April 18, 1962 (24th Parliament, 5th Session)

PC

Donald Methuen Fleming (Minister of Finance and Receiver General)

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Fleming (Eglinlon) moved:

Resolved, that a sum not exceeding $1,704,710,347.93, being the aggregate of-
(a) five twelfths of the total of the amounts of the items set forth in the main estimates for the fiscal year ending March 31st, 1963, laid before the House of Commons at the present session of parliament, $1,666,406,647.92;
(b) an additional one third of the amounts of external affairs items 40, 45 , 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, 105, 107, 110, 120, 140 and 145, finance items 50 and 70, forestry item 11, legislation items 30 and 35, mines and technical surveys item 20, national defence item 70, national film board item 5, privy council item 40, public works item 200 and transport items 65 and 170, of the said estimates, $5,451,575.00;
(c) an additional one quarter of the amounts of forestry items 5 and 20, northern affairs and national resources item 10, loans, investments and advances items 120 and 125 of the said estimates, $3,199,700.00;
(d) an additional one sixth of the amounts of citizenship and immigration item 90, fisheries items 30 and 45, legislation item 25, mines and technical surveys items 30, 35, 80 and 130, northern affairs and national resources items 50 and 120, privy council item 30, transport items 60, 80, 85 and 125 of the said estimates, $4,550,983.34;
(e) an additional one twelfth of the amounts of external affairs item 35, fisheries items 25, 85 and 90, forestry items 15 and 25, labour items 5 and 40, mines and technical surveys items 40, 50, 70 and 100, national defence item 45, national film board item 1, national health and welfare item 25, national research council item 1, national revenue item 5, northern affairs and national resources items 15, 20, 25 , 45, 70, 75, 100, 108 and 118, public works item 190, trade and commerce item 26, transport items 30, 35, 40 120 and 222, veterans affairs item 60 of the said estimates, $25,101,441.67;
be granted to Her Majesty on account of the fiscal year ending March 31st, 1963.
He said: Mr. Chairman, I think perhaps the committee would be prepared to give consent to dispense with your reading of this resolution. Copies have been furnished to hon. members opposite and the details have been supplied to hon. members in the form in which they now appear before you. There are a great number of items and amounts here.

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