March 23, 1904

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Bulletin IX.

-Infirmities of the people.

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Bulletin X.

-Ages of the people.

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Subtopic:   COST OF CENSUSES.
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Bulletin XI.

-Agricultural statistics, Prince Edward Island.

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Bulletin XII.

-Agricultural statistics, British Columbia.

Bulletin XIII-Agricultural statistics,

Xova' Scotia.

Bulletin XIV.-Agricultural statistics,

Northwest Territories.

Bulletin XV.-Agricultural statistics,

Manitoba.

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Bulletin XVI.

-Agricultural statistics, New Brunswick.

Bulletin XVII.-Agricultural statistics,

Ontario.

Bulletin XVIII.-Agricultural statistics,

Quebec.

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Volume I.

of the census, which deals wholly with population, the following being the tables :

I. -Population of 1871, 1881, 1891 and 1901, compared by electoral districts within their present limits.

II. -Houses, families and population in 1891-1901, compared by census districts.

III. -Sex and conjugal condition in 18911901, compared by census districts.

IV. -Rural and urban population in, 1891-1901, compared by census districts.

V. -Population of cities and towns having over 5,000 inhabitants in 1901, compared with 1871-81-91.

VI. -Areas of lakes in Canada.

VII. -Areas, houses, families, population, sex, conjugal condition.

VIII. -Religions of the people by provinces.

IX. -Principal religions by census districts, 1891-1901.

X. -Religions of the people by sub-districts. [DOT]

' XI.-Origins of the people.

XII. -Nationalities.

XIII. -Birthplace by provinces.

XIV. -Birthplace by census districts.

XV. -Birthplace and citizenship of immigrants.

NAT.-Immigrants by provinces.

XVII:-Immigrants by census districts.

XVIII-Population by birthplace-1881, 1891, 1901.

4. The 52 tables comprising the census statistics of agriculture and dairy products were finally completed and transmitted to the printer in the month of December last. These were intended to make Volume II. of the report; but as tne printing office could not print these the tables of forest products, fisheries and minerals were sub-Mr. FISHER.

sequently added _ so as to embrace in one, volume the statistics of natural products, all now being in the hands of the King'*, Printer.

All the tables of the census of manufactures (1901)-twenty-one in number-were completed in December, and they are awaiting the convenience of the Printing Bureau.

5. A fourth volume comprising statistic^ of ages, Infirmities, morality, occupations and wages and real estate will complete the work of the census, and I hope will b? issued to members of the House before the end of the present calendar year.

COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS AT ST. JOHN, N>

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William Paterson (Minister of Customs)

Liberal

Hon. AVILLIAM PATERSON (Minister 0 Customs):

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Sydney Arthur Fisher (Minister of Agriculture)

Liberal

Hon. SYDNEY FISHER (Minister of ' " riculture):

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David Henderson

Conservative (1867-1942)

Jir. HENDERSON asked :

Grtod total , $93,184 09

The following lists were only once printed;

Printing of lists for Peel $132 66

Printing of lists for Cardwell 125 12

I. C. R.-EMPLOYEES DISMISSED AT ST. JOHN.

Mr. DANIEL asked ;

1. Is it true that two Intercolonial Railway employees, viz. : James P. Demill, a checker and delivery clerk, and Oscar Pederson, a foreman car cleaner, in the round-house at Sc. John, have! been summarily dismissed 7

2. How long has each of these men been in the employment of the Intercolonial Railway ?

3. For what reason or reasons have they been dismissed ?

4. Is it proposed to hold any investigation into the cause of these dismissals ?

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James Sutherland (Minister of Public Works)

Liberal

Hon. JAMES SUTHERLAND (Minister of Public Works).

It is true that two of the railway employees at St. John have been dismissed. The name of one was James P. Demill and the other Oscar Peterson-not Oscar Pederson as named in the question.

2. James P. Demill was first employed in 1879. Oscar Peterson was first employed in 1900.

3. They were not deemed desirable employees to retain in the service.

4. No.

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EXPORT GRAIN TO HALIFAX VIA INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY.

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Mr. KEMP asked :

Conservative (1867-1942)

5. What was the mileage of each railway over which it was hauled ?

6. What was the earnings per bushel of each railway ?

7. What was the estimated cost per bushel for the service the Intercolonial Railway performed ?

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Hon. JAMBS SUTHERLAND (Minister of Public Works). (Minister of Public Works)

Liberal

1. The number of bushels of grain hauled by thle Intercolonial Railway during the six months preceding March, 1904, for delivery at Halifax for export was : Wheat 87,8261 bushels. Corn 59,611 bushels.

2. Proportion delivered each month was :

Bushels.

November, wheat 47,836

December, wheat 23,990^

January, wheat 16,000

February, corn 59,611

3. All of it was shipped from Depot Harbour.

4. The rates from Depot Harbour to Halifax were :

Per bushel.

16,000 bushels wheat 5'15

31,836 bushels wheat r. 4-90

39,9901 bushels wheat 5-40

25,7181 bushels corn 4-94

33,8921 bushels corn 5'00

5. The mileage of each railway over which it was hauled was :

Miles.

Canada Atlantic Railway 346

Grand Trunk Railway.. .. , 34

Intercolonial Railway 828

6. The earnings per bushel of each railway was :

Cents.

Canada Atlantic Railway on 16,000

bushels wheat 2 [DOT] 271

Grand Trunk Railway on 16,000

bushels wheat -60

Intercolonial Railway on 16,000

bushels wheat 2'271

Canada Atlantic Railway on 31,836

bushels wheat 2'15

Grand Trunk Railway on 31,836

bushels wheat -60

Intercolonial Railway on 31,836

bushels wheat 2-15

Canada Atlantic Railway on 39,9901

bushels wheat 2'40

Gyand Trunk Railway on 39,9901

bushels wheat -60

Intercolonial Railway on 39,9901

bushels wheat 2-40

Canada Atlantic Railway on 25,7181

bushels corn 2'19

Grand Trunk Railway on 25,7181

bushels corn -56

Intercolonial Railway on 25,7181

bushels corn 2'19

Canada Atlantic Railway on 33.8921

bushels corn 2'22

Grand Trunk Railway oil 33,8921

bushels corn '56

Intercolonial Railway on 33,8921

bushels corn 2'22

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RETURN ORDERED WITHOUT DISCUSSION.


Return showing, the names of all persons eS?' ployed on the Bronte Harbour improvements. *, connection with the construction or repair jj the pier, during the year ending 30th June, l9®1' as foreman, time-keeper, carpenters, labourerl or workmen of any kind. Also the seVeI" amounts paid as wages to each of such pers**11 ' And a similar return giving the like infor*® t.lon for each ol the years ending 30th 1902, and 1903 ; and for the six months end* " January'1st, 1904, respectively.-Mr. Handers** '


ANTI-CIGARETTE LEGISLATION-

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Mr. W. S.@

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Lawrence Geoffrey Power (Speaker of the Senate)

Liberal

Mr. SPEAKER.

I understand that tbe hon. member for Huntingdon (Mr. Maclaren); after giving the notice of motion which is to be found at page 4 of the order paper the other day, substituted for it the notice of motion which I find printed in the Votes and Proceedings of March 21st, and which is as follows :

Mr. MACLAREN (Huntingdon)-On Wednesday next-Will move that the House do go into Committee of the Whole-To Consider the following resolution 1That it is expedient tobring in a Bill to prohibit the importation, manufacture and sale of cigarettes.

I understood that this motion was in substitution of the motion of which the hon. member had previously given notice. The only question before the chair is the one that I do now leave the chair to enable tbe House to go Into committee.

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March 23, 1904