June 16, 1948

BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE

LIB

Alphonse Fournier (Minister of Public Works; Leader of the Government in the House of Commons; Liberal Party House Leader)

Liberal

Mr. FOURNIER (Hull):

Mr. Speaker, I move the adjournment of the house. Tomorrow we shall take up Bill No. 344, to amend the Lord's Day Act; Bill No. 195, to provide for the investigation, conciliation and settlement of industrial disputes; Bill No. 343, to amend the Government Annuities Act. When these have been considered we shall go into committee of supply, taking the estimates of trade and commerce, reconstruction and supply, veterans affairs and agriculture.

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Motion agreed to, and the house adjourned at 11.15 p.m. [The following items were passed in committee of supply]:


NATIONAL HEALTH AND WELFARE


National health branch- 246. National health branch administration, $122,823. 247. Food and drugs, $540,953. 248. Proprietary or patent medicines, $24,556. 249. Opium and narcotic drugs, $115,144. 250. Quarantine and leprosy, $251,334. 251. Laboratory of hygiene, $267,354. 252. Immigration medical inspection (including "maintenance, non-resident seamen", formerly under demobilization and reconversion), $643,683. 253. Child and maternal health, $71,565. 254. Public health engineering. $161,292. 255. Treatment of sick mariners, $437,981. 256. Industrial health, $99,364. 257. Civil service health, $212,630. 258. Nutrition, $150,816. Combating veneral diseases- 259. Administration, $37,363. 260. Assistance to provinces for control of venereal disease under regulations approved by the governor in council, $175,000. 261. Distribution of drugs under regulations approved by the governor in council, $50,000. 262. Health insurance studies, $23,302. 263. Dental health, $42,551. 264. Hospital designs, $24,664. 265. Mental health, $79,847. 266. Blindness control, $44,510. 267. Epidemiology, $22,704. 268. Grants to institutions assisting sailors, in the amounts detailed in the estimates, $2,400. 269. Medical services-Indians and Eskimos, $7,187,530. 270. Grants to hospitals which care for Indians and Eskimos, $55,600. 271. Civil aviation medicine, $21,704. 272. Welfare branch administration, $37,098. Family allowances- 273. Administration, $1,717,513. Old age pensions (including pensions to the blind)- 274. Administration, $59,832. National physical fitness- 275. Administration, $48,871. 276. Assistance to provinces. $100,353. 277. Assistance to schools of social work, $50,600. Miscellaneous grants-) 278. Canadian Welfare Council, $12,600. 279. Canadian National Committee for Mental Hygiene, $10,000. 280. Health League of Canada, $10,000. 281. Canadian Public Health Association, $5,000. . 282. Canadian National Institute for the Blind, $18,000. 283. L'Assoeiation Canadienne Franeaise des Aveugles, $4,050. 284. L'lnstitut Nazareth de Montreal, $4,050. 285. Montreal Association for the Blind, $4,050. 286. Canadian Tuberculosis Association, $20,250. 287. Victorian Order of Nurses, $13,100. 288. St. John Ambulance Association. $4,050. 289. Canadian Red Cross Society, $10,000. 290. Canadian Nurses' Association, $9,719. ' 291. War charities division administration, $13,412. 292. Division of voluntary war relief, $7,259.



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June 16, 1948