course, is aware that a certain number of hospitals are administered by this department, indeed, are practically owned by the department. I will give the names of the hospitals in each unit and the number of patients in each.
In Unit " A ", Quebec, we have in one hospital 474, and in the other 117 patients: Unit " B ", in the maritime provinces: Camp Hill hospital, 309 patients; Jordan Memorial, 36; Lancaster hospital, 97. Unit " C ", Ottawa district: Sydenham hospital, Kingston, 238 patients; Mowat Memorial Sanatorium, 82. Unit 'D", Toronto: Euclid Hall, which is for incurable tubercular cases, 26 patients; Christie Street hospital, 548 patients; and Brant House, 264. Unit "F", London, Ontario: Erie hospital, 7 patients; Westminster hospital, 408. Unit "G", Winnipeg, Manitoba : 69 patients, in Deer Lodge hospital. Unit "I", with headquarters in Calgary, Strathcona hospital, 168 patients; Sunny-side, 38; Colonel Belcher hospital, 117; and Central Alberta, 67. Unit "J", Vancouver: Shaughnessy hospital, 223 patients. The total number of patients of 3,288.
I am informed that we have no hospital in Regina, but we have a sanitarium in Saskatchewan, at Fort Qu'Appelle, with 77 patients. I do not know whether by hon. friend wants a list of the tubercular cases in each sanitarium.
Kentville, Nova Scotia, 144; St. John county hospital at East St. John, 15; Mountain hospital, Hamilton, 110; Mus-koka Cottage, Gravenhurst, 18; Calydor sanatorium, Gravenhurst, 11; Queen Alexandra, London, Ont., 182; in Manitoba, at Ninette sanatorium, 72; King Edward sanatorium, Winnipeg, 2; Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan, 77; Tranquille, B.C., 107.