February 20, 1905


Mr. MONK-by Mr. Barker-asked : 1. What is the present state of the issue between the Dominion and provincial govern-



meats in regard to jurisdiction over the fishing rights in estuaries of rivers flowing into the sea ?


LIB

Joseph Raymond Fournier Préfontaine (Minister of Marine and Fisheries)

Liberal

Hon. RAYMOND PREFONTAINE (Minister of Marine and Fisheries).

The matter is still in issue between the provinces and the Dominion government.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   JURISDICTION OVER ESTUARY FISHERIES.
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FISHERIES PROTECTION STEAMERS.

CON
LIB

Hon. RAYMOND PREFONTAINE (Minister of Marine and Fisheries) : (Minister of Marine and Fisheries)

Liberal

1. ' La Canadienne,' ' Petrel,' ' Constance,' ' Curlew,' ' Falcon,' ' Brant,' ' Kestrel,' ' Vigilant,' ' Canada,' ' Swan,' ' Georgia,' ' King Fisher,' ' Osprey.'

4. How many months during the year is each vessel in active service ?

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   FISHERIES PROTECTION STEAMERS.
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LIB

Hon. RAYMOND PREFONTAINE (Minister of Marine and Fisheries) : (Minister of Marine and Fisheries)

Liberal

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   FISHERIES PROTECTION STEAMERS.
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OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE STEAMERS.

CON
CON

Frederick Debartzch Monk

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. MONK.

ers, Fleming and Ferguson, Paisley ; age of vessel, 1 year.

3. ' Minto,' Georgetown-Pietou ; winter navigation with mainland.

' Stanley,' Georgetown-Pietou ; winter navigation with mainland.

' Lady Laurier,' Halifax ; lighthouse and buoy service, Nova Scotia agency.

' Lansdowne,' St. John; lighthouse and buoy service, New Brunswick agency.

' Aberdeen,' Quebec ; lighthouse and buoy service, Quebec agency.

' Druid,' Quebec ; lighthouse and buoy service, Quebec agency.

' Quadra,' Victoria ; lighthouse and buoy service, British Columbia agency.

' Montcalm,' Quebec ; ice-breaker-lighthouse and buoy service, Quebec agency in summer.

' Champlain,' River Ouelle ; ferry service, River Ouelle and Murray Bay.

4. Practically the whole year, except when laid up for repairs.

REPAIRS, 1903-1904. Dominion steamers :-

'Aberdeen ' . .. $ 8,829 74' Lansdowne ' . .. 6,030 93' Quadra ' . .. 3,160 78' Stanley '

'Minto' . . . 11.053 59. . . 6,130 88' Druid' . . . 7,079 32' Lady Laurier '.. . ' Constance ' . . . 36,107 62.. 6,134 55' La Canadienne '.. . . . . 4,594 22' Osprey '

' Curlew ' .... 292 87. .. 520 14' Kingfisher ' . .. 445 99' Kestrel ' . . . 2,115 34' Georgia '

' Swan ' . . . 156 39. . 1,418 40

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE STEAMERS.
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FISHERIES PROTECTION SERVICE.


Mr. LEFURGEY-by Mr. Lancaster- asked :


REPAIRS TO GOVERNMENT SHIPS.

CON
LIB

Joseph Raymond Fournier Préfontaine (Minister of Marine and Fisheries)

Liberal

Hon. RAYMOND PREFONTAINE (Minister of Marine and Fisheries) :

Vessel. Monthly Pay-roll (average). Total Wages. Deck and Engine Supplies and Repairs. Provisions, Fuel, Clothing, &c.* La Canadienne '

* Osprey ' $ cts. 616 10 310 17 472 20 554 55 331 94 1,065 59 115 00 173 50 575 26 $ cts. 8,383 22 4,722 08 5,666 50 6,654 50 3,983 32 12,787 12 1,380 00 2,080 00 6,902 96 $ cts. 2,037 44 2,404 14 1,815 27 997 97 1,670 77 4,085 26 1,912 18 422 35 7,093 05 $ cts. 7,598 42 6,158 32 3,734 86 4,000 63 5,048 34 9,153 84 589 63 1,236 90 9,749 78'Curlew'

* Petrel '

* King Fisher *

* Kestrel '

* Swan '

* Georgia \.. .

. . .. * Constance '

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Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   REPAIRS TO GOVERNMENT SHIPS.
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OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE.


Mr. LEFURGEY by Mr. Lancaster- asked : In respect of each of the steamers employed by the government in connection with the ocean and river service, what is, in round numbers, the ordinary weekly or monthly pay-roll ; the total amount paid last year for (a) wages ; (b) for supplies ; (c) for other purposes ?


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Hon. RAYMOND PREFONT AINE@Minister of Marine and Fisheries

Fiscal year 1903-1904. average monthly pay-roll, $7,019.21. (a.) $<84,426.02. (b.) $134,497.07.

(c.) $78,392.86.

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Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE.
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MIMINIGASH BREAKWATER.


Mr. LEFURGEY-by Mr. Lancaster- asked : 1. Is any work being done on Miminigash breakwater for repairs, &c., for 1904 ? 2. How is the work being done ? 3. If by tender, who were the tenderers, and what was the figure of each tender ? 4. To whom was the contract given ?


February 20, 1905