March 11, 1910 (11th Parliament, 2nd Session)

LIB

George Perry Graham (Minister of Railways and Canals)

Liberal

Mr. GRAHAM.

I think I can give my hon. friend to-night all the information that he can imagine, and his imagination has been working pretty hard. I beg to give him the following information on that point:
Statement of expenditure from September,
1901, to 31st December, 1909.
Summary.
Instruments $ 3,200 75Supplies
425,267 58Engineering
1,968,704 11Camp outfit.,
58,749 54General expenses
559,038 50Freight and express
44,349 46Medical service
3,993 77Right of way and station grounds 1,381,433 52Furniture
14,901 38Grading
39,106,040 53Clearing
856.339 87Grubbing
302,888 21Bridges, trestles and culverts.. 9,905,511 31Ties
1,741,804 45Rails
6,121,991 57Crossings, cattle-guards and signs 33,042 91Track-laying and surfacing.. .. 537,849 48Frogs and switches
137,733 08Interlocking or signal apparatus. 19,558 89Fencing right of way
242,432 86Telegraph line
103,781 15Legal expenses
2,312 92Ballast and ballasting
642,677 04Water stations
82,291 87Station buildings and fixtures.. 53,394 48Yards and terminals
9,292 82Tunnels
256,639 00Track fastenings
942,055 43Shops, roundhouses and turntables
334,911 47Shop, machinery and tools.. .. 588 98Miscellaneous structures
3,972 68

Less contract reserve 3,247,295 63

Topic:   SUPPLY.
Subtopic:   H, 1910
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