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British Columbia. Forest Service Forests and forestry--British Columbia
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Forest Museum records

  • GR-1229
  • Series
  • 1932-1979

This series contains miscellaneous records comprising visitors books, logs, manuals and circularized reports which were part of the BCFS Museum collection prior to January 1981. It includes visitors' books for mountain lookouts, 1938-1962; Forest Surveys Division manuals, 1954-1955; safety and training manuals; papers of the Inter-divisional Work Committee or Forest Inventory Projects, 1955-1959; synoptic reports of the Royal Commission on Forest Resources, 1955-1957; miscellaneous minutes on silviculture, reforestation and range management.

British Columbia. Forest Service

Royal Commission on Forest Resources (1955-1957)

  • GR-1279
  • Series
  • 1955

This series contains the "Report to the Royal Commission on Forests and Forestry: The Background to Stand Treatment Policies in the Northern Interior." The report is illustrated with pasted-in photographs.

British Columbia. Forest Service

Forest Service ledger

  • GR-1662
  • Series
  • 1946-1960

This series consists of a "Forest Management Licences Management Record" ledger containing records of licences and cutting permits issued including: permit or licence number, name of licencee, dates of advertisement, approval and expiry, location, timber marks, transfers and renewals. Also, the series contains an example of the form in which applications for cutting permits were to be made to the department.

British Columbia. Forest Service

Timber leases

  • GR-3099
  • Series
  • 1872-1936

Original timber leases, renewals, cancelled and surrendered wood pulp leases.

British Columbia. Forest Service

Forest Service district invoices

  • GR-3181
  • Series
  • Microfilmed 1953 (originally created 1914-1952)

The series consists of invoices for building rentals, timber mark hammer purchases, and other items for forest districts handled by the central records office of the Forest Branch and later the Forest Service in Victoria. Records are arranged by forest district and then by invoice number. Invoices numbers are assigned chronologically. The records include: Kamloops (number 1 to 400, 1921-1931); Victoria (number 1 to 4400, 1914-1951); Vernon (number 1 to 155, 1921-1925); Cranbrook (number 1 to 39, 1921-1926); Nelson (number 1 to 2399, 1921-1951); Prince George (number 1 to 1300, 1921-1926); Prince Rupert (number 1 to 2800, 1918-1951), Williams Lake (number 1 to 81, 1920-1932) and Vancouver (numbers 1001 to 2000 and 4001 to 16442, 1929-1952).

British Columbia. Forest Branch