Che British Calunily

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APPOINTMENTS

February 20th, 1959.

HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Gover- nor in Council has been pleased to make the following appointments:—

Robert S. Zeelander, Vancouver, to be a Commissioner for taking Affidavits with- in the Province, under section 59 of the “Ryidence Act,” only in connection with the performance of his official duties and while he remains in his present employ- ment.

John Albert Abrahamson, Revelstoke, to be a Special Commissioner for taking Affidavits within the Province, under sec- tion 59 of the “Evidence Act,” only in connection with the performance of his official duties and while he remains in his present employment.

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

VICTORIA, MARCH Sth, 1959

Sidney McMorris Murray, Edgewood, to be a Justice of the Peace in and for the Province.

Harold Everett Wilson, Gibsons, to be a Notary Public in and for the Province, under section 18 of the “Notaries Act,” and the area in which he may practise as such Notary Public is limited to the Vil- lage of Gibsons and a radius of 10 miles, to be measured from the post office within the said village. mh5—2022

DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY

February 20th, 1959.

HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Gover- nor in Council has been pleased to rescind the following appointments :—

G. W. Cope, formerly of Oliver, as a Deputy Coroner in and for the Province.

William E. A. Barclay, formerly Pay- master and Employment Manager of Yar- rows Ltd., Victoria, as a Commissioner for taking Affidavits within the Province.

Dwight Anderson Lee, formerly of Ocean Falls, as a Notary Public in and

for the Province. my5—2023 PROCLAMATIONS [L.s.] BoM ROSS Lieutenant-G overnor.

CANADA: PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

ELIZABETH the SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, Canada and Her other Realms and Territories, Queen, Head of the Com- monwealth, Defender of the Faith.

To allto whom these presents shall come Greeting.

A PROCLAMATION { WHEREAS cerebral pal-

R. W. Bonner, x Z Biome ) sy is a great crippler of eee, | children to-day:

: | And whereas the pub-

lic knows very little of the causes and incidents of cerebral palsy:

And whereas with proper training and treatment many of these children can be rehabilitated to take their place in the economic, social, and cultural life of the community:

And whereas it is desirable that the attention of all citizens may be directed to the need for proper training and treat- ment of cerebral palsy victims:

And whereas We have thought fit, by and with the advice of Our Executive Council of Our said Province, to appoint the week of May 3rd, 1959, as Cerebral Palsy Week.

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Now know ye that We do issue this Our Royal Proclamation, and do hereby proclaim the week of May 3rd, 1959, as Cerebral Palsy Week.

In testimony whereof, We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent and the Great Seal of the said Prov- ince to be hereunto affixed.

Witness, the Honourable Frank Macken- zie Ross, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said Province of British Colum- bia, in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this twenty-fifth day of February, in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty-nine, and in the eighth year of Our Reign.

By Command. W. D. BLACK,

mh5—2024 Provincial Secretary. [L.s.] F. M. ROSS, Lieutenant-Governor. CANADA:

PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

ELIZABETH the SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, Canada and Her other Realms and Territories, Queen, Head of the Com- monwealth, Defender of the Faith.

To allto whom these presents shall come— Greeting.

{ WHEREAS the Cache Beas Local Area was oe ; established pursuant to cee | the provisions of the : | “Local Services Act” on, from, and after the fourteenth day of February, 1959, for the purpose of pro- viding fire-protection service: _ And whereas by subsection (4) of sec- tion 18 of the Municipal Act” it is pro- vided, inter alia, that the Lieutenant-Goy- ernor in Council, upon the recommenda- tion of the Minister of Municipal Affairs, may incorporate a local area as a local district:

And whereas by Order of the Lieuten- ant-Governor in Council bearing the date of twenty-fifth day of February, 1959, it was ordered that the Cache Creek Local Area be incorporated as a local district:

Now know ye that by these presents We do order and proclaim that the Cache Creek Local Area described as: Com- mencing at the most southerly corner of Lot 103, Group 2 (Yale-Lytton), Kam- loops Division of Yale District; thence north-westerly and north-easterly along the south-westerly and north-westerly boundaries of said Lot 103, Group 2, to the most southerly corner of Lot 104, Group 2 (Yale-Lytton); thence in a gen-

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eral northerly direction along the westerly boundary of said Lot 104, Group 2 (Yale- Lytton), to the south-east corner of Lot 5740; thence westerly, northerly, and south-easterly along the southerly, west- erly, and north-easterly boundaries of said Lot 5740 to the north-westerly boundary of Lot 1 of Lot 102, Group 2 (Yale-Lyt- ton), and Lot 5740, as shown on Plan 9009, on deposit in the Land Registry Office, Kamloops; thence north-easterly, south-easterly, and south-westerly along the north-westerly, north-easterly, and south-easterly boundaries of said Lot 1 of Lot 102, Group 2 (Yale-Lytton), and Lot 5740, Plan 9009, to the most south- erly corner thereof, being the south-west corner of Lot 102, Group 2 (Yale-Lytton); thence easterly along the southerly bound- ary of said Lot 102, Group 2 (Yale-Lyt- ton), to the south-west corner of Lot 1 of Lot 102, Group 2 (Yale-Lytton), as shown on Registered Plan 5594; thence in a general northerly direction along the westerly boundaries of Lot | of Lot 102, Group 2 (Yale-Lytton), Plan 5594, and Lots 1, 2, and) 3 of Eot 102, Group 2 (Yale-Lytton), as shown on Registered Plan 8348, to the most westerly corner of said Lot 3, Plan 8348; thence north-west- erly and north-easterly along the south- westerly and north-westerly boundaries of Lot 4 of Lot 102, Group 2 (Yale-Lytton), of said Plan 8348 to the most northerly corner thereof, being a point on the edge of the bed of the Bonaparte River, on the left bank thereof; thence in a general north-easterly direction along the said edge of the bed of the Bonaparte River, on the left bank thereof, to the south- westerly limit of the Cariboo Highway, as shown on Registered Plan H 235; thence in a general south-easterly direction along the said south-westerly limit of the Cari- boo Highway, as shown on Plan H 235, to the south-westerly prolongation of the north-westerly boundary of aforesaid Lot 1 of Lot 102, Group 2 (Yale-Lytton), Plan 5594; thence north-easterly to and along the said north-westerly boundary of Lot 1 of Lot 102, Group 2 (Yale-Lyt- ton), Plan 5594, to the most northerly corner thereof; thence north-westerly, north-easterly, south-easterly, and south- westerly along the south-westerly, north- westerly, north-easterly, and south-east- erly boundaries of Lot 104, Group 2 (Yale-Lytton), to the most northerly cor- ner of aforesaid Lot 103, Group 2 (Yale- Lytton); thence south-easterly and south- westerly along the north-easterly and south-easterly boundaries of said Lot 103, Group 2 (Yale-Lytton), to the aforesaid most southerly corner thereof, being the point of commencement, containing by admeasurement 308.00 acres of land, more or less, shall on, from, and after the effective date of these Letters Patent be incorporated as and be a local district municipality under and subject to the pro- visions of the “Municipal Act” and under and subject to the provisions here- inafter contained or referred to:—

1. The municipality shall be called and known by the name of the “Local Dis- trict of Cache Creek (hereinafter re ferred to as the “local district munict- pality ”). ale!

2. The local district municipality shall comprise all that area of land hereinbe- fore described. cent ahitiei

3. The provisions of the Municipa ee’ shall’ ekeebt as varied by the terms of these Letters Patent, apply to the local district municipality.

4. For the year 1959 and for. the year 1959 only, the interim Council of the local district municipality shall cause to

be prepared the annual budget for the year 1959 on or before the 15th day of April, 1959, and the said annual budget shall by by-law be adopted on or before the 15th day of May, 1959.

5. The interim Council of the local dis- trict municipality shall, when adopting the annual budget by-law referred to in paragraph 4 of these Letters Patent, con- sider and adopt a levy by-law for the year 1959,

6. Omer Alphonse Demers is hereby appointed Chairman of the interim Coun- cil of the local district municipality. Hubert Collins and Paul Andrew Sharron are hereby appointed Trustees of the in- terim Council of the local district munici- pality. A quorum of the interim Council shall be two members.

7. The term of office of each member of the interim Council shall extend until his successor has taken office following the election hereinafter provided; but if in the meantime any member of the in- terim Council resigns, or for some other reason becomes unable to continue in office, then the Lieutenant-Governor in Council may by Order appoint some other person to hold office until his successor has taken office following the said elec- tion.

8. The election of the members of the first Council of the local district munici- pality shall be conducted in the manner provided for annual elections by the Mu- nicipal Act,’ and except as otherwise herein provided the provisions of the “Municipal Act” apply to the first elec- tion, and for the first election provision shall be made for:—

(a) The election of a Chairman to hold office for a term of two years commencing in the year 1960; and The election of one Trustee to hold office for a term of two years commencing in the year 1960; and The election of one Trustee to hold office for a term of one year commencing in the year 1960.

9. The persons qualified to vote at the first election and to have their names entered on the list of electors of the local district municipality shall be those who are qualified under Part II of the Mu- nicipal Act.”

10. The interim Council shall cause to be prepared, corrected, revised, and cer- tified, in accordance with the Municipal Act,” a list of electors to be used at the election of members of the first Council and for all submissions to the electors thereat.

11. Any owner-elector, other than a corporation, whose name appears as an owner-elector on the list of electors re- ferred to in paragraph 10 of these Letters Patent is qualified to be nominated, elected, and to hold office as a member of the first Council.

12. The Clerk of the local district mu- nicipality shall be the Returning Officer for the first election.

13. The interim Council shall appoint such Deputy Returning Officers as are required to preside at the respective poll- ing-places, or delegate to the Returning Officer the power to appoint such Deputy Returning Officers, and otherwise arrange for the holding of the first election.

14. Nominations for members of the first Council shall be held at the Munici- pal Hall on the seventh day of December, 1959, from ten o’clock in the forenoon to twelve o’clock noon.

15. The polling (if any) at the first election shall be held at the Municipal Hall, and such other places as the Return-

(b)

(e)

ing Officer deems expedient, on the seven- teenth day of December, 1959, from eight o’clock in the forenoon to eight o’clock in the afternoon.

16. The Returning Officer shall deter- mine the day, time, and place of the first meeting of the first Council.

17. The Council shall have power, at any time prior to the first day of August, 1959, to incur liabilities by borrowing money or otherwise not exceeding in the whole the sum of five hundred dollars ($500) for the purpose of carrying on the business of the local district municipality until the revenues for the year 1959 are available for that purpose, and any lia- bility so incurred shall be repaid out of the revenue for the year 1959.

In testimony whereof, We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent and the Great Seal of Our said Prov- ince to be hereunto affixed.

Witness, the Honourable Frank Macken- zie Ross, C.M.G., M.C., Lieutenant- Governor of Our said Province of British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this twenty-fifth day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty-nine, and in. the eighth year of Our Reign.

By Command.

W. D. BLACK,

mh5—2029 Provincial Secretary. [L.S.] F. M. ROSS, Lieutenant-Governor. CANADA:

PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

ELIZABETH the SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, Canada and Her other Realms and Territories, Queen, Head of the Com- monwealth, Defender of the Faith.

To allto whom these presents shall come— Greeting.

A PROCLAMATION

Re We Bonten | ROT oar in the rapid-

Antornes y developing Province

Gite | of British Columbia there

; | is need, both now and in the future, for well-educated and well- trained young people who are education- ally equipped to discharge their duties and responsibilities as citizens in the cul- tural, spiritual, and economic develop- ment of the Province:

And whereas it is highly desirable that public attention be directed from time to time to these aspects of the educational system of the Province in its elementary, secondary, and university stages:

And whereas we have thought fit, by and with the advice of Our Executive Council of Our said Province, to appoint the week of March Ist to March 7th, 1959, as Education Week:

Now know ye that We do issue this Our Royal Proclamation, and do hereby proclaim the week of March Ist to March 7th, 1959, as Education Week.

In testimony whereof, We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent and the Great Seal of Our said Prov- ince to be hereunto affixed.

Witness, the Honourable Frank Macken- zie Ross, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said Province of British Colum- bia, in Our City of Victoria, in Our

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said Province, this twenty-fifth day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty-nine, and in the eighth year of Our Reign.

By Command. W. D, BLACK,

mhS5—2041 Provincial Secretary.

DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL

“TUVENILE COURTS ACT

HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Gover- nor in Council has been pleased to order that Order in Council No. 2359, approved September 28th, 1955, be amended by de- leting therefrom the words “at Cassiar, B.C., for the Atlin Electoral District as constituted on the 18th day of June, 1920,” and substituting therefor the words “at Cassiar, for those portions of the Atlin and Fort George Electoral Districts as constituted on the 18th day of June, 1920, which are bounded on the north by the northern boundary of the Province, on the east by the 126th meridian of west longitude, on the south by the S9th paral- lel of north latitude, and on the west by the 130th meridian of west longitude ”:

And that, pursuant to the provisions of section 2 of the “Juvenile Courts Act,” a Juvenile Court be established at Lower Post, B.C., for those portions of the Atlin and Fort George Electoral Districts as constituted on the 18th day of June, 1920, which are bounded on the north by the northern boundary of the Province, on the east by the 126th meridian of west longitude, on the south by the 59th paral- lel of north latitude, and on the west by the 130th meridian of west longitude.

R. W. BONNER, Attorney-General. Attorney-General’s Department, Victoria, B.C., February 27th, 1959. mh5—2027

“SUPREME COURT ACT”

HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Gover- nor in Council has been pleased to order that, under the provisions of the “Su- preme Court Act,” chapter 73 of the “Revised Statutes of British Columbia, 1948,” 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 11 o’clock in the fore- noon, at the places and on the dates as follows:—

1959—Vancouver Bi-monthly Assize

Tuesday, May 5th—Criminal. Tuesday, September 8th,—Criminal. Tuesday, November 3rd—Criminal.

1959—Spring Assize

' Mictaua, Tuesday, March 10th—Crim- inal, Prince Rupert, Tuesday, March 10th— Criminal and Civil. New Westminster, Tuesday, April 7th— Criminal.

Kamloops, Tuesday, April 14th—Crim-

inal and Civil. Vernon, Wednesday,

Criminal and Civil. Cranbrook, Tuesday, May S5th—Crim- inal and Civil. Nelson, Monday, May 11th—Criminal cand Civils 9 Gee ee

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Pouce Coupe, Tuesday, May 12th Criminal and Civil.

Prince George, Tuesday, May 19th Criminal and Civil.

Quesnel, Monday, June 1Ist—Criminal and Civil.

1959—Fall Assize

Nanaimo, Tuesday, September 8th Criminal.

Kamloops, Tuesday, September 15th— Criminal and Civil.

Prince Rupert, Tuesday, 22nd—Criminal and Civil.

Victoria, Tuesday, October 6th—Crim- inal.

Cranbrook, Tuesday, October 20th— Criminal and Civil.

Nelson, Monday, October 19th—Crim- inal and Civil.

Pouce Coupe, Tuesday, October 20th— Criminal and Civil.

Prince George, Monday, October 26th— Criminal and Civil.

Quesnel, Monday, November 9th Criminal and Civil.

Vernon, Monday, Criminal and Civil.

New Westminster, Tuesday, November 17th—Criminal and Civil.

LL. R. PETERSON; Acting Attorney-General.

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September

November 9th

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS

MACKENZIE ELECTORAL DISTRICT

Establishing Road Allowance, Sunshine Coast Highway, near Sechelt

NOTICE is given, pursuant to section 8 of the “Highway Act,” that all that part of Amended Lot 1, Explanatory Plan 4234, and those parts of Lots 2 and 3, Block 1, Plan 2156, District Lot 1331, Group 1, New Westminster District, as shown outlined in red on a plan deposited in the Department of Highways, Victoria, under File 5333 are hereby established as a public highway.

P. A. GAGLARDI, Minister of Highways, Department of Highways, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., February 24th, 1959. eeIS8Se mh5—2036

NOTICE Designating Controlled Access Highway

NOTICE is given, pursuant to section 3 of the “Controlled Access Highways Act,” that, by Order in Council No. 256, ap- proved February 14th, 1959, the follow- ing highway has been designated as a con- trolled access highway :—

The Horseshoe Bay—Squamish High- way, commencing at its intersection with the Upper Levels Highway in District Lot 771, New Westminster District, thence in a northerly direction to Britannia Creek Bridge in District Lot 891, New West- minster District, as shown in part on loca- tion plans numbered 273-1, 273-8, and

273-17. Ro Aw GAGLARDYI, Minister of Highways. Department of Highways, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., February 24th, 1959. File 3449, mh5—2033

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DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS SKEENA ELECTORAL DISTRICT

Classification of Highways, District

of Kitimat

NOTICE is given that, by Order in Council No. 194, approved February 3rd, 1959, pursuant to sections 45 and 46 of the “Highway Act,” the following de- scribed highway within the municipal limits of the Corporation of the District of Kitimat has been classified as an arterial highway, namely:—

Reference No. 277%, Terrace—Kitimat Highway. Terrace—Kitimat Highway, from the northerly boundary of the Dis- trict of Kitimat, thence in a southerly direction to its intersection with Nalabila Boulevard, and having a total length of 4.25 miles, more or less.

P, A. GAGLARDI. Minister of Highways. Department of Highways, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., February 10th, 1959. File 5453-11. mhS5S—2032

REVELSTOKE ELECTORAL DISTRICT

Change in Road Location, Lot 7, Gp. 1, Kootenay District (Revelstoke Bridge Approach).

NOTICE is given that Gazette notice dated January 26th, 1928, and published in the Gazette of the same date, is amended by striking out the words and figures “thence south 24.99 chains” from the ninth line of paragraph (a), and by substituting therefor the words and figures “thence south 0.242 chain,” and also by striking out the words and figures “thence north-easterly 8.943 chains” from the tenth and eleventh lines of the said para- graph (a), and by substituting therefor the words and figures “thence north-easterly 6.943 chains.”

P. A. GAGLARDI, Minister of Highways. Department of Highways, Parliament Buildings,

_ Victoria, B.C., February 24th, 1959. File 1489. mhS5—2030 ee Ee ee ee

COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE ELEC-

TORAL DISTRICT

Establishing Road Allowance through Part of Secs. 15 and 19, Renfrew District in Cowichan Lake District, and Part of Bk. 178, Cowichan Lake District.

NOTICE is given, pursuant to section 8 of the “Highway Act,” that the road allowance in part of Sections 15 and I) Renfrew District in Cowichan Lake Dis- trict, and part of Block 178, Cowichan Lake District, having a width of 33 feet on either side of the following described centre line, is hereby established as a public highway, namely:—

Commencing at a point on the west boundary of Block C, Section Sembilan, 1501, Renfrew District in Cowichan Lake District, said point being S. 19° 37’ B. a distance of 66.75 feet, more or less, from the north-westerly corner of Lot 7 of the said Block C; thence N. 62° 55’ W. 200.00 feet, more or less; thence N. 88° 50’ W. 327.00 feet, more or less; thence

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N. 74° 45’ W. 200.00 feet, more or less; thence N. 54° 16’ W. 800.00 feet, more or less; thence N. 13° 50’ W. 525.00 feet, more or less; thence N. 38° 45’ W. 473.00 feet, more or less; thence N. 11° 24’ W. 134.00 feet, more or less; thence N. 28’ E. 200.00 feet, more or less; thence N. 28° 39’ W. 178.00 feet, more or less: thence N. 77° 59’ W. 300.00 feet, more or less, and having a total length of 0.63 mile, more or less.

_The area so established as a public highway is shown outlined in red on a plan recorded on File 824 in the Provin- fee Department of Highways, Victoria,

P. A. GAGLARDI, Minister of Highways. Department of Highways, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., February 12th, 1959. File 824. mh5—2034

PEACE RIVER ELECTORAL DISTRICT

Establishing Road Allowance in S.E. %4 Seon 5. Up; 81, Re 17; W. of 6th Me

NOTICE is given, pursuant to section 8 of the “Highway Act,” that those por- tions of the South-east Quarter of Section 5, Township 81, Range 17, west of the 6th meridian, Peace River District, lying west of a line drawn parallel to and dis- tant 50 feet easterly, measured perpen- dicularly, from the easterly boundary of the Alaska Highway as shown on Plan A 938 are hereby established as a public highway.

P. A. GAGLARDI, Minister of Highways. Department of Highways, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., February 24th, 1959. File 5697-2. mh5—2039

KAMLOOPS ELECTORAL DISTRICT

Discontinuing and Closing Portion of McNab Road

NOTICE is given, pursuant to section 11 of the Highway Act,” that all that part of the McNab Road within District Lots 3402 and 3403, Kamloops Division of Yale District, and lying to the north of the south boundary of the said District Lot 3402, is hereby discontinued and

closed. P. A. GAGLARDI, Minister of Highways. Department of Highways, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., February 18th, 1959. File 2346. mh5—2035

NORTH OKANAGAN ELECTORAL DISTRICT

Widening Reimer Road and Mac- Donald Road

NOTICE is given, pursuant to section 8 of the “Highway Act,” that the follow- ing described portions of Lot 16, Plan 939, Section 11, Township 8, Osoyoos Division of Yale District, are hereby established as public highways, namely:— (1) All that part of the said Lot 16 lying to the north of a line drawn parallel to and distant 5.00 feet southerly, measured perpendicu- larly, from the north boundary of

the said Lot 16:

(2) All that part of the said Lot 16 lying to the east of a line drawn parallel to and distant 10.00 feet westerly, measured perpendicular- ly, from the east boundary of the said Lot 16.

The areas so established as public high- ways are shown outlined in red on a plan recorded on File 1015 in the Provincial Department of Highways, Victoria, B.C.

P. A. GAGLARDI, Minister of Highways. Department of Highways, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., February 18th, 1959. File 1015. mh5—2037

SIMILKAMEEN ELECTORAL DISTRICT

Discontinuing and Closing Portion of Road Allowance between Lots 148 and 148a, Plan 719, D.L. 103 (S,), S:DiY-D:

NOTICE is given, pursuant to section 11 of the “Highway Act,” that the follow- ing described portion of road allowance between Lots 148 and 148, Plan 719, District Lot 103 (S.), Similkameen Divi- sion of Yale District, is hereby discon- tinued and closed, namely:—

Commencing at a point 7.89 feet in a northerly direction from the south-west- ern corner of Lot 148, Plan 719; thence N. 00’ 15” W. a distance of 25.00 feet; thence east a distance of 63.31 feet; thence S. 68° 27’ W. a distance of 68.06 feet to the point of commencement, and containing an area of 0.018 acre, more or less.

The area so discontinued and closed is shown outlined in red on a plan recorded on File 2070-2 in the Provincial Depart- ment of Highways at Victoria, B.C.

P. A. GAGLARDI, Minister of Highways. Department of Highways, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., February 24th, 1959. File 2070-2. mhS—2031

PEACE RIVER ELECTORAL DISTRICT

Establishing Road Allowance in N.E. %4 Sec. 32, Tp. 25, Peace River District

NOTICE is given, pursuant to section 8 of the “Highway Act,” that those por- tions of the North-east Quarter of Section 32, Township 25, Peace River District, lying east of a line drawn parallel to and distant 50 feet westerly, measured per- pendicularly, from the westerly boundary of the Pouce Coupe—Alberta Boundary Highway and those portions of the said North-east Quarter of Section 32, Town- ship 25, Peace River District, lying west of a line drawn parallel to and distant 50 feet easterly, measured perpendicularly, from the easterly boundary of the Pouce Coupe—Alberta Boundary Highway are hereby established as a public highway.

P. A. GAGLARDI, Minister of Highways. Department of Highways, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., February 24th, 1959, File 1348. mh5—2038

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME

NOTICE is hereby given that an appli- cation will be made to the Director of Vital Statistics for a change of name, pur- suant to the provisions of the Change of Name Act,” by me, Allan Barton, General Delivery, Prince George, in the Province of British Columbia, as follows:—

To change my name from Allan Barton to Kenneth Carson.

Dated this 27th day of February, 1959. mh5—1003 ALLAN BARTON.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME

NOTICE is hereby given that an appli- cation will be made to the Director of Vital Statistics for changes of name, pur- suant to the provisions of the Change of Name Act,” by me, Alexander Michael Prokopowich, of 658 Admirals Road, Vic- toria, in the Province of British Colum- bia, as follows:—

To change my name from Alexander Michael Prokopowich to Alexander Mi- chael Proctor and my wife’s name from Clemence Jeanne Prokopowich to Cle- mence Jeanne Proctor.

Dated this 3rd day of March, 1959. mh5—1010 A. PROKOPOWICH.

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME

THIS is to certify that on the 24th day of February, 1959, at the hour of 2.14 o’clock in the afternoon, the following changes of name were effected under the provisions of the Change of Name Act of British Columbia:—

Name changed from Walter Wolinis.

Name changed to Walter John Wallace.

Domiciled at Suite 304, 2030 Barclay Street, Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia.

Name of wife: Doris Wolinis changed to Doris Wallace.

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 24th day of February, 1959.

itd DOUGHTY, Director of Vital Statistics.

mh5—2028

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME

THIS is to certify that on the 24th day of February, 1959, at the hour of 2.13 o'clock in the afternoon, the following changes of name were effected under the provisions of the Change of Name Act of British Columbia :—

Name changed from Jaswant Singh.

Name changed to Jaswant Berar.

Domiciled at South Shore Road, Lake Cowichan, in the Province of British Columbia.

Name of wife: Sham Kour changed to Sham Kour Berar.

Names of children: Kalwant Kour changed to Kalwant Berar, Amolak Singh changed to Sodi Berar, Bikram Singh changed to Bikram Berar, Sojan Kour changed to Sojan Berar, and Harcharan Kour changed to Harcharn Berar.

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 24th day of February, 1959.

J. H. DOUGHTY,

mhS5—2028 Director of Vital Statistics.

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March Sth, 1959]

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME

NOTICE is hereby given that an appli- cation will be made to the Director of Vital Statistics for changes of names, pur- suant to the provisions of the Change of Name Act,” by me, Erich Wuster, of 4504 West Twelfth Avenue, Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, as follows :—

To change my name from Erich Wuster to Eric Wooster and my wife’s name from Hildegard Henn Wuster to Hildegarde Henn Wooster.

Dated this 26th day of February, 1959. mh5—2135 ERICH WUSTER.

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME

THIS is to certify that on the 24th day of February, 1959, at the hour of 8.44 o’clock in the forenoon, the following change of name was effected under the provisions of the Change of Name Act of British Columbia:—

Name changed from Albinas Ziugzda.

Name changed to Albin Zanda.

Domiciled at 788 Powell Street, Van- couver, in the Province of British Co- lumbia.

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 24th day of February, 1959.

Ve He DOUGEIY. mhS5—2028 Director of Vital Statistics.

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME

THIS is to certify that on the 24th day of February, 1959, at the hour of 8.43 o'clock in the forenoon, the following change of name was effected under the provisions of the ‘““ Change of Name Act of British Columbia :—

Name changed from Fidelis Bachmann.

Name changed to Phillip Fidelis Bach- mann.

Domiciled at 10073 Trans-Canada Highway, North Surrey, in the Province of British Columbia.

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 24th day of February, 1959.

Je oe DOUGHTY: mhS—2028 Director of Vital Statistics.

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME

THIS is to certify that on the 24th day of February, 1959, at the hour of 8.43 o'clock in the forenoon, the following changes of name were effected under the provisions of the Change of Name Act of British Columbia :—

Name changed from George Gordon Bloudoff (known as George Gregory Bloudell).

Name changed to George Gregory Bloudell. :

Domiciled at 224 Howe Street, New Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia.

Name of wife: Anna Florence Bloudoff changed to Anna Florence Bloudell.

Name of child: Raymond James Blou- doff changed to Raymond James Bloudell.

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 24th day of February, 1959.

ied. DOUGHTY,

_mh5—-2028 Director of Vital Statistics.

THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME

NOTICE is hereby given that an appli- cation will be made to the Director of Vital Statistics for a change of name, pur- suant to the provisions of the Change of Name Act,” by me, Donald Ernest Hills, of 470 Johns Avenue, Nanaimo, in the Province of British Columbia, as fol- lows:—

To change my name from Donald Ernest Hills to Donald Ernest Lawton.

Dated this 27th day of February, 1959.

mh5—99 1 DONALD E. HILLS. CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME

THIS is to certify that on the 20th day of February, 1959, at the hour of 4.19 o’clock in the afternoon, the following change of name was effected under the provisions of the Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:—

Name changed from Stephen Wincen- tylo.

Name changed to Stephen Wincent.

Domiciled at 218 Third Avenue, New Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia.

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 23rd day of February, 1959.

JH DOUGH. mh5—2028 Director of Vital Statistics.

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME

THIS is to certify that on the 24th day of February, 1959, at the hour of 8.46 o’clock in the forenoon, the following changes of name were effected under the provisions of the Change of Name Act of British Columbia :—

Name changed from George Samuel Corns (known as Cornes).

Name changed to George Frank Cor- ness.

Domiciled at 2023 Fernwood Road, Victoria, in the Province of British Co- lumbia.

Name of wife: Rose Emma Corns changed to Rose Emma Corness.

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 24th day of February, 1959.

Yo Isl IDO CHENIN. Director of Vital Statistics.

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME

THIS is to certify that on the 24th day of February, 1959, at the hour of 8.44 o'clock in the forenoon, the following changes of name were effected under the provisions of the Change of Name Act of British Columbia:—

Name changed from Stephen Kluch- kowski.

Name changed to Stephen Clarke. Domiciled at 1261 Prairie Road, Port

Coquitlam, in the Province of British Columbia.

Name of wife: Jeanette Eloise Kluch- kowski changed to Jeanette Eloise Clarke.

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 24th day of February, 1959.

mh5—2028

Ja. DOUGHTY,

mh5—2028 Director of Vital Statistics.

817

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME

THIS is to certify that on the 24th day of February, 1959, at the hour of 2.14 o'clock in the afternoon, the following change of name was effected under the provisions of the Change of Name Act” of British Columbia:—

Name changed from Keith Heptinstall.

Name changed to Kenneth Brockle- hurst.

Domiciled at 14173 Sixty-eighth Ave- nue, R.R. 15, North Surrey, in the Proy- ince of British Columbia.

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 24th day of February, 1959.

J. BH. DOUGHTY, mh5—2028 Director of Vital Statistics.

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME

THIS is to certify that on the 24th day of February, 1959, at the hour of 2.13 o’clock in the afternoon, the following change of name was effected under the provisions of the “Change of Name Act of British Columbia:—

Name changed from Abtar Singh.

Name changed to Abtar Berar.

Domiciled at Lake Cowichan, in the Province of British Columbia.

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 24th day of February, 1959.

i, Ek DOUGHTY. Director of Vital Statistics.

mhS—2028

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME

THIS is to certify that on the 24th day of February, 1959, at the hour of 2.10 o'clock in the afternoon, the following change of name was effected under the provisions of the Change of Name Act of British Columbia:—

Name changed from Mary Elizabeth Croft.

Name _ changed Gillis.

Domiciled at 1761 Pendrell Street, Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia.

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 24th day of February, 1959.

to Mary Elizabeth

Je He DOUGHTY: mh5—2028 Director of Vital Statistics.

CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME

THIS is to certify that on the 24th day of February, 1959, at the hour of 2.10 o'clock in the afternoon, the following changes of name were effected under the provisions of the Change of Name Act of British Columbia:—

Name changed from Gerrit Jan Hul- styn.

Name changed to Guy Hulstyn.

Domiciled at 4241 Halley Avenue, South Burnaby, in the Province of British Columbia.

Name of wife: Wilhelmina Johanna Hulstyn changed to Linda Hulstyn.

Given under my hand at Victoria, B.C., this 24th day of February, 1959.

Jo. DOUGHTY,

mh5—2028 Director of Vital Statistics.

818

THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE

[March Sth, 1959

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME

NOTICE is hereby given that an appli- cation will be made to the Director of Vital Statistics for a change of name, pursuant to the provisions of the Change of Name Act,” by me, Margaret Anne Schmidt, of 1143 Munro Street, Victoria, in the Province of British Columbia, as follows :—

To change my name from Margaret Anne Schmidt to Margaret Anne Shaw.

Dated this 25th day of February, 1959.

MARGARET A. SCHMIDT.