March 14, 1921

L LIB

Mr. TOBIN:

Laurier Liberal

1. How many returned soldiers have purchased farms through the Soldiers' Settlement Board in the county of Brome?

2. What was the average price paid for the said farms?

3. Have any of the said farms been abandoned?

4. If so, what disposition has the Government made of the said farms?

5. Has any loss been incurred? If so, what has been the net loss to the Government in connection therewith?

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L LIB

Mr. TOBIN:

Laurier Liberal

1. How many returned soldiers have purchased farms through the Soldiers' Settlement Board in the county of Missisquoi?

2. What was the average price paid for the said farms?

3. Have any of the said farms been abandoned?

4. If so, what disposition has the Government made of the said farms?

5. Has any loss been incurred? If so, what has been the net loss to the Government in connection therewith?

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L LIB

Mr. TOBIN:

Laurier Liberal

1. How many returned soldiers have purchased farms through the Soldiers' Settlement Board in the county of Stanstead?

2. What was the average price paid for the said farms?

3. Have any of the said farms been abandoned?

4. If so, what disposition has the Government made of the said farms?

5. Has any loss been incurred? If so, what has been the net loss to the Government in connection therewith?

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L LIB

Mr. TOBIN:

Laurier Liberal

1. How many returned soldiers have purchased farms through the Soldiers' Settlement Board in the county of Compton?

2. What was the average price paid for the said farms?

3. Have any of the said farms been abandoned?

4. If so, what disposition has the Government made of the said farms?

5. Has any loss been incurred? If so, what has been the net loss to the Government in connection therewith?

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L LIB

Mr. TOBIN:

Laurier Liberal

1. How many returned soldiers have purchased farms through the Soldiers' Settlement Board in the county of Richmond and Wolfe?

2. What was the average price paid for the said farms?

3. Have any of the said farms been abandoned?

4. If so, what disposition has the Government made of the said farms?

5. Has any loss been incurred? If so, what has been the net loss to the Government in connection therewith?

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L LIB

Mr. TOBIN:

Laurier Liberal

1. How many returned soldiers have purchased farms through the Soldiers' Settlement Board in the county of Shefford?

2. What was the average price paid for the said farms?

3. Have any of the said farms been abandoned?

4. If so, what disposition has the Government made of the said farms?

5. Has any loss been incurred? If so, what has been the net loss to the Government in connection therewith?

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L LIB

Mr. TOBIN:

Laurier Liberal

1. How many returned soldiers have purchased farms through the Soldiers' Settlemen Board in the county of Drummond-Arthabaska?

2. What was the average price paid for the said farms?

3. Have any of the said farms beer abandoned?

4. If so, what disposition has the Government made of the said farms?

5. Has any loss been incurred? If so, what has been the net loss to the Government in connection therewith?

Mr. SEGUIN.

1. Has the Militia Department been able to collect, up to date, any amounts overpaid on account of assigned pay, war service gratuity and separation allowance? If so, how much?

2. What amount, if any, is still outstanding?

3. What steps are taken by the Department of Militia to recover the amounts thus unduly paid?

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L LIB

Mr. BOYER:

Laurier Liberal

1. What is the total number of pounds of butter exported outside of Canada, year by year, since 1910?

2. What is the value, year by year, of. the exportation since 1910?

3. What is the total number of pounds of cheese exported outside of Canada, year by year, since 19110?

4. What is the value, year by year, of such exportation since 1910?

5. To what countries were our cheese and butter exported, year by year, during said years, specifying the amount and value of each?

6. What Quantities of butter have been imported from various countries since 1910?

7. From what countries and what amount from each of them?

6. What quantities of butter have been imported from the various countries since 1910?

9. From what countries and what amount from each of them?

10. Under what brands or the names is our cheese and butter sold abroad?

11. What brands or names of butter and cheese do we import from abroad?

112. What is the quantity in pounds of margarine and its value in cash, or any other substitute to butter, manufactured in the country since 1916, year by year?

13. What is the quantity in pounds and value of such substitutes imported into Canada, year by year, since 1916?

14. Has the inobservance of the law regarding the process of manufacture and the sale of such substitutes, produced in Canada or purchased abroad, been the object of several actions?

15. If so, what is the number of same?

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UNOPPOSED MOTIONS FOR PAPERS

L LIB

Charles Alphonse Fournier

Laurier Liberal

Mr. FOURNIER:

For a copy of all correspondence, documents, telegTams, reports, memoranda, tenders and contracts, having reference to or in connection with the repairs of the wharf situated at St. Michel, County of Bellechasse, Quebec, from October 1st, 1918, to date.

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L LIB

Frank S. Cahill

Laurier Liberal

Mr. CAHILL:

For a copy of all official correspondence between the Government of Canada, or any member therof, and the Government of the Province of Manitoba, or any member thereof, respecting subsection 5, of clause 325 of the Consolidated Railway Act of Canada.

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L LIB

Alexander William Chisholm

Laurier Liberal

Mr. CHISHOLM:

For a copy of all correspondence, letters, petitions, recommendations, telegrams and documents referring to the appointment of a Postmaster at the Town of Inverness, Nova Scotia, in 1920 and 1921.

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L LIB

Auguste Théophile Léger

Laurier Liberal

Mr. LEGER:

For a copy of all correspondence, telegrams, and other documents, relative to the resignation of Mr. John Sheridan, Indian Superintendent for the North Shore district, in the Province of New Brunswick, in 1920. Also copy of all correspondence, telegrams and other documents relative to his re-appointment to the said position.

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CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS- ST. FOY ROUND HOUSE

L LIB

Georges Parent

Laurier Liberal

Mr. GEORGE PARENT (Quebec West):

moved:

For a copy of all letters, reports exchanged between engineers and officers of the Canadian National Railways concerning the demolition of the round house at St. Foy, opposite the Quebec bridge, the removal from that place of a mechanical staff to a place called Charny on the other side of the St. Lawrence River; the prorposed demolition of the station on the main line of the Transcontinental Railway at Quebec bridge.

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UNION

Arthur Meighen (Prime Minister; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Unionist

Right Hon. ARTHUR MEIGHEN (Prime Minister) :

Mr. Speaker, the mover indicates that the correspondence asked for passed between the directorate of the Canadian National Railways and some other person. It would not be in the possession of the Government.

Motion stands.

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AMALGAMATION OF MAIL SUPERINTENDENT'S AND POSTAL INSPECTOR'S BRANCHES

L LIB

James Alexander Robb

Laurier Liberal

Mr. J. A. ROBB (for Mr. Casgrain) moved:

For a copy of Order in Council passed the middle of this month for the purpose of amalgamating the mail superintendent's department with that of the postal inspector.

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CON

George Green Foster

Conservative (1867-1942)

Sir GEORGE FOSTER:

Stand.

Motion stands.

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DEVELOPMENT OF CANADA'S NATURAL RESOURCES

March 14, 1921