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3. All the accounts for the bonus on bait frozen for the year 1904 have not yet been received.
4. Frog Pond, 11,150 pounds; Miminegash,
40.000 pounds ; Alberton, 40,300 pounds ; North Rustico, 40,084 poundsi; Bayfield, 45,500 pounds ; Eastern Harbour, 43,200 pounds ; Ingonish Ferry, 42,200 pounds ; Petit de Grat, 40,000 pounds ; Whitehead,
41.000 pounds ; Port Beckerton, 34,000 48
pounds; Shediac, 43,000 pounds ; Ketch Harbour, 42,000 pounds ; Half Island Cove,
45,000 pounds ; Sambro, 50,900 pounds ; Sandy Cove, 46,000 pounds ; La Have, 21,000 pounds ; Westport, 44,190 pounds ; Clark's Harbour, 22,000 pounds ; Bonaven-ture River, 49,800 pounds ; Caplin, 38,800 pounds.
The reports from the other freezers do not specify the quantity of bait frozen during 1904.
5. Yes ; one at Anse & le Barbe, GaspS, and another at Lockport, Nova Scotia.
Under the regulations covering the construction of these bait freezers the department pays half the cost of construction and equipment up to a sum of one thousand dollars.
6. The regulations provide that in any locality where twenty or more fishermen form themselves into an association, with a capital stock of not less than five hundred dollars, the department will give the assistance referred to in answer to question No. 5.
February 22, 1905 (10th Parliament, 1st Session)
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