May 12, 1930 (16th Parliament, 4th Session)

LIB

Pierre-Joseph-Arthur Cardin (Minister of Marine and Fisheries)

Liberal

Mr. CARDIN:

1 and 2 No.
S. Yes.
4. A boat was chartered from Howard Clark of Alberton, at rate of $14 per day, charterer to furnish engineer. Payment was not made for Sundays or legal holidays on which boat was not in use.
5. Two in addition to engineer who was employed by charterer.
6. Seymour Young, Alberton, captain and observer, $7.50 per day, he to find his own board. Morris Perry, Alberton, deckhand, $100 per month, he to find his own board. Engineer employed by charterer and name unknown.
7 and 8. Nine scallop producing areas were located off coast of Prince Edward Island as follows:
1. Off the north end of P.E.I. on the east side between Cape Kildare and North Point.
2. Off the north end of P.E.I. on the west side between south of Cape Gage and North Point.
3. Off the north coast of P.E.I. between Cape Kildare and Cape Tyron.
4. On the north coast of P.E.I. at the entrance to Malpeque harbour.
5. Charlottetown harbour.
6. Off the south coast of P.EJ. across the entrance to Hillsborough bay.

Questions

7. Off the south coast of P.E.I. from north west of Bell Point to south west of South Point.
8. Off the south coast of P.E.I. between Little Sands and White Sands.
9. Off the east coast of P.E.I. from south of Cape Bear to south of Rollo Bay.
9. Not known.
OSTREA i

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   SCALLOP FISHING-ALBERTON, P.E.I.
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