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The third major cog in British Columbia’s psychiatric apparatus was the Provincial Mental Home, Colquitz, which opened its doors in 1919 and functioned until 1964 as a containment facility for men who were considered ‘criminally insane,’ or who were characterized as either too dangerous to house in the mainland psychiatric institutions, or too disordered to be interned in the federal or provincial prison systems. At it's peak it held over 300 inmates.