March 20, 1941 (19th Parliament, 2nd Session)

NAT

Mr. BLACK (Cumberland):

National Government

1. Has the Department of Public Works a dredge at Liverpool, Nova Scotia? If so, state, (a) when it was last in service and where it operated; (b) what has been the cost each year since 1935, for repairs, caretakers, rental for storage or wharfage accommodation, other expenses?
2. When was such dredge built, what is the present estimated value, and what is the estimated cost to put it in satisfactory working condition?
Mr. CARDIN;
1. Yes, dredge "No. 115."
(a) 1930-31 at Liverpool, Brooklyn, and Loclceport, N.S.
(b) 1935-36 1936-37Repairs
Nil NilCaretaker $2,007 10 $1,765 08Storage and wharfage.. 688 50 646 75Stores, etc
557 30 235 00
*To January 31, 1941.
2. (a) 1906; (b) $45,000; (c) $14,675.
1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41* *Nil $ 130 06 $ 85 00 $ 16 15$2,061 28 2,064 51 2,096 78 1,730 65638 25 638 75 640 50 535 50192 45 346 02 90 49 175 00

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   LIVERPOOL, N.S., DREDGE
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