July 27, 1911

QUESTIONS.


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)


AMERICAN WAR VESSELS PASSING THROUGH CANADIAN CANALS.

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Mr. MACDONNELL:

1. Has the government received a request from Washington to permit the ' Dubuque,' an American war vessel, to pass through the Canadian canals? If so when, and what is her armament?

2. Has the government permitted any United States war vessel to pass through the Canadian canals since the r Dubuque ' ?

3. Has the Canadian government observed the provisions of the Rush-Bagot Convention, and is Canada, at the present time, adhering to such Convention?

i. In what respects, having regard to number, size, speed, armament and crews of vessels, is the United States government at the present time, not adhering to the said convention ?

5. Has the United States, on all occasions, had the consent of the Canadian or British government in its departures from the said convention ?

6. Has the government considered the desirability of negotiating with Washington for the purpose of securing a permanent treaty, because of the fact that the Rush-Bagot Con-

vention is terminable on six months' notice by either country, and thereby avoid the risk of the abrogation of the agreement?

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Subtopic:   AMERICAN WAR VESSELS PASSING THROUGH CANADIAN CANALS.
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LIB

Sir WILFRID LAURIER: (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council)

Liberal

1. The government received a request to allow the steamer ' Dubuque ' to pass up through the canals. It was permitted, the steamer ' Nashville ' being taken down out of the lakes.

2. No.

3. Yes.

4. 5, and 6. The matter is under consideration.

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Subtopic:   AMERICAN WAR VESSELS PASSING THROUGH CANADIAN CANALS.
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INQUIRY RE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE, POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

LIB

Mr. EDWARDS:

Liberal

1. What was the revenue and expenditure

of the Post Office Department for each year from 1900 to 1911? .

2. When and where was the free rural mail delivery route established in Canada?

3. In how many counties are there free rural mail delivery routes, and how many miles of such routes in each county?

4. What is the extra cost to the Post Office Department because of the establishment of said routes?

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LIB

Rodolphe Lemieux (Postmaster General)

Liberal

Mr. LEMIEUX.

I would ask my hon. friend from Frontenac (Mr. Edwards) to move for a return in regard to this question.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   INQUIRY RE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE, POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT.
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SUB-TARGET GUNS.

CON

Richard Blain

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. BLAIN:

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How many sub-4:arget guns have been purchased by the government, from whom were they purchased, and what was the price paid?

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Subtopic:   SUB-TARGET GUNS.
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LIB

Frederick William Borden (Minister of Militia and Defence)

Liberal

Sir FREDERICK BORDEN.

I would say to my hon. friend that this question was fully answered in the month of May, and the answer will be found at page 8752 of the unrevised Hansard'. There have been no purchases of sub-target guns since then, and the situation to-day is exactly as it was at that date.

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Subtopic:   SUB-TARGET GUNS.
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CENSUS ENUMERATORS IN PEEL COUNTY.

CON

Richard Blain

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. BLAIN:

How many census enumerators were appointed in Peel county, what is the name and post office address of each, and on whose recommendation were they appointed?

1. 39.

2. The names and post office addresses of census enumerators in the county of Peel are:-

Albion Township-*

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   CENSUS ENUMERATORS IN PEEL COUNTY.
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William T.

Wellwood, Macville, Ont.

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Subtopic:   CENSUS ENUMERATORS IN PEEL COUNTY.
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John F.

Horan, Lockton, Ont.

Geo. Mackenzie, Bolton, Ont.

Samuel Jefferson, Palgrave, Ont.

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Subtopic:   CENSUS ENUMERATORS IN PEEL COUNTY.
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CON

Angus Claude Macdonell

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. MACDONELL.

W. H. Monkman, Castlederg, Ont.

J. H. Rutherford, Caledon East, Ont,

James Killeen, Sleswick, Ont.

Caledon Township-

James Davidson, Belfountain, Ont.

Jas, F. MacDonald, Inglewood, Ont.

R. W. Burrell, Caledon East, Ont.

John Heard, Star, Ont.

Daniel McArthur, Caledon, Ont.

Richard Hawkins, Alton, Ont.

David Smith, Belfountain, Ont.

A. N. Adams, Melville Cross, Ont. Chinguaeousy Township-

Fred Sinclair, Brampton. Ont.

David H, Cation, Mayfield, Ont.

William Bowels, Sandhill, Ont.

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Subtopic:   CENSUS ENUMERATORS IN PEEL COUNTY.
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John C.

McClure, Brampton, Ont. (Box 368).

H. A. Dolson, Alloa, Ont.

John McQuarrie, Cheltenham, Ont.

James Laidlaw, Snelgrove, Ont.

Archibald McGregor, Claude, Ont. Toronto Township- [DOT]

John Craigie, Port Credit, Ont.

Percy Adamson, Streetsville, Ont.

A. E. Tolman, Cooksville, Ont.

Thomas Allison, Burnhamthorpe, Ont.

Wismer Hall, Churchville, Ont.

P. G. Dunton, Britannia, Ont.

John McIntosh, Hanlan, Ont.

Henry Milner, Malton, Ont.

Wm. Shook, Clarkson, Ont.

Toronto Gore Township-

John O'Reilly, Crahamsville Humber.

J. Harrison, Castlemore.

Brampton-

M. Treadgold, Brampton.

Fred Early, Brampton.

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Subtopic:   CENSUS ENUMERATORS IN PEEL COUNTY.
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Charles R.

Findley, Brampton.

Bolton-

D. B. Kennedy, Bolton.

Streetsville-

C. H. Falconer, Streetsville.

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Subtopic:   CENSUS ENUMERATORS IN PEEL COUNTY.
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POST OFFICE-STE. MARIE DIVISION.

CON

Frederick Debartzch Monk

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. MONK:

I. Has the site of the new post office in the Ste. Marie division of the city o.f Montreal been found defective, the soil being unsuitable on account of the alleged presence of springs, to sunport the intended building?

2. Have these defects been pointed out tj the government? If so, by whom?

3. What measures will be taken under the circumstances ?

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   POST OFFICE-STE. MARIE DIVISION.
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July 27, 1911