March 19, 1934

ONION LAKE, SASK,, MEDICAL DOCTOR

LIB

Mr. McINTOSH:

Liberal

1. When was Dr. J. T. Hill appointed

medical doctor at Onion lake, Saskatchewan, Indian agency?

2. What has been his salary since appointment to date?

3. When was Dr. J. T. Hill appointed

Indian agent at Onion lake?

4. What has been his salary as agent since appointment to date?

5. What are the names and present salary of other members of staff at this agency?

6. Are any salaries herein subject to discount?

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LIB

Mr. MURPHY:

Liberal

1. April 2, 1923.

2. Salary on appointment $2,000 plus house, fuel, light and rations. Increased to $2,120 April 1, 1927.

3. July 1, 1932.

4. $1,600.

5. D. H. Cameron, clerk, Indian agency, $1,200 plus house, fuel, light and rations; R. C. Hamer, Indian farming instructor, $960 plus house, fuel, light and rations; F. M. Warne, Indian farming instructor, $1,200 plus house, fuel, light and rations; G. M. Malloch, Indian farming instructor, $960 plus house, fuel, light and rations; D. Vanasse, Indian interpreter, $900 plus house, fuel, light and rations; A. E. Peterson, dispenser, $120.

6. All salaries shown above and value of allowances are subject to the provisions of the Civil Service Salary Deduction Act of 1932.

radio BROADCASTING-CANADIAN BROADCAST

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LIB

Mr. MacLEAN:

Liberal

1. How many broadcasting stations in

Canada are using the programs of the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission?

2. How many broadcasting stations in Canada are being paid for this service?

3. What amount of money wms paid to each station since the inauguration of the service up to the end of January, 1934?

4. Are any broadcasting stations in Canada using the programs of the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission and giving the same service as the other stations, but, not paid for said service; if so, how many?

5. Are all stations that have a broadcasting licence compelled to use the programs of the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission whether they are paid for this service or not?

Questions

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CON

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

Conservative (1867-1942)

Right Eon. R. B. BENNETT (Prime Minister):

Mr. Speaker, I suggest to the

hon. member that that question be dropped. The select committee set up for the purpose of dealing with problems arising out of the administration of the Broadcasting Act will deal with just such matters as this one, and to discuss in this house a question which may be raised there is not conducive to the best interests of the service which the hon. member doubtless wishes to assist. I suggest, therefore, that the question be dropped, and that he deal with the matter through the committee.

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Pierre Édouard Blondin (Speaker of the Senate)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. SPEAKER:

The question is dropped.

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IMPORTATIONS OF BUTTER FROM NEW ZEALAND

LIB

Mr. SEGUIN:

Liberal

1. What quantity of butter from New Zealand entered Canada each year for 19281929-1930?

2. What quantity of butter entered Canada each year for 1928-1929-1930 coming from Australia or any other country?

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CON

Mr. STEVENS: (Minister of Trade and Commerce)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. The quantity of butter imported (entered for consumption) into Canada from New Zealand for the calendar years 1928, 1929, and 1930, was:

Calendar

years Pounds

1928 16,124,641

1929 33,764,462

1930 37,012,400

2. The quantity of butter imported (entered for consumption) into Canada from Australia, or any other country, for the calendar years 1928, 1929, and 1930, was:

Calendar years 1928 1929 1930Imports from pounds pounds poundsAustralia.. 629,944 274,400 1,422,512United Kingdom. 8,682 1,729,216 111,676United States. .. 38,352 148,051 58,922Alaska

365 ....Bermuda 45Fiji

7,840 ....Italy

37

....Jamaica

33

Netherlands 2,205

Newfoundland

848 500Syria

829 ....

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NEW RICHMOND, QUE., WHARF

LIB

Mr. MARCIL:

Liberal

1. Has the Minister of Public Works been informed that the departmental wharf at New Richmond, Bonaventure county, is badly in

need of repairs and until it is put in condition, pulpwood has to he carried to Maria or Carleton for shipment?

2. If so, will any action he taken shortly in this respect?

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

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. 'It is reported to the department that the public wharf at New Richmond is in need of extensive repairs, and that to enable pulp-wood or lumber to be shipped over it extensive dredging would be required in addition to the cost of the repairs.

2. Matter under consideration.

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UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF-ST. BENOIT JOSEPH LABRE D'AMQUI


Mr. LaRUE: 1. Has the federal government received from the government of the province of Quebec a request for the carrying out of additional relief works in the village and parish of St-Benoit Joseph Labre d'Amqui? 2. If so, on what date and what was the amount involved? 3. Has the federal government complied' with that request? 4. If so, on what date, and on what date was the government of the province of Quebec advised of such compliance?


CON

Mr. GORDON:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Yes.

2. February 19th, 1934, $6,000.

3. Yes.

4. The schedule of works referred to was approved on behalf of the dominion by order in council P.C. 468 dated March 5th, 1934, and the province so advised on March 8th.

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CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS OPERATING REVENUES

LIB

Cameron Ross McIntosh

Liberal

Mr. McINTOSH:

What are the gross and net operating revenues of the Canadian National Railways for each year since date of organization: (a) for its

lines east of Port Arthur and Armstrong: (b) for its lines west of Port Arthur and Armstrong; (c) for its subsidiary lines west of Detroit and Port Huron; (d) for its subsidiary lines in the New England States?

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Robert James Manion (Minister of Railways and Canals)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. MANION:

Mr. Speaker, we have not

that information in our department, but the whole information which we received is in the annual report which is to be tabled shortly. If the hon. member will look at the annual report, and if he does not get the information he desires he may write me a letter which I could pass on to the railway management.

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LIB

Cameron Ross McIntosh

Liberal

Mr. McINTOSH:

I thank the minister.

Questions

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CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-OUTSTANDING BONDS

March 19, 1934