August 13, 1903 (9th Parliament, 3rd Session)

CON

Samuel Barker

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. BARKER.

Gilbert, poultry manager ; Mr. A. T. Char-ron, assistant chemist ; Mr. J. L. A. Mc-Murray, Mr. John Fixter.
Branch of the Commissioner of Agriculture and Dairying-Dr. Jas. W. Robertson, LL.D., commissioner ; J. C. Chapais, assistant dairy commissioner ; F. W. Hodson, live stock commissioner ; J. A. Ruddick, chief of the dairy division ; W. A. Mackinnon, chief of the fruit division ; George H. Clark, chief of tiie sued division ; Frank Hare, chief of tile poultry division ; A. W. Woodward, official referee for butter and cheese ; Alex. McNeil, fruit inspector ; Elmer Lick, fruit inspector ; P. J. Carey, fruit inspector; J. F. Scriver, fruit inspector ; E. H. Wartman, fruit inspector ; Richard Burke, fruit inspector ; Geo. IT. Vroom, fruit inspector ; F. L. D&ry, fruit inspector ; J. J. Philp, fruit inspector ; Barton Gandy, fruit inspector ; Freeman Fitch, fruit inspector ; Maxwell Smith, fruit inspector.
In addition to the foregoing, the following persons have been specially engaged at various times to deliver lectures : T. G. Raynor, Daniel Drummond, Henry Glenden-uing, J. E. Orr. Mrs. I. E. Tilson, Prof. H. H. Dean, Robert Thompson, Duncan Anderson, John Jackson, Jas. Slieppbard, G. C. Cottrelle, J. M. Gardliouse, Gus Boyer, C. W. Nash. It. F. Holtermann, Robert Ness, G. W. Clemons.
2. Brome, Beauce, Compton, Drummond, Megantic* Richmond, Wolfe, St. John, Iberville, Rouville, Missisquoi, Sliefford, Sherbrooke, Stanstead, Artliabaska, Terrebonne, Montcalm, I/Assomption, Joliette, Berthier, St. Maurice, Champlain, Argenteuil, Cham-bly, Chioutimi, Jacques Cartier, La Praire, Laval, Lotbiniere, Maskinonge, Nicolet, Richelieu, St. Hyaeinthe, Two Mountains, Vaudreuil, Vereheres and Yamaska, Port-neuf, Quebec, Quebec (city), Montmorency, Dorchester, Huntingdon, Bagot, Bellechasse, Chateauguay, Kamouraska, L'Islet, Mont-magny, Rimouski, Temiscouata, Charlevoix, Lac St. Jean, Matane, Montreal, St. John, Wright.
3. The officers of the department are not paid anything for lecturing in addition to their regular salaries. Other persons engaged by the department are paid at the rate of three dollars per day.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   LECTURES ON AGRICULTURE.
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