ing of the same and to carry on the business 
of importers, buyers, sellers, handlers and 
dealers of and in electrical machinery and 
equipment and supplies of all kinds and in 
connection with the business of the Company; 
to establish factories, stores, agencies, depots 
and other markets for the purchase and sale 
thereof. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2194-de4 Registrar of Companies. 


(c.) To transact and carry on business as 
real-estate agents: 

(d ) To acquire and take over as a going 
concern the assets, lands, premises, stock-in- 
trade, good-will, fixtures, leasehold, rights, con 
tracts and benefits of any nature whatsoever 
of any individual, firm or incorporate com¬ 
pany carrying on business similar to the busi¬ 
ness to be conducted by or which this Company 
shall have power under its memorandum or 
any alteration thereof to conduct: 

(e.) To allot, credited as fully paid up, the 
shares of the Company as the whole or part 
of any consideration to be paid or given toi 
the acquiring of any rights or business as 
provided in paragraph ( d ) hereof. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 


2209-de4 


Registrar of Companies. 


No. 22820. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Scanlon 
Holdings, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 26th day 
of November, 1947. 

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 1318 
Standard Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a.) To loan money with or without 
security, or take as security therefor bills of 
exchange, promissory notes, mortgages of real 
estate or any intei’est therein, or on leasehold 
or freehold property of any kind, and on goods, 
chattels, or any interest in any goods and 
chattels, bills of sale, and conditional sales 
agreements, and on goods and chattels in such 
manner as the directors shall see fit: 

( b .) To acquire and to hold as an invest¬ 
ment, exchange, endorse, assign, transfer, sell, 
or otherwise dispose of, stocks, bonds, war¬ 
rants, debentures, securities, mortgages, real 
and chattel, and any and all evidences of in¬ 
debtedness of municipal, public, quasi-public 
and (or) private corporations, partnerships, 
syndicates, associations, or individuals, and to 
substitute other investments therefor: 

(c.) To acquire by purchase, or otherwise, 
and to hold and vote, and to sell, transfer, 
pledge, or otherwise dispose of, stocks, bonds, 
or other securities, of any corporation, part¬ 
nership, association or individual, and to sub¬ 
stitute other investments therefor. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2209-de4 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22811. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Community 
Builders, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 29th day of No¬ 
vember, 1947. 

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 1402, 
736 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a.) To acquire by grant, purchase, lease, 
sub-lease, or in any other manner whatsoever 
all or in lots and premises required by the 
Company and to build or have built any and 
all manner of buildings or structures, houses, 
warehouses, office buildings, or other erections 
whatsoever, and to sell, mortgage, lease or 
otherwise deal with the said lands, premises 
and buildings as aforesaid: 

( b.) To build or cause to be built such 
buildings or structures, houses, warehouses, 
stores, office buildings, or other erections what¬ 
soever as may be considered necessary by the 
Company in the development of new com¬ 
munities : 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22818. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Fat’s Taxi, 
Limited,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 26th day of Novem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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 1001 
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, 
limousine, omnibus, carriage, coach proprietors 
and all other public or private conveyances 
(subject to any Statute of the Province of 
British Columbia in respect to the same) : 

(b.) To operate for hire taxicabs, omnibuses, 
carriages, coaches, vehicles of conveyance of 
all kinds (subject to any Statute of the Prov¬ 
ince of British Columbia in respect thereto) : 

(c.) To carry on the business of garage and 
garage proprietors, general contractors, me¬ 
chanical, electrical and automotive engineers 
of all kinds, tool makers, machinists, smiths, 
steam and gas fitters, welders, in all their 
respective branches (subject to any Statute of 
the Province of British Columbia) : 

(d.) To carry on the business of a hotel, 
restaurant, cafe, tavern, refreshment-room, 
lodging-house keepers, caterers for public 
amusements generally, baths, dressing rooms, 
laundries, reading-rooms, libraries, grounds 
and places of amusement, recreation and sport 
(subject to any Statute of the Province of 
British Columbia) : 

(e.) To carry on the business of motor- 
buses and transportation of passengers, goods 
and freight, and generally to carry on the 
business of public carriers by land, water and 
air (subject to any Statute of the Province of 
British Columbia in respect to the same) : 

(/.) To cax-ry on business as tourist agents, 
guides and generally to promote the con¬ 
veniences of all kinds for the accommodation 
of tourists and guests of the Company: 

(g.) To purchase, take on lease, exchange, 
hire, option or otherwise acquire lands for the 
purpose of the business of the Company and 
automobiles and machinery of all kinds re¬ 
quired by the Company in any of the objects 
of the Company herein contained, and to con¬ 
struct and repair all kinds of engines and ma¬ 
chinery required by the objects of the Com¬ 
pany herein contained: 

(h.) To manufacture, buy, sell, exchange, 
alter or improve, repair and deal in automo¬ 
biles, cabs, motor-cars, and vehicles of all 
kinds propelled by automatic power, whether 
by oil, electricity, steam, gas or otherwise: 

( i .) To carry on the business of general 
merchants in all its branches: 

(j.) To act as agents, commission agents, 
wharfingers, warehousemen, forwarders and 
carriers by land, water and air: 






















3856 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


( k .) To carry on the business of importers 
and exporters, both wholesale and retail: 

(l.) To carry on the business usually car¬ 
ried on by promoters and financiers: 

(m.) To carry on the business of U-drive by 
means of automotive powered vehicles in all 
its respective branches, and to carry on the 
business of hirers and renters of automobiles 
and automotive-powered transportation 
vehicles of all kinds (subject to any Statute 
of the Province of British Columbia) : 

( n .) To do all such other things as are in¬ 
cidental or conducive to the attainment of the 
above objects. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2193-de4 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22830. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Larwill’s, 
Limited,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act” on the 28th day of Novem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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 
601, Royal Trust Building, 626 Pender Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a.) To carry on business as druggists, both 
wholesale and retail, and to import, export, 
manufacture and deal in pharmaceutical, me¬ 
dicinal, chemical, industrial and other prepara¬ 
tions and articles: 

(b.) To manufacture, buy, sell and deal in 
mineral waters, wines, cordials, liqueurs, 
soups, broths and other restoratives or food 
specially suitable or deemed to be suitable for 
invalids and convalescents: 

(c.) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turers’ agents or representatives and commis¬ 
sion merchants, and to act in the capacity of 
agents for the manufacturers of goods or in¬ 
ventors of vaccines and to establish, maintain 
and conduct a jobbing, commission and general 
agency business: 

( d .) To adopt such means of making known 
the products of the Company as may seem ex¬ 
pedient, and in particular by advertising in 
the press, by circulars, by publication of books 
and periodicals and otherwise. 


pulp manufacturers, timber-growers and lum¬ 
bermen in all or any branches of such business, 
and to buy, sell, grow, log, cut, prepare for 
market, whether by creosoting or by any other 
chemical preserving process, or otherwise 
manipulate, import, export and deal m timber 
and wood of all kinds, and to make, manufac¬ 
ture, buy, sell, use, exercise and deal in 
articles of all kinds in the manufacture of 
which timber or wood is used: 

(c.) To carry on business as capitalists, 
financiers, concessionaires, merchants, finan¬ 
cial agents, promoters, operators, manufac¬ 
turers and traders, and to undertake and 
to execute all kinds of financial, commercial 
and (or) trading business, and to carry on 
any other business capable of being carried 
on in connection with these businesses, or cal¬ 
culated, directly or indirectly to enhance the 
value or facilitate the realization of or render 
profitable any of the Company’s property or 
rights: 

( d .) To manufacture, buy, sell, import, ex¬ 
port, exchange, construct, alter, repair and 
generally to deal in all kinds of new and used 
automobiles, trucks, trailers, motors, engines, 
tractors, boats, mechanical equipment, gaso¬ 
line, steam, oil and electrical machines of all 
kinds, including all equipment used in or about 
logging, mining, shipping and hauling opera¬ 
tions, together with all accessories thereto, and 
all kinds of machines, implements, apparatus, 
lubricants, petroleums, cements, solutions and 
appliances, and all things capable of being 
used therewith, for the maintenance, repair, 
overhaul or manufacture thereof: 

(e.) To purchase, make advances on, or 
otherwise acquire, and to sell, exchange, sur¬ 
render, lease, mortgage, charge, convert, turn 
to account, dispose of, and deal with real or 
personal property and rights of all kinds, and 
in particular mortgages, lien notes, bills of sale, 
debentures, produce, concessions, options, con¬ 
tracts, patents, licences, book debts, business 
concerns, and undertakings and claims, privi¬ 
leges, and choses in action of all kinds: 

(/.) Generally to carry on all lines of busi¬ 
nesses as contractors, subcontractors, capital¬ 
ists, financiers, merchants, wholesalers, retail¬ 
ers, financial agents, promoters, manufacturers 
or operators, and as agents or principals. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2194-de4 Registrar of Companies. 


W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2209-de4 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22809. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Canyon 
Logging & Lumber Co., Ltd.,” was incor¬ 
porated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 
22nd day of November, 1947. 

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

The address of its registei'ed 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 any and all lines of busi¬ 
nesses as contractors, subcontractors, manufac¬ 
turers, producers, merchants, miners, loggers, 
haulers, boat operators, etc., without limiting 
the class of products and merchandise, and to 
manufacture, produce, adapt, buy, sell and 
(or) otherwise deal in any and all such 
articles or things, including the organizing, re¬ 
organizing, operating, developing, controlling 
and purchasing of or disposing of any types of 
such businesses, industries, etc., of whatsoever 
nature: 

(b.) 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- 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22829. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Pilot Lum¬ 
ber Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 28th day of No¬ 
vember, 1947. 

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

The address of its registered office is at the 
office of Mr. Cecil Normanton, 1160 Third Ave¬ 
nue, Prince George, B.C. 

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

(a.) To own and operate logging camps, 
shingle-mills, sawmills, planing-mills, pulp- 
mills, and wood-working plants of every kind 
and description; logging and industrial rail¬ 
ways, and factories: 

(b.) To carry on business as lumbermen 
and loggers; timber merchants, timber 
cruisers, sawmill proprietors, and to buy, sell, 
log, produce, prepare for market, manipulate, 
import, export, and deal in timber and wood 
of all kinds and to manufacture and deal in 
articles, substances, and materials of all kinds 
in the manufacture of which wood is used: 

(c.) To purchase, take on loase or licence, 
exchange, or otherwise acquire, sell, deal with, 
use, and dispose of any lands, timber-berths, 
leases, limits, licences, mill property and sites, 
and water rights and powers; rights to build 























December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3857 


skidways and roads, foreshore rights, wharves, 
piers, booms and other works for the collection, 
holding, protecting, driving, rafting, towing, 
sorting, delivering, and all purposes incidental 
to the reception, safekeeping and transmission 
of timber, sawlogs, pulp-wood, and other lum¬ 
ber and timber: 

( d .) To carry on the business of general 
merchants, and to buy, sell, import, export, 
and deal in merchandise of every kind and 
description. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2209-de4 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22828. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Frank PI. 
Wiley & Son, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 28th day 
of November, 1947. 

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 1396 
Richards Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a.) To acquire and take over as a going 
concern and carry on the bakers’, confectioners’ 
and ice-cream manufacturers’ supply-house 
business now carried on at Vancouver, B.C., 
under the style or firm of Frank H. Wiley & 
Son, and all or any of the assets and liabili¬ 
ties of the proprietors of that business in con¬ 
nection therewith: 

(6.) To buy, sell, manufacture, repair, alter, 
and exchange, let on hire, export, import, and 
deal in both wholesale and retail all kinds of 
articles and things which may be required for 
the purposes of bokers, confectioners, and ice¬ 
cream manufacturers: 

(c.) To carry on business as manufacturers, 
importers, exporters, and wholesale and retail 
dealers of and in all manufactured goods, ma¬ 
terials, provisions and produce. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2209-de4 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22826. 

OTICE is hei’eby given that “ Cyclos 
Manufacturing Company, Limited,” was 
incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 27th day of November, 1947. 

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 214 
Pemberton Building, Victoria, B.C. 

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

(a.) To engage in manufacturing: 

( b .) To act as purchasing and sales agents. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2230-de4 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22827. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Campbell 
Builders Supplies, Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 28th day 
of November, 1947. 

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

The address of its registered office is Har¬ 
bour Street, Mission City, B.C. 

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

(a.) To carry on a general mercantile busi¬ 
ness as importers and exporters and dealers, 
whether wholesale or retail, in all kinds of 
goods, wares and merchandise: 


( b .) To carry on business as brokers and 
agents generally for the buying and selling oi 
merchantable commodities of every kind and 
description: 

(c.) To carry on business of dealers in all 
products of the forest: 

( d .) To carry on business in all its branches, 
both wholesale and retail, of lumber, timber, 
and products of the forest; building materials 
of all kinds, building supplies, terra-cotta, fire¬ 
proofing, tiles, drain and sewer pipes, fire¬ 
brick, artificial stone, pottery, china, lime, 
cement, sand, gravel, paints, plumbing, heat¬ 
ing, sheet-metal supplies, electrical fixtures, 
and all other supplies and materials used in 
the erection of and in connection with the 
erection of buildings of every class and descrip¬ 
tion wherein any of the said articles are used: 

(e.) To carry on any other business which 
may seem profitable to the Company. 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2209-de4 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3293. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Digby Island 
J- Ratepayers Society ” has this day been in¬ 
corporated as a Society under the “ Societies 
Act.” 

The locality in which the operations of the 
Society will be chiefly carried on is Dodge 
Cove, Digby Island, Province of British Co¬ 
lumbia. 

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

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

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are:— 

(a.) To promote, develop and foster the 
general welfare of the community of Dodge 
Cove, Digby Island, B.C.: 

( b .) To do such things and perform such 
acts, including negotiation on behalf of the 
members for the acquisition of land, materials 
or services, as may from time to time be deemed 
to be advisable in the promotion of the best 
interests of the said community. 2230-de4 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22812. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Laurie’s Pie 
Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 22nd day of Novem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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

The address of its registered office is 814 
Dominion Building, 207 Hastings Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a.) To carry on the business of wholesale 
and retail pie makers, confectioners and bis¬ 
cuit manufacturers; to deal in all kinds and 
descriptions of cooked foods, and also in any 
products required for the same, with power 
to make and manufacture bread, biscuits, 
cakes and the like and to buy and sell the 
same: 

( b .) To manufacture, buy, sell and deal in 
bread, pastry flour, meal, shortening and 
bakers’ supplies and goods, wares and mer¬ 
chandise made wholly or partly from the prod¬ 
ucts of wheat, corn, barley and other cereals 
and to carry on the business of wholesale and 
retail bakers: 























3858 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


(c.) To import, export, manufacture, buy, 
sell and deal in goods, wares and merchandise, 
and without limiting the generality of the fore¬ 
going, the same shall be deemed to include 
confectionery, biscuits, candy, and all goods 
of which sugar or flour forms a part; and to 
act as agents for the purchase or sale of any 
such goods, wares and merchandise. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2230-de4 Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3295. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Pacific Sky 
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 Langley 
Prairie, Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
first day of December, one thousand nine hun¬ 
dred and forty-seven. 

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

Registrar of Companies. 

The object of the Society is: To promote 
civil aviation. 2230-de4 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22833. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Vancouver 
Safety Service, Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 2nd day 
of December, 1947. 

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 1455 
Cordova Street East, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a.) To carry on business as operators of 
taxicabs, and garage proprietors and opera¬ 
tors : 

( b.) To purchase, sell, and deal in automo¬ 
biles of every kind: 

(c.) To rent and lease any buildings or 
works necessary or convenient for the pur¬ 
poses of the Company and to construct, main¬ 
tain, and alter the same: 

(cl.) 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 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 cus¬ 
tomers and others having dealings with the 
Company, and to guarantee the performance 
of contracts by such persons or companies: 

(/.) To obtain provisional orders or Act 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 interest: 

(g.) 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 Com¬ 
pany: 

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


(i.) To apply for, accept, hold, sell, and 
dispose of shares, stock, bonds, debentures, 
obligations, or other securities of any company 
or companies, corporation or corporations, 
individual or individuals as it may deem fit: 

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

( k .) To amalgamate with any other com¬ 
pany having objects altogether or in part 
similar to those of this Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2241-de4 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22862. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Ingledew’s 
(Victoria), Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 9th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

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 749 
Yates Street, Victoria, B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on the business of merchants, 
manufacturers, distributers, producers, trad¬ 
ers, dealers, suppliers, importers, exporters, 
retailers, and wholesalers of boots and shoes 
and men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, 
wearing apparel, furnishings, haberdashery, 
dry-goods, furs, waterproof goods, leather 
goods and fabrics and generally all articles, 
merchandise and commodities of personal use 
and consumption and tailors, drapers, hosiers, 
milliners, dressmakers, costumers, hatters, 
furriers, glovers and general outfitters: 

(b) To manufacture, import, export, buy 
and sell and deal in articles of clothing and 
apparel without limitation as to class. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2435-del8 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22824. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Meehan’s 
Meat Market, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 27th day 
of November, 1947. 

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 at the 
office of Hamilton S. McFadden, barrister and 
solicitor, Post-office Building, Revelstoke, B.C. 

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

(a.) To carry on all and any of the busi¬ 
nesses wholesale and retail of importers and 
exporters and dealers generally in cooked and 
raw meats, fresh and cured fish, poultry, milk, 
cream, butter, cheese, eggs and all other dairy 
products, fresh and frozen fish, vegetables and 
fruits, groceries, canned goods, breads, cakes, 
and pastries, cooked foods and other food¬ 
stuffs: 

(b.) To carry on the business of manufac¬ 
turing and preparing sausages, processed and 
jellied meats and of curing meats and fish, 
processing and preserving and curing eggs, 
fish, poultry, and all dairy products: 

(c.) To carry on the business of processing 
and freezing cooked and raw meats, fish, 
poultry, fruits and vegetables and other food¬ 
stuffs : 

( d .) To act as broker, commercial and com¬ 
mission agents for the sale and purchase of 
such products: 

(e.) To carry on the business ordinarily 
carried on as a delicatessen: 

(/.) To carry on a cold and frozen-food 
storage business and the business of renting 
lockers for the storage of frozen meats, fish, 
game, poultry, fruits, vegetables, dairy prod¬ 
ucts and other foodstuffs: 

















December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3859 


( 9 •) To carry on all and any of the whole¬ 
sale and retail business of buying and selling 
live and slaughtered cattle, hogs, sheep and 
poultry: 

(h.) To carry on the business of slaughter¬ 
ing animals and poultry and dressing meats 
for the wholesale and retail trade: 

(n) To carry on the business of dealing in 
hides, furs and wool both wholesale and retail. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2230-de4 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22846. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Vancouver 
Finance Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 5th day of 
December, 1947. 

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 registei’ed office is 839 
Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(«-) To carry on the business of lending 
money on the security of automobiles, trucks, 
furniture, equipment and all other personal 
property: 

(6) To draw, accept, endorse, discount, buy, 
sell and deal in bills of exchange, promissory 
notes, and negotiable instruments of all kinds: 

(c) To lend money on the security of real 
property and to buy and sell mortgages and 
agreements for sale: 

(d) Generally to carry on any business 
which may seem to the Company capable of 
being conveniently carried on in connection 
with the above or calculated, directly or in¬ 
directly to enhance the value of or render 
profitable any of the Company’s property or 
rights. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2300-dell Registrar of Companies. 

' “ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22859. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Star Saw¬ 
mills, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 8th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

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 
6, Davis Block, Bridge Street, Grand Forks, 
B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on the business of sawmill 
proprietors, shingle-mill proprietors, dry-kiln 
proprietors, loggers, timber merchants, timber- 
growers, and to buy, sell, grow and prepare 
for market, manipulate, import, export, and 
deal in timber and wood of all kinds, and to 
manufacture and deal in articles of all kinds 
in the manufacture of which wood or timber 
is used, and to carry on the business of retail- 
lumber yard; and, so far as may be deemed 
expedient, the business of general merchant, 
and to buy, clear, plant, and work timber- 
estates, and to carry on any other businesses 
which may seem to the Company capable of 
being conveniently carried on in connection 
with any of the above, or calculated, directly 
or indirectly, to render profitable or enhance 
the value of the Company’s property or right 
for the time being: 

( b ) 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 con¬ 
cessions which the Company may think it 
desirable to obtain, and to carry out, exercise, 
and comply with any such arrangements, 
rights, privileges, and concessions; 


(c) To construct, improve, maintain, develop, 
work, manage, carry out, or control any roads, 
ways, tramways, logging-railroads, branches 
or sidings, bridges, reservoirs, water-courses, 
wharves, manufactories, warehouses, electric 
works, shops, stores, and other works and 
conveniences which may seem calculated, 
directly or indirectly, to advance the Com¬ 
pany’s interests, and to contribute to sub¬ 
sidize, or otherwise assist or take part in the 
construction, improvement, maintenance, work¬ 
ing, management, carrying out, or control 
thereof. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2300-dell Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22843. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Associated 
Producers, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 5th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

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 Room 
314, Standard Building, 510 Hastings Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) To engage in the business in any and 
all lines of manufacturers, wholesalers, retail¬ 
ers in any and all lines of food products, can- 
ners, cannery operators, dealers in the prod¬ 
ucts of the farm and in any and all lines of 
merchandise, wholesalers, retailers, jobbers, 
dealers in any and all kinds of real estate, per¬ 
sonal property of whatever nature and kind, 
manufacturers and producers of the farm, 
victuallers, dealers in any and all lines as 
abattoirs, meat products, dairy products and 
any and all by-products thereof, wholesalers 
and retailers in any fish and canners of such, 
dealers in any and all branches and varieties 
of distributers, purveyors, confectioners, res¬ 
taurateurs: 

( b ) 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, 

2300-dell Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22808. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Devon Cafe 
(1948), Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 22nd day of Novem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
seventy-five thousand dollars, divided into one 
hundred and fifty common shares and six hun¬ 
dred preferred shares of one hundred 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:— 

(a.) To carry on the business of a restau¬ 
rant or restaurants, a coffee shop or coffee 
shops, and generally to operate as restaura¬ 
teurs: 

(b.) To engage in and carry on, either 
directly or through the ownership of shares 
of capital stock of one or more corporations 
now or hereafter to be incorporated, the busi¬ 
ness or businesses of producing, manufactur¬ 
ing, preparing, purchasing, selling and dealing 
in milk, milk products, food and food products, 
breads, biscuits, cakes, extracts, canned goods, 
sauces, condiments, teas, coffees, candies, con¬ 
fectioneries, groceries and all other articles of 
commerce suitable for consumption and to con¬ 
duct each and every of such businesses as 
wholesalers qr retailers: 




















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(c) Either directly or through ownership of 
shares of the capital stock of one or more cor¬ 
porations now or hereafter incorporated to 
purchase or otherwise acquire, own, hold, 
equip, extend, improve, sell, exchange, or 
otherwise dispose of dairies, creameries, farms, 
plantations, orchards, manufacturing plants, 
factories, canneries, plants for the manufac¬ 
ture of cans, jars, boxes, packages or other 
receptacles and raw materials of which any 
of the foregoing are made, warehouses, cold- 
storage houses, delivery stations, stores and 
any and all machinery, equipment, fixtures, 
appliances and appurtenances that may be 
necessary, useful, proper or expedient in con¬ 
nection with the foregoing or any of the busi¬ 
nesses or enterprises of the corporation. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2401-dell Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22860. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Pointer of 
Canada, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 9th day of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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 Gran¬ 
ville Island, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(а) To carry on the business of distribu¬ 
ters of, agents for, buyers and sellers, manu¬ 
facturers, repairers, storers, warehousers, 
dealers in all kinds of engines, machinery, 
goods, stores, chattels and. effects of all kinds, 
both wholesale and retail, and to transact 
every kind of agency business: 

(б) To carry on the business of exporters, 
importers, manufacturers’ agents, jobbers, 
factors, financiers, merchants, and every kind 
of brokerage, commission and forwarding busi¬ 
ness, in relation to any kind of property, real 
or personal: 

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

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2410-dell Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22851. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ The Mar¬ 
garet Private Hospital, Limited,” was in¬ 
corporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 6th day of December, 1947. 

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 operate a nursing-home: 

( b ) To receive and care for chronic and 
convalescent patients: 

(c) To give nursing care and hospitaliza¬ 
tion in all its branches to all persons requiring 
it: 

( d ) To operate all types of hospitals: 

(e) To build, purchase, lease, hire, charter, 
navigate, use and operate aeroplanes, sea¬ 
planes, cars, wagons and other vehicles, boats, 
ships, and other vessels: 

(/) To buy, sell, trade and deal in shares, 
stocks, bonds and other securities, whether as 
principal or agent, and generally to carry on 
the business of stock brokers in all its 
branches: 

(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 com¬ 
pany, and to promote and aid in promoting, 
constitute, form or organize companies, syndi¬ 
cates 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: 

(h) 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 com¬ 
panies, and to take and give options upon real 
and personal estate, and to deal with property 
in any way, including, without limiting the 
generality of the word “ deal,” leasing and 
mortgaging: 

(?’) 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, and without 
limiting the generality of the foregoing, to 
act as agents for any life-insurance company 
or companies, provided always that the Com¬ 
pany or companies for which this Company 
acts as agents, must be lawfully entitled to 
carry on business in the Province of British 
Columbia: 

( j ) To lend moneys and negotiate loans: 

(k) 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. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2410-dell Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3302. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ The New Life 
-L Publication Society ” has this day been in¬ 
corporated 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 
ninth day of December, one thousand nine hun¬ 
dred and forty-seven. 

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

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are:— 

(a) To advance and promote the Christian 
religion: 

(b) To assist and further the work of all 
Christian denominations: 

(c) To promote the spread of the Christian 
religion by every means in its power: 

(d) To hold conferences and camp meetings 
on Christian life: 

( e ) To teach the Gospel of Jesus Christ by 
every means in its power: 

(/) To print, publish, issue and circulate 
such papers, periodicals, magazines, books, cir¬ 
culars, tracts, and other literary undertakings 
as may seem conducive to any of the above 
objects: 

(g) To acquire the assets and assume the 
obligations of the unincorporated body now 
known as The New Life Publications.' 

2410-dell 
















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THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3861 


CERTIFICATES OF 
INCORPORATION. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22884. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Black-Hill 
Motors, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act” on the 17th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

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

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

The address of its registered office is 540 
Main Street, Mission City, B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on the business of buying and 
selling, both wholesale and retail, new and 
used motor-cars, tractors, trailers and motor- 
vehicles of all kinds, and parts, tires, equip¬ 
ment and accessories of all kinds used there¬ 
with : 

( b ) To engage in the business of service- 
station operators and to buy and sell gasoline, 
oil and petroleum products of all knids: 

(c) To carry on the business of motor- 
vehicle repairs and storage: 

( d ) To engage in the manufacture, pur¬ 
chase, sale or repair of machinery of all kinds: 

( e ) To act as agents for the manufacture 
of all mechanical products: 

(/) To engage in any business which may 
conveniently be engaged in by the Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2507-de24 Registrar of Companies. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22885. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Western 
Coin Locks, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 17th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

The Company is authorized to issue ten thou¬ 
sand shares without nominal or par value. 

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

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

(а) To manufacture, buy, sell, import, ex¬ 
port, construct, fabricate, design, repair, rent 
and otherwise deal in coin-operated and auto¬ 
matic locks and similar contrivances and re¬ 
ceptacles of all kinds, self-locking and other 
doors, electrical and mechanical-locking devices 
and equipment, household and office furniture 
and appliances, whether consisting of metal, 
wood, rubber, plastic, glass or other materials: 

(б) To carry on business as concessionaires, 
manufacturers’ agents, commission merchants, 
jobbers, brokers, commercial agents and lock¬ 
smiths. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2507-de24 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22868. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ White Spot 
No. 4, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 12th day of 
December, 1947. 

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 8216 
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on the business of restaura¬ 
teurs, refreshment-room proprietors and re¬ 
freshment caterers and contractors, hotel pro¬ 
prietors and auto-camp proprietors, garagemen, 
parking-lot proprietors, concessionaires, bakers, 

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confectioners, butchers, dairymen, poulterers, 
manufacturers and merchants, soft-drink manu¬ 
facturers, and vendors, and dealers in pro¬ 
visions of all kinds: 

( b ) To carry on the business of theatre pro¬ 
prietors and managers, and particularly, to 
provide for the production, presentation and 
performance of operas, stage plays, operettas, 
burlesques, vaudevilles, ballets and panto¬ 
mimes, promenades and other concerts, cine¬ 
matographic shows and exhibitions, and other 
musical and dramatic performances and 
entertainments: 

(c) To carry on the business as dealers in 
and producers of and importers of dairy, farm, 
and garden produce of all kinds, and in par¬ 
ticular milk, cream, butter, cheese, poultry, 
eggs, fruits and vegetables: 

( d ) To carry on the business of chicken 
hatcheries, poulterers, cow-keepers, farmers, 
millers, market gardeners, and as manufac¬ 
turers of all kinds of canned milk, jams, 
pickles, cider and pi'eserved provisions of all 
kinds: 

(e) To prepare, manufacture, and render 
marketable any such produce, and to sell, dis¬ 
pose of, and deal in such produce either in its 
prepared, manufactured, or raw state, and 
either by wholesale or retail: 

(/) To buy, sell, mortgage, hypothecate, and 
otherwise deal in all manner and kinds of 
property, both real and personal. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2507-de24 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22888. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Paramount 
Industries, Ltd.,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 18th day of 
December, 1947. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
ten thousand dollars, divided into one hundred 
common shares and nine 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:— 

(a) To carry on business as manufacturers, 
producers, merchants, wholesale and retail, 
importers, and exportei's, 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, 

2507-de24 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22857. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Rosenau 
Bros., Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act ” on the 8th day of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

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

The address of its registered office is at 
Greenlees Lodge, Canim Lake, Canim Lake 
Post-office, B.C. 

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

(a) To acquire, own and operate sawmills, 
shingle-mills and other mills or factories for 
the manufacturing, preparation and finishing 
of lumber and timber products of all kinds: 

(b) To acquire and take over as a going 
concern the whole or any part of the business, 
property and liabilities of any person, per¬ 
sons or company carrying on any business 
which the Company is authorized to carry on 




















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[December 24th, 1947. 


and to pay for the same either wholly or partly 
in cash or wholly or partly in shares and 
promissory notes of the Company: 

(c) To carry on the business of general 
merchants and to buy, sell, import, export and 
deal in goods and merchandise of every kind 
and description: 

( d ) To carry on the business of a lodge and 
tourist resort: 

(e) To carry on any or all the businesses 
of ranching, farming, and raising live stock 
and poultry. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2507-de24 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22858. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Kaien Is¬ 
land Stages, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 8th day 
of December, 1947. 

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 621 
Third Avenue, Prince Rupert, 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 621 
Third Avenue, Prince Rupert, B.C., under the 
style and name of 99 Taxi & Bus Service, and 
other allied businesses, and all or any of the 
assets and liabilities of the proprietors of such 
business or businesses: 

( b ) To purchase, acquire, own, and opei’ate 
for hire, taxicabs, automobiles, sightseeing 
buses, trucks, and all sorts of motor-vehicles, 
and to carry on the business of a motor-car 
livery and that of private carriers for hire 
of persons, goods, wares, and merchandise: 

(c) To carry on the business of operating 
omnibuses, cabs and taxicabs, motor-buses, 
auto-drays, motor-trucks, or other private or 
public conveyances; to carry on the business 
of running motor-omnibuses of all kinds, and 
motor-trucks at such places as the Company 
may see fit, and to acquire from any govern¬ 
ment, municipality, or corporation any fran¬ 
chise or right to operate omnibuses, motor- 
buses, or vehicles which may or can be 
operated for carrying passengers or goods for 
hire: 

(cl) To purchase or otherwise acquire, hold, 
own, sell, or assign, and transfer or otherwise 
dispose of, invest, trade, and deal in and with 
automobiles, motor-cars, trucks, tractors, fly¬ 
ing-machines, boats, farm machinery, and 
other vehicles and parts thereof, and to carry 
on the business, occupation, and employment 
of manufacturers and repairers of and dealers 
in automobiles, motor-cars, trucks, tractors, 
and other vehicles and parts thereof, and of 
all and any articles connected with the manu¬ 
facture and repair thereof and the sale and 
disposition thereof: 

(e) To carry on any or all lines of business 
as manufacturers, producers, merchants, 
wholesale or retail importers and exporters 
generally, without limitation as to class of 
products and merchandise, and to manufacture, 
produce, prepare, buy, sell, and otherwise deal 
in any materials, articles, or things required 
in connection with or incidental to the fore¬ 
going, and in particular, without limiting the 
generality of the foregoing, to manufacture, 
buy, sell, import or export, exchange and gen¬ 
erally deal in all kinds of automobiles, motors, 
engines, machines, carburettors, accessories, 
and parts, and all kinds of machinery, imple¬ 
ments, utensils, lubricants, cements, solutions 
and appliances, whether incidental to the con¬ 
struction of motor-cars or otherwise, rubber 
and articles and goods of all kinds of which 


rubber is a component part, together with the 
various materials which enter into the manu¬ 
facture of such articles and goods: 

(/) To act as agents and warehousemen, 
and to warehouse and store products, for other 
persons or companies, for the purchase, sale, 
exchange, or lease of any such products re¬ 
lating to the objects of the Company, and to 
act as insurance agents: 

(g) To buy, sell and deal in or with, whether 
by wholesale or retail, oils, grease, gasoline, 
benzine, petroleum, or the derivaties of petro¬ 
leum and all kinds of petroleum products and 
by-products thereof, and to purchase, lease or 
otherwise acquire, hold, own, maintain, man¬ 
age and operate garages, gasoline, oil and 
petroleum products, stations, storehouses, 
warehouses, and other like places for the safe¬ 
keeping, cleaning, repairing, and care generally 
of automobiles and motor-cars of all and every 
kind and description and class, and of all 
accessories thereof and thereto, and of every 
and any kind and description: 

(h) To carry on the business of selling and 
buying motor-vehicles, and dealing in auto¬ 
mobile parts and equipment, and of operating 
motor-vehicle service-stations, storage and re¬ 
pair garages: 

( i ) To carry on the business of garage pro¬ 
prietors, aerial and other public or private 
conveyances, with all necessary ancillaries 
thereto, subject to the “ Engineering Profes¬ 
sion Act ”: 

( j ) To carry on the business of hiring out 
or renting of motor-vehicles for driving, com¬ 
monly known as U-drive: 

( k ) To carry on the business of restaurant, 
cafe, refreshment-rooms (subject to the pro¬ 
visions of the “ Government Liquor Act ”) and 
lodging-house keeper: 

(l) To establish and provide all kinds of 
conveniences and attractions for customers and 
patrons: 

(m) To do all such other things as are in¬ 
cidental or conducive to the attainment of the 
above objects. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2507-de24 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22891. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Twin Ser¬ 
vice Station, Limited,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 19th day 
of December, 1947. 

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 1101 
Eleventh Street, Dawson Creek, B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on the business or any of the 
businesses of dealers in, buyers and sellers of, 
agents for the sale of, repairers, storers, ware- 
housers and cleaners of automobiles, taxicabs, 
motor-cars, motor-omnibuses, motor-trucks, de¬ 
livery-wagons, motor-cycles, bicycles and all 
kinds of conveyances and vehicles, whether me¬ 
chanically propelled or operated or otherwise: 

(b) To carry on the business of dealers in, 
buyers and sellers and repairers of motors, 
engines, machinery, tubes, tires, wheels, rubber 
goods, implements, utensils, spare parts, oil, 
gasoline, alcohol and any substance now or 
hereafter to be discovered or invented for the 
generation of power for operating engines and 
all accessories of and articles of every descrip¬ 
tion capable of being sold, used or employed in 
connection with the business of the Company: 

(c) To acquire by purchase, exchange, or 
otherwise from any person, firm or corporation 
all or any part of any business or businesses, 
good-will, stock-in-trade, fixtures, equipment 
or other personal property that the Company 
may deem profitable or that in the opinion of 











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3863 


the Company may be operated profitably or 
sold at a profit and to hold, operate, manage, 
develop, improve, lease, sell or otherwise deal 
with or dispose of the same: 

(d) To carry on the business of garage and 
service station and warehouse keeper: 

(e) To take over from William Earl Kruse 
and Earl Richai’d Johnson, both of Dawson 
Creek aforesaid, carrying on business under 
the firm name of Twin Service Station, the 
garage and service-station business heretofore 
carried on by them at Dawson Creek afore¬ 
said under said trade name, as a going con¬ 
cern, together with the real estate used in 
connection therewith, namely, Lots 14, 15 and 
16 in Block 4, Village of Dawson Creek, B.C., 
Map 2244, all buildings situate thereon, all the 
equipment used in connection therewith, the 
complete stock of goods now on hand or on 
order and the accounts receivable and payable 
of the said business and to allot fully paid 
stock in the said Company to the said Kruse 
and the said Johnson in equal shares as con¬ 
sideration for the taking over of said property 
and business: 

(/) To borrow or raise money and for the 
purposes of securing the same or for any other 
legitimate purposes and to mortgage or charge 
the undertaking of all or any part of the prop¬ 
erty of the Company, real or personal, present 
or future, acquired, including all uncalled 
capital: 

( g ) To create, issue, make, draw, accept, 
endorse or negotiate promissory notes, bills of 
exchange, bills of lading, warrants, applica¬ 
tions and other negotiable and transferable 
instruments: 

( h ) To do all such things as are incidental 
to or conducive to the attainment of the above 
objects or any of them. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2531-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22890. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Westmount 
Stock Farm, Ltd.,” was incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act ” on the 19th day 
of December, 1947. 

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 
716, 475 Howe Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

The object for which the Company is estab¬ 
lished is: To carry on the business of breeding 
thoroughbred horses, and a racing stable in 
all its branches. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2531-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22832. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Ward & 
Son, Ltd.,” was incorporated under the 
“Companies Act ” on the 2nd day of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947. 

The authorized capital of the Company is 
seventy-five thousand dollars, divided into 
seven hundred and fifty preference shares of 
one hundred dollars each. 

The Company is also authorized to issue 
two hundred and fifty shares without nominal 
or par value. 

The address of its registered office is 502-7 
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 general con¬ 
tractors and builders for any person, firm or 
corporation on a commission basis, or on such 
other terms of remuneration as may be agreed 
upon; to engage for or on behalf of others in 
the construction, erection and completion of 
dwelling houses, apartment blocks and build¬ 


ings of all descriptions; to enter into contracts 
for, construct, execute, own and carry on all 
description of works, including dredging, 
dyking, excavating, ditching, retaining walls, 
wharves, piers, sewers, roads, concrete or other 
work; and to carry on for the purposes afore¬ 
said the business of a general construction 
company and contractors for the construction 
of works, public and private: 

(b.) 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: 

(c.) To allot and issue shares of the Com¬ 
pany whether preference or without nominal 
or par value or both as fully or partly paid 
up in whole or part payment of the considera¬ 
tion or price of any property, real or personal, 
purchased or acquired by the Company: 

(d.) As ancillary only and incidental to the 
objects in subclauses (a) and ( b) aforesaid, to 
acquire and hold, but not to trade or deal in 
shares, stocks, debentures, debenture stock, 
bonds, obligations and securities issued and 
guaranteed by any company wheresoever con¬ 
stituted or carrying on business and deben¬ 
tures, debenture stock, bonds, obligations and 
securities issued or guaranteed by any govern¬ 
ment, commissioners, public body or authority 
(supreme, municipal, local, or otherwise) 
whether in Canada or elsewhere. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2241-de4 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22892. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ Rolling 
Motors, Limited,” was incorporated under 
the “ Companies Act ” on the 19th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

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 285 
North Cassiar Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(a) To take over as a going concern the 
business now carried on by Viron Burnell 
Kyle and Wilfred Zacharias, in partnership 
under the name of Rolling Motors at 285 
North Cassiar Street, in the City of Vancou¬ 
ver, B.C., at a price to be mutually arranged 
and to pay for the same in shares of the Com¬ 
pany: 

(b) To carry on the business at the above 
address of service-station and garage, auto¬ 
mobile repair shop, and dealers in automobile 
tires, parts and accessories, and all such other 
activities as may be conveniently carried on 
in connection therewith, either in Vancouver 
or elsewhere in the Province of British Co¬ 
lumbia. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2531-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22799. 

N OTICE is hereby given that “ L. A. Mc¬ 
Kenzie Construction Co., Limited,” was 
incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” on 
the 21st day of November, 1947. 

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 1487 
Water Street, Kelowna, B.C. 

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

(a.) To carry on the business of a general 
construction company in all its branches and 
to enter into contracts for, construct, execute, 
own, and carry on all descriptions of works: 

(b.) To engage in excavating, road con¬ 
struction, rock crushing, bulldozing, asphalt- 













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[December 24th, 1947. 


ing, pile driving, earth moving, logging opera¬ 
tions, cement work, hauling of earth, gravel, 
sand, rock and all other kinds of building 
material, the haulage and transfer business 
and all manner of undertakings and activities 
involving the supply or use of machinery, im¬ 
plements, equipment or mechanical or indus¬ 
trial devices. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2143-no27 Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Societies Act.” 

Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3304. 

HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Lillooet Com¬ 
munity Hall 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 Lillooet, 
Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
thirteenth day of December, one thousand nine 
hundred and forty-seven. 

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

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are:— 

(a) To regulate the use of the Lillooet Com¬ 
munity Hall: 

(b) To sponsor public entertainment of a 
community nature: 

(c) To provide funds for maintenance and 
improvement of the hall: 

( d ) To provide building and sinking funds 
for the continuity of the hall: 

(e) To hold the community hall in trust 

for the community of Lillooet. 2531-de24 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 

“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3296. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “Ashcroft Aquatic 
-L Club ” has this day been incorpoi-ated as a 
Society under the “ Societies Act.” 

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

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
second day of December, one thousand nine 
hundred and forty-seven. 

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

Registrar of Companies. 

The object of the Society is: To promote and 
encourage instruction in swimming, and all 
aquatic sports, and to own and operate a 
swimming-pool. 2241-de4 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22853. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Cariboo Con¬ 
struction Co., Ltd.,” was incorporated un¬ 
der the “ Companies Act ” on the 6th day of 
December, 1947. 

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

The address of its registered office is 1173 
Fourth Avenue, Prince George, 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, but not 
limited to, roads, dykes, ditches, bridges, drain¬ 
age systems, waterworks, quarries, tunnels, 
mines, buildings, houses, factories, warehouses, 
shops, wharves and offices: 

( b ) To carry on business as manufacturers 
of and as wholesale and retail merchants, 
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) To acquire by purchase or otherwise 
and to sell, hold, lease, manage, alter, develop, 
improve and deal in estates, lands and prop¬ 
erties and any mortgages and agreements for 
sale and other securities and obligations. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2470-del8 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22880. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Sabine 
Trucks & Equipment, Ltd.,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 16th 
day of December, 1947. 

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 920 
Stock Exchange Building, 475 Howe Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

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

(ft) To purchase or otherwise acquire, hold, 
own, sell or otherwise dispose of trucks, trail¬ 
ers, motor-cars, tractors and parts thereof and 
to carry on the business of renting, hiring and 
leasing the same: 

(b) To buy, sell, import, export and gen¬ 
erally deal in oil and gasoline of any kind: 

(c) To keep, maintain, operate and manage 
garages, storerooms, warehouses and other like 
places for the safekeeping, cleaning, repairing 
and care generally of trucks and other auto¬ 
motive vehicles and equipment of every kind 
and description: 

(d) To buy, sell, import and generally deal 
in all or any kind or sort of motor truck or 
automobile parts and accessories: 

(e) To buy, sell, import and generally deal 
in mill, logging and mining equipment of any 
sort and kind. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2531-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Societies Act.” 

Canada: 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3298. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Canada-India 
Association ” has this day been incorpo¬ 
rated 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 December, one thousand nine 
hundred and forty-seven. 

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

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are:— 

(ft.) To work for the social, economic, politi¬ 
cal, and cultural advancement of the Indian 
community in Canada: 

(b.) To act as an effective medium for co¬ 
operation between the members of the Indian 
community in Canada and other Canadian 
citizens: 





















December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3865 


(c.) To interpret India, its people, tradi¬ 
tions, and culture to the people of Canada: 

(d.) To inculcate among the Canadian citi¬ 
zens of Indian origin, the responsibilities, 
duties, and rights of Canadian citizenship: 

(e.) To promote better understanding and 
friendship between Canada and India by ex¬ 
change of mutual information: 

(/.) To establish centres for the purpose of 
cultural, recreational, social, and other com¬ 
munity activities: 

( 9■) To publish periodicals, books, pam¬ 
phlets, and such literature as may be deemed 
necessary to promote the above-mentioned aims 
and objects. 2241-de4 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 22894. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Interior Ad¬ 
vertising Company, Ltd.,” was incorpo¬ 
rated under the “ Companies Act ” on the 20th 
day of December, 1947. 

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 
offices of D. C. Fillmore, barrister and solicitor, 
1536 Ellis Street, Kelowna, B.C. 

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

(a) To carry on the business of acquiring, 
manufacturing, building, erecting, placing and 
selling or renting, or otherwise supplying 
advertising signs, display containers, and bill¬ 
boards of every description: 

( b ) To carry on the business of advertising 
contractors and agents, and any other busi¬ 
ness which may be usefully carried on in con¬ 
nection with such business, and to carry on the 
business of manufacturers of and dealers in 
all kinds of apparatus, appliances, plant, and 
material employed or used or supplied by or 
dealt in by advertising contractors or agents 
in their business, and to buy, lease, or other¬ 
wise acquire, and sell, rent, dispose of and use 
the same for the purposes of the business of 
the Company: 

(c) To buy, sell and deal in all kinds and 
descriptions of goods, wares and merchandise. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2531-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


EXTRA-PROVINCIAL 

COMPANIES. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 3234 a. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Monsanto 
(Canada), Limited,” which was incorpo¬ 
rated in the Dominion of Canada was regis¬ 
tered under the “Companies Act” as an Extra- 
Provincial Company on the 18th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

The head office of the Company without the 
Province is situate at 378 St. Paul Street 
West, Montreal, Quebec. 

The head office of the Company in the Prov¬ 
ince is situate at Granville Island, Vancouver, 
B.C. 

The attorney of the Company appointed pur¬ 
suant to the “ Companies Act ” is Ralph 0. 
Campney, K.C., 4th Floor, Pacific Building, 
744 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The paid-up capital of the Company is 
$1,318,400. 

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:— 

(a) Manufacturings importing, exporting, 
buying, selling and dealing in goods, wares 
and merchandise of all kinds, and, without 
limiting the generality of the foregoing, to 


manufacture, compound, refine, purchase and 
sell chemicals, dye-stuffs, cements, minerals, 
superphosphates, soap, fertilizers, paints, 
varnishes, pigments, polishes, stains, oils, 
acids, coal, coal-tar, coal-tar products and de¬ 
rivatives, peat, peat products, rubber, rubber 
goods and products, medicines, pharmaceutical 
products, chemical and medicinal preparations, 
articles and compounds, separately or in com¬ 
bination, and under all conditions, and at all 
stages of preparation and manufacture: 

( b ) Investing and dealing with the moneys 
of the Company not immediately required in 
such manner as may from time to time be 
determined. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2507-de24 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 3235a. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Russell 
Theatres, Ltd.,” which was incorporated 
in the Province of Manitoba, was registered 
under the “ Companies Act ” as an Extra- 
Provincial Company on the 19th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

The head office of the Company without the 
Province is situate Russell Theatre, Russell, 
Manitoba. 

The head office of the Company in the Prov¬ 
ince is situate Gem Theatre, Grand Forks, 
B.C. 

The attorney of the Company appointed pur¬ 
suant to the “ Companies Act ” is Archer 
Davis, barrister, Grand Forks, B.C. 

The paid-up capital of the Company is 
$9,040. 

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 pi’oprietors or man¬ 
agers of theatres, motion-picture theatres and 
places of amusement and as further set forth 
in the said charter. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2531-de24 Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 3231a. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Theatre 
Confections, Limited,” which was incorpo¬ 
rated in the Dominion of Canada, was regis¬ 
tered under the “ Companies Act ” as an 
Extra-Provincial Company on the 2nd day of 
December, 1947. 

The head office of the Company without the 
Province is situate 284 King Street East, To¬ 
ronto, Ontario. 

The head office of the Company in the Prov¬ 
ince is situate at the office of Douglas, Symes 
& Brissenden, 640 Pender Street West, Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

The attorney of the Company appointed pur¬ 
suant to the “ Companies Act ” is Alexander 
Harold Douglas, Pearley Ransdell Brissenden 
and Robert Alexander Connon Douglas, bar¬ 
risters, 640 Pender Street West, Vancouver, 
B.C. 

The paid-up capital of the Company is 

$ 10 , 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 confectioners and 
tobacconists and to deal generally in, either 
by wholesale or retail, candies, confections, 
biscuits, chewing gum, popcorn, peanuts and 
other nuts, edible oils, ice-cream, fruits, cigars, 
cigarettes, tobaccos, matches, lighters, costume 
jewellery, cosmetics, newspapers, journals, 
magazines, books and stationery and all kinds 
of aerated waters, tea, coffee and other bever¬ 
ages and to maintain stores, candy counters 






















3866 


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[December 24th, 1947. 


and books, factories, warehouses and other dis¬ 
tributing facilities to conduct the sale of any 
of its products by mechanical or other vending 
machines and to carry on the business of 
restaurants, cafes, refreshment-booths, snack 
bars, milk bars and other places for the sale 
of prepared food and refreshments to the 
public. 

S. W. TAYLOR, . 

2241-de4 Registrar of Companies. 


“ SOCIETIES ACT.” 

No. 3299. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Powell River 
J- Aero Club,” incorporated under the laws 
of the Dominion of Canada, was this day reg¬ 
istered under the “ Societies Act ” as an Extra- 
Provincial Society. 

The locality in which the operations of the 
Society will be chiefly carried on is the Town 
of Powell River, Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
second day of December, one thousand nine 
hundred and forty-seven. 

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

Registrar of Companies. 

The objects of the Society are:— 

(a) To acquire, hold, operate and maintain 
all manner of lighter-than-air and heavier- 
than-air craft: 

( b ) To promote flying and aviation in gen¬ 
eral and to teach and train persons in the art 
and science of flying and navigating and oper¬ 
ating all manner of lighter-than-air and 
heavier-than-air craft: 

(c) To teach and train persons in the rig¬ 
ging, maintenance and repair of aircraft and 
in the care, maintenance and repair of all 
motive power used in the propulsion of air¬ 
craft: 

( d ) To acquire and hold land for the pur¬ 
pose of establishing and maintaining flying 
and landing fields, airports, air-harbours, de¬ 
pots and hangars for the care, housing, recep¬ 
tion and dispatch of aircraft for the purposes 
of the corporation and of the members thereof: 

(e) To make, use and conduct experiments 
in connection with flying and aviation gen¬ 
erally and the training of persons therein and 
to promote race meetings, speed and trial 
tests and other exhibitions of aircraft and to 
offer for competition and to distribute prizes 
in connection therewith or for any other pur¬ 
pose or purposes likely to tend to the advance¬ 
ment of the art, science and practise of flying, 
aeronautics and aviation in general: 

(/) To establish, maintain and conduct or to 
assist in the establishment, maintenance and 
conduct of any organization, association or 
society formed for the purpose of advancing 
the study and practise of flying, aeronautics 
and aviation in general. 2401-dell 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 3232a. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ Dominion 
Tanners, Limited,” which was incorpo¬ 
rated in the Province of Manitoba, was regis¬ 
tered under the “ Companies Act ” as an 
Extra-Provincial Company on the 3rd day of 
December, 1947. 

The head office of the Company without the 
Province is situate Jarvis Avenue at Arling¬ 
ton Bridge, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

The head office of the Company in the Prov¬ 
ince is situate 618-20 Central Building, 620 
View Street, Victoria, B.C. 

The attorney of the Company appointed pur- 
surant to the “ Companies Act ” is Cecil War¬ 
ren Nicholl, chartered accountant, 618-20 
Central Building, 620 View Street, Victoria, 
B.C. 

The paid-up capital of the Company is 

$ 100 , 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 tanners, leather dress¬ 
ers and dyers, leather merchants and furriers 
and to purchase or otherwise acquire, manu¬ 
facture, treat, dress and prepare for market, 
or otherwise produce, and to sell, import, ex¬ 
port, dispose of or deal in hides, furs, fur 
products, skins, leather, leather products, 
articles of clothing or otherwise capable of be¬ 
ing made in whole or in part from leather, 
fur, or animal skins, together with all ma¬ 
terials raw or otherwise which may be used in 
connection with any of the foregoing or form 
component parts thereof, and to acquire, main¬ 
tain, operate and dispose of factories, mills, 
plant, machinery and equipment which may 
be required in connection with the business 
of the Company. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2271-dell Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 3233 a. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ M & M 
Army Stores, Limited,” which was incor¬ 
porated in the Province of Alberta was regis¬ 
tered under the “ Companies Act ” as an 
Extra-Provincial Company on the 4th day of 
December, 1947. 

The head office of the Company without the 
Province is situate 9940 Thornton Court, Ed¬ 
monton, Alberta. 

The head office of the Company in the Prov¬ 
ince is situate Dawson Creek, B.C. 

The attorney of the Company appointed pur¬ 
suant to the “ Companies Act ” is R. R. Earle, 
K.C., barrister, P.O. Box 2185, Dawson Creek, 
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 Company 
is limited. 

The Company proposes to carry on in the 
Province the business of retail and wholesale 
importers and exporters and dealers generally 
in men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing, dry- 
goods, boots and shoes, farm produce, groceries 
and foodstuffs and general merchandise con¬ 
nected with such business of every sort, nature 
and description, and to own and operate gen¬ 
eral stores throughout Canada. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2270-dell Registrar of Companies. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

No. 3230 a. 

OTICE is hereby given that “ United Min¬ 
ing and Dredging Company, Inc.,” which 
was incorporated in the State of Washington, 
U.S.A., was registered under the “ Companies 
Act ” as an Extra-Provincial Company on the 
29th day of November, 1947. 

The head office of the Company without the 
Province is situate 304 Wallace Building, 
Bremerton, Washington, U.S.A. 

The head office of the Company in the Prov¬ 
ince is situate 308 Randall Building, 535 
Georgia Street West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The attorney of the Company appointed pur¬ 
suant to the “ Companies Act ” is Glenholme 
Ferguson McMaster, barrister and solicitor, 
308 Randall Building, 535 Georgia Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C. 

The paid-up capital of the Company is 
$549,530. 

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 mining. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2230-de4 Registrar of Companies. 

















December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3867 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Gostick Con¬ 
struction Co., Ltd., changed its name on 
the 18th day of December, 1947, to the name 
“ Dawson Orchards Ltd.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2506-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Okanagan 
Credits, Limited, changed its name on the 
18th day of December, 1947, to the name 
“ The First National Organization Limited.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2506-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that The First 
National Organization, Limited, changed 
its name on the 18th day of December, 1947, 
to the name “ Okanagan Credits Limited.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2506-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Granite Bay 
Timber, Ltd., changed its name on the 
18th day of December, 1947, to the name 
“ Granite Bay Timber Co. Ltd.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2506-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Aaron’s (Van¬ 
couver), Ltd., changed its name on the 
18th day of December, 1947, to the name 
“ Paramount Sales Ltd.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2506-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

IVTOTICE is hereby given that Paramount 
•1A Furniture (1946), Ltd., changed its name 
on the 18th day of December, 1947, to the 
name “ Paramount Furniture Mfg. Ltd.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2506-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that West Coast 
Litho, Limited, whose registered office is 
situated 818 Richards Street, 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 “ H. R. Larson Ltd.,” at the 
expiration of four weeks from the date of this 
notice. 

Dated this 24th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2531-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Delnor 
Frosted Foods, Ltd., whose registered 
office is situate Sixth Floor, Royal Trust Build¬ 
ing, 626 Pender Street West, Vancouver, B.C., 
and which carries on its business at New 
Westminster, B.C., intends to apply to the 
Registrar of Companies for approval of a 
change of its name to the name “ Delnor 
Frozen Foods Ltd.,” at the expiration of four 
weeks from the date of this notice. 

Dated this 4th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2209-de4 Registrar of Companies. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


“ INSURANCE ACT.” 

1VTOTICE is hereby given that an amended 
4-\ licence has been issued to the Pennsyl¬ 
vania Lumbermen’s Mutual Fire Insurance 
Company in substitution of its existing licence, 
so that the Company is now authorized to 
undertake within the Province of British Co¬ 
lumbia on the cash plan, fire insurance, prop¬ 
erty-damage insurance (limited to loss or dam¬ 
age to property caused by explosion of natural 
or other gas), sprinkler-leakage insurance, 
weather insurance (limited to loss or damage 
to property through wind-storm, cyclone, tor¬ 
nado, or hail), and, if restricted to insurance 
of the same property as is insured under a 
policy of fire insurance of the Company, air¬ 
craft insurance (limited to loss or damage to 
the property caused by falling aircraft), prop¬ 
erty-damage insurance (limited to loss or 
damage to the property caused by earthquake, 
or by vehicles, or by bombardment, invasion, 
insurrection, riot, civil war or commotion or 
military or usurped power, or by vandalism 
or maiicious mischief, or by water escape 
from plumbing or heating equipment of the 
building or from outside water mains and the 
melting of ice or snow on roof) until the last 
day of February, 1948. 

Dated this 1st day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2239-de4 Superintendent of Insurance. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Lemery- 
Denison, Limited, changed its name on the 
27th day of November, 1947, to the name 
“ Lemery Ltd.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2193-de4 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that J. M. Brown 
Truck Co., Ltd., whose registered office is 
situate at Room 315, 602 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 “ B.C. Truck 
Sales Ltd.,” at the expiration of four weeks 
from the date of this notice. 

Dated this 18th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2494-del8 Registrar of Companies. 


“INSURANCE ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that the Wawanesa 
Mutual Insurance Company has appointed 
Eric G. Peake, of Vancouver, B.C., as its 
attorney for the purposes of the “ Insurance 
Act ” in place of Milton C. Holden, of Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

Dated this 12th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2445-del8 Superintendent of Insurance. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Collart & Mc- 
Caffery, Limited, whose registered office 
is situate 355 Third Avenue West, Prince 
Rupei’t, B.C., and which carries on its busi¬ 
ness at Prince Rupert, B.C., intends to apply 
to the Registrar of Companies for approval of 
a change of its name to the name “ Robert E. 
Montador Limited,” at the expiration of four 
weeks from the date of this notice. 

Dated this 4th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2230-de4 Registrar of Companies , 




































3868 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Associated 
Naturopathic and Physiotherapy Insti¬ 
tutes, Limited, whose registered office is situ¬ 
ate Room 202, 678 Howe Street, Vancouver, 
B.C., and which carries on its business at 
Vancouver, B.C., intends to apply to the Regis¬ 
trar of Companies for approval of a change 
of its name to the name “ Physical Medicine 
Clinic Naturopathic Limited ” at the expira¬ 
tion of four weeks from the date of this notice. 

Dated this 11th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2284-dell Registrar of Companies. 


“INSURANCE ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that the Scottish 
Union & National Insurance Company has 
appointed A. T. M. Pearse of Vancouver, B.C., 
as its attorney for the purposes of the “ In¬ 
surance Act ” in place of F. B. Pemberton, of 
Victoria, B.C., and has changed the location 
of its head office in British Columbia to 927 
Rogers Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

Dated this 3rd day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2272-dell Superintendent of Insurance. 

“COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Eddie Mould 
Motors, Ltd., whose registered office is 
situate 678 Howe Street, Vancouver, B.C., and 
which carries on its business at Duncan, B.C., 
intends to apply to the Registrar of Companies 
for approval of a change of its name to the 
name “ City Service Garage (Duncan) Ltd.,” 
at the expiration of four weeks from the date 
of this notice. 

Dated this 18th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2435-del8 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Campbell Reid 
Footwear, Limited, changed its name on 
the 4th day of December, 1947, to the name 
“ Vancouver Footwear Limited.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2270-dell Registrar of Companies. 


NOTICE. 

Joseph Pratt, Deceased. 

N OTICE is hereby given that all persons 
having claims against the estate of Joseph 
Pratt, late of North Vancouver, B.C., who died 
on or about September 20th, 1947, are required 
on or before the 15th day of January, 1948, to 
deliver or send by prepaid letter full partic¬ 
ulars of their claims, duly verified, to P. E. 
Wells, one of the executors of the will of said 
deceased, at his office, 455 Pender Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

And take notice that after the last-men¬ 
tioned date the executors will proceed to dis¬ 
tribute the assets of said deceased among the 
persons entitled thereto, having regard only 
to the claims of which they shall then have 
had notice. 

Dated December 6th, 1947. 

HERBERT EDWARD TRIBE. 
PERCY ERNEST WELLS. 

Executors. 

By Percy G. Mason, their Solicitor. 
615 Pender Street West, 

Vancouver, B.C. 2282-dell 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Knox Hotel 
Co., Ltd., changed its name on the 4th day 
of December, 1947, to the name “ Ocean View 
Hotel Co. Ltd.” 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2270-dell Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that B.C. Peat 
Company, Ltd., whose registered office is 
situate 502-7 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 
“ Atkins & Durbrow Ltd.,” at the expiration 
of four weeks from the date of this notice. 

Dated this 11th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2300-dell Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Canadian 
Mixeiraobile Co., Ltd., whose registered 
office is situate 701 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 
“ Canadian Mobile Co. Ltd.,” at the expiration 
of four weeks from the date of this notice. . 

Dated this 11th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2270-dell Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 


Kelowna Bakery, Limited (in Voluntary 
Liquidation) . 

N OTICE is hereby given that a general 
meeting of the Company will be called at 
the office of C. G. Beeston, solicitor, 1 Casorso 
Block, 435 Bernard Avenue, Kelowna, B.C., on 
Wednesday, the 7th day of of January, 1948, 
at the hour of 2.30 o’clock in the afternoon for 
the purpose of laying before the meeting an 
account of the winding up showing how the 
winding up has been conducted and the prop¬ 
erty of the Company has been disposed of. 
Dated this 4th day of December, 1947. 

WM. C. MOEBES, 

2278-dell Liquidator. 


“INSURANCE ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that the Metropoli¬ 
tan Life Insurance Company has ap¬ 
pointed Norman O. Haugh of Victoria, B.C., 
as its attorney for the purposes of the “ In¬ 
surance Act ” in place of W. W. Macdonald, of 
Victoria, B.C. 

Dated this 25th day of November, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2191-de4 Superintendent of Insurance. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

Langford Speedways, Limited (in Liquida¬ 
tion). 

AKE NOTICE that a meeting of the credit¬ 
ors of Landford Speedways, Limited, will 
be held at 410 Central Building, 620 View 
Street, Victoria, B.C., on Monday, December 
15th, 1947, at 3 o’clock in the afternoon. All 
creditors of the Company are requested to 
attend. 

J. ALAN BAKER, 

2210-de4 Liquidator. 






























December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3869 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

^^OTICE is hereby given that Enterprise 
Logging & Land Clearing Company, Lim¬ 
ited, changed its name on the 11th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947, to the name “ Enterprise Log¬ 
ging Co. Limited.” 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2435-del8 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

AJOTICE is hereby given that A. R. Heater 
& Co., Limited, changed its name on the 
11th day of December, 1947, to the name 
“ R. B. Sharpe Limited.” 

W. L. LLEWELLYN, 

2435-del8 Deputy Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

Anthes-Tait Foundry, Limited (in Volun¬ 
tary Liquidation). 

OTICE is hereby given that Anthes-Tait 
Foundry, Limited, has resolved to wind up 
voluntarily and that a meeting of its creditors 
will be held at its registered office, 816, 510 
Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B.C., on 
Tuesday, the 30th day of December, 1947, at 
11 o’clock in the forenoon. 

Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 11th day of 
December, 1947. 

J. M. S. TAIT, 

2427-del8 Liquidator. 


IN THE SUPREME COURT OF 
BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



McRae Farms, Limited (in Voluntary 
Liquidation) . 


In the Matter of the “ Companies Act,” and 
in the Matter of Cairncurran, Limited. 


IVTOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to 
’ section 222 of the “ Companies Act,” a 
general meeting of McRae Farms, Limited, 
will be held in Room 904, 789 Pender Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C., on the 15th day of 
January, 1948, at the hour of 2 o’clock in the 
afternoon, for the purpose of laying before 
the meeting the liquidator’s account of the 
winding up of the Company. 

T. IAN GIBSON, 

2475-del8 Liquidator. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 


The Woman’s Bakery, Limited (in 
Voluntary Liquidation). 

IVT OTICE is hereby given that by special 
L T resolution passed on the 21st day of No¬ 
vember, 1947, The Woman's Bakery, Limited, 
resolved to wind up voluntarily and appointed 
Luther William Taylor, 1986 Fourteenth Ave¬ 
nue West, Vancouver, B.C., accountant, as 
liquidator. 

Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 25th day of 
November, 1947. 

L. W. TAYLOR, 

2183-de4 Liquidator. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 


Notice of Appointment of Liquidator in a 
Voluntary Winding-up. 

I the undersigned, Arthur Justin Cowan, of 
, 553 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C., 
hereby give notice that by a special resolution 
passed on the 12th day of December, 1947, I 
have been appointed liquidator of Fandora 
Gold Mines, Limited (N.P.L.). 

Dated this 15th day of December, 1947. 


T AKE NOTICE that a petition will be pre¬ 
sented to the Court at the Court-house in 
the City of Victoria, B.C., on Friday the 9th 
day of January, 1948, at the hour of 10.30 
o’clock in the forenoon, or so soon thereafter 
as counsel may be heard, praying for an order 
restoring Cairncurran, Limited, to the Register 
of Companies. 

Dated at Victoria, B.C., this 10th day of 
December, 1947. 

CREASE, DAVEY, LAWSON, DAVIS, 
GORDON & BAKER. 

Solicitors for the Petitioner, The Yorkshire 
& Canadian Trust, Limited. 2439-del8 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 


West Canadian Hydro Electric Corporation, 
Limited (in Liquidation). 

N OTICE is hereby given that by special 
resolution dated the 10th day of Decem¬ 
ber, 1947, West Canadian Hydro Electric Cor¬ 
poration, Limited, has resolved to wind up 
voluntarily and has appointed William Fitch, 
106 Pacific Building, 744 Hastings Street 
West, Vancouver, B.C., as liquidator. 

Notice is hereby further given, pursuant to 
section 220 of the “ Companies Act,” R.S.B.C. 
1936, chapter 42, that a meeting of the credit¬ 
ors (if any) of the Company will be held on 
Monday, the 29th day of December, 1947, at 
the hour of 10 o’clock in the forenoon at 106 
Pacific Building, 744 Hastings Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C., for the purposes provided in 
said section 220. 


Dated at Vancouver, B.C., December 10th, 
1947. 


2430-del8 


W. FITCH, 

Liquidator. 


A. J. COWAN, 

2464-del8 Liquidator. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that Love’s Auc¬ 
tion Rooms, Ltd., whose registered office is 
situate 604 Randall Building, 535 Georgia 
Street West, 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 “ Love’s Auctioneers & Appraisers Ltd.,” 
at the expiration of four weeks from the date 
of this notice. 

Dated this 18th day of December, 1947. 


“INSURANCE ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that The Order of 
United Commercial Travelers of America 
was licensed on the first day of December, 
1947, under the “ Insurance Act ” to undertake 
within the Province of British Columbia, acci¬ 
dent insurance, to the extent authorized by its 
articles of incorporation, constitution and laws 
until the last day of February, 1948. 

Its head office is situate at 1206 Wharf 
Street, Victoria, B.C., and Walter L. Wood- 
house of the same address is the attorney 
appointed by it under the said Act. 

Dated this 1st day of December, 1947. 




2435-del8 


S. W.-TAYLOR, 
Registrar of Companies. 


2434-del8 


S. W. TAYLOR, 
Superintendent of Insurance. 


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3870 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


“INSURANCE ACT.-” 

OTICE is hereby given that an amended 
licence has been issued to the Alliance As¬ 
surance Company, Limited, in substitution of 
its existing licence, so that the Company is 
now authorized to undertake within the Prov¬ 
ince of British Columbia automobile insurance, 
fire insurance, inland-transportation insui’ance, 
marine insurance, plate-gl^ss insurance, prop- 
erty-damage insurance (limited to loss or dam¬ 
age to property caused by explosion of natural 
or other gas or by bombardment, invasion, in¬ 
surrection, riot, civil war or commotion or 
military or usurped power, or by vandalism 
or malicious mischief and to loss or damage to 
personal effects), sprinkler-leakage insurance, 
theft insurance, weather insui’ance (limited to 
loss or damage to property through wind¬ 
storm, cyclone, tornado or hail), and, if re¬ 
stricted to insurance of the same property as 
is insured under a policy of fire insurance of 
the Company, aircraft insurance (limited to 
loss or damage to the property caused by fall¬ 
ing aircraft), property-damage insurance 
(limited to loss or damage to the property 
caused by earthquake or by vehicles, or by 
water escape from plumbing or heating equip¬ 
ment of the building or from outside water 
mains and the melting of ice or snow on roof) 
until the last day of February, 1948. 

Dated this 9th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2434-del8 Superintendent of Insurance. 


“INSURANCE ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that an amended 
licence has been issued to the Westmin¬ 
ster Fire Office in substitution of its existing 
licence, so that the Company is now authorized 
to undertake within the Province of British 
Columbia accident insurance, automobile in¬ 
surance, fire insurance, guarantee insurance, 
inland-transportation insurance, plate-glass in¬ 
surance, property-damage insurance (limited 
to loss or damage to property caused by ex¬ 
plosion of natural or other gas and to loss or 
damage to personal effects), sprinkler-leakage 
insurance, theft insurance and weather in¬ 
surance (limited to loss or damage to prop¬ 
erty through wind-storm, cyclone, tornado or 
hail), and, if restricted to insurance of the 
same property as is insured under a policy of 
fire insurance of the Company, aircraft in¬ 
surance (limited to loss or damage to property 
caused by falling aircraft), property-damage 
insurance (limited to loss or damage to the 
property caused by earthquake, or by vehicles, 
or by bombardment, invasion, insurrection, 
riot, civil war or commotion or military or 
usurped power, or by vandalism or malicious 
mischief, or by water escape from plumbing 
or heating equipment of the building or from 
outside water mains and the melting of ice 
or snow on roof) until the last day of Febru¬ 
ary, 1948. 

Dated this 9th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2434-del8 Superintendent of Insurance. 


“ INSURANCE ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that the Central 
Union Insurance Company has appointed 

A. T. M. Pearse, of Vancouver, B.C., as its 
attorney for the purposes of the “ Insurance 
Act ” in place of F. B. Pemberton, of Victoria, 

B. C., and has changed the location of its head 
office in British Columbia to 927 Rogers Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C. 

Dated this 3rd day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2272-dell Superintendent of Insurance. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 


Rover Creek Mining Company, Limited, 
Non-Personae Liability (in Liquidation). 

N OTICE is hereby given that by a special 
resolution passed on the 2nd day of De¬ 
cember, 1947, Rover Creek Mining Company, 
Limited, Non-Personal Liability, resolved to 
wind up voluntarily and appointed Charles 
Frederick Hunter, liquidator. 

And notice is hereby given that pursuant 
to the “ Companies Act,” R.S.B.C. chapter 42, 
section 220, a meeting of the creditors of the 
Company will be held on Thursday, the 18th 
day of December, 1947, at 2.30 o’clock in the 
afternoon at the office of Wragge & Hamilton, 
Canadian Bank of Commerce Building, 459 
Baker Street, Nelson, B.C. 

Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 8th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

C. F. HUNTER, 

2429-del8 Liquidator. 


“ INSURANCE ACT.” 

OTICE is hereby given that an amended 
licence has been issued to the Lumber¬ 
mens Mutual Insurance Company in substitu¬ 
tion of its existing licence, so that the Com¬ 
pany is now authorized to undertake within 
the Province of British Columbia on the cash 
plan, automobile insurance (excluding liability 
for loss or damage resulting from bodily in¬ 
jury to or death of any person), fire insurance, 
property-damage insurance (limited to loss or 
damage to property caused by bombardment, 
invasion, insurrection, riot, civil war or com¬ 
motion or military or usurped power, or by 
vandalism or malicious mischief), and weather 
insurance (limited to loss or damage to prop¬ 
erty through wind-storm, cyclone, tornado or 
hail), and, if restricted to insurance of the 
same property as is insured under a policy of 
fire insurance of the Company, aircraft in¬ 
surance (limited to loss or damage to the 
property caused by falling aircraft), prop¬ 
erty-damage insurance (limited to loss or dam¬ 
age to the property caused by earthquake, or 
by vehicles, or by explosion of natural or other 
gas, or by water escape from plumbing or 
heating equipment of the building or from 
outside water mains and the melting of ice 
or snow on roof), and sprinkler-leakage in¬ 
surance until the last day of February, 1948. 

Dated this 9th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2434-del8 Superintendent of Insurance. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

Bonnington Falls Orchard, Limited (in 
Voluntary Liquidation). 

N OTICE is hereby given pursuant to sec¬ 
tion 222 of the “ Companies Act ” that a 
general meeting of the above-named Company 
will be held at the offices of Wragge & Hamil¬ 
ton, 459 Baker Street, Nelson, B.C., on Friday, 
the 23rd day of January, 1948, at the hour of 
11 o’clock in the forenoon for the following 
purposes:— 

(1) To receive the final account of the 
liquidator showing the manner in which the 
winding-up has been conducted and the prop¬ 
erty of the Company disposed of and to hear 
any explanation that may be given by the 
liquidator. 

(2) To determine the manner in which the 
books, accounts and documents of the Company 
shall be disposed of. 

Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 12th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

JOHN FRASER, 

2471-del 8 Liquidator, 



















December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3871 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 


Laughing Man Placers, Limited. 

i the undersigned, John D. Mather, 607 
> Metropolitan Building, Vancouver, B.C., 
hereby give notice that by special resolution 
passed on the 17th day of December, 1947, 
1 have been appointed liquidator of Laughing 
Man Placers, Limited. 

Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 22nd day of 
December, 1947. 

J. D. MATHER, 

2544-de24 Liquidator. 

“ COMPANIES ACT.” 


1M"OTICE is hereby given that Samis Realty, 
Ltd., changed its name on the 27th day of 
November, 1947, to the name “ York Estates 
Ltd.” 


S. W. TAYLOR, 

2193-de4 Registrar of Companies. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 


Capitol Hill Taxi Co., Ltd. 

T AKE NOTICE that the above Company 
has resolved to wind up voluntarily and 
that Edmund H. Neville of c/o Suite 414-24, 
Pacific Building, 744 Hastings Street West, 
Vancouver, B.C., has been appointed liquidator. 

Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 16th day of 
December, 1947. 

EDMUND H. NEVILLE, 
2500-de24 Liquidator. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

British American Timber Company, Limited 
(in Voluntary Liquidation). 

N OTICE is hereby given that by special reso¬ 
lution passed on Monday, the 15th day of 
December, 1947, British American Timber 
Company, Limited, a British Columbia corpora¬ 
tion, resolved to wind up voluntarily and ap¬ 
pointed J. H. Houghland of Room 509, Royal 
Bank Building, 675 Hastings Street West, Van¬ 
couver, B.C., as liquidator. 

Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 19th day of 
December, 1947. 

J. H. HOUGHLAND, 

2525-de24 Liquidator. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 


and of hearing any explanation that may be 
given by the liquidator, and also of determin¬ 
ing by extraordinary resolution the manner in 
which the books, accounts and documents of 
the Company and of the liquidator thereof 
shall be disposed of. 

Dated the 20th day of December, 1947. 

W. SWANNELL, 

2532-de24 Liquidator. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

N OTICE is hereby given, pursuant to sub¬ 
section (5) of section 205 of the “ Com¬ 
panies Act ” that Metalsmith Mines, Limited 
(Non-Personal Liability), was on the date of 
this notice struck off the Register and dis¬ 
solved. 

Dated this 24th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2506-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

N OTICE is hereby given that Lemery, Ltd., 
whose registered office is situate 1147 
Howe Street, 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 “ Lemery’s Limited ” at the expiration 
of four weeks from the date of this notice. 
Dated this 24th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2548-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


“ COMPANIES ACT.” 

"M"OTICE is hereby given that Taylor & 
-C ' White, Ltd., whose registered office is situ¬ 
ate 800 Hall Building, 789 Pender 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 “ White & 
Taylor Ltd.,” at the expiration of four weeks 
from the date of this notice. 

Dated this 24th day of December, 1947. 

S. W. TAYLOR, 

2548-de24 Registrar of Companies. 


MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. 


CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT OF 
MISSION. 


British American Timber Company, Limited 
(in Voluntary Liquidation). 

'Vj'OTICE is hereby given that a meeting of 
L i creditors of the above Company will be 
held, pursuant to section 220 of the “ Com¬ 
panies Act,” at 509 Royal Bank Building, 675 
Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B.C., on 
Monday, the 29th day of December, 1947, at 
the hour of 11 o’clock in the forenoon. 

Dated this 19th day of December, 1947. 

J. H. HOUGHLAND, 

2525-de24 Liquidator. 


“COMPANIES ACT.” 

Woodwards Consolidated, Limited (in 
Voluntary Liquidation). 

N OTICE is hereby given in pursuance of 
section 222 of the “ Companies Act,” that 
a general meeting of the members of the above- 
named Company will be held at-101 Hastings 
Street West, Vancouver, B.C., on Friday, the 
30th day of January, 1948, at 10.30 o’clock in 
the forenoon, for the purpose of having an 
account laid before them, showing the manner 
in which the winding-up has been conducted, 
and the property of the Company disposed of, 


1VTOTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Reeve 
and Councillors for the Corporation of the 
District of Mission: — 

Reeve—Albert B. Catherwood (two-year 
term). 

Councillors—John I. Goundrey and Thomas 
Thompson (two-year term). 

Dated at Mission City, B.C., this 20th day of 
December, 1947. 

J. S. HAIGH, 

2535-de24 Return ing Officer. 

THE CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT 
OF SALMON ARM. 

1M"OTICE is hereby given that the following 
J A persons have been duly elected as Reeve 
and Councillors for The Corporation of the 
District of Salmon Arm:— 

Reeve—Lionel Seymour Metford, O.B.E. 
(two-year term) (acclamation). 

Councillors—James Gilfillan Campbell and 
Frank Daniel Downey (two-year term) ; Ross 
White (one-year term) (acclamation). 

Dated at Salmon Arm, B.C., this 15th dav 
of December, 1947. 

D. JOHNSTON, 

2545-de24 Returning Officer. 


























3872 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. 


CORPORATION OF SUMMERLAND. 

N OTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Reeve, 
Councillors, and School Trustee for the Munici¬ 
pality of Summerland:— 

Reeve—Reid Armstrong Johnston (two-year 
term). 

Councillors—Eric Magnus Tait and Harvey 
Lome Wilson (two-year term). 

School Trustee—Marjorie Kathleen Vander¬ 
burgh (two-year term). 

Dated at West Summerland, B.C., this 15th 
day of December, 1947. 

WM. C. W. FOSBERY, 
2496-de24 Returning Officer. 

MUNICIPALITY OF COLDSTREAM. 

OTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Reeve, 
Councillors, and School Trustee for the 
Municipality of Coldstream:— 

Reeve—A. Browne. 

Councillors—Ward 1: M. A. Curwen and 
J. B. Kidston; Ward 2: M. S. Freeman and 
J. Hill. 

School Trustee—M. S. Freeman. 

Dated at Vernon, B.C., this 16th day of 
December, 1947. 

DAVID F. B. KINLOCH, 
2520-de24 Returning Officer. 


THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF 
LADYSMITH. 

OTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Mayor, 
Aldermen, and School Trustee for The Corpo¬ 
ration of the City of Ladysmith:— 

Mayor—Leonard Thomas Ryan. 

Aldermen—Peter Rudolph Battie and Arthur 
Turner Verchere (two-year term). 

School Trustee—Raymond Berod (two-year 
term). 

Dated at Ladysmith, B.C., this 15th day of 
December, 1947. 

R. S. WOOD, 

2521-de24 Returning Officer. 


THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF 
KASLO. 

OTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Mayor, 
Aldermen, and School Trustee for The Corpo¬ 
ration of the City of Kalso:— 

Mayor—George Stace Baker (two-year 
term). 

Aldermen—William Roy Logan and William 
Vincent Drayton (two-year term). 

School Trustee—William Henry Tonkin 
(two-year term). 

Dated at Kalso, B.C., this 16th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

R. D. GARDNER, 

2519-de24 Returning Officer. 

CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF 
CUMBERLAND. 

"VTOTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Mayor, 
Aldermen, and Police Commissioner for the 
Corporation of the City of Cumberland: — 
Mayor—Alexander Maxwell (acclamation). 
Aldermen—Robert T. Brown, Stanley E. 
Mounce, and William S. Wood (two-year term) 
(acclamation). 

Police Commissioner—Charles J. Parnham 
(two-year term) (acclamation). 

Dated at Cumberland, B.C., this 19th day of 
December, 1947. 

L. BRIGHTON, 

2542-de24 Returning Officer. 


MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. 


CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT OF 
BURNABY. 

N OTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Reeve, 
Councillors, and School Trustees for the Corpo¬ 
ration of the District of Burnaby:— 

Reeve—George Andrew Morrison. 
Councillors—William Randolph Beamish, 
Joseph Paul Gartlan, Charles Willoughby Mac- 
Sorley, and William Parker Philps (two-year 
term) ; John Douglas Drummond, George Dun¬ 
can McLean, and James Gower West (one- 
year term). 

School Trustees—Thomas Henry Goode and 
William Ewart Grieve (two-year term). 

Dated at Edmonds, Burnaby, B.C., this 15th 
day of December, 1947. 

CHARLES B. BROWN, 
2495-de24 Returning Officer. 


THE CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT 
OF MATSQUI. 

OTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Reeve, 
Councillors, and School Trustees for The Cor¬ 
poration of the District of Matsqui:— 

Reeve—Lloyd T. Beharrell. 

Councillors—John M. Rowley and James 
Towlan (two-year term), Emil Anderson and 
Leonard J. Kettle (one-year term). 

School Trustees-—F. Stanley Cameron and 
James A. Carmichael (two-year term), Stanley 
E. Sorenson and J. Clarke Cherry (one-year 
term). 

Dated at Mount Lehman, B.C., this 17th day 
of December, 1947. 

WM. E. BAYNES, 

2505-de24 Returning Officer. 


THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF 
FERNIE. 

OTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Mayor, 
Aldermen, and School Trustee for The Corpo¬ 
ration of the City of Fernie:— 

Mayor—Bertram J. Hawkey (two-year 
term) (acclamation). 

Aldermen—Harold White, Joseph J. Haile, 
and John Sweeney (two-year term) (acclama¬ 
tion). 

School Trustee—Mrs. Agnes A. McLean 
(two-year term) (acclamation). 

Dated at Fernie, B.C., this 11th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

G. M. ROBERTSON, 

2518-de24 Returning Officer. 


CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF PORT 
ALBERNI. 

OTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Mayor, 
Aldermen, and School Trustees for the Corpo¬ 
ration of the City of Port Alberni:— 

Mayor—Loran Kendall Jordan. 

Aldermen—James George Folkard, Fred¬ 
erick Vincent Rush, and Walter S. Yates (two- 
year term) ; Morris Arthur Wren (one-year 
term). 

School Trustees—Mabel H. Hamilton and 
Albert Harold Leader. 

Dated at Port Alberni, B.C., this 13th day 
of December, 1947. 

F. L. KITTO, 

2499-de24 Returning Officer. 





















December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3873 


MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. 


CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF 
GRAND FORKS. 

OTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Mayor, 
Aldermen, and School Trustee for the Corpo¬ 
ration of the City of Grand Forks:— 

Mayor—Ora Oren Stephenson. 

Aldermen—Tillie Fox, John Reyer Mooyboer, 
John Charteris McCaig, and Carl Frank Wol¬ 
fram. 

School Trustee—William Dewey Smith. 

Dated at Grand Forks, B.C., this 19th day of 
December, 1947. 

E. W. EUERBY, 

2534-de24 Returning Officer. 


THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP 
OF CHILLI WHACK. 

OTICE is hereby given that the following- 
persons have been duly elected as Reeve, 
Councillors, School Trustees, and Park Com¬ 
missioners for The Corporation of the Town¬ 
ship of Chilliwhack:— 

Reeve—W. T. Richardson. 

Councillors—J. D. Keith, J. H. Martens, and 
W. G. Simpson (two-year term) ; C. A. Bar¬ 
ber and J. Johnston (one-year term). 

School Trustees—K. Froese and J. J. Witten¬ 
berg. 

Park Commissioners—G. W. Green and 
A. E. J. Farrow. 

Dated at Chilliwack, B.C., this 17th day of 
December, 1947. 

S. LESLIE BRICE, 

2533-de24 Returning Officer. 


CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT 
OF WEST VANCOUVER. 

OTICE is hereby given that the following- 
persons have been duly elected as Coun¬ 
cillors, School Trustees, Police Commissioner, 
and Park Commissioner for the Corporation of 
the District of West Vancouver: — 

Councillors—George Edgar Baynes and John 
Howard Fletcher (two-year term). 

School Trustees—Harold Stratton Mahon 
and Arthur David Kitchener Richardson (two- 
year term). 

Police Commissioner—Jack Crofts McKinnon 
(two-year term). 

Park Commissioner—Alexander Rufus Mac- 
Kenzie (three-year term). 

Dated at West Vancouver, B.C., this 18th 
day of December, 1947. 

R. A. HARRISON, 

2528-de24 Returning Officer. 


THE CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT 
OF TADANAC. 

OTICE is hereby given that the following- 
persons have been duly elected as Reeve, 
Councillors, Police Commissioner, and School 
Trustee for The Corporation of the District of 
Tadanac:— 

Reeve—Lome Maurice DeLong (two-year 
term). 

Councillors—James Frank Millican and 
Harry Leonard Smith (two-year term) ; Al¬ 
bert Edward Giles (one-year term). 

Police Commissioner—Douglas Stevenson 
Wetmore (two-year term). 

School Trustee—Wilfred Duncan Burgess 
(two-year term). 

Dated at Tadanac, B.C., this 8th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

F. C. TOWNSHEND, 

2538-de24 Deputy Returning Officer. 


MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. 


THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF 
TRAIL. 

OTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Mayor, 
Aldermen, Police Commissioner, and School 
Trustee for The Corporation of the City of 
Trail:— 

Mayor—James Edward Bryan. 

Aldermen—Joseph Raymond Ranetta, Cecil 
Harman Jeffares, and Ian Somerville. 

Police Commissioner—Antonio Tonelli. 
School Trustee—Brynmor E. Smith (accla¬ 
mation) . 

Dated at Trail, B.C., this 17th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

E. F. TREGONING, 

2537-de24 Returning Officer. 


THE CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT 
OF GLENMORE. 

OTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Reeve, 
Councillors, and School Trustee for The 
Corporation of the District of Glenmore:— 
Reeve—Charles Henderson. 

Councillors — Campbell Minto Lipsett and 
Melville Joseph Butler. 

School Trustee—George Clarence Hume. 

Dated at Kelowna, B.C., this 13th day of 
December, 1947. 

R. W. CORNER, 

2526-de24 Returning Officer. 


CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF 
NELSON. 

N OTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Mayor, 
Aldermen, School Trustees, and Police Com¬ 
missioner for the Corporation of the City of 
Nelson:— 

Mayor—Thomas Henry Waters (two-year 
term). 

Aldermen—Alex. H. Allan, Thomas Stanley 
Shorthouse, and Alexander Sutherland (two- 
year term). 

Police Commissioner—Alfred Taylor Rich¬ 
ards (two-year tei’m) (acclamation). 

School Trustees—Nelson School District No. 
7: Alfred Kenneth Gibbons and Joseph Kary 
(two-year term). 

Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 15th day of De¬ 
cember, 1947. 

W. A. GORDON, 

2501-de24 Returning Officer. 


CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NEW 
WESTMINSTER. 

"jVTOTICE is hereby given that the following 
persons have been duly elected as Aider- 
men, School Trustees, Park Commissioner, and 
Police Commissioner for the Corporation of 
the City of New Westminster:— 

Aldermen—Alexander John Allison, Fred¬ 
eric*; Herbert Jackson, and Frank Harold 
Trapp (two-year term). 

School Trustees—Daisy Annette Amy, Alex¬ 
ander Christie, William Edward Arthur Mer¬ 
cer, and Elizabeth Charlotte Wood (acclama¬ 
tion) (two-year term). 

Park Commissioner—Hugh Wilson Gilford 
(three-year term). 

Police Commissioner—Richard Gaden Legge 
(two-year term). 

Dated at New Westminster, B.C., this 19th 
day of December, 1947. 

A. G. BRINE, 

2536-de24 Returning Officer. 
























3874 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


TIMBER SALE X31572. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 1.30 o’clock in the afternoon on 
Tuesday, the 6th day of January, 1948, in the 
office of the Forest Ranger at Vernon, B.C., 
the Licence X31572, to cut 5,230,000 F.B.M. of 
fir, larch, yellow pine, spruce, and white pine, 
and 7,725 lineal feet of cedar poles and piling 
on an area adjoining the north boundary of 
Lot 239, 4 miles north-west of Lumby, Oso- 
yoos Division of Yale Land District. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Kamloops, B.C. 1797-no6 


TIMBER SALE X43488. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Monday, the 26th day of January, 1948, in the 
office of the District Forester, Marine Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X43488, to 
cut 28,875,000 F.B.M. of cedar, hemlock, 
cypress, and balsam on an area situated at 
Emerson Bay, Crescent Lake, Greenway 
Sound, Broughton Island, Range 1, Coast Land 
District. 

Five years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Vancouver, B.C. 2054-no27 


TIMBER SALE X32978. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 12 o’clock noon on the 4th day 
of February, 1948, in the office of the Forest 
Ranger at Arrowhead, B.C., the Licence 
X32978, to cut 5,968,000 F.B.M. of white pine, 
fir, hemlock, spruce, cedar, and balsam, and 
360,105 lineal feet of cedar poles and piling on 
Lot 7582 (Timber Licence 11057P), Trout 
Lake, Kootenay Land District. 

Five years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Nelson, B.C. 2054-no27 


TIMBER SALE X42385. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 4 o’clock in the afternoon 
(local time), on the 20th day of January, 
1948, in the office of the Forest Ranger, at 
Cranbrook, B.C., the Licence X42385, to'cut 
3,433,000 F.B.M. of fir, yellow pine, larch, and 
spruce on an area situated west of Gold Creek, 
approximately 15 miles south-west of Waldo, 
Kootenay Land District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C.; the District For¬ 
ester, Nelson, B.C.; or the Forest Ranger, 
Fernie, B.C. 2301-dell 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


TIMBER SALE X43513. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Monday, the 2nd day of February, 1948, in the 
office of the District Forester, Marine Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X43513, to 
cut 6,532,000 F.B.M. of fir, cedar, hemlock, 
balsam, and white pine, and 80,500 lineal feet 
of cedar poles and piling on an area situated 
on part of Surveyed Timber Licences 7567P 
and 7568P, and adjoining vacant Crown land, 
McNab Creek, Howe Sound, New Westminster 
Land District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Vancouver, B.C. 2054-no27 

TIMBER SALE X43272. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11.30 o’clock in the forenoon 
on Friday, the 9th day of January, 1948, in 
the office of the District Forester at Prince 
George, B.C., the Licence X43272, to cut 5,860,- 
000 F.B.M. of spruce on an area situated 7 
miles north of Hansard Ferry, Cariboo Land 
District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Prince George, B.C. 1797-no6 

TIMBER SALE X43306. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 10.45 o’clock in the forenoon 
on Friday, the 16th day of January, 1948, in 
the office of the District Forester, Prince 
George, B.C., the Licence X43306, to cut 8,270,- 
000 F.B.M. of spruce on an area situated on 
part of Surveyed Timber Licence 11011P, and 
adjoining Crown land, 514 miles south and 2 
miles east of Newlands, Cariboo Land Distinct. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Prince George, B.C. 2010-nol3 


KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 

OTICE is Hereby given that the under¬ 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the 
Department of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
and at the office of the Government Agent, 
Nelson:— 

Lot 15235.—“ Queen Ann No. 1.” 

„ 15236 .—“ Queen Ann Fraction.” 

„ 15237.—“ Good Hope.” 

„ 15238.—“ Dorothea.” 

N. C. STEWART, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, D.C., December 18th, 19b7. 

2325-del8 





















December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3875 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


TIMBER SALE X42827. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11.30 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Monday, the 12th day of January, 1948, the 
Licence X42827, to cut 27,270,000 F.B.M. of 
fir, cedar, hemlock, balsam, cypress, and white 
pine on an area situated on Upper Dakota 
Creek, Howe Sound, New Westminster Land 
District. 

Five years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Vancouver, B.C. 2010-nol3 

NEW WESTMINSTER 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, 
Vancouver:— 

Lot 6053, Gp. 1.—British Columbia Pulp & 
Paper Co., Ltd., Application to Lease. 

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. 

N. C. STEWART, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., December 18th, 194-7. 

2325-delS 

TIMBER SALE X42320. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Tuesday, the 20th day of January, 1948, in the 
office of the District Forester at Kamloops. 
B.C., the Licence X42320, to cut 3,200,000 
F.B.M. of fir and spruce on part of Sections 
23, 26, and 27, Township 18, Range 16, west of 
the 6th meridian, south of Campbell Lake. 

Four years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Kamloops, B.C. 2311-del8 


TIMBER SALE X43415. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Friday, the 9th day of January, 1948, in the 
office of the District Forester at Prince George, 
B.C., the Licence X43415, to cut 1,065,000 
F.B.M. of spruce, fir, and lodgepole pine on 
the North-west Quarter of Lot 2183, situated 
1 V 2 miles north of Tabor Lake, Cariboo Land 
District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Prince George, B.C, 2311-del8 


TIMBER SALE X41819. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 10.30 o’clock in the forenoon 
on Saturday, the 7th day of February, 1948, 
by the Government Agent at the office of the 
Forest Ranger at Pouce Coupe, B.C., the 
Licence X41819, to cut 7,700,000 F.B.M. of 
spruce and lodgepole pine on part of Sections 
28, 29, 32, 33, and 34, Township 77, Range 20, 
west of the 6th meridian, south-west of Ground- 
birch, Coldbrook Creek, Peace River Land Dis¬ 
trict. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Prince George, B.C. 2077-de4 

TIMBER SALE X43193. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11.30 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Friday, the 16th day of January, 1948, in the 
office of the District Forester, Prince George, 
B.C., the Licence X43193, to cut 4,920,000 
F.B.M. of spruce, fir, lodgepole pine, and bal¬ 
sam on an area situated at Buckhorn Lake, 
Cariboo Land District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Prince George, B.C. 2301-dell 

TIMBER SALE X40284. 

EALED TENDERS will be received by the 
Minister of Lands and Forests at Victoria, 
B.C., not later than 11 o’clock in the forenoon 
on the 12th day of January, 1948, for the pur¬ 
chase of Licence X40284, to cut 2,644,000 
F.B.M. of spruce, white pine, fir, and balsam, 
and 24,567 hewn lodgepole pine ties, and 13,- 
320 lineal feet of cedar poles and piling on an 
area situated on Swift and Barrett Creeks, 
2 miles north-east of Valemont, Cariboo Land 
District. 

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. 2301-dell 


TIMBER SALE X42830. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Monday, the 12th day of January, 1948, in the 
office of the District Forester, Marine Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver. B.C., the Licence X42830, to 
cut 13.850.000 F.B.M. of cedar, hemlock, bal¬ 
sam, and yellow cedar on an area situated on 
part of Surveyed Timber Licence 39769 and 
Lot 2553 (Timber Licence 11520P) and adjoin¬ 
ing vacant Crown land, 8 miles south-west of 
Halfmoon Bay, New Westminster Land Dis¬ 
trict. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided any one who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Vancouver, B.C. 2010-nol3 


























3876 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


LILLOOET DISTRICT. 

N 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, 
Clinton:— 

Lot 7550.—Stanley Tipper, Application to 
Lease. 

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. 

N. C. STEWART, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., December 18th, 19U7. 

2325-del8 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 

N OTICE is hereby given that the under¬ 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the 
Department of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
and at the office of the Government Agent, 
Quesnel:— 

Lot 11367.—J. M. Gunn, Application to Pur¬ 
chase. 

„ 11368.—Erik L. Viksten, Application to 
Purchase. 

„ 11370.—Gus Viksten, Application to Pur¬ 
chase. 

Persons considering their rights adversely 
affected by the above surveys must furnish a 
statement of their contention to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests within thirty days from 
the date of this notice. 

N. C. STEWART, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., December 18th, 19U7. 

2325-del8 

- * — - — - - - - 

TIMBER SALE X26653. 

EALED TENDERS will be received by the 
Minister of Lands and Forests at Victoria, 
B.C., not later than 11 o’clock in the forenoon 
on Monday, the 5th day of January, 1948, for 
the purchase of Licence X26653, to cut 2,230,000 
F.B.M. of fir and hemlock on parts of Lots 
23, 151, 167, 168, and 42 a, Alberni Land Dis¬ 
trict. 

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, Marine Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

2077-de4 


TIMBER SALE X43093. 

EALED TENDERS will be received by the 
Minister of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
B.C., not later than 11 o’clock in the forenoon 
on the 19th day of January, 1948, for the pur¬ 
chase of Licence X43093, to cut 2,935,000 
F.B.M. of hemlock, fir, cedar, white pine, 
spruce, and birch, and 40,280 lineal feet of 
cedar poles and piling on parts of Lots 7600 
(Timber Licence 5373P) and 7591 (Timber 
Licence 3923P), Bannock Creek, 5 miles south¬ 
west of Arrowhead, Kootenay Land District. 

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, Nelson, B.C. 2311-del8 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


NANAIMO DISTRICT. 

OTICE is hereby given that the under¬ 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the 
Department of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
and at the office of the Government Agent, 
Nanaimo:— 

Lot 206.—John Kennedy Urquhart, Applica¬ 
tion to Lease. 

„ 207.—George St. Albyn Hargood Ash, 
Application to Lease. 

Persons considering their rights adversely 
affected by the above surveys must furnish a 
statement of their contention to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests within thirty days from 
the date of this notice. 

N. C. STEWART, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., December 18th, 19U7. 

2325-del8 


TIMBER SALE X43065. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 10.30 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Friday, the 9th day of January, 1948, in the 
office of the District Forester at Prince George, 
B.C., the Licence X43065, to cut 1,555,000 
F.B.M. of spruce, lodgepole pine, and fir, on 
part of the North-west Quarter of Lot 4257, 
situated north of Pilot Mountain, Cariboo Land 
District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Prince George, B.C. 2311-del8 

TIMBER SALE X43685. 

EALED TENDERS will be received by the 
Minister of Lands and Forests at Victoria, 
B.C., not later than 11 o’clock in the forenoon 
on the 8th day of January, 1948, for the pur¬ 
chase of Licence X43685, to cut 1,530,000 
F.B.M. of cedar, spruce, hemlock, and balsam 
on parts of Surveyed Timber Licences 10710P 
and 32049, at the head of Lassiter Bay, Range 
2, Coast 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, Marine Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

2311-del8 

TIMBER SALE X43259. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Mondav, the 23rd day of February, 1948, in 
the office of the District Forester, Marine 
Building, Vancouver. B.C., the Licence X43259, 
to cut 32,300,000 F.B.M. of spruce, cedar, hem¬ 
lock, and balsam on Sections 17 and 18, Town¬ 
ship 2, 2 miles west of Port McNeil, Rupert 
Land District. 

Five years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Marine Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

2311-del8 




















December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3877 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 

TIMBER SALE X43265. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Monday, the 16th day of February, 1948, in 
the office of the District Forester, Marine 
Building-, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X43265, 
to cut 5,755,000 F.B.M. of fir, cedar, hemlock, 
balsam, spruce, and white pine on an area 
situated approximately 17 miles north-east of 
Stave Falls, on the west side of Stave Lake, 
being part of Sections 26, 34, and 35, Township 
5, Range 3, west of the 7th meridian. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Marine Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

2301-dell 

TIMBER SALE X42647. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 10.30 o’clock in the forenoon 
on Monday, the 5th day of January, 1948, in 
the office of the District Forester, Marine 
Building, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X42647, 
to cut 246,000 board-feet of fir on an area 
situated near Loop Farms, Alberni District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Marine Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

2327-de24 

TIMBER SALE X27073. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Monday, the 5th day of January, 1948, in the 
office of the District Forester, Marine Build¬ 
ing, Vancouver, B.C., the Licence X27073, to 
cut 515,000 board-feet of fir, cedar, and hem- 
. lock on an area situated Phillips Arm, Say- 
ward District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Marine Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

2327-de24 

TIMBER SALE X39873. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 1.30 o’clock in the afternoon on 
the 9th day of January, 1948, in the office of 
the Forest Ranger, Quesnel, B.C., the Licence 
X39873, to cut 975 M of Douglas fir and spruce 
on portions of Lots 4374, 4375, 4412, and 4411, 
Cariboo, south of Ten Mile Lake. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C.; the District For¬ 
ester, Prince George, B.C.; or Ranger W. J. 
Irwin, Quesnel, B.C. 2327-de24 

8 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 

TIMBER SALE X42000. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public auc¬ 
tion, in the office of the District Forester 
at Kamloops, B.C., at 11 o’clock in the forenoon 
on the 9th day of January, 1948, Licence 
X42000, to cut 978,000 F.B.M. of Douglas fir 
and other species of sawlogs on an area situ¬ 
ated west of Edith Lake. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Kamloops, B.C. 2327-de24 


TIMBER SALE X41023. 

S EALED TENDERS will be received by the 
District Forester, Kamloops, B.C., not later 
than noon on the 2nd day of January, 1948, 
for the purchase of Licence X41023, to cut 
450,000 F.B.M. of spruce, balsam, and Douglas 
fir sawlogs and 97,620 lineal feet of lodgepole 
pine poles and piling on an area situated 1 
mile north of Valemont. 

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. 2327-de24 


NOTICE OF RESERVE. 

N OTICE is hereby given that Legal Sub¬ 
division 16, Section 23, Township 23, 
Range 8, west of the 6th meridian, containing 
25.2 acres, and situated on the west shore of 
Shuswap Lake, 10 miles north of Sicamous, is 
reserved and set apart for the use, recreation, 
and enjoyment of the public. 

GEO. P. MELROSE, 
Deputy Minister of Lands. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., December 17th, 194.7. 

2345-de24 


NOTICE OF RESERVE. 

N OTICE is hereby given that Fractional 
Legal Subdivision 9, Section 23, and Frac¬ 
tional Legal Subdivision 1, Section 26, Town¬ 
ship 23, Range 8, west of the 6th meridian, 
situated near Cinnemousun Narrows, Shuswap 
Lake, containing 35.7 acres, is reserved and set 
apart for the use, recreation, and enjoyment 
of the public. 

GEO. P. MELROSE, 
Deputy Minister of Lands. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., December 17th, 1947. 

2344-de24 


TIMBER SALE X42959. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Friday, the 2nd day of January, 1948, in the 
office of the District Forester at Prince George, 
B.C., the Licence X42959, to cut 1,245,000 
F.B.M. of spruce, fir, and lodgepole pine on the 
South-west Quarter of Lot 2494, north-east of 
Ramblers Lake, Cariboo Land District. 

Two years' will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Prince George, B.C. 2311-del8 































3878 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


[December 24th, 1947. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


TIMBER SALE X43699. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Tuesday, the 24th day of February, 1948, in 
the office of the District Forester, Kamloops, 
B.C., the Licence X43699, to cut 5,808,000 
F.B.M. of standing and felled fir, cedar, spruce, 
hemlock, and white pine and 27,530 lineal feet 
of cedar poles and piling on an area situated 
4 miles north of Avoid, Kamloops Division of 
Yale Land District. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Kamloops, B.C. 2327-de24 


TIMBER SALE X42734. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, in the office of the District For¬ 
ester at Kamloops, B.C., at 11 o’clock in the 
forenoon on the 8th day of January, 1948, 
the Licence X42734, to cut 696,000 F.B.M. of 
Douglas fir, spruce, and other species of saw- 
logs on an area situated near Red Lake. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Kamloops, B.C. 2327-de24 

TIMBER SALE X19611. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon on 
the 3rd day of January, 1948, in the office of 
the District Forester, Prince George, B.C., the 
Licence X19611, to cut 405 M of spruce, lodge- 
pole pine, and Douglas fir on an unsurveyed 
area located at the east end of Deer Lake, 
Range 4, Coast District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C.; the District For¬ 
ester, Prince George, B.C.; or Ranger A. J. 
Kirk, Vanderhoof, B.C. 2327-de24 


TIMBER SALE X40525. 

T HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon on 
Friday, the 9th day of January, 1948, in the 
office of the District Forester, Prince George, 
B.C., the Licence X40525, to cut 1,825,000 
F.B.M. of spruce, fir, and lodgepole pine on an 
area comprising part of North-west Quarter 
of Lot 851 and Lot 4252 (Timber Licence 
506P), south-east of Reid Lake, Cariboo Land 
District. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Prince George, B.C. 2314-de24 


TIMBER SALE X42491. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public auc¬ 
tion, in the office of the District Forester 
at Kamloops, B.C., at 3 o’clock in the afternoon 
on the 9th day of January, 1948, Licence 
X42491, to cut 315,000 F.B.M. of hemlock, 
cedar, white pine, Douglas fir, and other 
species of sawlogs, also 15,300 lineal feet of 
cedar poles and piling on an area situated near 
Sidmouth, B.C. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the Disti'ict For¬ 
ester, Kamloops, B.C. 2327-de24 


TIMBER SALE X37861. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public auc¬ 
tion, in the office of the District Forester 
at Kamloops, B.C., at 11 o’clock in the forenoon 
on the 2nd day of January, 1948, Licence 
X37861, to cut 11,975 Douglas fir and lodgepole 
pine hewn ties on an area situated one-half 
mile south-west of outlet of Bai'riere River. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.G., or the District For¬ 
ester, Kamloops, B.C. 2327-de24 


TIMBER SALE X38608. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, in the office of the District For¬ 
ester at Kamloops, B.C., at 11 o’clock in the 
forenoon on the 3rd day of January. 1948, the 
Licence X38608, to cut 706,000 ' F.B.M. of 
spruce, hemlock, cedar, Douglas fir, and other 
species of sawlogs, and 24,750 lineal feet of 
cedar poles and piling on an area situated in 
the vicinity of Finn Creek. 

Three years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C., or the District For¬ 
ester, Kamloops, B.C. 2327-de24 


COWICHAN 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, 
Nanaimo:— 

Lot 298.—Dominion Public Works Department, 
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. 

N. C. STEWART, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., November 20th, 1947. 

2053-no20 



























December 24th, 1947.] 


THE B.C. GAZETTE. 


3879 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


TIMBER SALE X4368G. 

SEALED TENDERS will be received by the 
Minister of Lands and Forests at Victoria, 
B.C., not later than 11 o’clock in the forenoon 
on the 8th day of January, 1948, for the pur¬ 
chase of Licence X43686, to cut 1,670,000 
F.B.M. of cedar, spruce, hemlock, and balsam 
on an area comprising parts of Surveyed Tim¬ 
ber Licences 2784P and 2785P, Pack Lake, 
Range 2, Coast 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, Marine Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

2311-del8 


TIMBER SALE X43398. 

OEALED TENDERS will be received by the 
^ Minister of Lands and Forests at Victoria, 
B.C., not later than 11 o’clock in the forenoon 
on the 26th day of January, 1948, for the pur¬ 
chase of Licence X43398, to cut 2,175,000 
F.B.M. of fir and cedar on an area comprising 
part of the Fractional North Half of Section 
18 and the Fractional South-west Quarter of 
Section 19, Township 6, Range 28, west of the 
6th meridian, on the east shore of Harrison 
Lake. 

One year will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C. or the District For¬ 
ester, Marine Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

2327-de24 

TIMBER SALE X42930. 

HERE will be offered for sale at public 
auction, at 11.15 o’clock in the forenoon 
on the 9th day of January, 1948, in the office 
of the District Forester, Prince George, B.C., 
the Licence X42930, to cut 810 M of spruce 
on a portion of Lot 8070, Cariboo, in the 
vicinity of Snowshoe Creek. 

Two years will be allowed for removal of 
timber. 

Provided anyone who is unable to attend the 
auction in person may submit a sealed tender, 
to be opened at the hour of auction and treated 
as one bid. 

Further particulars of the Deputy Minister 
of Forests, Victoria, B.C.; the District For¬ 
ester, Prince George, B.C.; or Ranger L. A. 
Willington, Penny, B.C. 2327-de24 

TEXADA ISLAND DISTRICT. 

OTICE is hereby given that the under¬ 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the 
Department of Lands and Forests, Victoria, 
and at the office of the Government Agent, 
Vancouver:— 

Lot 547.—Arthur John Vernon, Application to 
Lease, dated July 3rd, 1944. 

„ 548.—Arthur John Vernon, Application to 
Purchase, dated July 3rd, 1944. 

Persons considering their rights adversely 
affected by the above surveys must furnish a 
statement of their contention to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests within thirty days from 
the date of this notice. 

N. C. STEWART, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., November 20th, 1947. 

2053-no20 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 
AND FORESTS. 


TIMBER SALE X43444. 

S EALED TENDERS will be received by the 
Minister of Lands and Forests at Victoria, 
B.C., not later than 11 o’clock in the forenoon 
on the 26th day of January, 1948, for the pur¬ 
chase of Licence X43444, to cut 2,628,000 
F.B.M. of spruce, cedar, and hemlock on an 
area situated on the west side of Louise Is¬ 
land, Cumshewa Inlet, Queen Charlotte Is¬ 
lands 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, Prince Rupert, B.C. 2327-de24 


NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF 
RESERVE. 

OTICE is hereby given that the reserve 
established under authority of Order in 
Council No. 87, approved January 27th, 1944, 
notice of which was published in The British 
Columbia Gazette of February 17th, 1944, is 
cancelled in so far as it relates to part of the 
South-east Quarter of Lot 4012, Cariboo Land 
District, as applied for February 17th, 1947, 
under Timber Sale X43608. 

GEO. P. MELROSE, 
Deputy Minister of Lands. 

Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoria, B.C., December 19th, 1947. 

2328-de24 


RANGE 2, COAST 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, 
Vancouver:— 

Lot 1507.—J. R. Stanton, Application to Lease. 

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. 

N. C. STEWART, 

Surveyor-General. 
Department of Lands and Forests, 

Victoma, B.C., Novernber 20th, 1947. 

2053-no20 


LAND NOTICES. 


QUESNEL LAND RECORDING DISTRICT. 

AKE NOTICE that Alton W. Leonard, of 
Seattle, Wash., fruit-grower, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the follow¬ 
ing described lands, situate on the east shore 
of the North Arm of Quesnel Lake and on 
Bowling Point, which is about 2 miles south 
and across the lake from the Limestone Bluffs: 
Commencing at a post planted about one-half 
mile north of the south-west corner of Lot 
1772; thence 10 chains east; thence 23 chains 
north to the lakeshore; thence along the shore 
of the lake to starting-point, and containing 
25 acres, more or less. 

Dated November 19th, 1947. 

ALTON W. LEONARD, 
2546-de24 Tom Croley, Agent. 

VICTORIA, B.C.: Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to 
the King’s Most Excellent Majesty. 














































































































































































































































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REC \ x f c. D 

FEB 1 3 1948 

VICTORIA, J3, C. 


INDEX 


-TO— 


©he British Colombia (Sagctt? 


FOR THE YEAR 1947 


VOLUME LXXXVII. 


ADVERTISEMENTS: 

A. McDonald & Sons, 
partnership . 


Page. 


certificate of limited 
.2428 


A. M. McLintock Insurance, Ltd., change of 

name . 56 

A. R. Heater & Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 3441 

Change of name . 3806 

A. R. Williams Machinery Co. of Vancouver, 

Ltd., The— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 483 

Change of name . 861 

A. W. Keith, Ltd.— 

Meeting of shareholders . 349 

Voluntary winding-up . 56 

Aaron’s (Vancouver), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 3500 

Change of name . 3867 

Adamson, Robert, notice to creditors of estate.... 282 
Advance Engineering Co., Ltd., voluntary wind¬ 
ing-up and appointment of liquidator . 787 

Agassiz, Constance Teresa, notice to creditors 

of estate . 218 

Ainslie and Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 862 

Change of name . 1227 

American Oil Burner Distributors, Ltd., erratum 2217 
Anthes-Tait Foundry, Ltd., voluntary winding- 

up and meeting of creditors . 3806 

Arbutus Sash and Door Co., Ltd., change of 

name . 102 

Aristocratic Restaurants (Alma), Ltd., applica¬ 
tion for approval of change of name. 3564 

Armstrong Cork & Insulation Co., Ltd., change 
of name . 3321 


Art Cummings Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 3105 

Change of name .- 3441 

Arthur L. Lourie, Ltd.— 

Amended memorandum of association. 484 

Application for approval of change of name.... 415 

Change of name . 786 

Ashcroft Hotel Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 863 

Change of name . 1227 

Associated Naturopathic and Physiotherapy In¬ 
stitutes, Ltd., application for approval of 

change of name . 3742 

Atlas Service, Ltd., meeting of shareholders. 1737 

Automatic Alarm Co., Ltd., meeting of share¬ 
holders . 2352 

B. & K. Logging Co., Ltd., voluntary winding- 

up and appointment of liquidator . 56 

B.C. Coach Lines, Ltd., voluntary winding-up 

and appointment of liquidator . 787 

B.C. Land Surveyors—- 

Annual list . 491 

Additional list . 

.786, 1229, 1371, 1807, 2224, 2352, 2554, 3259 

B.C. Lands Operating Co., Ltd., meeting of 

creditors .—. 1371 

B.C. Peat Co., Ltd., application for approval of 

change of name . 3742 

B.C. Road Engineering Co., Ltd.— 

- Application for approval of change of name ... 1165 
Change of name . 1528 


ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


B.C. Rockgas, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 3382 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 3382 

B.C. Towboats, Ltd., voluntary winding-up and 

appointment of liquidator . 1529 

B. L. Johnson, Walton Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2353 

Change of name . 2699 

Bailey Cedar Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 2839 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 2839 

Baker, Marion Henrietta Crow, notice to credi¬ 
tors of estate . 788 

Banner Homes, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 719 

Change of name . 1074 

Barak Sawmills, Ltd., erratum . 637 

Barker Meat Pie Co., The, dissolution of part¬ 
nership . 3160 

Beamish, Pilling & Cole, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 3034 

Change of name . 3383 

Beattie, George DeWitt, notice to creditors of 

estate . 1610 

Beckwall and Mounk, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2284 

Change of name . 2643 

Beddington Investment Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1165 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1165 


Bell & Gullstrom Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 

Change of name . 

Big Horn Lodge, Ltd., application for restora¬ 
tion to Register of Companies . 

Black Jack Cariboo Mines Inc., application for 
right to use old Black Jack ditch from Conk¬ 
lins Gulch to P.M.L. No. 4569, Cariboo Mining 

Division .;. 

Blackstock Logging Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 

Blackstock, William Duncan, notice to creditors 

of estate . 

Blue Ridge Mountain Land Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 

Change of name .. 

Bonnington Falls Orchard, Ltd., general meeting 
Boothroyd, James Forrest, notice to creditors 
of estate . 

Border Line Transportation Co., The, appoint¬ 
ment of attorney . 

Brander Transportation, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 

Change of name . 

Brett’s (Lytton), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 
Change of name . 

Brewer Building Co., Ltd., voluntary winding-up 
and appointment of liquidator 
British American Oil Co., Ltd., The, appoint¬ 
ment of attorney .. 


347 

711 

861 


2554 

3105 

3105 

1980 

417 

786 

3807 

561 

3321 

1738 

2146 

415 

786 

2907 

483 






























































11 


INDEX, 1947. 


ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


British American Timber Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 3871 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 3871 

British Columbia Electric Power & Gas Co., 

Ltd., change of name . 102 

British Columbia Fish Salteries, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors .. 218 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 218 

British Columbia University— 

Board of Governors— 

Cunningham, G. T. 2295 

Neelands, R. H... 2295 

British Guiana Exploration, Ltd., voluntary 

winding-up, appointment of liquidator, and 

meeting of creditors . 1083 

Brooks Ranches, Ltd., voluntary winding-up and 

appointment of liquidator . 56 

Buchanan Agencies, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 219 

Change of name . 554 

Bunge Corporation, Ltd., appointment of attorney 417 

Burnaby Cement Block Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 941 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1004 

Burrard Nail & Bolt Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name 940 

Change of name . 1295 

Burrard Rivet & Forgings, Ltd., change of name 54 

Butler & Sons, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2970 

Change of name . 3321 

Buxton, William, notice to creditors of estate. 630 

Bruce, Julia Maria, notice to creditors of estate 2970 
C. C. Howell, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 1369 

Change of name . 1808 

Cain, Wilfred, notice to creditors of estate. 1974 

Cairncurran. Ltd., application for restoration to 

Register of Companies . 3806 

Cambria Gold Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility), voluntary winding-up, appointment of 

liquidator, and meeting of creditors. 104 

Cameron Investments, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 2640 

Change of name . 3040 

Cameron Lake Logging Co., Ltd., general meet¬ 
ing . 2494 

Campbell Finance Corporation, Ltd., appoint¬ 
ment of attorney . 1005 

Campbell, Lome Argyle, notice to creditors of 

estate . 2043 

Campbell Motors, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 1909 

Change of name . 2284 

Campbell Motors (1947), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 2145 

Change of name . 2493 

Campbell Reid Footwear, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 3382 

Change of name . 3742 

Campbell River Booming Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 3325 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 3325 

Campbell River Land and Development Co., 
Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 3325 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 3325 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 3383 

Canadian Food Products, Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 938 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., appoint¬ 
ment of attorney . 3383 

Canadian Ice Machine Co., Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 1808 

Canadian Industries, Ltd., appointment of at¬ 
torney . 711 

Canadian Lumber & Door Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2149 

Change of name . 2493 

Canadian Mixermobile Co., Ltd., application for 

approval of change of name . 3742 

Canadian Pacific Express Co., sale of unclaimed 

express shipments . 1300 

Canadian Pacific Oil Co. of British Columbia, 

Ltd., general meeting . 1883 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., sale of unclaimed 

baggage . 3160 

Canadian Pacific Transport Co., Ltd., appoint¬ 
ment of attorney . 938 

Canadian Salt Herring Exporters, Ltd.— 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 102 

General meeting . 2077 


Canadian Window Bakeries, Ltd.— 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 


liquidator . 2044 

General meeting . 2493 

Canadian Wood Pipe & Tanks, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 1974 

Change of name . 2352 

Canadian Wood Pipe & Tanks (1947), Ltd., 

change of name . 3034 

Canamoku Co., Ltd., general meeting. 2494 

Cape Scott Fish Co., Ltd., general meeting. 2642 

Capitol Hill Taxi Co., Ltd., voluntary winding- 

up and appointment of liquidator. 3871 

Caravan Lines, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 2289 

Change of name . 2640 

Cariboo Midas Mines, Ltd., struck from Register 

of Companies . 2044 

Carmi Gold Mines (N.P.L.) — 

Appointment of liquidator . 3041 

Meeting of creditors . 3041 

Carroll’s, Ltd.— 

General meeting . 3564 

Voluntary winding-up and meeting of credi¬ 
tors . 3630 

Cecil Hotel (1944), Ltd., voluntary winding-up, 
appointment of attorney, and meeting of 

creditors . 347 

Cedar Logging Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 3259 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 3259 

Central Park Funeral Home, Ltd., application 

for restoration to Register of Companies. 3629 

Chevrolet Sales Co., Ltd., change of name . 55 

Chilco Lake Lodge Co.— 

Dissolution of partnership . 787 

Certificate of limited partnership . 787 

China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., The, 

appointment of attorney . 3504 

Christie, Brown and Co., Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 862 

Clarke & Stuart Co., Ltd., The— 

Meeting of creditors . 1974 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1974 

Coast Music Service, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 2700 

Change of name . 3100 

Cochran, Ernest James, notice to creditors of 

estate . 1976 

Cocroft, Mary Jane, notice to creditors of estate 1014 
Collart & McCaffery, Ltd., application for ap¬ 
proval of change of name . 3629 

College of Dental Surgeons of British Colum¬ 
bia— 

List of members . 717 

Result of election of members to Council . 1233 

Columbia Development, Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 721 

Columbia Woods, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 1228 

Change of name ....!. 1606 

Compagnie Francaise Des Mines D’or du Can¬ 
ada, appointment of attorney . 3100 

Conbury, Ltd., appointment of attorney . 1074 

Contract Trading Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 1529 

Change of name . 1974 

Co-operative Associations— 

To be struck from Register of Companies. 2223 

Struck from Register of Companies . 2842 

Cope & Co. (1945), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 3260 

Change of name . 3564 

Cowan-Dodson Bakeries, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 931 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 931 

General meeting . 931 

Cowichan Merchants, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 553 

Change of name . 938 

Cowichan Motor Transportation, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2700 

Change of name . 3100 

Cowichan Saltery Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 282 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 282 

General meeting ...2700, 3505 

Cranbrook District Co-operative Society, volun¬ 
tary winding-up and appointment of liquida¬ 
tors . 8382 





































































































INDEX, 1947. 


m 


ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 

Cranes’ Shipyards, Ltd., The— 

Meeting of creditors . 423 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 423 

“ Credit Unions Act ”— 

Aeronautical Machinists’ and Automotive 


Credit Union, suspended . 626 

Kelowna and District Credit Union, suspended 3326 
Salmon Arm Savings and Credit Union, sus¬ 
pended . 3263 

Creston Gold Mines, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 282 

Change of name . 630 

Crick, Jane Anna, notice to creditors of estate.. 2494 
Cristall Norge, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2289 

Change of name . 2640 

Crombie & Dalgleish, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 1447 

Change of name . 1 S 79 

Cudahy Packing Co., The, appointment of at¬ 
torney . 217 

D. & J. Logging Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 1166 

Change of name . 1529 

D.M.C. Construction, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name 2842 

Change of name . 3160 

Dane, Ernest B., notice to creditors of estate. 786 

Davis, Guy M. W., notice to creditors of estate . 1444 
Davis, Howard Cook, notice to creditors of 

estate . 2427 

Daykin & Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 711 

Change of name . 1074 

Dayton Shoe Manufacturing & Renew of B.C., 

Ltd., change of name . 104 

Deep Bay Logging Co., Ltd., voluntary winding- 

up and appointment of liquidator . 55 

Delnor Frosted Foods, Ltd., application for ap¬ 
proval of change of name . 3678 

Delta Marine Engineers, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1295 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of at¬ 
torney . 1295 

Devon Cafe, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 483 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 483 

Dilley Real Estate, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 1444 

Change of name . 1879 

Dodwell & Co., Ltd., appointment of attorney ... 3383 
Dolly Varden Properties, Ltd.— 

Appointment of liquidator . 1371 

Meeting of creditors . 1372 

Domestic Oil Burner Distributors, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 1736 

Change of name . 2146 

Dominion Securities Corporation, Ltd., appoint¬ 
ment of attorney . 1610 

Douglas-Pectin, Ltd., appointment of attorney.... 482 
Dowell’s-Pacific Transfer and Storage Co., Ltd.— 
Application for approval of change of name ... 938 

Change of name .. 1295 

“ Drainage, Dyking, and Development Act,” 
transferring powers and duties of commission¬ 
ers of Annacis Island Dyking District. 3443 

Drayton, Turton & Tomlinson, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 2553 

Change of name . 2970 

Drown, Edmund, and Bernard Clarkson, dissolu¬ 
tion of partnership . 1447 

Dubberley, Zela Smith, notice to creditors of 

estate . 483 

Dubois Motors, Ltd., general meeting ..:. 2428 

Dundas, William Patrick, notice to creditors of 

estate. 3105 

Dunedin, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1165 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1165 

E. M. Craig Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 483 

Change of name . 861 

Earle & Brown Timber Co., Ltd., general meeting 3165 
Eastbourne Estates, Ltd., application for restor¬ 
ation to Register of Companies . 287 

Easterbrook Milling Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1446 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1446 

Eastern British Columbia Railway Co., annual 

general meeting . 2554 

Eddie Mould Motors, Ltd., application for ap¬ 
proval of change of name . 3809 


ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


Eldorado Arms, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 2043 

Change of name . 2427 

Electronics Engineering Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 1300 

Change of name . 1736 

Empire-Universal-Films, Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 938 

“ Engineering Profession Act ”— 

Professional Engineers— 

Annual list . 627 

Supplementary list .1910, 3161 

Enterprise Logging & Land Clearing Co., Ltd.— 
Application for approval of change of name.... 3441 

Change of name . 3806 

Erie Timber Co., Ltd., struck from Register of 

Companies . 3441 

Expert Dyers, Ltd., voluntary winding-up, ap¬ 
pointment of liquidator, and meeting of credi¬ 
tors . 3100 

Fandora Gold Mining Co., Ltd. (N.P.L.) — 

Appointment of liquidator . 3806 

Meeting of creditors . 3806 

Ferris and Doherty, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 280 

Change of name . 630 

“ Fire Marshal Act ”— 

Campbell River Fire District, establishing. 423 

Colwood Fire District, establishing . 2218 

Kelowna Fire District, establishing . 2643 

Vernon Fire District, establishing . 3630 

First National Organization, Ltd., The— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 3499 

Change of name . 3867 

Firtex Western (B.C.), Ltd., application for 

restoration to Register of Companies. 157 

Fletcher Lock & Key Works, Ltd., general meet¬ 
ing . 1005 


Fordyce Auto Finance, Ltd., amended memoran¬ 
dum of association ..... 1606 

Fordyce Motors (1937), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 1228 

Change of name . 1606 

Fortin Enterprises, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 786 

Change of name . H65 

Foto-Nite Distributors, Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 940 

Fountain Lunch and Toast Shops, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 3500 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 3500 

Franklins, Ltd.— 

Voluntary winding-up . 104 

Final general meeting . 2643 

Fraser Arm Furniture Manufacturing Co., dis¬ 
solution of partnership ._.. 1737 

Fraser River Transit & Towing Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 453 

Voluntary winding-up . 458 

Fred Sick Holdings, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1737 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1737 

Frontier Lumber Co., Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 554 

Fuji Chop Suey, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 445 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 44 g 

General meeting . 2493 

G. W. Sadler Co., Ltd., appointment of attorney 1606 

Gaina, Wasyl, notice to creditors of estate. 2842 

Gainers, Ltd., appointment of attorney.. 1233 

Gerard, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 2906 


Change of name 


3263 


1807 


Gibson Bros., Ltd., application for restoration to 

Register of Companies . 1610 

Glass Holdings, Ltd., application for restoration 

to Register of Companies . 218 

Glenariff Estates, Ltd., general meeting. 2043 

Glidden Co., Ltd., The, appointment of attorney 2642 
Godfrey, Frances Henrietta, notice to creditors 

of estate . 

Golden Rule Bakery, Ltd.— 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment 

liquidator . 

General meeting . 

Goldflake Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Liability) — 

Meeting of creditors . 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 
liquidator . 

Goodwin Lemieux, Ltd., change of name. 

Gostick Construction Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 
Change of name . 


of 


2044 

2492 

3259 

3259 

56 


3500 

3867 


































































































iv 


INDEX, 1947. 


Graalfs, Anny Theresa (Amy), notice to credi¬ 
tors of estate . 862 

Grand Union Hotel, Ltd., voluntary winding-up 

and appointment of liquidator. 862 

Granite Bay Logging Co., Ltd.—- 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 218 

Change of name . 552 

Meeting of creditors . 3500 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 3500 

Granite Bay Timber, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 3500 

Change of name . 3867 

Grant, America W., notice to creditors of estate 3325 
Grant’s, Ltd., application for restoration to 

Register of Companies . 553 

Granville-Georgia, Ltd., amended memorandum 

of association . 2905 

Great Western Garment Co., Ltd., The, appoint¬ 
ment of attorney . 3260 

Green Cove Salteries, Ltd.—- 

Meeting of creditors . 158 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 158 

Green Point Logging Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 158 

Voluntary winding-up . 158 

Guichon Ranch, Ltd., The— 

Meeting of creditors . 1166 

Voluntary winding-up . 1166 

H. & R. Timber Co., Ltd., meeting of creditors 

and voluntary winding-up . 3321 

H. C. Little (Canada), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 940 

Change of name . 1300 

Hall, Thomas, notice to creditors of estate. 2043 

Haney Mills, Ltd.— 

Voluntary winding-up, appointment of liqui¬ 
dator, and meeting of creditors. 940 

General meeting . 2554 

Hanson 16 MM. Movies, Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 940 

Harbour Electric Co., retirement of partner. 3629 

Harrell & Ryder Drugs, Ltd., voluntary winding- 

up and appointment of liquidator. 1980 

Harry E. Foster Agencies, Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 1228 

Harry Smith the Magazine Man, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2427 

Change of name . 2839 

Harvey Bailey, Ltd., general meeting. 157 

Hayward, Nelson George, notice to creditors of 

estate . 2289 

Heintzman & Co., Ltd., appointment of attorney 930 

Hemenway’s, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 2352 

Change of name . 2699 

Henson, Gilbert Aubery, notice to creditors of 

estate . 1975 

Hepper, Emma, notice to creditors of estate. 1013 

Hercules Lumber Co., alteration in membership 3105 

Hewitt, Albert, notice to creditors of estate. 2217 

Hi Do Gold Mines, Ltd. (N.P.L.) — 

Meeting of creditors . 416 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 416 

Higgs’ Gabriola Ferry, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 786 

Change of name . 1165 

Hill, Annie McDonald, notice to creditors of 

estate . 711 

Hixon Timber Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 2163 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator .‘.2163, 2431 

Hollenbeck Dollar Logging Co., Ltd., final gen¬ 
eral meeting . 3161 

Holt, Frank Hartley, notice to creditors of estate 2289 
Home Improvement, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 561 

Change of name . 930 

Home Service Meat Market No. 2, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 2843 

Change of name . 3165 

Hopkins Brothers Towing Co., Ltd., final gen¬ 
eral meeting . 793 

Howard, Annie Jane, notice to creditors of estate 2352 

Howe and McCarthy, Ltd., change of name. 55 

Howell, Irwin, & Allin, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 159 

Change of name . 482 

Howson, Robert, notice to creditors of estate. 2642 

Hudson-Major Lumber & Supplies, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 2145 

Change of name . 2493 

Huron & Erie Mortgage Corporation, The, ap¬ 
pointment of attorney . 1228 

Hutton-Potts, Reginald, notice to creditors of 
estate . 280 


Page. 

ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 


Hycroft, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1736 

Voluntary winding-up . 1736 

General meeting . 2043 

Hydro City Shoe Manufacturers, Ltd., appoint¬ 
ment of attorney . 483 

Hygiene Products, Ltd., appointment of attor¬ 
ney . 1074 

Industrial Sales, Ltd., change of name . 159 

Insulation Industries (B.C.), Ltd., application 

for restoration to Register of Companies. 159 

“ Insurance Act ”— 

Aetna Casualty and Surety Co., amended 

licence . 561 

Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd., amended licence 3807 
American Alliance Insurance Co., appoint¬ 
ment of attorney .-. 786 

American Central Insurance Co., appointment 

of attorney . 1003 

American Equitable Assurance Co. of New 

York, appointment of attorney . 1738 

Boston Insurance Co., appointment of attor¬ 
ney . 1605 

British & European Insurance Co., Ltd., ap¬ 
pointment of attorney . 1003 

British General Insurance Co., Ltd., appoint¬ 
ment of attorney . 1003 

British Law Insurance Co., Ltd., appointment 

of attorney . 554 

British Pacific Insurance Co., amended licence 102 

Buffalo Insurance Co., appointment of attor¬ 
ney . 1738 

California Insurance Co., appointment of at¬ 
torney . 1003 

Canada Accident and Fire Assurance Co., 

appointment of attorney . 1003 

Car and General Insurance Corporation, Ltd., 

amended licence . 1528 

Central Union Insurance Co., appointment of 
attorney and change of location of head 

office in Province . 3742 

Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd., ap¬ 
pointment of attorney .:.... 1003 

Commercial Union Fire Insurance Co. of New 

York, appointment of attorney . 1003 

Cornhill Insurance Co., Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 1743 

Dominion Fire Insurance Co., The, amended 

licence . 554 

Excess Insurance Co., Ltd., amended licence.... 280 

Federal Insurance Co., licensed to transact 

business in B.C. 794 

General Exchange Insurance Corporation, ap¬ 
pointment of attorney . 348 

Glens Falls Insurance Co., appointment of 

attorney . 2077 

Great American Indemnity Co., appointment 

of attorney . 786 

Great American Insurance Co., appointment 

of attorney . 786 

Guildhall Insurance Co., Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 553 

Hardware Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 
appointment of attorney and change of loca¬ 
tion of head office in Province .2146, 3259 

Home Assurance Co. of Canada, appointment 

of attorney . 1300 

Home Fire and Marine Insurance Co., appoint¬ 
ment of attorney and change of location of 

head office in Province . 1737 

Indemnity Marine Assurance Co., Ltd., ap¬ 
pointment of attorney . 1909 

Insurance agents, insurance salesmen, insur¬ 
ance adjusters and employees, list of . 3649 

Insurers licensed under, list of . 57 

Jersey Insurance Co. of New York, appoint¬ 
ment of attorney . 1738 

Law Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd., 

amended licence . 2428 

Life-insurance agents, list of . 3631 

London Assurance, appointment of attorney.... 554 

London Guarantee and Accident Co., Ltd., 

appointment of attorney . 1444 

Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co., appoint¬ 
ment of attorney, and change of location of 

head office in Province . 348 

Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Co., amended 

licence .2145, 2906 

Lumbermens Mutual Insurance Co., amended 

licence . 3807 

Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Co., licensed 

to transact business in B.C. 3505 

Maryland Casualty Co., amended licence . 3382 

Merchants and Manufacturers Insurance Co. 

of New York, appointment of attorney . 1738 

Mercury Insurance Co., appointment of attor¬ 
ney . 2643 







































































































INDEX, 1947. 


v 


ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


A D V E RTIS E M ENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


“ Insurance Act ”— Continued. 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., appointment 


of attorney . 3629 

Missisquoi & Rouville Mutual Fire Insurance 

Co., licensed to transact business in B.C. 1229 

Monument Insurance Co., Ltd., appointment 

of attorney . 1738 

Mutual Implement and Hardware Insurance 
Co., appointment of attorney and change of 

location of head office in Province .2146, 3260 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York, ap¬ 
pointment of attorney and change of loca¬ 
tion of head office in Province. 1738 

National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, 

appointment of attorney . 1610 

New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co., amended 

licence . 2043 

Non-Marine Underwriters, members of Lloyd’s, 
London, England, licensed to transact busi¬ 
ness in B.C. 3441 

North British and Mercantile Insurance Co., 

Ltd., amended licence . 482 

North River Insurance Co., The, licensed to 

transact business in B.C. 1300 

North West Fire Insurance Co., appointment 

of attorney . 1003 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd., 


Occidental Fire Insurance Co., amended licence 103 
Occidental Life Insurance Co. of California, 

appointment of attorney . 2906 

Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation, 

Ltd., appointment of attorney . 1003 

Ohio Farmers Insurance Co., appointment of 

attorney . 1738 

Order of United Commercial Travelers of 
America, The, licensed to transact business 

in B.C. 3806 

Palatine Insurance Co., Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 1004 

Pearl Assurance Co., Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 2494 

Pennsylvania Lumbermen’s Mutual Fire Insur¬ 
ance Co., amended licence ... 3678 

Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Co., The, licensed 

to transact business in B.C. 2642 

Pioneer Equitable Insurance Co. of Indiana— 

Amended licence . 55 

Appointment of attorney and change of 

location of head office in Province . 553 

Protective Association of Canada, appointment 
of attorney, and change of location of head 

office in Province . 638 

Providence Fire Insurance Co., The, licensed 

to transact business in B.C. 349 

Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd., appointment 

of attorney . 1738 

Scottish Union & National Insurance Co., 
appointment of attorney and change of 

location of head office in Province . 3742 

Sentinel Fire Insurance Co., appointment of 
attorney and change of location of head 

office in Province . 491 

Sons of Norway, licensed to transact business 

in B.C. 1300 

St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co., ap¬ 
pointment of attorney . 2642 

St. Paul-Mercury Indemnity Co., appointment 

of attorney . 2642 

Supreme Council of the Royal Arcanum, 

licensed to transact business in B.C. 637 

Switzerland General Insurance Co., Ltd., ap¬ 
pointment of attorney and change of loca¬ 
tion of head office in Province . 3325 

Transcontinental Insurance Co., appointment 
of attorney and change of location of head 

office in Province . 1606 

Union Assurance Society, Ltd., appointment 

of attorney . 1004 

United National Indemnity Co.— 

Appointment of attorney and change of 

location of head office in Province . 1610 

Licensed to transact business in B.C. 217 

United States Guarantee Co — 

Licensed to transact business in B.C. 793 

Amended licence . 2839 

Urbaine Fire Insurance Co., ceased to transact 

business in B.C. 1004 

Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co., appoint¬ 
ment of attorney . 3810 

Westminster Fire Office— 

Amended licence . 3807 

Appointment of attorney . 2842 

Intermountain Guarantee Capital, Ltd., general 

meeting . 1738 

International Business Machines Co., Ltd., ap¬ 
pointment of attorney . 1295 


International Fertilizers, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 102 

Change of name . 218 

Invermay Hotel Co., Ltd., voluntary winding-up.. 54 

loco and District Co-operative Association— 

Meeting of creditors . 862 

Voluntary winding-up . 862 

General meeting . 2428 

J. Kasho and Company, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 2077 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 2077 

J. Vaio and Sons, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 2641 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 2641 

J. C. Wilson, Ltd., appointment of attorney. 2284 

J. D. Gillespie Furriers, Ltd., application for 

restoration to Register of Companies . 3499 

J. M. Brown Truck Co., Ltd., application for 

approval of change of name . 3806 

J. R. Morgan, Ltd., change of name . 55 

Janion & Clark Insurance Agencies, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 2145 

Voluntary winding-up . 2044 

Japan and Canada Trust Savings Co.— 

Meeting of creditors . 3441 

Voluntary winding-up . 3441 

Jarlo, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 102 

Change of name . 217 

Jax, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 2556 

Change of name . 2970 

John Young, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 862 

Change of name . 1228 

Johnston, John Thomas, notice to creditors of 

estate . 484 

Jones Bros. Transfer, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2494 

Change of name . 2906 

Joseph Chew Shingle Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 55 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 55 

Kagetsu and Co., Ltd., voluntary winding-up and 

appointment of liquidator . 104 

Kalamalka Gold Mines, Ltd. (N.P.L.) — 

Meeting of creditors . 415 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 41.5 

Keddell, Herbert, notice to creditors of estate.... 2642 

Kells, George Henry, notice to creditors of estate 1229 

Kelowna Bakery, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 3569 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 3539 

General meeting . 3742 

Kelowna Steam Laundry, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 931 

Voluntary winding-up . 934 

General meeting . 1736 

Kerrisdale Drug Store, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 3259 

Change of name . 3564 

Kew, Wilson Levi, notice to creditors of estate.. 3441 
Kiddies’ Toggery, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2044 

Change of name . 2427 

Killas and Christopher, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 55 

Change of name . 443 

Kirby, Elizabeth Ann, notice to creditors of 

estate . 4879 

Knighton Securities, Ltd., amended memoran¬ 
dum of association . 1165 

Knox Hotel Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 3382 

Change of name . 3742 

Kronier, Albert, notice to creditors of estate. 1367 

L. McBrine Co., Ltd., The, appointment of at¬ 
torney . 4229 

L. F. Solly, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 787 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 737 

General meeting . 2289 

Lakeview (Stewart, B.C.) Mines, Ltd. (Non- 
Personal Liability), application for restora¬ 
tion to Register of Companies . 1004 

Lane, Arthur Edward Cecil, notice to creditors 

of estate . 2218 

Langford Speedways, Ltd.— 

Appointment of liquidator . 3321 

Meeting of creditors . 3590 



































































































VI 


INDEX, 1947. 


ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


Langley Greenhouses (1930), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 1529 

Change of name . 1974 

Langs’, Ltd., change of name . 102 

L’Apparel Shoppe, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 484 

Voluntary winding-up . 484 

Later, Aubrey Drew, notice to creditors of estate 2224 
Laughing Man Placers, Ltd., appointment of 

liquidator . 3871 

Law Society of British Columbia—- 

Election of Benchers, 1947 . 1980 

Young, Claude Ronald Johnston, struck off 
the Rolls as a barrister and solicitor of the 

Supreme Court . 1233 

Leland Hotel Co., Ltd., voluntary winding-up 

and appointment of liquidator . 1300 

Lemery, Ltd., application for approval of change 

of name . 3871 

Lemery-Denison, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 3321 

Change of name . 3678 

Lemieux, Frank Dosylva, notice to creditors of 

estate . 1736 

Lemon Gonnason Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 2117 

Change of name . 2554 

Lever Bros., appointment of attorney . 1083 

Lewis, Thomas, notice to creditors of estate. 1529 

Ley, Sir Henry Gordon, notice to creditors of 

estate . 3100 

Lillyburt Co., Inc., appointment of attorney. 2494 

Liquid Carbonic Canadian Corporation, Ltd., 

appointment of attorney . 157 

Lockhart, John, notice to creditors of estate. 3160 

Lome Campbell, Ltd.— 

Appointment of liquidator . 1737 

General meeting . 2907 

Lothian Investment Co., Ltd., The, appointment 

of attorney . 1228 

Love’s Auction Rooms, Ltd., application for ap¬ 
proval of change of name . 3806 

Low, Rose Elizabeth, notice to creditors . 2843 

Lumberman Printing Co., Ltd., voluntary wind¬ 
ing-up and appointment of liquidator . 103 

Mac & Mac, Ltd., change of name . 158 

McAllister, Frances Isabel, notice to creditors 

of estate . 2291 

McBride Timber Co., Ltd., application for resto¬ 
ration to Register of Companies . 1227 

McCabe Grain Co., Ltd., appointment of attorney 482 
McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 862 

McDonald & Hardy, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 3100 

Change of name . 3441 

McGeachie & Holdsworth, Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 1444 

MacGillis & Gibbs Co., The, appointment of 

attorney . 415 

McIntyre, Jennie Edith (Jennie Green), notice 

to creditors of estate . 415 

McKay Drug Co., Ltd., The, application for 

restoration to Register of Companies. 484 

MacKenzie, Catherine McShannon, notice to 

creditors of estate . 3259 

McKenzie, George, notice to creditors of estate 2351 
McKim Poultry Farm, Ltd., struck from Regis¬ 
ter of Companies . 1884 

McLachlan (Nanaimo), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 102 

Change of name . 217 

MacLean Weir, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 861 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 861 

McLennan, McFeeley & Prior (Abbotsford), 
Ltd.-— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 280 

Change of name . 626 

McLennan, McFeeley & Prior (Chilliwack), Ltd.— 
Application for approval of change of name.... 280 

Change of name . 630 

McLennan, McFeeley & Prior (Kelowna), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 282 

Change of name . 630 

McLennan, McFeeley & Prior (Ladner), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 280 

Change of name . 630 

McLennan, McFeeley & Prior (Mission), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 280 

Change of name . 630 

McLennan, McFeeley & Prior (Penticton), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 280 

Change of name . 630 

McLennan, McFeeley & Prior (Revelstoke), Ltd.— 
Application for approval of change of name.... 282 

Change of name . 630 


McLennan, McFeeley & Prior (Vernon), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 282 

Change of name . 630 

McLeod, Catherine, notice to creditors of estate 862 
Macleod’s, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 1367 

Change of name . 1807 

MacNaughton Canning Co., Ltd., struck from 

Register of Companies . 168 

McRae Farms, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 2217 

Voluntary winding-up . 2217 

General meeting . 3810 

M. Furuya Co., Ltd., voluntary winding-up and 

appointment of liquidator . 104 

M. & H. Logging, Ltd., application for approval 
of change of name . 3568 

M. B. King Lumber Co. (North Shore), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 1605 
Change of name . 2044 

Magid Research, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 103 

Change of name . 280 

Mail-Me-Monday Service, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.-. 217 

Change of name . 554 

Malahat Logging Co., Ltd., general meeting. 2043 

Manning Logging Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 219 

Change of name . 554 

Mansfield, Ltd., general meeting . 931 

Maple Ridge Co-operative Produce Exchange—- 

Meeting of creditors . 415 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 415 

General meeting . 2494 

Margo Dali’s, Ltd.—- 

Application for approval of change of name.... 219 

Change of name . 554 

Mathews, William Frederick, notice to creditors 

of estate . 2145 

Matthews, Jean Rebecca, notice to creditors of 

estate . 56 

Maypole Creameries, Ltd., application for resto¬ 
ration to Register of Companies . 1083 

Melrose Co., Ltd., The, general meeting. 1229 

Metal Supply & Equipment, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 1879 

Chapge of name . 2284 

Metalsmith Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Liabil¬ 
ity), struck from Register of Companies. 3871 

Mid-Western Transport, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1371 

Winding-up and appointment of liquidator. 938 

Notice to creditors . 3506 

Miller Oil Burner Co., Ltd., change of name. 104 

Milton, George Webster, notice to creditors of 

estate . 3161 

Mission Stages, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 2906 

Change of name . 3260 

Mitehell-Elkins, Nita. notice to creditors of estate 2839 
Mitchell-Molyneux, Gwyneth, notice to creditors 

of estate . 1606 

Mobile Mills, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 861 

Change of name . 1228 

Monogram Pictures of Canada, Ltd., appoint¬ 
ment of attorney . 940 

Moose Mountain Mines, Ltd., struck from Reg¬ 
ister of Companies . 158 

Moresby Island Fisheries (Jedway), Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 2284 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 2284 

Morgans Mens and Boys Wear, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 2146 

Change of name . 2493 

Mortgage Co. of Canada, appointment of attor¬ 
ney .-.. 1450 

Motor Inn (1940), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 484 

Change of name . 861 

Movietone Recording Co., certificate of limited 

partnership . 3383 

Mowich, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors .:. 2643 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 2643 

Mussallems Economy Store, Ltd.— 

Amended memorandum of association . 159 

Application for approval of change of name ... 484 

Change of name .„. 861 

N. S. McNeil Trading Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1371 

Voluntary winding-up . 1371 

Nanaimo Shipyards, Ltd., general meeting. 3600 




































































































INDEX, 1947. 


Vll 


ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


National Trust Co., Ltd., appointment of attor¬ 
ney . 786 

“ Navigable Waters Protection Act,” applica¬ 
tion for approval of site and plans for 

dolphins by United Distillers, Ltd. 1074 

Nelly’s Lunch, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 1371 

Change of name . 1807 

Nelson Lumber Co., Ltd., application for restora¬ 
tion to Register of Companies . 938 

New Aluminium Products, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 3160 

Change of name . 3500 

New Republic Chinese Daily Newspaper Pub¬ 
lishing Co., Ltd., The, application for restora¬ 
tion to Register of Companies . 2218 

Niemi Logging Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1301 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1301 

General meeting . 1980 

Nippon Auto Supply, Ltd., general meeting. 2706 

Norman Laboratories, Ltd., change of name. 102 

North Shore Shingle Co., Ltd., voluntary wind¬ 
ing-up . 282 

North Vancouver District, notice to holders of 

debentures . 1606 

Northland Trading Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 2353 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of at¬ 
torney . 2353 

O’Brien, Gourlay, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 1883 

Change of name . 2284 

Ocean Fisheries, Ltd., general meeting . 2700 

Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 3499 

Okanagan Credits, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 3499 

Change of name . 3867 

Okanagan Fruit Equipment Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 711 

Change of name . 1074 

Okanagan Investments Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 711 

Change of name . 1074 

Okanagan Packers, Ltd., voluntary winding-up 

and appointment of liquidator . 2840 

Okanagan Valley Co-operative Creamery Asso¬ 
ciation, The, change of name . 3382 

Oneida, Ltd., appointment of attorney . 1228 

Or-Mel Agencies, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 159 

Change of name . 482 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 1003 

Overdale Investments, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1166 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1166 

P. Burns Ranches, Ltd., appointment of attor¬ 
ney . 417 

P. F. Tarry & Son, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 630 

Change of name . 1003 

Pacific Alloy Corporation, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 3260 

Change of name . 3569 

Pacific Apartments, Ltd., application for resto¬ 
ration to Register of Companies . 1447 

Pacific Coast Log & Lumber Agency, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 348 

Change of name . 711 

Pacific Coast Lumber Agency, Ltd., applica¬ 
tion for approval of change of name. 2493 

Pacific Drilling and Exploration Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 861 

Change of name . 1228 

Pacific Lumber Sales, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2553 

Change of name . 2906 

Pacific Marine Supplies, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2145 

Change of name . 2493 

Pacific Roofing & Chimney Sweep Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 938 

Change of name . 1295 

Pacific Security Warehouses, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 1737 

Change of name . 2146 

Pacific Shingle Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1606 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator ._. 1606 

Paint & Display Quarters, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2044 
Change of name . 2839 


Palmac Manufacturing, Ltd.— 

Appointment of liquidator . 

General meeting.. 

Paramount Furniture (1946), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 

Change of name . 

Paris Beauty Supplies, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 

Change of name .-. 

Parkin Spruce Mills, Ltd., change of name . 

Parsons, John, notice to creditors of estate . 

Paul Lourie, Ltd.— 

Amended memorandum of association . 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 

Change of name . 

Pedlar People, Ltd., The— 

Application for restoration to Register of 

Companies . 

Appointment of attorney . 

Penders, Ltd., application for restoration to the 


2217 

3382 

3500 

3867 

637 

1003 

55 

1165 

482 

416 

786 


416 

863 


Register of Companies . 3100 

Penticton Poultry Association— 

Voluntary winding-up, appointment of liqui¬ 
dator, and meeting of creditors . 793 

Final meeting ..'. 1533 

Peoples Credit Jewellers, Ltd., appointment of 

attorney ....». 2839 

Percy Bent, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 863 

Change of name . 1233 

Philbrook, Butler & Co., Ltd., amended memo¬ 
randum of association . 1883 

Phillips Handicrafts, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 2641 

Change of name . 3034 

Pioneer Films, Ltd., appointment of attorney. 938 

Pitman’s, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 2145 

Voluntary winding-up . 2145 

General meeting . 2840 

Player, Mabel Alice, notice to creditors of estate 1005 
Plunkett, David Maurice, notice to creditors of 

estate . 492 

Port Alberni Building Supplies, Ltd., struck 

from Register of Companies . 157 

Port Edward Cellulose Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2640 

Change of name . 3034 

Port Edward Development Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 930 

Change of name . 1295 

Post War Housing, Ltd., application for resto¬ 
ration to Register of Companies . 1166 


Powell Fish Co., Ltd.— 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 103 

.General meeting . 2700 

Pratt, Joseph, notice to creditors of estate . 3742 

Premier Gold Mining Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1975 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1975 

Price-Hawthorne Logging Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2641 

Change of name . 3034 

Prince George Body Shop, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 159 

Change of name . 482 

Progressive Construction Co., Ltd., general 

meeting . 102 

Quadling Hotel, Ltd., application for restoration 

to Register of Companies . 1808 

Qualicum Farm, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1807 

Voluntary winding-up . 1807 

General meeting . 2427 

Queen Charlotte Timber Holding Co., Ltd., The, 

general meeting . 2284 

Quesnel Lake Logging & Lumber Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 2976 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 2976 

Radmar Estates, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 2143 

Voluntary winding-up . 2143 

Rae’s, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 1736 

Change of name . 2146 

Railway Express Agency, Incroporated, appoint¬ 
ment of attorney . 1229 

Rapid Manufacturing Co., Ltd., voluntary wind¬ 
ing-up and appointment of liquidator . 788 

Ray’s Superior Stores, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 1367 
Change of name . 1808 






































































































vm 


INDEX, 1947. 


ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


“ Real-estate Agents’ Licensing Act,” real-estate 
agents and real-estate salesmen licensed since 

July 1st, 1946, list of . 2045 

Realty Surety Corporation, Ltd., application for 

restoration to Register of Companies . 2553 

Reed, Chrissie Binnie, notice to creditors of 

estate . 2843 

Reid’s Holiday Togs, Ltd., change of name. 56 

Reliance Lumber Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 55 

Change of name . 416 

Rennie and Taylor, Ltd.-—■ 

Meeting of creditors . 931 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 931 

General meeting . 931 

Rex Estates, Ltd., voluntary winding-up, ap¬ 
pointment of liquidator, and meeting of credi¬ 
tors . 104 

Rhodes, Ernest, notice to creditors of estate. 1974 

Rice Building Co., Ltd.— 

Appointment of liquidator . 1005 

Voluntary winding-up . 1005 

Richelieu Cafes, Ltd., general meeting . 3105 

Richmond Milk Producers, Ltd., general meeting 711 
River Fish Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors .«. 158 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 158 

Roberts, W. Milnor, notice to creditors of estate 1079 
Robson, George William, notice to creditors of 

estate . 2146 

Rolyan Agencies, Ltd., application for restora¬ 
tion to Register of Companies . 2145 

Roughton & Leslie, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 1367 

Change of name . 1808 

Rover Creek Mining Co., Ltd. (Non-Personal 
Liability), voluntary winding-up, appointment 

of liquidator, and meeting of creditors . 3807 

Royal City Cleaners & Dyers, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 2640 

Change of name . 3034 

Royal Crown Soaps, Ltd., The, appointment of 

attorney . 1078 

Royston Lumber Co., Ltd., voluntary winding-up 

and appointment of liquidator . 56 

Rupert Fish Co., Inc., appointment of attorney 1005 
Rutland District Corporation, proposed incorpo¬ 
ration . 2425 

Ryall, Eliza Mary, notice to creditors of estate 1975 
Sage, Mary Jane, notice to creditors of estate.... 2839 
Salt Salmon Exporters of B.C., Ltd., voluntary 

winding-up and appointment of liquidator. 103 

Samis Realty, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 3325 

Change of name . 3678 

Santa Lumber Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 2217 

Change of name . 2554 

Saskatchewan Federated Co-operatives, Ltd., ap¬ 
pointment of attorney . 1528 

Scott-Bathgate, Ltd., appointment of attorney. .. 711 

Seiberling Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd., appoint¬ 
ment of attorney . 561 

Shawnigan Saw Mills, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 3040 

Change of name . 3383 

Shellshear, Alfred, notice to creditors of estate 930 
Shiel, Thomas Elliot, notice to creditors of estate 637 
Shrine Temple, Ltd., voluntary winding-up and 

appointment of liquidator . 2431 

Sidney Inlet Mining Co., Ltd. (Non-Personal 
Liability), voluntary winding-up and appoint¬ 
ment of liquidator . 1884 

Silk Hat Ltd., The— 

Application for approval of change of name... 1228 

Change of name . 1605 

Simmons & McBride (Grandview), Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 1529 

Change of name . 1974 

Sinclair & Boyd, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2641 

Change of name . 3034 

Smedley & Sharp, Williams Lake, Ltd., change 

of name . 104 

Smith Cannery Machines Co., appointment of 

attorney . 417 

Smith, Catherine Edith, notice to creditors of 

estate . 2146 

Smith, James Hamilton, notice to creditors of 

estate . 1227 

Societies, list of— 

To be struck from Register of Companies. 223 

Struck from Register of Companies . 792 

Somerset Lumber Yards, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name 1166 

Change of name ......:.. 1529 


South Burnaby Press, dissolution of partnership 1980 
Sportsmens Air Transport, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 56 

Change of name . 280 

Spruce Creek Mining Co., Ltd. (N.P.L.), general 

meeting . 1447 

St. Clair Towing Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1528 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1528 

St. Louis Industrial Development Co., Ltd., 

change of name . 55 

St. Regis Hotel (1935), Ltd., change of name ... 159 

Standard Brands, Ltd., appointment of attorney 938 
Standard Electric & Radio, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 416 

Change of name ..... 786 

Standard Forest Products, Ltd., appointment of 

attorney .1229, 2145 

Star Foundry, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 163 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 163 

Steffens-Colmer, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2493 

Change of name . 2906 

Steuart, Marjorie May, notice to creditors of 

estate . 483 

Stewart, Louisa Dryden, notice to creditors of 

estate .:. 1228 

Stewart-Lovick, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 552 

Change of name . 938 

Stewart Monumental Works, Ltd., application 

for restoration to Register of Companies. 218 

Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., appointment of 

attorney . 1166 

Storey, John E., notice to creditors of estate. 103 

Strawberry Lane, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 1736 

Change of name . 2146 

Summerland Development Co., Ltd.— 

Voluntary winding-up, appointment of liqui¬ 
dator, and meeting of creditors. 2428 

General meeting . 3040 

Sunset Auto Camp, Ltd.—- 

Meeting of creditors . 1371 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1371 

Sunset Mills, Ltd., The, voluntary winding-up 

and appointment of liquidator. 3259 

Superior Finish, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 219 

Change of name . 554 

Suttie & Co., Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 

.1165, 1975 

Change of name . 2352 

Swan Towing Co., Ltd., final general meeting.... 484 
Sydney Inlet Mining Co., Ltd. (Non-Personal 
Liability) — 

Meeting of creditors . 1808 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1808 

T. Maikawa Stores, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 287 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 287 

T. Matsuyama and Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 159 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 159 

Tairiku Nippo Sha, Ltd., general meeting . 2700 

Taiyo Printing Co., Ltd.— 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 56 

General meeting . 2554 

Tanaka and Co., Ltd., general meeting . 2700 

Tate, Wilbert Roy, notice to creditors of estate.. 2554 
“ Taxation Act,” regulations re the registration 
of new buildings and construction in rural 

areas . 940 

Taylor & White, Ltd., application for approval 

of change of name .. 3871 

Teco Securities, Ltd., voluntary winding-up, ap¬ 
pointment of liquidator, and meeting of credi¬ 
tors . 940 

Tel-a-Tone, Ltd., change of name . 102 

Telephone Companies— 

To be struck from Register of Companies . 2223 

Struck from Register of Companies . 2842 

Terminal City Cabs, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 1529 

Change of name . 1974 

Ternan, William Gregory, notice to creditors of 

estate . 1079 

Texdyers, Ltd., struck from Register of Com¬ 
panies . 3165 






























































































IX 


INDEX, 1947. 


ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 


Textan Leather Manufacturers, dissolution of 

partnership . 2044 

Thompson & Oliver, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 630 

Change of name . 1003 

Thorburn, Jean Isobel, notice to creditors of 

estate . 1737 

Togo Cleaners, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1528 

Appointment of liquidator . 1528 

General meeting . 1879 

Toledo Scale Co. of Canada, Ltd., appointment 

of attorney . 711 

Toric Mines Co., Ltd. (N.P.L.) — 

Meeting of creditors . 788 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 793 

Torino Investments, Ltd., application for resto¬ 
ration to Register of Companies . 1083 

Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd., appointment 

of attorney . 1228 

Towns, Ltd., general meeting . 2284 

Trade Roasting, Ltd., application for approval 

of change of name . 3563 

Trail and Rossland Fifteen Hundred Club, The, 

voluntary winding-up . 1975 

Trail City, extension of boundaries . 3564 

Trends, Ltd., application for restoration to 

Register of Companies . 2554 

Trocadero, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 1528 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1528 

Trorey, George Edward, notice to creditors of 

estate . 1736 

Turner, Thomas Ormiston, notice to credito.rs of 

estate . 483 

Twin Cedars Farm, Ltd.—- 

Meeting of creditors . 1605 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1605 

General meeting . 1973 

Union Fish Co., Ltd., voluntary winding-up and 

appointment of liquidator . 104 

Union Towing Co., Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 2284 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 2284 

United Agencies, Ltd., appointment of attorney 630 
United Marine Products, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 218 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 218 

Urban Business Agencies, Ltd.—• 

Application for approval of change of name ... 3100 

Change of name . 3441 

Vald’Or, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 1371 

Change of name . 1808 

Valer Holding Co., Ltd., voluntary winding-up 

and appointment of liquidator . 1447 

Valley Department Store, Ltd., application for 

restoration to Register of Companies . 1879 

Van der Vliet, Cabeldu & May, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 1529 

Change of name . 1974 

Vanalta, Ltd., appointment of attorney . 1003 

Vancouver Cabs, Ltd., application for restora¬ 
tion to Register of Companies . 417 

Vancouver City, public auction sale of lands 

for delinquent taxes . 3161 

Vancouver Growers, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 3105 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 3105 

Vancouver Homes, Ltd., general meeting . 56 

Vancouver Island Gold Mines, Ltd. (Non-Per¬ 
sonal Liability), application for restoration to 

Register of Companies . 2289 

Vancouver Properties, Ltd.— 

Meeting of creditors . 2427 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator .2427, 2642 

Vancouver Radio Laboratories, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 553 

Change of name . 938 

Vancouver Securities, Ltd.— 

Application for restoration to Register of 

Companies . 1004 

Meeting of creditors . 2706 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1975 

Vanderbilt Restaurant, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 348 

Change of name. 711 

Vern Seidelman, Ltd.— 

Application for approval’of change of name.... 2217 

Change of name . 2554 


ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


Victoria Book and Stationery Co., Ltd., The, 

general meeting ... 

Victory Molybdenum Development, Ltd. (Non- 


Personal Liability) — 

Application for approval of change of name ... 2146 

Change of name . 2493 

Victory Theatre, Ltd., application for restora¬ 
tion to Register of Companies . 2217 

Vogue Taxi Co., Ltd., change of name. 159 

Wadsworth Electrical Co., Ltd., application for 

approval of change of name . 104 

Waldie Motors, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 637 

Change of name . 1003 

Walsh, Walter William, notice to creditors of 

estate . 2559 

Watson, Henry Joseph, notice to creditors of 

estate . 1447 

Webster’s Spray and Brush Painting, dissolu¬ 
tion of partnership . 2559 

West Canadian Hydro Electric Corporation, Ltd., 
voluntary winding-up, appointment of liquida¬ 
tor, and meeting of creditors . 3806 

West Coast Litho, Ltd., application for approval 

of change of name . 3867 

West Texada Logging Co., Ltd., change of name 54 
Westerly Cream Cheese Co-operative Associa¬ 
tion— 

Meeting of creditors . 1004 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1004 

Western Carburettor Corporation, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 3260 

Change of name . 3564 

Western Homes (B.C.), Ltd., application for 

restoration to Register of Companies . 159 

Westland Agencies, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 2643 

Change of name . 3040 

Weston, Gertrude May, notice to creditors of 

estate . 55 

Westwood, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 2427 

Change of name . 2839 

Wilbee’s Service Stores, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 103 

Change of name . 282 

William Acreman, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 2352 

Change of name . 2700 

Williams, George Henry, notice to creditors of 

estate . 2427 

Wilson-Arfa’s B.C. School of Dancing, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name.... 861 

Change of name . 1227 

Wilson, Charles Henry, notice to creditors of 

estate . 31 61 

Wilson Stock Farms, Ltd., application for restor¬ 
ation to Register of Companies . 1611 

Windpass Gold Mining Co., Ltd., general meet¬ 
ing . 787 

Woman’s Bakery, Ltd., The— 

Meeting of creditors . 3629 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 3629 

Wong Rung Har Tong Co., Ltd., application 

for restoration to Register of Companies . 3564 

Woods Theatre, Ltd.— 

Application for approval of change of name ... 2493 

Change of name . 2906 

Woodwards Consolidated. Ltd.— 

Voluntary winding-up and appointment of 

liquidator . 1533 

General meeting . 3871 

Wright, Lena Mary, notice to creditors of estate 1229 
Yellow Cab Co., Ltd.—- 

Application for approval of change of name. .. 1529 

Change of name . 1974 

Ymir Good Hope Mining Co., appointment of 

attorney . 93 j 

York Logging Co., Ltd., general meeting . 2970 

Young Properties, Incorporated, appointment of 
attorney . 1372 


AGRICULTURE: 

Bear Mountain Pound District, appointment of 

pound-keeper . 

Cawston Pound District, appointment of pound- 


keeper . 3118 

Cherry Creek Pound District— 

Proposed creation . 2931 

Objections to establishing . 3184 

Clinton Pound District— 

Proposed creation . 1089 

Establishing . 1824 

Appointment of pound-keeper . 1824 


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X 


INDEX, 1947. 


AGRICULTURE— Continued. 


Page. 


APPOINTMENTS: 


Page. 


Cowichan Bay Pound District, appointment of 

pound-keeper .. 3339 

“ Creameries and Dairies Regulation Act.” 

amending regulations . 364 

Departure Bay Road Pound District— 

Proposed creation . 1919 

Objections to establishing . 2236 

Establishing . 2660 

Appointment of pound-keeper . 2994 

Diamond District (Ladysmith) Pound District— 

Proposed creation . 3337 

Establishing . 3756 

Erickson Pound District, appointment of pound- 

keeper . 298 

Fort St. John Pound District, appointment of 

pound-keeper . 1309 

“ Fruit, Vegetables, and Honey Grades Act,” 

amending regulations .3518, 3756 

“ Grasshopper-control Act,” Clinton, Edgewood, 
Midway, Nicola, Oliver-Osoyoos, and South 
Riske Creek Grasshopper-control Areas, ap¬ 
pointment of committees . 1309 

Keremeos Pound District— 

Alteration of boundaries . 3274 

Appointment of pound-keeper . 3275 

Kootenay Reclamation Flats Pound District, ap¬ 
pointment of pound-keeper . 1824 

Maxey Road Pound District— 

Establishing . 298 

Appointment of pound-keeper . 364 

Nanoose-Wellington Pound District— 

Proposed creation . 1757 

Objections to establishing . 1919 

Establishing . 2447 

Appointment of pound-keeper . 2660 

Naramata Pound District, appointment of 

pound-keeper . 3757 

Nicomen Island Pound District, appointment of 

pound-keeper . 1824 

North Bend Pound District, appointment of 

pound-keeper .!. 3337 

North Enderby and Grindrod Pound District, 

appointment of pound-keeper . 2659 

Oliver Pound District, appointment of pound- 

keeper . 171 

“ Plant Protection Act,” Little Cherry Control 

Regulations . 1627 

“ Poultry and Poultry Products Act,” appoint¬ 
ment of inspectors and bringing into force 
Hatchery Approval Regulations in certain 

districts . 496 

“ Public Utilities Act ”— 

The Milk Board— 

Order No. 7, amending Orders Nos. 4, 5. 871 

Order No. 8, re rate to be charged for 

whipping cream . 1089 

Order No. 9, re expiry date of licences. 1090 

Order No. 11, re sale of milk in Vancouver 

area . 1919 

Order No. 12, re sale of milk in Duncan 

area . 2370 

Order No. 13, re sale of milk in Nanaimo 

area . 2369 

Order No. 14, re sale of milk in Vancouver 

area . 2571 

Order No. 15, re sale of milk in Greater 

Victoria area . 3274 

Order No. 16, re sale of milk in Vancouver 

area . 3337 

Order No. 17, re sale of milk in Duncan 

area . 3338 

Order No. 18, re sale of milk in Nanaimo 

area . 3583 

Renata Pound District, appointment of pound- 

keeper . 2512 

Shawnigan Pound District— 

Proposed creation . 1824 

Objections to establishing . 2235 

Sooke Pound District— 

Proposed creation . 2172 

Objections to establishing . 2369 

Establishing .1. 3054 

Appointment of pound-keeper . 3275 

“ Stock-brands Act,” regulations re slaughtering 

of horses for animal food . 364 

Sweetwater Pound District, appointment of 

pound-keeper . 3584 

Warfleld-Annable Pound District— 

Proposed creation . 667 

Establishing . 1088 

Appointment of pound-keeper . 1309 

West Cedar Pound District— 

Proposed creation . 948 

Establishing . 2095 

Appointment of pound-keeper . 2298 


Alexander, George John, as Deputy Minister of 


Fisheries .-. 1177 

Anderson, Charles, as Probation Officer, City of 

Kamloops .-... 565 

Angle, Lieut.-Col. Harry H.— 

As a Coroner .—... 1023 

As Judge of the Juvenile Court, South 

Okanagan Electoral District ...... 1023 

As Police Magistrate, City of Kelowna. 1023 

As Stipendiary Magistrate, and to exercise 
within a portion of the County of Yale the 
jurisdiction conferred by the " Small Debts 

Courts Act ” .-.. 1023 

Anscomb, Hon. Herbert— 

As Acting Minister of Mines . 2859 

As Acting Minister of Municipal Affairs. 2859 

As Acting Minister of Education. 2990 

Armstrong, John R., as a member of the Board 
of Management, Summerland Hospital, Sum- 

merland . 647 

Armstrong, William L., as a member of the 
Board of Management, Prince Rupert General 

Hospital .,. 3115 

“ Audit Act ”— 

Members of Treasury Board—• 

Anscomb, Hon. Herbert (Chairman). 647 

Hart, Hon. John . 647 

MacDonald, Hon. Roderick Charles . 647 

Wismer, Hon. Gordon Sylvester . 647 

Barnard, Thomas A., as a member of the Board 
of Trustees under the “ Canteen Funds Act ”.. 947 

Beharrell, Lloyd, as a member of the Abbotsford- 

Matsqui-Sumas Hospital Board . 3335 

Beley, Geoffrey Harold, as Clerk of the Peace, 

County of Cariboo . 1991 

Blower, John Zebedee, as Acting Police Magis¬ 
trate, Alberni City . 1177 

Bose, Henry, as Police Magistrate, District of 

Surrey . 3053 

“ British Columbia Foresters Act ”— 

Board of Examiners— 

Gormely, M. W. 1545 

McKinnon, F. S. 1545 


Broley, Edith Annabelle— 

As Clerk of the Peace, County of Kootenay.... 3335 
As Deputy District Registrar of Births, Deaths, 

and Marriages, Fernie Registration District 3335 
As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme Court, 


Fernie Registry .1. 3335 

As Deputy Government Agent, Fernie . 3335 

As Deputy Land Commissioner, Fernie Land 

Recording District . 3335 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court, East 

Kootenay . 3335 

As Deputy Water Recorder, Fernie Water 

District . 3335 

As Issuer of Marriage Licences . 3335 

As Sub-mining Recorder, Fort Steele Mining 

Division . 3335 

Brown, Alfred Martin— 

As Assessor, Saltspring Island Assessment Dis¬ 
trict . 3179 

As Collector, Saltspring Island Collection Dis¬ 
trict . 3179 

Brown, T. J., as a member of the Board of 
Management, North Vancouver General Hos¬ 
pital . 2713 

Bruce, Douglas Hazard— 

As Clerk of the Peace, County of Cariboo. 3179 

As Deputy Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 
Marriages, Ashcroft Registration District.... 3179 
As District Registrar, Supreme Court, Cariboo 

Judicial District . 3179 

As Marriage Commissioner, Ashcroft Registra¬ 
tion District . 3179 

As Mining Recorder, Ashcroft Mining Division 3179 

As Registrar, County Court, Cariboo . 3179 

Bulman, Thomas Alexander, as a Court of Re¬ 
vision, Kamloops and Nicola Assessment Dis¬ 
tricts . 947 

Callahan, Henry Oliver— 

As Clerk of the Peace, County of Cariboo. 2657 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, Deaths, 
and Marriages, Pouce Coupe Registration 

District . 2657 

As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme Court, 

Pouce Coupe Registry . 2667 

As Deputy Gold Commissioner, Peace River 

Mining Division . 2657 

As Deputy Government Agent, Pouce Coupe. .. 2657 
As Deputy Land Commissioner, Peace River 

Land Recording District . 2657 

As Deputy Mining Recorder, Peace River 

Mining Division . 2657 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court, Cariboo.. 2657 
As Deputy Registrar of Voters, Peace River 
Electoral District 1.■.. 2657 








































































































INDEX, 1947. 


xi 


Pace. 

APPOINTMENTS— Continued. 


Callahan, Henry Oliver— Continued. 

As Deputy Water Recorder, Peace River Water 

Recording District . 2657 

As Marriage Commissioner, Pouce Coupe Reg¬ 
istration District . 2657 

Campbell, Harold Lane, as Director of Temper¬ 
ance Education . 2509 

Campbell, Stuart Fleming, as Deputy Registrar 

of Voters, Skeena Electoral District . 3453 

Carefoot, Kenneth Melville, as a Coroner. 3115 

Carling, Stanley Martin— 

As Clerk of the Peace, County of Kootenay. 2657 


As Deputy Collector, Golden Collection District 2657 
As Deputy District Registrar of Births, Deaths, 
and Marriages, Wilmer Registration District 2657 
As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme Court, 


Golden . 2657 

As Deputy Gold Commissioner, Golden Mining 

Division . 2657 

As Deputy Government Agent, Golden . 2657 

As Deputy Land Commissioner, Golden Land 

Recording District . 2657 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court, East 

Kootenay . 2657 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters, Columbia Elec¬ 
toral District . 2657 

As Deputy Water Recorder, Golden Water 

District . 2657 

As Marriage Commissioner, Wilmer Registra¬ 
tion District . 2657 

As Sub-mining Recorder, Golden Mining Divi¬ 
sion . 2657 

As Collector, Golden Collection District . 2657 

As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 

Marriages, Wilmer Registration District . 2657 

As District Registrar, Supreme Court, Golden 

Registry . 2657 

As Gold Commissioner, Golden Mining Divi¬ 
sion ... 2657 

As Government Agent, Golden . 2657 

As Land Commissioner, Golden Land Record¬ 
ing District . 2657 

As Mining Recorder, Golden Mining Division 2657 
As Registrar, County Court, East Kootenay. .. 2657 
As Registrar of Voters, Columbia Electoral 

District .;. 2657 

As Water Recorder, Golden Water District. 2657 

As a Coroner ... 2925 

As Official Administrator, County of Kootenay 2925 
As Stipendiary Magistrate, and to exercise 
within a portion of the County of Kootenay 
the jurisdiction conferred by the “ Small 

Debts Courts Act ” . 2925 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, Deaths, 
and Marriages, Golden Registration District 3115 
As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 
Marriages, Golden Registration District... .... 3115 
As Marriage Commissioner, Golden Registra¬ 
tion District . 3115 

Carruthers, Alexander Lorraine, as Deputy Min¬ 
ister of Public Works . 229 

Carson, Hon. Ernest Crawford— 

As Acting Minister of Health and Welfare. 1624 

As Acting Provincial Secretary . 1624 

Cheyne, Robert, as Investigator on behalf of 

Milk Board . 1624 

Clapperton, Roderick Dhu-— 

As Clerk of the Peace, County of Cariboo. 1624 

As Deputy Collector, Quesnel Forks Collection 

District . 1624 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, Deaths, 

and Marriages, Quesnel Registration District 1624 
As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme Court, 

Quesnel Registry . 1623 

As Deputy Government Agent, Quesnel. 1623 

As Deputy Land Commissioner, Quesnel Land 

Recording District . 1623 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court, Cariboo.... 1624 
As Deputy Registrar of Voters, Cariboo Elec¬ 
toral District . 1623 

As Deputy Water Recorder, Quesnel Water 

District ... 1623 

As Marriage Commissioner, Quesnel Registra¬ 
tion District . 1624 


Clark, Frank, as member of the Board of Direc¬ 
tors, City of Prince George General Hospital. .. 3823 
Coady, Hon. Judge J. M., as a member of the 
Board of Governors, University of British Co¬ 


lumbia . 169 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits— 

Adshead, Ralph Waldo . 2509 

Armstrong, Christopher Lee . 1177 

Barnhardt, Norman Bruce . 427 

Berry, Gordon M. 3179 

Bevington, Francis . 565 

Broley, Edith Annabelle . 2445 

Broomfield, George Alexander . 2569 

Broughton, Florence . 3335 

Bruce, Douglas Hazard . 3273 


Page. 

APPOINTMENTS— Continued. 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits— Continued. 


Burnett, Howard Alexander . 2 .> 6 .) 

Campbell, Angus Willard ...—• 1241 

Chilton, Albert Sidney . 3335 

Clapperton, Roderick D.•— 2295 

Clark, Elmer B. 2569 

Clery, William Balentine P. 2509 

Cousins, William Lorn .*.-. 3823 

Crump, Lawrence F... 3515 

Davenport, Harold Melbourne . 565 

Davis, Edgar William . 799 

Dixon, Alexander Wright . 2713 

Dixon, Keith . 1467 

Drew, Douglas Victor . 2658 

Edwardson, Herbert Wainwright . 2509 

Erickson, Selmer Laverne . 2925 

Fox, Leonard . : . 1753 

Harris, George Clifford . 1177 

Herbert, Harold Francis . 2509 

Heron, Antonia Elizabeth . 2445 

Hicks, John M. 297 

Ilott, Ernest L. J. 363 

Lemax, Clair . 1241 

McCabe, Arthur Herrald . 1087 

Marrion, Thomas James . 1753 

Mauris, Robert Gaston Victor . 3515 

Merrill, Grace Lillian ... 2859 

Moore, Leslie James . 2445 

Moreton, Frederick Ernest Seward . 3273 

O’Neill, Thomas . 3823 

Palmer, Basil Frederick . 3335 

Pennington, Robert Arthur . 3273 

Rashleigh, Richard Harvey . 3115 

Redhead, George . 1753 

Roberts, Joseph .1. 363 

Robson, Clifford Alexander . 2990 

Roscoe, Joseph . 2509 

Rowlands, James Henry . 2657 

Sinclair, John Benzie . 2859 

Strachan, Patrick G. 3273 

Summers, Herbert William . 1241 

Thompson, Sadie Margaret . 2295 

Thompson, W. T. A. 1381 

Thompson, William Gerald . 2509 

Tran, Charles Garfield .:.... 3515 

Woodcock, Frederick Sydney . 1241 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits (Special) — 

Anderson, J. V. 2990 

Annis, Margaret Ann . 2990 

Bennest, Jean . 3273 

Bingham. Alfred Ernest . 1991 

Blair, Wilfred Ludger . 2990 

Bruce, Charles Davidson . 1991 

Bruce, Stella Kathleen . 2990 

Chapman, Edith . 1991 

Chapman, Madeline .'.... 169 

Charman, Stanley James . 799 

Christie, Hugh . 1177 

Clement, Charles James . 2990 

Cranston, Peggy Elizabeth ..,. 1177 

Crossley, William H. 799 

Culter, Barbara Ann . 2859 

DeBeck, Betsy Anne . 2091 

de la Mare, Willa Jean . 3273 

DePencier, Vara Elizabeth Audrey . 1917 

Ewing, Frances . 2091 

Ferguson, Douglas Stewart . 1241 

Fleming, Janet Elizabeth . 1177 

Flower, Alfred E. 947 

Fowler, Douglas Weatherbee . 1177 

Fowler, Rae Elizabeth Eleanore . 1917 

Galbraith, J. D. 566 

Gillingham, Clarence . 3273 

Gorby, Cecil William . 1991 

Gordon, Jean . 169 

Gourlay, Margaret . 647 

Gray, Arthur Wilfred . 1241 

Grimmett, Norman Thatcher . 1177 

Gross, May . 565 

Hamilton, Phoebe M. H. 725 

Hassen, Matthew Seymour . 1545 

Hatter, W. J. S. 1467 

Hollingsworth, Ninette . 169 

Holt, Berna . 3579 

Horne, Barbara Jean . 2713 

Isnor, Lorraine . 169 

Jamieson, Margaret . 229 

Jobbins, Honora . 2295 

Johnstone, Dolly Bertha M. 2990 

Kelgard, Sonja . 297 

Kirkendale, Rae . 3755 

Kirkpatrick, John Andrew Houston . 1753 

Lewis, Mary Jane . 2295 

McAuley, Florence Lorraine . 2990 

McCulloch, Jessie H. 1307 

Macdonald, Doris Alvina . 3273 

McKee, David . 2367 

McKierahan, Elizabeth Mae . 3515 



























































































































































Xll 


INDEX, 1947. 


APPOINTMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


APPOINTMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


Commissioners for taking Affidavits (Special) — 


Continued. 

McLennan, Ann . 3115 

MacLeod, Margaret H. 1991 

McPeake, John . 3453 

Manning, Helen . 169 

Mayne, John Wilfred . 3755 

Melville, Robert Norman S. 495 

Mess, Adalina Louise . 1087 

Morrison, Archibald Oscar . 1307 

Nichols, Dorothy 1. 1991 

Noble, Andrew Frank . 647 

Peterson, Barbara Alice . 3273 

Plumb, Hilda . 495 

Pritchard, Phyllis Eileen . 1545 

Richardson, Arthur Lord . 3689 

Rickaby, John Dockrill . 3579 

Robson, Marita Honey . 1917 

Rogers, Malcolm R. 869 

Rose, Margaret Ann . 1991 

Rutherglen, Ronald . 229 

Savard, Daisy Jean Isabel . 1917 

Skitch, Dorothy Isabell . 495 

Smart, Catherine Jean . 1917 

Stringer, Russell . 169 

Stronach, Charles . 2295 

Thompson, J. H. 1991 

Thomson, Zillah . 297 

Tosh, Eva Maine . 3273 

Tuckey, Grace D. 3823 

Walker, Phyllis Mary S. 3453 

Ward, Helen Cecile . 3273 

Westover, Edward Ketcheson . 1917 

Williams, Claire . 495 

Williamson, G. F. 566 

Wilson, John . 3453 

Wilson, Thomas Melville . 799 

Winder, Edward Attree . 3579 

Wise, John . 2295 

Woodley, Arthur Henry . 799 

Woodward, Iva . 1177 

Worth, Helen Cecile . 1991 

Constable, Guy, as Stipendiary Magistrate, and 
to exercise within a portion of the County of 
Kootenay the jurisdiction conferred by the 

“ Small Debts Courts Act ” . 3335 

Corkill, James, as Bailiff, County of Vancouver 2091 
Cousins, William Lorn— 

As Acting Government Sub-Agent, Oliver. 565 

As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 

Marriages, Oliver Registration District. 565 

As Marriage Commissioner, Oliver Registra¬ 
tion District . 565 

As Sub-mining Recorder, Greenwood and 

Osoyoos Mining Divisions . 565 

Craig, Wilfred Henderson, M.D., as a Coroner. .. 1545 
Cuthbert, William J.— 

As Judge of the Juvenile Court, Agassiz. 2295 

As Stipendiary Magistrate, County of West¬ 
minster, and to exercise within the District 
Municipality of Kent the jurisdiction con¬ 
ferred by the “Small Debts Courts Act” . 1624 

Dainard, Courtland James, as Assessor, Golden 

Assessment District . 2657 

Dalgleish, David G., as a member of the Board 
of Management, Royal Inland Hospital, Kam¬ 
loops . 1177 

Denison, Herbert Richard, as a Court of Revi¬ 
sion, Vernon Assessment District . 1623 

Dixon, William H. S.— 

As Deputy Police Magistrate, City of Van¬ 
couver . 2367 

As Judge of the Family Court, City of Van¬ 
couver . 2367 

As Judge of the Juvenile Court, City of Van¬ 
couver . 2367 

Dreaper, Donald William, as a member of the 

Board of Management, Tofino Hospital. 3579 

Drew, Douglas Victor— 

As Deputy Collector, Nelson Collection Dis¬ 
trict . 2657 

As Deputy Gold Commissioner, Nelson Mining 

Division . 2657 

As Deputy Government Agent, Nelson. 2657 

As Deputy Land Commissioner, Nelson Land 

Recording District . 2657 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters, Nelson-Creston 

Electoral District . 2657 

As Deputy Water Recorder, Nelson Water 

District . 2657 

Dunn, William Magnus Hedley, as Assessor, 

Slocan Assessment District . 2657 

“ Education of Soldiers’ Dependent Children 
Act 

Members of Commission— 

Fairey, Lieut.-Col. F. T., Chairman. 2368 

Palmer, A. 2368 

Townsend, F. J. 2368 

Wheadon, Maj. T. R. 2368 


“ Engineering Profession Act ”— 

Executive Council of the Association of Pro¬ 


fessional Engineers— 

Andrews, Gerald S., M.B.E., B.Sc.. 107 

Jones, E. S„ M.E.I.C. 107 

McCallum, N. M„ B.A.Sc. 107 

Sargent, H., B.A., B.A.Sc., M.A.Sc., Ph.D., 


Eyres, Hon. Leslie Harvey— 

As Acting Minister of Education . 2859 

As Minister of Fisheries . 1177 

Ferguson, Mervin Ernest, as Stipendiary Magis¬ 
trate, County of Vancouver . 1823 

Forrest, Walter Howard, as Trustee of the 

Teachers’ Pension Fund . 3179 

Gilbert, Robert, as Bailiff, County of Vancouver 3115 

Goresky, Victor Basil, M.D., as a Coroner. 1023 

Grimmett, Frederic Kernahan— 

As Judge of the Juvenile Court, Chilliwack 

Electoral District . 1241 

As Police Magistrate, Chilliwack City . 1241 

As Police Magistrate, Chilliwhack District 

Municipality . 1241 

Hallett, George Hoyt— 

As Clerk of the Peace, County of Cariboo. 2092 

As Deputy Collector, Prince George Collec¬ 
tion District . 2092 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, Deaths, 
and Marriages, Prince George Registration 

District . 2092 

As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme Court, 

Prince George Registry . 2092 

As Deputy Government Agent, Prince George.. 2091 
As Deputy Land Commissioner, Fort George 

Land Recording District . 2092 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court, Cariboo.. 2092 
As Deputy Registrar of Voters, Fort George 

Electoral District . 2092 

As Deputy Water Recorder, Prince George 

Water District . 2091 

As Marriage Commissioner, Prince George 

Registration District . 2092 

As Sub-mining Recorder, Cariboo, Omineca, 

and Peace River Mining Divisions . 2091 

As Collector, Prince George Collection District 2092 
As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 
Marriages, Prince George Registration Dis¬ 
trict . 2092 

As District Registrar, Supreme Court, Prince 

George Registry . 2092 

As Government Agent, Prince George . 2092 

As Land Commissioner, Fort George Land 

Recording District . 2092 

As Registrar, County Court, Cariboo . 2092 

As Registrar of Voters, Fort George Electoral 

District . 2092 

As Water Recorder, Prince George Water 

District . 2092 

As Official Administrator, County of Cariboo.. 2295 
As Judge of the Juvenile Court, Fort George 

Electoral District . 2367 

As a Coroner . 2509 

As Stipendiary Magistrate, County of Cariboo 2509 
Hamer, Henry Eric, M.D., as Deputy Coroner.. 1545 
Hart, Hon. John— 

As Acting Attorney-General . 1823 

As Acting Minister of Lands and Forests . 2367 

As Acting Minister of Labour . 2509 

Hartley, Herbert, as Official Administrator, 

County of Yale . 3 

Hassard, Robert, as Deputy Registrar of Voters, 

Nelson-Creston Electoral District . 3335 

Hicks, John N., as a Coroner . 2569 

Hill, Lieut.-Col. Cecil H.— 

As Deputy Police Magistrate, City of Vancou¬ 
ver . 229 

As a member of the Board of Police Commis¬ 
sioners, City of Vancouver . 229 

Holdway, George Thomas— 

As Judge of the Juvenile Court, Fort George 

Electoral District . 1823 

To exercise within a portion of the County of 
Cariboo the jurisdiction conferred by the 

“ Small Debts Courts Act ” . 1823 

As a Coroner . 2657 

Hull, Allan Herbert, as Stipendiary Magistrate, 

County of Nanaimo . 2669 

Hurley, Frederick Harold, as Chief Electoral 

Officer, Provincial Secretary’s Department . 2091 

Inglis, Alan, M.D., as a Coroner . 647 

“ Insurance Act ”— 

Insurance Board of British Columbia— 

Allen, Donovan . 1087 

Rolfe, Marten Basil B. 1087 

Thompson, John F. 1087 

Wakely, Charles V. 1087 

























































































































INDEX, 1947. 


Xlll 


APPOINTMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


APPOINTMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


Ismay, Boiston. Dunn & Co., C.A., as Investiga¬ 
tors on behalf of the Milk Board . 1917 

Jackson, Richard Charles Bird, as a Clerk of the 

Peace, County of Vancouver . 363 

Johnston, Robert Forbes— 

As Assessor, Telegraph Creek Assessment Dis¬ 
trict . 1621 

As Collector, Telegraph Creek Collection Dis¬ 
trict . 1624 

As Deputy Collector, Peace River Collection 

District . 1624 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters, Atlin Electoral 

District . 1624 

As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 
Marriages. Telegraph Creek Registration 

District . 1624 

As Gold Commissioner, Stikine Mining Division 1624 

As Government Agent, Telegraph Creek . 1624 

As Land Commissioner Telegraph Creek Land 

Recording District . 1624 

As Marriage Commissioner, Telegraph Creek 

Registration District . 1624 

As Mining Recorder, Stikine Mining Division 1624 

As Sub-mining Recorder, Atlin Mining Division 1624 

As Water Recorder, Stikine, Water District.... 1624 

As Official Administrator, County of Prince 

Rupert . 1645 

As Deputy Coroner . 1823 

As Stipendiary Magistrate, and to exercise 
within a portion of the County of Prince 
Rupert the jurisdiction conferred by the 

“ Small Debts Courts Act ” . 1823 

Kearney, Garnet Harvey, M.D., as a Coroner. 1241 

Kenney, Hon. Edward Tourtellotte— 

As Acting Attorney-General . 1545 

As Acting Minister of Labour .1623, 2713 

As Acting Minister of Health and Welfare. 1991 

As Acting Provincial Secretary . 1991 

Lasserre, Prof. Frederic, B.Arch., as a member 
of the Council, Architectural Institute of 

British Columbia . 229 

LeSaunier, Michael John— 

As Clerk of the Peace, County of Nanaimo. 1546 

As Deputy Collector, Nanaimo Collection Dis¬ 
trict . 1546 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, Deaths, 
and Marriages, Nanaimo Registration Dis¬ 
trict . 1546 

As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme Court, 

Nanaimo Registry . 1546 

As Deputy Gold Commissioner, Nanaimo Min¬ 
ing Division ..'. 1546 

As Deputy Government Agent, Nanaimo. 1546 

As Deputy Land Commissioner, Nanaimo Land 

Recording District . 1546 

As Deputy Mining Recorder, Nanaimo Mining 

Division . 1546 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court, Nanaimo 1546 
As Deputy Registrar of Voters, Nanaimo and 

The Islands Electoral District . 1546 

As Deputy Water Recorder, Nanaimo Water 

District . 1546 

As Marriage Commissioner, Nanaimo Regis¬ 
tration District . 1546 

As Sub-mining Recorder, Alberni Mining Divi¬ 
sion . 1546 

Liersch. John E„ B.A., B.A.Sc., as a member of 
the Executive Council of the Association of 
Professional Engineers under the “ Engineer¬ 
ing Profession Act ” . 565 


“ Liquor-control Plebiscites Act ”— 

Returning Officers— 

Duguemin, Clifford Cecil, Peachland Polling 
Division, South Okanagan Electoral Dis¬ 


trict . 2713 

Fosbery, William C. W., West Summerland 
Polling Division, South Okanagan Elec¬ 
toral District . 3823 

Fowler, Gilbert, Trout Lake Polling Divi¬ 
sion, Revelstoke Electoral District . 2714 

Hansen, Mary, South Westminster Polling 

Division, Delta Electoral District . 3823 

Hogg, Edward, North Kamloops Polling 

Division, Kamloops Electoral District . 2713 

Jarman, Harry, Mission City Polling Divi¬ 
sion, Dewdney Electoral District . 2990 

Jerome, John H., South Slocan Polling Divi¬ 
sion, Nelson-Creston Electoral District. 2926 

Lind, S. H., Steveston Polling Division, 

Delta Electoral District . 2926 

McPherson. Alexander, Trout Lake Polling 

Division, Revelstoke Electoral District. 2859 

Masters, C. J., Muskwa Polling Division, 

Peace River Electoral District . 3579 

Mills, Maurice, Cloverdale Polling Division, 

Delta Electoral District . 2925 


“ Liquor-control Plebiscites Act ”— Continued. 
Returning Officers— Continued. 

Morton, Thomas, Deroche Polling Division, 

Dewdney Electoral District . 2990 

Osborne, Thomas, Alvin Polling Division, 

Dewdney Electoral District . 2990 

Poupore, William E„ Nos. 46, 47 Polling 

Divisions, Saanich Electoral District 2925 


Amendment adding Polling Division 2990 

Robertson, Vida, Eburne Polling Division, 

Delta Electoral District . 2990 

Robinson, H. L. (Mrs.), Trites School Poll¬ 
ing Division, Delta Electoral District 2926 

Sayers, George, Port Haney Polling Divi¬ 
sion, Dewdney Electoral District . 2990 

Small, Reginald, Raft River Polling Divi¬ 
sion, Kamloops Electoral District . 2714 

Stewart, William Bernard, Keremeos Polling 
Division, Similkameen Electoral District.... 2714 
Watson, Annie, Aldergrove Polling Division, 

Delta Electoral District . 2925 


Worth, Thomas W., Okanagan Falls Polling 
Division, Similkameen Electoral District. .. 2925 
Louie, Tim, as a member of the Board of Man¬ 
agement, Mount St. Joseph's Hospital, Van¬ 


couver . 199 

McDonald, John Fraser— 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, Deaths, 
and Marriages, New Westminster and Lad¬ 
ner Registration Districts . 725 

As Deputy Gold Commissioner, New Westmin¬ 
ster Mining Division . 725 

As Deputy Government Agent, New Westmin¬ 
ster . 125 

As Deputy Land Commissioner, New West¬ 
minster Land Recording District . 125 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters, Delta, Dewd¬ 
ney, and New Westminster Electoral Dis¬ 
tricts . 125 

As Deputy Water Recorder, New Westminster 

Water District . 125 

MacDonald. Hon. Roderick Charles, as Acting 

Minister of Fisheries . 2990 

MacEacheran, Mark Everett, as Deputy Regis¬ 
trar of Voters. Fort George Electoral District 3823 
Mclnnes, Albert, as a member of the Board of 

Management, Mission Memorial Hospital. 647 

McKay. Sydney— 

As Judge of the Juvenile Court, North Van¬ 
couver Electoral District . 1753 

As Stipendiary Magistrate, and to exercise 
within a portion of the County of Vancou¬ 
ver the jurisdiction conferred by the “ Small 

Debts Courts Act ” ... 566 

Mackenzie, Henry Hector, as Deputy Coroner. 565 

McRae, Kenneth Douglas, as Stipendiary Magis¬ 
trate, County of Prince Rupert . 3823 

Manson, William J., as Stipendiary Magistrate, 
and to exercise within a portion of the County 
of Westminster the jurisdiction conferred by 

the “ Small Debts Courts Act ” . 2295 

Marlatt, Morice, as Stipendiary Magistrate, and 
to exercise within a portion of the County of 
Cariboo the jurisdiction conferred by the 

“ Small Debts Courts Act ” . 3689 

Marrion, Thomas James— 

As Clerk of the Peace, County of Yale. 869 

As Deputy Collector, Vernon Collection Dis¬ 
trict . 869 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, Deaths, 
and Marriages, Vernon Registration District 869 
As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme Court, 

Vernon Registry . 869 

As Deputy Gold Commissioner, Vernon Mining 

Division . 869 

As Deputy Government Agent, Vernon. 869 

As Deputy Land Commissioner, Osoyoos Land 

Recording District . 869 

As Deputy Mining Recorder, Vernon Mining 

Division . 869 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court, Yale. 869 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters, North Okana¬ 
gan Electoral District . 869 

As Deputy Water Recorder, Vernon Water 

District . 869 

As Issuer of Marriage Licences . 869 

Matheson, Mackenzie— 

As Judge of the Juvenile Court, City of Van¬ 
couver . 3053 

As Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver. 3053 

As Judge of the Family Court, City of Van¬ 
couver . 3053 

Matthew, William Lawrence, as Assessor, Cow- 

ichan Assessment District . 2713 

Mauris, Robert Gaston Victor— 

As Clerk of the Peace, County of Yale. 3335 

As Deputy Collector, Princeton and Kettle 
River Collection Districts . 3335 
































































































XIV 


INDEX, 1947. 


APPOINTMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


APPOINTMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


Mauris, Robert Gaston Victor— Continued. 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, Deaths, 
and Marriages, Penticton Registration Dis¬ 
trict . 3335 

As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme Court, 

Penticton Registry . 3335 

As Deputy Gold Commissioner, Osoyoos Min¬ 
ing Division . 3335 

As Deputy Government Agent, Penticton. 3335 

As Deputy Land Commissioner, Similkameen 

Land Recording District . 3335 

As Deputy Mining Recorder, Osoyoos Mining 

Division . 3335 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court, Yale. 3335 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters, Similkameen 

Electoral District . 3335 

As Deputy Water Recorder, Fairview Water 

District . 3335 

As Marriage Commissioner, Penticton Regis¬ 
tration District . 3335 

Morrell, Martin Stevens, as a member of the 
Board of Management, St. Joseph’s Hospital, 

Dawson Creek . 229 

Moseley, William Isaac, as a member of the 
Board of Management, Arrow Lakes Hospital, 

Nakusp . 2859 

Mulcahy, Patrick J., as Acting Deputy Minister 

of Mines . 2658 

Mulvaney, Lyster, as Stipendiary Magistrate, 
and to exercise within a portion of the County 
of Prince Rupert the jurisdiction conferred by 
the “ Small Debts Courts Act ” . 1241 


Nicholson, George Salier Willis, as Stipendiary 
Magistrate, and to exercise within a portion 
of the County of Nanaimo the jurisdiction 
conferred by the “ Small Debts Courts Act 3515 
O’Neill, Thomas, as Special Examiner, Supreme 


Court, Vancouver Registry . 3823 

Orchard, Chauncey Donald, as a member of the 
Board of Management, British Columbia Re¬ 
search Council . 1823 

Orr, William Shields, as Stipendiary Magistrate, 
and to exercise within the County of Prince 
Rupert the jurisdiction conferred by the 
“ Small Debts Courts Act ” . 3 


Palmer, Basil Frederick— 

As Deputy Collector, Slocan Collection District 2657 
As Deputy District Registrar of Births, Deaths, 
and Marriages, Kaslo Registration District.. 2657 
As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme Court, 

Kootenay Judicial District . 2657 

As Deputy Gold Commissioner, Ainsworth and 

Slocan Mining Divisions . 2657 

As Deputy Government Agent, Kaslo . 2657 

As Deputy Land Commissioner, Kaslo Land 

Recording District . 2657 

As Mining Recorder, Ainsworth Mining Divi¬ 
sion . 2657 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court, West 

Kootenay . 2657 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters, Kaslo-Slocan 

Electoral District . 2657 

As Deputy Water Recorder, Kaslo Water Dis¬ 
trict . 2657 

As Marriage Commissioner, Kaslo Registration 

District . 2657 

Pearson, Hon. George Sharratt, as acting Min¬ 
ister of Lands and Forests . 1307 

Pennington, Robert Arthur— 

As Commissioner of Municipal Superannuation 3115 

As Commissioner of Teachers’ Pensions . 3115 

As Deputy Provincial Secretary . 3115 

As Superannuation Commissioner . 3115 

As a Trustee, Municipal Superannuation Fund 3115 
“ Pharmacy Act ”— 

Board of Examiners— 

Davidson, John, F.L.S., F.B.S.E., Examiner 


in Botany . 3 

Gough, Bernard, B.Sc., Examiner in Chem¬ 
istry and Pharmacy . 3 

McGill, William W., Examiner in Dispensing 

and Prescriptions . 3 

Smith, John Edwin, Examiner in Materia 

Medica . 3 

Phillips, George Montague, as Registrar-General 

of Voters . 2091 

“ Public Inquiries Act ”— 

Commissioners to inquire into school taxa¬ 
tion— 

Bracewell, B. C. 2509 

Clark, J. T. 2509 

Grant, R. C. 2509 

Maclean, H. Alan, Chairman . 2509 

Sewell, R. R. F. 2509 

Stewart, J. A. 2509 

Sullivan, Harry Joseph, as a sole Commissioner 
to inquire into recent disturbances in Douk- 
hobor settlements . 2925 


“ Provincial Elections Act ”— 

Deputy Registrars of Voters, list of.2989, 3515 

Provincial Elections Commissioners, list of..229, 799 

“ Public Libraries Act ”— 

Public Library Commission— 

Lidster, Hugh Norman . 3515 

Robinson, Edgar Stewart . 3515 

Putnam, Hon. Frank, as Acting Minister of 

Education . 1823 

Rashleigh, Richard Harvey— 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters, Peace River 

Electoral District . 2368 

As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 
Marriages, Fort St. John Registration Dis¬ 
trict . 2368 

As Government Sub-agent, Fort St. John. 2368 

As Marriage Commissioner, Fort St. John 

Registration District . 2368 

As Sub-mining Recorder, Omineca, Stikine, 

and Peace River Mining Divisions . 2368 

Riches, John Horace, as Deputy Assessor, Ver¬ 
non Assessment District . 1917 

Robertson, Gilbert Heathcote, as a coroner. 1823 

Roddis, Albert Edward—- 

As Assessor, Atlin Assessment District. 2091 

As Clerk of the Peace, County of Prince 

Rupert . 2091 

As Collector, Atlin Collection District . 2091 

As Deputy Government Agent, Telegraph 

Creek . 2091 

As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 

Marriages, Atlin Registration District . 2091 

As District Registrar, Supreme Court, Atlin 

Registry . 2091 

As Gold Commissioner, Atlin Mining Division 2091 

As Government Agent, Atlin . 2091 

As Land Commissioner, Atlin Land Recording 

District . 2091 

As Marriage Commissioner, Atlin Registration 

District . 2091 

As Mining Recorder, Atlin Mining Division. 2091 

As Official Administrator, County of Prince 

Rupert . 1917 

As Registrar, County Court, Prince Rupert. 2091 

As Stipendiary Magistrate, and to exercise 
within a portion of the County of Prince 
Rupert the jurisdiction conferred by the 

“ Small Debts Courts Act ” . 2091 

As Water Recorder, Atlin Water District . 2091 

As a Coroner . 2167 

Rolph, Leonard Balfour, as Assessor, Quesnel 

Forks Assessment District . 1467 

Royal Jubilee Hospital— 

Board of Directors— 

McMullen, Ernest W. 1381 

Winslow, Francis Edward . 1381 

Wootton, Robert A. 1381 

Schubert, Trevor Earl, as Deputy Registrar of 

Voters, North Okanagan Electoral District. 3273 

Sharp, J. T., as Deputy Registrar of Voters, 

Comox Electoral District . 3179 

Shirras, John, as Commissioner of Provincial 

Police . 3273 

Sinnott, Patrick J., as Police Magistrate, City 
of Victoria . 2925 


Smythe, Ormond T., as Deputy Registrar of 
Voters, Cowichan-Newcastle Electoral District 3335 
Springford, Ormonde Granby— 

As Deputy Collector, Cowichan Collection Dis¬ 


trict . 3115 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, Deaths, 
and Marriages, Duncan Registration Dis¬ 
trict . 3115 

As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme Court, 

Duncan Registry . 3115 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court, Nanaimo 3115 

As Issuer of Marriage Licences . 3115 

St. Clair, Robert Coats, as Acting Deputy Min¬ 
ister of Forests and Chief Forester . 869 

Stewart, James M., as a member of the Board 
of Directors, P.G.E. Railway Co., under the 

“ Pacific Great Eastern Settlement Act ”. 647 

Stewart, Ronald MacDonald, as a Coroner . 427 

Sweeney, M. Leo, as a member of the Appeal 

Board under the “ Moving Pictures Act ”. 169 

Sykes, James Struthers, as Deputy Registrar of 

Voters, Similkameen Electoral District . 3115 

Tran, Charles Garfield— 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, Deaths, 
and Marriages, Stewart Registration Dis¬ 
trict . 2367 

As Government Sub-Agent, Stewart . 2367 

As Marriage Commissioner, Stewart Registra¬ 
tion District . 2367 

As Mining Recorder, Portland Canal Mining 
Division . 2367 






























































































INDEX, 1947. 


xv 


APPOINTMENTS— Continued. 


Page. 


ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued. 


Page. 


Tran, Charles Garfield— Continued. 

As Registrar of Voters, Atlin Electoral Dis¬ 
trict . 2367 

As Sub-mining Recorder, Skeena Mining Divi¬ 
sion . 2367 

Trickey, Howard N., as Stipendiary Magistrate, 
and to exercise within a portion of the County 
of New Westminster the jurisdiction conferred 

by the “ Small Debts Courts Act ” . 3395 

Vancouver General Hospital— 

Board of Directors— 

Desbrisay, A. C. 495 

McKeen, S. S. 495 

Vaughan, Alfred Shepherd, as Stipendiary Mag¬ 
istrate, and to exercise within a portion of the 
County of Cariboo the jurisdiction conferred 

by the “ Small Debts Courts Act ” . 3689 

Walker, Frederick James, as a member of the 
Board of Management, Skidegate Inlet Hos¬ 
pital, Queen Charlotte City . 2569 

Warnes, William, as a member of the Board of 
Management, St. George’s Hospital, Alert Bay 647 
Watson, Theodore Morden, as a Court of Revi¬ 
sion, Prince George Assessment District. 1545 

Whalley, James, as Stipendiary Magistrate, and 
to exercise within a portion of the County of 
Nanaimo the jurisdiction conferred by the 

“ Small Debts Courts Act ” . 2989 

White, William Gregory, as a Coroner . 2167 

Wilkinson, Robert, as a member of the Board of 
Trustees, under the “ Canteen Funds Act ”.... 2658 
Williams, James Barclay— 

As Judge of the Juvenile Court, Comox Elec¬ 
toral District . 3 

As Stipendiary Magistrate, and to exercise 
within a portion of the Counties of Vancou¬ 
ver and Nanaimo the jurisdiction conferred 

by the “ Small Debts Courts Act ” . 169 

Wiper, Kenneth George, as Deputy Registrar- 

General of Voters . 2091 

Wismer, Hon. Gordon Sylvester—- 

As Acting Minister of Education .1624, 3115 

As Minister of Labour . 3273 

Wood, Herbert S., as a Judge of the Family 

Court . 2367 

Wright, Alexander L., as a member of the Board 
of Directors, Vancouver General Hospital. 495 

Justices of the Peace: 

Auld, Herbert J., Forest Grove . 2091 

Barlow, Douglas W., Soda Creek . 2509 

Beevor-Potts, Lionel, Nanaimo . 869 

Burgess, G. H., M.D., Queen Charlotte City. 799 

Carson, Edward, Squamish . 647 

Evans, Owen H., Gabriola Island . 169 

Gurney, Thomas Broughton, Port Alberni. 2989 

Hart, William, Port Renfrew . 495 

Hicks, John M., Ocean Falls . 2569 

Hill, Thomas R., Kelowna . 647 

Lang, Noel Frederick, Chemainus ... 1823 

Maconnell, E. R., Birken . 3179 

Matheson, F. A., Essondale . 1917 

Morrow, Alan, Sandspit . 2989 

Muir, William Arthur, Flathead . 2569 

Munro, Colin Duncan, Grand Forks . 1545 

Neil, James Y., Sunset Prairie . 2367 

Ostler, William Leonard, Victoria . 2658 

Peachey, Roger, Victoria . 427 

Robson, Henry, Vancouver . 947 

Small, Reginald, Clearwater .-. 3273 

Wood, John Howard, Doe River . 1623 

Young, Hugo C., Renata . 2091 

Notaries Public: 

Anderson, Lettie, Golden . 1087 

Enderton, H. F., Fort St. John. 3453 

Garner, Brian Stewart, Britannia Beach. 725 

Graham, George, Butedale . 1381 

Greenlaw, Edna F., Lardeau . 3755 

Harris, Alan Moran Patrick, Britannia Beach ... 3823 

Hogan, Lewis Wily, Klemtu . 1545 

Mason, Harry Allan, Fort St. John . 2713 

Mattras. Charles J. T., Decker Lake . 1753 

Sneyd, Ralph E., Bella Coola . 1624 

Steel, Alfred Kennedy, Mayne Island . 3395 


ATTORNEY-GENERAL: 

“Constitutional Questions Determination Act”— 


Reasons for judgment given— 

Re “ Hours of Work Act ” . 1015 

Re Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Com¬ 
pany land grant ... 1885 

“ Creditors’ Relief Act,” amending . 3116 

“ Game Act ”— 

Game Regulations, 1947-48 ...-..-. 2373 

Amendment .—..,....2511, 2569 

Green Lake Game Reserve, establishing. 2511 


“ Game Act ”— Continued. 

Regulations covering payment of big-game 

trophy fees . 2511 

Regulations re bounties on noxious animals, 

amending . 2569 

Rescinding and substituting Game-tag Regula¬ 
tions .1179. 2511 

Rescinding certain game reserves and approv¬ 
ing Game-bird Feeding Regulations . 3181 

Stanley Park Game Reserve, establishing. 2570 

“Horse-racing Regulation Act,” regulations under 

. 1179, 1627 

"Juvenile Courts Act”— 

Juvenile Courts to be established at 

Agassiz . 2296 

Selma Park .-. 1T6A 

Redefining territorial jurisdiction at— 

Courtenay . 1754 

Ladysmith . 

Nanaimo . 1764 

“ Land Registry Act ”— 

Amending First Schedule . 1754 

Amending regulations .1308, 1626 

Remission of fees payable by a village munici¬ 
pality re blue-prints of subdivision plans. 1548 

“ Motor-vehicle Act,” amending regulations 

under . 2861 

“ Real-estate Agents’ Licensing Act,” real-estate 

agents qualification regulations . 365 

“ Supreme Court Act ”— 

Appointment of Deputy Official Stenographer 2570 
Rules relating to fees chargeable by official 
stenographers for transcripts, etc., made 

Rules of Court . 

Supreme Court Sittings, 1947- 

Winter Assize, Criminal . 3 

Spring Assizes, Criminal and Civil . 3 

Fall Assizes, Criminal and Civil . 4 

Pouce Coupe . 648 

Change in date . 1088 

Supreme Court Sittings, 1948— 

Winter Assize, Criminal . 3756 

Spring Assizes, Criminal and Civil, list of.... 3756 

Fall Assizes, Criminal and Civil, list of. 3756 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS OF MIN¬ 
ERAL CLAIMS, APPLICATIONS FOR: 


Alfie . U 

Alpha . 1472 

Antler . 053 

Baby Belle Fractional . 177 

Beaver No. 3 .-. H 

Beta . 1472 

Black Diamond . 3830 

Bonar . 1472 

Diane Nos. 1, 2 Fractional . 2799 

Donald Fractional . 2303 

Earl Nos. 1 and 2 . 502 

East . 177 

Eva Belle . 2799 

Free Gold . 11 

Gamma . 1472 

Gem . 1923 

Gladwin Fractional . 236 

Gladwin No. 1 Fractional . 236 

Gold Note . 11 

Golden Eagle Nos. 2, 3 . 3462 

Golden Eagle No. 5 . 3462 

Golden Glen . 1472 

Golden Horseshoe . 3121 

Golden Mabe . 1472 

Good Hope and Dorothea . 3403 

Good Hope Frac. 11 

H. & J. Nos. 1 to 9 . 11 

Hal Fractional . 2800 

Hal Nos. 1 to 3 ... 2800 

Hamber Nos. 1 to 3 . 11 

Hart . 11 

High Ore . 11 

Hugh’s Gold Mountain . 1472 

Hummer . 877 

Iamalone Fractional . 2451 

Jason Fractional ..,. 2175 

Keno . 1923 

Left Fractional . 2800 

Lion . 1552 

Little Gem No. 2 . 2304 

Little Gem No. 4 . 2304 

Little Gem No. 6 . 2304 

Little Joe . 2383 

Lloyd . 665 

Lloyd No. 2 ..._... 655 

Lucky J.R. 1472 

Lucky Jimmie . 1472 

Lucky Luke . 877 

Lumberjack ...;. 3121 

Mammoth Nos. 1, 2 . 1313 

Mc’s Ruby ...:.... 1472 














































































































































XVI 


INDEX, 1947. 


Page. 

CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS OF MIN¬ 
ERAL CLAIMS, APPLICATIONS FOR— Con¬ 
tinued. 


Mika Chahko . 11 

Minto Nos. 2, 3, . 655 

Moyeha Nos. 1, 2 . 655 

Nancy No. 3 . 2799 

Nancy No. 5 . 2799 

Nell’s Golden Lode Fr. 1472 

Pat . 1923 

Patullo Fractional . 11 

Patullo No. 2 . 11 

Paymaster . 1472 

Perseverance . 3121 

Pharoah Fractional . 3697 

Plutus Fraction . 1552 

Powder Frac. 655 

Prosperity Nos. 1 to 5 . 806 

Prosperity No. 7 . 806 

Prosperity No. 10 . 806 

Prosperity No. 11 . 806 

Queen Ann Fraction . 3687 

Queen Ann No. 1 . 3687 

Queen of Sheba Fractional . 3697 

Ready Bullion . 655 

Rex . 1923 

Sally Brown . 2383 

Sapphire Fractional . 2303 

Silver . 10 

Spitfire Nos. 1, 2 . 3059 

Standard Fraction . 2151 

Star No. 1 . 10 

Star No. 2 . 3281 

Sunnyboy Nos. 1 to 6 . 3059 

Tiger . 1552 

Tungsten King . 11 

Tungsten King Nos. 1 to 5 . 11 

Tungsten King No. 7 . 11 

Tyee No. 1 Fractional . 655 

Tyee Nos. 2, 3 . 655 

Vancouver Jubilee . 1472 

West . 177 

Xmas Nos. 1 to 6 Fractional . 502 


CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION: 

“ Civil Service Act, 1945,” amending regulations 


re granting of sick-leave . 3396 

COAL LICENCES, APPLICATIONS FOR: 

Cacchione, A. 733 

Gartrell, George N. 955 

Gaven, Fred . 1247 

Glover,' Francis . 115 

Hodgson, Edward . 1095 

M. J. Mullin & Sons . 3059 

Miller, Lloyd A. 955 

Spackman, William . 3060 

Wyllie, Robert W. 502 


COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD: 


“ Coal and Petroleum Products Control Board 
Act ”— 

Regulation 27 . 299 

Regulations 29, 30, 31 . 3583 

COMPANIES INCORPORATED: 

A. Williams, Ltd. 28 

A & A Advertising Services, Ltd. 1362 

A. & B. Holding Co., Ltd. 2550 

A.B.C. Appliances, Ltd. 853 

A.B.C. Enterprises, Ltd. 2637 

A. C. Distributors, Ltd. 338 

A.C.S. Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 3377 

A. E. West, Ltd.:. 3493 

A.E.A. Sales, Ltd. 1593 

A. J. McBain, Ltd. .. 43 

A. L. Bellerive Sawmills, Ltd. 268 

A. P. Andersen Lumber Yard, Ltd.. 342 

A. P. Glen, Ltd. 344 

A. R. Heater & Co., Ltd. 344 

Abbotsford Auto Sales, Ltd. 3617 

Abbotsford Brokerage & Realty Co., Ltd. 3375 

Abercrombie Investments, Ltd. 3793 

Aberdeen Block, Ltd. 2694 

Ace Car Sales, Ltd. 2273 

Ace Electric Service Co., Ltd. 706 

Ace Insulco, Ltd. 24 

Ace Welders, Ltd. 213 

Acme Radio, Ltd. 210 

Acorn, Ltd. 1799 

Acteon Logging Co., Ltd. 150 

Adams Pharmaca! Products, Ltd. 2693 

Adanac Salvage, Ltd. 274 

Admiral Furnishings, Ltd. 2483 

Advance Industries, Ltd. 616 

Advance Logging Co., Ltd. 2338 

Aero U-Drive of B.C.. Ltd. 267 


Page. 

COMPANIES INCORPORATED— Continued. 

Aerocrete Construction Co. (B.C.), Ltd.~. 2547 

Aeromotive Equipment, Ltd. 3095 

Ainslie Co., Ltd. 918 

Airforce Silver Cross Mothers’ Association, The 922 


Air-Seal Western, Ltd. 3494 

Aladdin Motor Car Sales, Ltd. 3247 

Alaska Highway Broadcasters, Ltd., The . 2276 

Alaska Highway Nurseries, Ltd. 2903 

Alaska Pine Purchasing Agency, Ltd. 337 

Alberni Bakeries, Ltd. 852 

Alberni Coal and Fuel Co., Ltd. 404 

Alberni Iron Works, Ltd.-. 1291 

Alberni Valley Transit Co., Ltd. 1595 

Alberta Furniture Co., Ltd.-. 207 

Albion Building Supplies, Ltd. 1127 

Albion Lumber & Millwork Co., Ltd. 1280 

Alcon Building System, Ltd. 1212 

Alcon Engineering Co., Ltd. 1214 

Alcon Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 1217 

Aldergrove Hotel Co., Ltd., The . 3495 

Alders, Ltd., The . 3376 

Aldersey and Lemare, Ltd. 2209 

Alhambra Caterers, Ltd. 2040 

Allied Engineering of B.C., Ltd. 549 

Allweather Insulation Co., Ltd. 1597 

Anderson Motors, Ltd. 2134 

Andrews and Manery, Ltd. 3255 

Anglo Fashions, Ltd. 1291 

Annable & Warfield Co-operative Transportation 

Society . 3029 

Apachoe Club . 3734 

April Point, Ltd. 693 

Aquapel Cement Paint, Ltd. 471 

Arbutus Apartments, Ltd. 1221 

Archer Products, Ltd. 2418 

Ardronan, Ltd. 1964 

Argo Pins, Ltd. 1726 

Argyle Contracting, Ltd. 2130 

Aristocratic Restaurants (1947), Ltd. 470 

Armstrong Pacific, Ltd. 3493 

Armtile, Ltd. 3495 

Art-Craft Boat Works, Ltd. 2827 

Arthur Angell Co., Ltd. 1866 

Arthur E. Spowage and Associates, Ltd. 1135 

Arton Lumber Co., Ltd. 2343 

Arts Centre of Greater Victoria . 2966 

Ashby Brothers, Ltd. 477 

Ashcroft Aquatic Club . 3625 

Associated Aero Services, Ltd. 47 

Associated Business Services, Ltd. 272 

Associated Frozen Foods, Ltd. 2695 

Associated Motor Industries, Ltd. 774 

Associated Producers. Ltd. 3738 

Associated Realtors, Ltd. 2634 

Association of Democratic Slavics . 2896 

Association of Fleet Supervisors . 468 

Atkinson Dredging Co., Ltd. (Non-Personal 

Liability) . 49 

Atlantic Pacific Packing Co., Ltd. 3032 

Atlas' Construction, Ltd. 2824 

Atlas Printers, Ltd. 699 

Atlin Ventures, Ltd. 543 

Auld-Phillips, Ltd. 3557 

Auto Radiators (Vernon), Ltd. 30 

Avola Mills, Ltd. 506 

Ayrkoast Co., Ltd. 3730 

B & K Fuels and Automotive, Ltd. 2131 

B.B. & S. Logging & Construction Co., Ltd., The 1969 

B.B.C. Construction Co., Ltd. 2040 

B.C. Angora Wool Producers Association Co¬ 
operative . 2549 

B.C. Building Contractors Association . 778 

B.C. Chinchilla Farms, Ltd. 211 

B.C. Clay Holdings, Ltd. 920 

B.C. Coach Lines (1947), Ltd. 701 

B.C. Entertainment Corporation. Ltd. 3438 

B.C. Fir (Sechelt), Ltd. 994 

B.C. Fishermen’s Independent Co-operative Asso¬ 
ciation . 851 

B.C. Footwear, Ltd. 3729 

B.C. Hardwood & Millwork, Ltd. 1596 

B.C. Holdings, Ltd. 854 

B.C. Insecticides, Ltd. 993 

B.C. Interior Fish, Game and Forest Protective 

Association . 1071 

B.C. Interior Sales, Ltd. 607 

B.C. Interior Sawmills, Ltd.. 405 

B.C. Lapin, Ltd. 8561 

B.C. Laundromatics. Ltd. 3027 

B.C. Medico Dental Building, Ltd. 2413 

B.C. Nut Growers . 1517 

B.C. Pilots Mutual Benefit Association. 923 

B.C. Protectivephone Co., Ltd. 3091 

B.C. Slocan-Rambler Mines (1947), Ltd. (Non- 

Personal Liability) . ' . 2137 

B.C. Ventilated Awning Co., Ltd. 2336 

B.C. Water Transport Co., Ltd. 3491 

B.C. Woolcraft, Ltd. 993 
















































































































































































INDEX, 1947. 


XVII 


COMPANIES INCORPORATED— Continued. 

B.C. World s Brotherhood of Nations Society, 


B. F. Flesher Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 3032 

B. L. Johnson Walton Co., Ltd. 2414 

B.N.A. Publishing Co., Ltd. 614 

B. W. Greer & Son (1947), Ltd.693 

B. X. Ranch, Ltd. 2333 

Baird Ranches, Ltd. 1001 

Baker Island Logging Co., Ltd. 3154 

Baker Signs, Ltd. 1286 

Bakerette, Ltd., The . 2696 

Baldwin Contracting Co., Ltd. 336 

Bamboo Holdings, Ltd. 2897 

Band Instruments. Ltd. 2135 

Banks Brothers Delivery, Ltd. 1603 

Bargain Harbour Marine Co., Ltd. 548 

Barkwills, Ltd. 541 

Barr and Kennedy, Ltd. 404 

Barrel, Ltd., The >.. 3434 

Barrie Chalmers, Ltd. 3313 

Bay Coffee Shop, Ltd. 2035 

Bay Construction, Ltd. 549 

Baylaw Sawmills, Ltd. 546 

Beach Grove Poultry Farm, Ltd. 335 

Beamish, Pilling & Cole, Ltd. 208 

Beaufort Hotels, Ltd. 3496 

Beck Hardware Co., Ltd. 1865 

Begg’s Meat Market, Ltd. 26 

Bell Electric, Ltd. 3797 

Bennett’s Food Centre, Ltd. 2551 

Bentonite Products, Ltd. 1129 

Best & Fry, Ltd. 2688 

Bestowal Motors, Ltd. 2280 

Bestway Sales, Ltd. 849 

Bharat Lumber Co., Ltd. 2205 

Big 4 Canadian Rugby Football League. 2547 

Biltmore Cafe. Ltd. 1732 

Bird Motors. Ltd. 3256 

Black & White Cabs (Vancouver), Ltd. 2129 

Black-Hill Motors, Ltd. 3861 

Black Top Cabs, Ltd. 846 

Blair Investments, Ltd. 1598 

Blue Boy Blueberry Co., Ltd. 2639 

Blue Jay Mining Syndicate, Ltd. 920 

Blue Ridge Mountain Guest Ranch, Ltd. 1221 

Border Airways, Ltd. 209 

Botanie Lumber Co., Ltd. 2132 

Bouchie Lake Women’s Institute . 1427 

Boughey Bay Logging Co., Ltd. 2207 

Bow-Horne Women’s Institute . 3152 

Bowladrome Amusement Co., Ltd., The. 1359 

Boye Construction, Ltd. 1961 

Brake Drum & Shoe Service, Ltd. 995 

Brander Transportation, Ltd. 36 

Brandon U-Drive, Ltd. 2635 

Bridge Creek Lumber, Ltd. 3553 

Bridgeway Bonded Parcel Service, Ltd. 3152 

Brighton Apartments, Ltd. 1601 

Brite Spot Locker Service, Ltd. 2416 

British American Insurance Agencies, Ltd. 773 

British Columbia Aviation Council . 270 

British Columbia Casket Co., Ltd. 2549 

British Columbia Midget Auto Racing Associa¬ 
tion . 3557 

British Columbia Photo Engravers Association.. 1070 

British Columbia Surgical Society, The . 1129 

British Motorcycles, Ltd. 771 

Brooks-Ferguson Enterprises, Ltd. 2281 

Brown Brothers (Cranberry), Ltd. 2039 

Browns River Timber Co., Ltd.2279 

Bryan-Craddock Co., Ltd. 1596 

Bryce Electric, Ltd. 3618 

Buffalo Creek Women’s Institute . 1429 

Bugler Brand Advertising Agency, Ltd. 42 

Bugler Brand Radio Sales Agency, Ltd. 41 

Bullock Lake Cattle Co., Ltd. 1072 

Burdick Stock Ranch, Ltd. 1862 

Burnaby Electrical Co., Ltd. 1727 

Burnaby Funeral Directors (1947), Ltd. 546 

Burnaby Heat & Plumbing, Ltd. 3032 

Burnaby Hospital Society . 3491 

Burnett Saw Chains, Ltd. 21 

Burns Hi-Bake Finishes, Ltd. 1971 

Burn’s Lake Co-operative Association . 3254 

Burn’s Lake Co-operative Exchange . 3257 

Burrard Building Operators, Ltd. 3437 

Burrard Holdings, Ltd. 848 

Burrard Navigation Co., Ltd. 3255 

Burrard Products, Ltd. 781 

Burrows & Sons Thriftway, Ltd. 1863 

Burtch & Co., Ltd. 694 

Business Relations Counsellors, Ltd. 929 

Buster Bayne, Ltd. 994 

Butchart’s Motors, Ltd. 24 

Bute Logging Co., Ltd. 3312 

Buyers’ Co-operative Association . 622 

Byers Timber Sales & Service, Ltd. 2415 

C. Wenger Lumber Co., Ltd. 43 


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COMPANIES INCORPORATED— Continued. 


C & C Transportation Co., Ltd. 3562 

C & W Loggers, Ltd. 1601 

C. C. Dan (1947), Ltd. 1964 

C.F. & C. Lumber, Ltd. 2336 

C. J. McDowell Plumbing & Heating, Ltd. 340 

C. J. Munro, Ltd. 3552 

C. M. Eadie Lumber Co., Ltd. 406 

C. W. Swanson Industries, Ltd. 2826 

Cafe Boheme, Ltd. 2896 

Caldwell Henderson Automatic Machine Co., 

Ltd. 2902 

Cambie Medical Dental, Ltd. 1290 

Cambie Radio & Electric Co., Ltd. 146 

Cambie Resaw & Planing Mills, Ltd. 916 

Camels Society . 351 

Cameo Cleaners, Ltd. 471 

Cameron & Woodward Insurance Agencies, Ltd. 925 

Campbell & Hamilton, Ltd. 467 

Campbell Builders Supplies, Ltd. 3621 

Campbell Motors (1947), Ltd. 2037 

Campbell Reid Footwear, Ltd. . 48 

Campbell River Garage Co., Ltd. 2897 

Campbell River Memorial Recreation and Youth 

Centre . 2635 

Camwood Co., Ltd. 3320 

Canada-India Association . 3625 

Canada Pulp Products, Ltd. 3437 

Canadian Legion. B.E.S.L., Branch No. 40, Pen¬ 
ticton, B.C. Society . 3796 

Canadian Temple of the More Abundant Life, 

The . 2549 

Canadian Wood Pipe & Tanks (1947), Ltd. 1876 

Canavan Electric, Ltd. 2339 

Canford Lumber Co., Ltd. 1132 

Canyon Logging & Lumber Co., Ltd. 3620 

Capilano Crushing Co., Ltd. 31 

Capilano Hardware, Ltd. 2631 

Capilano Industries, Ltd. 702 

Capilano Ratepayers’ Association . 2418 

Capilano Towing Co., Ltd. 2488 

Capital City Tally Ho and Sightseeing Co., Ltd. 2132 

Capitol Hill Taxi Co., Ltd. 149 

Caravan Lines, Ltd. 1800 

Caravan Motor Court, Ltd. 3316 

Cariboo Construction Co., Ltd. 3804 

Cariboo Gold Sands, Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility) . 847 

Carlsen’s, Ltd. 1126 

Carmichael Lumber Co., Ltd. 18 

Cartwright Paint, Ltd. 3152 

Casa Loma Bungalows, Ltd. 3560 

Cascade Air Service, Ltd. 928 

Cascade Contractors, Ltd. 926 

Cascade Wood Products, Ltd. 3030 

Castle City Bakery, Ltd. 2138 

Cattermole & Laird, Ltd. 1514 

Cavallin Bros., Ltd. 3492 

Cawston Women’s Institute . 1430 

Cecil Clark (Kamloops), Ltd. 1514 

Cecil Holdings, Ltd. 20 

Central AOTS Council, The . 2487 

Central Credit Bureau, Ltd. 1434 

Central Island Contractors, Ltd. 2692 

Central Trust Co. of Canada, The . 1868 

Centre Electric & Lighting Engineering Co., 


Challenger Cartographers, Ltd. 2265 

Chappell’s Boat Works, Ltd. 46 

Chark Holdings, Ltd. . 3159 

Charlie Marks, Ltd. 1129 

Chas. Dawson (1947), Ltd. 401 

Chefmaster Foods, Ltd. 469 

Chehalis Mills, Ltd. 1969 

Cheng, Ltd.:. 1434 

Cheslatta Farmers’ Institute . 2484 

Chilco Ranches, Ltd. 1435 

Chilliwack Dehydrated Grasses, Ltd. 3254 

Chilliwack Furniture Supply, Ltd. 3033 

Chilliwack Garage, Ltd. 2129 

Chilliwack Taxi, Ltd. 3378 

China Creek Lumber Co., Ltd. 1868 

Chinese Public School Society, The . 1730 

Chinese Social and Athletic Association . 1971 

Christian Creek Lumber Co.. Ltd. 2206 

Christiansen & Howard, Ltd. 1861 

Chrom-o-Craft, Ltd. 3494 

Churchland Boat Works, Ltd. 44 

Cine Supply, Ltd. 31 

Citizens’ Rehabilitation Council of Greater Vic¬ 
toria . 1358 

City Auto Sales, Ltd. 2335 

City Bus Service, Ltd. 1285 

City Cafes, Ltd. 3157 

City Cartage Co., Ltd. 32 

Civic Action Association . 24 

Clancy’s Pastries, Ltd. 1969 

Clarke Auto Supply, Ltd. 794 

Claverhouse Clothes, Ltd. 273 




































































































































































































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INDEX, 1947. 


Page. 

COMPANIES INCORPORATED— Continued. 


Clayton Logging, Ltd.;.. 212 

Clearwater Hotel, Ltd. 2825 

Clearwater Seed Farm, Ltd. 2210 

Clement Consulting Services, Ltd. 3089 

Cleveland Equipment Co., Ltd. 3492 

Clinton Clothes, Ltd. 3314 

Clinton Lime Holdings, Ltd. 1290 

Cloverdale Paint Factory, Ltd. 2277 

Coal-O-Mcvtic, Ltd. 2417 

Coast Motors (1947), Ltd. 544 

Coast Restaurants, Ltd. 1875 

Coast Roofing & Supply Co., Ltd. 2133 

Coast Wood Products, Ltd. 1728 

Coastal Agencies and Distributors, Ltd. 1728 

Coastal Services, Ltd. 1876 

Coffey Bros. Tie Mill, Ltd. 409 

Coin Recreations, Ltd. 409 

Collingwood & District Memorial Center Com¬ 
munity Association . 1732 

Colonial Agencies, Ltd. 3153 

Columbia-Arrow Navigation Co., Ltd. 776 

Columbia Bowling Alleys, Ltd. 2826 

Columbia Distributors, Ltd. 2278 

Columbia Hotel (1947), Ltd. 1522 

Columbia Neighbourhood Centre, The . 3435 

Columbia Potato Growers Association . 38 

Columbia Recreations, Ltd. 1517 

Columbia Sawmills, Ltd. 1219 

Columbia Woods, Ltd. 35 

Colwood Holdings, Ltd. 3098 

Commercial Business Machines, Ltd. 337 

Commercial Hotel (Nanaimo), Ltd. 3561 

Commonwealth Society . 335 

Commonwealth Traders, Ltd. 995 

Community Builders, Ltd. 3619 

Community Chest of Greater New Westminster 2901 

Compact Homes, Ltd. 3318 

Conley Little, Ltd. 613 

Connaught Woodcrafts, Ltd. 2130 

Consolidated Cleaners & Dyers, Ltd. 1875 

Consolidated Holding Co.( Ltd. 737 

Consumers Finance Corporation, Ltd. 1291 

Consumers Sawmills, Ltd. 1867 

Continental Dri Ice Refrigeration, Ltd. 3739 

Continental Explorers, Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility) . 407 

Continental Investment Corporation, Ltd. 1281 

Continental Motors, Ltd. 1126 

Coon Creek Mill, Ltd. 2960 

Copland Motor Service, Ltd. 1223 

Copp The Shoe Man, Ltd. 48 

Copper Hill Bus Line, Ltd. 1125 

Copp’s Shoe Store, Ltd. 51 

Coquitlam and Fraser Mills Athletic Association, 

The . 1285 

Coquitlam Holdings, Ltd. 2423 

Corbett, Patton & Bennett Agencies, Ltd. 3491 

Corbin Development, Ltd. 2337 

Cordova Bay Community Club . 3732 

Cornel Sawmills, Ltd. 2207 

Council for Guidance of Handicapped . 1357 

Courtenay Recreational Association . 470 

Cowichan Enterprizes, Ltd. 776 

Cowichan Golf and Country Club . 2487 

Cranbrook Courier Co., Ltd., The . 2692 

Cranbrook District Ambulance Association . 544 

Crane & Lodor Rental Service, Ltd. 50 

Crayharven, Ltd. 542 

Credit Reports Bureau, Ltd. 1220 

Creighton-Horswill Construction Co., Ltd. 1519 

Crescent Investments, Ltd. 3033 

Creston Packers, Ltd. 1130 

Creston Valley Sick Benefit Association . 3377 

Cristall Norge, Ltd. 2902 

Crockett & Co., Ltd. 1221 

Crossman & Co., Ltd. 1690 

Cumberland Transportation Co., Ltd. 3433 

Cunningham Development Co., Ltd. 2034 

Cunningham Taxi, Ltd. 3376 

Custom Builders and Supply Co., Ltd. 922 

Cyclos Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 3621 

D. & E. Logging Co., Ltd. 1726 

D. & J. Logging Co., Ltd. 919 

D.M.C. Construction, Ltd. 2484 

D. W. Lownie, Ltd. 3094 

Darfield Development Co., Ltd. 23 

Darnell Lumber Co., Ltd. 2135 

Dave’s Garage, Ltd..'.. 1805 

David Swanney, Ltd. 2829 

Davies & Grey Co., Ltd. 1440 

Davies Construction Co., Ltd. 25 

Davies-Duclos Electric Co., Ltd. 1517 

Davis Hotel, Ltd. 1133 

Dawson & Hall, Ltd. 27 

Dawson Taxi, Ltd. 1731 

Day Holdings, Ltd. 2636 

Daykin and Co., Ltd. 705 

Daykin’s, Ltd. 1071 


Page. 

COMPANIES INCORPORATED— Continued. 

De Luxe Fishing & Hunting Guide Service, Ltd... 2205 
Decker Lake Community Hall Association, The.. 999 


Dehydrated Grasses, Ltd. 39 

Delica-Chick, Ltd. 3313 

Delmonte Hotel Co., Ltd. 3555 

Delta Flour Mills, Ltd. 508 

Delta-Highland Boy Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal 

Liability) . 466 

Delta Supply, Ltd. 2483 

Devon Cafe (1948), Ltd. 3738 

Dew Drop Inn, Ltd. 3554 

Dewis Transport and Garage Co., Ltd. 916 

Diamond Horseshoe Cabaret, Ltd. 471 

Digby Island Ratepayers Society . 3621 

Dilley Real Estate, Ltd. 18 

Dodd & Steele, Ltd. 848 

Dola Towing Co., Ltd. 27 

Dolman Logging Co., Ltd. 2486 

Dominion Map & Blue Print, Ltd. 335 

Dorman Logging Co., Ltd. 3155 

Douglas Lumber Co., Ltd. 3733 

Douglas Tire Service, Ltd. 3081 

Dove Messenger & Delivery System, Ltd., The.... 2549 

Dowling & Sons, Ltd. 775 

Downard Finance Co., Ltd. 550 

Dragon Lake Guest Ranch, Ltd. 1363 

Drayton, Turton & Tomlinson, Ltd. 694 

Drummond Nanton, Ltd. 994 

Dud’s. Ltd. 1800 

Dueck Brothers Holding Co., Ltd. 3494 

Dumac Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Liability). 2547 

Dunbar-West Point Grey Community Associa¬ 
tion . 52 

Duncan Aero Club . 2417 

Duncan Produce, Ltd. 2635 

Dunlevy Motors, Ltd. 3438 

Dunlevy U-Drive, Ltd. 3498 

Dunrobin Farms, Ltd. 23 

Dutch Girl, Ltd. 771 

Dyck Brothers, Ltd. 2548 

E. H. Shockley & Son, Ltd. 1803 

Eaglecrest Estates, Ltd. 1353 

Eagleridge Properties, Ltd. 928 

East Chilliwack Fruit Growers’ Co-operative 

Association, The . 550 

East End Dairies (1947), Ltd. 1796 

East End Lumber (Prince George), Ltd. 2900 

East End Pharmacy, Ltd. 3430 

East Richmond Community Association. 2487 

Eccles Rand. Ltd. 2551 

Ed. Foote’s Hardware, Ltd. 1064 

Eddie’s Enterprises, Ltd. 471 

Edvan Leduc Oils, Ltd. (Non-Personal Liability) 1804 

Ekolite, Ltd. 1363 

El Luis Motor Court, Ltd. 700 

El Toro (B.C.) Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility) . 2205 

Eldorado Arms, Ltd., The . 1215 

Elgin Placers, Ltd. 3436 

Elliott Sawmills, Ltd. 1282 

Ellsmith Lumber Co., Ltd. 272 

Elva, Ltd. 2826 

Emerald Cleaners, Ltd. 3491 

Emerald Logging Co., Ltd. 2210 

Emmanuel Pentecostal Church, of New West¬ 
minster, B.C., Canada . 19 

Empire Machinery, Ltd. 701 

Enderby Co-operative Association . 1804 

Engineered Buildings (B.C.), Ltd. 145 

Equity Investments, Ltd. 3157 

Erickson Co-operative Union . 271 

Eriks Towing Co., Ltd. 922 

Ernest Dann, Ltd. 2826 

Evans Industries, Ltd. 2134 

Eveleigh Logging Co., Ltd. 2337 

Everest Upholstery Co., Ltd. 465 

Everready Sawmills, Ltd. 50 

Exnaco Club, The . 45 

Extension Lumber Co., Ltd. 923 

F. Ritter & Co. (1947), Ltd. 3797 

F. & M. Insurance Agencies, Ltd. 3091 

F. G. Meredith Co., Ltd. 3377 

Fairline Furnishing Co. Ltd. 2422 

Falconer. Ltd. 38 

Falk Bros. & Co., Ltd. 2339 

Farmers Association of North Mission . 1073 

Fat’s Taxi, Ltd. 3619 

Fcarman Timber Co., Ltd. 2209 

Federal Supply Co., Ltd. 613 

Fedosoff Lumber Co., Ltd. 32 

Field Trading Co., Ltd. 3560 

Finchwood Golf Club, Ltd. 2546 

First Church of the Nazarene, Vancouver. 1069 

Fisheries Finance Corporation, Ltd. 1353 

Fishers Engineering, Ltd. 21 

Flavelle Cedar, Ltd. 3565 

Fleet Tire Service, Ltd. 3379 

Fleetwood Logging Co., Ltd., The .•.. 3496 




























































































































































































INDEX, 1947. 


xix 


COMPANIES INCORPORATED— Continued. 


Page. 


COMPANIES INCORPORATED— Continued. 


Page. 


Floormaster Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 3250 

Fog Systems, Ltd. 773 

Fogg Motors-U-Drive, Ltd. 3097 

Forbes Bay Logging Co., Ltd. 3730 

Forbes-Wilson, Ltd. 1877 

Ford Building, Ltd. 3030 

Forest Lawn Funeral Directors, Ltd. 268 

Fortin Apartments, Ltd. 1284 

Forum Service & Motor Sales, Ltd. 2413 

Forward Logging Co., Ltd. 468 

Foundation Finance, Ltd. 207 

Fox’s Dry Goods, Ltd. 1733 

Fraborne Sawmills, Ltd. 3154 

Francois Lake Women’s Institute . 1431 

Frank H. Wiley & Son, Ltd. 3621 

Frank T. Ross & Sons, Ltd. 2827 

Franks & Sons Construction, Ltd. 273 

Fraser Bench Lands, Ltd. 1805 

Fraser Glass Co., Ltd. 1289 

Fraser Holdings, Ltd. 1730 

Fraser Properties No. 1, Ltd. 479 

Fraser Properties No. 2, Ltd. 478 

Fraser River Dredging Co., Ltd. 3796 

Fraser Sash and Door Co., Ltd. 1592 

Fraser Valley Co-operative Fruit Sales Federa¬ 
tion . 693 


Fraser Valley Turkey Improvement Association 1133 


Fred Asher, Ltd. 3496 

Fred’s Meat Market, Ltd. 402 

Free Temple Emanuel Congregation . 1000 

Freeman Logging Co., Ltd. 2281 

Frew Bros., Ltd. 154 

Friendship Club of Harrison Mills . 1962 

Frostrup Construction Co., Ltd. 1866 

Fruitvale Community Welfare Society . 51 

Fruitvale Ratepayers Association . 3373 

Fulford Lumber Co., Ltd. 1286 

G. & B. Logging Co., Ltd. 916 

G. O. Nesbitt & Son Co., Ltd. 2545 

G.S. Electric Co., Ltd. 42 

G.S. Electric Sales & Service, Ltd. 3558 

Garden Bowling Centre, Ltd. 1128 

Garden Supplies, Ltd. 2631 

Garman Sheet Metal, Ltd... 1359 

Garmat Pleasure Craft, Ltd. 155 

Garvin Appliances, Ltd. 150 

Gasoldrome Service, Ltd. 995 

Gateway Motors, Ltd. 405 

Gauley Bros., Ltd. 3733 

Gehrke Stationery & Printing Co., Ltd. 1431 

General Kelp Sales, Ltd. 3031 

General Plumbing and Heating Co., Ltd. 695 

General Sea Transportation, Ltd. 3793 

George Dybhavn, Ltd. 1433 

George Jackson Furniture, Ltd. 268 

George Sparling, Ltd. 345 

George W. Moore & Co., Ltd. 3028 

Georgia Auto Sales, Ltd. 2967 

Georgia Recreations, Ltd. 33 

Gerard, Ltd. 2634 


Giant Mines & Metals, Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 


bility) . 

Gibson & Sutherland Saw Service. Ltd. 

Gibson MacNeal Logging Co., Ltd. 

Gibson Stores, Ltd. 

Gibson Transportation Co., Ltd. 

Gifford Machinery Sales Co., Ltd. 

Glacier Ice, Ltd. 

Gladwell Motors, Ltd. 

Glamor Photography, Ltd. 

Glenlea Lodge, Ltd. . 

Globe Distributors, Ltd. 

Glosjar, Ltd. 

Gloucester Furniture, Ltd. 

Goddards, Ltd. 

Gold Bridge Community Club . 

Gold Canyon Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Liabil¬ 
ity) . 

Golden City Bowling Alleys, Ltd. 

Golden Contact Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility) . 

Golden West Lodge, Ltd. 

Goldway Peak Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility) . 

Goletas Logging Co., Ltd. : . 

Golf-Pool, Ltd. 

Gordon’s Furniture, Ltd. 

Gourley’s Marine Outfitters, Ltd. 

Governor Gold Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility) . 

Grand Forks Volunteer Fire Department Benev¬ 
olent Society . 

Grandview Resorts, Ltd. 

Grandview U-Drive, Ltd. 

Granite Bay Timber, Ltd. 

Grant & Sons Litho, Ltd. 

Grant Brothers Auto Clinic, Ltd. 

Granville Brothers, Ltd. 


33 

274 

3793 

1969 

341 

1594 

409 

845 

701 

1440 

775 

1525 

1069 

50 

3256 

152 

2968 

544 

1513 

611 

2966 

3799 

917 

1222 

546 

1603 

1220 

2415 

3433 

2544 

2896 

2897 


Granville Motors, Ltd. 2041 

Graydon J. Ford, Ltd. 

Grays Apparel Shops, Ltd. 3489 

Graystone Affiliates, Ltd. 39 

Great West Quiz Society . 3260 

Greensides & Dorval, Ltd. 2695 

Greenwood Archers, The . 1290 

Greenwood Land & Development Co., Ltd. 3314 

Grosskleg & Trueman, Ltd. 613 

Gulf Motors, Ltd. ^09 

Gulf Shore Marine, Ltd. 621 

Gwen-Lyn Manor, Ltd. 1863 

H. Hadley & Sons Wood Products, Ltd. 2416 

H. & L. Towing, Ltd. 3379 

H. C. Good, Ltd. 19 68 

H. C. Rhodes Bakery Equipment, Ltd. 3313 

H. M.S. Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 1802 

Haida Holdings, Ltd. 

Haida Trading Co., Ltd. 269 

Halfway District Stockmen’s Association, The ... 923 

Hall & Lacey, Ltd. 1222 

Hall Bros., Ltd. 701 

Hallam Investments, Ltd. 1219 

Harbour Marine Service, Ltd. 34 

Harbour Sawmills, Ltd. 273 

Harbour Services. Ltd. 1967 

Harnell Clothes. Ltd. 1601 

Harold’s U-Drive, Ltd. 1598 

Hart & Howes, Ltd. 1290 

Hasler Bros., Ltd. 2828 

Hassell Bros., Ltd. 1594 

Hastings Agencies, Ltd. 216 

Hastings Hardware, Ltd. 3553 

Hawkins Auto Parts, Ltd. 3029 

Hawkins Motors U-Drive, Ltd. 2343 

Hayes Rubber Products, Ltd. 2205 

Heat Seal Insulation & Roofing (V.I.), Ltd. 507 

Hedley Gordon Gold Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal 

Liability) . 1288 

Hegglund Hansen & Green, Ltd. 548 

Henderson Hume Mechanical Devices Co., Ltd... 2895 

Henry Singer (B.C.), Ltd. 2967 

Hesperus, Ltd. 616 

Hetherington Lumber Co., Ltd. 269 

Highbury Service, Ltd. 545 

Highway Accommodations, Ltd. 3376 

Highway Garage, Ltd. 2274 

Highway Logging Co., Ltd. 1801 

Hillcrest Market, Ltd. 508 

Hobson Christie Building Co., Ltd. 695 

Hoffman & Son, Ltd. 1596 

Holly Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 3158 

Holmes and Wade, Ltd. 3434 

Home Comfort Distributors, Ltd. 3437 

Home Improvements, Ltd. 3253 

Homer Sales, Ltd. 401 

Homes Sales and Services, Ltd. 3316 

Hong Kong Importing Co., Ltd. 2964 

Hoover Lake Shingle Co., Ltd. 1437 

Hoover Sawmill, Ltd. 1803 

Hope & District Medical Centre Association. 812 

Hope Evangelical Lutheran Church of Victoria 551 

Hope Point Holdings, Ltd. 2963 

Hope-Skagit Co., Ltd. 1597 

Hope Women’s Community Club . 2335 

Hornby Holdings No. 1, Ltd. 43 

Hornby Holdings No. 2, Ltd. 41 

Horsefly Women’s Institute, The . 1432 

Hotel Eddy, Ltd. 3434 

Housemart, Ltd., The . 2273 

Houston Women’s Institute . 1433 

Howe Sound Lines, Ltd. 773 

Hoyle & Stevens, Ltd. 3155 

Hub Aviation Co., Ltd. 30 

Hub City Hotel, Ltd. 1526 

Hub Garage, Ltd. 3249 

Hub Realty, Ltd. 1967 

Hudsons Hardware, Ltd. 3090 

Hugh J. MacLeod & Co., Ltd. 2334 

Hughes Realty, Ltd. 1970 

Hume Hotel, Ltd. 1441 

Hume Truck Line, Ltd. 2212 

Humphreys & McConnell (B.C.), Ltd. 477 

Hunter Homes, Ltd. 466 

IXL Bakeries, Ltd. 700 

I. X.L. Dry Cleaners, Ltd. 2211 

Icelandic Old Folks Home Society . 1440 

Ideal Concrete Co., Ltd. 2638 

Imperial Casket Co., Ltd. 146 

Independent Distributors, Ltd. 853 

Independent Lumber Co., Ltd. 2333 

Industrial Development Co., Ltd. 28 

Industrial Distributors, Ltd. 269 

Industrial Inter-Communications Co. of B.C., 

Ltd . 506 

Industrial Powers, Ltd. 1725 

Industrial Relations, Ltd. 2635 

Ingledew’s (Victoria), Ltd. 3802 






























































































































































































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INDEX, 1947. 


. Page. 

COMPANIES INCORPORATED— Continued. 


Inland Construction Co., Ltd. 777 

Inland Trucking, Ltd. 919 

Inter City Oil Transit, Ltd. 2965 

Interior Advertising Co., Ltd. 3865 

Interior Credit Grantors Bureau, Ltd. 33 

Interior Development Co., Ltd. (Non-Personal 

Liability) . 267 

Interior Industrial Electric, Ltd. 212 

Interline Forwarders, Ltd. . 1591 

International Enterprises, Ltd. 3488 

International Jewellers, 1947, Ltd. 1729 

International Master Mariners Club, The . 3033 

Irish Bay Timber Co., Ltd. 2825 

Island Credits, Ltd. 3373 

Island Development Co., Ltd. 2898 

Island Enterprises, Ltd. 45 

Island Equipment Co., Ltd. 2904 

Island Heights Gold Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal 

Liability) . 2415 

Island Lands, Ltd. 1613 

Island Radiators, Ltd. 210 

Island Radiators (Victoria), Ltd. 1520 

Island Radio and Recording, Ltd. 2486 

J. Milton. Ltd. 26 

J. A. Quinn & Co., Ltd. 2485 

J-B Shoes, Ltd. 1437 

J. B. Yates & Co., Ltd. 151 

J. C. Little & Co., Ltd. 612 

J. C. Pickard Holdings, Ltd. 705 

J. D. Howard, Ltd. ...,. 2282 

J. H. Huscroft, Ltd. 31 

J. H. Kelsey, Ltd. .. 147 

J. M. Cowan and Co., Ltd. 1289 

J. R. Miller & Co., Ltd. 1070 

J. T. Services, Ltd. 38 

Jack Frost Frozen Foods, Ltd. 924 

Jack Fuhr, Ltd. 620 

Jack Lindsay, Ltd. 338 

Jacques’ Holdings, Ltd. 1285 

James A. Cooper Plastering Co., Ltd. 3491 

James Goldthorpe Co., Ltd., The . 3493 

James T. Auld & Co., Ltd. 3315 

Jane Kaye Cosmetics, Ltd. 271 

Jas. S. Black, Ltd. 40 

Jax, Ltd. 1513 

Joe Foster & Son, Ltd. 2340 

Joe’s Motor Sales and Service, Ltd. 3155 

John Sankey, Ltd. 3552 

Johnson Pole & Piling Co., Ltd. 40 

Johnson’s Radio & Electric, Ltd. 1362 

Johnston Bros. Holding Co., Ltd. 1519 

Johnstone Mills, Ltd. 3029 

Jonper Mining and Exploration Co., Ltd. (Non- 

Personal Liability) . 547 

Joycraft Shops, Ltd. 3554 

K W Manufacturing Co., Ltd., The . 3249 

Kabatoff Mining & Logging Co., Ltd. 1966 

Kaiann Construction Co., Ltd. 3249 

Kaien Island Stages, Ltd. 3862 

Kamloops & District Fruit & Vegetable Grow¬ 
ers Co-operative Association . 3495 

Kamloops Canadian Legion Junior Symphony 

Orchestra Society, The . 784 

Kamloops Investment Co., Ltd. 3795 

Kantor Bros. Distributors, Ltd. 614 

Kaslo Sawmills, Ltd. 1799 

Kavanagh Soap Co., Ltd. 3095 

Keeley Lumber Co., Ltd. 469 

Kelley Assets, Ltd. 3157 

Kelowna and District Consumers Co-opefative 

Association . 2041 

Kelowna Delicatessen Shop, Ltd. 46 

Kelowna Machine Shop, Ltd. 2632 

Kelsey-Johnson, Ltd. 548 

Kensington Cafe, Ltd. 2138 

Kent Chemicals, Ltd. 3791 

Kenward Realty, Ltd. 2281 

Kerrisdale Drug Store, Ltd. 3161 

Kettle Tea and Coffee Co., Ltd. 1064 

Kettle Valley Lumber Co.. Ltd. 1357 

Keyes Construction Co., Ltd. 924 

Kiddie Kone Shops, Ltd. 1284 

Killarney Co-operative Building Society . 547 

Kimberley and District Community Chest of 

Kimberley . 3097 

Kimberley Artificial Ice Society, The . 2344 

Kimberley Medical & Hospital Services Society.. 339 

Kimberley Ski Club . 1729 

King Edward Hotel (Revelstoke), Ltd. 2418 

King Furniture Co., Ltd.. The . 772 

King Mining Co., Ltd. (Non-Personal Liability) 3153 

Kingsdale Motors, Ltd. 2903 

Kingsway Ambulance Services, Ltd. 3317 

Kingsway Construction Co., Ltd. 3099 

Kingsway Hotel Co., Ltd. 3374 

Kingsway Motors, Ltd. 1968 

Kingsway Refrigeration Co., Ltd. 3316 

Kingsway Truck Equipment, Ltd. 1430 


Page. 

COMPANIES INCORPORATED— -Continued. 


Kingsway U-Drive, Ltd. 3095 

Kinnaird, Robson and Castlegar Welfare and 

Recreation Society .<:. 850 

Kinsmen Club of Kamloops, B.C., The . 3315 

Kippen’s, Ltd. 1801 

Kirmak Holdings, Ltd. 1525 

Kitsilano War Memorial Community Centre Asso¬ 
ciation . 1518 

Klitsa Taxis, Ltd. 771 

Klitsa View Store Co., Ltd. 1438 

Kloepfer Holdings. Ltd. 696 

Kneen’s Builders Supplies, Ltd.1. 3027 

Knight & Giles, Ltd. 3732 

Kootenay Lake Mines, Ltd. 1215 

Kootenay Lake Motors, Ltd. 470 

Korpack Cement Products Co., Ltd. 847 

Kwong Duck Lung Co., Ltd. 846 

L. A. Anderson Timber Products, Ltd. 2546 

L. A. Construction Co., Ltd. 3559 

L. A. McKenzie Construction Co., Ltd. 3709 

L. D. Davidson, Ltd. 411 

L. J. McKinnon, Ltd. 410 

L. L. Johnson, Ltd. 925 

La Riviera, Ltd. 1728 

Labour Relations News Release, Ltd. 1224 

Lac La Hache Holdings, Ltd. 150 

Lac La Hache Lumber Co., Ltd. 1870 

Ladysmith Co-operative Association . 3729 

Lake Cowichan Elks Association . 1806 

Lake Cowichan Hotel Co., Ltd. 2828 

Lake District Timber Co., Ltd. 998 

Lake Freight Lines, Ltd. 2692 

Lakemount Farms, Ltd. 3031 

Lakeside Lumber Co., Ltd. 472 

Lakeview Hotel (Salmon Arm), Ltd. 1725 

Lancashire Investments, Ltd. 53 

Langley Fruit Packers, Ltd. 19 

Larwill’s, Ltd. .i. 3620 

Laughing Man Placers, Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility) . 1282 

Lauk’s Seaview Grill, Ltd. 1220 

Launderettes, Ltd. .. 2206 

Laurance & Lawrence Trucking, Ltd. 997 

Laurier Club of Victoria and Lower Vancouver 

Island, The .,. 272 

Laurie’s Pie Co., Ltd. 3621 

Lawson Logging, Ltd. 1221 

Le Beau Cartage & Contracting, Ltd. 2211 

Leah Lands, Ltd. 1863 

Leboe Bros. Sawmills, Ltd. 1219 

Leduc Selections, Ltd. 2279 

Leland Hotel, Ltd. 1524 

Lemery-Denison, Ltd. 150 

Leroy Brothers Logging Co., Ltd. 1803 

Leslie House, Ltd. 3257 

Lift-a-Lite, Ltd. 3496 

Lightning Creek Gold Alluvials, Ltd. 1361 

Lillooet Community Hall Association . 3864 

Lillooet Co-operative Growers’ Association . 211 

Lillooet Fall Fair Association . 2132 

Lillooet Growers, Ltd. 155 

Lineham McLeod Jewellers, Ltd. 1970 

Lions Club of Maple Ridge . 470 

Lions’ Gate Flying Club, Ltd. 2695 

Lisle Edwards Meats, Ltd. . 2039 

Lister Co-operative Association, The . 1805 

Lister Huscroft Women’s Institute . 1433 

Litekraft, Ltd. 3733 

Little & Loat Equipment, Ltd. 2131 

Little Fort Hotel Co., Ltd. 3251 

Little Mountain Hospital, Ltd. 1727 

Little Mountain U-Drive, Ltd. 3154 

Lloyd’s Dairy, Ltd. 1971 

Loan Service Corporation, Ltd. 51 

Locator’s (Advertising), Ltd. 2423 

Lohlein and Gyles, Ltd. 1070 

Long Motors, Ltd. 737 

Looy’s Cafe, Ltd. 267 

Lower Mainland Fur Breeders Association of 

B.C. 3255 

Lulu Island Motors, Ltd. 152 

Lumber Transportation, Ltd. 3556 

Lumby & District Veterans Hall Society, The. 1221 

Lumby Timber Co., Ltd. 3375 

Luney Bros. & Hamilton, Ltd. 1864 

Lush and Jones, Ltd. 2035 

Lynd Marine. Ltd. 3256 

Lynn Gravel Co., Ltd. 1435 

Lynnwood Holdings, Ltd. 2482 

McAlpine Electric, Ltd. 2133 

McClain Holdings, Ltd. 3617 

McConnell Creek Farmers' Institute, The. 340 

McCuish, Smith & Warren, Ltd. 2134 

MacDougall & Pyke Construction, Ltd. 3311 

McDougall Memorial Hall Society . 272 

McEwen Meyer Trucking Transporting Co.. Ltd. 3728 

MacGregor Holdings, Ltd. 1876 

McKague Lumber Co., Ltd. 1431 
























































































































































































INDEX, 1947. 


xxi 


COMPANIES INCORPORATED — Continued. 

MacKay, Woodman and McKinnon Packers, Ltd. 3562 


McKelvie Estates. Ltd. 613 

McKone Pre-Loader, Ltd. 1960 

McLeod Cleaners, Ltd. 342 

McMillan Brothers. Ltd. 697 

M. & M. Cartage, Ltd. 467 

M & R Heating Co., Ltd. 3560 

M. & R. Logging Co., Ltd. 1734 

M. A. Durland Drilling Co., Ltd. 2487 

Machachinis, Ltd. 774 

Madsen’s Carpet & Linoleums, Ltd. 1439 

Mail-Me-Monday Bookkeeping and Tax Service, 

Ltd. 209 

Mail-Me-Monday Service, Ltd. 27 

Main Auto Sales, Ltd. 1513 

Main Taxi, Ltd. 1292 

Mainland Clay Products, Ltd. 3094 

Mainland Construction Co., Ltd. 3558 

Mainland Forest Products Co., Ltd. 1438 

Malahat Beach Garage, Ltd. 3252 

Malpass Lumber & Poles, Ltd. 777 

Mamette Sawmills, Ltd. 1958 

Manatree Lumber Co., Ltd. . 998 

Manhattan Corp., Ltd. 34 

Manning Timber Products, Ltd. 783 

Manson Bros., Ltd. 3798 

Mapelleaf Farm, Ltd. 1729 

Maple Grove Lumber Co., Ltd. 1355 

Maple Ridge Hospital Association . 2138 

Marallo Company, Ltd. 23 

Marble Bay Logging Co., Ltd. 2963 

Marche Toggery, Ltd. 2207 

Margaret Private Hospital, Ltd., The . 3739 

Marine Express Lines, Ltd. 465 

Marjorie Hamilton, Ltd. 2637 

Marlime, Ltd. 996 

Marpole Chamber of Commerce . 2485 

Marpole Theatres, Ltd. 344 

Marpole U-Drive, Ltd. 149 

Marr Hotel, Ltd., The . 1069 

Marrell Holdings, Ltd. 783 

Marshall’s Optical Service, Ltd. 848 

Martin Frulling, Ltd. 1866 

Martin Mine, Ltd. (Non-Personal Liability), The 2280 

Marysville & District Community Chest, The. 2133 

Marysville Lumber Co., Ltd. 1354 

Mason Enterprises, Ltd. 1732 

Massett Shipyards, Ltd. 3731 

Master Bakers Flour Mills, Ltd. 478 

Matsqui, Sumas and Abbotsford, Fish, Game 

and Forest Protective Association . 2141 

Max Co., Ltd., The . 3317 

Maxwell Refrigeration, Ltd. 1215 

Medical Equipment, Ltd. 2828 

Med-O-Vale Co-operative Association . 1518 

Med-O-Vale Estates, Ltd. 1354 

Meehan’s Meat Market, Ltd. 3623 

Mellor Bros. & Co. (1947), Ltd. 1964 

Melody Lane Restaurants, Ltd. 26 

Memorial Airpark Association of Greater Vic¬ 
toria . 271 

Mennonite Supporting Society . 2138 

Meridian Lodge, Ltd. 2692 

Merifield & Waters, Ltd. 207 

Merritt Moving & Storage, Ltd. 2035 

Merritt Oddfellows Association . 28 

Metalkote Paint Co., Ltd. 1436 

Metered Music Co., Ltd. 546 

Michel Beauty Salon, Ltd. 339 

Midnight Inn. Ltd. 38 

Midtown Holdings, Ltd. 1131 

Midway Motors, Ltd. 1353 

Mighty Co., Ltd., The . 994 

Milan’s, Ltd. 1436 

Mill Lake Women’s Institute . 2636 

Miller & Kidd, Ltd. 32 

Mills Holdings, Ltd. 3027 

Milner Community Association . 2547 

Mining Resources, Ltd. 1428 

Minstrel Island Machine Works, Ltd. 3488 

Mission City Motors U-Drive, Ltd. 700 

Mission Creek Mooring, Ltd. 920 

Mission Stages. Ltd. 614 

Mission Taxi, Ltd. 999 

Mission Transportation, Ltd. 1727 

Mitchell and Currie, Ltd. 3377 

Mobile Sawmills & Engineering, Ltd. 1591 

Moccasin Mines. Ltd. 2899 

Model Investments, Ltd. 1801 

Model Motors, Ltd. 2129 

Moh Creek Logging Co., Ltd., The . 2488 

Mohawk Ski Club . 467 

Moloney Logging Co., Ltd. 45 

Monarch Construction Co., Ltd. 1875 

Monte Creek Ranch, Ltd. 3556 

Montrose Holdings, Ltd. 2038 

Montrose Hotel Co., Ltd. 2336 

Morkill Development Co., Ltd. 1001 


Page. 

COMPANIES INCORPORATED— -Continued. 


Morrill Investments, Ltd. 2135 

Morrison Export & Trading Co., Ltd. 25 

Morrissey Creek Lumber Co., Ltd. 1281 

Mott Electric Motor Repair, Ltd. 2278 

Mount Stephen Hotel, Ltd. 3492 

Mount View Hotel (1947), Ltd. 3030 

Mountain Gardens Nursery, Ltd., The . 2611 

Mowat-Grant, Ltd. 273 

Muirs Hardware, Ltd. 2636 

Mulhern Investments, Ltd. 39 

N. Nelson & Co., Ltd. 928 

Nabob Holdings, Ltd. 2417 

Nairn Bros. Foundry Co., Ltd. . 3315 

NaloB Lumber, Ltd. 1963 

Nan Isle Trucking, Ltd. 2634 

Nanaimo Enterprises, Ltd. 3092 

Nanaimo Finance Corporation, Ltd. 917 

Nanaimo Forest Products, Ltd. 19 

Nanaimo Italian-Canadian Circle, The . 2207 

Nanaimo Veterans’ Housing Enterprises. 271 

Naramata Women’s Institute .. 2634 

Nascou Mills, Ltd. 1515 

National All-Steel Buildings, Ltd. 3494 

National Drive-In Theatres, Ltd. 49 

National Furniture (New Westminster), Ltd. 3312 

National Industries, Ltd. 3091 

National Photo Arts, Ltd. 336 

Naval Officers’ Association of British Columbia, 

The . 2830 

Nechako Chronicle, Ltd. 2483 

Nelson H. Reid, Ltd. 339 

Nelson Hotel (Union Bay), Ltd. 549 

Nelson Shoe Co., Ltd. 3560 

Nel-Trail General Distributors, Ltd. 3378 

Neoglow Signs, Ltd. 1594 

Neptune Agencies, Ltd. 778 

Nettleton Investments, Ltd. 410 

New Aluminium Products, Ltd. 3099 

New Empress Holdings, Ltd. 915 

New Life Publication Society, The . 3740 

New Westminster Y’s Men’s Club . 27 

New W.K. Supper Club, Ltd. 23 

Newlands Golf and Country Club, Ltd. 1218 

Newton Co-operative Association . 1726 

Newton Hatcheries, Ltd. 3797 

Nichols Contracting and Plastering Co., Ltd. 772 

Nimpkish Trading Co., Ltd. 3556 

Nite-Lite Signs, Ltd. 2344 

Noble Sawmills, Ltd.. 847 

Noonday Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Liability) 3251 

Norman L. Armstrong, Ltd. 922 

Norrington’s Bakery, Ltd. 214 

Norse Electric, Ltd. 2824 

North American Research Institute, Ltd. 915 

North Fraser Lake Women’s Institute . 1434 

North Fraser U-Drive, Ltd. 927 

North Kamloops Fuel Co., Ltd. 783 

North Pacific Contractors, Ltd. 3028 

North Pacific Heating Co., Ltd. 2337 

North Pacific Sales Co., Ltd. 411 

North Vancouver Motorcycle Club . 3729 

North West Cleaners & Dyers, Ltd. 3030 

North West Fur Co., Ltd. 704 

North West Marine Repairs, Ltd. 1218 

Northern Cold Storage, Ltd. 22 

Northern Dairies, Ltd. 698 

Northern Interior Forest Products, Ltd. 1216 

Northern Shingle Co., Ltd. 1797 

Northern Waters Shellfish Canners, Ltd. 772 

Northwest Builders Supplies, Ltd. 52 

Northwest Cotton Co., Ltd. 3315 

Northwest Hotels, Ltd. 845 

Northwest Society of Dental Medicine . 147 

Northwoods Products, Ltd. 338 

Nova Lite Advertising, Ltd. 3157 

Oak Bay Athletic Club . 611 

Oakview Apartments, Ltd. 151 

Occidental Export and Import Co., Ltd. 919 

Ocean Falls Emergency Benevolent Society . 1069 

Ocean Falls General Hospital Society . 147 

Ocean Trading Co., Ltd. 1692 

Odeon Theatres (British Columbia), Ltd. 3559 

Office Furniture Store, Ltd. 812 

Official Sporting Goods Co., Ltd., The . 2039 

Ogden Holdings, Ltd. 622 

Oil Transport (B.C.), Ltd. 1001 

Okanagan Air Services, Ltd. 1283 

Okanagan Distributing Co., Ltd. 22 

Okanagan Valley Telephone Co., Ltd. 3558 

Old Veterans Self Help Society, The . 1429 

Old World Bakeries, Ltd. 1360 

Olive Mae Dress Shop, Ltd. 2486 

Oliver Co-operative Store Association . 145 

Oliver Elks Community Theatre Benevolent 

Society . 443 

Oliver Garage Co., Ltd. 3551 

Olund Bros., Ltd. 24 

138 West Hastings, Ltd. 48 






































































































































































































XXII 


INDEX, 1947. 


Page. 

COMPANIES INCORPORATED— Continued. 


1335 Howe Street, Ltd. 1965 

O’Neil Glass & Paint, Ltd. 35 

Onyxite (B.C.), Ltd. 1129 

Oral (Canada), Ltd. 1438 

Orchard City Laundry, Ltd. 20 

Orchards Accessories Supply Co., Ltd. 551 

Oreck’s 5c. to $5 Stores, Ltd. 1726 

O’Reillys Bakery, Ltd. 3557 

Orinda, Ltd. 17 

Oscar Cheek, Ltd. 1217 

Oscar Swanson, Ltd. 1430 

Owen Bay Co-operative Association . 480 

Owen Paulson (Alberni), Ltd. 3432 

P. & H. Sawmills, Ltd. 1432 

P. & M. Trucking, Ltd. 1604 

P.M. Products (1947), Ltd. 52 

P. W. Willis, Ltd. 544 

Pacific Air Transport, Ltd. 410 

Pacific Alloy Corporation, Ltd. 1965 

Pacific Amino Industries, Ltd. 2693 

Pacific Apparel, Ltd. 335 

Pacific Bedding Co., Ltd. 3432 

Pacific Camera, Ltd. 776 

Pacific Coast Copper, Ltd. 1516 

Pacific Coast Hotels, Ltd. 1427 

Pacific Coast Services, Ltd. 2695 

Pacific Coast Steel Corporation, Ltd. 2964 

Pacific Enterprises Co., Ltd. 1440 

Pacific Exporters, Ltd. 30 

Pacific Film Corporation, Ltd. 3249 

Pacific Fur Breeders Co-operative Association. 2038 

Pacific Holdings, Ltd. 3795 

Pacific Hosiery, Ltd. 478 

Pacific Marine Industries, Ltd. 915 

Pacific Marine Supplies, Ltd. 1359 

Pacific Realty Co., Ltd. 1292 

Pacific Rug Co., Ltd. 3378 

Pacific Sky Club . 3622 

Pacific Theatres, Ltd. 3090 

Pacific Truck & Trailer, Ltd. 214 

Pacific Veterans Holding Co., Ltd. 1436 

Painter’s Fishing Resort, Ltd. 3727 

Palling Women’s Institute . 1436 

Palms Grill, Ltd., The . 1130 

Paper Strap Sales, Ltd. 3432 

Paramount Electric, Ltd. 1284 

Paramound Industries, Ltd. 3861 

Paris Beauty Supplies, Ltd. 468 

Park Mansions Co., Ltd. 2340 

Parker’s Clothing, Ltd. 1799 

Pass Logging Co., Ltd. 2208 

Pasternak’s, Ltd. 3155 

Patent Development Co., Ltd. 3311 

Paterson Millwork Co., Ltd. 850 

Patricia Hotel, Ltd. 37 

Pat-Sali Glass Intaglio, Ltd. 3153 

Peace River Natural Gas Co., Ltd. 3794 

Peacock Auto Court, Ltd. 2694 

Pender Harbour Hospital Society . 1001 

Penolite, Ltd. 996 

Penticton Board of Trade Building Association 612 

Penticton Dairy & Ice Cream Co., Ltd. 3311 

Penticton Engineering Works, Ltd. 209 

Penticton Feed & Supplies, Ltd. 212 

Perfection Upholsterers, Ltd. 31 

Perfex Chemicals, Ltd. 1224 

Personal Cleaners, Ltd. 1805 

Petrogas Sales, Ltd. 1692 

Phia, Ltd. 2967 

Phillips Handicrafts, Ltd. 1595 

Phoenix Printing Co., Ltd. 1799 

Piggott-Anderson, Ltd. 2693 

Pillars, Ltd., The . 479 

Pilot Lumber Co., Ltd. 3620 

Pioneer Foundry & Machine Works, Ltd. 3489 

Pioneer Towing Co., Ltd. 700 

Pitt Lands, Ltd. 1354 

Pitt’s Tire Service, Ltd. 336 

Plasti-Kote Western, Ltd. 3435 

Pocklingtons’, Ltd. 3730 

Point Grey Chamber of Commerce . 1866 

Pointer of Canada, Ltd. 3739 

Pollock Motors, Ltd. 472 

Port Alberni Canadian Legion Building Society.. 1128 

Port Alberni Construction Co., Ltd. 784 

Port Alberni Theatres, Ltd. 1427 

Port Coquitlam Woodwork, Ltd. 1281 

Postrite, Ltd. 3800 

Power Dam Mines, Ltd. 704 

Pratt Machinery Sales, Ltd. 3617 

Precise Engineering, Ltd. 560 

Precision Concrete Products, Ltd. 345 

Premier Cement Products, Ltd. 1215 

Prescription Pharmacy, Ltd., The . 1725 

Preston Motors, Ltd. 2548 

Price Printing, Ltd. 34 

Prince George Export Lumber, Ltd. 772 


Page. 

COMPANIES INCORPORATED— Continued. 


Prince George Golf and Country Club, Ltd. 2037 

Prince George Scandinavian Society . 1603 

Prince Rupert Aero Club . 1131 

Prince Rupert Roofing Co., Ltd. 1223 

Princess Petroleum Co., Ltd. (Non-Personal 

Liability) .2274 

Princeton and District World War II Memorial 

Association . 1734 

Princeton Box and Lumber Co., Ltd. 1223 

Princeton Groceteria, Ltd. 36 

Prosper Gold Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility) . 1967 

Protein Products, Ltd. 506 

Proven Insulation & Roofing Co., Ltd. 1877 

Prudential Holdings, Ltd. 31 

Psychiatric Nurses Association, The . 2823 

Pugh Bros., Ltd. 36 

Pullen Motor Transport, Ltd. 2898 

Pumicide, Ltd. 44 

Purcell’s Trucking Co., Ltd. 3554 

Purity Feed Co., Ltd. 3435 

Puro Sales, Ltd. 32 

Quadways, Ltd. 2638 

Queen Charlotte City Community Club, The. 778 

Queens Hotel (1947), Ltd. 2823 

Quesnel Sawmills, Ltd. 1692 

R & J Falling Co., Ltd. 1222 

R. A. MacDonald Logging, Ltd. 3793 

R. B. Coleman Trucking Co., Ltd. 543 

R K & B Properties, Ltd. 3253 

R. T. Dierks, Ltd. 1868 

Radiator Specialists, Ltd. 33 

Railway Employees’ Medical Aid Association of 

British Columbia . 51 

Rainbow Lumber Co., Ltd. 621 

Ranch Hotel, Ltd., The . 467 

Ranger Gold Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility) . 1966 

Ray Holbrook & Co., Ltd. 2036 

Recordio Sales, Ltd. 997 

Recreation Council of Greater Victoria . 612 

Red Barge Line, Ltd. 2829 

Red Mountain Ski Club Society, The . 2141 

Red’s Rose Co., Ltd. 699 

Reed, Dussault Co., Ltd. 1731 

Regal Building Supplies, Ltd. 848 

Regina Holdings, Ltd. 3489 

Reid’s Western Sales, Ltd. 336 

Rembar Engineering, Ltd. 26 

Renfrew Stores, Ltd. 403 

Reo Vancouver Sales, Ltd. 402 

Reschke Coal, Ltd. 3794 

Revelstoke Bungalows, Ltd. 270 

Rex Holdings, Ltd. 1071 

Rex Theatre Co., Ltd. 1962 

Rhodes Cleaners & Pressers, Ltd. 919 

Richisle Players & Film Co., Ltd. 3559 

Richmond Hill Mining Co., Ltd. (Non-Personal 

Liability) . 145 

Richmond Times, Ltd. 1430 

Rick’s Hauling and Trucking Co., Ltd. 2208 

Ridley Ice, Ltd. 3497 

Rihia Mining Co., Ltd. 1965 

Ripley’s, Ltd. 2037 

Ritchie Equipment Co., Ltd. 3494 

Riviera Cafe, Ltd. 2133 

Roberts Creek Improvement Association, The .... 37 

Robertson Finance Co., Ltd. 1800 

Robinson & Hindle Implements, Ltd. 3029 

Robison Service Station, Ltd. 3373 

Robson Street Garage, Ltd. 3093 

Rocanen Engineering Co., Ltd. 2040 

Rock Point Logging, Ltd. 1876 

Rogers Assets, Ltd. 3728 

Rogers Timber Products, Ltd. 1222 

Roller Skating Rink Operators’ Association of 

Canada . 2130 

Rolling Motors, Ltd. 3863 

Rollins Machinery, Ltd. 643 

Rose Lake Livestock Association . 468 

Rose Memorial Hospital Society . 694 

Rosebank Transport, Ltd. 1868 

Roselawn Funeral Directors, Ltd. 1514 

Rosenau Bros., Ltd. 3861 

Rosetown Apartments, Ltd. 274 

Rossland Welfare Society, The . 62 

Rotary Club of Vernon . 407 

Rotter Logging Co., Ltd. 3254 

Roughton & Leslie, Ltd. 40 

Royal City Saddle Club . 925 

Royston Motors, Ltd. 45 

Rudels Coffee Shop, Ltd. 1437 

Ruma Laboratories, Ltd. 406 

Rush Transfer & Storage, Ltd. 2276 

Rustad Bros. & Co., Ltd. 2338 

Rutherford McRae, Ltd. 1068 

Rutherford Motors, Ltd. 401 

Rutland Bowling Alleys, Ltd. 1360 






























































































































































































INDEX, 1947. 


xxm 


COMPANIES INCORPORATED— Continued. 


Pace. 


COMPANIES INCORPORATED— Continued. 


Page. 


S & B Vermin Exterminators, Ltd. 993 

S & S Construction Co., Ltd. 21 

S & W Loggers, Ltd. 49 

S.I.L. Sales, Ltd. 916 

S. J. Peden, Ltd. 2962 

S.M. Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 1514 

S.T. & T„ Ltd. 1732 

Sabine Trucks & Equipment, Ltd. 3864 

Sackville Holdings, Ltd. 1435 

Salmon Arm Ratepayers Association . 2825 

Salmon Arm Recreations, Ltd. 2338 

Salmon Arm U-Drive, Ltd. 1355 

Sam Hansen Garage and Equipment Co., Ltd. .. 3551 

Sam Julius Corporation, Ltd. 1731 

Samis Realty, Ltd. 1520 

San Salvador Resort, Ltd. 702 

Sandner Box, Ltd., The . 340 

Sangha Lumber Co., Ltd. 345 

Sapperton Motors, Ltd. 3153 

Sargents, Robin & Sait, Ltd. 2962 

Savona Community Association, The . 3248 

Sayward Islands Electrical Sales and Service, 

Ltd. 1214 

Scanlon Holdings, Ltd. 3619 

Schroter Electronics, Ltd. 407 

Scott-Foster, Ltd. 1602 

Sea Crest Fisheries, Ltd. 1131 

Sea Island (Unit 285) Holdings, Ltd. 2039 

Seaboard Paving Co., Ltd. 48 

Seacrest Apartments, Ltd. 2901 

Seal-Kap Dairy, Ltd. 1734 

Sealand Products, Ltd. 479 

Sears (Chilliwack), Ltd. 2968 

Sears (Fraser), Ltd. 706 

Seasonal Food Stores, Ltd. 854 

Seaway Lumber & Builders’ Supplies, Ltd. 32 

Sedlack and Smith, Ltd. 3090 

Select Shopping Service, Ltd. 3433 

Serbian-Canadian National Home Society . 551 

Service Enterprises, Ltd. 3433 

Service Machine & Welding Co., Ltd. 1068 

Sey-Lyn Recreations . 623 

Seymour & Carwithen Logging Co., Ltd. 2208 

Seymour Auto Sales, Ltd. 771 

Seymour Park Lumber Co., Ltd. 2903 

Seymour U-Drive, Ltd. 1864 

Shamrock Lunch, Ltd. 3373 

Shannon Cleaners, Ltd. 2486 

Sharon Mennonite Collegiate Institute . 338 

Sharp Sheet Metal, Ltd. 3318 

Sharpe’s Electric Service, Ltd. 1600 

Shavers Bench Improvement Association . 24 

Shaw Dental Laboratories (Western), Ltd. 2828 

Shawnigan Saw Mills, Ltd. 1731 

Shillam Garage, Ltd. 1279 

Shirley Holdings, Ltd. 1223 

Shuswap Development Co., Ltd. 1429 

Sidney Bay Logging Co., Ltd. 1217 

Sidney Cold Storage, Ltd. 2271 

Sigalet Bros., Ltd. 1867 

Sign-Ads (B.C.), Ltd. 774 

Signal Desk Corporation, Ltd. 1132 

Silk Hat, Ltd. 3734 

Sil-Van Mining Syndicate, Ltd. (Non-Personal 

Liability) . 1515 

Silver Bounty Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility) . 401 

Silver Giant Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal Liability) 852 

Silver Load Logging Co., Ltd. 2343 

Silver Standard Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal 

Liability) . 25 

Silver Star Finance Corporation, Ltd. 3553 

Sinclair Homesites, Ltd. 35 

Sinclair Stores, Ltd. 3314 

Sirdar Community Hall . 922 

Six Mile Hotel, Ltd. 1727 

Skeena Air Transport, Ltd. 3097 

Skidmore and Sons, Ltd. 3729 

Sky Ads, Ltd. 3032 

Slate Creek Placers, Ltd. 2484 

Smith Auto Sales, Ltd. 3030 

Society of Christ Healing and Teaching, The .... 52 

Sokar Enterprises, Ltd. 1861 

Soloway Hotels, Ltd. 2206 

Somass Hotel, Ltd. 1218 

Sonnyboy Holding Co., Ltd. (Non-Personal 

Liability) . 3092 

Soo Valley Lumber Co., Ltd. 1591 

Sooke Lockers and Butcher Co., Ltd. 3155 

Sooke Shingles, Ltd. 1002 

Sound Construction, Ltd. 3316 

South Burnaby Athletic Association, The . 3096 

South Canoe Women’s Institute . 1435 

South Dawson Community Club . 926 

South Granville Community Bible Church . 3488 

South Hill Publishers, Ltd. 1281 

South Vancouver Island Rangers Unit No. 1 . 2275 


Souther Construction Co., Ltd. 

Southern B.C. Airways, Ltd. 

Specialty Sales & Services, Ltd. 

Speed Attractions, Ltd. 

Speirs & Co., Ltd. 

Spencer Bushe and Co., Ltd. 

Springbank Dehydration, Ltd. 

Squamish Fishing & Packing Co., Ltd. 

Squamish Towing and Contracting Co., Ltd. 

St. George’s Hospital Society . 

Stacy’s (West Vancouver), Ltd. 

Standard Cabs, Ltd. 

Standard Fire Equipment Co., Ltd. 

Standard Marine Services, Ltd. 

Standard Supply Centre, Ltd. 

Stanley Holdings, Ltd. 

Star Sawmills, Ltd. 

Stattler Sawmills, Ltd. 

Stearman’s Holdings, Ltd. 

Steelmaster Co., Ltd., The . 

Steelrad Investments. Ltd. 

Sterling Hardware, Ltd. 

Steveston Hotel, Ltd. 

Stewart E. Pineo, Ltd. 

Stoke Creek Logging Co., Ltd. 

Stolbert & Fennings Industrial Contractors Co., 

Ltd. 

Stone Brothers, Ltd. 

Stop & Shop Co., Ltd. 

Stovoline, Ltd. 

Strand Taxi, Ltd. 

Strang Co-operative Building Society . 

Strathcona Lodge School . 

Strom Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Struthers Stores, Ltd. 

Style Beauty Shop, Ltd. 

Sujan Investments, Ltd. 

Sumas Recreation Centre Association . 

Summit Contractors, Ltd. 

Summit Logging & Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Summit Mines, Ltd. 

Sunny Brae Dairy, Ltd. 

Sunnyside Co-operative Association . 

Sunnyside Sawmills, Ltd. 

Sunset Electrical, Ltd. 

Sunset Furniture, Ltd. 

Sunset Service, Ltd. 

Sunset Supplies, Ltd. 

Sunset Timbers, Ltd. 

Sunshine Housing, Ltd. 

Sunshine Lardeau Mines, Ltd. (Non-Personal 

Liability) . 

Sunshine Motel, Ltd. 

Sunshine Valley Co-operative Society . 

Superior Finance, Ltd. 

Superior Refrigeration Co., Ltd. 

Supreme Furniture Co., Ltd. 

Surrey Memorial Hospital Society . 

Surrey Produce Co., Ltd. 

Sutherland Bakery (Enderby), Ltd. 

Swan River Logging Co., Ltd. 

Swann & Wagner, Ltd. 

Swedish Rest Home Association, The . 

Sylvan Food Products, Ltd. 

T. Enemark Truck Logging Co., Ltd. 

T. & H. Trucking, Ltd. 

T. & L. Music Corporation, Ltd. 

T. C. Morgan, Ltd. 

T. G. Wilson and Co., Ltd. 

Taber Lumber Sales, Ltd. 

Tabor Creek Sawmills, Ltd. 

Taghum Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Tall Timber Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Tape and Warmington, Ltd. 

Ta-Weel Lake Fishing Camp, Ltd. 

Taylor & White, Ltd. 

Tech-Ni-Cote Distributors, Ltd. 

Terminal Auto Sales, Ltd. 

Terminal City Cabs. Ltd. 

Terrace Court, Ltd. 

Terrace Women’s Institute . 

Texware Corporation, Ltd. 

Theo. Kitson & Co., Ltd. 

Thermo-Genie, Ltd. 

Thom Sheet Metal, Ltd. 

Thomas Motors, Ltd. 

Thompson and Co. Sheet Metal, Ltd. 

Thompson Valley Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Thor M. Peterson, Ltd. 

Thorn & Co., Ltd.. 

Three Way Holdings, Ltd. 

Thrift Realty, Ltd. 

Timber Sales and Distributors, Ltd. 

Timber Valley Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Tofino Gold Mining Co., Ltd. (Non-Personal 

Liability) ... 

Tofino Packing Co., Ltd. 

Tofino Transportation Co., Ltd.!.. 

Totem Sales Co., Ltd.... 


1218 

1802 

2697 

3254 

1802 

466 

548 

3097 

2413 
148 

1220 

1224 

1515 

3493 

2823 

1878 

3738 

2414 
924 

2636 

698 

2898 

3492 

3154 

2632 

1963 

1429 

3252 
2965 

705 

542 

211 

703 
1356 

776 

213 

146 

1216 

614 

3489 

2548 

1862 

1291 

854 

853 

2275 
853 
271 

3795 

1598 

26 

1963 

3437 

3248 

2272 

472 

2414 

3253 
3377 
3095 

545 

2694 

704 
1972 

213 

480 

1361 

618 

696 

404 

2545 

1733 

337 

3728 

1437 

3617 

1603 

2130 

1432 
617 

1434 

2276 
921 

2278 

1433 
1971 
2272 
1729 

701 

3376 

207 

1725 

2040 

42 

613 

2550 



































































































































































































XXIV 


INDEX, 1947. 


Page. 

COMPANIES INCORPORATED— Continued. 


Totem Tie Co., Ltd. 3318 

Town Hall Ballroom Co., Ltd. 2344 

Town Holdings, Ltd. 928 

Town House Apartments, Ltd. 850 

Town Meeting, Ltd. 2961 

Trade Roasting Co., Ltd. 3561 

Trail District Recreational Projects Society . 2830 

Trail Electric, Ltd. 2903 

Trail Elite Cafe Co., Ltd. 23 

Trans Concessions, Ltd. 1864 

Trans-Western Oils, Ltd. (Non-Personal Liability) 2134 

Trapp Motors (1947), Ltd. 3618 

Trent River Logging Co., Ltd. 1128 

Triangle Alteration and Repair, Ltd. 2334 

Tribune Publishing Co., Ltd. 1516 

Trumpeter Advertising Agencies, Ltd., The . 41 

Trumpeter Brand Ltd., The . 41 

Trumpeter Radio Advertising, Ltd., The . 47 

Turton Maclnnes, Ltd. 2633 

Twin Cedars Farm (1947), Ltd. 408 

Twin City Investments, Ltd. 2693 

Twin Service Station, Ltd. 3862 

Tynan’s, Ltd. 771 

U. N. O. Cafe Co., Ltd. 1804 

Underwood Hotel, Ltd. 2638 

Union Bay Logging Co., Ltd. 2279 

United Dairies, Ltd. 3033 

Universal Box Employees’ Social and Athletic 

Association . 2416 

Universal Mining Exploration, Ltd. 148 

Upper Louis Creek Livestock Association . 2206 

Urban Holdings, Ltd. 1057 

Utility Containers, Ltd. 3799 

Utility Parts and Equipment, Ltd. 2334 

V. A. Glenn Blasting Co., Ltd. 403 

V. L. V. Ltd. 1518 

Valley Logging and Contracting Co., Ltd. 697 

Valley Tire Service, Ltd. 35 

Van der Giessen Brothers, Ltd. 1001 

Van He Nursery, Ltd. 2825 

Van Roi Mines (1947), Ltd. (Non-Personal Lia¬ 
bility) . 3312 

Vancouver Ambulance Co., Ltd. 612 

Vancouver & District Battalion Boys’ Brigade, 

The . 545 

Vancouver B’nai B’rith Hillel Foundation . 2213 

Vancouver Chiropractic Clinic, Ltd. 2546 

Vancouver Civic Ballet Society . 208 

Vancouver Feature Publications, Ltd. 1356 

Vancouver Finance Co., Ltd. 3738 

Vancouver Freighting Co., Ltd. 3156 

Vancouver Growers (1947), Ltd. 3252 

Vancouver Island Printing and Publishing Co., 

Ltd. 616 

Vancouver Laundeteria, Ltd. 2483 

Vancouver Listings, Ltd. 53 

Vancouver Meat Co., Ltd. 1525 

Vancouver Police Pistol Club . 1289 

Vancouver Safety Service, Ltd. 3625 

Vancouver-Shanghai Traders, Ltd. 22 

Vancouver Shingle Co., Ltd. 698 

Vancouver Sports Co., Ltd. 1213 

Vancouver Sportswear Mfrs., Ltd. 1069 

Vancouver Wurlitzer, Ltd. 2423 

Vanderbilt Restaurant, Ltd. 216 

Vanderhoof Department Stores, Ltd. 993 

Vanisle Logging Equipment, Ltd. 147 

Vanport Products, Ltd. 2896 

Vasey Forest Products, Ltd. 1691 

Venetian Blind Association of Western Canada.. 36 

Ventura Logging, Ltd. 2335 

Venus Roller Rinks, Ltd. 3250 

Vernon Delicatessen, Ltd. 3028 

Vernon Holdings, Ltd. 778 

Vernon Locker Service and Meats, Ltd. 1133 

Vernon's Okanagan Industrial Exposition Asso¬ 
ciation . 542 

Veteran Stages, Ltd. 2131 

Veterans’ Auto Sales, Ltd. 1965 

Veterans Masonry and Repairs, Ltd. 3092 

Vic Mark's Super-Service, Ltd. 545 

Victoria Auto Finances, Ltd. 3096 

Victoria Civic Non-Partisan League . 3497 

Victoria Foundry and Metals, Ltd. 3251 

Victoria Gilbert and Sullivan Society, The. 1225 

Victoria Holly Farms, Ltd. 697 

Victoria Liberty Cafe. Ltd. 2037 

Victoria Motorcycle Club . 1356 

View Royal Recreation Club, The . 1133 

Village Enterprises, Ltd. 3031 

Viner Logging, Ltd. 3798 

Vocational and Secretarial Society, The . 3152 

Vogue Cafe Holdings, Ltd. 3730 

Vogue Cafe, Ltd. 19 

Vytone Beauty Products, Ltd. 2416 

W. A. McCaffery Excavating Co., Ltd. 613 

W.A.C. Lumber Co., Ltd. 617 

W.B.C. Logging Co., Ltd. 3734 

W. C. Stearman, Ltd. 403 


Page. 

COMPANIES INCORPORATED— -Continued. 


W.M.F. Logging Co., Ltd. 2632 

W. S. Bartlett and Sons, Ltd. 1428 

W. S. Dale. Ltd. 618 

Wade & Wells Co., Ltd. 1516 

Walker Brothers, Ltd. 611 

Walker Ryan, Ltd. 3313 

Wallace’s Department Store, Ltd. 3796 

Walsh Motors, Ltd. 2485 

Walter Swanson, Ltd. 151 

Walter’s U-Drive, Ltd. 699 

Ward & Son, Ltd. 3625 

Wards Appliances & Furniture, Ltd. 3098 

Warrington Investment, Ltd. 2281 

Washing Machine Rental Co., Ltd. 2132 

Watchman Home & Auto Protector, Ltd. 2338 

Watkins Sawmills, Ltd. 213 

Weeden Garage, Ltd. 1733 

Weeks and Anthony, Ltd. 1800 

Welcome Beach Community Association . 1971 

Wells Gray Camp, Ltd. 1730 

Wells Hotel (1947), Ltd. 3158 

West Coast Agencies, Ltd. 1068 

West Coast Freight, Ltd. 777 

West Coast Publishers, Ltd. 994 

West Coast Sales Co-operative Association, The 404 

West Coast Theatres, Ltd. 267 

West End Motors. Ltd. 1132 

West Lake Sawmills, Ltd. 2824 

West Langley Community Hall Association . 2546 

West Point Hardware. Ltd. 1 . 1801 

West Van Mortgage & Investment Co., Ltd. 3374 

Westerly Cream Cheese Co., Ltd. 846 

Western Air Cooled Engines, Ltd. 2633 

Western Cedar Co., Ltd. 2899 

Western Coin Locks. Ltd. 3861 

Western Consolidated Petroleums, Ltd. 2901 

Western Equipment, Ltd. 2109 

Western Export Corporation, Ltd. 1432 

Western 5-10-15 Cent Stores, Ltd. 342 

Western Foods, Ltd. 1963 

Western Household Utilities, Ltd. 1072 

Western Interior Sawmill Co., Ltd. 3557 

Western Lumber Carriers, Ltd. 775 

Western Magnesium, Ltd. 152 

Western Marine Supply Co., Ltd. 3373 

Western Music (B.C.), Ltd. 1865 

Western Pant Co., Ltd. 2637 

Western Pest Control Association . 1440 

Western Sales & Management, Ltd. 1966 

Western Sales Co-operative Association, The . 3433 

Western Society for Physical Rehabilitation . 2898 

Western Soya Sauce, Ltd. 846 

Western Tug & Barge Co., Ltd. 1518 

Western Whaling Corporation, Ltd. 1593 

Western Wholesale Jewellers, Ltd. 697 

Westex, Ltd. 2964 

Westland Agencies, Ltd. 2340 

Westminster Dry Cleaners’ Association . 337 

Westminster Fish Co., Ltd. 214 

Westminster Medical Association . 480 

Westminster Storage & Distributing Co., Ltd. 2549 

Westmount Stock Farm, Ltd. 3863 

Westport Sales, Ltd. 149 

Westsyde Women’s Institute, The . 1431 

West-Van Amusements, Ltd. 1602 

Westview Garage, Ltd. 1134 

Westwood Mining Co., Ltd. 3374 

Whiles Drugs, Ltd. 44 

White Bear Lumber, Ltd. 2038 

White Owl Taxi and U Drive Co., Ltd. 149 

White Rock Hospital Society . 1731 

White Rock Motors, Ltd. 3618 

White Spot No. 3, Ltd. 1428 

White Spot No. 4, Ltd. 3861 

White-Way Products, Ltd. 918 

Whiten Advertising, Ltd. 696 

Wholesale Delivery Service, Ltd. 402 

Wigwam (Vancouver), Ltd., The . 854 

Wilco Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 1070 

Wild Duck Holdings, Ltd. 211 

Wilkes & Hardy, Ltd. 2485 

William Acreman, Ltd. 411 

William Barrie & Co., Ltd. 546 

William Clarke & Sons, Ltd. . 1359 

Williams Lake Motors, Ltd. 341 

Willingdon Agencies, Ltd. 3731 

Wilson and Proctor, Ltd. 1128 

Wilson & Scammell, Ltd. 2967 

Wilson Lumber Co. (Fernie), Ltd. 2829 

Wilson McGill, Ltd. 2548 

Wilson Pumice Products, Ltd. 1358 

Windermere District Women’s Institute . 2638 

Windermere Sawmills. Ltd. 408 

Windsor U-drive, Ltd. 776 

Wing Investments, Ltd. 1126 

Win law Farmers’ Co-operative Association . 1733 

Winter Cove Lumber Co., Ltd. 146 

Woman’s Bakery (1947), Ltd., The . 2413 

































































































































































































COMPANIES INCORPORATED— Continued. 

Wood & Fraser Transport Co., Ltd. 

Wood & Parr Engineers, Ltd. 

Woods Holdings, Ltd. 

Woods Theatre, Ltd. 

Woodward Stores (1947), Ltd. 

Woodworker’s Educational Association ... 

World Bros., Ltd. 

World U-Drive, Ltd. 

Wright Engineers, Ltd. 

Wright’s Vancouver, Ltd. 

Wychwood, Ltd. 

X-Ray Clinics, Ltd. 

Yale-Hope Centennial Association . 

Yarrow Athletic Association . 

Yarrow Freight & Fuels, Ltd. 

Yellow Cab Co., Ltd. 

Young & Boyd, Ltd. 

Zeballos Transfer Co., Ltd. 

COMPANIES (EXTRA - PROVINCIAL). REGIS¬ 
TRATION OF: 

A. C. Godkin Co., Ltd. 

Aluminum Co. of Canada, Ltd. 

Armstrong Cork & Insulation Co., Ltd.. 

B. Clamouse de la Touche et Cie . 

B.C. Ship Chartering Co., Ltd. 

Benroy Gold Mines, Ltd. (No Personal Lia¬ 


bility) . 482 

Black Motors, Ltd. 1364 

British Columbia-Seattle Transport Incorporated 1972 

Campbell Finance Corporation, Ltd. 1225 

Canada Printing Ink Co., Ltd., The . 1293 

Canadian Acceptance Co. 1442 

Canadian Camera Specialties, Ltd. 3257 

Canadian National Transportation, Ltd. 53 

Cariboo Gold Dredging Co. 3034 

Cunard Donaldson, Ltd. 1294 

D & M Jones Investment Co., Inc. 156 

Dominion Chinchilla Ranchers, Ltd. 1136 

Dominion Securities Corpn., Ltd. 1878 

Dominion Tanners, Ltd. 3741 

Dual Parking Meter Co. of Canada, Ltd., The.... 53 

Foremost Miners and Developers, Ltd. 1073 

General Distributors, Ltd. 1442 

General Foods, Ltd. 2142 

General Theatre Supply Co., Ltd. 708 

Hales H. Ross and Sons Lumber, Ltd. 2215 

Harrisons & Crosfield, Ltd. 1879 

Hixon Placers, Inc. 3257 

Hollinger Consolidated Gold Mines, Ltd. 3498 

Housing Enterprises (New Westminster), Ltd. 1074 

Housing Enterprises (Victoria), Ltd. 1074 

Industrial Food Services, Ltd. 1878 

Kyack Copper Mines, Ltd. (No Personal Lia¬ 
bility) . 53 

Lautoka Steamship, Ltd. 53 

M & M Army Stores, Ltd. 3740 

Macco Corporation . 2345 

Machinery Service Corporation . 3440 

Macleod’s, Ltd. 1365 

Miner Boy, Inc. 1137 

Monsanto (Canada), Ltd. 3865 

Mountbay, Ltd. 278 

Murphy Paint Co., Ltd., The . 3439 

Niagara Finance Co., Ltd. 279 

North American Development Co., Ltd. 624 

North Pacific Missionary Conference . 3321 

Northern Petroleum Corporation, Ltd. 54 

Northland Automatic Appliances, Ltd. 709 

Nut House, Ltd., The . 480 

Pas Lumber Co., Ltd., The . 624 

Peace River Bus Lines, Ltd. 54 

Powell River Aero Club . 3741 

Prairie-Coastal Sales, Ltd. 708 

Rabaul Steamship, Ltd. 54 

Rounds Trading Co. 1225 

Royal Securities Corporation, Ltd. 278 

Russell Theatres, Ltd. 3865 

Ryan Brothers Western, Ltd. 1226 

S. Lanktree Thompson, Ltd. 2551 

Sears, Roebuck and Co. of Canada, Ltd. 1604 

Stanley Brock, Ltd. 279 

Style Agencies, Ltd. 3440 

T. Eaton Realty Co., Ltd., The . 3034 

Talbot, Bird & Co., Inc. 855 

Tax Cpntrol Records (Canada), Ltd. 624 

Texokalta Exploration Co., The . 1225 

Theatre Confections, Ltd. 3628 

Traclon Property Co., Ltd. 278 

Traco Investments, Ltd. 2424 

Trans-America Mining Corporation, Ltd. 1225 

United Mining and Dredging Co., Inc. 3627 

Victoria Tailors, Ltd. 2282 

W. F. Stewart & Co., Ltd. 2283 

W. M. Barnes Co. 2904 

W. T. Rainford & Co., Ltd. 3563 

Western Canada Steamship Co., Ltd. 2698 

Westinghouse Airways, Ltd. 1605 


EDUCATION: 

School District No. 34 (Abbotsford-Mission), 

abolishing ... 

School Districts defining— 

No. 34 (Abbotsford) . 

No. 75 (Mission) . 

School Districts redefining— 

No. 20 (Salmon Arm) . 

No. 24 (Kamloops) . 

No. 45 (West Vancouver) . 

No. 48 (Howe Sound) . 

No. 66 (Lake Cowichan) . 

FISHERIES: 

“ Fisheries Act,” notice re plant licence fees . 


DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE: 

“ Change of Name Act ”— 

Applications for change of name— 

Abra, Alfred Owen . 1470 

Adems, Collin . 727 

Albert, Samuel . 1470 

Ambrosychuck, William . 2371 

Anderson, Robert Harris . 727 

Antoninuck, Pete . 728 

Archibald, Lyna Marguerite Davidson . 2371 

Bachynsky, John . 1922 

Bagshaw, George and Violet . 3277 

Barton, William Henry . 3340 

Battye, Thomas Bradley and Aldora Bradley 2865 

Beasley, Sidney Thomas . 2851 

Beckwith, Adolphus John . 1245 

Belicoff, Gregory . 571 

Bjorvik, Elmer Fredrick and Gwendolyn 

Clara . 2850 

Black, Kenneth Bell . 1996 

Blischok, Michael . 3217 

Bodfish, George Thomas Edwin and Lillian 

Florence . 2449 

Bolviken, Olav, Gunhild, and Arvid Harry .... 233 

Bone, Dorothy Louise . 3758 

Bowdler, Kathryn Eliza . 2513 

Brosnikoff, Emil and Catherine Veronica .... 3399 

Brownsey, Gladys . 3399 

Browning, Claire . 729 

Bryce, Martha . 1093 

Bushe, John Jacob, Anna Olive, Terence 

Archibald, and Betty Diane . 1026 

Cahill, Douglas Haig Roy, Hilda May, and 

Robert Haig . 4 

Campbell, Myfanwy Spencer . 2513 

Chan, Eleanor (Fung Ho) . 949 

Chapman, David . 3057 

Chapman, Nancie . 3057 

Chobotuk, Albert and Audrey F. 3459 

Christer, John James . 3339 

Cianfaglione, Anthony . 3585 

Clark, Howard . 801 

Clark, Priscilla Matilda May . 2095 

Cleland, Stirling Edwin and Grace . 3520 

Cook, Wesley Kenneth . 4 

Cooperman, Jack . 2173 

Cosco, Dorothy Mary . 3521 

Costa, Sevrino Steni . 3458 

Cowan, James William, Jessie Elizabeth, 

James Timothy, and John Earle . 2096 

Crapko, Joseph . 1551 

Crittall, William, Violet Emily, William 

James, and Marjorie . 2574 

Cross, William Melvin and Bessie Marion .... 303 

Csati, Bonnie . 950 

Curry, Doreen Cherie . 3459 

Danyliuk, Rachel . 649 

Davies, Ivor Noah . 171 

Day, Margrete Mandie . 1995 

De Backer, Joseph and Rosa (De Baker) .... 2602 

Dean, Roger Elsberry and Eunice Pearl . 1756 

Dean, William Wesley . 2513 

Demchuk, Andrew, Margaret Reid, and 

Heather Margaret . 3585 

Demko, Peter . 2850 

Dence, Vera Frances and Bertha Louise . 232 

Derbowka, Mary . 1551 

Dietrich, Herselene Frances . 1310 

Dobrowolsky, Nicholas . 3758 

Dorn, Edmund Paul and Bertha . 431 

Drawson, Joseph and Nina . 3458 

Drew, Robert Charles Reginald, Rita G., 
Robert Ernest, Marilyn Dorothy, and Elaine 727 

Dreyer, Lillian May . 1246 

Druxerman, Angela . 2851 

Dumont, George Gerard Joseph . 3585 

Dunning, David Howard . 3119 

Dunnington, Robert Edward and Mveldur.... 2371 

Dyck, Daniel . 232 

Ellison, Charles Henry . 1825 

Ericksen, Vonda B. 949 

Ewart, George and Margaret Lillian Jane.... 2513 

Ewasiuk, Anne . 109 


INDEX, 1947. 


XXV 


Page. 

1125 

465 

1600 

212 

1279 

1292 

1284 

2639 

25 

2414 

2962 

1862 

3374 

850 

210 

1603 

403 

620 


1527 

552 

1073 

552 

3439 


Page. 


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XXVI 


INDEX, 1947. 


Page. 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE 
— Continued. 


“ Change of Name Act ”— Continued. 

Applications for change of name— Continued. 

Ewing, Thomas Wilson and Mary Wilson ... 2603 

Eyjolfsson, Hilmar Clifford . 1551 

Farmer, George Frederick . 1994 

Fazzolare, Elizabeth Anne . 2978 

Fedozeski, William (Ndobystaf), Gladys 

Laurine, and Gwendolyn Carol . 172 

Fee, Gertrude Grace . 1995 

Fifer, Jacob Alexander . 3217 

Finlay, David Keith (minor) . 1092 

Fodchuck, Evelyn . 802 

Fox, Margaret McClure . 3119 

Fredrickson, Oscar Melvin, Marion Jean, 

Harley, Lance, and Keray . 3339 

Friesen, Betty Louella . 109 

Froud, Frederick Richard, Doris, Leslie Caro- 
lynn, Brian Richard James, Gary Earl 

Frederick, and Linda Gail Victoria . 2514 

Funk, Robert . 3584 

Gallion, Glen Gordon . 1825 

Garlick, Stanley Hall and Beth Pauline . 2302 

Glowacki, Victor Mark Alexander . 649 

Glushka, Charles John . 2513 

Goldberg, Jake . 3119 

Golston, Stephen . 2095 

Gordej, Georgi . 2865 

Goss, Amy . 1246 

Goss, Edith . 1756 

Goss, Flora . 1246 

Green, Leah Pearl . 873 

Gregorich, Joseph Frank . 1629 

Grierson. Alexander Stewart . 1629 

Grywinski, Nick . 2513 

Haddad, Abraham . 2302 

Hagebraaten, Erik Siqurd, Iowa Inez, Wayne 

McCulloch, and Wendy Marie . 2370 

Haile, Robert John . 4 

Hall, Lome . 3119 

Hall, Robert Corwin and Martha Vivian. 2173 

Halowski, Nick . 1995 

Hamilton, Louise . 801 

Harris, Carol Ann (minor) . 2173 

Harry, Jacob . 727 

Hauhtonen, Lawrence Herbert, Sarah Winni- 
fred, Sharon Isabella, and Robert William 1182 

Hedin, Robert Walker . 949 

Henkelman, Earl Clemments and Phoebe 

Irene . 2574 

Higgs. Elizabeth Margaret . 171 

Hill, William James, Ruth Winnifred, Wil¬ 
liam Wayne, and Margaret Feme . 301 

Hnatiuk. Wasyl . 1825 

Hobbs, Thomas Gibson . 368 

Hockanson, Hilmar Palin (Hilmer Palm 

Haagenson) . 1757 

Holinarty, Mike . 2173 

Hornoi, George William . 801 

Horton, Thomas, Florence Verna June, and 

• Raymond Darwin . 232 

Howie, Doris Elizabeth . 2173 

Hrechka, Michael . 1310 

Hughes, Walter Llewellyn . 2865 

Hunter, Arthur Edwin . 2513 

Hyman, Morris and Josephine . 1995 

Ignaz, Amelia . 432 

Ivchenko, Eli Leo and Cecilia Halas . 2864 

James, Rose . 2865 

Jankovich, Joseph . 2371 

Jaworski, Frank . 3217 

Jaworski, Frank, Caroline, and George 

Franklin . 1245 

Johnson, Gordon Grant . 2371 

Johnson, Gwendoline Rosalie . 3056 

Johnson, Wilfrid Roland. 1995 

Jorgensen, Kristian Olav Martin . 1757 

Joy, (Jr.), Theodore, Thelma Mary Gilson, 

and Dwyght Dimmick . 367 

Juhasz, Gaspar, Margit, Tibor Joseph, Mar¬ 
garet Lizzie, and Rose Agnes . 2095 

Kaestner, Frank . 1470 

Kalmokoff, George James . 3520 

Kalynuk, John, Rose, John Allen, and Shir¬ 
ley Anne . 110 

Kaminski, Olga . 1245 

Kanelles, Barbara Marion . 3184 

Kangaslusta, Tauno Antero, Julia, and Roy 

Andrew . 496 

Katarenchuk, Wlademer . 1092 

Keddy, Harry Allen . 3400 

Keith, Victor Ronald, Phyllis, and Sheena 

Carol . 671 

Kinakin, Sam . 803 

Kindeforsky, John and Tilly . 1385 

Kindeforsky, Michael . 1385 

Klatchuk, Bronislaw . 2238 

Klozinski, Wojciech and Emma Margaret. .. 2302 
Kolzinski, Israel and Jessie . 3758 


Page. 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE 

— Continued. 


“ Change of Name Act ”— Continued. 

Applications for change of name—• Continued. 

Korpan, William . 1092 

Kosolanko, George . 1245 

Kozdrowski, Edward Walter . 3218 

Krajasic, Nicholas . 3585 

Kreschuk, John . Ill 

Kroeker, John Henry, Marion Emily, and 

Annette Marie . 4 

Kropwnicki, Antony and Wanda . 431 

Ksendz, Pauline . 1469 

Kuntz, Joseph Frank . 2173 

Kupcak, Francis . 2850 

Kupcak, Henry John . 2850 

Kutzak, George . 3057 

Lamb, Donald Edgar, Ruth Morag, and 

Byron . 1245 

Lawrence, George Harold, Evelyn Betty, and 

Marline . 649 

Lee, Earl Gladstone . 368 

Lesberg, Delta Mary Kathleen . 2173 

Ling, Leonard Herbert and Evelyn . 1385 

Lister, Henry Northing and Adeline . 873 

Litke, Herman Wilhelm, Margaret Dorothea, 
Patricia Ann, Kenneth Gordon, and 

Edward Earl . 2237 

Little, Eleanor Doreen . 3758 

Lix, Norman Nicolaus, Reginald Norman, 

and Leonard Brian . 570 

Lohvinenko, William . 3519 

Luginsky, Abraham Morris and Margurette 

Anne . 570 

Lynas-Grey, Teddie Bruce Wallace Lech- 

meire Lome . 301 

McCabe, Joseph William . 2302 

MacEachern, Gloria Jean . 3057 

McFarland, John Leonard . 1385 

McFarlane, John, Marjory, and Marjory .... 569 

McKeown, Thomas Glenn and Edna May .... 497 

MacLaren, Richard Ralph Woodward 

(minor) . 3399 

McNamara, William Abner Leslie . 650 

McRae, Collin John, Robyn, and Loyd John 3692 
Magnone-Millett, Andrew Louis, Elizabeth 

Melvin, and Sharon Elizabeth . 2574 

Makepeace, Arthur Cecil . 2602 

Makepeace, Maxine Fern . 1551 

Mandau, Warren Otis . 1756 

Manz, Maureen Berwyn Younger . 3275 

Marczak, Frank and Angela . 2237 

Markowetski, Wasyl, Parania, Lydia, Leon¬ 
ard, and Dmytro . 2513 

Mart, Melville Tillbury . 2449 

Martin, Phyllis Esther . 2850 

Martin, William John . 1550 

Maschewsky, Peter Paul . 1025 

Matlak, John, Dorothy, Albert, Irine, and 

William . 2978 

Mayovsky, Joseph Francis and Lorine Julia 3043 

Medler, Francis Patrick . 873 

Medos, Hokon Olav . 1181 

Melneczuk, Peter . 1629 

Melneezuk, Victor, Helen Hamilton Arnott, 

and Robert Victor . 1629 

Melnychuk, John . 1384 

Miezwiak, Rozalia . 3057 

Milroy, John Stewart and Dayle . 3340 

Miroslaw, Josephine . 1469 

Mitcham, Henry . 3043 

Mitchell, Lizzie Lavinia . 497 

Mitchell, Marjory Agnes . Ill 

Monte, Norah . 873 

Montgomery, Ronald Melbourne . 3218 

Morris, Margery . 1551 

Morse, Alice Marion and Robert Stephen .... 1026 

Moseski, Julia . 498 

Mrochek, Stanley Ronald . 2978 

Mueller, John . 669 

Mykytuik, Pearl Ruth . 3692 

Neveu, Edward Joseph . 498 

Nicastro, Michael, Carly, and Norman Clif¬ 
ford . 1092 

Nichvolodoff, Harry John, Pauline, John, 

Arlene Elizabeth, and Sharon Vida . 727 

Nickerson, Norma Maxine .3585 

Nilan, Arthur Galwey Guy . 1756 

Noel, John Benedict . 1995 

Nowicki, Anthony Albert, Vivian Janet, and 

Gerry Alvin . 232 

Oakes, Lucy Ethel Mary .. 2661 

Oliver, Thomas, Stella, Thomas Lincoln, and 

Teresa Judith . 960 

Osinchuk, Rozalia Eugenia . 3521 

Paczkowski, Lloyd Bernard . 1922 

Pahara, Helen . 171 

Pappas, Christos . 3584 

Pashley, Horace Reginald . 2095 































































































































































INDEX, 1947. 


XXVll 


department of health and welfare 

— Continued. 


“ Change of Name Act ”— Continued. 

Applications for change of name— Continued. 

Patterson, Murdie Chrisman . 801 

Pearson, Cyril Fillingham . 3758 

Pease, Herbert Gordon . 3521 

Pechnik, Louis . 3056 

Penny, Audrey Beatrice Corran . 949 

Pernerowski, Alexander, Ethel, and Ronald 

Alexander . 2602 

Pernerowski, Samuel, Nellie, and Samuel 

George . 2602 

Petruchow, Michael . 1092 

Pfeifer, Albert George, Adeline, Michael 

Wayne William, and Patricia Lynn . 2851 

Phillips, Albert Charles . 432 

Phizacklea, William, Gladys Ada, Ray, and 

Fae . 431 

Podovilnikoff, John . 232 

Pogue, Matilda . 1995 

Pogue, Pearl Edith . 2303 

Poole, Arthur William, Othelia, Arthur Er¬ 
nest, Doreen Othelia, and Donald Fredrick 1469 

Prelhvitz, Dorothy Margaret Cornwell . 1630 

Prybyzowski, Fred (Frederick Prebushewski) 3521 
Purkow, Peter John, Evelyn Ruth, Judiruth, 

and Peter Mark . 3827 

Rabbits, Edward William . 1385 

Raffel, Karl and Audree Vera . 3399 

Ramsbottom, Ernest, Leontine Pearl, Clifford 

Ernest, and Ronald Lloyd . 874 

Ransbottom, Ernest Everett, Ada Marian- 

etta, Barrie Wayne, and Ashley Ernest. Ill 

Ransbottom, Lawrence Floyd, Alma Char¬ 
lotte, Doris Irene, Basil Floyd, Betty Lor¬ 
raine, Shirley Mae, and Larry Edward. 233 

Ratz, Walter . 950 

Richmond, Kathleen Elizabeth . 2237 

Rithaler, Verne Ferdinand . 171 

Roberge, Ruby Mae . 1384 

Roberts, Betty May . 3827 

Robotham, John William . 2302 

Rohn, Willian^ . 3520 

Russell, Alice Louise .. 1920 

Ryan, Joseph Donald James, Ann, and Doug¬ 
las James . 872 

Sauchenko, Victor . 3758 

Schapansky, Peter . 1550 

Schattschneider, David Allen .367, 2372 

Scherger, Frank Martin . 1092 

Schmuland, Elmer Allan . 2978 

Schonberger, Rudolph . 650 

Seigler, Richard Hamilton and Antonia. 232 

Selbie, Horace William and Peter . 1310 

Seminuik, Steve, Ruby Irene, and Robert 

John . 949 

Sergy, Percival Mons Eustace . 1092 

Shawaga, (Roger) Paul . 368 

Sheridan, Dianne . 3043 

Shields, Gordon Franklin, Emma Lunetta, 

and Herbert Gordon Franklin . 4 

Shkwarek, Frank and Rose Marie . 1920 

Showchak, Helena . 1629 

Shymkowich, Joseph and Violet May . 110 

Simard, Wilfred Henry Arthur . 3340 

Simm, Joseph, Elizabeth Fraser, and Robert 

Joseph . 950 

Singh, Tara and Mary Louise . 1629 

Sinkiewicz, Adam, Margaret Ellen, and John 

Adam . 3520 

Skalozub, George Harry and Lilian Annie. .. 367 

Skoreyko, Mikhail, Veranla, John Antony, 

and Sharie . 2602 

Smith, Robert Lloyd . 1756 

Snaychuk, Leo Demetrius, Helen, and Leo 

Frederick . 301 

Soles, Marion Betty . 368 

Sookorokoff, George James . 650 

Sookorokoff, Nick James and Santa Eleanor 650 

Sookorokoff, Samuel James . 650 

Sorsdahl, Carl Edward and Margaret Ber¬ 
nice . 2602 

Southworth, Ora . 728 

Spanier, Joseph Anton . 367 

Squair, Lyna Marguerite (Davidson) Archi¬ 
bald .... 303 

St. Pierre, Josephine Delmos Eleanor . 802 

Stechishin, Thomas, Victoria, and Sylvia 

Emile . 1551 

Stefan, Ambrose Vincent and Doris Namona 3184 

Stewart, Eileen . 3521 

Stewart, Pete . 431 

Suckorab, Charles Carl, Hazel Mae, and 

Robert Charles . 1469 

Sullivan, Joyce Ellen . 1996 

Swartz, Mary and Robert Bradley Stephen¬ 
son . 1310 

Swartz, Samuel Lyon, Joan Mary, and Olivia 
Mary . 3217 


Page. 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE 
— Continued. 


“ Change of Name Act ”— Continued. 

Applications for change of name— Continued. 
Swetlishnoff, Alexander Edward, Kathleen 

May, Marie Elizabeth . 3044 

Szczepanski (Stepanski), Joseph, Ethel 
Edwardson, Marlene Verna, and Joseph 

Frederick . 2448 

Taggart, Annie Ellen . 1470 

Tanner, Bessie . 3459 

Tanner, Gerald William . 2372 

Tanner, Victoria Gertrude Alice Eagles . 2372 

Taylor, Frances Isabelle . 1092 

Thomas, June Ellen . 650 

Thorleifson, Freda Hope . 110 

Tkachyk, Steven Philip . 1245 

Toews, Bernard Hugo . 2371 

Toflin, Anna . 729 

Tolhurst, Raymond George and Violet . 873 

Tomlin, Sidney Arthur, Margaret, and 

Frances Elaine . 950 

Tomniuk, Edward . 727 

Toshio Uyeta . 3184 

Trstensky, Steve . 801 

Turanych, Fannie . 1756 

Ukrainetz, William, Patience, Patricia, Mar¬ 
garet Mary, and Linda June . 3520 

Upright, Emily . 2979 

Uusitalo, Anders Aleksander, Maija Lyyli, 

Leo Walter, and Katherine Elizabeth . 728 

Van Grieken-Efting, Arie, Elizabeth Isobel, 

Anthony, and Arnold . 1630 

Vandendriessche, Bernard Edmond Alphonse 3339 

Varney, Vernon Frederick . 949 

Verigin, John, Pauline, and Bryan Edward 3692 
Vestvik, Haakon, Margit, Sonia, Harold, and 

Doris . 3459 

Vikan, Gustav Larsen and Agusta . 873 

Von Borstel, Theodor Henry, Mary Elizabeth, 

Mary Katherine, Irene Annie, Dorothy 

Lorna, and June Elizabeth . Ill 

Vrabetz, Rudolph and Edna Violet . 431 

Walesiak, Cecile Marie and Ronald . 571 

Walk, Hellmuth . 728 

Walk, Seigfried, Rose, Phyllis Rosalie, and 

Murray David . 873 

Wanchomika, Iwan . 171 

Welykochy, Dmytro, Rachel Anne, Douglas 

Michael, and Louise Marie . 1183 

Wener, Albert . 1026 

Wesa, Thelma Catherine . 2865 

Wilchynski, Edward and Flora Jean . 2978 

Wildblood, Joseph Allan, Morag Margaret, 

and Marjorie Anne . 569 

Wojcowski, Minnie and Patricia Louise . 727 

Wolinsky, Joseph . 3399 

Woolfenden, Fred, Windred Imogene, Bruce 

Frederick, and John Gordon . 2449 

Worrobo, Antone Daniel, Annie Enid, and 

Ronald Floyd . 3217 

Wuorimaa, August Hilland and Borghild 

Kathrine . 367 

Wynnychuk, Gregory . 2978 

Wynnychuk, Nick and Jean . 949 

Yung, Edward Johann . 1994 

Zabolotny, Floyd Jacob . 1182 

Zawerucha, George . 3056 

Zawisza, Juliana Grace . 2371 

Certificates of change of name— 

Abra, Alfred Owen, to Alfred Feller . 1755 

Adems, Collin, to Colin Warren Stanfield.... 873 

Albert. Samuel, to George Samuel Albert. 1826 

Ambodichuk, Wasyl (William Ambrosychuk), 

to William Ambrose . 2851 

Anderson, Robert Harris, to Robert Hunter 1092 

Antoninuck, Pete, to Peter Larry Clint . 873 

Arab, George Frederick, to George Frederick 

Allen . no 

Arab, Gordon John, to Gordon John Allen 110 

Arab, Mary May, to Mary May Allen . 110 

Averbach, (Muni) Samuel, to Muni Samuel 

Evers . 30 i 

Bachynsky, John, to John Buchanan . 3459 

Bagshaw, George Thomas, to George West 3519 
Beasley, Sidney Thomas, to Sidney Thomas 

Anderson . 3119 

Beckwith, Adolphus John, to Patrick John 

Beckwith . 2449 

Belicoff, Gregory, to Gregory Belkov . 801 

Bird, Eric Arnold, to Robert Arnold Bird .... 171 

Bjorvik, Elmer Fredrick, to Elmer Fredrick 

Thompson . 3057 

Black, Kenneth Bell, to Allen A. Ashley. 2303 

Blischok, Michael, to Michael Bliss . 3519 

Bodfish, George Thomas Edwin, to Lance 

Farrel . 2851 

Bolviken, Olav, to Oliver Andrews . 431 

Brosnikoff, Emil, to Don Brosnicof . 3520 

Brownsey, Gladys, to Gladys Sember . 3520 


















































































































































xxvm 


INDEX, 1947. 


Page. 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE 
— Continued. 


" Change of Name Act ”— Continued. 

Certificates of change of name— Continued. 

Bruhn, Otto Herman, to Otto Herman Breen 3828 

Bryce, Martha, to Mildred Bryce . 1920 

Cahill (Carpenter), Douglas Haig Roy, to 

Douglas Haig Roy Carpenter . 1755 

Campbell, Myfanwy Spencer, to Myfanwy 

Watts Spencer .A. 2851 

Chan, Eleanor, to Margo Eleanor Marr . 1310 

Chapman, David, to David Vernon Chapman 3584 
Chapman, Nancie, to Nanisand Tupper 

Chapman . 3586 

Christensen, Thomas (Tom) Sigurd, to 

Thomas Sigurd Thompson . 4 

Christer, John James, to John James 

Christie . 3519 

Claire Browning, to Klaire Smith . 801 

Clark, Howard, to John Stewart Hilton . 950 

Clark, Priscilla Matilda May, to Carel Clark 2514 

Cook, Wesley Kenneth, to Larrie Cook . 1026 

Cooperman, Jack, to John Cooper . 2372 

Cowan, James William, to Allen Paine 

Carmen . 2302 

Crapko, Joseph, to Joseph Carlton . 1920 

Crittall, William, to Harvey Critoll . 3119 

Crook, Jane Watson, to Jane Watson 

Tudhope . 171 

Cross, William Melvin, to Leagh Carey Cross 569 
Csati, Bonnie (Barney), to Barney Chaty .. 1310 
Curry, Doreen Cherie, to Doreen Cherie 

Brunell . 3827 

Dale, Harold Ross, to Hilton Dayle . 2172 

Danyliuk, Rachel, to Ruth Daniluk . 1246 

Davies, Ivor Noah, to Donn Davies . 303 

Day, Margrete Mandie, to Margaret Mandie 

Dortch . 2513 

De Backer, Joseph, to Joseph de Baker . 3218 

Dean, Roger Elsberry, to Donn Dean . 2238 

Dean, William Wesley, to Morris Dean . 2661 

Demko, Petro (Peter), to Peter Demco . 3043 

Dence, Vera Frances, to Vera Frances 

DeVick . 2173 

Dietrich, Herselene Frances, to Herselene 

Frances Lindsay . 1756 

Dorn, Edmund Paul, to Edward Paul Doran 728 

Drawson, Joseph, to Joseph Dawson . 3828 

Drew, Robert Charles Reginald, to Ross 

Harvie Farrell . 2448 

Dreyer, Lillian May, to Claire Dreyer . 2096 

Druxerman, Angela, to Angela Bell . 3043 

Dumont, George Gerard Joseph, to George 

Gerard Martin ... 3828 

Dunning, David Howard, to David Howard 

Dunn . 3520 

Dunnington, Robert Edward, to Loyd Dun- 

nington . 2850 

Dyck, Daniel, to Daniel Thompson . 571 

Ellison, Charles Henry, to Daniel Charles 

Ellison . 2303 

Ericksen, Vonda B., to Netah Ericksen . 1384 

Ewart, George, to Donn K. Ewart . 3585 

Ewasiuk, Annie (Anne), to Anne Evenson 301 
Eyjolfsson, Hilmar Clifford, to Clifford 

Ellison . 1826 

Farmer, George Frederick, to George Freder¬ 
ick Farnell . 3119 

Fazzalare, Elizabeth Phyllis (Elizabeth Anne 

Fazzolare), to Elizabeth Anne Reid. 3339 

Fedozeski, William (Ndobystaf), to William 

Ona . 367 

Fee, Gertrude Grace, to Gertrude Grace 

Hutton . 2238 

Fodchuck, (Joyce) Evelyn, to Alisen Milroy 1026 
Fox, Margaret McClure, to Margaret 

McClure Veale . 3340 

Fredrickson, Oscar Melvin, to Keray Regan 3585 
Friesen, Betty Louella, to Arleigh Whalen 

Stanfield . 803 

Garlick, Stanley Hall, to Stanley Hall Gar¬ 
rick . 2851 

Garrison, Alma, to Alma Cook . 571 

Gillings, Samuel Lowe, to Loyd Hilton . 366 

Glowacki, Victor (Mark Alexander), to Vic¬ 
tor Mark Alexander Gerrard . 2372 

Goldberg, Jake, to Jack Gold . 3275 

Golston, Stephen, to Stefan Golston . 3828 

Gordej, Georgi, to George Gordey . 3043 

Goss, Amy, to Sharel Judith Goss . 1384 

Goss, Edith, to Dayle Goss . 1995 

Goss, Flora, to Nadine Freda Goss . 1384 

Green, Leah Pearl, to Marnie Greene . 1091 

Gresmak, Joseph (Joseph Francis Mayovsky), 

to Robert Joseph Stuart . 3275 

Grierson, Alexander Stewart, to Alexander 
Stewart Graham . 2662 


Page. 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE 

— Continued. 


“ Change of Name Act ”— Continued. 

Certificates of change of name— Continued. 

Haddad, Abraham, to Gregory Abraham 

Haddad . 2448 

Hagebraaten, Erik Sigurd, to Erik Sigurd 

Hagen . 2864 

Haile, Robert John, to Robert John Patrick 

Donohue . 302 

Hall, Lome, to Byron Hall . 3275 

Hall, Robert Corwin, to Donn Hall . 2448 

Hamilton, Louise, to Elsie Barlow . 1026 

Harry (Henry), Jacob, to Harry Jackson.... 1181 

Hauhtonen (Haughtonen), Lawrence Her¬ 
bert, to Lawrence Herbert Houghton. 1383 

Hedin, Robert Walter, to Robert Walter 

Haden . 1091 

Henkleman, Earl Clemments, to Earl Clem- 

ments Kelman . 2978 

Higgs, Elizabeth Margaret, to Diane Bardell 303 

Hill, William James, to Don Bracken . 431 

Hnatiuk, Wasyl, to William Hunter . 2172 

Hobbs, Thomas Gibson, to Thomas Gibson 

Carnell . 1470 

Hockanson, Hilmar Palin (Hilmer Palm 

Haagenson), to Rob Hilmer Alden . 2095 

Holinaty, Mike, to Mike Kissick . 2448 

Holowsky (Halowski), Nick, to Nick Terry 

Hale . 2371 

Hornoi, George William, to George William 

Horner . 1384 

Horton, Thomas, to Thomas Rose . 802 

Howie, Doris Elizabeth, to Doris Elizabeth 

Worcester . 2372 

Hrechka (Harachka), Michael, to Michael 

Harris . 1550 

Hughes, Walter Llewellyn, to Llewellyn 

Hughes . 3044 

Hunter, Arthur Edwin, to Arthur Edwin 

Hawkins . 2662 

Hyman, Morris, to Morris Kenton . 2661 

Ignaz, Amelia, to Amelia Evelyn Norris. 873 

Ivchenko, Elia (Eli Leo), to Eli Leo Ivens. .. 3827 
Jankovich, Joseph (Josip Jankovic), to 

Joseph James Jordan . 2850 

Jaworski, Frank, to Frank Larry Jay. 3458 

Johnson, Gordon Grant, to Roy Gordon Bell.. 2513 
Johnson, Gwendoline Rosalie, to Gwendoline 

Rosalie Neilas . 3585 

Jorgensen, Kristian Olav Martin, to Kristian 

Jorgensen Osing . 2173 

Joy (Jr.), Theodore,.to Byron Joys . 950 

Kaestner (Kester), Frank, to Frank Kastner 1757 

Kalynuk, John, to John Kalynn . 301 

Kaminski, Olga, to Ona Kamins . 1384 

Kangasalusta (Kangas), Tauno Antero, to 

Tim Andrew Keyland . 2237 

Katarenchuk, Wlademer, to Walter Karen. .. 1470 
Keddy, Harry Allen, to Harvey -T. Delmar. .. 3458 
Keith, Victor Ronald, to Ross Harvie Keath 728 

Kinakin, Sam, to Rae Kinaken . 1025 

Kindeforsky (Kindeforski), John, to John 

Allan . 1756 

Kindeforsky (Kindeforski), Michael, to Mi¬ 
chael Gene Allan . 1757 

Kirkeskov, Leonard Walter, to Leonard 

Walter Kirke . 367 

Knesh, Alexander Michael, to Alexander 

Michael Nash . 802 

Komar, Mary, to Mary Lawrek . 569 

Koropchuk, John, to John Radek . 497 

Koso'anko, George, to George Forrest . 1550 

Kreschuk, John, to John Kress . 303 

Kroeker, John Henry, to John Davies . 569 

Kropwnicki, Antony (Anton Kropelnicki), 

to Antony Kropp . 1090 

Kryzanowski. Joseph (Adolf), to Joseph 

Adolf Krisky . 569 

Kuntz, Joseph Frank, to Joseph Frank Kelly 2371 

Kwasnoski, Rudolph, to Rudolph Kason . 649 

Lamb, Donald Edgar, to Donn Groff Lambe 1551 
Lawrence, George Harold, to John R Sher¬ 
man . 801 

Lee, Earl Gladstone, to Loyd Harvey Leagh 497 

Lesberg, Delta Mary Kathleen, to Delta Mary 

Kathleen Gibbs . 2371 

Lidstrom, Ellen Catherine, to Jeanne Ellen 

Wilson . in 

Ling, Leonard Herbert, to Leonard Herbert 

Cornell . 1630 

Lister, Henry Northing, to Morris Gates 

Creagh . 1470 

Lix, Kasper Mike, to Barney Peter Lakes . . 497 

Lix. Norman Nicolaus, to Norman George 

Lakes . 949 

Loflin, Anna, to Anna Herman . 1995 

Luginsky, Abraham Morris, to Abraham 
Morris Logan . 1310 



















































































































INDEX, 1947. 


xxix 


Page, 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE 
— Continued. 


DEPARTMENT OF 
— Continued. 


Page. 

HEALTH AND WELFARE 


“ Change of Name Act ”— Continued. 

Certificates of change of name— Continued. 
Lukenbill, Clarence Carolyn, to Karle Heath- 

cliff . 950 

Lynas-Grey, Teddie Bruce Wallace Lech- 

meire Lome, to Lome Cooper Morris . 1470 

McCabe, Joseph William, to William Jewel 

McCabe . 3044 

McClure, David Edgar, to Floydd B. Farrell 232 
MacEachern, Gloria Jean, to Gloria Jean 

McLaren . 3218 

McFarland, John Leonard, to John Leonard 

McFarlend . 1629 

McFarlane, John Campbell, to John Mc- 

Farlen . 950 

McKeown, Thomas Glenn, to Floyd Regan 649 
MacLaren, Richard Ralph Woodward, to 

Grant Woodward MacLaren . 3827 

McNamara, William Abner Leslie, to Leagh 

William Sinclaire . 1091 

Majerovich, Anton (Tony Mojerovich), to 

Tony Mayer . 368 

Makepeace, Arthur Cecil, to Arthur Cecil Ash 2979 
Makeneace, Maxine Fern, to Dawne Ashe.. 2850 
Mandau, Warren Otis, to Lance Warner Holly 1920 
Marazzo, Mary Derbowka, to Marion Bonnie 

Marazzo . 1920 

Mart, Melville Tillbury, to William Tilbury 

Mart . 3043 

Martin, William John, to William John 

Marcinkoski . 1920 

Maschewsky, Peter Paul, to Peter Paul 

Marshall . 1470 

Massara, Guidas, to Guy Albert Massaro . 303 

Matlak, John, to John Matlock . 3520 

Medler, Francis Patrick, to Francis Joseph 

Patrick . 1026 

Medos, Hokon Olav, to Hokon Olav Nielson 1757 
Melnechuck (Melneczuk), Peter, to Peter 

Melwood . 2096 

Melnechuk (Melneczuk), Victor, to Victor 

Melwood . 1996 

Melnychuk, John, to John Joseph Marlowe 1629 


Milletta, Andrew Louis (Andrew Louis Mag- 
none Millett), to Andrew Louis Magnone 3119 
Mironik, Stephen (Steve M. Meronyk), to 


Donn Mainer . 1?1 

Mitcham. Henry, to Henry Edward South 3340 

Mitchell, Lizzie Lavinia, to Elizabeth Lavinia 

Mitchell . 728 

Mitchell, Marjory Agnes, to Marjory Agnes 

Randall . 1384 

Morris, Margery, to Marion Alice Morse . 1757 

Morse, Alice Marion (Marion Alice), to 

Margery Morris . 1183 

Neveu, Edward Joseph, to Loyd Sheridan 801 

Nicastro. Michael, to Michael Alfred Brooks 1245 

Nichvolodoff, Harry (John), to Harry John 

Nichol . 1026 

Nilan. Arthur Galwey Guy, to Robert Arthur 

Galwey Nilan . 2372 

Noel. John Benedict, to John Hemingway. .. 2237 

Nowicki, Antonio (Anthony Albert Novicki), 

to Anthony Albert Wilson 802 

Oakes, Lucy Ethel Mary, to Carol Ethel 

Oakes . 2865 

Oliver, Thomas, to Thomas Whitehouse . 1471 

Onyschuk, Nikolay, to Nicholas Brian Taylor 497 

Onyshchuk, Steve (Stephen Onyschuk), to 

Stanley James Taylor . 571 

Outtrim, Eva, to Carole Outtrim . 497 

Paczkowski, Lloyd Bernard, to Lloyd Ber¬ 
nard Adams . 2850 

Pahara, Helena (Helen), to Helen Hay. 571 

Pashley, Horace Reginald, to Tod Pashley.... 2850 

Patterson, Murdie Chrisman, to Leagh Carey 

Patterson . 1091 

Pease, Herbert Gordon, to Marke Paise . 3827 

Pechnik, Louis, to John Davies . 3218 

Penny, Audrey (Audry) Beatrice Corran, to 

Audrey Beatrice Corran Gordon . 1629 

Pernerowski, Alexander, to Alex Penner. 2978 

Pernerowski, Samuel (Sam), to Samuel 

Penner . 2865 

Petruchow, Michael, to Michael Patrick 

Peters . 1246 

Pfeifer, Albert George, to Albert George 

Fife . 3217 

Phizacklea, William, to William Calvert. 951 

Podovilnikoff, John, to John Palmer . 366 

Pogue, Matilda (Tillie Martha), to Diane 

Poague . 2238 

Pogue, Pearl Edith, to Greta Poague . 2449 

Polvi, Antti William (William Antti), to 

William Andrew Paul . 110 

Poole, Arthur William, to Arthur William 
Hill . 2237 


“ Change of Name Act ”— Continued. 

Certificates of change of name— Continued. 
Prellwitz, Dorothy Margaret Cornwell, to 

Dorothy Margaret Cornwell Pervis . 

Puchalski, Rudolph, to Ralph Martin Cochran 
Rabitts, Edward William, to Edward Wil¬ 
liam Rae . 

Ramsbottom, Ernest, to Ernest Ramsey .. 

Ransbottom, Ernest Everett, to Ernest Ever¬ 
ett Ross . 

Ransbottom, Lawrence Floyd, to Lawrence 

Floyd Ross . 

Ratz, Walter, to Walter Rite 
Richmond, Catherine (Kathleen) Elizabeth, 

to Kathleen Elizabeth Shaw . 

Rithaler, Verne Ferdinand, to Verne Jackson 
Roberge, Ruby Mae. to Ruby Mae Oehlerking 1757 
Robinson. Cleatus Dalton (Dolton), to Clay¬ 
ton Daniel Robinson . 302 

Robotham, John William, to John Norman ... 2514 
Russell, Alice Louise, to Alice Louise Trum- 


pour . 2302 

Rutherford, Earl George, to Earl George 

Rutherford Robertson . 432 

Ryan, Joseph Donald James, to Allen Randle 1246 
Sandomirskv. Norman Lionel (Loyd), to 

Norman Lloyd Sanders . 110 

Schapanskv, Peter, to Peter Marvin Spence 1826 
Scherger, Frank Martin, to Frank Martin 

Woods . 1756 

Schlichenmayer, Frederick Victor, to Freder¬ 
ick Victor Mayer . 2238 

Schmuland, Elmer Alan, to Floyd Farrell. 3585 

Schonberger, Rudolf (Rudolph), to Ralph 

Roberts . 949 

Schooley, Kathleen Theresa, to Kathleen 

Theresa Angus . 3519 

Schultz, William (William Mathew Sholts), 

to William Donald Mathews . 2662 

Schuss. Rose, to Roso Theresa Shaw . 171 

Schwerdtner, Peter Edwart, to Peter Edwart 

Baer . 570 

Scott, Beverley Elwood, to David Beverley 

Scott . 302 

Seigler, Richard Hamilton, to Richard Ham¬ 
ilton . 874 

Selbie. Horace William, to Allen Selbie . 2096 

Seminuik. Steve (Stephen), to Ross Bardell.. 2851 
Sergy, Percival Mons Eustace, to John 

Percy Sergv . 1182 

Shawaga, (Roger) Paul, to Roger Paul 

Shaw . 3827 

Sheridan, Dianne, to Josephine Delmos 

Eleanor St. Pierre . 3339 

Shewchuk. Wasylina (Helena Showchak), to 

Helene Shelton . 2096 

Shields. Gordon Franklin, to Basel Shealds. .. 431 

Shkwarek, Frank, to Frank Ward . 2237 

Simm, Joseph, to Joseph Simms . 2237 

Simmonds, Eleanor, to Eleanor McLennan 109 

Skalozub, George Harry, to George Harry 

Sandes . 728 

Skoreyko, Mikhail, to Michael Don Maxwell 2865 
Smith, Robert Lloyd, to Robert Thomas 

Hughes . 2095 

Snaychuk, Leo Demetrius, to Leo Deme¬ 
trius Snye . 3339 

Soles, Marion Betty, to Marion Betty Piggot 1025 
Sookorokoff, George (James), to George 

James Skorah . 1091 

Sookorokoff, Nicholas J., to Nicholas James 

Skorah . 1091 

Sookorokoff, Samuel James, to Samuel James 

Skorah . 1091 

Sorsdahl, Carl Edward, to Carl Edward 

Dales . 3217 

Southworth, Ora, to Aura Lee Southworth 1550 
Spanier, Joseph Anton (Joseph Robert 

Spannier), to Byron Spannier . 497 

St. Pierre, Josephine Delmos Eleanor, to 

Dianne Sheridan . 1182 

Stechishin, Thomas, to Thomas Stechison .... 1996 
Stefan, Ambrose Vincent, to Ambrose Vin¬ 
cent Steffan . 3827 

Stuffco, Joseph, to Joseph George Stafford 232 
Suckorab, Charles Carl (Charles Suchorab), 

to Charles Carl Edwards . 1922 

Swartz, Mary, to Mary Stephenson . 1470 

Swartz. Samuel Lyon, to Samuel Lyon Ward 3584 
Swetlishnoff, Alexander Edward, to Alex¬ 
ander Edward Naylor . 3459 

Szczepanski (Stepanski), Joseph, to Joseph 

Stephens . 3275 

Taggart, Annie Ellen, to Diane Strande . 2661 

Tanner, Bessie, to Carell Tanner . 3827 

Tanner, Gerald William, to Croft William 
Tanner . 3044 


2237 

367 

1756 

1093 

1384 

802 

1551 

2449 

650 






































































































XXX 


INDEX, 1947. 


Page. 

DEPARTMENT OF' HEALTH AND WELFARE 
— Continued. 


“ Change of Name Act ”— Continued. 

Certificates of change of name— Continued. 

Tanner, Victoria Gertrude Alice Eagles, to 

Rae Tanner . 3043 

Tarabini, Samuel Edmund, to Samuel Ed¬ 
mund Terry . 367 

Taylor, Frances Isabell, to Janice Tayler 1310 
Taylor, Lillian Maud, to Lillian Maude 

Vickers . 109 

Thomas, June Ellen, to Rae H. Marnel . 1092 

Thorleifson, Freda Hope, to Kory Martell 802 
Tkachyk, Stephen, to Steven Philip Tachit 1995 
Tolhurst, Raymond George, to Donn Tolhirst 1183 

Tomlin, Sidney Arthur, to Don Tomlin . 1383 

Tomniuk, Edward, to Thomas Edwards . 949 

Trstensky, Steve, to Steve Trstensky White 1091 

Turanych, Fannie, to Leta Ralphe . 2300 

Upright, Emily, to Emily Tarbox . 3057 

Urlacher, Gregory, to Gregory Hohn . 368 

Uusitalo, Anders Aleksander, to Anders 

Aleksander Talo . 1093 

Uyeta, Toshio, to Toshio William Uyeda. 3458 

Van Grieken-Efting (Van Grieken), Arie, 

to Harry Efting . 1826 

Vandendriessche, Bernard Edmond Alphonse, 

to Bernard Edmond Vanden . 3827 

Varney, Vernon Frederick, to Byron T. 

Varney . 1091 

Veazey, Alma Mildred, to Alma Mildred 

Johnson . 728 

Vikan, Gustav Larsen, to Gustav Adolf 

Larsen . 1090 

Von Borstel, Theodore Henry, to Theodore 

Henry Borstel . 497 

Vrabetz, Rudolph, to Howard Rudy Roberts 1310 
Walesiak, Cecile Marie, to Cecile Marie Wal¬ 
lace . 1091 

Walk, Hellmuth, to Martin Frank Walker.... 801 

Walk, Siegfried, to Ross Walker . 1246 

Wanchomika, Iwan, to John Warman . 1384 

Welliver, Sherill Benjamin Barclay (Barrie), 

to Barrie Whalen . 110 

Welykochy, Dmytro, to Michael D. Wellock 1551 
Wener, Albert, to Robert Albert Wenner .... 1826 
Wesa, Thelma Catherine, to Thelma Cath¬ 
erine Meiss . 3043 

Wilchynski, Edward, to Edward Wilkie . 3277 

Wildblood, Joseph Allan, to Joseph Allan 

Wildwood . 951 

Willdey, Clifford, to Clifford Woods . 232 

Wolinsky, Joseph, to Joseph Wall . 3826 

Woolfenden, Fred, to Fred Wolfenden . 2662 

Wuorimaa, August Hilland, to August Hil- 

land . 569 

Wynnychuk, Gregory, to Harry Wynn . 3057 

Wynnyczuk, Nicholas (Nick Wynnychuk), 

to Nick Wynn . 1246 

Yung, Edward Johann, to Edward John 

Young . 2302 

Zabolotny, Floyd Jacob (Saftey), to Floyd 

Jacob Bolton . 2978 

Zawisza, Juliana Grace, to Judith Bennett 2851 
“ Health Act,” regulations governing the con¬ 
struction and operation of frozen food locker 
plants . 638 


“ Marriage Act ”— 

Cancellation of registration of ministers and 
clergymen registered under ....301, 570, 874, 

1182, 1612, 1921, 2300, 2602, 2979, 3276, 3521, 3826 
Harrison, Laurence Holland, and Mary Jocelyn 

Sharpe, marriage of, declared valid . 3217 

Labish, Vladimir, and Miroslawa Symchyck, 

marriage of, declared valid . 1181 

List of ministers and clergymen registered 

under . 2575 

Supplementary list of ministers and clergymen 

registered under .302, 570, 

874, 1182, 1612, 1921, 2300, 2979, 3275, 3521, 3826 
Wood, Albert Charles, and Stella Ungeran, 
marriage of, declared valid . 2979 

LABOUR: 


“ Factories Act,” rescinding amendments to and 
amending regulations governing the installa¬ 
tion, operation, and maintenance of freight 

and passenger elevators . 169 

" Female Minimum Wage Act ”— 

Board of Industrial Relations, authorizing cer¬ 
tain persons to issue temporary exemptions 109 

Order No. 2a (1947), re apprentices . 3516 

Order No. 5 (1947), re personal service occupa¬ 
tion . 2512 

Order No. 24, Supplementary (1947), re mer¬ 
cantile industry . 3458 

Order No. 24a (1947), re mercantile industry 1308 
Order No. 25 (1947), re manufacturing industry 289 


LABOUR— Continued. 


Page. 


“ Female Minimum Wage Act ”— Continued. 
Order No. 25a (1947), re manufacturing in¬ 


dustry . 2296 

Order No. 27 (1947), re hairdressing occupation 1308 

Order No. 34 a (1947), re office occupation . 1308 

Order No. 49 (1947), re wood-working industry 290 
Order No. 51 (1947), re household-furniture 

manufacturing industry . 291 

Order No. 52 a (1947), re hotel and catering 

industry . 3516 

Order No. 55 (1947), re box-manufacturing 

industry . 289 

Order No. 62 (1947), re shingle industry . 292 

Order No. 68 (1947), re Christmas-tree indus¬ 
try . 1382 

“ Hours of Work Act ”— 

Board of Industrial Relations, authorizing cer¬ 
tain persons to issue temporary exemptions 109 

Order No. 17 b, re baking industry . 3458 

Regulation re mercantile industry (Christmas, 

1947, temporary) . 3457 

Regulation No. 5 a cancelling Regulation No. 5 3053 
Regulation No. 31, re cemetery-workers occu¬ 
pation . 288 

Regulations Nos. 32, 32 a, 32b, re construction 

industry .1468, 1469 

Regulation No. 33, re stationary steam engi¬ 
neer and special engineer occupations. 3180 

Regulation No. 34, re occupations within 

premises covered by beer licences . 2863 

“ Male Minimum Wage Act ”— 

Board of Industrial Relations, authorizing 
certain persons to issue temporary exemp¬ 
tions . 109 

Order No. 1 (1947), re logging industry. 288 

Order No. 1 a (1947), re logging industry. 1548 

Order No. 1 b (1947), re logging industry. 1627 

Order No. 2 a (1947), re apprentices . 3516 

Order No. 5 (1947), re personal service occu¬ 
pation . 2512 

Order No. 25 (1947), re manufacturing indus¬ 
try . 289 

Order No. 25A (1947), re manufacturing in¬ 
dustry . 2296 

Order No. 27 (1947), re hairdressing occupa¬ 
tion . 1308 

Order No. 28 a (1947), rescinding Order No. 

28 . 2235 

Erratum . 2297 

Order No. 47 a (1947), re fruit and vegetable 

industry . 1180 

Order No. 49 (1947), re wood-working indus¬ 
try . 290 

Order No. 50 (1947), re sawmill industry. 293 

Order No. 51 (1947), re household-furntiure 

manufacturing industry . 291 

Order No. 52 a (1947), re hotel and catering 

industry . 3516 

Order No. 55 (1947), re box-manufacturing 

industry . 289 

Order No. 58 (1947), re carpentry trade. 2297 

Order No. 59, Supplementary (1947), re mer¬ 
cantile industry . 3457 

Order No. 62 (1947), re shingle industry. 292 

Order No. 68 (1947), re Christmas-tree indus¬ 
try . 1382 


“ Shops Regulation and Weekly Half-holiday 
Act ”— 

Hedley, amending regulations re closing hours 2168 
Rutland District, amending regulations re clos¬ 
ing hours . 1180 

Townsite of Westbank, amending regulations 
re closing hours . 1180 


LANDS, APPLICATIONS TO LEASE: 


Alberni Pacific Lumber Co., Ltd. 12 

Allen, Fred . 3591 

Allison Logging Co., Ltd. 3060 

Anderson, Hans Kristen .2456, 3282 

Arnet, Edgar and Walter . 808 

Ash, George St. Albyn Hargood . 238 

B. & H. Mill & Lumber Co., Ltd.179, 1251 

B.C. Fir & Cedar Lumber Co., Ltd. 238 

B.C. Fir & Cedar Lumber Co. (Sechelt), Ltd. 2932 

Baines, Ernest George . 2996 

Barnes, George Barkley . 116 

Bartholet & Bell . 3764 

Bates, Warren Ralph . 1096 

Bell & Bartholet .1923, 3833 

Bell, James . 3404 

Bergman, John . 2607 

Bloedel, Stewart & Welch, Ltd.1761, 1832, 3220, 3699 

Bradley, William Hart . 878 

Brandt, Charles C.1033, 3219 

Brandt, Sophie A. 2868 

Brennan, Michael John . 12 

Brines, A. H., and E. M. Killam . 1760 

British American Oil Co., Ltd., The .956, 2607 









































































































INDEX, 1947. 


XXXI 


LANDS. APPLICATIONS TO LEASE— Continued. PA&L 


British Columbia Electric Co., Ltd. 807 

British Columbia Forest Products, Ltd.2868, 3526 

British Columbia Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd. 

... 12, 656, 1096, 2665, 2801 

British Yukon Navigation Co. Ltd., The .... 1249, 3060 
Bromley, William Joseph, Frank Taylor, and 

Albert McLean . 3833 

Brooks, Frederick J. 2516 

Brownfield, Clifford J. 3463 

Burley, Norman George Barresford, and Edmund 

Frank Osborne . 1187 

Butler, Claude . 1473, 1554 

C. E. Blackwell & Co. 807 

C.W. Logging Co., Ltd. 3525 

C. W. Swanson Industries, Ltd. 2933 

Callison, Dennis William . 1250 

Callison, Elisha Oscar . 1251, 2384, 3060 

Callison, John F. 1250 

Callison, Narred Lynch . 1761, 2665 

Callison, Winnifred Frances . 2383 

Cameron, James Bruce . 1830 

Canadian Puget Sound Lumber & Timber Co., 

Ltd. 3699 

Canadian White Pine Co., Ltd. 574 

Central Builders’ Supply, Ltd. 2932 

Chilson, Edwin . 3060 

Chmelyk, Tom . 2867 

Christy, Florence Lillian . 1249 

Christy, John Henry . 1032, 3220 

Clarke, Robert . 1250 

Comox Logging and Railway Co. 12 , 1473, 2801 

Contract Trading Co., Ltd. 1632 

Corfield, Herbert . 2001 

Cotton, Alice . 2245 

Cotton, Charles Thomas . 2245 

Courvoisier, Gladys . 1998 

Courvoisier, Henry Charles . 1250 

Cox, Long & Co. (Canada), Ltd. 438 

Coyle, John Douglas . 117, 2384 

Crossfield, James Arthur, and James Murray 

Hume . 2996 

Daziel, George Inglis . 2099 

Deagle, William James . 1187 

DeMasters, Dorance D. 1473 

DeMasters, Jesse L. 1473 

Dodgson, Herbert A. M. 2456 

Donovan, Richard Neville . 2933 

Doumont, George, and James Dickie . 1830 

Dunham’s Food Service . 1632 

Dunster, Archibald George . 878, 2516 

East Asiatic Co. (B.C.), Ltd. 1473 

Elk River Timber Co., Ltd. 2305 

Ellison, George William . 3765 

Engeman, Frank William . 3222 

Falconer Marine Industries, Ltd. 1998 

Forrester, T. P...1552, 1632 

Fowler, Gilbert C., and Loran and Dorothy Peak 2665 

Fraser, Hugh Thomas . 1762 

Fraser Wood Products, Ltd. 3589 

Gardiner, Harry L. 1924 

Gardiner, Reid W. 3699 

George, Arthur Frank . 1314 

George, Raymond Arthur . 1251 

Glaspie Lumber Co., Ltd. 2607 

Gow, Harry Broughton . 1096 

Great West Towing Salvage, Ltd. 2452 

Greenan, Marion Marie . 1553 

Greenan, Paul Joseph . 1553 

Gustavson Bros. Logging Co., Ltd. 957 

Hadley, Charles Berry . 3281 

Hansen, Henry M. 1923 

Haralson, Lome . 1251 

Harbour Towing Co., Ltd. 3282 

Heggelund. Louis and Velva . 1998 

Hemeon, Ralph B. 1632 

Hickman, Douglas William . 655 

Highway Construction Co., Ltd. 2933 

Hill, Frank Liot .,. 2668 

Homer, Anna V. 1998 

Homer, John and Meneen . 1998 

Homer, Wayne Hendrikson . 3463 

Howard, Lewis E. and Wayne N. 2801 

Howlett, Earnest . 2516 

Hubbard, Alfred Mathew . 503 

Hudson’s Bay Co. 3764 

Humphrey, Ashton Charles . 2867 

Imperial Oil, Ltd. 1831 

Ingram, William Montague . 879 

Inlet Logging Co., Ltd. 3284 

International Pulpwood Supply Co. 880 

Irwin, Gilbert Dalrymple . 1388 

J. H. Todd & Sons, Ltd.1096, 1188 

Jarbo, Mike . 1474 

Jorgenson, Tom . 3123 

Kachuck, Jack . 3220 

Keeley, Burton C. 808 

Kelsey, William . 2304 


Page. 

LANDS, APPLICATIONS TO LEASE— Continued. 


Kirk, Ronald L. 2999 

Lama-Wood Products, Ltd. 3763 

Lambert, Ellenor Vera Sarah . 2386 

Lamont, Alexander . 3222 

Langille, Archibald . 1032 

Lanson, D. J. A. 1923 

Laucks, Ltd. 2178 

Levague, Rev. Ivon . 2868 

Long, Roy Joseph . 1032 

Longhurst, Edith Blanche . 3590 

Longhurst, William J. 3590 

Loranger, Albert . 1032 

Macalister, Francis Stuart . 437 

Macdonald, James Frederick . 3060 

McDonald, Malcom . 2606 

McDougall, Duncan Ranald . 166, 2456 

McLennan, Alastair Hamilton and Pete Dave .... 2516 

McTavish, Murray . 3698 

M and H Logging, Ltd. 2176 

M. R. Cliff Tugboat Co., Ltd. 2176 

Maggs, William John . 1251 

Malin, Madonna . 1248 

Masters, Cyril John . 1387 

Matheson, Arthur . 2932 

Maxted. William F. 2867 

Miller, John Z., and Burton F. Crick . 2801, 2999 

Morehouse, Harold Victor . 3123, 3221 

Nand, Ernest 0. 957 

Naud, Ernest 0. 1314 

Neal, Leamon Currie, and Gaston LeBlanc . 656 

Netterfield, Joel Mitchell . 3404 

Newnham, Ellen . 12 

Noakes, Harry . 1250, 3699 

Noakes, Sylva Gordon . 1760 

Northwest Towing Co., Ltd. 2386 

Olney, Julian N. 373 

Osborne Logging Co., Ltd. 1553 

Ottens, John . 373 

Overland, William Henry . 3281 

Owen, Elbert D. .. 3220 

Pacific Coyle Navigation Co., Ltd. 117, 1314 

Pacific Mills, Ltd. 1248 

Parsons, James Edward . 1187 

Parsons, Thomasena . 1829 

Pas Lumber Co., Ltd., The . 1631 

Peirce, David Gale .:. 1314 

Penticton Sawmills, Ltd., The . 306 

Phillips, Turney W., and Robert M. Baldwin .... 178 

Pike, Arthur George . 1923 

Poison, David Scott . 878 

Poroznuk, Nick . 3282 

Port Edward Cellulose Co., Ltd. 1762, 2304 

Rabeneck, Edward and Joan Elizabeth . 237 

Ramstad, Lawrence H. 1250 

Randall, Howard W. 733 

Robinson, Eric Ralph . 1187 

Rose, Francis William, Thelma, and Hilary Elsie 

Purdy . 116 

Runkle, Violet Frances . 1314 

Salmon River Logging Co., Ltd. 3346 

Sauer, Albert O. and John . 1033 

Schauwecker, Lawrence Henry .3122, 3125 

Scheideman, John . 1390 

Scott, John W., August F. Larson, Joseph Mc- 

Lellan, and Louis F. Larson .. 1032 

Semotuik, Harry . 1251 

Sheffield, Bert Ralph .2098, 2867 

Sinclair & Boyd, Ltd. 503 

Sittler, Victor A.1474, 2606 

Skeena, Lumber Co., Ltd. 2453 

Slyman, Mohammed Hussin . 1387 

Slyman, Mohid Hussin . 1251 

Smith, Nathaniel Hugh . 1248 

Smith, William Alden . 807 

Sorg Pulp Co., Ltd. 3589 

Sparks, Wilfred Eska . 2383 

Standard Oil Co. of British Columbia, Ltd. 2801 

Stanton, James R. 437 

Stevens, William . 878 

Stewart, Charles Joseph . 1387 

Tait, Jessie .3344, 3589 

Tantin, Pacifico . 2867 

Taylor, Derwent Teasdale . 11 

Thomas, Albert E.2516, 3699 

Thorburn, Bernard R. 12 

Tipping, Sarah Elizabeth . 2801 

Trans-Pacific Lumber Co., Ltd. 2305 

Tucker, Erwin Austin . 2098 

Tucker, Gladys Eliza .2868, 3591 

Turner, Robert Jauncey . 2304 

Wahl, Ed . 656 

Walters, Clyde Buddman . 2607 

Warren, Frederick James Douglas and Violet 

Evelyn . 2453 

Western Plywood Co., Ltd.12, 1313 

Williams, Arthur Elery . 2306 

Wilson, James Clarence . 2247, 3525 






























































































































































































XXX11 


INDEX, 1947 


Page. 

LANDS, APPLICATIONS TO LEASE— Continued. 


Winram, James Mills . 2801 

Wismer, Gordon Sylvester . 2384 

Woodhead, Kirby Willis . 2935 

Wright. Geo. R. 2996 

Young, Arthur Leonard and Mac Robert . 178 

Zeballos Lumber Co., Ltd. 656 

LANDS, APPLICATIONS TO PURCHASE: 

Axlund, Wendell G. 1764 

Barnett, Albert . 1319 

Barrett, Stanley Noble . 1927 

Bastin, Matthew . 1834 

Bayne, Violet Sarah . 2871 

Beale Knox, Ltd. 1834 

Beckman Lumber Co., Ltd. 13 

Berge, Chauncey Allen . 2248 

Beurling, Arvid Gustav . 2102 

Bobb, Edward Rubin . 1927 

Boring, Eugene and William . 2307 

Boundary Sawmills, Ltd.180, 308 

Bowler, Earl S. . 239 

Brewer, Roy C. and Margaret J. 943 

Brimaeombe, Herbert . 308 

British Columbia Electric Co., Ltd. 2669 

Buckerfield, Edward Ernest . 13 

Bush, Ray Earle . 1834 

Butler, Leonard H. 3591 

Cadsand, Daniel Francis . 3126 

Callahison, Alex. 2607 

Cameron, John . 1098 

Cameron, Ralph E. 1478 

Cameron, Tudie Roddy . 2803 

Canadian White Pine Co., Ltd.180, 438, 1319 

Charron, Fortunat . 3284 

Chase, Emmott . 3222 

Cheetham, Harley . 13 

Chmelyk, Nick . 1478 

Chmelyk, Sam . 1478 

Clarke, Alfred . 2936 

Clay, Carl James . 3406 

Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co. of Canada, 

Ltd. 3063 

Darnall, Ross Jay . 117 

DeCecco, Giulio . 504 

Diamond “ S ” Ranch, Ltd. 2521 

Dick, Leonard Thomas . 3125 

Dillon, Frances . 1555 

Di Marzo, Joseph . 2870 

Donald, William James . 2247 

Dougherty, Edward George . 1634 

Dresser, Fred James . 3347 

Ebert, John Melville . 3063 

Embree, Ivan Forrest . 1834 

Enderton, Stewart William . 2387 

Engeman, Frank William . 3222 

Evoy, George Emmerson . 1392 

Fahey, James Lawrence . 1634 

Feenie, Lester Howard .308, 3000 

Felhauer, Walter Francis . 1477 

Fiddes, John Blair . 2247 

Fowler, William . 3701 

Fowler, Willard Rylie . 3526 

Franklin, F. Veranous . 3223 

Garbitt, Harry . 881 

Gaugh, Allen Herbert . 1319 

Gaugh, Don Alexander . 1319 

Good, James Andrew . 2456 

Good (Jr.), Henry James . 423 

Gowen. Charles Nelson . 3834 

Gramson, Albert Edward . 1834 

Granberg, Ellis . 504 

Greening, W. B., and W. W. Wiley . 3064 

Guilbride, Thomas Barrett . 2999 

Hadland, Arthur Richard . 2457 

Hadland, Austin Gillette . 2387 

Hadland. Richard Edward . 2457 

Hadland, Roger John . 2457 

Hamilton, Herbert M. . 881 

Hamilton, John McKeen . 3000 

Hansen, Fritz . 3347 

Harding, Arthur John . 374 

Harding, E. F. 13 

Hargrave, Charles Maurice . 1764 

Hawkins, Edwin Irvin . 2456 

Heindricks, Frederick Edwin . 3284 

Hole, William Howard . 2936 

Huddart.. T. K. 2179 

Hudson, Edmund Roy . 1834 

Hughes, Bert A. 1319 

Hunter, Patrick . 1319 

Hutton, Edward G. 1634 

Jakel, Gustav W. 1478 

Jakel, Gustavus W. 735 

Johnson. Rae S. 3465 

Jones, Arthur Edgar . 2803 

Jones, Frank Wilmot . 3526 

Jones, Myheera E. and Gordon S.*. 2247 

Kemm, Albert . 2307 


Page. 

LANDS, APPLICATIONS TO PURCHASE— Con¬ 
tinued. 


Kenward, Vivian Frederick Roy . 2520 

Koch, Hans . 3346 

Langerud, Borge . 3222 

Langerud, Brede . 3222 

Langerud, George Odd . 3222 

Langerud, Henry . 3223 

Langstaff (Jr.), Ward R. 2179 

Lapointe, Joseph Louis . 1319 

Larkin, Edna . 1320 

Larson, John 0. 882 

Latimer, George Robert . 2871 

Lazareff, S. A.1556, 2668 

Leonard, Alton W. 3879 

Lewis, James W. 2803 

Linden, Erik William . 3284 

Little, Lea . 3406 

Little, Norman David . 3406 

Low, Allan James . 3406 

McClellan, James E.3125, 3347 

Macomber, Ray B. 2608 

McCombs, Elsie Irene . 1928 

Maconnell, Bruce Uiffe .1834, 1929 

McEachern, George Wilfred . 3527 

McKort, Irvin James . 1556 

McLean, Mary Ethel .2937, 3346 

McLean, William . 1478 

McLeod, Jean F. 1765 

McTavish, Archie . 3701 

McTavish, Glenn . 3701 

McTavish, Howard . 3701 

Marsh, Ruric Leon . 3285 

Marshall, Hawthorne Agnew .1556, 2936 

Martin, Duke . 3834 

Middleton, George M. 1035 

Moreau, Bernard .2247, 3527 

Morgan, T. P. 1320 

Morgan, Tom Powell . 2247 

Morrison, David Lachlan . 2387 

Morrison, William . 3285 

Morton, Edmund . 1555 

Mossman, Anne Gordon . 1320 

Mottishaw, O., and Chas. R. Bryden . 2520 

Muirhead, E. V. 14 

Munch, Arnold . 374 

Myers, Roy Charles . 2004 

Naud, Ernest 0. 1253 

Newman, Raymond Daniel . 1480 

Newman, Wallace Richard .13, 959 

Nicholson, Donald R. 239 

Nicholson, John Wilbert . 14 

Nickel, Henry . 179 

Niemi. William Frank . 3834 

Oldfield, Charles Nelson and Frederick Allen. 

.657, 1928 

Ollenberger, George . 3526 

Ollenberger, Valentine . 3527 

Osborne, Alvin Arthur . 2669 

Parker, Alice H. .. 1764 

Pearse, John . 1635 

Peeling, Andrew . 2668 

Peterman, Henry Sinclair . 438 

Phypers, George Alfred . 179 

Pieper, William P. and Vivian I., and Jean E. 

and Gilbert E. Haskamp . 2937 

Placsko, Frank . 880 

Plante, Edith Lillian . 3346 

Poirier, Bernice P. 2668 

Port Edward Cellulose Co., Ltd.1764, 1928 

Powell, Jack Kenneth . 2307 

Pritchard, Arthur Carlyle . 658 

Pritchard, Norma Nancy . 2102 

Purjue, Elmer . 1035 

Rabich, Tony . 735 

Reedel, Bertha Louise . 1253 

Rickard, William . 1392 

Robinson, James Ian . 3702 

Rogers, Max Edward . 2936 

Rosenau, Richard William . 1392 

Rowley, Darrow L. 3526 

Rusk, George . 2609 

Ryan, Clayton C. 3000 

Scott, Douglas . 1263 

Servant, J. A. Ray . 3406 

Sheppard, William Janies . 1394 

Silver-Skagit Logging Co., Ltd.2102, 2608 

Simmons, J. Lael . 2307 

Skeena Lumber Co., Ltd. 2456 

Smalley, Julian Stephen . 1765 

Smith, Alexander M. 3000 

Smith, Wilkie Angus . 13 

Sookerukoff, Pete W. 14 

Starnes. Hugh . 2871 

Stave Lake Cedar, Ltd. 3064 

Stearns, James Andrew . 14 

Tallman, Roy Melvin .'.. 13 

Terpening, Arthur J. 1320 

Tibbies, Fred Cevis . 2001 

Todosuk, Daniel . 3766 












































































































































































































INDEX, 1947 


xxxm 


LANDS, APPLICATIONS TO PURCHASE—€on- rA<E 
tinued. 


Tompkins, Brian George . 2001 

Tower, Lloyd George . 1928 

Trudeau, Lawrence . 2001 

Van Horlick, Bruce Alexander . 576 

Vansickle, James Gilbert . 2937 

Vernon, Arthur John . 657 

Vickerstaff, P. E. 3000 

Voght, Timothy . 1253 

Wagner, Joseph and Anthony . 2936 

Wagner, Joseph and John .3527, 3701 

Wagner, Leo . 2936 

Wagner, William Wallace . 1764 

Watson, James Henry, and Donald Harris . 2247 

White, Arthur Tremaine, and Alfred Sultan. 3064 

Whitley, Emma B. 13 , ug 

Whitley, William Pharis . 576 

Wiens, Jack and Margaret . 118 

Williams, Thelma Violet . 3347 

Windt, Thomas E. 1556 

Winter, Helen J. 959 

Wintle, Robert L. 2936 

Wolfe, Samuel G. 1764 

Wood, Philip Henry . 2668 

Woodcox, Harry John . 3701 

Wright, Howard Ernest . 1928 

Young, Andrew and Louis . 2388 

Young, Robert Benson . 1556 


LANDS DEPARTMENT: 


Calling for Tenders: 

Timber Licence X9429, purchase of. 2372 

Timber Licence X10650, purchase of. 1026 

Timber Licence X21331, purchase of. 1913 

Timber Licence X21970, purchase of. 2161 

Timber Licence X26113, purchase of. 3057 

Timber Licence X26653, purchase of. 3679 

Timber Licence X28306, purchase of. 2097 

Timber Licence X29475, purchase of. 3447 

Timber Licence X31708, purchase of. 3058 

Timber Licence X32026, purchase of. 3049 

Timber Licence X32559, purchase of. 2360 

Timber Licence X33931, purchase of. 1386 

Timber Licence X34256, purchase of. 2382 

Timber Licence X35185, purchase of. 3265 

Timber Licence X36340, purchase of. 233 

Timber Licence X36372, purchase of. 642 

Timber Licence X36534, purchase of. 3759 

Timber Licence X36598, purchase of. 1986 

Timber Licence X36800, purchase of. 434 

Timber Licence X36883, purchase of. 356 

Timber Licence X37427, purchase of. 2240 

Timber Licence X37847, purchase of. 1462 

Timber Licence X37964, purchase of. 113 

Timber Licence X38099, purchase of. 1749 

Timber Licence X38907, purchase of. 2079 

Timber Licence X38960, purchase of. 1985 

Timber Licence X39143, purchase of. 1749 

Timber Licence X39154, purchase of. 2241 

Timber Licence X39208, purchase of. 2560 

Timber Licence X39346, purchase of. 1373 

Timber Licence X39403, purchase of. 3049 

Timber Licence X39511, purchase of. 953 

Timber Licence X39763, purchase of. 875 

Timber Licence X39829, purchase of. 805 

Timber Licence X39866, purchase of. 2572 

Timber Licence X39966, purchase of. 172 

Timber Licence X40007, purchase of. 432 

Timber Licence X40072, purchase of. 233 

Timber Licence X40086, purchase of. 165 

Timber Licence X40190, purchase of. 1027 

Timber Licence X40284, purchase of. 3693 

Timber Licence X40291, purchase of. 2574 

Timber Licence X40293, purchase of. 805 

Timber Licence X40322, purchase of. 2442 

Timber Licence X40329, purchase of. 3573 

Timber Licence X40334, purchase of. 501 

Timber Licence X40373, purchase of. 2573 

Timber Licence X40512, purchase of. 3391 

Timber Licence X40530, purchase of. 498 

Timber Licence X40579, purchase of. 2243 

Timber Licence X40586, purchase of. 2500 

Timber Licence X40614, purchase of. 432 

Timber Licence X40660, purchase of. 6 

Timber Licence X40664, purchase of. 432 

Timber Licence X40697, purchase of. 176 

Timber Licence X40703, purchase of. 356 

Timber Licence X40714. purchase of. 498 

Timber Licence X40775, purchase of. 172 

Timber Licence X40802, purchase of. 2514 

Timber Licence X40815, purchase of. 941 

Timber Licence X40842, purchase of. 369 

Timber Licence X40897, purchase of. 1815 

Timber Licence X40903, purchase of. 1027, 2560 

Timber Licence X40941, purchase of. 175 

Timber Licence X40960, purchase of.. 3280 

Timber Licence X40965, purchase of. 172 

Timber Licence X40983, purchase of. 1029 


LANDS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Page. 


Calling for Tenders— Continued . 

Timber Licence X40984, purchase of. 236 

Timber Licence X41023, purchase of. 3877 

Timber Licence X41031, purchase of. 1984 

Timber Licence X41068, purchase of. 304 

Timber Licence X41072, purchase of. 3265 

Timber Licence X41115, purchase of. 2163 

Timber Licence X41116, purchase of. 2500 

Timber Licence X41137, purchase of. 731 

Timber Licence X41169, purchase of. 3400 

Timber Licence X41174, purchase of. 432 

Timber Licence X41213, purchase of. 2847 

Timber Licence X41263, purchase of. 731 

Timber Licence X41301, purchase of. 941 

Timber Licence X41330, purchase of. 951 

Timber Licence X41335, purchase of. 1304 

Timber Licence X41358, purchase of. 3507 

Timber Licence X41368, purchase of. 1304 

Timber Licence X41383, purchase of. 652 

Timber Licence X41400, purchase of. 2506 

Timber Licence X41412, purchase of. 1093 

Timber Licence X41422, purchase of. 955 

Timber Licence X41750, purchase of. 3680 

Timber Licence X41450, purchase of. 3461 

Timber Licence X41504, purchase of. 732 

Timber Licence X41512, purchase of. 1750 

Timber Licence X41513, purchase of. 2652 

Timber Licence X41537, purchase of. 731 

Timber Licence X41562, purchase of. 953 

Timber Licence X41574, purchase of. 951 

Timber Licence X41630, purchase of. 1986 

Timber Licence X41631, purchase of. 1462 

Timber Licence X41640, purchase of. 2500 

Timber Licence X41671, purchase of. 2161 

Timber Licence X41691, purchase of. 1985 

Timber Licence X41700, purchase of. 951 

Timber Licence X41717, purchase of. 1027 

Timber Licence X41722, purchase of. 1094 

Timber Licence X41748, purchase of. 2175 

Timber Licence X41801, purchase of. 1094 

Timber Licence X41826, purchase of. 2241 

Timber Licence X41830, purchase of. 2173 

Timber Licence X41885, purchase of. 3511 

Timber Licence X41896, purchase of. 1617 

Timber Licence X41909, purchase of. 1817 

Timber Licence X41916, purchase of. 1311 

Timber Licence X41930, purchase of. 1237 

Timber Licence X41932, purchase of. 1237 

Timber Licence X41938, purchase of. 1750 

Timber Licence X42017, purchase of. 2360 

Timber Licence X42033, purchase of. 1749 

Timber Licence X42039, purchase of. 3045 

Timber Licence X42045, purchase of. 2081 

Timber Licence X42066, purchase of. 1815 

Timber Licence X42072, purchase of. 2161 

Timber Licence X42073, purchase of. 1749 

Timber Licence X42079, purchase of. 1985 

Timber Licence X42082, purchase of. 1986 

Timber Licence X42098, purchase of. 2710 

Timber Licence X42109, purchase of. 2986 

Timber Licence X42115, purchase of. 2241 

Timber Licence X42135, purchase of. 1386 

Timber Licence X42157, purchase of. 2996 

Timber Licence X42175, purchase of. 1986 

Timber Licence X42189, purchase of. 2560 

Timber Licence X42192, purchase of. 1912 

Timber Licence X42207, purchase of. 1815 

Timber Licence X42219, purchase of. 1619 

Timber Licence X42229, purchase of. 1829 

Timber Licence X42230, purchase of. 1749 

Timber Licence X42234, purchase of. 1758 

Timber Licence X42242, purchase of. 2514 

Timber Licence X42275, purchase of. 3058 

Timber Licence X42295, purchase of. 1817 

Timber Licence X42299, purchase of. 1985 

Timber Licence X42319, purchase of. 2451 

Timber Licence X42328, purchase of. 2291 

Timber Licence X42330, purchase of. 3570 

Timber Licence X42331, purchase of. 3121 

Timber Licence X42333, purchase of. 1912 

Timber Licence X42346, purchase of. 1986 

Timber Licence X42348, purchase of. 2372 

Timber Licence X42349, purchase of. 2560 

Timber Licence X42364, purchase of. 2431 

Timber Licence X42393, purchase of. 2229 

Timber Licence X42396, purchase of. 2433 

Timber Licence X42398, purchase of. 1826 

Timber Licence X42407, purchase of. 2372 

Timber Licence X42408, purchase of. 1985 

Timber Licence X42422, purchase of.. 1985 

Timber Licence X42435, purchase of. 3049 

Timber Licence X42446, purchase of. 2442 

Timber Licence X42450, purchase of. 2098 

Timber Licence X42456, purchase of. 2500 

Timber Licence X42478, purchase of. 2161 

Timber Licence X42483, purchase of. 3460 

Timber Licence X42513, purchase of. 2500 

Timber _ Licence X42535, purchase of. 2560 


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XXXIV 


INDEX, 1947 


LANDS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Page. 


LANDS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Page. 


Calling fob Tenders— Continued . 

Timber Licence X42536, purchase of. 3045 

Timber Licence X42549, purchase of. 2500 

Timber Licence X42562, purchase of. 2709 

Timber Licence X425G5, purchase of. 3341 

Timber Licence X42585, purchase of. 2241 

Timber Licence X42630, purchase of. 2229 

Timber Licence X42631, purchase of. 2573 

Timber Licence X42G45, purchase of. 2847 

Timber Licence X42650, purchase of. 2572 

Timber Licence X42656, purchase of. 3450 

Timber Licence X42668, purchase of. 2914 

Timber Licence X42715, purchase of. 3400 

Timber Licence X42736, purchase of. 2649 

Timber Licence X42738, purchase of. 2672 

Timber Licence X42745, purchase of. 2649 

Timber Licence X42764, purchase of. 3166 

Timber Licence X42779, purchase of. ... 2932 

Timber Licence X42780, purchase of. 3680 

Timber Licence X42793, purchase of.3266, 3570 

Timber Licence X42794, purchase of. 3120 

Timber Licence X42799, purchase of. 3762 

Timber Licence X42801, purchase of. 2932 

Timber Licence X42818, purchase of. 3341 

Timber Licence X42823, purchase of. 3057 

Timber Licence X42829, purchase of. 2662 

Timber Licence X42832, purchase of. 3348 

Timber Licence X42870, purchase of. 2845 

Timber Licence X42880, purchase of. 2932 

Timber Licence X42892, purchase of. 3762 

Timber Licence X42902, purchase of. 3106 

Timber Licence X42913, purchase of. 3341 

Timber Licence X42916, purchase of. 2662 

Timber Licence X42935, purchase of. 2710 

Timber Licence X42958, purchase of. 3391 

Timber Licence X42976, purchase of. 2865 

Timber Licence X42984, purchase of. 3573 

Timber Licence X43011, purchase of. 3106 

Timber Licence X43012, purchase of. 3045 

Timber Licence X43031, purchase of. 3265 

Timber Licence X43041, purchase of. 3391 

Timber Licence X43056, purchase of. 3759 

Timber Licence X43071, purchase of. 3170 

Timber Licence X43080, purchase of. 3447 

Timber Licence X43093, purchase of. 3759 

Timber Licence X43111, purchase of. 3278 

Timber Licence X43114, purchase of. 3680 

Timber Licence X43125, purchase of. 3573 

Timber Licence X43131, purchase of. 3460 

Timber Licence X43132, purchase of. 3759 

Timber Licence X43169, purchase of. 3693 

Timber Licence X43174, purchase of. 3759 

Timber Licence X43243, purchase of. 3588 

Timber Licence X43262, purchase of. 3523 

Timber Licence X43264, purchase of. 3265 

Timber Licence X43283, purchase of. 3523 

Timber Licence X43293, purchase of. 3697 

Timber Licence X43303, purchase of. 3588 

Timber Licence X43324, purchase of. 3695 

Timber Licence X43370, purchase of. 3400 

Timber Licence X43398, purchase of. 3879 

Timber Licence X43417, purchase of. 3507 

Timber Licence X43422, purchase of. 3830 

Timber Licence X43444, purchase of. 3879 

Timber Licence X43463, purchase of. 3507 

Timber Licence X4.3476, purchase of. 3460 

Timber Licence X43477, purchase of. 3759 

Timber Licence X43490, purchase of. 3680 

Timber Licence X43515, purchase of. 3680 

Timber Licence X43519, purchase of. 3679 

Timber Licence X43685, purchase of. 3760 

Timber Licence X43686, purchase of. 3759 


Miscellaneous : 

“ Forest Act ”— 

Forest Management Licences— 


Canadian Western Timber Co., Ltd. 3522 

Paragon Sawmills, Ltd. 3695 

Port Edward Cellulose Co., Ltd. 1984 

“ Land Act ”— 

Peace River Land Recording District, redefin¬ 
ing boundaries . 876 

Regulations re permanent survey monuments.. 1243 
Telegraph Creek Land Recording District, re¬ 
defining boundaries . 876 

Timber Licence X107, auction sale. 2435 

Timber Licence X170, auction sale. 2228 

Timber Licence X3148, auction sale. 499 

Timber Licence X8245, auction sale. 3044 

Timber Licence X9429, auction sale. 2450 

Timber Licence X15839, auction sale. 3507 

Timber Licence X19611, auction sale. 3878 

Timber Licence X21800, auction sale. 3685 

Timber Licence X23053, auction sale.. 2227 

Timber Licence X23160, auction sale. 1236 

Timber Licence X23314, auction sale.. 2849 

Timber Licence X23635, auction sale. 1828 

Timber Licence X23666, auction sale. 795 

Timber Licence X23732, auction sale. 952 


Miscellaneous— Continued . 

Timber Licence X24547, auction sale. 1912 

Timber Licence X25244, auction sale. 2230 

Timber Licence X25341, auction sale. 3110 

Timber Licence X25479, auction sale. 3507 

Timber Licence X25529, auction sale. 358 

Timber Licence X25547, auction sale. 2980 

Timber Licence X25711, auction sale. 1630 

Timber Licence X25919, auction sale. 1986 

Timber Licence X26468, auction sale. 2230 

Timber Licence X27073, auction sale. 3877 

Timber Licence X27922, auction sale. 1094 

Timber Licence X30304, auction sale. 9 

Timber Licence X30747, auction sale. 3279 

Timber Licence X31165, auction sale. 3507 

Timber Licence X31402, auction sale. 2920 

Timber Licence X31572, auction sale. 3340 

Timber Licence X31575, auction sale. 3573 

Timber Licence X31745, auction sale. 1302 

Timber Licence X31866, auction sale. 1093 

Timber Licence X32638, auction sale. 2361 

Timber Licence X32978, auction sale. 3573 

Timber Licence X33986, auction sale. 1174 

Timber Licence X34303, auction sale. 1614 

Timber Licence X34591, auction sale. 3278 

Timber Licence X34852, auction sale. 2228 

Timber Licence X35167, auction sale. 1828 

Timber Licence X35873, auction sale. 2080 

Timber Licence X36155, auction sale. 952 

Timber Licence X36281, auction sale. 1184 

Timber Licence X36285, auction sale. 3829 

Timber Licence X36373, auction sale. 3751 

Timber Licence X36872, auction sale. 371 

Timber Licence X37324, auction sale. 2919 

Timber Licence X37329, auction sale. 6 

Timber Licence X37668, auction sale. 9 

Timber Licence X37764, auction sale. 2359 

Timber Licence X37814, auction sale. 2501 

Timber Licence X37837, auction sale. 1828 

Timber Licence X37861, auction sale. 3878 

Timber Licence X37890, auction sale. 1826 

Timber Licence X38155, auction sale. 1536 

Timber Licence X38314, auction sale. 2500 

Timber Licence X38414, auction sale. 2981 

Timber Licence X38422, auction sale. 572 

Timber Licence X38572, auction sale. 3400 

Timber Licence X38596, auction sale. 3278 

Timber Licence X38608, auction sale. 3878 

Timber Licence X38642, auction sale. 9 

Timber Licence X38672, auction sale. 6 

Timber Licence X38736, auction sale. 1459 

Timber Licence X38857, auction sale. 10 

Timber Licence X38858, auction sale. 173 

Timber Licence X39128, auction sale. 3570 

Timber Licence X39244, auction sale. 1304 

Timber Licence X39339, auction sale. 1184 

Timber Licence X39340, auction sale. 6 

Timber Licence X39355, auction sale. 1377 

Timber Licence X39359, auction sale. 3523 

Timber Licence X39468, auction sale. 1827 

Timber Licence X39475, auction sale. 3761 

Timber Licence X39476, auction sale. 804 

Timber Licence X39485, auction sale. 1377 

Timber Licence X39486, auction sale. 371 

Timber Licence X39508, auction sale. 2980 

Timber Licence X39509, auction sale. 8 

Timber Licence X39562, auction sale. 1537 

Timber Licence X39559, auction sale. 3389 

Timber Licence X39610, auction sale. 6 

Timber Licence X39673, auction sale. 369 

Timber Licence X39697, auction sale. 2932 

Timber Licence X39727, auction sale. 233 

Timber Licence X39757, auction sale. 1471 

Timber Licence X39795, auction sale. 3389 

Timber Licence X39818, auction sale. 951 

Timber Licence X39848, auction sale. 1374 

Timber Licence X39867, auction sale. 2663 

Timber Licence X39873, auction sale. 3877 

Timber Licence X39929, auction sale. 2848 

Timber Licence X39975, auction sale. 226 

Timber Licence X40002, auction sale. 2573 

Timber Licence X40016, auction sale. 943 

Timber Licence X40045, auction sale. 7 

Timber Licence X40072, auction sale. 356 

Timber Licence X40090, auction sale. 3045 

Timber Licence X40166, auction sale. 2360 

Timber Licence X40190, auction sale. 3059 

Timber Licence X40213, auction sale. 865 

Timber Licence X40296, auction sale. 2560 

Timber Licence X40334, auction sale. 2161 

Timber Licence X40362, auction sale. 2920 

Timber Licence X40384, auction sale. 2652 

Timber Licence X40387, auction sale. 2238 

Timber Licence X40398, auction sale. 173 

Timber Licence X40406, auction sale. 370 

Tim.ber Licence X40423, auction sale. 173 

Timber Licence X40440, auction sale. 3342 

Timber Licence X40460, auction sale. 164 

































































































































































































INDEX, 1947. 


XXXV 


LANDS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Page. 


LANDS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Miscellaneous — Continued. 


Miscellaneous— Continued . 


Timber 

Licence 

X40485, 

auction 

sale. 

. 371 

Timber 

Licence 

X41300, 

auction 

sale 

Timber 

Licence 

X40506, 

auction 

sale. 

. 2360 

Timber 

Licence 

X41310, 

auction 

sa le 

Timber 

Licence 

X40508, 

auction 

sale. 

. 499 

Timber 

Licence 

X41314, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40511, 

auction 

sale 

1301 


Licence 

X41318, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40513, 

auction 

sale. 

. 572 

Timber 

Licence 

X41324, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40518, 

auction 

sale. 

. 730 

Timber 

Licence 

X41338, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40525, 

auction 

sale. 

. 3878 

Timber 

Licence 

X41344, 

auction 

sale. 

limber 

Licence 

X40526, 

auction 

sale. 

. 3389 

Timber 

Licence 

X41374, 

auction 

sale 

'l'imber 

Licence 

X40536, 

auction 

sale. 

. 3171 

Timber 

Licence 

X41379, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40554, 

auction 

sale. 

. 1986 

Timber 

Licence 

X41381, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40561, 

auction 


1184 


Licence 

X41390, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40571, 

auction 

sale_ 

876 

Timber 

Licence 

X41401. 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40573, 

auction 

sale. 

. 358 

Timber 

Licence 

X41402, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40633, 

auction 

sale. 

. 2381 

Timber 

Licence 

X41405, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40637, 

auction 

sale. 

. 1183 

Timber 

Licence 

X41425, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40661, 

auction 

sale. 

1173 

Timber 

Licence 

X41427, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40691, 

auction 

sale... 

3390 

Timber 

Licence 

X41441, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40715, 

auction 

sale. 

2241 

Timber 

Licence 

X41453, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40733, 

auction 

sale. 

. 114 

Timber 

Licence 

X41458, 

auction 

sale. 

'Limber 

Licence 

X40739, 

auction 

sale. 

. 9 

Timber 

Licence 

X41476, 

auction 

sale. 

’Limber 

Licence 

X40744, 

auction 

sale. 

. 8 

Timber 

Licence 

X41497, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40751, 

auction 

sale. 

3587 

Timber 

Licence 

X41503, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40762, 

auction 

sale. 

. 803 

Timber 

Licence 

X41507, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40765, 

auction 

sale. 

. 951 

Timber 

Licence 

X41516, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40781, 

auction 

sale. 

. 113 

Timber 

Licence 

X41519, 

auction 

sale 

Timber 

Licence 

X40794, 

auction 


3818 


Licence 

X41526, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40803, 

auction 

sale. 

. 173 

Timber 

Licence 

X41543, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40812, 

auction 

sale. 

. 173 

Timber 

Licence 

X41548, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40816, 

auction 

sale. 

. 652 

Timber 

Licence 

X41552, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40849, 

auction 

sale. 

. 499 

Timber 

Licence 

X41560, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40862, 



562 



X41566, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40866, 

auction 

sale. 

. 572 

Timber 

Licence 

X41572, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40877, 

auction 

sale. 

. 114 

Timber 

Licence 

X41578, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X-tossi;, 

auction 

sale. 

. 954 

Timber 

Licence 

X41581, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40917, 



9 



X41582, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40920, 

auction 

sale. 

. 303 

Timber 

Licence 

X41584, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40924, 



7 



X41585, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40936, 

auction 

sale. 

. 114 

Timber 

Licence 

X41593, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40938, 

auction 

sale. 

9 

Timber 


X41607, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40940, 

auction 

sale. 

. 164 


Licence 

X41608, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40946, 

auction 

sale. 

. 2228 


Licence 

X41614, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 


X40947, 



225 



X41617, 

auction 

sale 

Timber 

Licence 

X40948, 


sale. 

357 



X41619, 

auction 

sale 

Timber 

Licence 

X40955, 

auction 

sale. 

. 235 



X41620, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40959, 

auction 

sale. 

. 358 

Timber 

Licence 

X41621, 

auction 

sale.. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40964, 

auction 

sale. 

. 371 

Timber 

Licence 

X41623, 

auction 

sale.. 



X40967, 



10 



X41628, 

auction 

sale.. 

Timber 

Licence 

X40979' 

auction 

sale. 

. 2501 

Timber 

Licence 

X41635’ 

auction 

sale 

Timber 

Licence 

X40996, 

auction 

sale. 

. 876 

Timber 

Licence 

X41638, 

auction 

sale.. 



X41003, 


sale. 

6 



X41639, 

auction 

sale.. 

Timber 

Licence 

X41007, 

auction 

sale. 

. 433 

Timber 

Licence 

X41649, 

auction 

sale.. 

Timber 

Licence 

X41021, 

auction 

sale. 

. 226 



X41650, 

auction 

sale.. 

Timber 

Licence 

X41025, 

auction 

sale. 

. 370 



X41652, 

auction 

sale.. 

Timber 

Licence 

X41042, 

auction 

sale. 

. 173 

Timber 

Licence 

X41655, 

auction 

sale.. 


Licence 

X41061, 

auction 

sale. 

. 795 



X41675, 

auction 

sale.. 



X41062, 


sale. 

. 369 



X41682, 


sale.. 

Timber 

Licence 

X41071, 

auction 

sale. 

. 234 

Timber 

Licence 

X41689, 

auction 

sale.. 



X41079, 



2098 



X41692, 



Timber 

Licence 

X4108l' 

auction 

sale. 

. 114 

Timber 

Licence 

X41695, 

auction 

sale . 

Timber 

Licence 

X41088, 

auction 

sale. 

. 304 

Timber 

Licence 

X41702, 

auction 

sale.. 

Timber 

Licence 

X41099, 

auction 

sale. 

. 234 

Timber 

Licence 

X41713, 

auction 

sale. 



X41106, 

auction 

sale.. 

. 1172 



X41723, 


sale.. 



X41107, 

auction 

sale. 

1312 



X41729 



Timber 


X41113, 

auction 

sale. 

. 176 



X41731, 



Timber 

Licence 

X41117, 

auction 

sale. 

. 226 

Timber 

Licence 

X41734, 

auction 

sale.. 


Licence 

X41126, 

auction 

sale. 

. 356 



X41735, 


sale.. 



X41127, 

auction 

sale. 

. 114 

Timbpr 


X41736, 





X41129, 

auction 

sale. 

. 173 



X41746 



Timber 

Licence 

X41133, 

auction 

sale. 

. 1618 



X41752 



Timber 

Licence 

X41134, 

auction 

sale. 

. 1987 

Timber 

Licence 

X41753, 

auction 

sale.. 

Timber 

Licence 

X41135, 

auction 

sale. 

. 356 

Timber 

Licence 

X41758, 

auction 

sale.. 


Licence 

X41136, 

auction 

sale. 

. 358 



X41760 



Timber 

Licence 

X41142, 

auction 

sale. 

. 562 

Timber 

Licence 

X41761, 

auction 

sale.. 

Timber 

Licence 

X41149, 

auction 

sale. 

. 573 



X41762, 



Timber 

Licence 

X41166, 

auction 

sale. 

. 173 

Timber 

Licence 

X41763, 

auction 

sale 

Timber 

Licence 

X41178, 

auction 

sale. 

. 1749 

Timber 

Licence 

X41769, 

auction 

sale. 


Licence 

X41197, 

auction 

sale. 

. 370 



X41779 




Licence 

X41198, 

auction 

sale. 

. 2079 



X41797, 




Licence 

X41205, 

auction 

sale. 

. 3120 



X41803, 




Licence 

X41206, 

auction 

sale. 

. 2505 



X41819, 





X41219, 


sale. 

. 651 



X41820 





X41221, 


sale. 

. 304 



X41821 





X41223, 

auction 

sale. 

. 942 



X41823, 



Timber 

Licence 

X41233, 

auction 

sale. 

. 434 

Timber 

Licence 

X41836, 

auction 

sale. 


Licence 

X41234, 

auction 

sale. 

. 2077 



X41846, 



Timber 

Licence 

X41244, 

auction 

sale. 

. 304 

Timber 

Licence 

X41850, 

auction 

sale. 



X41248, 


sale. 

. 651 



X41854 





X41257, 

auction 

sale. 

. 1619 



X41864, 





X41258, 

auction 

sale. 

. 436 

Timber 

Licence 

X41865, 





X41260, 



. 730 



X41872 





X41262, 

auction 

sale. 

. 952 

Timber 

Licence 

X41874' 





X41269, 

auction 

sale. 

. 2505 



X41891 



Timber 

Licence 

X41270, 

auction 

sale. 

. 1235 

Timber 

Licence 

X41894, 

auction 

sale. 



X41282, 


sale. 

. 304 



X41897 



Timber 

Licence 

X41290, 

auction 

sale. 

. 499 

Timber 

Licence 

X41899, 

auction 

sale. 

Timber 

Licence 

X41291, 

auction 

sale. 

. 572 

Timber 

Licence 

X41900, 

auction 

sale. 



X41297, 

auction 

sale. 

. 730 

Timber 

Licence 

X41927, 



Timber 

Licence 

X41300, 

auction 

sale. 

. 2077 

Timber 

Licence 

X41928’ 

auction 

sale. 


Page. 


805 

804 

729 
1749 

952 

1236 
795 
499 
562 

865 
501 

2227 
1538 

652 

573 

1029 

2848 
572 

866 
2573 
1246 
1312 

2849 
1014 

866 

952 
1911 

795 

731 

795 

805 

730 
2450 

795 

941 

866 

1302 

1301 
1815 

1302 
2560 
2932 
2077 

866 

865 
3448 
2560 

1984 
1302 
2291 
1911 
1304 
1537 
1304 

866 

2228 
2161 
1461 

951 
1987 
1302 
1312 
1537 
3697 
1758 

953 
1094 
1386 

1237 
1618 
3121 
1094 
1536 
2080 
3279 

1617 
2175 
2505 
1312 
3679 
2081 
1386 
1749 

952 
1302 
1236 
1630 
1173 

1985 
2162 
1173 
2228 
2563 
3111 
1173 
1173 

1618 
2229 













































































































































































































XXXVI 


INDEX, 1947 


Page. 

LANDS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Miscellaneous— Continued . 

Timber Licence X41942, auction sale. 2162 

Timber Licence X41943, auction sale. 1378 

Timber Licence X41967, auction sale. 1374 

Timber Licence X41961, auction sale..... 1818 

Timber Licence X41966, auction sale. 1618 

Timber Licence X41967, auction sale. 1819 

Timber Licence X41972, auction sale. 2848 

Timber Licence X42000, auction sale. 3877 

Timber Licence X42004, auction sale. 1911 

Timber Licence X42009, auction sale. 2161 

Timber Licence X42011, auction sale. 1984 

Timber Licence X42012, auction sale. 2664 

Timber Licence X42019, auction sale. 1536 

Timber Licence X42022, auction sale. 1815 

Timber Licence X42030, auction sale. 2500 

Timber Licence X42031, auction sale. 2361 

Timber Licence X42032. auction sale. 3448 

Timber Licence X42037, auction sale. 1815 

Timber Licence X42046, auction sale. 2450 

Timber Licence X42057, auction sale. 2228 

Timber Licence X42058, auction sale. 2653 

Timber Licence X42068, auction sale. 1386 

Timber Licence X42081, auction sale. 3680 

Timber Licence X42087, auction sale. 1459 

Timber Licence X42093, auction sale. 3696 

Timber Licence X42100, auction sale. 1378 

Timber Licence X42105, auction sale. 1616 

Timber Licence X42107, auction sale. 2097 

Timber Licence X42112, auction sale. 2505 

Timber Licence X42123, auction sale. 1818 

Timber Licence X42124, auction sale. 1461 

Timber Licence X42130, auction sale. 2081 

Timber Licence X42129, auction sale. 1817 

Timber Licence X42131, auction sale. 1461 

Timber Licence X42133, auction sale. 1619 

Timber Licence X42136, auction sale. 2435 

Timber Licence X42138, auction sale. 3279 

Timber Licence X42139, auction sale. 2706 

Timber Licence X42161, auction sale. 2079 

Timber Licence X42162, auction sale. 1985 

Timber Licence X42165, auction sale. 1537 

Timber Licence X42180, auction sale. 3680 

Timber Licence X42191, auction sale. 1912 

Timber Licence X42193, auction sale. 1617 

Timber Licence X42194, auction sale. 2229 

Timber Licence X42203, auction sale. 1818 

Timber Licence X42205, auction sale. 1986 

Timber Licence X42214, auction sale. 2995 

Timber Licence X42220, auction sale. 1985 

Timber Licence X42221, auction sale. 1817 

Timber Licence X42224, auction sale. 1619, 2230 

Timber Licence X42226, auction sale. 3047 

Timber Licence X42228, auction sale. 1912 

Timber Licence X42229, auction sale. 1986 

Timber Licence X42237, auction sale. 1818 

Timber Licence X42240, auction sale. 2572 

Timber Licence X42249, auction sale. 2229 

Timber Licence X42254. auction sale. 1618 

Timber Licence X42258, auction sale. 1619 

Timber Licence X42259, auction sale. 2096 

Timber Licence X42263, auction sale. 2849 

Timber Licence X42269, auction sale. 2291 

Timber Licence X42270, auction sale. 2434 

Timber Licence X42278, auction sale. 2919 

Timber Licence X42288, auction sale. 2079 

Timber Licence X42297, auction sale. 2081 

Timber Licence X42305, auction sale. 2848 

Timber Licence X42311, auction sale. 2360 

Timber Licence X42315, auction sale. 2664 

Timber Licence X42320, auction sale. 3817 

Timber Licence X42335, auction sale. 2500 

Timber Licence X42338, auction sale. 2098 

Timber Licence X42341, auction sale. 2080 

Timber Licence X42344, auction sale. 2506 

Timber Licence X42347, auction sale. 1985 

Timber Licence X42350, auction sale. 1912 

Timber Licence X42353, auction sale. 1758 

Timber Licence X42361, auction sale. 3106 

Timber Licence X42366, auction sale. 2080 

Timber Licence X42370, auction sale. 3400 

Timber Licence X42385, auction sale. 3751 

Timber Licence X42386, auction sale. 3266 

Timber Licence X42388, auction sale. 2573 

Timber Licence X42391, auction sale. 1987 

Timber Licence X42400, auction sale. 2574 

Timber Licence X42401, auction sale.. 2450 

Timber Licence X42402, auction sale. 2163 

Timber Licence X42415, auction sale. 2359 

Timber Licence X42416, auction sale. 2161 

Timber Licence X42430, auction sale. 2849 

Timber Licence X42434, auction sale. 2501 

Timber Licence X42441, auction sale. 2359 

Timber Licence X42442. auction sale. 3507 

Timber Licence X42444, auction sale.. 2241 

Timber Licence X42447, auction sale . 2563 

Timber Licence X42448, auction sale.. 2981 

Timber Licence X42450, auction mlo 2229 

Timber Licence X42454, auction sale 3460 


Page. 

LANDS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Miscellaneous— Continued . 

Timber Licence X42460, auction sale. 2161 

Timber Licence X42464, auction sale. 2080 

Timber Licence X42466, auction sale. 2081 

Timber Licence X42472, auction sale. 3171 

Timber Licence X42474, auction sale. 3679 

Timber Licence X42482, auction sale. 2229 

Timber Licence X42485, auction sale. 2442 

Timber Licence X42491, auction sale. 3878 

Timber Licence X42494, auction sale. 3459 

Timber Licence X42495, auction sale. 3680 

Timber Licence X42503, auction sale. 2848 

Timber Licence X42515, auction sale. 2848 

Timber Licence X42520, auction sale. 2230 

Timber Licence X42526, auction sale. 2291 

Timber Licence X42528, auction sale. 2451 

Timber Licence X42541, auction sale. 2227 

Timber Licence X42555, auction sale. 2434 

Timber Licence X42557, auction sale. 2241 

Timber Licence X42560, auction sale. 2986 

Timber Licence X42561, auction sale. 2359 

Timber Licence X42575, auction sale. 2450 

Timber Licence X42576, auction sale. 2230 

Timber Licence X42582, auction sale. 2500 

Timber Licence X42583, auction sale. 2241 

Timber Licence X42584, auction sale. 2573 

Timber Licence X42588, auction sale. 2434 

Timber Licence X42606, auction sale. 2358 

Timber Licence X42608, auction sale. 2995 

Timber Licence X42611, auction sale. 2847 

Timber Licence X42617, auction sale. 2709 

Timber Licence X42618, auction sale. 2227 

Timber Licence X42621, auction sale. 2995 

Timber Licence X42623, auction sale. 2918 

Timber Licence X42629, auction sale. 2442 

Timber Licence X42639, auction sale. 2572 

Timber Licence X42641, auction sale. 2572 

Timber Licence X42644, auction sale. 2435 

Timber Licence X42647, auction sale. 3877 

Timber Licence X42651, auction sale. 2358 

Timber Licence X42660, auction sale. 3570 

Timber Licence X42661, auction sale. 2849 

Timber Licence X42663, auction sale. 2574 

Timber Licence X42669, auction sale. 2434 

Timber Licence X42670, auction sale. 2435 

Timber Licence X42673, auction sale. 2982 

Timber Licence X42675, auction sale. 2291 

Timber Licence X42677, auction sale. 2241 

Timber Licence X42692, auction sale. 2560 

Timber Licence X42694, auction sale. 3106 

Timber Licence X42702, auction sale. 2360 

Timber Licence X42703, auction sale. 2505 

Timber Licence X42704, auction sale. 3266 

Timber Licence X42706, auction sale. 2921 

Timber Licence X42707, auction sale. 2361 

Timber Licence X42711, auction sale. 2920 

Timber Licence X42713, auction sale. 2500 

Timber Licence X42718, auction sale. 3269 

Timber Licence X42728, auction sale. 2435 

Timber Licence X42730, auction sale. 2358 

Timber Licence X42731, auction sale. 2848 

Timber Licence X42734, auction sale. 3878 

Timber Licence X42735, auction sale. 2662 

Timber Licence X42737, auction sale. 3279 

Timber Licence X42741, auction sale. 2572 

Timber Licence X42743, auction sale. 2560 

Timber Licence X42748, auction sale. 2649 

Timber Licence X42750, auction sale. 2847 

Timber Licence X42757, auction sale. 2981 

Timber Licence X42771, auction sale. 2980 

Timber Licence X42772, auction sale. 2981 

Timber Licence X42774, auction sale. 2916 

Timber Licence X42776, auction sale. 3679 

Timber Licence X42792, auction sale. 3045 

Timber Licence X42812, auction sale. 2501 

Timber Licence X42820, auction sale. 2572 

Timber Licence X42824, auction sale. 2664 

Timber Licence X42827, auction sale. 3447 

Timber Licence X42830, auction sale. 3448 

Timber Licence X42831, auction sale. 2920 

Timber Licence X42835, auction sale. 2919 

Timber Licence X42836, auction sale. 3679 

Timber Licence X42838, auction sale. 3171 

Timber Licence X42848, auction sale. 2652 

Timber Licence X42849, auction sale. 2652 

Timber Licence X42853, auction sale.. 2982 

Timber Licence X42861, auction sale. 2996 

Timber Licence X42891, auction sale. 3400 

Timber Licence X42894, auction sale. 2706 

Timber Licence X42896, auction sale. 3121 

Timber Licence X42897, auction sale. 2563 

Timber Licence X42901, auction sale. 3110 

Timber Licence X42906, auction sale. 2980 

Timber Licence X42911, auction sale. 2563 

Timber Licence X42914, auction sale. 2662 

Timber Licence X42915, auction sftle. 2653 

Timber Licence X42922. auction sale. 3508 

Timber Licence X42928, auction sale. 2995 

Timber Licence X42929, auction sale. 2995 









































































































































































































INDEX, 1947. 


XXXVll 


LANDS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Page. 


Miscell a n eous —C on t inu ed . 

Timber Licence X42930, auction sale. 3879 

Timber Licence X42935, auction sale.... 2918 

Timber Licence X42937, auction sale. 2848 

Timber Licence X42941, auction sale. 3170 

Timber Licence X42950, auction sale. 2981 

Timber Licence X42957, auction sale. 2573 

Timber Licence X42959, auction sale. 3759 

Timber Licence X42960, auction sale. 3573 

Timber Licence X42964, auction sale. 3761 

Timber Licence X42967, auction sale. 3588 

Timber Licence X42977, auction sale. 3269 

Timber Licence X42979, auction sale. 3342 

Timber Licence X42980, auction sale. 3401 

Timber Licence X42988, auction sale. 3340 

Timber Licence X43001, auction sale. 3389 

Timber Licence X43008, auction sale. 3448 

Timber Licence X43023, auction sale.... 3387 

Timber Licence X43024, auction sale. 3169 

Timber Licence X43038, auction sale. 3279 

Timber Licence X43040, auction sale. 2918 

Timber Licence X43042, auction sale. 3693 

Timber Licence X43051, auction sale. 3448 

Timber Licence X43059, auction sale. 2921 

Timber Licence X43063, auction sale.... 3694 

Timber Licence X43065, auction sale. 3760 

Timber Licence X43067, auction sale. 3387 

Timber Licence X43079, auction sale. 3449 

Timber Licence X43101, auction sale. 3680 

Timber Licence X43103, auction sale. 3106 

Timber Licence X43110, auction sale. 3507 

Timber Licence X43115, auction sale. 3106 

Timber Licence X43124, auction sale. 3695 

Timber Licence X43139, auction sale. 3680 

Timber Licence X43147, auction sale. 3341 

Timber Licence X43149, auction sale. 3044 

Timber Licence X43151, auction sale. 3693 

Timber Licence X43153, auction sale. 3110 

Timber Licence X43154, auction sale. 3277 

Timber Licence X43155, auction sale. 3389 

Timber Licence X43163, auction sale. 3048 

Timber Licence X43171, auction sale. 3110 

Timber Licence X43180, auction sale. 2995 

Timber Licence X43185, auction sale. 3171 

Timber Licence X43191, auction sale. 3266 

Timber Licence X43193, auction sale. 3693 

Timber Licence X43200, auction sale. 3573 

Timber Licence X43202, auction sale. 3111 

Timber Licence X43203, auction sale. 3387 

Timber Licence X43209, auction sale. 3170 

Timber Licence X43217, auction sale. 3685 

Timber Licence X43230, auction sale. 3507 

Timber Licence X43233, auction sale. 3170 

Timber Licence X43254, auction sale. 3758 

Timber Licence X43257, auction sale. 3341 

Timber Licence X43259, auction sale. 3761 

Timber Licence X43263, auction sale. 3270 

Timber Licence X43265, auction sale. 3692 

Timber Licence X43271, auction sale. 3461 

Timber Licence X43272, auction sale. 3389 

Timber Licence X43273, auction sale. 3269 

Timber Licence X43274, auction sale. 3277 

Timber Licence X43294, auction sale. 3269 

Timber Licence X43296, auction sale. 3170 

Timber Licence X43300, auction sale. 3685 

Timber Licence X43304, auction sale. 3695 

Timber Licence X43305, auction sale. 3686 

Timber Licence X43306, auction sale. 3448 

Timber Licence X43309, auction sale. 3588 

Timber Licence X43313, auction sale. 3341 

Timber Licence X43316, auction sale. 3341 

Timber Licence X43318, auction sale. 3697 

Timber Licence X43324, auction sale. 3759 

Timber Licence X43328, auction sale. 3449 

Timber Licence X43335, auction sale. 3694 

Timber Licence X43338, auction sale. 3685 

Timber Licence X43351, auction sale. 3818 

Timber Licence X43352, auction sale. 3341 

Timber Licence X43353, auction sale. 3277 

Timber Licence X43362, auction sale. 3461 

Timber Licence X43367, auction sale. 3508 

Timber Licence X43377, auction sale...'.. 3460 

Timber Licence X43381, auction sale. 3448 

Timber Licence X43395, auction sale. 3389 

Timber Licence X43411, auction sale. 3692 

Timber Licence X43415, auction sale. 3760 

Timber Licence X43418, auction sale. 3461 

Timber Licence X43447, auction sale. 3508 

Timber Licence X43460, auction sale. 3570 

Timber Licence X43464, auction sale. 3461 

Timber Licence X43465, auction sale. 3461 

Timber Licence X43472, auction sale. 3522 

Timber Licence X43473, auction sale. 3693 

Timber licence X43488, auction sale. 3570 

Timber Licence X43513, auction sale. 3573 

Timber Licence X43522, auction sale. 3575 

Timber Licence X43583, auction sale. 3694 

Timber Licence X43587, auction sale. 3818 


LANDS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


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Miscellaneous— C ontinued. 

Timber Licence X43590, auction sale. 3760 

Timber Licence X43606, auction sale. 3819 

Timber Licence X43655, auction sale. 3761 

Timber Licence X43699, auction sale. 3878 

Timber Licence X43738, auction sale. 3829 

Reserves Cancelled: 

All vacant Crown land throughout Province. 112 

Any Crown lands within one mile of Canadian 

Alaska Military Highway right-of-way . 875 

Area between Mile-posts 616 and 617, Alaska 

Highway . 2709 

Cariboo District— 

Part of Lots 4276, 7948, west of Eaglet Lake 235 

E. Vs Lot 9220, 9221, near Willow River . 356 

Part of Lot 2061, situate at junction of 

Nechako and Fraser Rivers . 651 

Part of S. % Lot 3816 . 731 

Parts of Lots 7828, 7831, 7832, 4007, vicinity 

of Summit Lake . 1311 

W. % Lot 4038, McMillan Creek . 1311 

W. Vi of S.E. V* Lot 2187, Tsadestsa Creek.... 1311 
Frac. N.E. V* of S.E. Vi Lot 4040, north of 
Prince George . 1385 


Lots 7 to 12, inclusive, Bk. 9 ; Lots 13 to 18, 
inclusive, Bk. 11 ; Lots 7 to 12 inclusive, 
Bk. 13; Lots 8 to 12, inclusive, Bk. 16 ; 
Lots 12 to 17, inclusive, and Lots 47, 48, 
50 to 52, Bk. 48 of D.L. 343, City of Prince 


George . 1385 

Sub-lots 61 to 64 of Lot 4377 . 1471 

Frac. N.E. Vi Lot 3791 . 2449 

Frac. S.E. Vi Lot 3791 . 3058 

Bks. B, D of Lot 4376 . 3279 

S.W. Vi Lot 4029 . 3522 

Lots 5017, 5018, and part of Lots 5015, 5011. .. 3586 
Part of Lots 5015, 5011, and Lots 5017, 5018. .. 3586 

Certain lands at Summit Lake . 3760 

Part of S.E. Vi Lot 4012 . 3879 

Certain area at Mile-post 319, Alaska Highway 2360 
Certain area established under the “ Petroleum 

and Natural Gas Act, 1947 ” . 3278 

Certain Crown land within one mile of proposed 
highway from Vanderhoof to Fort St. John 
and proposed highway from Prince George to 

Dawson Creek . 1093 

Certain Crown lands within one mile of right-of- 

way of Canadian Alaska Military Highway. 3760 

Certain lands along Parsnip River Valley from 

Pine Pass Highway to Fort St. John. 2514 

Certain lands under the “ Petroleum and Natural 

Gas Act ” . 2450 

Certain vacant Crown land west of Mile 300, 

Canadian-Alaska Highway . 2710 

Cassiar District, certain vacant Crown land at 
intersection of Haynes Cut-off Road and Five 

Mile Creek . 651 

Cowichan District, part of S.E. Vi of S.E. Vi 

Sec. 59, Saltspring Island . 3277 

Kootenay District— 

Lot 15064 . 571 

Certain lands in Columbia Valley . 1748 

Lots 3 to 7, 12 to 16, inclusive, Bk. 20, subdiv. 

of D.L. 4598 . 2098 

Lots 8 , 9, subdiv. of Lot 373 . 2514 

Lillooet District— 

All vacant Crown lands within certain bound¬ 
aries . ill 

Lot 1163 . 2573 

Nanaimo District, Bks. A, B of Parcel 4, Lot 170 1311 

New Westminster, part of Lot 439, Gp. 2 . 436 

Osoyoos Division, Yale District, Parcels Y, Z, 

N. Vi Sec. 27, Tp. 9 . 2080 

Otter District, part of E. Vi Lot 6 . 3459 

Peace River District— 

N. Vi Sec. 19, Tp. 84, R. 20, W. of 6 th M. 358 

N.E. Vi of S.E. Vi Sec. 19, W. Vss of S.W. Vi 
and S.W. Vi of N.W. Vi Sec. 20, Tp. 84, 

R. 20, W. of 6 th M. 874 

Certain unsurveyed vacant Crown land within 

Tps. 87, 88 , R. 22, W. of 6 th M. 1311 

Certain unsurveyed vacant Crown land within 

Tp. 88 , R. 22, W. of 6 th M. 1311 

Range 5, Coast District— 

Certain vacant Crown land north of Lots 28, 

29, Tp. 19 . 35 G 

Part of Lot 251 . 498 

N.W. Vi Lot 2956, near Looncall Lake . 804 

Certain lands in Port Edward Townsite and 

vicinity . 375 

Lots 4028 to 4031 . 2514 

Lot 972, except right-of-way of Northern B.C. 

Power Co., Ltd. 2918 

Lots 16 to 30, inclusive, Bk. 8 of Lot 369. 3278 

N. Vi of S. Vi and S. Vs of N. Vi Lot 1431 . 3278 

Lots 1 to 15, inclusive, 19 to 28, inclusive. 


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INDEX, 1947. 


LANDS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Page. 


LANDS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Page. 


Reserves Cancelled— Continued . 

Range 17, W. of 6th M., parts of S.W. Vi 

Sec. 27 and N.W. Vi Sec. 22, Tp. 80 . 2709 

Range 20, W. of 6th M„ N.W. Vi Sec. 27, Tp. 84 952 

Range 23, W. of 6th M.— 

S.W. Vi Sec. 11, Tp. 78 . 1185 

Part of Tp. 78, north-west of Sundance Lakes 2079 
Range 26, W. of 6th M., W. Vz of W. % Sec. 6, 

Tp. 21 . 1385 

Range 27, W. of 6th M., E. Vz and E. Vs of 

W. V 2 Sec. 1, Tp. 21'. 1385 

Similkameen (formerly Osoyoos) Division, Yale 

District, Lot 2227, Midway . 1311 

Unsurveyed land at Mile-post 533, Alaska High¬ 
way . 3340 

Reserves Established: 

Cariboo District— 

Lot 8936, situate on Dore River . 1471 

Lot 10182, an island in Quesnel Lake. 1471 

Small island at west end of Williams Lake. 1471 

Frac. S. Vs of Frac. S.E. Vi of Frac. S.E. Vi 

of Frac. S.E. Vi Lot 6781 . 1748 

Frac. S. Vs of Frac. S.E. Vi of Frac. S. E. Vi 

Lot 6781 . 2079 

Bk. B of Lot 5192 . 3265 

S.E. Vi Lot 9392 . 3265 

Two unsurveyed islands in Spout Lake . 3459 

Certain lands at Summit Lake . 3814 

Certain lands under the “ Petroleum and Natural 

Gas Act, 1947 ” . 2449 

Clayoquot District, part of Lot 254 . 2573 

Comox District, part of Lot 221 . 1749 

Cowichan District— 

Lot 310, at North Galiano . 2573 

Lot 298 . 3586 

Cowichan Lake District (formerly Renfrew), 

part of Sec. 41 . 3460 

Frac. E. Vs Sec. 9, Cortez Island, north of Hague 

Lake . 3759 

Kamloops Division, Yale District— 

Lots 5178, 5179 . 112 

Part of Lot 1831, on North Thompson River 356 

S. Vs Lot 4235 . 1471 

Unsurveyed island in South Thompson River 1748 
Kootenay District— 

“ Peterson Block ” of Lot 400 . 115 

Certain land on south shore of St. Mary Lake 436 
Certain land on east shore of Kootenay Lake, 

south of Crawford Bay . 1093 

Secs. 24, 25, Tp. 7; Lots 251, 9556; portions 

of Lots 812, 12716 south of Goat River . 1386 

Part of Lot 7558, situate on Columbia Lake.... 1471 
All Crown lands subject to flooding within 

Columbia River Valley . 1748 

Lots 8, 9, subdiv. of Lot 373 . 2514 

Part of Lot 10390, fronting on Slocan Lake.... 3121 
Lillooet District— 

Certain land on north shore of Eagan Lake ... Ill 

Eagle Island . 369 

Bk. E of Lot 1895 . 436 

W. Vs of Frac. N.E. Vi Lot 3726, on Dragon 

Fly Lake . 2449 

Part of Frac. N. Vs Lot 3749 .. 2662 

Part of Lot 1885, and certain vacant Crown 

land on Crystal Lake . 2995 

Part of Frac. N.W. Vi of Frac. S.W. Vi Lot 

1618 . 3121 

Frac. N. V 2 Lot 3383 . 3265 

Certain land adjoining east boundary of Lot 

7380 . 3460 

Certain land east of Craig Lodge Station, 

P.G.E. Railway . 3460 

New Westminster District— 

Lot 5963, Gp. 1 . Ill 

Lot 6018, Gp. 1 . 1185 

Lot 5989, Gp. 1 . 1313 

Lot 5985, Gp. 1 . 2360 

Lot 590 . 2866 

Bk. B of Lot 669, Gp. 2 . 3460 

Peace River District, part of L.S. 1, Sec. 6, 

Tp. 79, R. 17, W. of 6th M . 3760 

Range 3, Coast District, Lot 1587 . 1758 

Range 4, Coast District, Lot 1743 a . 1748 

Range 5, Coast District— 

Parts of Frac. S.W. % of S.E. Vi Lot 1400, 

and Frac. N.W. Vi of N.E. Vi Lot 1426 . 436 

All vacant Crown lands within part of Tsimp- 

sean Peninsula . 875 

Part of Lot 447 . 1829 

Lot 149, Bk. 4 of Lot 251, and that part of 

Lot 251 lying north and west of Bk. 4 . 3586 

Range 8, W. of 6th M.— 

Frac. N.E. Vi Sec. 3, Tp. 24 . 3586 

Frac. L.S. 9, Sec. 23, and Frac. L.S. 1, Sec. 26. 

Tp. 23 . 3877 

L.S. 16, Sec. 23, Tp. 23 . 3877 


Reserves Established— Continued . 

Range 9, W. of 6th M., L.S. 11 and Frac. L.S. 

14, Sec. 3, Tp. 23 . 1386 

Range 18, W. of 6th M., certain lands in Tp. 21, 

near Kamloops . 2918 

Range 27, W. of 6th M., Frac. S. Vs L.S. 7, 

Sec. 19, Tp. 12 . 3058 

Range 28, W. of 6th M., Frac. L.S. 15, Sec. 14, 

Tp. 12 . 3058 

Sayward District- 

Lot 1474 . 1758 

Lot 1475 . 2847 

Lot 254, Quadra Island . 3278 

Similkameen Division, Yale District- 

Lot 1311 (S.) . 1093 

Lot 326 (S.) . 2450 

Unsurveyed island in Pitt River, Sec, 9, Tp. 40 

E.C.M.!. 1748 

Yale Division, Yale District, Lot 1103 . 112 

Surveys: 

Alberni District, Lot 284 g . 172 

Cariboo District— 

Lot 11494 . 10 

Lots 11059, 11369 . 112 

Lots 11491, 11492 . 424 

Lots 11039 to 11044 . 572 

Lots 11495, 11496, 11499 . 2097 

Lots 11371, 11497, and 11498 . 2359 

Lot 11051 . 2847 

Lot 11372 . 3277 

Lots 11501 to 11503 . 3400 

Lots 11367, 11368, 11370 . 3818 

Cassiar District— 

Lot 5985 . 172 

Lots 6032 to 6036, 6043 . 729 

Lot 3910 . 3587 

Clayoquot District— 

Lots 1834 to 1837, 1844, 1845 . 10 

Lot 1898 . 424 

Lots 1701, 1702, 1783 to 1785 . 729 

Cowichan District— 

Lot 286 . 114 

Lot 290 . 172 

Lot 309 . 424 

Lot 300 . 435 

Lot 295 . 498 

Lots 292, 312 . 729 

Lots 291, 294 . 953 

Lot 299 .:. 955 

Lot 313 . 1185 

Lot 293 . 1618 

Lots 310, 311, 315, 316 . 2097 

Lot 297 . 2229 

Lot 318 . 2434 

Lot 319 . 2709 

Lot 317 . 2919 

Lot 321 . 3278 

Lot 298 . 3509 

Lot 320 . 3509 

Lot 322 . 3587 

Esquimalt District— 

Lot 131 . 1617 

Lot 144 . 1758 

Kamloops Division. Yale District— 

Frac. N.E. Vi Sec. 19, Tp. 22, R. 10, W. of 

6th M. 7 

Lots 5178, 5179 . 9 

Lot 4733 . 172 

Lots 4046, 5189 . 435 

Lot 4751 . 2359 

Kootenay District— 

Lots 14441, 15085 to 15088, 15091 to 15098. 7 

Lot 14980 . 7 

Lot 15064 . 7 

Lot 15050 . 113 

Lot 15051 . 424 

Lot 15053 . 1537 

Lot 14979 . 1758 

Lots 15131 to 15134 . 2097 

Lot 12209 .1. 2918 

Lots 15020 to 15023, 15025 . 2919 

Lot 15239 . 3044 

Lots 15062, 15211, 15212 . 3574 

Lot 15179 . 3587 

Lots 15235 to 15238 . 3814 

Lillooet District— 

Lot 7487 . 112 

Bk. A of Lot 3792 . 113 

Lots 7549,, 7676 . 1539 

Lots 5499, 5500 . 2228 

Lot 7488 . 2354 

Lots 7134, 7486, 7566 to 7568 . 2434 

Lot 7138 . 2574 

Lot 7551 . 2847 

Lots 6841 to 6844 . 2919 










































































































































INDEX, 1947. 


XXXIX 


LANDS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Page. 


LANDS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Page. 


Surveys — Continued. 


Lillooet District— Continued. 

Lot 5541 . 3110 

Lot 5127 . 3509 

Lot 7617 . 3574 

Lot 7550 . 3818 

Nanaimo District— 

Lot 204 . 498 

Lots 205, 208 . 3574 

Lots 206, 207 . 3818 

New Westminster District— 

Lots 5947, 5993, Gp. 1 . 8 

Lot 671, Gp. 2 . 9 

Lot 5963, Gp. 1 . 10 

Lot 706, Gp. 2 . 112 

Lots 6000, 6001, 6003, Gp. 1 . 112 

Lots 5978, 6010, Gp. 1 . 424 

Lot 5998, Gp. 1 . 424 

Lot 5989, Gp. 1 . 434 

Lot 5994, Gp. 1 . 434 

Lot 5997, Gp. 1 . 498 

Lots 6005, 6018, Gp. 1 . 953 

Lot 704, Gp. 2 . 1185 

Lots 5968, 5969, 6014, 6015, Gp. 1 . 1312 

Lots 6004, 6007, 6012, Gp. 1 . 1471 

Lot 6006, Gp. 1 . 1617 

Lot 3445, Gp. 1 . 1758 

Lot 5985 . 1758 

Bk. A of Lot 2747, Lots 5983, 6029, 6030, Gp. 1 2096 

Lot 707, Gp. 2, and Lots 6002, 6016, Gp. 1. 2097 

Lot 3546 . 2229 

Lot 708, Gp. 2 . 2709 

Lots 5990, 6028, 6031, Gp. 1 . 2709 

Lots 588 to 590 . 2709 

Lots 6034, 6037 . 3045 

Lot 5992, Gp. 1 . 3110 

Lots 669, 670, Gp. 2 . 3170 

Lot 5926, Gp. 1 . 3510 

Lot 6021. Gp. 1 . 3574 

Frac. L.S. 16, See. 35, Tp. 4, R. 6 , W. of 

7th M. 3574 

Lots 3547, 5996, 6041, Gp. 1 . 3586 

Lot 6053, Gp. 1 . 3817 

Osoyoos Division, Yale District— 

Lot 4709 . 7 

Lots 4924, 5044, 5045 . 368 

Lot 4961 . 2228 

Lot 4783 . 2434 

Lot 2495 . 2574 

Lot 4710 . 2574 

Lot 2496 . 3170 

Lots 5047, 5048, 5049 . 3586 

Oyster District, Lots 22 g to 28 g . 1301 

Peace River District— 

N.W. % and N.E. 14 Sec. 19, Tp. 83, R. 13, 

W. of 6 th M. 1540 

L.S. 1, 7, 8 , Sec. 21, Tp. 82, R. 16, W. of 

6 th M. 3110 

Lot 1489 . 3278 

Range 1. Coast District— 

Lot 1881 . 729 

Lot 1985 . 3170 

Range 2, Coast District- 

Lot 1507 . 3509 

Lot 1508 . 3587 

Range 3, Coast District, Lot 1587 . 1617 

Range 5, Coast District—- 

Lot 7355 . 113 

Lots 7399, 7400 . 572 

Lots 7423, 7424 . 955 

Lot 7398 . 1630 

Lots 7381, 7382 . 2847 

Lot 5458 . 3044 

Lots 6656, 6657 . 3509 

Renfrew District, Lot 891 . 2359 

Rupert District— 

Lots 1792 to 1797, 1996 to 1998 . 112 

Lots 1799 to 1805, 2046 . 953 

Lot 2030 . 2096 

Lot 2033 . 3044 

Lot 2029 . 3510 

Sayward District— 

Lot 1474 . 1617 

Lot 1475 . 1748 

Lot 1477 . 3574 

Similkameen Division, Yale District— 

Lots 3847 (S.), 3848 (S.) . 368 

Lot 3589 (S.) . 435 

Lots 3263 (S.), 3264 (S.), 3320 (S.), 3321 (S.), 

3373 (S.) to 3377 (S.), 3379 (S.), 3561 (S.), 

3562 (S.), 3574 (S.), 3845 (S.), 3846 (S.). 1617 

Lot 3297 (S.) . 2359 

Sooke District— 

Lot 188 . 1185 

Lot 189 . 1537 

Texada District, Lots 547, 548 . 3509 

Yale Division, Yale District— 

Lots 1615, 1616 . 10 

Lot 856 . 1185 


Surveys — Continued. 

Yale Division, Yale District— Continued. 

Lot 1230 . 

Parcel A, L.S. 13, Sec. 32, Tp. 1, R. 26, W. of 


6th M. 3045 

Lot 1196, 1197 . 3n0 

Lot 1617 . 3587 

Surveys Cancelled: 

Kootenay District, Lots 9354, 10620 to 10624. 2097 

Lilloet District, Lots 3655, 3656, 5189, 5190 . 2918 

Nanaimo District, Lot 175 . 3818 

New Westminster District— 

Lot 6588, Gp. 1 . I 749 

Lot 5691, Gp. 1 . 3586 

Osoyoos Division, Yale District— 

Lot 3670 . I 301 

Lot 2799 . 2304 

Range 5, Coast District, Lots 4470, 4474, 6448, 

6923 . 3586 

Sayward District, Lot 317 . 2097 

Sooke District, Lot 145 . 3121 


LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY: 


Private Bills : 

Rules respecting . 14 

Time-limit for receiving petitions . 240 


Private Bills, Notices of: 

Anglican Synod of the Diocese of British Colum¬ 
bia, The, application for- an Act to amend "An 
Act to incorporate the Anglican Synod of the 


Diocese of British Columbia,” 1889 . 16 

British Columbia Automobile and General Insur¬ 
ance Co., application for an Act to incorporate 

as an insurance company . 3768 

London and Western Trusts Company, Ltd., The, 
and The Canada Trust Company, application 
for an Act vesting in The Canada Trust Com¬ 
pany all assets of The London and Western.... 242 
Morrissey, Fernie and Michel Railway Co., appli¬ 
cation for an Act to amend the “ Morrissey, 

Fernie and Michel Railway Act, 1903 ” . 16 

National General Insurance Co., application for 

an Act to incorporate as an insurance company 16 
Owners of certain Vancouver property, applica¬ 
tion for an Act to transfer riparian rights. 241 

Roman Catholic Bishop of Kamloops, The, appli¬ 
cation for an Act to incorporate as a corpora¬ 
tion sole . 15 

Vancouver City, application for an Act to 
amend the “ Vancouver Incorporation Act, 

1921 ” .15, 3698 

William West et al., application for an Act of 
incorporation for the purpose of insuring and 
indemnifying against loss or liability in respect 
of any type of risk or peril . 16 

MINES DEPARTMENT: 

“ Escheats Act ” and “ Mineral Act,” calling for 

tenders under .1626, 1919, 2572, 3054 

“ Mineral Act ”—- 

Regulations re geological surveying . 231 

Regulations re geophysical prospecting . 231 

Regulations re marking of location-lines . 1090 

“ Placer-mining Act ”— 

Regulations re geological surveying . 230 

Regulations re geophysical prospecting. 231 

Sale by public tender of abandoned mining 
equipment on Vincet Placer-mining Lease 
No. 655 . 2661 

MUNICIPALITIES: 

Alberni City— 

Elections. 1948 . 3813 

Armstrong City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3812 

Burnaby District— 

By-law No. 1956 . 2437 

Elections, 1948 . 3872 

Castlegar Village— 

Elections, 1947 . 6 

Chilliwack, City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3811 

Chilliwhack Township— 

Elections, 1948 . 3873 

Coldstream Municipality— 

Elections, 1947 . 279 

Elections, 1948 . 3872 

Coquitlam District— 

Elections. 1947 . 5 

Courtenay City— 

Elections, 1947 .638, 710, 2152 

Elections, 1948 . 3813 

Cranberry Lake Village— 

By-law No. 31 . 710 






































































































































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INDEX, 1947. 


MUNICIPALITIES— Continued. 


Page. 


MUNICIPALITIES— Continued. 


Page. 


Cranbrook City— 

Elections, 1947 . 794 

Elections, 1948 . 3811 

Cumberland City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3872 

Delta— 

Elections, 1948 . 3812 

Duncan City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3811 

Enderby City— 

Elections, 1947 . 5 

Elections, 1948 . 3810 

Esquimalt— 

Elections, 1947 .5, 157 

By-election, 1947 . 2224 

Fernie City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3872 

Fraser Mills District— 

Elections. 1948 . 3746 

Glenmore District— 

Elections, 1948 . 3873 

Grand Forks City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3873 

Greenwood City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3811 

Kaslo City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3872 

Kelowna City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3746 

Kent District— 

Elections, 1947 . 157 

Kimberley City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3810 

Ladysmith City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3872 

Langley Township— 

Elections, 1947 . 5 

Matsqui District— 

Elections, 1948 . 3872 

Mission District— 

Elections, 1948 . 3871 

Nanaimo City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3812 

Nelson City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3873 

New Westminster City— 

Approval of by-laws . 157 

Elections. 1948 . 3873 

North Cowichan District— 

Elections, 1948 . 3813 

North Vancouver City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3812 

Oak Bay District— 

Elections, 1947 . 5 

Elections, 1948 . 3812 

Peachland District— 

Elections, 1947 . 415 

Pitt Meadows District— 

Elections. 1947 . 5 

By-law No. 1 . 3330 

Elections, 1948 . 3811 

Port Alberni City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3872 

Port Coquitlam City— 

Elections, 1947 . 217 

Port Moody City— it 

Elections, 1948 . 3812 

Prince George City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3812 

Prince Rupert City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3810 

Revelstoke City— 

Elections, 1947 . 6 

Elections, 1948 . 3811 

Richmond Township— 

Elections, 1947 . 167 

Rossland City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3813 

Saanich District— 

By-law No. 803 . 3214 

Elections, 1948 . 3812 

Salmon Arm City— 

Elections, 1947 . 5 

Elections, 1948 . 3811 

Salmon Arm District— 

Elections, 1948 . 3871 

Spallumcheen Township— 

Elections, 1947 . 5 

Sumas District— 

Elections, 1947 . 6 

Summerland District— 

Elections, 1948 . 3872 

Surrey District— 

Elections, 1948 . 3813 

Tadanac District— 

Elections, 1947 . 157 

Elections, 1948 . 3873 

Trail City- 

Elections. 1948 . 3873 


Victoria City— 

By-law No. 3268 . 1612 

Elections, 1948 . 3811 

Vernon City— 

Elections, 1948 . 3811 

West Vancouver District— 

Erratum . 157 

By-law No. 1151 . 1310 

By-election, 1947 . 2283 

Elections, 1948 . 3873 

ORDERS IN COUNCIL, PROVINCIAL: 

“ Coloured Gasoline Tax Act, 1946,” regulations 

under . 1548 

Committee and Bureau of Post-war Rehabilita¬ 
tion and Reconstruction, dissolution and 

transfer of powers . 2658 

Amendment . 3117 

“ Daylight Saving Act ”— 

Bringing into force in B.C. 948 

Amending . 2659 

“ Probate Fees Act, 1947 ”— 

Amending regulations . 1178 

Regulations re payment of fees . 1023 

Re-assigning certain duties and functions of the 
Minister of Health and Welfare to the Provin¬ 
cial Secretary . 1242 

“ Vital Statistics Act,” redefining boundaries of 
certain registration districts .1138, 3690 


PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS LICENCES, 
APPLICATIONS FOR: 

Mitchell, Garson Charles, and Sydney Albert 


Annand .. 3402 

Mraz, Martin M. and Norman J. 733 

Phillips Petroleum Co.3342, 3589, 3697 


PROCLAMATIONS, PROVINCIAL: 


“ Animals Act ”— 

Ashcroft Ranchers’ Association area, stallions 
over one year old running at large may be 

shot . 648 

Keremeos Stock Breeders’ Association area, 
stallions over one year old running at large 

may be shot . 3689 

Arrow Park Waterworks District, establishing.... 666 

Balfour Irrigation District, establishing . 1546 

Black Sage Irrigation District, establishing . 3116 

Blueberry Creek Irrigation District, establishing 2860 
Campbell River Village Corporation, incorporat¬ 
ing . 1991 

“ Coloured Gasoline Tax Act, 1946,” bringing 

into force . 1468 

Cranbrook City, extension of limits . 1625 

Edgewater Water and Light District, establishing 870 

“ Fur-farm Act,” bringing into force . 3582 

“ Gasoline Tax Acts Amendment Act, 1946,” 

bringing into force . 943 

Gold Bridge Waterworks District, establishing ... 3580 
“ Government Liquor Act,” Section 28 to apply 

to certain polling divisions . 3755 

Harewood Fire Protection District, establishing.. 3455 
Holidays— 

Monday, June 9th, King’s birthday . 1178 

Monday, October 13th, declared public holiday 

under “ Factories Act ” . 2446 

Friday, December 26th, declared public holiday 

under “ Factories Act ” . 3690 

“ Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act, 

1947,” bringing into force . 1381 

“ Insurance Act Amendment Act, 1943,” date 

of cessation of operation of Sec. 2 . 108 

Lake Cowichan Village Corporation, issuance of 

New Letters Patent . 1624 

Langford Fire Protection District, establishing.. 427 

Legislative Assembly, convening . 107 

“ Liquor-control Plebiscites Act ”— 

Writs for plebiscite votes— 

Aldergrove Polling Division, Delta Electoral 

District . 2928 

Alvin Polling Division, Dewdney Electoral 

District . 2992 

Cloverdale Polling Division, Delta Electoral 

District . 2928 

Deroche Polling Division, Dewdney Electoral 

District . 2992 

Eburne Polling Division, Delta Electoral 

District . 2993 

Keremeos Polling Division, Similkameen Elec¬ 
toral District . 2718 

Mission City Polling Division, Dewdney 

Electoral District . 2993 

Muskwa Polling Division, Peace River Elec¬ 
toral District . 3582 

North Kamloops Polling Division, Kamloops 
Electoral District . 2717 








































































































INDEX, 1947. 


xli 


PROCLAMATIONS. PROVINCIAL — Continued.. 


Page. 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued. 


Page. 


“ Liquor-control Plebiscites Act "—Continued. 

Writs for plebiscite votes— Continued. 

Nos. 46, 47 Polling Divisions, Saanich Elec¬ 
toral District . 2929 

Amendment adding polling division . 2990 

Okanagan Falls Polling Division, Similka- 

meen Electoral District . 2928 

Peachland Polling Division, South Okanagan 

Electoral District . 2718 

Polling Divisions 8 , 9, 10, 11a, Ub, 12 to 24, 

25a, 25b, 25c, 26a, 26b, North Vancouver 

Electoral District . 3454 

Port Haney Polling Division, Dewdney Elec¬ 
toral District . 2994 

Raft River Polling Division, Kamloops Elec¬ 
toral District . 2716 

South Slocan Polling Division, Nelson- 

Creston Electoral District . 2930 

South Westminster Polling Division, Delta 

Electoral District . 3825 

Steveston Polling Division, Delta Electoral 

District . 2930 

Trites School Polling Division, Delta Elec¬ 
toral District . 2931 

Trout Lake Polling Division, Revelstoke 

Electoral District . 2716 

West Summerland Polling Division, South 

Okanagan Electoral District . 3824 

Merville Fire Protection District, establishing.... 2854 

Pemberton Dyking District, establishing . 428 

Petroleum and Natural Gas Act, 1947,” bring¬ 
ing into force . 2445 

Princeton Fire Protection District, establishing.. 2853 
Public Libraries Act ”— 

Fraser Valley Union Library District, exten¬ 
sion of limits . 429 

Okanagan Union Library District, extension 

of limits .108, 3825 

“ Public Schools Act ”— 

Bringing into operation revised salary schedule 1087 
Classification of teachers for salary grant pur¬ 
poses . 2362 

Roberts Creek Waterworks District, establishing 3180 

Silver Star Waterworks District, establishing. 2509 

Somenos Drainage District, establishing . 2852 

Stepney Waterworks District, establishing . 2446 

“ Supreme Court Act Amendment Act, 1947,” 

bringing into force . 1468 

Vermilion Irrigation District, establishing . 3336 

“ Water Act, 1939, Amendment Act, 1947,” 

bringing into force . 1547 

Welcome Beach Waterworks District, establishing 3581 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY: 


Anderson, Justin Forsythe, amendment of ap¬ 
pointment as Commissioner for taking Affi¬ 
davits under the “ Evidence Act ” . 1754 

Brown, J. T., erratum . 2859 

Brown, T. J., erratum . 3180 

Cancellation of appointment— 

Hartley, Herbert, as Official Administrator . 3 

Carling, Stanley Martin, erratum . 2992 

Davies, Harvey, redefining territorial jurisdiction 
as Small Debts Court Magistrate, County of 

Prince Rupert . 1241 

" Factories Act,” amending regulations govern¬ 
ing the installation, operation, and mainte¬ 
nance of freight and passenger elevators . 2368 

“ Government Liquor Act ”— 

Regulation No. 22, rescission and substitution 

of .2153 

Regulation No. 37, amendment re issuance of 

club licences . 1177 

Hogg, Walter, erratum . 2860 

Holiday, Civil Service, April 5th, 1947 . 799 

“ Hospital Act ”— 

Rescinding and substituting regulations . 1467 

Erratum . 1546 

“ Hours of Work Act,” amending schedule . 2926 


“ Liquor-control Plebiscites Act ”— 

Aldergrove Polling Division, Delta Electoral 
District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2926 


Regulation re scrutineers . 2926 

Result of vote .,. 3395 

Alvin Polling Division, Dewdney Electoral 
District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2991 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2991 

Result of vote . 3454 

Cloverdale Polling Division, Delta Electoral 
District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2926 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2926 

Result of vote . 3454 


“ Liquor-control Plebiscites Act ”— Continued. 
Deroche Polling Division, Dewdney Electoral 


District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2991 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2991 

Result of vote . 3464 

Eburne Polling Division, Delta Electoral 
District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2991 


Regulation re scrutineers . 

Result of vote . 

Keremeos Polling Division, Similkameen Elec¬ 


toral District— 

Date of polling re sale of beer by the glass .. 2715 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2715 

Result of vote . 3335 

Little Fort Polling Division, Kamloops Elec¬ 
toral District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2714 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2714 

Result of vote . 3179 

Mission City Polling Division, Dewdney Elec¬ 
toral District— 

Date of voting re Bale of beer by the glass .. 2991 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2992 

Result of vote . 3580 

Muskwa Polling Division, Peace River Elec¬ 


toral District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 3579 

Regulation re scrutineers . 3579 

North Kamloops Polling Division, Kamloops 
Electoral District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2714 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2714 

Result of vote . 3273 

Nos. 46, 47 Polling Divisions, Saanich Elec¬ 
toral District— 

Amendment adding Polling Division . 2990 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2927 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2927 

Result of vote . 3395 

Okanagan Falls Polling Division, Similkameen 
Electoral District- 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2927 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2927 

Result of vote . 3395 

Peachland Polling Division, South Okanagan 
Electoral District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2716 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2716 

Result of vote . 3179 


Polling Divisions 8, 9, 10, 11a, 11b, 12 to 24, 

25a, 25b, 25c, 26a, 26b, North Vancouver 
Electoral District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 3453 


Regulation re scrutineers . 3454 

Port Haney Polling Division, Dewdney Elec¬ 
toral District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2992 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2992 

Result of vote . 3454 

Raft River Polling Division, Kamloops Elec¬ 
toral District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2715 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2715 

Result of vote . 3454 

Regulations under . 2296 

South Slocan Polling Division, Nelson-Creston 
Electoral District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2927 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2927 

Result of vote . 3273 

South Westminster Polling Division, Delta 
Electoral District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 3824 

Regulation re scrutineers . 3823 

Steveston Polling Division, Delta Electoral 
District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2927 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2927 

Result of vote . 3395 

Trites School Polling Division, Delta Electoral 


District— 


Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2928 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2928 

Result of vote . 3515 

Trout Lake Polling Division, Revelstoke Elec¬ 
toral District— 

Date of voting re sale of beer by the glass .. 2715 

Regulation re scrutineers . 2715 

Result of vote . 3179 

West Summerland Polling Division, South 
Okanagan Electoral District— 

Date of voting re Veterans' Club licence .... 3824 
Regulation re scrutineers ... 3824 


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xlii 


INDEX, 1947. 


Page. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued. 

“ Municipal Superannuation Act,” regulations 

under ...1178, 2231 

“ Old-age Pension Act,” regulations under . 1451 

“ Physiotherapists and Massage Practitioners 

Act,” regulations under . 3171 

“ Provincial Elections Act ”— 

Cancellation of appointments of commissioners 2295 
Rescinding and establishing polling divisions .. 3689 

Rescinding and redefining polling districts . 1637 

“ Public Inquiries Act ”— 

Notice of meetings of Commission appointed 

to inquire into school taxation.,. 2714 

Notice of first sitting of the Commissioner 
appointed to inquire into recent disturbances 

in Doukhobor settlements in B.C. 3053 

Rescission of appointments—- 
Alexander, Joseph Shaw— 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, 
Deaths, and Marriages, New Westminster 


and Ladner Registration Districts . 725 

As Deputy Gold Commissioner . 725 

As Deputy Government Agent . 725 

As Deputy Land Commissioner . 725 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters . 725 

As Deputy Water Recorder . 725 

Anderson, Allan William—- 

As a Coroner . 2859 

As Official Administrator . 2859 

As Small Debts Court Magistrate . 2859 

As Stipendiary Magistrate . 2859 

As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 

Marriages . 3115 

As Marriage Commissioner . 3115 

Andrews, Gerald S., as a member of the Execu¬ 
tive Council of the Association of Profes¬ 
sional Engineers . 565 

Anscomb, Hon. Herbert, as Acting Minister of 

Education ... 3115 

Archibald, Richard E., as Deputy Registrar 

of Voters . 3823 

Bradshaw, William George— 

As Clerk of the Peace . 1624 

As Deputy Collector . 1624 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, 

Deaths, and Marriages . 1624 

As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme 

Court . 1624 

As Deputy Government Agent . 1624 

As Deputy Land Commissioner . 1624 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court . 1624 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters . 1624 

As Deputy Water Recorder . 1624 

As Marriage Commissioner . 1624 

Broley, Edith Annabelle— 

As Clerk of the Peace . 3689 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, 

Deaths, and Marriages . 3689 

As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme 

Court . 3689 

As Deputy Government Agent . 3689 

As Deputy Land Commissioner . 3689 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court . 3689 

As Deputy Water Recorder . 3689 

As Issuer of Marriage Licences . 3689 

As Sub-mining Recorder . 3689 

Brown, Alfred Martin— 

As Deputy Assessor . 3180 

As Deputy Collector . 3180 

Bruce, Douglas Hazard— 

As Clerk of the Peace . 3180 

As Deputy Collector . 3180 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, 

Deaths, and Marriages . 3180 

As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme 

Court . 3180 

As Deputy Gold Commissioner . 3180 

As Deputy Government Agent . 3180 

As Deputy Land Commissioner . 3180 

As Deputy Mining Recorder . 3180 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court . 3180 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters . 3180 

As Deputy Water Recorder . 3180 

As Marriage Commissioner . 3180 

Burrin, Fred, as Deputy Registrar of Voters .. 3516 
Carling, Stanley Martin— 

As Clerk of the Peace . 2658 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, 

Deaths, and Marriages . 2658 

As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme 

Court . 2658 

As Deputy Gold Commissioner . 2658 

As Deputy Government Agent .:. 2658 

As Deputy Land Commissioner . 2658 

As Deputy Mining Recorder .;. 2658 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court ...:. 2658 


Page. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued. 


Rescission of appointments— Continued. 

Carling, Stanley Martin— Continued. 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters . 2658 

As Deputy Water Recorder . 2658 

As Marriage Commissioner . 2658 

Carson, Hon. Ernest Crawford— 

As Acting Minister of Labour . 1624 

As Acting Minister of Health and Welfare 1991 

As Acting Provincial Secretary . 1991 

Clapperton, Roderick Dhu— 

As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, 

and Marriages . 566 

As Government Sub-Agent . 566 

As Marriage Commissioner . 566 

As Sub-mining Recorder . 566 

Cheyne, Robert, as Investigator on behalf of 

the Milk Board ...... 1918 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits— 

Allison, Robert Arthur . 566 

Bevington, Francis . 2859 

Campbell, Angus Williard . 2926 

Carter, Geoffrey Walter Joyes . 2569 

Charman, Stanley James . 800 

Cornock, Raymond Gordon . 2092 

Cox, A. C. 2509 

Dobson, L. S. 2509 

Findlay, Wm. 2509 

Godfrey, Isaac . 3823 

Griffin, Frederick Benwell . 2509 

Grover, Fred J. 2509 

LeSaunier, Michael J. 3 

Littleton, Edith Helena . 2509 

McDermott, William . 1381 

Mauris, Robert G. V. 2714 

Moreton, Frederick Ernest Seward . 3273 

Rising, Paul . 2509 

Roberts, Joseph . 2658 

Sayer, Gladys Vivian . 2509 

Shane, Edgar George . 2509 

Vidal, Norman Cunliffe . 2509 

Wright, Walter Herbert . 800 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits (Special) — 

Brewster, Doris Alvina . 3273 

Broderick, Willa . 566 

Christie, Hugh G. 2509 

Cranston, Peggy Elizabeth . 495 

Dunbar, Margaret Jean . 800 

Elliott, Willa Jean . 3273 

Gibson, Eva Maine . 3273 

Gross, May . 1753 

Hobson, Martha . 1918 

Holmes, Gertrude . 1307 

Hood, Marjorie H. 1381 

Hope, Agnes C. 1991 

Hunter, Margaret E. 2714 

Jessop, Harvey J. 1753 

Johnson, Catherine . 2859 

Kelgard, Sonja . 169 

Leicester, Percy . 229 

LePas, Leo F. 1917 

McCrone, Elizabeth Mae . 3516 

Martin, Carol Mary Stuart . 3273 

Melville, Robert N. S. 2658 

Miles, Francis Marie . 800 

Mitchell, John William . 3453 

Riley, John Henry . 1242 

Smith, Barbara Alice . 3273 

Sparks, John Edward . 2368 

St. John, Henrietta . 107 

Stevenson, Brigham Kyle . 3453 

Tecklenburg, Freda . 107 

Thompson, Doris Leona . 363 

Wilson, William . 3115 

Worth, Helen Cecile . 3273 

Cox, Roy T., as Deputy Registrar of Voters .. 3516 
Dainard, Courtland James— 

As Clerk of the Peace . 2658 

As Deputy Assessor . 2658 

As Deputy Collector . 2658 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, 

Deaths, and Marriages . 2658 

As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme 

Court . 2658 

As Deputy Gold Commissioner . 2658 

As Deputy Government Agent . 2658 

As Deputy Land Commissioner . 2658 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court . 2658 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters . 2658 

As Deputy Water Recorder . 2658 

As Marriage Commissioner . 2658 

As Sub-mining Recorder . 2658 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, 

Deaths, and Marriages . > . 3115 

Daratt, Hedley Vickers, as a Court of Revision 2569 
Dixon, Arthur, as Deputy Minister of Public 
Works ...:. 229 


















































































































































INDEX, 1947. 


xliii 


PROVINCIAL SECRET ARY— Continued. 


Rescission of appointments— Continued. 

Domay, Ellis Conrad, as a member of the 

Board of Management, Tofino Hospital . 3579 

Dunn, William Magnus Hedley— 

As Deputy Assessor . 2658 

As Deputy Collector . 2658 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, 

Deaths, and Marriages . 2658 

As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme 

Court . 2658 

As Deputy Gold Commissioner . 2658 

As Deputy Government Agent . 2658 

As Deputy Land Commissioner . 2658 

As Mining Recorder . 2658 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court . 2658 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters . 2658 

As Deputy Water Recorder . 2658 

As Marriage Commissioner . 2658 

Eyres, Hon. Leslie Harvey, as Acting Minister 

of Education . 2990 

Findlay, Alexander, M.D.— 

As a member of the Board of Management, 

Mission Memorial Hospital . 647 

As Stipendiary Magistrate . 1381 

Fisher, Edward, as a member of the Board of 
Management, Royal Inland Hospital, Kam¬ 
loops . 1177 

Fowler, Gilbert, as a Returning Officer . 2859 

Hallett, George Hoyt— 

As a Coroner . 1917 

As Official Administrator . 1917 

As Small Debts Court Magistrate . 1917 

As Stipendiary Magistrate . 1917 

As Assessor . 2092 

As Clerk of the Peace . 2092 

As Collector . 2092 

As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 

Marriages . 2092 

As District Registrar, Supreme Court, Atlin 

Registry . 2092 

As Gold Commissioner . 2092 

As Government Agent . 2092 

As Land Commissioner . 2092 

As Marriage Commissioner . 2092 

As Mining Recorder . 2092 

As Registrar, County Court . 2092 

As Water Recorder ._. 2092 

Hallisey, Cornelius J., as Small Debts Court 

Magistrate . 3453 

Harrison, Victor B.—- 

As Acting Police Magistrate . 947 

As Judge of the Juvenile Court . 947 

As Small Debts Court Magistrate .. 947 

As Stipendiary Magistrate . 947 

Hart, Hon. John— 

As Acting Minister of Lands and Forests .. 1307 

As Acting Attorney-General . 1546 

As Acting Minister of Labour . 2714 

Hassen, Matthew, as a Court of Revision . 2569 

Herridge, Norman Archibald, as a member of 
the Board of Management, Arrow Lakes 

Hospital . 2859 

Hinchliffe, Rev. Canon Charles A., as a mem¬ 
ber of the Board of Management, St. 

Joseph’s Hospital, Dawson Creek . 229 

Johnson, Robert, as a member of the Board of 

Management, Summerland Hospital . 647 

Justices of the Peace—■ 

Auld, Thomas J. 1753 

Copeland, Samuel . 3273 

Dick, Robert Weir . 725 

Disney, Douglas Munroe . 495 

Evans, Owen Reginald . 3335 

Gardiner, George Hepburn .. 2859 

Gordon, John Pearson . 800 

Macgowan, Gowan Staniforth . 1753 

Walker, Thomas Willoughby, M.D. 1177 

Wiegand, Ellis Ray . 3 

Kenney, Hon. Edward Tourtellotte— 

As Acting Attorney-General . 1823 

As Acting Minister of Labour . 2509 

King, Harry, as Deputy Registrar of Voters .. 3453 
Knowlton, Wayne Forrest— 

As Clerk of the Peace . 3180 

As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 

Marriages . 3180 

As District Registrar, Supreme Court . 3180 

As Marriage Commissioner . 3180 

As Mining Recorder . 3180 

As Registrar, County Court . 3180 

Lardner, F. E., as Deputy Registrar of Voters 3335 
LeSaunier, Michael John— 

As Clerk of the Peace . 1917 

As Deputy Collector . 1917 

As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme 

Court . 1917 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court . 1917 


Page. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY-— Continued. 


Rescission of appointments— Continued. 

McCall, D. T. R., M.D., as a Coroner .3 

MacDonald, Claude, as Assessor . 2658 

McDonald, John Fraser, as Deputy District 
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages 3115 
Matheson, Mackenzie, as Deputy Police Magis¬ 
trate .— 2990 

Matthew, William Lawrence, as Deputy Assessor 2714 
Milburn, George— 

As Clerk of the Peace . 2092 

As Collector . 2092 

As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 

Marriages . 2092 

As District Registrar, Supreme Court . 2092 

As Government Agent .2092 

As Land Commissioner . 2092 

As Marriage Commissioner . 2092 

As Registrar, County Court . 2092 

As Registrar of Voters . 2092 

As Sub-mining Recorder .1. 2092 

As Water Recorder . 2092 

As Official Administrator . 2296 

As a member of the Board of Directors, City 

of Prince George General Hospital . 3823 

Morton, Kenneth Loudon, as Deputy Registrar- 

General of Voters . 2092 

Notaries Public— 

Garner, Brian Stewart . 3823 

Hart, Ralph . 1381 

Lifton, Henry Charles . 297 

Walker, Paschal . 800 

Phillips, George Montague, as Registrar- 

General of Voters . 2092 

Pratt, George V.— 

As Small Debts Court Magistrate . 3336 

As Stipendiary Magistrate ..'. 3335 

Putnam, Hon. Frank, as Acting Minister of 

Education . 2859 

Roddis, Albert Edward— 

As a Coroner ..!.. 1546 

As Deputy Coroner . 1546 

As Official Administrator . 1546 

As Small Debts Court Magistrate . 1546 

As Stipendiary Magistrate ...,. 1546 

As Assessor . 1624 

As Collector .. 1624 

As Deputy Collector . 1624 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters .. 1624 

As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 

Marriages .L.. 1624 

As Gold Commissioner ...:. 1624 

As Government Agent . 1624 

As Land Commissioner . 1624 

As Marriage Commissioner . 1624 

As Mining Recorder .;... 1624 

As Sub-mining Recorder . 1624 

As Water Recorder .1. 1624 

Skinner, James, as Deputy Registrar of 

Voters . 3755 

Smythe, Ormond Towers— 

As Assessor . 2714 

As Deputy Assessor ..1. 3115 

As Deputy Collector . 3115 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, 

Deaths, and Marriages ............ 3115 

As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme 

Court .;. 3115 

As Deputy Government Agent . 3115 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court . 3115 

As Issuer of Marriage Licences . 3116 

Sneddon, Russell— 

As Small Debts Court Magistrate . 169 

As Stipendiary Magistrate . 169 

Speed, Thomas Frank— 

As Assessor . 3180 

As Collector ..•. 3180 

Stephen, Robert William, as Deputy Registrar 

of Voters ....... 3273 

Sutherland, Thomas W., M.D., as a Deputy 

Coroner .”.. 870 

Trehearne, Francis William— 

As Clerk of the Peace . 870 

As Deputy Collector . 870 

As Deputy District Registrar of Births, 

Deaths, and Marriages . 870 

As Deputy District Registrar, Supreme 

Court . 870 

As Deputy Gold Commissioner . 870 

As Deputy Government Agent ...;.. 870 

As Deputy Land Commissioner . 870 

As Deputy Mining Recorder . 870 

As Deputy Registrar, County Court .. 870 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters .... ' 870 

As Deputy Water Recorder . 870 

As Issuer of Marriage Licences ... 870 

Valair, Vernon, as Deputy Registrar of Voters 3273 
Virtue, Matthew, as Stipendiary Magistrate .... 3 





















































































































































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INDEX, 1947. 


Page. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued. 


Rescission of appointments— Continued. 

Weir, Hon. George Moir— 

As Acting Minister of Health and Welfare 1624 

As Acting Provincial Secretary . 1624 

Wismer, Hon. Gordon S., as Acting Minister 

of Education . 1823 

Wood, Herbert S.— 

As Judge of the Family Court . 2990 

As Judge of the Juvenile Court . 2990 

As Police Magistrate . 2990 

Woods, Herbert L., as Stipendiary Magistrate 3823 
Resignation of appointments— 

Allen, Sydney, as Assessor . 1467 

Bourdon, Gabriel, as a Coroner . 495 

Callahan, Henry Oliver— 

As Deputy Registrar of Voters . 2368 

As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 

Marriages . 2368 

As Government Sub-Agent . 2368 

As Marriage Commissioner . 2368 

As Sub-mining Recorder . 2368 

Chambers, Martin, as a Justice of the Peace.. 947 
Cowan, Arthur Justin— 

As Deputy Police Magistrate . 2368 

As Judge of the Family Court . 2368 

As Judge of the Juvenile Court . 2368 

Crabbe, W. L., as Stipendiary Magistrate . 2167 

Fairbairn, William Howard, as a member of 
the Board of Management, Skidegate Inlet 

Hospital . 2569 

Findlay, Alexander, M.D., as Small Debts 

Court Magistrate . 1467 

Harris, William George— 

As a Coroner . 1467 

As Small Debts Court Magistrate . 1624 

As Stipendiary Magistrate . 1624 

Holmes, T. C., M. D., as a Coroner . 2092 

McKee, Robert, as a member of the Appeal 

Board . 169 

McWilliams, Thomas Finley— 

As a Coroner . 1023 

As Judge of the Juvenile Court . 1023 

As Police Magistrate . 1023 

As Small Debts Court Magistrate . 1023 

As Stipendiary Magistrate . 1023 

Matheson, Mackenzie, as a member of the 

Board of Police Commissioners . 229 

Orr, William Shields— 

As District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and 

Marriages . 2368 

As Government Sub-Agent . 2368 

As Marriage Commissioner . 2368 

As Mining Recorder . 2368 

As Registrar of Voters . 2368 

As Sub-mining Recorder . 2368 

Pearson, Hon. George Sharratt, as Acting 

Minister of Lands and Forests . 2368 

Robertson, Gilbert Heathcote, as a Coroner. 2859 

Singer, W. S., as Stipendiary Magistrate . 2092 

Spencer, Christopher, as a member of the 

Board of Directors, P.G.E. Railway Co. 647 

Wastell, A. M., as Small Debts Court Magis¬ 
trate . 3 

Wawn, John, as a Justice of the Peace . 869 

Wilson, P. H — 

As Deputy Coroner . 1242 

As Judge of the Juvenile Court . 1242 

As Police Magistrate . 1242 

Sheriffs and their jurisdictions . 2092 

Sneyd, Ralph E., amendment of appointment as 

Notary Public . 2092 

" Town Planning Act ”— 

Amending regulations under Part III . 1241 

Regulations governing— 

Kelowna Regulated Area . 2085 

Vernon Regulated Area . 2082 

" Village Municipalities Assistance Act,” regu¬ 
lations under . 2167 

Weld, Robert C., amending jurisdiction as Sti¬ 
pendiary Magistrate . 948 


PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION: 

” Motor Carrier Act ”— 

Orders amending regulations ...170, 2299, 3117, 3519 
Deletions, revisions, and additions of sightsee¬ 


ing routes .1918, 3395 

“ Public Utilities Act,” order amending regu¬ 
lations . 2368 

QUIETING TITLES: 

Chan Lum, Subdivision 3 of Suburban Lot 4, 

Victoria City .930, 1004 

Conway, Rachel, certain mineral claims . 3387 

Cox, Rupert Leslie, Lots 16 to 19, Bk. 3, Sec. 43, 
Victoria District, Plan 1443 . 2907 


Page. 

QUIETING TITLES— Continued. 


Lyon, David, Lot 16 of Lots 172 to 174, Bks. 10 
to 13, 22 to 25, D.L. 391, 392, Vancouver City 3106 
Richter, Karl and Helen, Lots 11841, 11860, 

11862, Kootenay District . 423 

Rumsey, Godfrey Francis Edward, Lots 22 to 25, 

Bk. 19, Cranbrook City, Plan 669d . 2906 

Russell, Joseph, N. % Lot 4, Bk. K, Town of 

Lillooet . 416 

Straight, Jack Milton, parts of L.S. 1, 2, Sec. 14, 

Tp. 5, R. 26, W. of 6th M. 2907 

Weeks, Sidney James, Lots 57, 58, O.D.Y.D. 1610 


RAILWAY DEPARTMENT: 

“ Railway Act ”— 

Certificate No. 726, new boiler code of rules and 
regulations governing design and construct- 


tion of steam-boilers and pressure-vessels. 297 

Certificate No. 727, establishing and amending 

rules and regulations governing railways. 726 

Certificate No. 728, Hillcrest Lumber Co., Ltd., 
approval of construction of grade highway 
over truck-road in Sec. 30, Cowichan Lake 
District . 1242 

SHERIFFS’ SALES: 

Davidson v. Davidson . 1980 

Hemmingway v. MacDonald . 2969 

M. Johnston and L. Johnston v. Nemechek . 3258 


“ TAXATION ACT ”: 

Courts of Revision (Assessment Districts) : 


Alberni . 1534 

Ashcroft . 1534 

Comox . 1247 

Cowichan .-.. 1462 

Fort Steele . 1552 

Galiano Island . 1247 

Golden . 1463 

Kamloops . 1462 

Kettle River .'.. 1630 

Lillooet . 1463 

Mayne Island . 1247 

Nanaimo . 1534 

Nelson . 1372 

New Westminster . 1534 

Nicola . 1534 

Omineca . 1372 

Peace River .. 1372 

Pender Island . 1247 

Prince George . 1372 

Prince Rupert . 1024 

Princeton . 1372 

Quesnel Forks . 1462 

Revelstoke . 1463 

Saltspring Island . 1372 

Slocan . 1247 

Vancouver . 1534 

Vernon . 1463 

Victoria .. 1372 

Tax Sales (Assessment Districts) : 

Alberni . 2719 

Ashcroft . 2720 

Atlin . 2729 

Comox . 2722 

Cowichan . 2728 

Fort Steele . 2730 

Golden . 2734 

Kamloops . 2736 

Kettle River . 2739 

Lillooet . 2743 

Nanaimo . 2745 

Nelson . 2750 

New Westminster . 2757 

Nicola . 2759 

Omineca . 2760 

Peace River . 2776 

Pender Island . 2738 

Prince George . 2764 

Prince Rupert . 2770 

Princeton . 2777 

Quesnel Forks . 2779 

Revelstoke . 2782 

Saltspring Island . 2785 

Slocan . 2786 

Telegraph Creek . 2742 

Vancouver . 2791 

Vernon . 2794 

Victoria . 2797 

Tax Sales of Mineral Claims (Assessment Dis¬ 
tricts) : 

Alberni . 3185 

Ashcroft . 3186 

Atlin . 8186 

Comox . 3187 

Cowichan . 3188 







































































































































INDEX, 1947. 


xlv 


TAXATION ACT ”— Continued. 

Tax Sales of Mineral Claims (Assessment Dis¬ 


tricts ) — Continued . 

Fort Steele . 3189 

Golden . 3188 

Kamloops . 3190 

Kettle River . 3191 

Lillooet . 3193 

^ els °n .".l‘”ZZ 3195 

New Westminster . 3198 

Nic “ la . 3199 

Omineca . 3200 

Prince George . 3204 

Prince Rupert . 3201 

Princeton . 3205 

Quesnel Forks . 3206 

Revelstoke . 3207 

Slocan . 3209 

Vancouver . 3214 

Vfrnon . 3208 

Victoria . 3197 

WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD: 

“ Workmen’s Compensation Act,” additions to 
schedule of industrial diseases . 1826 


WORKS DEPARTMENT: 

Calling for Tenders : 

Addition to Court-house, Quesnel, erection and 

completion of . 2660 

Addition to Lockup, Squamish, erection and 

completion of . 2660 

Bituminous surfacing of— 

Section 4—Similkameen and South Okanagan 

Electoral Districts . 1242 

Section 4 a—L illooet, North Okanagan, and 

Revelstoke Electoral Districts . 1383 

Section 5—Columbia and Rossland-Trail Elec¬ 
toral Districts . 1825 

Boiler and Firing Equipment, Provincial Mental 
Hospital, Essondale— 

Construction and installation of . 365 

Extension of time for receipt of tenders. 726 

Brunell and Nanoose Creek Bridges on Island 

Highway, construction of . 1628 

Concrete retaining wall, Mile 180.4, Trans-Canada 

Highway . 2299 

Court-house, Burns Lake, erection and comple¬ 
tion of . 2236 

Court-house, Penticton— 

Erection and completion of . 2447 

Extension of time for receipt of tenders. 2864 

Culvert and Fill, Marine Drive, Point Grey. 1994 

Frame Court-house, Alberni, erection and com¬ 
pletion of . 2171 

Highways, construction of— 

Trans-Canada Highway— 

Boston Bar-Lytton section. Mile 146.2 to 

Mile 146.6 .,. 567 

Three Mile Crossing. Revelstoke West. 2171 

Island Highway, Fanny Bay-Union Bay revi¬ 
sion . 1024 

Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Keremeos- 

Kaleden section, Yellow Lake, 2.6 miles. 568 

Highways, reconstruction of— 

Okanagan Highway, Winfield-Posthill section.. 2571 
Project No. 1, South Okanagan Electoral Dis¬ 
trict . 1550 

Project No. 2, North Okanagan Electoral Dis¬ 
trict . 1550 

Project No. 3, Kamloops Electoral District. 1550 

Project No. 4, crushing and delivery of gravel 

surfacing . 1549 

Project No. 5, Dewdney Trunk Road. 1549 

Hospital and Power-house, Colony Farm, Esson¬ 
dale, erection and completion of . 2660 

Land Registry, New Westminster Court-house, 

addition to . 872 

Lockup. Alert Bay, erection and completion of.... 1920 
New Westminster Hospital— 

Nurses Home, erection and completion of. 3399 

Painting of . 2298 

Nurses Home, Essondale Mental Hospital— 

Erection and completion of . 3456 

Extension of time for receipt of tenders. 3757 

Office Building, Victoria, erection and comple¬ 
tion of . 1628 

Substructure and Superstructure, Seymour Creek 

Bridge, North Vancouver . 800 

Substructure, Stirling Bridge, east of Princeton 650 
Superstructure, Eagle River Bridge, Trans- 

Canada Highway . 2863 

Superstructure, Stirling Bridge, Similkameen 
District . 1994 


WORKS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Page. 


Calling for Tenders' — Continued. 

Storm sewer from Britton Street to Boundary 


Road. Burnaby Electoral District .. 2571 

University of British Columbia— 

Agricultural Engineering and Mechanics Lab¬ 
oratory Building . 2570 

Applied Science Building . 651 

Extension of time for receipt of tenders. 1089 

Biological Science and Pharmacy Building. 3398 

Extension of time for receipt of tenders. 3691 

University lands (portion of), clearing and 

ploughing . 1819 

Various buildings, Tranquille, erection and com¬ 
pletion of . 1383 

Workmen’s Compensation Building, Vancouver, 
removal of fixed sash and installation of double- 
hung sash . 2298 

Highways, Classification: 

Dawson Creek Village (secondary) . 2863 

Kent Municipality— 

Rescission . 3516 

Reclassification . 3516 

Arterial . 2448 

North Kamloops Village (arterial) .. 2298 

Sumas Municipality, rescissions . 3516 

Highways Established: 

Alberni Electoral District, King Road . 3117 

Comox Electoral District— 

Hope Street . 568 

Island Highway— 

Amended notice . 2094 

Revision, Craig’s Crossing to Corfield Road 3118 

Revision near Union Bay . 1025 

Road in Lot 156 . 3117 

Road to Lot 192 . 3184 

Tongue Point Road . 109 

Cowichan-Newcastle Electoral District, South 

Shore Road (revised notice) . 1628 

Cranbrook Electoral District, Southern Trans- 
Provincial Highway diversion, Marysville. 3826 


Dewdney Electoral District, highway in Frac. 


S.E. % Sec. 12, Tp. 5, R. 27, W. of 6th M. 2299 

Esquimalt Electoral District— 

Lane near south end of Shawnigan Lake, 

Malahat District . 3118 

Road in Lot 90, Renfrew District, and Lot 23, 

Malahat District . 1755 

Shawnigan-Mill Bay Road . 1025 

Esquimalt and Saanich Electoral Districts— 

Helmcken Road (portion of). 1754 

Amending notice . 1755 

Fort George and Peace River Electoral Districts, 

John Hart Highway . 872 

Kaslo-Slocan Electoral District— 

Balfour-Kaslo Road through Lots 455, 819, 

Kootenay District . 3398 

Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway (portions of).... 366 

Mackenzie Electoral District, road to wharf, 

Bowen Island . 1825 

Nanaimo and The Islands Electoral District— 

Cusheon Lake Road . 2863 

Meredith Road . 1025 

Road in Lot 2, Galiano Island . 2236 

Road in Sec. 5, Gabriola Island . 2094 

Nelson-Creston Electoral District, access .road 

westerly from Nelson Ferry . 3457 

North Okanagan Electoral District— 

Highway in N.W. Sec. 11, Tp. 19, R. 9, 

W. of 6th M. 430 

Road in Parcel 1, R.P. B 4192, and Parcel 1, 

R.P. B 1247, O.D.Y.D. 1825 

Prince Rupert Electoral District, highway in 
Lots 165, 166, 2549, Queen Charlotte Islands. .. 2447 
Rossland-Trail Electoral District— 


Highway in D.L. 6063, 4597, 3391, Kootenay 


District . 3393 

Part of Wood Street, Castlegar . 2865 

Rossland Ski Hill Road . 2864 

Saanich Electoral District— 

Canora Road . 3825 

Road intersection, Sec. 5, R. 2 E., South 

Saanich District . 3692 

Yale Electoral District, highway in S.W. % Sec. 

7, Tp. 5, R. 26, W. of 6 th M., and Lot 53^ 

G P- 1 . 2298 

Miscellaneous: 

Alberni Electoral District, Hector Road (portion 

of), Lot 90, discontinued and closed . 3H8 

“ Boiler Inspection Act ”— 

Amending regulations re hot-water boilers... 3397 

Regulations re examinations of engineers. 2169 

















































































































xlvi 


INDEX, 1947. 


WORKS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Page. 


WORKS DEPARTMENT— Continued. 


Page. 


Miscellaneous — Continued. 

Burnaby Electoral District, central arterial high¬ 
way (part ,of). New Westminster District, 

discontinued and closed . 3456 

Chilliwack Electoral District, Huntingdon-Mis¬ 
sion Highway, widening of . 2447 

Columbia Electoral District, lane (portion of) 
in Bk. T, Invermere Townsite, discontinued 

and closed . 2863 

Comox Electoral District, Comox Road, widen¬ 
ing of . 3757 

Cowichan-Newcastle Electoral District, Doole 
Road (part of). Lot 11, Oyster District, dis¬ 
continued and closed . 3757 

Dewdney Electoral District, old Yale Road in 
N. y 2 Sec. 5, Tp. 5, R. 26, W. of 6th M„ 

discontinued and closed . 727 

“ Electrical Energy Inspection Act,” regulations 3183 
Esquimalt Electoral District— 

Brock Road, Sec. 112a, widening of . 2094 

Old road (portion of). Secs. 2, 3, Sooke Dis¬ 
trict, discontinued and closed . 1628 

Station Road, widening of . 3584 

Grand Forks-Greenwood Electoral District, road 
allowance in Lots 317, 1021 (S.), S.D.Y.D., 
discontinued and closed . 1755 


Miscellaneous— Continued. 

“ Highway Act ”— 

Amending regulations . 1089 

Restricting loads and speeds on bridges— 

Riverside Bridge, Lake Cowichan Village. 3457 

West Coast Road, Vancouver Island . 3398 

Nanaimo and The Islands Electoral District, 
road allowance. Lot 2, Galiano Island, discon¬ 
tinued and closed . 2236 

North Okanagan Electoral District, old road in 
N.W. Vi Sec. 11, Tp. 19, R. 9, W. of 6th M., 

discontinued and closed . 430 

Omineca Electoral District, portion of street at 

Houston, discontinued and closed . 2299 

Rossland-Trail Electoral District, highway in 

D.L. 4597, discontinued and closed . 3398 

Saanich Electoral District, Francis Avenue, dis¬ 
continued and closed . 2864 

Similkameen Electoral District— 

Lane (portion of) at Princeton, discontinued 

and closed . 3398 

Penryn Avenue (portion of), Princeton, dis¬ 
continued and closed . 872 

South Okanagan Electoral District, road between 
Lots 8, 9, O.D.Y.D., discontinued and closed.... 3456 
Yale Electoral District, road allowance in Lot 
53, Gp. 1, discontinued and closed . 2298 


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