March 20, 1935

PRIVATE BILL

FIRST READING-SENATE BILL


Bill No. 33, for the relief of Ray Leitman Aronoff.-Mr. Garland (Carleton).


GOLD EXPORT ACT AMENDMENT


Hon. E. N. RHODES (Minister of Finance) moved for leave to introduce Bill No. 42, to amend the Gold Export Act. Motion agreed to and bill read the first time.


QUESTIONS


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk).


ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE-MARITIME PROVINCES

LIB

Mr. MICHAUD:

Liberal

1. What was the total cost for medical attention for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police force, in each of the three maritime provinces, during each of the years 1932, 1933 and 1934?

2. What are the names and addresses of the medical attendants for the three maritime provinces, and the amount paid each, for each of the years 1932, 1933 and 1934?

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CON

Hugh Guthrie (Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. GUTHRIE:

Nova Scotia-

Name-Address

Dr. C. S. Cavanagh, Dingwall

Dr. K. A. MacKenzie, Halifax

Dr. L. J. LaBlanc, Chetieamp

Dr. C.' K. Fuller, Yarmouth

Dr. J. R. McCleave, Digby

Dr. C. 0. Walsh, Sydney

Dr. D. S. McCurdy, Truro

Dr. T. E. Belleveau, Meteghan

Dr. L. F. Dorion, Little Brook

Dr. D. A. Macleod, Sydney

Dr. J. S. Wickwire, Liverpool

Dr. S. W. Williamson, Yarmouth

Dr. F. R. Davis, Bridgewater

Dr. C. W. Stramberg, Trenton

Dr. John Bell, New Glasgow

Drs. Creighton & Hewat, Lunenburg.. ..

Dr. J. S. Brean, Mulgrave

Dr. J. B. Reid, Truro

Dr. D. W. Archibald, Sydney Mines .. ..

Dr. M. J. Macauley, Sydney

Dr. A. R. Reid, Windsor

Dr. J. A. Langille, Pugwash

' Dr. L. P. Churchill. Shelburne

Dr. J. S. Murray, River John

Dr. D. A. Campbell, Bridgewater

Dr. D. F. MacDonald, Yarmouth

Dr. E. B. Hall, Bridgetown

Dr. H. K. MacDonald, Halifax

Dr. P. A. MacDonald, Halifax

Dr. D. R. MacRae, Sydney Mines

Dr. T. R. Ford, Liverpool

Dr. H. V. Kent, Tfuro

Dr. J. F. McCauley, Sydney

Dr. John Rankin, Halifax

Dr. Digout, St. Peters

Dr. L. R. Meech, North Sydney

Dr. W. V. Goodwin, Pugwash

Dr. M. R. Young, Pictou

Dr. W. T. McKeough, Sydney Mines.. ..

Dr. J. H. McDonald. Sherbrooke

Drs. Mathers & Doull, Halifax

Dr. A. E. Macintosh, Amherst

Dr. G. W. T. Farish, Yarmouth

Dr. Russell C. Zinck, Lunenburg

Dr. R. C. Zinck, Lunenburg

Dr. W. N. Rehfuss, Bridgewater

Dr. T. A. Kirkpatrick, Kentville

Dr. A. A. Shaffner, Halifax

Dr. A. M. Wilson, Barrington

Dr. L. 0. Fuller, Shelburne

Dr. W. P. Mackasie, Halifax

Dr. J. J. Carroll, Antigonish

Dr. J. N. McDonald, Sherbrooke

Dr. J. P. McKenna, Antigonish

Dr. J. W. Merritt, Halifax

Dr. W. W. Patton, Point Morien

Dr. J. S. Munro, North Sydney

Dr. D. MacMillan, Sheet Harbour

Dr. A. F. McGregor, New Glasgow

Dr. W. F. Robbins. New Glasgow

Dr. R. M. Benvie, Stellarton

Dr. E. S. Mackenzie, New Glasgow

Dr. T. T. Monaghan, Sherbrooke

Dr. J. N. Smith, Guysborough

Dr. J. W. Sutherland, Amherst

Dr. T. J. Wallace, Halifax

Dr. N. MacDonald, Sydney Mines

Dr. C. H. Morris, Windsor

Dr. J. W. T. Patton, Truro

Dr. G. A. Dunn, Pictou

Dr. H. 0. Homans, Hubbards

Dr. S. T. Florian. North Ingonish

Dr. J. R. McLeod, Point Hawkesbury.. ..

1932 1933 1934 Total

25 00 25 00

40 00 10 00 50 00

3 00 3 00

75 00 75 00

27 00 2'66 67 50 96 50

5 00 5 00

24 00 83 00 107 0O5 00 9 50 14 506 00 6 0055 00 55 005 00 5 005 00 5 0072 00 47'66 119 0016 00 16 009 00 25 00 34 0056 20 56 20140 40 140 4012 00 12 005 00 5 0028 00 ioi"66 189 006 00 34 50 40 5033 00 33 002 00 36" 66 38 0010 50 38 50 48 5515 00 15 00113 45 164 '66 29 25 306 7029 00 19 00 48 005 00 5 005 00 50 "66 130'66 185 005 00 19 25 24 2522 00 5 50 27 5014 00 28 00 42 008 00 8 006 66 9 0018 25 18 2541 50 41 5020 25 20 2540 00 40 00100 00 100 008 00 8 00ii *66 li'oo35 00 35 0047 65 47 6526 15 26 15225 50 34 50 260 004 00 4 005 00 5 0011 00 11 002 00 2 0010 00 10 0083 00 83 0016 00 16 004 85 4 8535 00 35 007 50 7 5048 00 48 0030 00 36" 66 60 0018 00 .... 18 0018 00 18 00128 00 128 0010 15 .... 10 156 00 6 0015 25 15 252 00 - 2 002i'66* 2i "662 00 2 005 00 5 003 00 3 0021 50 36 66 57 5017 00 17 002 00 2 00

Questions

Name-Address

Dr. A. J. McNeil, Mabou

Dr. James Proudfoot. Inverness.. Dr. J. J. MacKay, New Glasgow.. Dr. H. F. Sutherland, Guysborougk Dr. T. M. Sieniewicz, Halifax.. .. Dr. T. A. Tupper, Lunenburg. . .. Dr. J. A. Bergeron, Matane, Que.. Dr. Leon Pelletier, Gaspe, Que.. .. Dr. Gerald C. W, Bliss, Amherst.. Dr. J. S. Munro, North Sydney.. . Dr. D. F. MacDonald, Yarmouth.. Dr. Charles Fuller, Yarmouth.. .. Dr. P. A. MacDonald, Halifax.. ..

Dr. T. E. Ford, Liverpool

Dr. H. M. Eaton, Halifax

Dr. R. M. Benvie, Stellarton

Dr. H. K. MacDonald, Halifax.. .

Dr. W. Q. Dickie. Digby

Dr. F. R. Davis, Bridgewater.. ..

Dr. J. R. McCleave, Digby

Dr. B. Miller, New Waterford. . ..

Dr. F. J. McLeod, Inverness

Dr. G. R. Forbes, Kentville

Dr. W. G. Dawson, Halifax

Dr. D. A. Haverstock. Halifax. . .

Dr. S. K. Oldfield. Halifax

Dr. A. W. Faulkner, Halifax

Dr. A. Robichaud, Tracadie

Dr. S. W. Spicer, Kentville

Pathological

Name-Address

Dr. R. P. Smith, Halifax

New Brunswick-

Dr. E. H. Freeman, Chatham

Dr. E. F. Woolverton, Woodstock

Dr. A. R. Landry, Moncton

Dr. G. A. Mowatt, Campbellton

Dr. J. R. Lockhart, Edmundston

Dr. A. F. Vanwart, Fredericton

Dr. A. L. Gerow, Fredericton

Dr. W. H. Coffyn, Bathurst

Dr. G. C. Legere, Buetouche

Dr. J. A. Guy, Shippegan

Dr. D, B. McKenzie, Chatham

Dr. L. H. Price, Moncton

Dr. E. 0. Thomas, St. Stephen.. .. ['

Dr. R. L. Ellis, Jacquet River

Dr. D. C. Malcolm, Saint John

Dr. R. G. Girvan, Moncton

Dr. J. E. Garnwath, Riverside.. .. !. !

Dr. H. M. Gardiner, Minto

Sr" 5' Clarke, St. Stephen

Dr. C. A. Clouthier, St. Leonards.. ..

Dr. B. F. Johnson, Saint John

Dr. G. C. Vanwart, Fredericton !

Dr. A. B. McKenzie, Loggieville

Dr. F. J. Cheesman, St. George.. ..

Dr. M. E. Cummins, Bath. . "

Dr. R. D. MacNeill, Port Elgin.'.' "

Dr. J. F. Macaulay, Grand Manan

Dr. E. Chiasson, Dalhousde

Dr. G. B. Peat, Saint John "

Dr. R. Boulay, Kedgewick . . .. " j] "

Dr. C. J. Veniot, Bathurst

Dr. H. J. Taylor, St. George "

Dr. J. A. Leblanc, Shippegan

Dr. F. R. Connell, Saint John

Dr. F. E. Burden, Moncton

Dr. H. R. Dean, Sussex

Dr. T. E. Kennedy, Sussex ''

Dr. L. E. Rodidoux, Shediac

Dr. J. A. M. Bell, Newcastle

Dr. F. C. Simns, Edmundston

1932 1933 1934 Total

5 00 5 00

7 50 7 50

11 00 11 00

16 00 31'66 47 00

25 00 25 00

6 00 6 00

5 00 5 00

3 50 3 50

2 00 2 00

59 50 8i 50 141 00

34 75 34 75

55 00 55 00

110 00 110 00

26 50 26 50

48 25 48 25

100'66 100'66

106 50 106 50

29 00 29 00

55 00 55 00

39 99 39 00

189'66 189 00

44 00 44 00

72 00 72 00

45 00 45 00

72 50 72 50

48 50 48 50

39 50 39 50

Examinations 39 00 39 001932 1933 1934 Total40 00 40 0015 00 15 0029 00 169'66 ii "66 209 00159 00 372 00 110 50 641 5015 00 60 30 75 30 150 6024 00 3 00 27 00118 00 335 00 87 '66 540 006 00 86 00 27 00 119 0012 85 24 00 29 35 66 2037 00 50 00 8 00 95 006 00 6 007 65 7 6532 00 47'66 79 0012 00 13 00 12 *66 37 00* 2 00 2 0026 00 160'66 126'66 306 0025 00 25 00i6*6o ii *66 21 0013 00 2 00 15 005 00 4 00 9 0024 00 3 00 27 0024 00 24 0062 00 84*66 146 00100 00 100 0059 45 1535 74 8031 00 28 00 59 002 00 2 0039 60 7666 109 6012 00 12 004 00 4 004 00 8*75 12 751 00 1 003 00 3 0019 50 19 503 00 3 0012 00 12 0012 50 12 5054 00 38 *66 92 0023 00 23 0010 00 68*66 78 0010 00 10 00

Questions

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BANK OF CANADA-ASSETS

LIB

Mr. MACKENZIE (Vancouver):

Liberal

1. What were the total assets of the Bank of Canada when it opened for business?

2. What were the various amounts of such assets under headings of: (1) dominion gold; (2) hank gold; (3) securities; (4) Canadian government account; (5) assets of any other nature?

Mr. RHODES;

1 and 2. In so far as the government is in a position to give the information, the answer to the questions will be found in the statement of assets and liabilities of the

(Mr. Guthrie.]

Bank of Canada published in the Canada Gazette on the 16th of March, supplemented by the following:

The amount of gold held as security for dominion notes in circulation, transferred to the bank was $69,455,439.44, valued at $20.67 a fine ounce.

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BANK OF CANADA-GOLD FROM CHARTERED BANKS

LIB

Mr. MACKENZIE (Vancouver):

Liberal

1. When did the Bank of Canada open for

business?

2. Howr much gold was taken over from the chartered banks of Canada?

Questions as Orders for Returns

3. At ivhat valuation?

4. How much gold was left with the chartered banks?

5. Can the chartered banks dispose of such gold at present market values?

0. Who decided how much of the bank gold should be left with the chartered banks?

7. Was an order in council passed with reference to this?

8 On what basis was the amount fixed?

9. What was the number, if any, of such order in council?

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Mr. RHODES: (Minister of Finance and Receiver General)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. On March 11, 1935.

2 to 9. Section 28 of the Bank of Canada Act requires that every chartered bank shall transfer to the Bank of Canada all gold coin and bullion owned and held by it in Canada. The transfer is made at the present standard value fixed by the Currency Act. The Bank of Canada Act provides that any profit resulting from the sale of gold transferred to the bank, or resulting from any change in the monetary standard, shall be paid into the consolidated revenue fund. It is provided, however, that if the governor in council is satisfied that the gold at the time of transfer was held against liabilities elsewhere in Canada, the profit shall belong to the chartered bank. The governor in council has not yet taken action under this provision.

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BANK OF CANADA-NOTES ISSUED

LIB

Mr. MACKENZIE (Vancouver):

Liberal

1. To what total amount have notes been issued by the Bank of Canada?

2. In what denominations have such notes Seen issued?

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Mr. RHODES: (Minister of Finance and Receiver General)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. According to the statement of assets and liabilities of the Bank of Canada, as at March 13, 1935-897,805,664.94.

2. $1, $2, $5, $10, 820, 850, $100, $500 and

81,000.

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BANK OF CANADA-SOLICITORS

LIB

Mr. MACKENZIE (Vancouver):

Liberal

1. Has the Bank of Canada appointed any particular firm as solicitors or legal advisers tor the bank?

2 If so, which firm?

3. What are the terms and conditions in regard to salary, etc., on which such firm has been engaged?

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March 20, 1935