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10 GEORGE V 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 



A. 1919 



FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1920. 



(Special Session 1919-20.) 



No. of Vote. 


Service. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts . 




CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 








536 


Civil Service Commission — 

Amount required to cover estimated cost of various 
changes in Printing Bureau, to enabl proposeu re- 






276,000 00 




LEGISLATION. 






r<t 


House of Commons. 








537 


lo provide payment for the sessional indemnity of Mem- 
bers of the House of Commons, that is to say, for days 
lost through absence caused by illness, public business, 
or being engaged in necessary farming operations or on 
account of death, notwithstanding anything to the enn- 
trary in the Senate and House of Commons Act, Re- 
vised Statutes of Canada, 1906 Cap. 10, — Payment in 
case of death to be made as the Treasury Board may 






10,000 00 




LABOUR. 






53.S 


Further amount required to defray expenses of Industrial 
Relations' Commission 




5,000 00 
5,000 00 

25,000 00 
25,000 00 




5 


Further amount required to defray expenses of National 
Conference, and for printing of proceedings 






540 


Amount required to defray expenses of Canadian delegates, 
and advisers, to International Labour conference at 
Washington 






04 1 


Additional amount required for the remainder of the fiscal 
year to defray expenses of the Director of Coal opera- 
tions, and staff, in Alberta, and for printing, stationery, 
and clerical assistance, not otherwise provided for 












60,000 00 












JJUMJ.JN1U.iN LiAJNDS AMU JrAKKS. 








542 


• 

Amount required to provide relief by way of necessary sup- 
plies of food, clothing, fuel, etc., also fodder for animals 
to needy settlers of ihe Provinces of Alberta and Sas- 
katchewan by co-operation and agreement with the 
Provincial Governments or otherwise, and under regu- 
lations to be made by ihe Governor in Council 






• 

2,000,000 00 




SOLDIERS' LAND SETTLEMENT. 






5'-3 


\dvances to soldiers settling upon the land, and cost of ad- 
ministering The Soldier Settlement Acts of 1917 and 1919, 
including clerical assistance. Further amount required 

SOLDIERS' CIVIL RE -ESTABLISHMENT. 






20,000,000 00 








544 


To carry out the recommendations of the report of the com- 
mittee on Bill No. 10 {Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment) 






40, 000,000 00 












Total 






1)2,346,000 00 











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