Soldier Settlement and Veterans Land Act- 547. To provide for the cost of administration of Veterans Land Act; soldier settlement and British family settlement, $4,563,514. 548. To provide for the upkeep of property, Veterans Land Act, including engineering and other investigational planning expenses that do not add tangible value to real property; taxes, insurance and maintenance of public utilities, $132,500. 549. To provide for the payment to the government of the United Kingdom on account of losses under the 3,000 British family agreement of August 20, 1924, and the New Brunswick 500 British family agreements of August 4, 1927, and August 27, 1935, $10,000. 550. 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), $1,700,000. 551. To provide for the payment of grants to Indian veterans settled on Indian reserve lands under section 35A of the Veterans Land Act, 1942 (as amended by order in council P.C. 2122, dated 13th April, 1945), $500,000. 552. To provide for the 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, under regulations approved by the governor in council, $150,000. 553. To authorize and provide for necessary remedial work, to be approved by the governor in council, on properties sold under the Veterans Land Act, under individual firm price contracts, to correct defects for which neither the veteran nor the contractor can be held financially responsible, $30,000. 554. To authorize and provide, subject to the approval of the governor in council in each case, for the completion of necessary remedial work to houses and services constructed under the 1945 building program, $104,600.
Thursday, June 8, 1950