Mr. KEMP-by Mr. Lancaster-*^ ^
1. How many survey parties, Tr8
engaged upon the eastern division
continental Railway ? nari*eB
2. By whom were such survey v ^
ployed ? . 0artieS
3. Upon which sections have suen v working 1
Hon. H- R EMMBRSON (Minister of railways and Canals) :
Sn ' in a Position to say how many the t lng! i)al'ties, if any, are engaged upon thp m nk lille of the eastern division of 2 ^ansc°ntinental Railway.
^hom any are emP'°yed>
cannot say by
Wo,'.i ^01: aware that any such parties are ti0n lng on the trunk line on the said sec-
LOBSTER FISHERIES commission.
]Xlr- GANONG asked :
tit t^hat has been the total expense to date lobster°0mmission appointed to investigate the b°ard *>and other fisheries on the Atlantic sea-
®evera}lat; arQ°unt has been paid to date to the
3. ua commissioners ?
1 jj tbe commission finished its work yet ? t>t investig Rken wdl it again take up the work
iswJ";f Raymond prefontaine (Min1, ^g^Marine and Fisheries) :
$26o.6q ^*owers, expenses and allowance, i°Wanoo Armstrong, expenses and al-
^Penso' ^~A1.72 ; R. N. Venning, travelling
S. Tm.6^.and iiving allowance, $235.51 ; J. ses, $2(!<'-a P'k>- (Magdalen Islands), expen-®enses U'°0 ' ^ Found, secretary, ex-
M.P. aad freight, $136.15. J. J. Tucker, July' fhp. 4. S. Copp, M.P., are allowed aave nn,r exPenses, for which accounts
3. Ro 1 yet been submitted.
during the coming summer.