April 3, 1922

LIB

George Perry Graham (Minister of Militia and Defence; Minister of the Naval Service)

Liberal

Hon. Mr. GRAHAM:

Total amount of

deficits paid by Government for operation of Canadian Government Railways to December 31, 1921, $46,097,072.56.

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   CANADIAN GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS- DEFICITS
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LIVE STOCK BRANCH-CALGARY

LAB

Mr. IRVINE:

Labour

1. What is the cost of the Dominion Livestock Branch office at Calgary, apart from free freight outlays?

2. What is the free freight outlay out of Calgary under the carload lot?

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   LIVE STOCK BRANCH-CALGARY
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LIB

Hon. Mr. MOTHERWELL: (Minister of Agriculture)

Liberal

1. Salaries, office rent, etc., for the fiscal year 1921-22, $6,061.70.

2. From April 1, 1921, to February 28, 1922, the sum of $12,516.80 was paid by

the Federal Department of Agriculture in connection with shipments under its free policy out of Calgary.

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   LIVE STOCK BRANCH-CALGARY
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INCOME TAX, MONTREAL OFFICE

LIB

Marie Joseph Demers

Liberal

Mr. DEMERS:

How many persons are employed In the income tax office at Montreal, and what are their names?

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   INCOME TAX, MONTREAL OFFICE
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LIB

William Stevens Fielding (Minister of Finance and Receiver General)

Liberal

Hon. Mr. FIELDING:

The number is

209. If the honourable gentleman will move for a return the names will be promptly brought down.

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   INCOME TAX, MONTREAL OFFICE
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RIORDON COMPANY TAXES

UFO

Mr. HALBERT:

United Farmers of Ontario

1. Was a note accepted from the Riordon Pulp and Paper Company in payment for income

tax?

2. If so, on what date was this note accepted?

3. What was the amount of said note?

4. Has any payment been made on the said note?

5. If so, what amount?

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   RIORDON COMPANY TAXES
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LIB

Hon. Mr. FIELDING: (Minister of Finance and Receiver General)

Liberal

1. A note was received from Riordon Company, Limited, on account of income tax.

2. Note was dated 30th April, 1921.

3. The amount of said note was $51,103.09.

4. No.

5. Answered by No. 4.

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   RIORDON COMPANY TAXES
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CUSTOMS AND EXCISE

LIB

Pius Michaud

Liberal

Mr. MICHAUD:

What amount has been received each year from customs and excise collections, during the last fifteen years, in the several ports and sub-ports in the county of Madawaska, New Brunswick?

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   CUSTOMS AND EXCISE
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LIB

Jacques Bureau (Minister of Customs and Excise)

Liberal

Hon. Mr. BUREAU:

CUSTOM'S REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1906-7 TO 1921-22, INCLUSIVE, FOR THE ____________FOLLOWING PLACES IN THE COUNTY OF MADAWASKA, N.B.

Fiscal Year

1906- 07

1907- 08

1908- 09

1909- 10

1910- 11

1911- 12....

1912- 13

1913- 14

1914- 16

1915- 16....

1916- 17

1917- 18....

1918- 19

1919- 20

1920- 21

1921- 22....

(11 months).

Grand Falls Edmund- ston St. Leonards Green River Clair Connors St, Hilaire521 68 2,303 49 681 27 104 60 13,936 70 833 43 5,121 79 1,435 32 612 95 18,850 54 6,805 93 16,429 92 1,084 01 320 07 21,519 01 3,167 10 29,714 97 793 11 254 03 22,241 07 11,561 92 26,288 15 3,979 48 376 78 22,675 43 3,004 84 25,206 37 7,120 55 750 20 18,268 50 5,080 65 27,607 66 12,972 37 1,891 26 13,465 02 3 766,908 53 38,974 15 35,455 68 4,628 42 14,948 54 30 925,937 89 25,841 28 34,301 47 694 67 10,813 03 180 524,204 97 24,124 72 22,417 74 340 00 5,729 95 4 45 578 384,075 49 32,426 99 16,523 08 496 87 2,159 37 1,123 512,790 97 71,990 71 11,388 08 525 40 2,436 81 320 92 168 263,561 78 88,295 93 3,927 83 225 21 1,157 36 980 67 578 573,171 59 25,283 19 3,259 75 289 66 1,828 40 3,166 15 101 271,843 53 57,754 12 3,494 19 415 65 1,139 72 811 53 336 063,839 84 97,993 48 8,887 67 181 46 6,140 31 1,080 24 276 15

Questions

Excise collections are included in the amounts shown for 1921-22, as the Customs Service and Excise Service have been amalgamated since 1st April, 1921.

It is not possible to give the information as requested regarding excise collections prior to April 1, 1921, for the reason that the Inland Revenue records did not show amounts collected for smaller places but included them in the total collections for the division in which the county of Mada-waska is situated.

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   CUSTOMS AND EXCISE
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EDMUNDSTON POST OFFICE

LIB

Pius Michaud

Liberal

Mr. MICHAUD:

How much revenue was received from the Post Office at Edmundston, New Brunswick, during the past fifteen years?

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   EDMUNDSTON POST OFFICE
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LIB

Charles Murphy (Postmaster General)

Liberal

Hon. Mr. MURPHY:

1906

1907

1908

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

1916

1917

1918

1919

1920

1921

Total.. .

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   EDMUNDSTON POST OFFICE
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$ 1,677 88 1,340 29 2,192 80 2,287 77 2,393 07 2,370 72 2,475 12 2,689 30 2,638 28 2,702 68 3,578 01 3,871 57 6,007 41 7,483 36 9,273 56 11,389 94 $64,371 76 SOLDIER SETTLEMENT

UFA

Mr. SPEAKMAN:

United Farmers of Alberta

1. How many returned soldiers have been established on farms in each province by the Soldier Settlement Board?

2. What number of said settlers, if any, in each province, through failure, have had their land, stock and equipment resold?

3. What loss, if any, has been sustained by the Crown, in each province, in such cases of resale?

4. (a) How many officials and employees are employed by the said Soldier Settlement Board, and (b) what is the total expenditure for salaries and expenses of said Board.

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   $ 1,677 88 1,340 29 2,192 80 2,287 77 2,393 07 2,370 72 2,475 12 2,689 30 2,638 28 2,702 68 3,578 01 3,871 57 6,007 41 7,483 36 9,273 56 11,389 94 $64,371 76 SOLDIER SETTLEMENT
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LIB

Hon. Mr. STEWART (Argenteuil) : (Minister of Immigration and Colonization; Minister of Mines; Minister of the Interior; Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs)

Liberal

1. As at January 31, 1922:

British Columbia 3,252

Alberta 8,674

Saskatchewan 7,722

Manitoba 4,439

Ontario 1,595

Quebec 415

New Brunswick 583

Nova Scotia 402

Prince Edward Island 334

27,416

2. As at January 31, 1922:

- Land, Stock and Equipment Completely Sold Land Sold -Stock and Equipment Not Sold Stock and Equipment Sold- Land Not Sold Neither Land nor Stock and Equipment SoldBritish Columbia 127 5 193 60Alberta 124 5 426 143Saskatchewan 69 15 184 124Manitoba 59 6 273 83Ontario 57 8 76 34Quebec 49 3 57 13New Brunswick.. 35 7 7 21Nova Scotia 16 4 4 19Prince Edward Island 31 5 4 6567 58 1,224 503Total 2,352 3. In 419 cases in which complete returns have been received from district offices the following gains and losses are shown:

Gain Loss

British Columbia... $ 7,660 57

Alberta 24,848 07

Saskatchewan 22,585 14

Manitoba 1,047 33

Ontario 5,999 83

Quebec $9,737 46

New Brunswick.. .. 6,514 88

Nova Scotia 2,632 81

Prince Edward

Island 10,188 63

Net Gain, $71,739.80.

4. (a) Number of officials and employees as at December 31 in each fiscal year:

1917-18, 2; 1918-19, 216; 1919-20, 1,500; 1920-21, 1,046; 1921-22, 761. Peak of staff, June, 1920, 1,579.

(b) Total expenditures for salaries and expenses:

Salaries-

1917- 18 $ 1,720 401918- 19

102,291 721919- 20

1,269,459 841920- 21

1,929,035 971921 to Feb. 28, 1922.. .. 1,261,548 09

Expenses of Board-

1917- 18 $ 1,514 911918- 19

105,261 221919- 20

1,303,964 051920- 21

1,290,646 391921 to Feb. 28, 1922.. 597,826 84

Topic:   NAMES OF TUGS-COAL SUPPLY AND COAL USED
Subtopic:   $ 1,677 88 1,340 29 2,192 80 2,287 77 2,393 07 2,370 72 2,475 12 2,689 30 2,638 28 2,702 68 3,578 01 3,871 57 6,007 41 7,483 36 9,273 56 11,389 94 $64,371 76 SOLDIER SETTLEMENT
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SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN RESERVES

April 3, 1922