April 19, 1922


- 1st Class Per Mile 2nd Class Per Mile One Month Return Per MileCanadian Northern Railway- c. c. c.3-45 Nil 3-105Exceptions- Line Tannis to Brazeau and Main Line Wolf Creek-Vancouver. .. 40 Nil 3 6Lines in Quebec, also Hawkesbury-Ottawa 3 Line Hudson Bay to Le Pas 3-5 Nil 315Grand Trunk Pacific Ry.- All lines 3-45 Nil 3 105Exceptions- Line Wolf Creek to Prince Rupert 40 Nil 3-6Canadian Government Railways- Intercolonial Ry., 1 to 200 miles 3-45 2-3 2-795Prince Edward Island Ry.- 201 to 300 miles 3 105 2-070 2-515301 to 400 miles 2-875 1-917 2-329401 to 600 miles 2-760 1-84 2-236601 to 800 miles 2-645 1-763 2-143801 and over miles 2-530 1-687 2-050Exceptions- Line Montreal to Levis, inclusive 30 Transcontinental Ry.-1 to 225 miles 3-45 2-3 2-795Line Moncton to Charny- 226 to 300 miles 3-335 2-223 2-702301 to 400 miles 3-105 2-070 2-515401 to 500 miles 2-99 1-993 2-422Transcontinental Ry.- Line Quebec to Hearst 3-45 3-0 3-105Line Hearst to Winnipeg and Fort William 3-45 Nil 3-105Cape Breton Ry 3-45 Nil 3-105Quebec and Saguenay Ry 3-45 Nil 3-105Lotbiniere and Megantic Ry 3-45 3-0 3-105Salisbury and Albert Ry 3-45 Nil 2-795Elgin and Havelock Ry 3-45 Nil 2-795Moncton and Buctouche Ry 3-45 2-3 2-795St. Martins Ry 3-45 Nil 2-795St. John and Quebec Ry 3-45 Nil 2-795Caraquet and Gulf Shore Ry 4 Nil 3-6International Ry. of N.B 4 2-75 3-6York and Carleton Ry 4 Nil 4 Questions STATEMENT "C" CANADIAN NATIONAL LINES-SPECIAL FARES Exhibit "B" Special Fares Class Applies over lines indicated by "X" Territory Bases of Fares Can Nor. Ry. G.T.P. Ry. Can. Gov. Ry. One Way Round Trip1st X X X (a) From Eastern Canada to Western Canada and Pacific (6) From Prairie Provinces to first class one way fare less 10%. Double regular first class one way fare less 10%.1st X X X Port Arthur, Armstrong, Ont. 2-3c. per mile... Blanket rate of $25.00 to Edmonton, Calgary and inter m e d i ate points.plus 2c. per mile to points beyond 2 cents per mile. $16.00 to Edmonton and $17.90 to Calgary, plus 2c. per mile to points beyond. 2 cents per mile. 2nd X X X (а) From Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Windsor, Sarnia, and other points in Eastern Canada to destinations in Western Canada. (б) Winnipeg, Port Arthur, Brandon, Calgary, Edmonton and Regina to destinations in Western Canada. (c) Vancouver to destinations 2nd X X (a) From Calgary, Edmonton or Saskatoon or destinations in Western Canada (to bona fide settlers from Europe). 2nd X X X (a) From Eastern Canada to Western Canada. One-half regular first class one way fare. 2nd X X X (6) Between Stations Port Arthur, Armstrong, Ont., and West. « l-725c. per mile. 2nd 2nd X X X X X X Ont., Montreal and East on Can. Govt. Rys. also from Can. Nor. Ry. Stations in Ontario to Can. Govt. Rys stations east of Levis. From Montreal and Quebec to destinations Winnipeg and West. Between Stations Port Arthur. Armstrong, Ont., and West, One-half regular first class oneway fare* 1st 1st 2-3c. per mile... One-half regular first class one way fare. 2-3 cents per 2-3c. per mileeach way. Regular first(а) From stations in Ontario and Quebec to destinations in Northern Quebec. (б) From stations in Ontario and Quebec to destinations in Northern Ontario. (c) From stations in Quebec to destinations in Matapedia Valley. (d) From G.T.P. stations in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta to destinations in British Columbia (Tete Juane to Terrace inch). class one wah fare. 3-45 cents pemile. u mile.Two thirds of One and one2nd regular second class one-way fare. 2 cents per mile third regular second-classk one-way fare. 2 cents per mileto E d s o n, Alta., plus 2 cents per mile beyond. to Edson plus 3 cents per mile beyond each way. Description 1. AH Year Tourist Fares 2. Barnardo Homes,Inmates of 3o. Canada Land Settlement Agency (Applies for bona fine settlers from the United States). fide settlers from Europe). , Caretakers-L i v e Stock (Returning to their homes after accompany ing shipments. Freight. for export. " Fresh fruit Vegetables Liquors, Minerals and aerated waters. 5. Charitable Homes- Inmates of 6. Charitable Homes- Officers and Attendants of 7. Colonization... Mr. W. C. Kennedy.] Questions STATEMENT "C" CANADIAN NATIONAL LINES-SPECIAL FARES-Con. Description C ass Applies over lines indicated by "X" Can. Nor. Ry. G.T.P. Ry. Can. Gov Ry.8. Commutation fares- 9. Commercial Travellers One-Way and Week-End Return. 1st X X X10. Conventions-150 or more in attendance 1st X X XConventions-75 or 1st more in attendance 11. Employees of Rail- 1st X X Xways and Steamship Companies. or 2nd 12. Empire Parliamentary Association. 1st X X X13. Entertainment Par- ties visiting Military Hospitals. 14. Excursions and Pil- 1st grimages Organized. 15. Exhibitions and Fall Fairs. 1st X X X16. Family Summer Resort and Seabathing 10 Round Trip Tickets. Territory Bases of Fares (e) In commutation zones on Can. Northern and G.T.P Railways. Between station not more than 50 miles apart on Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Railways (east of St. Hyacinthe). (6) " " " All stations in Canada. (c) (d) New Glasgow-Trenton Westville District. (a) All stations in Canada, except locally Cochrane, Armstrong, Ont. and Cap-reol, Port Arthur, Ont. inelusive. Exception: (1) Wolf Creek, Alta., Vancouver, Prince Rupert, inclusive. Tannis, Brazeau, Alta., inclusive. (2) Hudson Bay Junction. Sask., The Pas, Man., incl, (а) Quebec, Levis and West Canada. (б) East of Quebec and Levis. One Way. 2$ cents per mile minimum rate per trip, 7$ cents. 4J mills per mile, minimum rate per trip, 7$ cents. 8Jmiljs per mile minimum rate per trip, 7 \ cents. Approximately If cents per mile. 2-587 cents per mile. 3 cents per mile mile. 2-625 cents per mile. Round Trip. All stations in Canada. All stations, Port Arthur, Armstrong, Ont. and East. East of Quebec and Levis, Que. only. To points of Exhibitions in Canada, from adjacent territory. From Montreal, Quebec, .. Halifax, or St. John to Summer Resort at Seabathing points east of Quebec and Levis. One half regu-I a r fare charged G e n e r ' Public. One half regular first class oneway fare. Regular first class one-way fare for weekend and return tickets. Regular first-one-way fare and one half. Regular first class one-way fare and two-fifths. One half regula fare charged General Public. Regular first class one-way fare. Regular first class one-way fare. Railway accepts regular first class one-way fare from Organizers, who sell to the Public at r e g u 1 a r first class oneway fare, plus 15% with maximum of 75 cents retaining the difference to defray expenses. Regular first class one-way fare and one third. egular first class one-way lare and one-third per each round trip. 59i 932 COMMONS Questioyis STATEMENT "C" CANADIAN NATIONAL LINES-SPECIAL FARES-Con. Description 17. Farm Laborers. 18. Field Crop Competi-titions, judges of 19. Homeseekers. 20. Immigrant fares for Passengers from Europe. Class 2nd 21. Indians.. 22. Indian Hop Pickers. 23. Laborers under direction of _ Dominion Provincial Employ ment Service. 24. Male Ex. Members and Ex-Nursing Sisters of Canadian Expeditionary For ces receiving treatment or training at Hospitals or Institutions of Department of Soldier's Civil Re-Establishment. 25. Male Members of Canadian Expeditionary Forces under medical treat ment travelling on Furlough. 26. Market Return Fares 27. Mileage Books-1,000 Miles 1st 2nd. 1st and 2nd 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st Applies over lines ind cated by "X" Can. Nor. Ry. 1st 2nd. 1st. 1st.



Ry. Can. Gov. Ry. Territory From Eastern to Western Canada to assist in Harvest operations To points of Exhibitions in Canada. From Eastern Canada. to Western Bases of Fares One Way Round Trip Going - F rom Quebec, Levis and West $15 to Winnipeg. From St. John N.B. $20 to Winnipeg. To points west of Winnipeg i thorized rate to Winnipeg plus one half cent per mile. From Halifax, St. John, Quebec and Montreal to destinations in Canada. From Halifax, St. John, Quebec and Montreal to stations Winnipeg and West in Cana-ada. (а) Intercolonial Ry. Prince Edward Island Ry. and International Ry. of N.B (stations Levis and East). (б) Can. Nor. Ry. (Ruel to Port Arthur only). (c) Port Arthur, Armstrong, Ont. and West, in Canada, also from Transcontinental Ry. stations Goodwin, Ont. Winnipeg, Man. inc.l. to Coch rane and vice vers. (d) Can. Nor. Ry. (Stations Vancouver to Albreda, B.C. incl. only). All stations in Canada... Regular 1st and 2nd class oneway fares not however to exceed fares authorized from New York and Portland, Me. $35 from Port of Landing to Winnipeg plus $ cent per mile 1*15 cents per mile. All stations in Canada.. One half lowest regular one way fare. 2*3 cents mile. per Returning-From Points West of Winnipeg $ c. per mile to Winnipeg plus authorized rate East of Winnipeg. From Winnipeg, $20 to stations Quebec, Levis and West-and $25 to St. John, N.B. Regular first class one way fare and one third. Regular second class one way fare and one half. 2-7 cents per mile, minimum $4. All stations in Canada.. Between stations on Intercolonial Rly. (Ste. Hyacinthe and East). (а) Stations in Canada, Port Arthur, Armstrong, Ont. and East. (б) Canadian Government Railway Stations (Ste. Hya-cinthe and East). 3 [DOT] 1 cents per mile. 3 [DOT] 1 cents per mile. Lowest regular one way fare. 2-3 cents pe mile each way Regular one way first class fare Regular first class one way fare. Regular first class one way fare. Approximately 2-05 cents per mile each way



Questions 93b STATEMENT "C" CANADIAN NATIONAL LINES-SPECIAL FARES-Con. Description Class Applies over lines indicated by "X" Can. Nor. Ry-



Ry. Can. Gov. Ry. Territory Bases of Fares One Way Round Trip 27. Mileage Books-Con. Lumber-Workmen 2nd. 2nd.



28. Militia and Forces. Naval 1st and 2nd 29. Missionary, Charit- 1st able-Eleemosynary Workers. 30. Press, Members of 1st the. 31. Royal Canadian Mounted Police. 32. Salvation Army- Rescue Officers (Women). 33. Salvation Army- Prison Gate Officers. 34. Second class return fares. 1st 1st 1st 2nd 35. Sisters of Charity, Nuns and Deaconlst 36. 37. esses. Soldiers' Land Set- 1st tlement (for ExMembers of C.E. F.) _ Summer Tourist 1st Fares. (c) Stations on International Railway of N.B. (d) Stations on Transcontinental Railway. (Quebec City to Nottaway, Que. inch) All stations in Canada 2-875 cents per mile. 3 cents per mile. First Class- 3 cents per mile. Second Class-2$ cents per mile. Exception: For Bodies of Troops by special train numbering 350 or more and travelling distances over 100 miles. All stations in Canada All stations in Canada Exceptions: Wolf Creek, Alta. Vancouver-Prince Rupert, inch Tannis-Brazeau, Alta, inch Hudson Bay Jet., Sask. The Pas, Man. inch All stations in Canada 2J cents per mile One-half regular first class one way fare. 2-3 cents per mile. 21 cents per mile 21 cents per mile All stations in Canada All stations in Canada Between stations on Prince Edward Island only. One-half regular first class one way fare. One-half regular first class one way fare. All stations in Canada. All stations in Canada-for distances of not less than fifty (50) miles. One-half regular first class one way fare. 1 cent per mile.. First Class-3 cents per mile each way.' Second Class-2| cents per mile each way. 21 cents per mile each way. Regular first class one way fare. 2[DOT]3 cents per mile each way 21 cents per mile each way. 21 cents per mile each way. Regular first class one way fare. Regular first class one way fare. Approximately 2-05 cents per mile each way Regular first class one way fare. 1 cent per mile each way. To summer tourist resorts and stations in Canada. Double regular first class one way fare less 10%. Questions


CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-TIES

LIB

Mr. PUTNAM:

Liberal

1. What quantity of railway ties have been purchased by the Canadian National Railway in Nova Seotia since November 30th, 1921?

2. What are the names of the parties from

whom said ties were purchased and the quantity in each case?

3. What was the price paid?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-TIES
Permalink
PRO

Hon. Mr. KENNEDY:

Progressive

1. 150,130.

2.

Contractor Quantity Price No. 1 No. 2 No. 31,000 60 50 25Bent, C. M 10,000 70 60 30500 60 50 3010,000 70 60 3510,000 70 60 303,000 60 50 30300 60 50 30000 60 50 301,000 60 50 302,000 60 50 302,000 60 50 302,000 60 50 3025,000 70 60 30200 60 50 30500 60 50 308,400 60 50 302,500 60 50 302,000 60 50 30880 60 50 30300 60 50 30McCabe, C. A 2,500 60 50 303,000 60 50 3015,000 70 GO 3010,000 70 60 30400 60 50 30600 60 50 30350 58 48 282,000 65 55 30500 60 50 30500 60 50 30400 60 50 30800 60 50 301,000 100 60 50 3060 50 30. 300 60 50 30500 60 50 305,000 65 55 27)15,000 70 60 3510,000 70 60 303. See answer to question No. 2. orders IN COUNCIL

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-TIES
Permalink

FREIGHT RATES

CON

John Alexander Stewart

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. STEWART (Lanark):

Is it the intention of the Government to introduce legislation at this session to continue the provisions of subsection (5) of section 325 of the Railway Act, 1919, or to in any way further suspend the freight rate provisions of chapter 5 of the Statutes of Canada 60-61, passed on the 29th of June, 1897, which would become operative on and after July 6 next, or to repeal or vary or in any way amend said chapter 5?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FREIGHT RATES
Permalink
LIB

William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Liberal

Hon. Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

The

subject of freight rates is being referred for consideration to a committee of the House, and is receiving the consideration of the Government. Should it be found necessary or desirable to introduce legislation at this session, intimation to this effect will be given in due course.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FREIGHT RATES
Permalink
CON

James Dew Chaplin

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. CHAPLIN:

How many Orders in Council have been passed by the present Government since it came into office on the 29th day of December, 1921, up to and including the 31st of March, 1922?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FREIGHT RATES
Permalink
LIB

William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Liberal

Hon. Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

Orders in Council-

Establishing regulations under

legislation 35

Administrative 608

Routine 91

734

Treasury Board minutes-

Administrative 497

Routine 129

626

Total 1,360

Questions

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FREIGHT RATES
Permalink
CON

Robert King Anderson

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. ANDERSON:

How many Orders in Council were passed by the late government during the months of January, February and March, 1921?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FREIGHT RATES
Permalink
LIB

William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Liberal

Hon. Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

Orders in Council passed during January, February and March, 1921:

Orders in Council-

Administrative 878

Establishing regulations under

legislation 30

Routine 62

970

Treasury Board minutes-

Administrative 247

Routine 53

300

Total 1,270

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FREIGHT RATES
Permalink

DOMINION NOTES

PRO

Mr. SPENCER:

Progressive

1. How many dollars in Dominion notes were passed over by the hon. Finance Minister White to Mackenzie and Mann on the guaranteed bonds of the Canadian Northern Railway?

2. How many dollars in Dominion notes did Mr. White, as Minister of Finance, pay to the Grand Trunk Railway on bonded security?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   DOMINION NOTES
Permalink
LIB

Hon. Mr. FIELDING: (Minister of Finance and Receiver General)

Liberal

1. Under authority of Orders in Council detailed hereunder, $10,000,000 by way of the issue of Dominion notes were paid to the Canadian Northern Railway company, on the security of $12,500,000 bonds of the Canadian Northern Railway company deposited with the Minister of Finance.

Date and number of Amount

Order in Council of advance

Sept. 5, 1914, P.C. 2325

$2,500,000Sept. 26, 1914, P.C. 2450

2,500,000Oct. 24, 1914, P.C. 2670

2,000,000Nov. 20, 1914, P.C. 2921

2,000,000Dec. 16, 1914, P.C. 3170

1,000,0002. Moneys were advanced about the same time to the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway company, but not to the parent Grand Trunk Railway company.^

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   DOMINION NOTES
Permalink

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION-CHIEF OF ORGANIZATION BRANCH

LIB

Mr. FOURNIER:

Liberal

1. What is the name and age of the chief of the Organization Branch of the Civil Service Commission?

2. When was he first appointed to the commission, in what capacity and at what salary?

3. Was he appointed after competitive examination?

4. What experience had he fitting him for this position?

5. On what date, month and year, was he appointed as chief of the said Organization Branch, and at what salary?

6. Was his appointment retroactive?

7. If so, to what date, month and year, and on whose recommendation?

8. Did he receive any back pay?

9. If so, what amount?

10. What increase has he received each year since 1918?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION-CHIEF OF ORGANIZATION BRANCH
Permalink

April 19, 1922