December 6, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL REVENUE


A-Department-Customs and excise divisions- 296. General administration, $1,506,165. 297. Inspection, investigation and audit services, $2,198,195. 298. Ports, outports and preventive stations, including pay for overtime, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act, and buildings and rentals for temporary purposes, $14,581,241. 299. To provide for payment of expenses, law costs, refunds and awards arising out of seizures and charges of contravention of customs or excise laws, $300,000. Taxation division- 300. General administration, $1,983,384. 301. Internal inspection and verification, $1,412,260. 302. District offices, $27,745,888. Income tax appeal board- 303. Administration expenses, $50,000. Miscellaneous- 304. Amount to be paid to the Department of Justice to be disbursed by and accounted for to it for customs, excise and income tax secret investigation services, $15,000. Customs and excise divisions- 697. Ports, outports and preventive stations, including pay for overtime, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act, and buildings and rentals for temporary purposes-further amount required, $115,000. Taxation division- 698. District offices-further amount required, $173,680. B-International shortwave broadcasting station- 305. Maintenance and operation, $1,781,850. 306. Acquisition and alterations-equipment, land and structures, including supervision, $971,250. A-Department-Customs and excise divisions- 844. Ports, outports and preventive stations, including pay for overtime, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act, and buildings and rentals for temporary purposes-further amount required, $625,000. B-General-International shortwave broadcasting station-acquisition and alterations- 845. Equipment, land and structures, including supervision-further amount required, $687,681. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation- 846. To provide the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation with funds approximately equal to the sum of the value at Canadian rates of the radio receiving set licences issued by Newfoundland prior to the date of union which were made valid until March 31. 1950, and the value of the reserves established by the Newfoundland Broadcasting Corporation out of previous revenue for the depreciation, obsolescence, replacement and expansion of the physical assets of that corporation taken over by the government of Canada under the terms of union; and further, to provide authority for the transfer to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation of the title to all assets of the Newfoundland Broadcasting Corporation taken over by the government of Canada, $200,000. 934. Loans to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation repayable with interest at a rate to be fixed by the governor in council on such terms and conditions as the governor in council may determine and to be applied in payment of expenditures to cover capital costs of television installations and to support the development of the service. Such loans, with interest, shall be a charge on the revenues of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation next after the charge imposed under the provisions of section 17 of the Canadian Broadcasting Act, 1936, $4,500,000.



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December 6, 1949