2. June 30, 1927, $437,500; November 17. 1927, $437,500; July 3, 1928, $437,500; September 20, 1928, $437,500.
3. 4 and 5. It was decided to pay this special grant half-yearly with the regular subsidies on the 1st January and 1st July in each year. The special grant was first paid with the regular subsidy due July 1, 1927, when the two payments were made, less a deduction of $133,116.73, being reimbursement of expenditure for troops sent to Cape Breton on strike duty, under subsection 2 of section 84 of the Militia Act, which reads as follows:
"His Majesty may retain from any annual grant payable by Canada to such province and under the control of the parliament of Canada, any unpaid balance of moneys due to His Majesty by such province under the provisions of this section."
The second instalment of the special grant which was to have been paid on January 1 has, in each year, been paid earlier to accommodate the provincial government.
Subtopic: NOVA SCOTIA-INCREASED SUBSIDY
How much money was paid by the Dominion by way of bounty on Canadian coal used in the production of coke in coke ovens situate in Halifax, Montreal, Quebec, Toronto, Hamilton, or in any other Canadian coke oven plants, during the year 1928?