April 4, 1929

LIB

Mr. ELLIOTT: (Minister of Public Works)

Liberal

1. $206.10 Grant garage, Montreal; $2.30 Lavut building, Montreal.

2. Because the due dates for the instalments in question fell at a time early in the year when parliament had granted only 1/6 of the supply act, and full payment was not made until a considerably later date.

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Subtopic:   MILITARY HOSPITALS-PATIENTS AND STAFF
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CAMROSE, ALTA., CUSTOMS OFFICE

UFA

Mr. LUCAS:

United Farmers of Alberta

1. In what year was a customs office opened in Camrose, Alberta?

2. What has been the customs revenue at that point for each year since the opening of the said office?

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Subtopic:   CAMROSE, ALTA., CUSTOMS OFFICE
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LIB

Mr. EULER: (Minister of National Revenue)

Liberal

1. 1st August, 1922.

2. 1922-23 (8 mos.)

1 Q93-94 Import Duty $ 7,135 32

10.834 20 Excise Taxes $ 8,346 21 19.300 81 Total $15,481 53 30,135 011994.^5

9.526 05 12,192 03 21,718 091Q9n-9fi . . .

19.330 72 17,352 51 36,683 231Q9fi-27

30.081 60 20,484 38 50,565 98]q97_9K

29,102 38 19,810 90 48,913 281928-29 (11 mos.)

49.980 43 22.063 23 72,043 66

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Subtopic:   CAMROSE, ALTA., CUSTOMS OFFICE
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ALLOWANCE TO PENITENTIARY INMATES

CON

Mr. CHURCH:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. What has been done or will be done by the government or the Department of Justice, (a) to carry out the terms of a resolution adopted by the house in 1927 to pay an allowance to dependents of inmates of Canada's penal institutions under federal control; (b) to adopt measures to meet the provinces re providing proper institutions with the provinces for those of 16. 17 and 18 years of age?

2. Will anything be done by legislation this session to prevent those of 16, 17 years of age being sent to these federal prisons?

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Subtopic:   ALLOWANCE TO PENITENTIARY INMATES
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LIB

Mr. LAPOINTE: (Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Liberal

1. (a) This matter is under consideration.

(b) The meaning of this question is not

understood. The government has, however, under consideration the making of provision at this session for the establishment of a special institution for the purpose of segregating young prisoners from hardened criminals.

2. No.

1928. It did purchase live stock, machinery and other equipment for persons settled in Kings county under the 3,000 British family scheme, but all such purchases were made out of loans advanced by the Imperial government to assist settlers in becoming properly established. No expenditures whatever out of Canadian government funds were made in the purchase of such stock and equipment,

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Subtopic:   ALLOWANCE TO PENITENTIARY INMATES
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IMPERIAL WAR GRAVES COMMISSION

CON

Mr. ARTHURS:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. What is the total amount expended by

Canada through the Imperial War Graves Commission, (a) to March 31, 1928; (b) estimated to March 31, 1929? , ,

2. What amount has been expended on war memorials during the same period?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   IMPERIAL WAR GRAVES COMMISSION
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LIB

Mr. RALSTON: (Minister of National Defence)

Liberal

1. (a) $4,037,589.87; Ob) $4,611,369.87.

2. By this department to March 31st, 1928; $1,225,150.75, for memorials of the Great war.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   IMPERIAL WAR GRAVES COMMISSION
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SETTLEMENT IN KINGS COUNTY

CON

John Alexander (1874-1948) Macdonald

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. MACDONALD (Kings):

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Subtopic:   SETTLEMENT IN KINGS COUNTY
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CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-QUEBEC


1. Were any farms, machinery or stock purchased by the government or any department thereof for settlement purposes in Kings county, Prince Edward Island, during the year 1928? 2. If so, what are the names of parties from whom purchased, the location, the settlers name, what machinery and stock was supplied to each settler, from whom purchased, and what was the price paid for each item?


LIB

Louis Édouard Fernand Rinfret (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Mr. RINFRET:

Department of Immigration and Colonization :

1 and 2. The department did not purchase any farms for settlement purposes in Kings county, Prince Edward Island, during the year

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Subtopic:   CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-QUEBEC
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LIB

Mr. LAVIGUEUR:

Liberal

1. Will the management of the national railways soon come to a decision in connection with a passenger station for said railways in the city of Quebec? ,

2. If so, will said station be in keeping with the importance of Quebec and the government raihvays?

3. What will be the total cost of the Canadian National Railways station at Toronto, including the approaches and all other expenditures in connection with said station?

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Subtopic:   CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-QUEBEC
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LIB

Mr. DUNNING: (Minister of Railways and Canals)

Liberal

1. The management of the Canadian National Railways reached a decision to make

Questions

use of the Palais station in the city of Quebec for all passenger trains; the Canadian National having a half interest in this property.

2. Answered by No. 1.

3. The cost, to the Canadian National, of the Toronto Terminals Railway station at Toronto, including the grade separation work done by the Toronto Terminals Railway, will be $11,808,085. The Canadian National Rail-waj's' share of the cost of grade separation and other works which are exclusively CNR will be $1,602,298.

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Subtopic:   CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-QUEBEC
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DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL REVENUE-RECEIPTS,

CON

Mr. MATTHEWS:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. What is amount of money received by the

Department of National Revenue for Canada during the fiscal year ending March 31, 1928. for: '

(1) All customs duties and taxes provided by the Customs Act and tariff of Canada with amendments and by the Special War Revenue Act, 1915, and amending acts on, (a) imported spirits; (b) imported wines; (c) imported ale, beer, porter and stout.

(2) All excise and sales taxes levied under the provisions of the Inland Revenue Act with amending acts and the Special War Revenue Act, 1915, with amending acts on, (a) Canadian potable spirits; (b) Canadian non-potable and denatured spirits; (e) Canadian wines; (d) Canadian ale, beer, porter and stout?

2. What is amount of money received by the Department of National Revenue for Canduring the fiscal year ending March 31, 1928, for:

(1) All customs duties and taxes provided by the Customs Act and tariff of Canada with amendments and by the Special War Revenue Act 1915 and amending acts on imported spirits, wines, ale, beer, porter and stout, which were exported from Canada.

(2) All excise and sales taxes levied under the provisions of the Inland Revenue Act with amending acts and the Special War Revenue Act 1915 with amending acts on Canadian potable spirits, Canadian wines and Canadian ale, beer, porter and stout which were exported from Canada?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL REVENUE-RECEIPTS,
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LIB

April 4, 1929