March 24, 1941

WAR-TIME RESTRICTIONS ON SALE OF LIQUOR

NAT

Wilbert Ross Aylesworth

National Government

Mr. AYLESWORTH:

How many requests in the form of resolutions and/or petitions from public bodies or others advocating war-time restrictions on the sale of liquor have been received by the government, or any member thereof, since July 24, 1940?

Topic:   QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic:   WAR-TIME RESTRICTIONS ON SALE OF LIQUOR
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ILLEGAL STILLS IN MANITOBA

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Mr. COLD WELL:

1. How many cases have been prosecuted in the province of Manitoba for operation or possession of illegal stills in the last three years?

2. Who were the prosecuting attorneys in each case?

3. How many offered to plead guilty?

4. In how many cases did the accused plead guilty?

5. How many pleaded not guilty?

G. What fees were paid in connection with each case?

7. Has Mr. S. Hart Green, K.C., of Winnipeg, Manitoba, been the only counsel engaged in the prosecution of such eases since April 1, 1940? If not, what other counsel were engaged?

8. In how many cases since April 1, 1940, has the plea of guilty been made by the accused and accepted by the court?

^ 9. What sums were paid to Mr. S. Hart Green, K.C., for legal services for the three years prior to April 1, 1940?

10. What sums have been paid to Mr. S. Hart Green, K.C., since April 1, 1940?

Topic:   QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic:   ILLEGAL STILLS IN MANITOBA
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FOUNDATION COMPANY, LIMITED

IND

Mr. LACOMBE:

Independent Liberal

1. Who are the directors of Foundation Company, Limited, and has this company secured a contract for the manufacture of munitions at St. Paul l'Ermite, Quebec?

2. Who are the directors of Canadian Car Munitions, Limited, and is this company executing part of a contract awarded to Foundation Company, Limited?

3. Upon what dates and in what year were the abovenamed companies incorporated?

4. Who are the presidents and managers of these companies?

Topic:   QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic:   FOUNDATION COMPANY, LIMITED
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FEDERAL LOANS TO PROVINCES

NAT

Mr. McGREGOR:

National Government

1. What loans have been made by the dominion government to the provinces which are now outstanding?

2. What is the amount of each such loan?

3. What is the date upon which each such loan was made?

4. What is the maturity date of each such loan?

5. What was the purpose for which each such loan was made?

Topic:   QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic:   FEDERAL LOANS TO PROVINCES
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FOREIGN EXCHANGE CONTROL-AMENDMENTS TO ACT

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Mr. CASSELMAN:

1. Have any amendments, alterations or changes been made by order in council or otherwise to part 1, schedule 1, of the War Exchange Conservation Act, 1940?

2. If so, what is the nature of each such amendment, alteration or change?

3. What was the purpose of each such amendment, alteration or change?

Topic:   FOREIGN EXCHANGE CONTROL-AMENDMENTS TO ACT
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WOOD ISLAND, P.E.I.-CARIBOU, N.S., FERRY SERVICE

NAT

Air. BLACK (Cumberland):

National Government

1. What have been the expenditures and estimates for acquisitions of lands for wharf, terminals, dredging, harbour approaches and the improvements at Wood island, Prince Edward Island for the projected ferry service, (a) to December 31, 1940; (b) to complete

the project; (e) total cost completed; (d) annual maintenance costs?

Loans to British Columbia

2. What have been the expenditures and estimates for acquisitions of lands for wharf, terminals, dredging, harbour approaches and the improvements at Caribou, JPictou county, Nova Scotia, for projected ferry service, (a) to December 31, 1941; (b) to complete the project;

(c) total cost completed; (a) annual mainfpnnnr-p posts ^

3. What have been the total expenditures (a) for purchase, (b) rental, (c) subsidies, for boats to operate the projected ferry service, stating to whom such payments are made?

4. What ferry service is proposed for 1941, stating, (a) name of boats, size, draft, carrying capacity of automobiles, trucks and freight tonnage; (b) the schedule for daily trips, including Sundays, and rates or fees for passengers, automobiles, trucks and freight; (c) the owner and operator of the boats; (d) the annual subsidy and other costs, also period contract to run?

Topic:   WOOD ISLAND, P.E.I.-CARIBOU, N.S., FERRY SERVICE
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ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE-OFFICERS

NAT

Mr. HAZEN:

National Government

1. (a) How many officers, non-flying, special reserve, under 33 years of age, hold commissions in the directorate of personnel R.C.A.F.; (b) of this number, how many hold the rank of flight lieutenant or higher rank, acting or temporary?

2. (a) How many officers, non-flying, special reserve, holding commissions in the directorate of personnel R.C.A.F., have had active service in a theatre of war with the R.F.C., R.N.A.S., or R.A.F.; (b) how many of these officers have the rank of night lieutenant or higher rank, acting or temporary?

3. (a) How many officers, non-flying, special reserve, of 33 years and over, hold commissions in the directorate of personnel in the R.C.A.F. who have had no service in an active theatre of war; (b) how many of these officers hold the rank of flight lieutenant or higher rank, acting or temporary?

4. (a) How many officers, non-flying, special reserve, from N.P.A.M. units hold commissions in the directorate of personnel R.C.A.F., with the rank of flight lieutenant; (b) of these, how many have served in an active theatre of war from 1914 to 1918; (c) how many have served in Canada or England only: (d 1 how many had no service in the war of 1914-1918?

o. How many recruiting officers are there in the R.C.A.F.; (a) with previous service in the R.A.F. in a theatre of war; (b) with previous service in the R.A.F., in England or in Canada; (c) with previous service in the army or navy in any theatre of war; (d) with previous service in the army or navy, but not in a theatre of war; (e) without previous service in the army, navy, or air force?

6. (a) How many commissioned officers of recruiting centres are there; (b) what is the rank, acting or temporary, of each recruiting officer as at March 15, 1941; (c) what is the record of service of the commanding officer of each recruiting centre?

Topic:   ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE-OFFICERS
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BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE

EASTER ADJOURNMENT

LIB

Thomas Alexander Crerar (Minister of Mines and Resources)

Liberal

Hon. T. A. CRERAR (for the Prime Minister) moved:

That when this house adjourns on Wednesday the 9th of April next, it stand adjourned until Monday the 28th of April, 1941.

Topic:   BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE
Subtopic:   EASTER ADJOURNMENT
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Motion agreed to.


LOANS TO PROVINCES

BRITISH COLUMBIA-QUESTION OF REDUCTION OR REPAYMENT

March 24, 1941