April 2, 1930

LIB

William Daum Euler (Minister of National Revenue)

Liberal

Mr. EULER:

Total Amount of Income Tax Received Annually From Each Province Since the Year 1920

Prince Edward Island

Fiscal year 1920-1921 Fiscal year 1921-1922 Fiscal year 1922-1923 Fiscal year 1923-1924 Fiscal year 1924-1925 Fiscal year 1925-1926 Fiscal year 1926-1927 Fiscal year 1927-1928 Fiscal year 1928-192925,611 29 77,860 51 88,906 70 46,158 80 37,835 78 52,055 99 28,160 04 37,933 12 38,654 01Nova Scotia 1,168,733 82 2,223,986 11 1,585,659 04 1,041,355 17 809,689 36 671,636 76 539,842 92 549,413 11 593,349 53New Brunswick 701,463 53 1,452,209 83 1,023,466 54 619,461 44 754,373 89 709,040 81 524,820 45 655,234 07 553,686 39Quebec 15,657,973 07 24,394,235 16 21,107,599 64 18,942,193 96 19,679,008 30 18,168,909 78 15,587,881 64 19,061,843 30 19,822,208 98Ontario 20,013,824 05 34,504,979 47 24,935,163 09 23,825,428 77 25,531,533 50 26,139,216 30 22,631,659 44 25,614,930 35 28,690,282 58Manitoba 3,962,734 82 6,014,254 39 4,251,614 16 3,731,074 78 3,477,069 32 3,384,430 47 2,393,249 83 3,141,122 79 3,272,605 86Saskatchewan 1,193,536 63 2,437,447 54 1,520,803 18 1,090,395 70 872,028 03 855,371 20 658,257 36 775,074 60 894,493 90

Alberta

2,446,866 38 1,546,320 15 1,369,224 24 1,163,911 16 1,433,242 24 1,170,951 97 1,273,786 20

British Columbia

2,237,711 21 5,095,303 57 3,612,128 28 3,491,553 51 3,855,447 21 4,115,330 08 3,832,151 95 5,440,359 28

Yukon

21,246 03 37,211 84 39,877 59 47,181 62 67,146 27 42,727 94 19,333 62 21,350 57

Questions

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   INCOME TAX RECEIPTS BY PROVINCES
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NELSON, B.C.-PUBLIC PROPERTY

CON

Mr. ESLING:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Does the Department of Public Works occupy rented premises at Nelson, British Columbia?

2. If so, who is the owner of this property?

3. What is the annual rental paid?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   NELSON, B.C.-PUBLIC PROPERTY
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LIB

Mr. ELLIOTT: (Minister of Public Works)

Liberal

1. Yes.

2. Kenneth J. Campbell.

3. $1440.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   NELSON, B.C.-PUBLIC PROPERTY
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S.S. GASPESIA

CON

Mr. MANION:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. How many trips has the steamship Gaspesia made during the months of December, January, February and March?

2. How many trips was she actually called upon to make according to her schedule?

3. Is the company owning the steamer paid for the trips actually made or is the company paid for the trips that the steamer is called upon to make?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   S.S. GASPESIA
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LIB

Mr. MALCOLM: (Minister of Trade and Commerce)

Liberal

1. Four trips have been completed by the Gaspesia. One trip was made by the substitute steamer North Voyageur, and one trip has yet to be completed, the steamer being delayed by a snow storm.

2. Eight.

3. When the subsidy claims are paid consideration will be given to the extraordinarily severe ice conditions in the St. Lawrence during the past winter. The question as to whether an allowance should be made to the company and subsidy paid to them for trips which were missed on account of severe weather conditions has not yet been decided.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   S.S. GASPESIA
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GHOST RIVER DAM-PAYMENT TO INDIANS

LAB

Mr. ADSHEAD:

Labour

1. How much money did the Indians on Ghost river receive on account of the building of the Ghost River dam, Alberta?

2. Who paid the money, the government or the Calgary Power Company?

3. What was done with the money?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   GHOST RIVER DAM-PAYMENT TO INDIANS
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LIB

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

Liberal

1. $20,337.15 for land flooded; $1,000 for right of way-Total, $21,337.15.

2. The Calgary Power Company.

3. $3,140 was paid in cash to Indians, June 1928.

$17,027.89 was spent in the purchase of additional land for the reserve.

$1,169.26 was placed to the credit of the Stony Band trust fund.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   GHOST RIVER DAM-PAYMENT TO INDIANS
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QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS

MUTTON AND LAMB IMPORTS

UFA

Mr. KENNEDY:

United Farmers of Alberta

1. What are the monthly import figures for

mutton in each of the months of the years 1929 and 1930, from: (a) New Zealand; (b)

Australia; (c) United States?

2. What are the monthly import figures for

lamb in each of the months of the years 1929 and 1930 from: (a) New Zealand; (b)

Australia; (c) United States?

3. What was the price per pound in each case of all such imports?

4. What is the percentage of mutton and lamb in each month from: (a) New Zealand;

(b) Australia; (c) United States?

5. Is mutton imported from other countries allowed to be sold in open competition with Canadian lamb?

6. Are there any regulations controlling the distribution of imported mutton in Canada?

7. If so, what are they, on: (a) frozen

mutton; (b) other mutton?

Topic:   QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic:   MUTTON AND LAMB IMPORTS
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QUEBEC BRIDGE APPROACHES AND PARK


Mr. POULIOT; 1. What is the length and width of the approaches of the vehicular road on the Quebec bridge: (a) on the north side; (b) on the south side? 2. Were said approaches built by the Department of Public Works or by the Department of Highways of the province of Quebec? 3. What is the total cost of each of said approaches: (a) rental or purchase of land; (b) material; (c) labour? 4. Are the said approaches lighted? 5. If so: (a) in what manner; (b) what is the total cost of installing the lighting fixtures on each of said approaches, and how many of said fixtures are there? 6. What is the approximate monthly cost of the electric current used to light up each approach: (a) in June; (b) in December?


LIB

Mr. POULIOT:

Liberal

1. What is the total cost of the park built in the proximity of the approaches of the vehicular road of the Quebec bridge, on the north shore of the St. Lawrence river?

2. Did the contract of November 15, 1928, between the Dominion and Quebec governments provide for the construction of said park?

3. Is the cost of said park included in the total cost of the approaches?

4. Is said park lighted?

5. If so: (a) in what manner; (b) what was the total cost of installing the lighting fixtures in said park, and how many are there?

6. What is the approximate monthly cost of the electric current used to light said park: (a) in June; (b) in December?

Topic:   QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic:   QUEBEC BRIDGE APPROACHES AND PARK
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QUEBEC BRIDGE RAILWAY CROSSING

LIB

Mr. POULIOT:

Liberal

1. What was the cost of each of the railway crossings on each approach of the vehicular road on the Quebec bridge?

Questions as Orders jor Returns

2. Notwithstanding the contract of November 15, 1928, between the Dominion and Quebec governments, has the former contributed, (a) to the construction, (b) to the upkeep of said railway crossing?

3. If so, in what way, and to what amount?

4. Is the contribution of the Dominion government included in the total cost of said railway crossing?

Topic:   QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic:   QUEBEC BRIDGE RAILWAY CROSSING
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QUEBEC BRIDGE BUILDINGS

LIB

Mr. POULIOT:

Liberal

1. What was the cost of each of the buildings constructed, (a) along the approaches of the vehicular road on the Quebec bridge, (b) on the adjacent park?

2. What use is to be made of each of said buildings?

Topic:   QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic:   QUEBEC BRIDGE BUILDINGS
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April 2, 1930