March 22, 1927 (16th Parliament, 1st Session)


John Warwick King

Mr. KING (Kootenay):

We have a chief sanitary inspector whom we are making permanent this year at $3,600, a part time assistant at $1,000, the traveling expenses represent $1,800 and our cooperation with the provincial department of health in collecting water samples from the steamships for analysis requires $2,600, making a total of $9,000. This work is carried on in conjunction with the provincial authorities, and also under an international agreement between the United States and Canada, which relates more particularly to work on the great lakes and the St. Lawrence river.

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