March 16, 1942 (19th Parliament, 3rd Session)

LIB

Mr. ILSLEY: (Minister of Finance and Receiver General)

Liberal

1. Imported pineapple and grape fruit juices are eligible for subsidy, but no claims have been received in respect to pineapple juice.
2. Grapefruit juice is eligible for subsidy on the following basis:
20-oz. tins unsweetened, to the extent laid-down cost exceeds $1.03 per dozen, maximum subsidy 20 cents per dozen.
20-oz. tins sweetened, to the extent laid-down cost exceeds $1.06 per dozen, maximum subsidy 20 cents per dozen.
48-oz. tins unsweetened, to the extent that the laid-down cost exceeds $2.23 per dozen, maximum subsidy 50 cents per dozen.
48-oz. tins sweetened, to the extent that the laid-down cost exceeds $2.34 per dozen, maximum subsidy 50 cents per dozen.
3. Total subsidy payments in respect to grapefruit juice to March 6, 1942 inclusive amount to $11,842.65. It is not in the public interest to indicate the amounts paid to individual importers.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   PRICE CEILING-FRUIT JUICES
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