June 12, 1950


At eleven o'clock the house adjourned, without question put, pursuant to standing order. [The following items were passed in committee of supply]:


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


Administration service- 1. Departmental administration, $293,670. 2. Information service, $316,495. 3. Advisory committee on agricultural services, $5,000. 4. Contributions to commonwealth bureaux, $5S,-821. [DOT] Science service- 5. Science service administration, $1,229,750. 6. Animal and poultry pathology, $388,640. 3532



Supply-Agriculture 7. Bacteriology and dairy research, $177,305. 8. Botany and plant pathology, $1,343,687. 9. Agricultural chemistry, $495,320. 10. Agricultural entomology, $1,546,510. 11. Forest entomology, $1,222,839. 12. Plant protection, $731,705. Experimental farms service- 13. Experimental farms service administration, $129,780. 14. Central experimental farm, $1,868,118. 15. Branch farms and stations and illustration stations, $5,977,447. Production service- 16. Production service administration, $56,015. Health of animals- 17. Administration of Animal Contagious Diseases Act, and Meat and Canned Foods Act, $3,661,965. 18. Compensation for animals slaughtered, $1,091,292. 19. Live stock and poultry, $1,342,738. Plant products- 20. Seeds, feeds, fertilizers, insecticides and fungicides control, including grant of $40,000 to Canadian Seed Growers' Association, $1,261,533. 21. Grants to fairs and exhibitions, under such terms and conditions as may be approved by the governor in council and subject to allocation by the treasury board, $536,400. 22. Grants to agricultural organizations, as detailed in the estimates, $44,500.



Tuesday, June 13, 1950


June 12, 1950