Government vessels--British Columbia

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Forest Service vessels files and logbooks

  • GR-1451
  • Series
  • 1921-1971

This series contains log books of Forest Service launches "M.V. Salt Mist" and Landing Craft (L.C.) No. 5, as well as materials relating to the construction, maintenance and registration of Forest Service vessels. Although the earliest records date from 1921, some of the vessels had been in Departmental Service as early as 1913. The series alsoincludes a file of 10 b&w photographs of a boat launch and marine station building.

British Columbia. Forest Service

Log books of Forest Service launches

  • GR-1005
  • Series
  • 1932-1977

Log books of Forest Service launches including those of the MV Catherine Graham, Department of Highways Denman Island ferry, prior to her transfer to the Forest Service in 1973.

British Columbia. Forest Service

Records relating to marine resources

  • GR-1118
  • Series
  • 1907-1979

The series contains records of the Dept. of Fisheries (1907-1957), the Commercial Fisheries Branch (1957-1973), and the Marine Resources Branch (1973-1979). These records relate to commercial fisheries, the regulation, development and conservation of marine resources, and the administration of the B.C. Fisheries Act. Included are orders-in-council, copies of correspondence of the Minister and Deputy Minister of the Dept. of Recreation and Conservation and of the Assistant Commissioner of Fisheries, central subject files of the Branch, oyster licence and permit records, annual returns of salmon canning plants and sport-caught fish canneries, a licence receipt book, files relating to motor vessels operated by the Branch, and biological research materials. The subject files contain correspondence relating to the Canadian Council of Resource and Environment Ministers, Federal-Provincial B.C. Fisheries Committee, Strait of Georgia Task Force, the Fishermen Loan Board, the Fisheries Association of British Columbia, the United Fishermen and Allied Workers' Union and the International North Pacific Fisheries Committee.

British Columbia. Marine Resources Branch