June 1, 1951

LIB

James Garfield Gardiner (Minister of Agriculture)

Liberal

Mr. Gardiner:

If I undertake to see that it is put on Hansard, if not on today's then on Monday's, will it be all right to carry the item?

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PC

Douglas Scott Harkness

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Harkness:

I do not think we should carry the item. I should like to ask some questions after the information has been put on Hansard.

Item stands.

Progress reported.

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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, on

Monday we shall proceed with the budget bills Nos. 294, 295, and 296, the Excise Tax Act, the Customs Tariff and the Income Tax Act. .

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LIB

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

Liberal

Mr. Fournier (Hull):

Oh, I would leave that to the Minister of Finance. Then, we shall continue with Bill No. 322, an act respecting the Canada post office. Were we fortunate enough to complete that we would take up the resolution in the name of the Minister of Veterans Affairs, the basis of a bill to go before the committee. If we make progress, we shall take up Bills Nos. 355 and 344.

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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, $336,942. 2. Information service, $347,412. 3. Advisory committee on agricultural services, $5,000. 4. Contributions to commonwealth bureaux, $56,821. Science service-science service administration- 5. Operation and maintenance, $276,159. 6. Construction or acquisition of buildings, works, land and new equipment, $713,545. Animal and poultry pathology- 7. Operation and maintenance, $398,585. 8. Construction or acquisition of buildings, works, land and new equipment, $37,115. 9. Bacteriology and dairy research, $155,457. Botany and plant pathology- 10. Operation and maintenance, $1,345,552. 11. Construction or acquisition of buildings, works, land and new equipment, $178,600. Agricultural chemistry- 12. Operation and maintenance, $503,410. 13. Construction or acquisition of buildings, works, land and new equipment, $58,800. Agricultural entomology- 14. Operation and maintenance, $1,663,234. 15. Construction or acquisition of buildings, works, land and new equipment, $182,979. Forest entomology- 16. Operation and maintenance, $1,153,447. 17. Construction or acquisition of buildings, works, land and new equipment, $232,830. Plant protection- 18. Operation and maintenance, $724,119. 19. Construction or acquisition of buildings, works, land and new equipment, $54,400. Experimental farms service- 20. Experimental farms service administration, $162,185. Central experimental farm- 21. Operation and maintenance, $1,686,674. 22. Construction or acquisition of buildings, works, land and new equipment, $249,319. Branch farms and stations and illustration stations- 23. Operation and maintenance, $4,682,078. 24. Construction or acquisition of buildings, works, land and new equipment, $1,195,625. Production service- 25. Production service administration, $58,154. Health of animals- 26. Administration of Animal Contagious Diseases Act and Meat and Canned Foods Act, $4,346,187. 27. Compensation for animals slaughtered, $929,434. 28. Livestock and poultry, $1,443,208. Plant products- 29. Seeds, feeds, fertilizers, insecticides and fungicides control, including grant of $40,000 to Canadian Seed Growers' Association, $1,282,268. 30. 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, $614,400. 31. Grants to agricultural organizations, as detailed in the estimates, $52,500. Marketing service- 32. Marketing service administration, $174,270.



Monday, June 4, 1951


June 1, 1951