May 19, 1930

REPORT OF COMMITTEE


Second report of the select standing committee on industrial and international relations.-Mr. McIntosh.


PRIVATE BILLS

FIRST AND SECOND READINGS-SENATE BILLS


Bill No. 245, for the relief of Hilda Walker Baker.-Mr. Young (Toronto Northeast). Bill No. 246, for the relief of Mary Violet Baxter.-Mr. Lawson. Bill No. 247, for the relief of Harry Hutcherson Davis. Mr. Sanderson. Bill No. 248, for the relief of James Lewis Watterworth.-Mr. Taylor. Bill No. 249, for the relief of Harvey Men-nie Cross.-Mr. Church. Bill No. 250, for the relief of Muriel Parke Wood.-Mr. Black (Yukon). Bill No. 251, for the relief of Albert Hull.- Mr. Ryckman. Bill No. 252, for the relief of Jessie Coles.- Mr. Young (Toronto Northeast). Bill No. 253, for the relief of Annie Almeda McCormick.-Mr. Ross (Kingston). Bill No. 254, for the relief of Madeline Schnarr Nichol.-Mr. Ross (Kingston). Bill No. 256, for the relief of Phyllis Gertrude Smith.-Mr. Anderson (Toronto-High Park). Bill No. 256, for the relief of Josephine Laura Calder.-Mr. Young (Toronto Northeast) . Bill No. 257, for the relief of Minerva Gray. -Mr. Young (Toronto Northeast). Bill No. 258, for the relief of Mary Jane McCrossan.-Mr. Harris. Bill No. 259, for the relief of Robert Bruce Hart.-Mr. Harris. Bill No. 260, for the relief of Hetmanska Bereta.-Mr. Harris. Bill No. 261, for the relief of Lillian Alberta Sparling.-Mr. McQuarrie. Bill No. 262, for the relief of Ebenezer Ward Russell.-Mr. Anderson (Toronto-High Park). Bill No. 263, respecting the capital stock of Prudential Trust Company, Limited.-Mr. Casgrain.


QUESTIONS


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)


CANADIAN NATIONAL STEAMSHIPS

CON

Mr. JOHNSTONE (Cape Breton North Victoria) :

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Is it the policy of the government to employ only Canadians on the Canadian National steamships ?

2. How many, or in what proportion, are the Canadian employees on the said steamships?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   CANADIAN NATIONAL STEAMSHIPS
Sub-subtopic:   EMPLOYEES
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LIB

Mr. CRERAR: (Minister of Railways and Canals)

Liberal

1. In accordance with the policy of the government in suoh matters, preference is, as far as practicable, given to Canadians in the employment of crews by the Canadian National Steamships management.

2. The proportion of Canadians employed on the steamships is 85 per cent of the total of the crews carried. This figure does not take into account waiters and stewards carried on Canadian National West Indies steamers where, owing to climatic conditions, it is necessary to employ West Indians.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   CANADIAN NATIONAL STEAMSHIPS
Sub-subtopic:   EMPLOYEES
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RADIUM TREATMENT

CON

Arthur Edward Ross

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. ROSS (Kingston):

I. Did the government at any time pass an order in council refusing radium in treatment of ex-service men?

2. If so, what is the number of the said order in council, the date, and the contents thereof?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   RADIUM TREATMENT
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?

Mr. KING (KOOTENAY):

1. No.

2. Answered by No. 1.

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Subtopic:   RADIUM TREATMENT
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COMPARATIVE TARIFF RATES

LAB

Herbert Bealey Adshead

Labour

Mr. ADSHEAD:

The Winnipeg Tribune of May 5 gives the following table which purports to show the different rates of duties as under the old tariff and the tariff just enacted:-

Carload- Old duty New duties

Celery

$189 00 $450 00Tomatoes

236 25 504 00Quart box berries.. 250 88 430 00Pint box berries.. .. 245 76 366 64Cabbages

120 00 440 00Onions

165 00 231 001. Is the above statement correct?2. If so, how is the duty computed?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   COMPARATIVE TARIFF RATES
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LIB

William Daum Euler (Minister of National Revenue)

Liberal

Mr. EULER:

.

1: No.

2. Duties are being computed in accordance with the resolutions submitted to parliament on the 1st of May, 1930.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   COMPARATIVE TARIFF RATES
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PRODUCTION OF BUTTER IN CANADA

LIB

Mr. GIROUARD:

Liberal

1. What quantity of butter was produced in Canada during the years 1927, 1928, 1929?

2. What was the consumption of butter during the said years?

3. What quantity of: (a) milk; (b) cream; was produced in Canada during the years, 1927, 1928, 1929?

4. Wliat quantity of: (a) milk; (b) cream; was exported to the United States during the said years?

5. What quantity of cheese was produced in Canada during the years 1927, 1928, 1929?

6. What quantity of cheese was exported during the said years?

Mr. MALCOLM;

1. Canada's production of butter during the calendar years 1927, 1928 and 1929, was:

Years Pounds

1927 271,978,947

1928 258,027,039

1929 Not available

2. Canada's consumption of butter during the calendar years 1927, 1928 and 1929, was:

Years Pounds

1927 273,431,070

1928 280,657,076

1929 Not available

3. Canada's production of (a) milk; (b) cream, during the years 1927, 1928 and 1929, was:

Questions

Years (a) Milk (b) Cream

Pounds Pounds

1927 14.825,821,086 No separate

1928 14,512,897,961 statistics

1929 Not available compiled

4. Canada's domestic exports of (a) milk; (b) cream, to the United States during the calendar years 1927, 1928 and 1929, were:

Years (a) Milk (b) Cream

Gal. Gal.

1927

3,673,242 4,044,0731928

3,959,812 3,042,7041929

3,291,819 2,385,7545. Canada's production of cheese during the calendar years 1927, 1928 and 1929, was:Years Pounds1927

138,472,3251928

145,019,6781929 Not available6. Canada's domestic exports of cheese during the calendar years 1927, 1928 and 1929, were:Years Pounds1927

110.533,0001928

114,152,5001929

92,946,100

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   PRODUCTION OF BUTTER IN CANADA
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EMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES-TAXATION

LIB

Mr. BOULANGER:

Liberal

1. Does the Canadian government impose a tax on Canadians who migrate to the United States?

2. Does the American government collect a tax from Canadians entering the United States?

3. If so, what amount in each case?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   EMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES-TAXATION
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May 19, 1930