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451. Trade commissioner service, including payment of compensation to trade commissioners for damage to and loss of furniture and effects, under regulations approved by the governor in council, $1,963,751. 452. Information division, including publicity and advertising in Canada and abroad, $165,697. 453. Economic research and forecasting divisions, including conducting of investigations and reporting upon current economic conditions and outlook, $193,824. 454. International trade relations division, including investigating and reporting on commercial relations and foreign tariffs and a contribution of $6,300 to the international customs tariffs bureau, $151,889. Exhibitions- 455. Exhibitions generally, $257,122. 456. Canadian International Trade Fair, 1951, including authority to refund from revenue deposits received for contracts for space (revote, $85,000), $606,053. Standards division- 457. Administration, including administration of the Precious Metals Marking Act, $110,923. 458. Electricity and gas inspection services, including administration of the Electricity and Fluid Exportation Act-operation and maintenance, $565,429. 459. Laboratory-operation and maintenance, $72,121. 460. Weights and measures inspection services- operation and maintenance, $637,985. Dominion bureau of statistics- 461. Administration, $146,755. 462. Statistics, including contribution of $3,000 to the Inter-American Statistical Institute, $3,828,828. 463. Census of population and agriculture and the 1951 census of distribution, $7,015,851. Wheat and grain division- 464. Salaries and other expenses, $27,488. 465. To provide for the Canadian government's annual assessment for membership in the international wheat cbuncil, $25,000. Canada Grain Act- 466. Administration, $129,399. 467. Board of grain commissioners-operating and maintenance expenses including inspection, weighing, registration, etc., $2,613,807. Canadian government elevators- 468. Operation and maintenance expenses (revote, $100,760), $625,467. 469. Construction of safety devices, and acquisition of new equipment (revote, $64,368), $64,368. Special- 470. To provide for payments by the government of Canada under agreement dated July 10, 1950, between the government of Canada and the government of Manitoba, establishing the greater Winnipeg diking board, $1,275,000. General administration- 786. Departmental administration including authority for an additional deputy minister for the Department of Trade and Commerce, to be appointed by the governor in council, to be called the associate deputy Minister of Trade and Commerce; to hold office during pleasure and to have and exercise under the Deputy Minister of Trade and Commerce such powers, duties and functions of the Minister of Trade and Commerce as may be specified by such minister, at a salary of $12,000, per annum; order in council P.C. 1481 of March 22, 1951, appointing Mitchell W. Sharp as such associate deputy minister on the terms therein set forth, is ratified-further amount required, $40,800. 787. Trade commissioner service, including payment of compensation to trade commissioners for damage to and loss of furniture and effects, under regulations approved by the governor in council- further amount required, $98,700. Exhibitions- 788. Exhibitions generally-further amount required, $55,000. 789. Canadian international trade fair, 1952-to provide for preparatory expenses of a Canadian international trade fair in 1952, the remaining amount required to be provided in the main estimates for 1952-53, $312,020.



Supply Standards division- 790. Weights and measures inspection servicesoperation and maintenance-further amount required, $10,600. Dominion bureau of statistics- 791. Census of population and agriculture and the 1951 census of distribution-further amount required, $261,000. Canada Grain Act- 792. Canadian government elevators-operation and maintenance-further amount required, $80,000. Special-[DOT] 793. To provide for payments by the government of Canada under agreement dated July 10, 1950, between the government of Canada and the government of Manitoba, establishing the greater Winnipeg diking board (revote)-further amount required, $430,793.



Department- 680. Departmental administration and payments to Canadian Commercial Corporation and other corporate agencies for services provided in connection with defence purchasing and production- further amount required, $1,000,000. 681. To provide capital assistance for the construction, acquisition, extension or improvement of capital equipment or works by private contractors engaged in defence contracts, or by crown plants operated on a management-fee basis, or by crown companies under direction of the Minister of Defence Production, subject to approval of treasury board-further amount required $50,000,000. 825. To authorize a further amount of $50,000,000 for the purpose of increasing from $100,000,000 to $150,000,000 the amount by which expenditures charged to the defence production revolving fund may in the current and subsequent fiscal years exceed receipts shown therein, as provided for in section 16 of the Defence Production Act, $50,000,000. National research council- 302. Salaries and other expenses, $10,679,821. 303. Construction or acquisition of buildings, works, land and new equipment (revote $739,000), $3,481,675. Atomic energy control board- 304. Administration expenses of the atomic energy control board, $62,108. 305. Researches and investigations with respect to atomic energy, $200,000. Atomic energy project- 306. Operation and maintenance, $6,624,747. 307. Construction or acquisition of buildings, works, land and new equipment (revote $600,000), 11,625,885. 308. Construction of a new reactor, $7,000,000.



Privy council oifice- 322. General administration, $205,586. Privy council office- 739. General administration-further amount required, $75,000. Prime Minister's office- 323. Salaries of staff, $123,949. Prime Minister's residence- 324. Maintenance and operation, $25,000. Federal district commission- 325. Maintenance and improvement of grounds adjoining government buildings, Ottawa, and improvements to the parkway system under the control of the federal district commission, $421,400. 326. Expenses of the national capital planning committee, $45,000. 327. To authorize payment of the fourth instalment to a special account in the consolidated revenue fund, known as the national capital fund, established under vote No. 809, Appropriation Act, No. 4, 1947-48, $2,500,000.



168. 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 chap. 182, R.S.C., 1927, $114,597.



439 Departmental administration, $196,501. 440. Companies branch, $82,371. 441 Trade mark branch, including a contribution of $2,400 to the international office for the protection of industrial property, $85,517. 442. Bureau for translations, $816,683. 443. Canada Temperance Act, $1,000. Patent and copyright office- 444. Administration division, $48,452. 445. Patent division, $729,899. 446. Copyright and industrial designs division, including a contribution of $2,100 to the union office for the protection of literary and artistic works, $20,828. 447. Patent record division, $72,474. General- 448 Bibliographic centre (national library), $48,221. Public archives- 328. General administration and technical services, $263,473. Civil service commission- 75. Salaries and contingencies of the commission, including the chairman of the civil service commission and two civil service commissioners at $2,000 each, additional to chapter 53, statutes of 1947 and to provide for continuance in office of C. If. Bland as chairman of the civil service commission from September 6, 1951, to March 31, 1953, the date of expiry of the term of ten years for which he was last appointed, $1,664,586. Civil service commission-[DOT] 679. Salaries and contingencies of the commission-further amount required, $10,000. Public Printing and Stationery- 329. Departmental administration, $72,604. 330. Printing and binding the annual statutes, $30,000. 331. Canada Gazette, $130,000. 332. Plant equipment and replacements, $257,265. 333. Distribution of official documents, $118,186. 334. Printing and binding official publications for sale and distribution to departments and the public, $230,000. Public printing and stationery- 740. Printing and binding the annual statutes- further amount required, $10,000. 741. Plant equipment and replacements-further amount required, $138,650. 742. Distribution of official documents-further amount required, $10,000. 743. Printing and binding official publications for sale and distribution to departments and the public -further amount required, $200,000.



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