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Cariboo Region (B.C.) Series
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Women's Institute. Hixon Women's Institute.

Minute books, 1936-1976; cash books, 1936-1963; membership book, 1936-1958. The institute was originally known as the Woodpecker and United Districts Women's Institute, from September 1955 as the Woodpecker-Hixon Women's Institute, and from 1963 as the Hixon Women's Institute.

Copied from originals loaned to PABC by Barbara Spencer, Hixon, 1982.

Hixon Women's Institute

Williams Lake Supreme Court cause books

  • GR-1794
  • Series
  • 1928-1960

Cause books (indexed) 1928-1960. The volumes also include criminal cases, 1928-1952.

British Columbia. Supreme Court (Williams Lake)

Williams Lake Small Debts Court index

  • GR-1798
  • Series
  • 1964-1966

Index by case number for cases 1/1964 522/1966. Includes case numbers plus names of both plaintiffs and defendants.

British Columbia. Small Debts Court (Williams Lake)

Williams Lake County Court plaint and procedure books

  • GR-1793
  • Series
  • 1939-1961

Plaint and procedure books (indexed) for civil and criminal cases. Criminal cases are included in these volumes, but are not entered as part of the regular numbering system when they occur. The following information is given for criminal cases: case number; name of defendant; name of solicitor; nature of the charge; and date.

British Columbia. County Court (Williams Lake)

Williams Lake County Court civil case files

  • GR-2389
  • Series
  • 1921-1947

Civil case files with the exception of probate/estate files (GR-2462) which have been removed from this series and filed separately.

British Columbia. County Court (Williams Lake)

Western Canadian Ranching Company records

The Western Canadian Ranching Company (WCRC) was incorporated in England to acquire, develop and manage ranches throughout the Province of British Columbia, Canada, and the United States. The WCRC was registered in British Columbia as an extra-provincial company on Jan. 3, 1898. Ranches under its management included the Harper Ranch near Kamloops, the Gang Ranch and the Perry Ranch, near Ashcroft. Throughout its existence, the company maintained its head office in England with a branch office in Victoria. The British Columbia Land and Investment Agency served as its financial agent. The WCRC wound up its business in the 1950s. Fonds consists of correspondence and miscellaneous bills, photographs, maps and the transcript of a court case. The correspondence documents operations of the ranches and the administrative and financial relationships between the head office, the Victoria office and the various operational centres. Series 6 documents the background to the acquisition of the Harper Ranch. Series 9 consists of City of Victoria Archives accession 98401-22: research notes and copies made by City of Victoria Archives staff and volunteers.

Western Canadian Ranching Company

Wellington Delaney Moses records

Account book, 1873-1887; cash books (2) 1878-1887, 1885-1889; daybook, 1873-1876; diaries (3) 1869, 1875, 1881; single volume transcript of 1865, 1874, 1876 diary; miscellaneous accounts, receipts, etc. produced by Wellington D. Moses, the Black barber of Barkerville.

Water rights record book

  • GR-1123
  • Series
  • 1897-1918

Record book of grants of water rights pursuant to the Mining Act (1896), issued in 1897. Many grants carry notes of cancellation by the Board of Investigation, dated 1918. Includes a nominal index.

British Columbia. Gold Commissioner (Cariboo)

Vernon Llewellyn Denton records

Correspondence relating mainly to Simon Fraser and an atlas produced by Denton; notes and a typed manuscript relating to Simon Fraser, plus several copies of Fraser's 1806 and 1808 journals and letters 1806-1807. There are notes on the fur trade, early Vancouver Island, the Cariboo gold rush, Sir James Douglas, confederation and the Canadian Pacific Railway; and on Louis Riel and the Metis rebellions.

Denton, Vernon

University of British Columbia. Special Collections Division.

Report on the Oscar Henry Solibakke papers project submitted to the library of the University of British Columbia Special Collections Division and the British Columbia Heritage Trust Student Employment Programme. Prepared by Logan W. Hovis. Contains an inventory of the O.H. Solibakke papers held at Special Collections.

Presented by UBC . Special Collections Division, 1983.

University of British Columbia. Library. Special Collections Division

Township register

  • GR-2593
  • Series
  • 1913-1956

Cariboo Land District, Township register, Tp 21, 39-42, superceded 1956 (i.e. no further entries were made after 1956). The registers list land in numerical order by Sections within Townships and record the alienation of land from the Crown (by purchase, pre-emption, lease, etc.): information may include the name of the purchaser, dates and numbers of certificates issued (including Crown Grants), dates and amounts of payments, and reference numbers to correspondence files and field books. There is an alphabetical name index in each volume.

British Columbia. Dept. of Lands

Timber inventory in the oil pipeline right-of-way

  • GR-1247
  • Series
  • 1952

This series contains an inventory of the mature and immature timber on Crown Land within the confines of the Trans-Mountain Oil Pipe Line Company right-of-way prepared by C.D. Schultz and Co. for Canadian Bechtel Ltd. and submitted to the District Forester, Fort George. Internal evidence suggests that there were originally at least nine more folios to this report.

British Columbia. Fort George Forest District

Timber inventory in the gas pipeline right-of-way

  • GR-1246
  • Series
  • 1956-1957

This series contains an inventory of merchantable and immature timber on Crown Land within the confines of the West Coast Transmission Co. Ltd. gas pipeline right-of-way by C.D. Schultz and Co. for Canadian Bechtel Ltd. submitted to the District Forester, Prince George.

British Columbia. Prince George Forest District (1953-1978)

Timber cruiser reports

  • GR-0180
  • Series
  • 1912-1914

The series consists of Forest Branch records created between 1912 and 1914. The series contains timber cruiser reports by W.J. Kelly on diverse tracts, including holdings of the Lillooet and Cariboo Land Company, Ltd. Reports include numerous photographs and maps.

British Columbia. Forest Branch

Surveying diaries and notes

The series consists of Henry Fry's diaries of surveys in 1885, 1887 and 1889; field notes of surveys carried out mainly on Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands and the Cariboo; and field notes of surveys on various mineral claims and fractional mineral claims carried out on Vancouver Island 1885-1911. The series also contains some field notes of surveys carried out by W. Ralph 1886, M. Boyd 1904-1905, J.B. Green 1908, and R.C. Mainguy 1910, 1919 and 1923.

Supreme Court criminal calendars

  • GR-3486
  • Series
  • 1973-1974

The series consists of one volume of the Supreme Court criminal case calendar. The records typically provide the name of the prisoner(s), the court date, name of the judge, plea, verdict, sentence and date of verdict and sentencing.

British Columbia. Supreme Court (Quesnel)

Summonses and other material

  • GR-2528
  • Series
  • 1864-1871

Miscellaneous court documents, civil and criminal, at all court levels. Includes summonses, exhibits, warrants, orders, affidavits and sheriff forms, from Barkerville, Quesnel, Soda Creek, Richfield and Lytton.

British Columbia (Colony). County Court (Cariboo West)

Stevenson, John, 1844 -. Barkerville; Sheriff, Assessor, Collector, Returning Officer, Stipendiary Magistrate.

Series consists of diaries kept for the years 1888 and 1901 covering the details behind organizing the Cariboo district election of 1888 from the original proclamation to the results and expenses accountability. Also included are entries to his duties as an assessor, collector, sheriff, stipendiary magistrate and returning officer for the district, together with local notes, weather reports and personal items.

Loaned for microfilming by Henry D. Windt, Terrace.

Stanley Hotel Daybooks

Stanley Hotel Daybooks. Daybook A, June 24, 1880 - February 7, 1881 (pages 40-41 blank); Daybook C, April 26, 1881 - February 26, 1882 (pagination error: numbering skips pages 10-15); Daybook D, February 26, 1882 - November 10, 1883, includes minutes, accounts, etc. of Perseverance Mining Company, Lightning Creek. Also contains daybook entries for John Boyd's Cottonwood House, November 8, 1890 - April 4, 1891.

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