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782. Departmental administration - further amount required, $67,639. National health branch- 783. National health branch administration- further amount required, $44,070. 784. Opium and narcotic drugs-further amount required, $19,715. 785. Laboratory of hygiene-further amount required, $37,353. 786. Immigration medical inspection-further amount required, $164,891. 787. Child and maternal health-further amount required, $1,150. 788. Treatment of sick mariners-further amount required, $80,675. 789. Industrial health-further amount required, $15,897. Combating venereal diseases- 790. Administration-further amount required, $1,200. 791. Assistance to provinces for control of venereal diseases under regulations approved by the governor in council-further amount required, $3,069. 792. Health insurance studies-further amount required, $20,595. 793. Hospital designs-further amount required, $3,000. 794. Mental health-further amount required, $8,025. 795. Medical services-Indians and Eskimos- further amount required, $906,100. 796. Civil aviation medicine-further amount required, $2,000. General health grants- 797. To provide for the following grants to the provinces, under terms and conditions to be approved by the governor in council- Health survey grant to assist the provinces in surveying present health services and facilities, including hospitals, and in studying ways and means of improving and extending the same; to be distributed on the basis of a flat amount of $5,000 to each province and the balance according to population but the total payment available to any province in no case to be less than $15,000, $625,000. Supply



Hospital construction grant to assist the provinces in the provision of adequate accommodation for hospital and health services; to be distributed on the basis of $1,000 per bed for active treatment beds, $1,500 per bed for chronic or convalescent beds, or in the case of other health facilities on an equivalent basis; provinces to match or exceed dominion contribution which shall in no case exceed one-third of total cost, $13,000,000. General public health grant to assist the provinces in strengthening general public health services; to be distributed on the basis of 35 cents per capita of population, to provinces which maintain at least their present standard and extent of service in this field, $4,395,000. Tuberculosis control grant to assist the provinces in an accelerated and intensified effort toward the eradication of tuberculosis and to extend progressively the provision of free treatment; to be distributed on the basis of a flat amount of $25,000 to each province and the balance to be divided 50 per cent on the basis of population and 50 per cent on the basis of the average number of deaths from tuberculosis in each province over the previous five years, $3,000,000'. Mental health grant to assist the provinces in the prevention of mental illness and in extending progressively the provision of free treatment; to be distributed on the basis of a flat amount of $25,000 to each province and the balance according to population, $4,000,000 Venereal disease control, grant to assist the provinces in extending and intensifying their present efforts toward the control of venereal disease; to be distributed according to population, $275,000. Crippled children grant to assist the provinces in an intensive program for the prevention and' correction of crippling conditions in children, rehabilitation and training; to be distributed on the basis of a flat amount of $4,000 to each province and the balance according to population, $500,000. Professional training grant to assist the provinces in the training of personnel for public health and hospital staffs; to be distributed on the basis of a flat amount of $4,000 to each province and the balance according to population, $500,000. Public health research grant to assist the provinces in stimulating and developing public health research, $100,000. Cancer control grant to assist the provinces in programs for the control of cancer; to be distributed according to population, with any such programs for cancer control to be approved and the cost thereof to be divided equally between the dominion and the province concerned, $3,500,000. Grant to: 798. Canadian Paraplegic Association, $15,000.



806. Post offices, including salaries and other expenses of headquarters and staff post offices and supplies and equipment for revenue post offices-further amount required, $155,660. 807. Air and land mail services-further amount required, $1,500,000.



Federal district commission



SOS. Maintenance and improvement of grounds adjoining government buildings, Ottawa, and improvements to the parkway system under the control of the federal district commission- further amount required, $24,000. 809. To authorize the establishment of a special account in the consolidated revenue fund, to be known as the national capital fund, consisting of such amounts as may be appropriated by parliament for the purpose out of which the Minister of Finance may from time to time, on the recommendation of the president of His Majesty's privy council for Canada, pay to the federal district commission amounts to be expended by the approval of the governor in council for the construction, operation and maintenance of works or projects within the national capital district in keeping with an approved general plan for the improvement and development of the national capital and not in the nature of ordinary municipal improvements- amount required for the fund, to be effective July 1, 1948, $2,500,000.



810. Departmental administration - further amount required, $1,431. 811. Printing, binding and distributing the annual statutes'-further amount required, $15,000. 812. Canada Gazette-further amount required, $11,550. 813. Plant equipment and replacements-further amount required, $295,000. 814. Distribution of official documents-further amount required, $2,461. 815. Printing and binding official publications for sale and distribution to departments and the public, $105,000. DEPARTMENT OF RECONSTRUCTION AND SUPPLY National research council



866. Salaries and other expenses of the national research council - further amount required, $55,000. 867. Expanded research on the utilization of farm crops-further amount required, $100,000. 868. Industrial chemistry building-further amount required, $93,000. Demobilization and reconversion- 869. Housing development, including commitments of previous years-wartime housing limited-further amount required, $15,000,000. 870. To provide for production and transportation subsidies on steel and iron under such terms and conditions as may be approved by the governor in council-further amount required, $3,000,000. 871. To authorize the retention by Canadian Arsenals Limited of an amount not to exceed $2,500,000 as a working capita] fund for the operations of the company, representing advances from prior years' appropriations, $1. 872. To provide for contribution towards cost of subway at Sudbury, Ontario, to implement agreement entered into in 1939, $100,000. Supply



873. General administration-further amount required, $20,866. 874. Land services-arising out of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act, enforcement of federal statutes generally, and other incidental expenses-further amount required, $1,386,201. 875. Marine services-arising out of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act, enforcement of federal statutes generally, and other incidental expenses further amount required, $94,597. 876. Aviation services-arising out of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act, enforcement of federal statutes generally, and other incidental expenses-further amount required, $6,598. Pensions and other benefits- Pensions to families of members of the mounted police who have lost their lives while on duty: 877. Mrs. Margaret Johnson Brooke-further amount required, $23.44.



881. Foreign trade services-export division- further amount required, $40,000. 882. Trade commissioner service, including payment of compensation to trade commissioners for loss of furniture and effects, under regulations approved by the governor in council-further amount required, $65,400. 883. Trade publicity and advertising in Canada and abroad-further amount required, $116,000. 884. Exhibitions generally-further amount required, $125,000. 885. Canadian International Trade Fair, 1949, including authority to refund from revenue deposits received for contracts for space, $500,000. Dominion Bureau of Statistics- 886. Statistics-further amount required, $193,277. Wheat and grain division- 877. To hereby authorize the Canadian wheat board to buy rapeseed and sunflower seed from producers at a price of six cents per pound for the best grade f.o.b. local shipping point and at appropriate prices for other grades during the period commencing on August 1, 1948. and ending on July 31, 1949; to sell rapeseed and sunflower seed so purchased or the oil extracted therefrom as directed, by the Minister of Trade and Commerce; to enter into such contracts as the said minister may direct for the carrying out of any of these operations, $1. Canada Grain Act- 888. Canadian government elevators, including equipment-further amount required, $112,169. Special- 889. To reimburse the Canadian Commercial Corporation for expenses incurred in purchasing materials, supplies and equipment, etc., on behalf of the Department of National Defence under chapter 51, statutes of 1947, in the amount of $7,779.23, the balance owing for services rendered in the fiscal year 1947-48, and for the fiscal year 1948-49-further amount required, $87,779.23. 916. To authorize contribution to Trans-Canada Air Lines for improvements to airways facilities at Kinross airport, adjacent to Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, on the great lakes route, not exceeding $19,000. 917. To authorize contribution of an amount not exceeding $137,490 to the state of Michigan, U.S.A.. Department of Aeronautics, towards the cost of operation and maintenance of certain airways facilities at Houghton and Grand Marais, Michigan, U.S.A., for use of Canadian aircraft, a® certified to by the controller of civil aviation and approved by the Minister of Transport, $137,490. Meteorological division- 918. Meteorological services-further amount required, $165,980. Radio division



919. Administration of the Radio Act and regulations-further amount required, $163,400. 920. Radio direction finding stations, radio beacons and radiotelegraph stations, operation and maintenance further amonut required, $43,000. Demobilization and reconversion air service- Civil aviation division-airways and airports- 921. Operation and maintenance of municipal and other airports further amount required, $46,004. 922. Care, operation and maintenance of Royal Canadian Air Force airfields turned over to the Department of Transport-further amount required, $109,068. Canadian government trans-Atlantic air service- 92-3. To provide for the payment of amounts due to the United Kingdom government for the construction, supply, and installation of Rolls Royce power plants in certain aircraft used in the Canadian Government Trans-Atlantic Air Service, $321,9 84.34. National Harbours Board- 931. Advances to National Harbours Board, subject to the provisions of section 29 of the National Harbours Board Act, to meet expenditures applicable to the calendar year 1948 on any or all of the following accounts: Reconstruction and capital expenditures- Montreal-further amount required, $560,00-0.



113. Office of the secretary to the governor general, including the salary of the secretary to the governor general at $7,600 additional to salary authorized by R.S.C. chap. 182, $111,468.



316. Salaries of staff and other pay-list items, $93,972.



317. General administration, $141,978. Federal district commission- 318. Maintenance and improvement of grounds adjoining government buildings, Ottawa, and improvements to the parkway system under the control of the federal district commission, $231,506. Supply-Veterans Affairs



319. Expenses of the national capital planning committee, $100,090.



532. Departmental administration $2,253,340. Demobilization and reconversion- 553. Post discharge rehabilitation benefits, including the training of merchant seamen and salt water fishermen pensioners, $47,509,000. Payments to or for veterans and dependents- 924. Pensions for disability and death, including pensions granted under the authority of the civilian government employees (war) compensation order P.C. 45/3848 of 22nd November, 1944, which shall be subject to the Pension Act -further amount required, $29,460,000. 925. War veterans' allowances - further amount required, $4,325,000. 926. To provide for the payment of grants to veterans settled on provincial lands in accordance with agreements with provincial governments, under section 35 of the Veterans' Land Act, 1942 (as amended by order in council P.C. 2122, dated 13th April, 1945), and payment of grants to veterans settled on dominion lands, in accordance with an agreement with the Minister of Mines and Resources, under section 35 of the Veterans' Land Act, 1942, as amended (P.C. 1550 of 18th April, 1946)-further amount required, $1,000,000. 927. To authorize, under regulations to be approved by the governor in council, reduction of indebtedness to the director of soldier settlement, of a settler under the Soldier Settlement Act, in respect of a property in his possession, the title of which is held by the director, by an amount which will reduce his indebtedness to an amount in keeping with the productive capacity of the property and his ability to repay his indebtedness to the director, $150,000. 928. Post discharge rehabilitation benefits, including the training of merchant seamen and salt water fishermen pensioners-further amount required, $5,632,500. 929. Hospital accommodation and facilities- further amount required, $850,000.


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