In the year ended December 31, 1951, harbour dues amounted to $17,757. Ordinary operating expenses amounted to $8,346 and expenditures that were considered capital were an additional $10,161, leaving a net deficit of $750 which of course was made up from previous surpluses.
I would think that would be in the old act. I have not got it before me, but of course that is similar to other acts that have been passed by the house, notably the port of Alberni act to which I referred.
that the house go into committee to consider the following resolution:
That it is expedient to introduce a measure intituled, ''An act respecting currency, the Royal Canadian Mint and the exchange fund," providing therein for certain administrative changes, and repealing the Currency Act, part II of the Department of Finance and Treasury Board Act, sections twenty-eight, twenty-nine and thirty of the Bank of Canada Act and the Foreign Exchange Control Act.
Subtopic: ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES RESPECTING CURRENCY, THE MINT AND THE EXCHANGE FUND