June 2, 1920

OF THE DEBATES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA FOURTH SESSION-THIRTEENTH PARLIAMENT 10-11 GEORGE V, 1920 IN FIVE VOLUMES

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Volume I:

Pages 1-1034 Volume II: Pages 1035-2002

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Volume III:

Pages 2003-3078 Volume IV: Pages 3079-4017

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Volume V:

Pages 4019-4591

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VOLUME CXLIV


COMPRISING} THE PERIOD PROM THE SECOND DAY OP JUNE TO THE TWENTY-SECOND DAY OP JUNE, 1920, INCLUSIVE. [DOT]


THOMAS MULVEY

PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY


V 1920


CA N" A. DA


House of Commons Hcfaates



Wednesday, June 2, 1920.


RETURNS TABLED.


Number of persons employed in the Department of the Interior.-Hon. Mr. Sifton. Number of dismissals from the Civil Service made in the cities of the Dominion since first January, 1915.-Hon. Mr. Sifton.


QUESTIONS.


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)


PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS-COST OF SCAFFOLDING.

L LIB

Mr. BROUILLARD:

Laurier Liberal

1. Including the amount paid for the labour and the materials that entered into its construction, and the removal, what was the total cost of the scaffolding erected along the entire front of the old Parliament Building in April, May and June, 1916, prior to taking down the walls and tower?

2. Does the total cost of the said scaffolding

form part of the cost of the new Parliament Building?

3. What became of the lumber of which the said scaffolding was built?

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS-COST OF SCAFFOLDING.
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UNION

Hon. Mr. REID: (Minister of Public Works; Minister of Railways and Canals)

Unionist

1. Lumber, $4,241.84; bolts and nails, $512.45; labour, $5,199.75; total, $9,954.04.

2. Yes.

3. Lumber to the value of $553.77 was sold to the Military Hospitals Commission for their building. The remainder has been put into use for general scaffolding, shoring, bracing, etc., during the erection of the new building. The smaller timbers and planks are used up but the larger timbers are still in use.

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Subtopic:   PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS-COST OF SCAFFOLDING.
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CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-COST OF ENGINE REPAIRS.

June 2, 1920