April 26, 1917

QUESTIONS.


Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.


INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES ACT.

LIB

Mr. J. J. HUGHES:

Liberal

1. Was an application made by representatives of the United Mines 'Workmen of Nova Scotia asking for a Board under the Industrial Disputes Investigation Act?

2. If so, what was the date of its receipt?

3. Was a Board granted?

4. If not, what was the reason of its refusal?

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Subtopic:   INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES ACT.
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CON

Mr. CROTHERS: (Minister of Labour)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Yes.

2. March 10, 1917.

3. No.

4. The practice of the department in such cases was followed.

S. A. ARMSTRONG.

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Subtopic:   INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES ACT.
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LIB

Mr. MURPHY:

Liberal

1. What position does Mr. S. A. Armstrong occupy with the Military Hospitals Commission?

2. What are his duties and salary?

3. Is Mr. Armstrong also the Assistant Provincial Secretary of Ontario?

4. If so, does his salary in the latter capacity continue while he is employed by the Military Hospitals Commission?

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Subtopic:   INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES ACT.
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CON

Sir THOMAS WHITE: (Minister of Finance and Receiver General)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Director.

2. As set forth in the attached copy of Order in Council, P.C. No. 3412, dated 19th December, 1916.

3. Mr. Armstrong was loaned by the Provincial Government to the Commission.

4. No. ,

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AID TO SHIPBUILDING.

LIB

Edward Mortimer Macdonald

Liberal

Mr. MACDONALD:

Is it the intention of the Government to propose the granting of any bonus or aid to shipbuilding in Canada?

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Subtopic:   AID TO SHIPBUILDING.
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CON

William Thomas White (Minister of Finance and Receiver General)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Sir THOMAS WHITE:

The Government has under consideration the question of the best mode of aiding the extension of shipbuilding in Canada.

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Subtopic:   AID TO SHIPBUILDING.
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REPATRIATION OP CANADIANS.

CON

Eugène Paquet

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. PAQUET:

How many Canadians have been repatriated from the United States during the fiscal years 1913-14, 1914-15, 1915-16, 1916-17?

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Subtopic:   REPATRIATION OP CANADIANS.
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LIB

William Roche

Liberal

Mr. ROCHE:

1913-14, 17,638; 1914-15

18,011; 1915-16, 11,084; 1916-17, 10,246.

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EXAMINATION OP IMMIGRANTS.

CON

Mr. PAQUET:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. In what seaports are immigrants examined?

2. How many medical inspectors are there in each port, and what are their names and salaries?

3. How many medical inspectors are there on the United States border line?

4. Where do their inspections take place?

5. How many immigration hospitals are there in Canada, and where are they situated?

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LIB

Mr. ROCHE:

Liberal

1. Halifax, North Sydney, Sydney, Louis-burg, St. John, Quebec, Montreal, Victoria, Vancouver, Prince Rupert, New York and Portland, Me.

2. Halifax, Dr. Edgar Douglas, $1,200, enlisted; Dr. F. A. R. Gow, $1,800, enlisted; Dr. John Rankine, $1,200, enlisted; Dr. A. McD. Morton, $1,200. St. John, N.B., Dr. W. L. Ellis, $1,600. Quebec, Dr. J. D. Page, $3,500; Dr. E. Nadeau, $2,400; Dr. H. Laurin, $2,000. Montreal, Dr. D. Gurd, $1,500; Dr. Geo. E. Beauchamp, $1,500, enlisted. North Sydney, Dr. M. T. Mae-Lean, $1,000. Prince Rupert, Dr. N. M. McNeil, $1,500, enlisted. Victoria, Dr. G. L. Milne, $2,000; Dr. H. B. Rogers, $1,500, enlisted. Vancouver, Dr. A. S. Monro, $1,500. New York, Dr. R. T. Rutherford, $3,000, enlisted. Portland, Me., Dr. Geo. Elliott, $3,000.

3. None.

4. Where a border inspector considers medical advice necessary he may engage a local doctor, except in the case of ports contiguous to Montreal, when he accompanies the applicant for admission to Montreal and has applicant examined by departmental medical inspector.

5. Seven: Victoria, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Montreal, Quebec, St. John and Halifax.

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IMMIGRATION IN 1916-17.

CON

Mr. PAQUET:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. How many immigrants were admitted into Canada during the fiscal year 1916-17?

2. How many immigrants did we get from the United Kingdom in the last fiscal year?

3. How many came from continental Europe during the last fiscal year?

4. How many from the United States?

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Subtopic:   IMMIGRATION IN 1916-17.
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LIB

DEPORTATION AND REJECTION OF IMMIGRANTS.

April 26, 1917