March 22, 1926

LIB

Jean-François Pouliot

Liberal

Mr. POULIOT:

He said that because he went to the Prime Minister to ask for protection on clothes which he manufactures, which protection was refused.

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LIB

Hewitt Bostock (Speaker of the Senate)

Liberal

Mr. SPEAKER:

I would like the hon. gentleman to follow the rules-state the question of privilege, make a personal explanation and leave the matter at that.

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LIB

Jean-François Pouliot

Liberal

Mr. POULIOT:

The personal explanation is this, that to use parliamentary language I should say that Mr. Sparks is neither a snake nor a skunk, but that he has the high qualities of both.

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PRIVATE BILLS

SECOND READING


Bill No. 12, respecting Joliette and Northern Railway Company.-Mr. Denis (Joliette).


QUESTIONS


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.) LIVE STOCK OFFICIALS Mr. SUTHERLAND (South Oxford): 1. How many officials of the Department of Agriculture are now on the pay-roll and being paid out of vote No. 49 for live stock, in each province, classified as follows: sheep; promoters; poultry promoter*; poultry inspectors; egg promoters; egg inspectors? 2. What amounts were paid out to the above by provinces during the calendar year 1925, under the heads of salaries, bonuses and expenses? Questions


LIB

William Richard Motherwell (Minister of Agriculture)

Liberal

Hon. Mr. MOTHERWELL:

1 and 2.

Prince Edward Island.

3 Egg inspectors

Nova Scotia.

1 District sheep promoter.. .

1 Sheep promoter

1 Promoter of egg production

1 Egg inspector

New Brunswick.

1 District sheep promoter.. . 1 Junior sheep promoter.. ..

1 Poultry promoter

1 Promoter of egg production 1 Egg inspector

1 District poultry promoter.. Quebec.

2 Sheep promoters

4 Egg inspectors

1 District poultry promoter.. Ontario.

2 District sheep promoters.. .

2 Sheep promoters

1 Junior sheep promoter.. ..

1 Chief egg inspector

9 Egg inspectors

3 Poultry inspectors

1 District poultry promoter.. .

2 Promoters of egg production.

2 Poultry promoters

Manitoba.

1 District sheep promoter.. ..

7 Egg inspectors

1 Senior egg inspector

1 District poultry promoter.. . Saskatchewan.

2 Egg inspectors

Alberta.

1 District sheep promoter.. .. 1 Sheep promoter

3 Egg inspectors

3 Promoters of egg production. 1 District poultry promoter.. . 1 Poultry inspector

British Columbia.

1 Sheep promoter

5 Poultry inspectors

1 District poultry promoter.. . 3 Egg inspectors

Salary

and

Bonus Expenses

$ 3,900 85 $ 2,001 22

2,160 00 2,765 61

1,575 00 1,844 24

1,980 00 2,806 12

375 00 133 54

2,370 00 2,058 80

1,443 75 1,495 05

1,573 50 1,991 51

734 61 770 99

1,500 00 933 90

2,400 00 2,087 80

3,203 53 6,211 58

6,275 49 1,453 17

3,420 00 2,323 62

4,800 00 4,373 84

3,672 56 1,899 11

1,443 75 1,245 84

2,850 00 1,132 80

12,353 86 7,947 77

3,038 SO 3,410 3S

2,400 00 1,331 27

3,578 23 2,768 32

1,673 81 1,566 10

2,130 00 2,402 42

10,169 25 5,433 42

616 00 85 35

2,400 00 2,439 27

3,158 52 1,976 07

2,400 00 3,222 05

1,695 00 1,908 45

3,909 76 3,006 01

5,492 56 6,521 10

2,370 00 2,945 17

1,573 50 1,991 51

1,785 00 1,141 03

6,810 80 6,795 09

2,370 00 708 55

5,248 58 3,325 57

It should be noted that the above employees are listed in the provinces where their respective official headquarters are located. In many cases, however, these employees are, for certain periods of the year, required to work in neighbouring provinces as the necessities of the work demand.

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THAMES RIVER DREDGING

CON

Mr. CHAPLIN (Kent):

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Was there a government dredge at work in the Thames river during the month of October, 1925?

2. If so, on what date was it promised, and on what date did it start?

3. How many days did it operate?

4. At what coat?

5. Is it proposed to continue the work during 1926?

Questions

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PRO

Hon. Mr. KING (Kootenay):

Progressive

1. Yes.

2. (a) Authorized in August to be done as soon as SS. Thousand Islander had laid up for the season; (b) September 28, 1925

3. Forty-five.

4. $9,738.55 approximately.

5. Yes.

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AMALGAMATED CIVIL SERVANTS OF CANADA

LIB

Mr. FOURNIER:

Liberal

1. Is there an organization known as "The Amalgamated Civil Servants of Canada?

2. If so, where are its headquarters?

3. What is its object?

4. What are the qualifications required for membership?

5. Is it recognized and approved by the government?

6. How many other unions or associations of civil servants are recognized and approved by the government?

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LIB

Hon. Mr. LAPOINTE: (Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Liberal

1. Yes.

2. Vancouver, B.C.

3. Its object as stated by its official publication called The Organizer is as follows: "The Amalgamated Civil Servants of Canada are organized for the purpose of uniting all federal employees and Dominion civil service bodies* into one association, the more effectively to advance and maintain their social and economic welfare." [DOT]

4. No information.

5. No information.

6. No information.

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EXPENSES OF MINISTERS WITHOUT PORTFOLIO

CON

John Wesley Edwards

Conservative (1867-1942)

Hon. Mr. EDWARDS (Frontenac):

With respect to the following ministers and exministers without portfolio: Honourable Messrs.

Marler, Massey, Sinclair, McGiverin and Dandurand, what has been the cost to the country, inclusive of expenses, secretarial and other assistance, of each of such ministers, for each of the years up to the 1st January last during which they were in office?

flight Hon. Mr. MACKENZIE KING:

Hon. Mr. Dandurand, nothing.

Hon. Mr. McGiverin, nothing.

Hon. Mr. Marler, nothing.

Hon. Mr. Massey, nothing.

Hon. Mr. Sinclair:

1921- 22 $2951922- 23

3091923- 24

6251924- 25

3201925- 26

450

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$1 999 ILLEGAL LOBSTER FISHING OR PACKING

CON

Mr. MACDONALD (Kings):

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. How many prosecutions were undertaken for infraction of the fishery regulations in regard to illegal fishing or packing of lobsters in the province of Prince Edward Island during the year 1924, and the year 1925, respectively?

2. What are the names of the parties proceeded against, on what charge, the official undertaking the prosecution, and the result in each case?

3. Were any convictions secured against regularly licensed packers, and if so, were their licenses renewed for the following year?

4. Were fines and expenses collected in any or all cases? If not, on whose recommendation or authority were they suspended?

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March 22, 1926