July 1, 1942 (19th Parliament, 3rd Session)

LIB

Joseph Enoil Michaud (Minister of Public Works; Minister of Fisheries)

Liberal

Mr. MICHAUD:

1 and 2. No. However, Toronto Shipbuilding Company Limited (formerly Dufferin Shipbuilding Company Limited) does rent from Dufferin Paving & Crushed Stone Limited (a subsidiary of Dufferin Construction Company Limited) the following crawler cranes at the following rentals:

Questions
No. of units Crane No. Rating Make1 18 25 ton Koehring1 10 20 ton Dominion1 1 10 ton Koehring1 11 7i ton Koehring1 14 7\ ton Erie
Monthly rental
Model Type First shift Second shift601 Gasoline $750 00 $375 00Diesel 935 00 470 00301 Gasoline 565 00 285 002-A Gasoline 510 00 255 00Gasoline 510 00 255 00
The full first shift rental is payable each month; the second shift rental is paid at one twenty-sixth of the rental shown for each day the crane is operated on the second shift.
It is the intention to retain the above equipment only pending delivery of new cranes now on order, and in fact on June 5, 1942, notice of intention to release the "Erie" crane, crane No. 14, was given and this crane will be returned to its owners on July 3, 1942.
3. All the above equipment is kept in good operating condition.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   RENTAL OF DERRICKS FROM DUFFERIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
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