File F02 - Aerial Photographs 1969

Flight Path Legend Map 1969 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-029 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-030 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-031 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-032 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-033 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-034 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-035 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-036 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-037 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-038 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-039 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-040 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-041 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-042 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-043 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-044 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-045 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-046 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-047 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-048 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-049 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-050 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-051 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-052 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-053 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-054 Flight Path #1 - BC5325-055 Flight Path #2 - BC5325-112 Flight Path #2 - BC5325-113
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Aerial Photographs 1969

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CA CCOQ F17-S10-SS01-F02

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  • 1969 (Creation)
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    British Columbia. Dept. of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources

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186 photographs : b&w ; 23 x 23 cm
1 map : 17 x 23 cm

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(1908-1975)

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The Dept. of Lands, Forests and Water Resources was established in 1908 under its first name, the Dept. of Lands (Department of Lands Act, SBC 1908, c. 31). Before 1908 the agencies responsible for the functions of the Dept. of Lands, Forests and Water resources were: (1) the Dept. of Lands and Works (Crown lands management, sales, pre-emptions and leases, lands surveying and mapping, timber inspection, forest protection and log scaling), and (2) the Dept. of Mines (water rights in regards to mining operations). The Dept. of Lands, headed by the Chief Commissioner of Lands, was given responsibility for public lands and water rights, and all matters connected therewith. (SBC 1908, c. 31, s. 5). These responsibilities included: (1) the management of all public lands, as per the Land Act, (RSBC 1897, c. 113); (2) administration of water rights, as per the Water Clauses Consolidation Act, (RSBC 1897, c. 191) [in 1892 by means of the Water Privileges Act (SBC 1892, c. 47), the government had reserved to itself the right to manage all water resources in the province that were unreserved and un-appropriated as of April 23, 1892]; and (3) land settlement programs for returned soldiers. In 1909, the enactment of the Water Act (SBC 1909, c. 48) resulted in the creation of the Water Rights Branch of the Dept. of Lands, under the management of the Chief Water Commissioner (re-named Comptroller of Water Rights in 1912). This legislation also resulted in the creation of Water Districts under the management of District Engineers, who would be responsible for management in the field of the Branchs responsibilities. In 1911, the Timber Department, including Timber Inspectors, forest protection services and log scaling operations, was transferred from the Dept. of Public Works to the Dept. of Lands. In 1912, the management of timber resources was formally added to the departments responsibilities with the enactment of the Forest Act (SBC 1912, c. 17). To accommodate these new responsibilities, the Forest Branch, under the Chief Forester, was created in the Dept. of Lands. In 1945, the Dept. of Lands was renamed the Dept. of Lands and Forests (Department of Lands Act Amendment Act, SBC 1945, c. 45). At this time, the department was reorganized into two branches, the Lands Service and the Forests Service. In 1962, the Dept. of Lands and Forests was renamed the Dept. of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources (Department of Lands and Forests Act Amendment Act, SBC 1962, c. 22). At this time, the department was reorganized into three branches, the B.C. Lands Service, the B.C. Forest Service, and the B.C. Water Resources Service. On December 23, 1975, the Dept. of Lands, Forests and Water Resources ceased to exist. The government established two new agencies, the Dept. of Forests and the Dept. of Environment, to replace it (OIC 3838/75). All activities associated with the forestry function were transferred to the Dept. of Forests (OIC 3849/75, 3868/75). With one minor exception, the remaining functions of the Dept. of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources were transferred to the Dept. of Environment (OIC 3843/75, 3844/75, 3846/75, 3852/75). In 1976, these organizational changes were reiterated in legislation (SBC 1976, c. 18)

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The file consists of aerial photographs of the Coquitlam area organized by flight path.

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The photographs have been arranged according to the flight path number indicated on the photographs. The numbers correspond to the flight path map (see: http://searcharchives.coquitlam.ca/index.php/flight-path-legend-map-1969)

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