3. Frank R. St. Amand, Grand Falls, S275; Johnny Berube, Grand Falls, S330; Arthur E. McCluskey, Grand Falls, $360; Alfred D. Levesque, Grand Falls, $450. Notice was sent the district director of postal services, Saint John, that Frank R. St. Amand was the lowest tenderer. A report from the district director was received in the department stating that Mr. Frank R. St. Amand was not considered qualified to undertake the conveyance of his [DOT] majesty's mail, and the contract was awarded to Johnny Berube, next lowest tenderer.
4. Mr. Frank R. St. Amand was allowed to continue at the old rate until a temporary arrangement was made with Mr. Johnny Berube to continue the service until such time as the contract could be executed.
5. On March 26, 1936, department received an offer from Mr. Johnny Berube to perform service temporarily at $330 per annum instead of $450 per annum as previously authorized with Mr. F. R. St. Amand.
It is impossible to obtain an accurate count of wild animals in a forested area. All figures are therefore necessarily estimated. The 1936 figures are probably more accurate than are those for 1935 as a round-up took place in the fall of 1935-
1. As at April 30, 1935-
(a) Moose, 360.
(b) Deer, 231.
(c) Elk, 489.
(d) Buffalo, 1,999.
As at April 30, 1936-
(a) Moose, 740.
(b) Deer, 246.
(c) Elk, 1,978.
(b) Buffalo, 1.905.
Questions as Orders for Returns
2. (a) 1934-35, none.
(b) 1935-36, 512 buffalo.
3. (a) 1934-35, 316 tons hay.
(b) 1935-36, 529 tons feed, mostly hay, but includes small quantity of straw.
1. Did order in council P.C. 2490 of November 29, 1933, provide for any date of maturity for the repayment of the whole or any part of the $60,000,000 Canadian Pacific Railway loan which was guaranteed by the dominion government?
2. If so, what payment was to be made at each date of maturity?
3. Was another arrangement in that connection made on June 20, 1934?
4. If so, what was it?
5. What payments were made by the Canadian Pacific Railway to the banks (a) on the capital, and (b) on the interest; (1) in 1934, and (2) in 1935?
6. Did the president of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company advise the Minister of Finance this year that arrangements had been made to pay off the balance of $36,000,000 on May 1, 1936?
7. If so, on what date?
8. Was the Minister of Finance advised by the chartered banks that the principal amount of the loan together with interest thereon, had been paid on May 1st?
Topic: CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY-LOANS AND GUARANTEES