Series consists of correspondence and reports to the Board of Trustees and the Standing Committees from Special Committees. Included in volumes 1, 2, and 3 are reports of the Municipal Inspector of Schools, and the Superintendents of Buildings and Grounds.
Series consists of correspondence and reports on a variety of subjects from the offices of the Superintendent of Schools, the Assistant Superintendent, and the Secretary (subsequently renamed Secretary- Treasurer). Arranged chronologically. Within these chronological divisions, there is no apparent order among the files dating from 1936- 1951; files dating from 1952 to 1963 are arranged alphabetically by file title.
Vancouver School Board. Office of the Superintendent
Series consists of three subseries, all of which are now discontinued (see related records note below): Civic grants administration files, 62 cm, 1969-1985; Civic grants case files, 26 cm, 1970-1977; and Social service grants data cards, 9 cm, 1971-1986. The series relates to the Social Planning Department's function as the City's administrator in the allocation of social, cultural, recreational, and other grants to local organizations. The administration files are primarily compilations of data on the various applications by grant type, the case files are by organization (some of the more significant grant applications have been retained), and the social services grants data cards give grant figures for consecutive years by organization. The first two subseries are arranged by file title.
Series consists of the records of a charity society which preceded the work of the City. It was first called the Friendly Aid Society (1895-1902), then renamed the Friendly Help Society (1906-1908), and subsequently called the Associated Charities of Vancouver (1909-1915). Records are primarily minutes and case books. Arranged chronologically.
Series consists of minutes of the meetings of the Board, individual notices of appeal, and the occasional annual report of the Board, all relating to Zoning By-law exception rulings (overruling decisions of city officials and bodies). The minutes record the Board's decisions on each appeal. The attached notices of appeal record the location of the property, name of appellant, his or her address, nature of the appeal, and the decision of the Board. Arranged chronologically.
Series consists of minute books, correspondence letter books, annual reports, financial statements and general administration files documenting a wide range of library-related activities. Also included are reminiscences of early library, information on early library history, library by-laws (1929-1956), contracts regarding Carnegie Library, and monthly book reports about lending statistics from 1911 to 1920. Arranged by records form (minutes, correspondence, reports), and chronologically within each division.
Series contains records pertaining to the committal of infants and children to the care of the Children's Aid Society and the Catholic Children's Aid Archdiocese of Vancouver, including committal orders issued by the Family Court of the City of Vancouver and two bound volumes recording committal orders. Series also contains administrative files of the Children's Aid Society; commital orders by courts in various jurisdictions in B.C. to the Superintendent of Child Welfare; and case files of the Alexandra Non-sectarian Orphanage and Children's Home.
Vancouver (B.C.). Welfare and Rehabilitation Department
Series consists of the Director's administrative and operational subject files, primarily subject files on general issues, such as "Medical indigents" or specific service institutions such as "Single Women's Hostel". Records are primarily correspondence and reports. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Vancouver (B.C.). Welfare and Rehabilitation Department
Series consists of three volumes which list the names of the persons ordered by the Vancouver Police Court to make payments for the support of a wife and/or children. The volumes also record the date and the amount of payments received by the court to be distributed. Arranged chronologically.
Series consists of police court calendars which list summary offence cases tried in Vancouver Police Court, and indexes to the calendars. Calendars contain the court date, the name of the accused, the charge, the plea, the verdict, and the penalty. Volumes are arranged chronologically, and are indexed by the name of the accused. Indexes are individual volumes, and are listed after the calendars to which they relate. There are no indexes for calendars dating from November 18, 1934 to July 31, 1939.
Series consists of police court calendars which list traffic violation cases tried in Vancouver Police Court. Calendars contain the court date, the name of the accused, the charge, the plea, the verdict, and the punishment. Volumes are arranged chronologically and are indexed by name of the accused. Indexes are individual volumes, and are listed after the calendars to which they relate. Arranged chronologically.
Series consists of police court calendars which list indictable offence cases tried in Vancouver Police Court, and indexes to the calendars. Calendars contain the court date, the name of the accused, the charge, the plea, the verdict, and the penalty. Volumes are arranged chronologically and are indexed by name of the accused. Indexes are individual volumes, and are listed after the calendars to which they relate.
Series consists of volumes containing a listing of bookings for the various facilities within the Queen Elizabeth Theatre complex, including the Queen Elizabeth Theatre and the Queen Elizabeth Playhouse. Each ledger entry denotes the event, the licensee, the date and times. Arranged in chronological order.
Series consists of court calendars which list all cases tried in Vancouver Police Court, and indexes to the calendars. Information consists of the date of court appearance, the name of the accused, the charge, the plea, and the punishment. Volumes for the years 1889-1895 are arranged chronologically and are indexed by name of the accused. The indexes appear either within the calendars to which they pertain, or as individual volumes. As of May 20, 1929, calendars were created according to the nature of the offence - indictable or summary.
Series consists of police information bulletins which were issued daily by the Police Department. The primary purpose of these bulletins was to alert police officers to potential problems in the city. Arranged chronologically.
Series consists of correspondence, minutes, financial statements and reports. Included are specific files for the construction of the Playhouse and restoration of The Orpheum. Minutes and Manager's reports have been separated out from 1955 to 1968. Minutes and reports for later years are held in Vancouver Civic Auditorium Board files. There is no discernible order among the files.
Series consists of correspondence from the Chief Constable's office to the City License Inspector, and records police investigations of prostitution in rooming houses, criminal records of various applicants for business licenses, and liquor by-law infractions in restaurants and cabarets. Arranged chronologically, and alphabetically by name of person, business, or street.
Vancouver Police Department. Office of the Chief of Police
This series consists of minutes of the Wife Assault Coordination Project Steering Committee, minutes of the Spousal Assault Policy Review Committee, and copies of reports and newsletters addressing the issue of wife assault.
Vancouver Police Department. Wife Assault Coordination Project
Series contains incident reports of special constables hired during the waterfront strike and subsequent disturbances in Vancouver in 1935. The reports pertain mainly to arrests made during these events. Series also contains special constables' time sheets, showing hours worked daily by individual constables.
Series consists of annual reports of accounts for the Corporation of Point Grey and the Board of School Trustees, submitted to the Reeve and Council, and maintained by the Clerk to the Municipal Council.
Series consists of annual reports of accounts for the Corporation of Point Grey, submitted to the Reeve and Council and maintained by the Clerk to the Municipal Council. There are no annual reports for 1910 and 1915, Arranged chronologically.
Series consists of annual reports submitted by the Municipal Engineer to the Reeve and Council and which were maintained by the Board of Works (no annual report for 1923). Includes data on trees planted along 49th Avenue. Arranged chronologically.