February 21, 1934

PETITION

LIB

Paul-Arthur Séguin

Liberal

Mr. P. A. SEGUIN (L'Assomption-Mont-calm) (Translation):

Mr. Speaker, I beg to

lay on the table of the. house a petition on behalf of tabaoco growers-signed by a few hundred persons-of the parish of St. Marie-Salome, Montcalm county, strongly protesting against the proposal of levying an excise tax of 20 cents per pound on the sale of leaf tobacco.

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PRIVATE BILL

FIRST READING


Bill No. 16, respecting the Canadian Pacific Railway Company.-Mr. Davis. Questions


CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS


Hon. R. J. MANSION (Minister of Railways and Canals) moved for leave to introduce Bill No. 17 respecting the appointment of auditors for national railways.


LIB
CON

Robert James Manion (Minister of Railways and Canals)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. MANION:

I find I have not a copy

of the bill before me, but I think I can give an explanation. This bill is to provide for the appointment of auditors, according to the act of last year.

Motion agreed to and bill read the first time.

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QUESTIONS


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)


PRINCE ALBERT NATIONAL PARK RELIEF CAMPS

LIB

John Vallance

Liberal

Mr. VALLANCE:

What amounts were paid to Mr. R. R. Manville, or to the Manville Hardware Company, Limited, both of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, in connection with the furnishing of supplies, material, equipment or otherwise, out of unemployment relief funds, or the supplying of any such material to camps in Prince Albert national park?

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LIB
LIB

John Vallance

Liberal

Mr. VALLANCE:

What amounts were paid to Mr. G. Braden of Rosthern, Saskatchewan, out of unemployment relief funds, by way of wmges, salary or otherwise, in connection wdth unemployment relief work in Prince Albert national park, from the inception of the camps to date?

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LIB

HOUSE OF COMMONS, PENSIONS PAID TO MEMBERS

CON

Mr. COTNAM:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Do any members of the House of Commons receive, or has any member of the House of Commons received a pension for war service?

2. If so, who are such members and what is the amount of the pension each has received or is receiving?

3. On what dates were such pensions

granted? .

4. By what body was each of such pensions granted?

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CON

Mr. MacLAREN: (Minister of Pensions and National Health)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Yes.

Mr. W. G. Ernst:

From 13-6-19 to 30-9-19 at $ 7.50 per monthFrom 29-5-20 to 29-4-23 at $ 7.50 per monthFrom 30-4-23 to 3-5-24 at $10.00 per monthFrom 4-5-24 to 9-10-25 at $13.00 per monthFrom 10-10-25 to 30-9-33 at $14.00 per month

Continues in effect.

Mr. G. R. Geary:

From 25-3-19 to 22-3-27 at $ 5.25 per monthFrom 23-3-27 to 24-1-28 at $ 6.50 per monthFrom 25-1-28 to 31-8-28 at $ 7.25 per monthFrom 1-9-28 to 10-3-30 at $14.50 per monthFrom 11-3-30 to 30-9-33 at $16.00 per month

Pension discontinued at his request.

The Hon. I. A. Mackenzie:

From 25-9-29 to 30-9-29 at $ 8.33 per month From 31-10-29 to 31-1-34 at $ 8.33 per month Continues in effect.

The Hon. R. J. Manion:

From 10-2-18 to 28-2-19 at $16.67 per month From 1-3-19 to 30-6-19 at $ 8.34 per month Pension discontinued at his request.

Mr. C. G. Power:

From 11-1-18 to 12-6-18 at $46.00 per month From 13-6-18 to 13-6-19 at $52.00 per month From 14-6-19 to 31-8-19 at $56.00 per month From 1-9-19 to 31-8-20 at $62.00 per month From 1-9-20 to 9-9-29 at $68.00 per month From 10-9-29 to 31-1-34 at $64.00 per month Continues in effect.

Mr. J. H. Stitt:

From 7-9-20 to 24-9-20 at $11.50 per month From 25-5-21 to 26-2-22 at $11.50 per month From 27-2-22 to 30-9-24 at $13.00 per month From 1-10-24 to 31-5-25 at $32.50 per month From 1-6-25 to 31-1-31 at $19.50 per month Discontinued 31-1-31, at his request.

The Hon. D. M. Sutherland:

From 14-3-19 to 30-4-21 at $19.50 per month From 1-5-21 to 31-3-27 at $26.00 per month

From 1-4-27 to 31-1-34 at $32.50 per month

Continues in effect.

3. Answered by No. 2.

4. The Hon. I. A. Mackenzie by the Federal Appeal Board, others by the Board of Pension Commissioners for Canada.

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UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF, SUPPLIES TO SUNBURY CAMP

February 21, 1934