February 22, 1901

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The MINISTER OF MARINE AND FISHERIES.

My hon. friend must not imagine that I am animated by such unI worthy motives. Nothing but the highest

motives directed us to ask this money from the representatives of the people, and political motives had nothing to do with it.

To meet expenses in connection with the superintendent of insurance service, including $2,300 to A. K. Blakadar, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act $9,300

Topic:   SUPPLY-THE BUDGET-INQUIRY.
Subtopic:   J. F. FRASER.
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The MINISTER OE FINANCE.

This is the usual appropriation for the insurance branch of the Finance Department. The appropriation covers the statutory increase of $50, and an increase of $150 in the case of one officer whose services are appreciated. All these expenses are only a nominal charge on the Dominion, as they are entirely repaid from levies made, under the Insurance Act, on insurance companies.

Topic:   SUPPLY-THE BUDGET-INQUIRY.
Subtopic:   J. F. FRASER.
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John William Bell

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. BELL (Pietou).

Is the $200 increase to Mr. Blakadar ?

Topic:   SUPPLY-THE BUDGET-INQUIRY.
Subtopic:   J. F. FRASER.
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The MINISTER OF FINANCE.

Yes, $150 above the usual statutory increase.

Some resolutions reported.

On motion of the Minister of Finance, House adjourned at 10.25 p.m.

Monday, February 25, 1901.

Topic:   SUPPLY-THE BUDGET-INQUIRY.
Subtopic:   J. F. FRASER.
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February 22, 1901