March 1, 1933

LIB

Mr. MARCIL:

Liberal

1. What was the sum total authorized by the Minister of Public Works for works done by day labour in Bonaventure county in 1932-33, and how much was expended?

2. Out of what appropriation were such sums authorized ?

3. Was this expenditure incurred by way of relief for the unemployed?

4. If so, who selected the men employed?

5. Were these expenditures incurred on the plea of essential undertakings, and, if so, who so reported?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   BONAVENTURE COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS
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CON

Mr. STEWART (Leeds): (Minister of Public Works)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Authorized $68,640.33

Expended 66,065.63

2. (a) $56,730.33 from Harbours & Rivers Generally, Quebec.

(b) $11,350 from Special Votes made up as follows:-

Mclnnis Cove, breakwater

completion $4,200

Bonaventure, extension to

wharf protection 1,900

Gascons, wharf extension.. 3,700

St. Charles de Caplan, wharf reconstruction (Vote-$21,000) 1,550

Balance of vote for contract work.

(c) $560 from Dredging Ontario & Quebec.

3. The Department of Public Works has no special funds for the relief of the unemployed, but the expenditures on labour gave employment.

4. Foremen of Works.

5. (a) Yes. (b) District Engineer.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   BONAVENTURE COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS
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PASI'EBIAC, QUE., WHARF

LIB

Mr. MARCIL:

Liberal

1. Has J. T. Langlois completed his contract at the wharf at Paspebiac, Quebec, and how much has been paid him?

2. How much was paid J. Loiselle, the overseer ?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   PASI'EBIAC, QUE., WHARF
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CON

Mr. STEWART (Leeds): (Minister of Public Works)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. (a) Yes; (b) $6,748.74.

2. $279.

Questions

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   PASI'EBIAC, QUE., WHARF
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ST. CHARLES DE CAPLAN, QUE., WHARF

LIB

Mr. MARCEL:

Liberal

1. Have Ludger Lemieux Limited completed their contract at the wharf at St. Charles de Caplan, Quebec, and how much has been paid them ?

2. How much has been paid to the overseer J. A. Briere?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   ST. CHARLES DE CAPLAN, QUE., WHARF
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CON

Mr. STEWART (Leeds): (Minister of Public Works)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. (a) Yes; (b) 811,428.75.

2. 8409.50.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   ST. CHARLES DE CAPLAN, QUE., WHARF
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STONE FOR PUBLIC WORKS-BONAVENTDRE COUNTY

LIB

Mr. MAROIL:

Liberal

1. What price did the Department of Public Works pay for stone at Anse a la Barbe. St. Godfrey. Port Daniel East, Melnnes Cove, Bonaventure, St. Simeon de Bonaventure, Paspebiac. Maria, Carleton and St. Omer, respectively?

2. W as the price uniform; if not, why?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   STONE FOR PUBLIC WORKS-BONAVENTDRE COUNTY
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CON

Mr. STEWART (Leeds): (Minister of Public Works)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Anse a la Barbe, 40 cents per cubic yard; St. Godfroy, $1 per cubic yard; Port Daniel East, SO cents per cubic yard; Melnnes Cove, 65 cents per cubic yard; Bonaventure, 80 cents per cubic yard; St. Simeon de Bonaventure, none purchased; Paspebiac, none purchased; Maria, $1 per cubic yard; Carleton, none purchased; St. Omer, SI per cubic yard.

2. Uniform price paid for each locality.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   STONE FOR PUBLIC WORKS-BONAVENTDRE COUNTY
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LEAGUE OF NATIONS-CAN ADLAN DELEGATIONS


Mr. LaVERGNE: 1. Whait are the names of the members and the persons constituting the Canadian delegations sent annually to the League of Nations from 1920-21 to 1931-32? 2. What are the items making up the total annual expenditures in connection with these trips?


CON

Richard Bedford Bennett (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. BENNETT:

Travelling and laving Expenses

1st Assembly

2nd Assembly.

3rd Assembly

4th Assembly

5th Assembly

6th Assembly

Special Meeting,

Hon. C. J. Doherty \

Sir George Foster 14,645 40

Hon. N. W. Rowell J

L. C. Christie

1,283 07H. D. Robertson

480 75

Transportation, etc.-Sir George Foster and

party 1,848 56

Rt. Hon. C. J. Doherty and Sir George Perley including two secretaries and one stenographer

Hon. W. S. Fielding $

Hon. E. Lapointe

Hon. P. C. Larkin

O. Langlois

J. A. Russell

W. R. Rutherford

R. B. Viets

S. Wallace

Hon. Geo. P. Graham S

H. F. Sherritt, Private Secy...[DOT]

E Pelletier, messenger

Sir Lomer Gouin and staff

Senator Dandurand S

Hon. E. M. Macdonald

Dr. O. D. Skelton

" (delegation)

R. O. Campney

E. M. Macdonald, Jr

Hon. R. Dandurand

Hon. H. Bostock

Hon. Philippe Roy

Dr. Riddell

Jean Desy

Hon. R. Dandurand

Hon. Philippe Roy

Hon. P. C. Larkin, including Col. R. Hyde.

>- $

3,927 00

4,190 00

2,913 72

1,000 00

994 02

692 32

974 30

700 00

3,370 00

730 00

505 00

5,402 56

3,130 00

5,000 00

914 72

537 71

1,000 00

720 00

) 7,629 071 2,120 931,380 00202 001,122 76

18,257 78

9,403 40

15,391 39

10,007 56

11,302 43

12,454 76

Questions

Travelling and Living Expenses-Continued

7th Assembly

8th Assembly

Sir Herbert Ames $ 1,040 00

Sir Geo. E. Foster 3,577 00

Hon. Philippe Roy 1,040 00

5,657 00

Hon. R. Dandurand $ 3,108 00

Hon. Philippe Roy 624 73

Hon. C. Stewart 6,002 50

Dr. O. D. Skelton 2,687 20

48th Council Meeting Hon. R. Dandurand

Jean Desy

2,121 00 1,457 40

49th Council Meeting

Hon. R. Dandurand 1,100 00

Lt. Col. Vanier 1,197 57

50th Council Meeting

Hon. Philippe Roy $

Jean Desy

192 95 215 60

Rt. Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King___

Secretaries-H. Baldwin

V. Lem ire

Confidential Messenger-J. S. Nicol

9th Assembly, 51st and 52nd

Council Meeting Hon. R. Dandurand

Hon. C. A. Dunning, Private Secretary and

Messenger

Hon. Philippe Roy

Dr. O. D. Skelton

9,317 37

2,400 00

4,780 06 753 80 1,399 93

53rd Council Meeting Hon. R. Dandurand 1,260 00

Dr. W. A. Riddell and Lt. Col. Vanier... 224 65

J. Desy 163 40

54th Council Meeting

55th Council

10th Assembly, 56th and 57th Council Meeting

58th Council,

Hon. R. Dandurand 1,350 00

Jean Desy 142 73

Hon. R. Dandurand $ 1,700 00Dr. W. A. Riddell

381 79Jean Desy

356 97Lt. Col. Vanier

350 56Hon. R. Dandurand

2,500 00Hon. J. C. Elliott

2,515 93Hon. W. D. Euler

2,000 00Sir George Foster

1,680 00Miss A. Macphail, M.P

1,658 75Malcolm McLean, M.P

1,817 00Hon. Philippe Roy

846 02Hon. R. Dandurand

1,300 00Jean Desy

134 69Lt. Col. Vanier (allowance)

1,500 00

23,805 32

18,741 71

59th Council,

Hon. R. Dandurand $ 1,300 00

Jean Desy 124 34

11th Assembly and 60th Council

Sir Robert Borden

2,877 05Hon. T. Chapais

3,000 00Hon. Mary Irene Parlby

2,175 65Hon. Philippe Roy

1,031 16N. A. Robertson

1,207 36

13,215 56

Motions for Papers

Travelling and Living Expenses-Concluded

12th Assembly

Hon. Hugh Guthrie $ 4,071 20Hon. C. P. Beaubien

2,172 35Mrs. A. N. Plumptre

2,326 48Hon. Martin Burrell

2,153 10Hon. Philippe Roy

979 67N. A. Robertson

1,577 68Lt. Col. Vanier

515 00

13,795 48

Salaries Paid for Extra Technical, Secretarial and Stenographic Assistance

1920-21-H. D. Robertson $ 814 03

1924-25-R. O. Campney 596 77

1926- 27-R. W. Weber 96 50

1927- 28-E. R. McLennan 126 22

1929- 30-M. F. Andrews

90 001930- 31-Lt. Col. G. P. Vanier 4,745 00

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   LEAGUE OF NATIONS-CAN ADLAN DELEGATIONS
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QUESTION PASSED AS ORDER FOR RETURN

LIB

Mr. DUPUIS:

Liberal

1. What is the total number of Indians of the Cbaughnawaga reservation in the province of Quebec: (a) according to the 1931 census; (b) according to the latest statistics?

2. How many among them are 21 years of age and over?

3. How many among them have the right to hold real estate?

4. Has the government received a request or

petitions: (a) from the council of the said

reservation; (b) from any of the Indians, individually or collectively, expressing a desire to be enfranchised?

5. By virtue of what agreement or treaty did the Indians of the said reservation secure from the Dominion government the rights and privileges which they enjoy in their reservation?

6. On what date or dates was this agreement or treaty concluded?

7. Does the government intend enfranchising the Indians of the Caughnawaga reservation?

8. Should the superintendent of Indian Affairs decide to enfranchise the Indians of the Caughnawaga reservation, either individually or collectively, will the Indians of the said reservation retain _ the rights and privileges which they now enjoy, or will the said Indians lose their rights by reason of this enfranchisement ?

9. From whom have they obtained the rights which they exercise, through the agency of the Department of Indian Affairs, in the seigniory of Sault St. Louis?

10. Since what date have they held these rights ?

11. What are the duties and obligations of the Department of Indian Affairs as seignior of the Seigniory of Sault St. Louis?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   QUESTION PASSED AS ORDER FOR RETURN
Sub-subtopic:   CAUGHNAWAGA RESERVE
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MOTIONS FOR PAPERS

LIB

Samuel William Jacobs

Liberal

Mr. JACOBS (for Mr. Casgrain):

[DOT]

For a copy of all correspondence, letters and documents exchanged between Mr. G. Nelphat Pelland, chief herdsman at the experimental

farm of Siainte-Anne de lia Pooatiere, and the Minister of Agriculture at Ottawa, or any of the officials of his department at Ottawa or at Quebec, respecting the dismissal of the said G. Nelphat Pelland; also a copy of any petition or petitions forwarded to the hon. Minister of Agriculture in this connection, and a copy of the order in council dismissing the said G. Nelphat Pelland.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   MOTIONS FOR PAPERS
Sub-subtopic:   G. NELPHAT PELLAND
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GRANDE-RIVIERE, QUE., POSTMASTERSHIP

LIB

Eusèbe Roberge

Liberal

Mr. ROBERGE (for Mr. Brasset):

For a copy of all correspondence, affidavits, communications, and other documents, forwarded to the hon. Postmaster General or to the Post Office Department, during the year

1931-1932, respecting Wilfrid Sirois of Grande-Riviere, county of Gaspe, a oandiaite for the portsinastership at Grande-Riviere.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   GRANDE-RIVIERE, QUE., POSTMASTERSHIP
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March 1, 1933