April 3, 1922

PRO

Mr. CAMPBELL:

Progressive

1. What parcels of land did the Indians of the Kee-See-Koose Indian reserve, in the Province of Saskatchewan, surrender to the Department

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of Indian Affairs, in or about the years of 1909 and 1910, and what is the legal description of each of such parcels?

2. What parcels, if any, have since been disposed of by the Department (a) by auction, and (to) otherwise?

3. What is the legal description of each of such parcels so disposed of, name of the purchaser and the amount of the purchase price?

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN RESERVES
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LIB

Hon. Mr. STEWART (Argenteuil): (Minister of Immigration and Colonization; Minister of Mines; Minister of the Interior; Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs)

Liberal

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN RESERVES
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COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE

CON

Mr. STANSELL:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Has the position of Commissioner of Agriculture been filled?

2. If so, by whom, and what is his remuneration?

3. Who was the last commissioner under the Agricultural Instruction Act, what was his remuneration and when did he resign?

4. Who has been doing this work during the years 1920 and 1921?

5. What are the qualifications necessary for the position required under the Civil Service classification list, and how are the qualifications therein designated and described?

6. Was the present appointment made by the Civil Service Commission? If not, how was it made and by what authority?

7. Was the position advertised? If not, why?

8. Is the new appointee a technically trained man, and of what technical institution of agriculture is he a graduate?

9. Was promotion within the department considered when the appointment was made?

10. Were returned soldiers with required technical training and with practical experience given an opportunity to apply for the position?

11. Was the present incumbent a defeated candidate in support of the party of the present Government during the last election?

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
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LIB

Hon. Mr. MOTHERWELL: (Minister of Agriculture)

Liberal

1. No.

2. Answered by No. 1.

3. Mr. W. J. Black. He resigned 29th November, 1918. He was then receiving a salary of $4,000 per annum.

4. The Deputy Minister of Agriculture.

5. Commissioner of Agricultural Instruction.

Qualifications: Graduate in agriculture from a college of recognized standing; experience as Supervisor of Agricultural Instruction or in work of equivalent character and standard; a high degree of organizing ability; knowledge of pathological methods; familiarity with the agricultural conditions and problems of the Dominion; tact, good address, and ability in public speaking.

6. 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Answered by No. 1.

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
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ELEVATOR OVERAGES

UFA

Mr. LUCAS:

United Farmers of Alberta

1. What was the total amount of overages received by the Government from terminal elevators during the year 1921?

2. What was the total value of the same and what became of the proceeds?

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Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   ELEVATOR OVERAGES
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LIB

Hon. Mr. ROBB: (Minister of Trade and Commerce)

Liberal

1. During the crop year 1920-21, the total amount of overages to be delivered to the Government was 98,455 bushels, and 671,078 pounds of mixed grain.

2. $130,524.06. Accounts have been rendered for this amount, but no payments have yet been made.

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   ELEVATOR OVERAGES
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CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS- INSURANCE

LIB

Mr. MACDONALD (Pictou):

Liberal

1. What is the amount of annual premium payable on the $112,590,338 insurance carried on the property of the Canadian Northern Railway Company, referred to in the answer to question number twenty on March 29, 1922?

2. What is the amount of annual premium payable on the insurance carried on the property of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company?

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS- INSURANCE
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LIB

Hon. Mr. GRAHAM: (Minister of Militia and Defence; Minister of the Naval Service)

Liberal

1. $506,656.52.

2. $362,098.65.

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS- INSURANCE
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BEEP IMPORTS

CON

Mr. SUTHERLAND:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. What quantity of beef, fresh, cured, canned and frozen, was imported into Canada, and from what countries during each of the years ending March 31, 1920, 1921 and 1922?

2. What was the value of the beef so imported during each of the said years?

3. What amount of duty was collected on these imports during each of the said years?

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   BEEP IMPORTS
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LIB

Jacques Bureau (Minister of Customs and Excise)

Liberal

Hon. Mr. BUREAU:

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   BEEP IMPORTS
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STATEMENT OF IMPORTS FOR CONSUMPTION OF "BEEF, FRESH AND PICKLED, AND CANNED MEATS" SHOWING THE QUANTITY, VALUE AND DUTY COLLECTED, BY COUNTRIES, FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1920 AND 1921, AND 1922 TO DATE.


1920 1921 1922, to date Lbs. Value Duty Lbs. Value Duty Lbs. Value DutyBeef, Fresh, Chilled or Frozen:- $ $ cts. 5 $ cts. 704 $ 34 $ cts. 21 129i,43i 1,541,431 9,417 290,125 1,828 62 46,242 93 United States Total Beef, Pickled, in Barrels: 1,811,609 230,240 54,348 27 70,671 19,619 2,120 131,811,609 230,340 54,348 27 1,632,862 299,542 48,071 55 71,375 19,653 2,141 25400 420 50 53 6 00 8 40Newfoundland 920 206 18 40 1,230 99 1,257,389 222 15 138,071 24 60 1 98 25,147 78 United States Total Canned Meats:- United Kingdom Australia Br. Sts. Settlements.... Hong Kong Newfoundland New Zealand 467,014 70,650 9,340 28 642,921 46,555 12,858 42467,934 70,856 9,358 68 1,258,718 138,308 25,174 36 643,741 46,658 12,872 82240,819 14,928 18 67,436 42 8,064 91,824 4,655 19 42,534 25 1,681 23,121 98 1,197 67 5 22 11,696 85 6 87 294 17 1,130,112 18,099 304,180 2,862 82,631 26 729 42 768,446 1,116 181,624 433 45,128 38 108 2512,086 1,152 162,578 196,862 6,828 214 22,976 56,415 1,876 45 58 85 4,142 56 14,291 25 1,954 2,001 262,214 573,588 15 601 551 37,565 102,212 22 165 28 151 52 7,203 09 25,553 00 6 051,344 673 185 07 1,375 11,062 10 2,638 110 450,719 39,282 750 14,233 8 959 36 134,857 13,493 206 25 3,801 85 2 20 245 25 9 90 37,085 67 3,710 57 France 132 52 13 00 68,184 29,346 7,419 17Japan Miquelon and St. Pierre United States Uruguay Total 13,935 3,217 835 35 132 31 8 03585,280 85,873 162,972 24,075 44,817 81 6,620 52 450,810 85,500 110,874 19,987 30,490 35 5,496 421,017,871 331,727 88,794 51 2,026,085 557,811 148,791 48 2,213,960 483,246 121,729 54 NOTE:-"Canned Beef" and "Canned Mutton" are not shown separately in the Classification of Imports, but are included in the statement oi "Canned Meats".


MUTTON AND LAMB IMPORTS

CON

Mr. SUTHERLAND:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. What quantity of mutton and lamb, fresh, cured and canned, was imported into Canada, and from what countries, during each of the years ending March 31, 1920, 1921 and 1922?

2. What was the value of the mutton and lamb so imported during each of the said years?

3. What amount was collected as duty on the imports referred to during each of the years 1920, 1921 and 1922?

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   MUTTON AND LAMB IMPORTS
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LIB

Jacques Bureau (Minister of Customs and Excise)

Liberal

Hon. Mr. BUREAU:

Questions

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   MUTTON AND LAMB IMPORTS
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STATEMENT OF IMPORTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION OF "MUTTON AND LAMB, FRESH, CHILLED OR FROZEN," SHOWING THE QUANTITY, VALUE AND DUTY COLLECTED, BY COUNTRIES, FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1920 AND 1921, AND 1922 TO DATE

April 3, 1922