1. During the year 1936-1937 and January and February, 1938, what tonnage of fuel coal was supplied the Canadian National Railways, by months, from each of the following districts: (a) Maccan; (b) Springhill; (c) New Glasgow; (d) other Nova Scotia districts?
2. What price is paid for Nova Scotia coal f.o.b. cars Canadian National Railways tracks at above districts?
3. What is the cost per ton mile for hauling fuel coal from Nova Scotia to New Brunswick points?
4. At what points in New Brunswick was the above mentioned Nova Scotia coal used, and what tonnage of each?
5. What is the policy of the Canadian National Railways in buying fuel coal?
6. Is competition developed between operators and districts, and all compelled to accept the lowest price offered?
7. Is any consideration given to the possibility of paying a proper standard of wages?
8. How much Canadian National Railways fuel coal is purchased in Nova Scotia for use in: (a) New Brunswick; (b) Nova Scotia; (c) Quebec; (d) Ontario?
9. How much New Brunswick coal is purchased for use in each of the above provinces?
Subtopic: CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-COAL