May 9, 1901 (9th Parliament, 1st Session)

LIB

James Sutherland (Minister Without Portfolio)

Liberal

Hon. JAMES SUTHERLAND.

The revenue received in cash and scrip from sales of land, timber dues, &c., within the Canadian Pacific Railway belt in British Columbia is as follows :
Fiscal year.
1885- 86
1886- 87
1887- 88
1888- 89
1889- 90
1890- 91
1891- 92
1892- 93
1893- 94
1894- 95
1895- 96
1896- 97
1897- 98
1898- 99
1899- 1900
July 1, 1900, to Mar. 31, 1901..
Total
$ 5,368 05
18,667 38
36,154 20
37,423 96
77,287 97
75,784 70
82,062 41
89,167 28
55,985 05
39,977 79
41,800 14
26,806 50
33.767 54
57,019 35
40,S40 45
19,820 72
$737,933 49
, COMMERCIAL AGENTS.
Mr. KEMP-by Mr. Brock-asked :
1. How many commercial agents have the government stationed abroad?
2. How many are solely employed by the government? *
3. What is the name and location and the remuneration received by each?
Wale street, Cape Town, South Africa ; D. Treau de Coeli, 75 Marchg St. Jacques, Antwerp, Belgium.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   SALE OF RAILWAY LANDS.
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