Sanford Johnston CROWE

CROWE, The Hon. Sanford Johnston

Parliamentary Career

December 17, 1917 - October 4, 1921
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  Burrard (British Columbia)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 1 of 7)


April 19, 1921

Mr. CROWE:

What is the weight of the present five-cent piece?

Topic:   CURRENCY ACT AMENDMENT
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April 19, 1921

Mr. CROWE:

My reason for asking is

that when you are using the pay telephone you have to put five cents in the slot. Will the new five-cent piece be suitable for that purpose? Has there been any objection at all raised to the new five-cents piece by the Telephone Companies, or by people who now use the pay telephone?

Topic:   CURRENCY ACT AMENDMENT
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March 31, 1921

Mr. CROWE:

The latter part of the item refers to: "forestry studies." Is that work in a forestry products laboratory?

Topic:   THE AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT
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June 2, 1920

Mr. CROWE:

You could use the same

argument as to vessels being near the home ports of the seamen in the ease of vessels plying up and down the coast, which have to pay this tax.

Topic:   SUPERVISOR OF CHAR SERVICE-PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS.
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June 2, 1920

Mr. CROWE:

Does the minister think

that seamen on the lakes do not get sick as well as seamen on the ocean?

Topic:   SUPERVISOR OF CHAR SERVICE-PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS.
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