May 26, 1930 (16th Parliament, 4th Session)

LIB

William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Liberal

Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

cil P.C. 539, dated 30th March, 1928. A de- 1. $7,596,852.89.
2. 20 per cent reductions July 1 to December 31, 1927 Calendar Year 1928 Calendar Year 1929 T otal$ s $ $Canadian National Railways Eastern Lines.... Canadian Pacific Railway, including Fredericton and Grand Lake Coal & Railway, New Brunswick Coal and Railway Company
Atlantic, Quebec and Western Railway 931,809 89 130,962 64 9,974 20 4,905 52 890 39 13,597 03 86,971 71 10,980 96 150,408 00 12,964 11 2,151,527 75 261,051 34 24,015 70 12,370 03 3,237 85 31,507 33 180,936 59 21,436 23 277,632 24 16,705 85 2,451,818 12 258,494 36 *6,786 23 *5,143 29 3,412 32 32,064 79 197,804 72 20,395 47 257,914 02 29,134 21 5,535,155 76 650,508 34 40,776 13 22,418 84 7,540 56 77,169 15 465,713 02 52,812 66 685,954 26 58,804 17Quebec Oriental Railway Company Canada and Gulf Terminal Railway
Cumberland Railway and Coal Co Dominion Atlantic Railway Maritime Coal, Railway & Power Company.... Sydney & Louisburg Railway Company
Temiscouata Railway Company
1,353,464 45 2,980,420 91 3,262,967 53 7,596,852 89

Deficit, Eastern Lines
3. Canadian National Railways, Eastern Lines deficits (other than occurring from Maritime Freight Rates Act) 2,117,936 42 4,200,356 51 4,762,217 22 11,080,510 15

3,471,400 87 7,180,777 42 8,025,184 75 18,677,363 04

*These Gaspe lines acquired by Canadian National Railways June 1, 1929.

Questions

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   MARITIME FREIGHT RATES ACT, PAYMENTS
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