March 7, 1910

LIB

Frank Broadstreet Carvell

Liberal

Mr. CARVELL.

All these matters can be argued before the Private Bills Committee.

This is not a new principle by any means in New Brunswick. There are other companies in which this principle isi worked out and in which it has worked very satisfactorily the last 25 or 30 years. The company is mutual and there are no stockholders.

Topic:   THE RESTIGOUCHE LOG DRIVING AND BOOM COAIPANY.
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CON

George Halsey Perley (Whip of the Conservative Party (1867-1942))

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. PERLEY.

To whom will the works belong after the bonds are paid?

Topic:   THE RESTIGOUCHE LOG DRIVING AND BOOM COAIPANY.
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LIB
CON

George Halsey Perley (Whip of the Conservative Party (1867-1942))

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. PERLEY.

But if there are no shareholders, there will be no company.

Topic:   THE RESTIGOUCHE LOG DRIVING AND BOOM COAIPANY.
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LIB

Frank Broadstreet Carvell

Liberal

Mr. CARVELL.

-This Bill provides for persons who have the right to vote and the man who has a certain quantity of lumber in the river has a vote. There are other parties who take the place of shareholders, who can vote and decide what to do with the property at the expiration of the charter.

Topic:   THE RESTIGOUCHE LOG DRIVING AND BOOM COAIPANY.
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Motion agreed to, and Bill read the second time.


CONSIDERED IN COMMITTEE-THIRD READING.


Bill (No. 142) to incorporate the Congregational Union of Canada-Mr. A. Haggurt.


QUESTIONS.

CERTIFICATE OF ARTHUR JOHNSON.

CON

Mr. LANCASTER:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Has Arthur Johnson, of Midland, engineer of the barge ' Reliever' during the season of 1909, a third-class engineer's certificate? If so, what is the date of same?

2. By whom was he examined, on whose report of fitness was same granted, and where was such examination held?

3. What certificates were filed with the department as to service, what was the time of service, the name of tug or vessel, by whom owned, and by whom each certificate was given, respectively?

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   CERTIFICATE OF ARTHUR JOHNSON.
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LIB

Hon. WM. TEMPLEMAN: (Minister of Mines; Minister of Inland Revenue)

Liberal

1. Yes, dated July 30, 1909.

2. Examined by J. Dodds, steamboat inspector at Midland, Ontario, July 1, 1909, and recommended for a certificate, which was approved by the chairman of the

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board of steamboat inspection, and certificate granted.

3. The certificates produced for service, character, ability, and sobriety are as follow :

No. 1, dated Windsor, Ontario, April 3, 1905, as six months second engineer on tug ' Onaping ' in 1893. Signed Thomas Con-rick, first engineer.

No. 2, dated Midland, Ontario, October 12, 1905, as chief engineer on tug ' Mag-anetawan ' in 1895, six months and 24 days. Signed, Paul Dusome, master.

No. 3, dated Midland, April 18, 1905, as chief engineer tug ' Maganetawan ' in 1896, five months and twenty-seven days,. Signed A. W. Clark, master.

No. 4, dated Midland, April 18, 1905, as chief engineer on tug ' Beaver ' in 1899, five months and six days; also as chief engineer on tug ; Clipper,' 1903, eight months and twenty-six days. Signed, George Kinnee, master.

No. 5, dated Midland, 18t.h April, 1905, as chief engineer tug ' D. L. White,' 1900 and 1901, eight months and three days. Signed, William White, master.

No. 6, dated Midland, April 18, 1905, as chief engineer on tug ' Lake,' 1902, seven months and nine days. Signed, John Shuman, dredge captain.

No. 7, dated Midland, 18th April, 1905, as chief engineer on tug ' Clipper,' 1904, four months and four days. Signed, T. E. Cook, master.

No. 8, dated Midland, April 10, 1909, as chief engineer tug * Clipper,' 1905, eight months and fourteen days; also chief engineer tug ' Aubrey C,' season of 1907, nine months and six days. Signed, Manley Chew, owner, Charles Gould, master.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   CERTIFICATE OF ARTHUR JOHNSON.
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CONSERVATION COMMISSION-COMMITTEE ON FISHERIES.

CON

Clarence Jameson

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. JAMESON:

Referring to a question on February 14 last, as to the powers of the Commission for the Conservation of Natural Resources, what are the names, residences and occupations of the Committee on Fisheries, appointed by said commission?

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LIB

Sydney Arthur Fisher (Minister of Agriculture)

Liberal

Hon. SYDNEY FISHER:

Hon. Hugh Armstrong, Winnipeg, Man., Provincial Treasurer of Manitoba.

Hon. Price Ellison, Victoria, B.C., Chief Commissioner of Lands, Forests and Works of British Columbia.

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Thomas Hay

Hon. W. C. H.

Grimmer, Fredericton, N.B., Surveyor General of New Brunswick.

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Hon. A. P.@

Maclean, Halifax, N.S., Attorney General of Nova Scotia.

Dr. Howard Murray, Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., Dean of Dalhousie University.

Hon. Frank Cochrane, Toronto, Ont., Minister of Lands, Forests and Mines of Ontario.'

Topic:   CONSERVATION COMMISSION-COMMITTEE ON FISHERIES.
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ESTIMATE OF POPULATION.


Mr. MAGRATH; In the statement giving the population of Canada in various years, which appears in the hon. Finance Minister's last budget speech, what is the exact method employed to estimate the population since the last census?


LIB

Sydney Arthur Fisher (Minister of Agriculture)

Liberal

Mr. FISHER.

The last census of each province is taken as the datum, to which is added (1) the yearly immigration into each province as reported by the Immigration Office; and (2) the natural increase per 1,000 per annum according to the last sen-sus, table IX of volume IV. The total natural increase in each year is computed from the estimated population of the preceding year.

Topic:   ESTIMATE OF POPULATION.
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March 7, 1910