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Estimates (Suppl.) 
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SUPPLEMENTARY/ ESTIMATES (A) 



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FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 
MARCH 31, 1965 



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Table of Contents and Summary of Estimates for 1964-65 



Department 



Previous 
Estimates 



This 

Supplementary 

Estimate 



Total 



Agriculture 

Citizenship and Immigration 

External Affairs — 

Department 

Finance 

Fisheries 

Forestry 

Justice 

Labour — 

Department 

Mines and Technical Surveys — 

Department 

National Defence 

National Gallery of Canada 

National Research Council, including the Medical 

Research Council 

Northern Affairs and National Resources 

Post Office 

Privy Council — 

Privy Council Office 

Public Archives and National Library — 

Public Archives 

National Library 

Public Works — 

Department 

National Capital Commission , 

Secretary of State — 

Department 

Trade and Commerce — 

Department 

Transport — 

Department 

Board of Transport Commissioners 

Canadian Maritime Commission , 

National Harbours Board 

Veterans Affairs 

Departments for which no Supplementary Esti 

mates are required 



140,124,800 
77,045,520 

124,038,074 

1,449,655,300 

24,631,000 

19,469,700 

51,552,100 

114,228,500 

54,249,000 

1,525,000,000 

1,297,000 

67.860,900 

89,602,300 

208,878,000 

11,043,467 

840,400 
469,300 

201,894,700 
9,920,000 

5,352,000 

83,037,540 

266,667,200 

13,520,900 

37,316,580 

2,113,500 

330,792,000 

1,802,913,727 



493,377 
3,965,900 

1,590,700 

35,350,001 

1,588,001 

797,200 

36,840 

263,004 

157,000 

1,327,003 

17,000 

1 

2,647,501 

804,800 

1,024,701 

21,500 
20,000 

2,395,000 
1 

84,000 

170,000 

8,694,802 

400,000 

4,000,001 

5,237,801 

87,000 



140,618,177 
81,011,420 

125,628,774 

1,485,005,301 

26,219,001 

20,266,900 

51,588,940 

114,491,504 

54,406,000 

1,526,327,003 

1,314,000 

57,860,901 

92,249,801 

209,682,800 

12,068,168 

861,900 
489,300 

204,289,700 
9,920,001 

5,436,000 

83,207,540 

275,362,002 

13,920,900 

41,316,581 

7,351,301 

330,879,000 

1,802,913,727 



Budgetary Expenditures. 



S,7«3,513,5«8 



71,173,134 



«,774,68«,«4S 



27 



Loans, Investments and Advances. 



108,897,000 



333,518,602 



442,415,602 



Vote Numbers 

An item being supplemented in these Estimates bears the same vote number used for the item 
in previous Estimates for t^s year. Vote numbers appearing for the first time this year are under- 
lined. All vote numbers beai- the suffix "a" to identify the vote with these Supplementary 

Estimates (A). -^ 



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SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



AGRICULTURE 

Administration 
Vote la— Departmental Administration. . 



DEPABTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 

Professional and Special Services 



.(4) 



PRODUCnON AND MARKETING 

Administration 
Vote 17a— Subsidies for Cold Storage Warehouses under 



the Cold Storage Act (20) 



Animal and Animal Products 

Vote 25a— Grants, Contributions and Subsidies in the 
amounts and subject to the terms specified in the sub 
vote titles listed in the Details of Estimates 



DAIRY PRODUCTTS DIVISION — GRANTS AND OTHER ASSISTANCE 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CHEESE AND CHEESE FACTORY 

IMPROVEMENT ACT 

Subsidies for construction and reconstruction of cheese factories, 
improving cheese maturing facilities in cheese factories 
and the standardization of cheese pressing equipment (20) 

Premiums on high quality cheese (20) 



LIVESTOCK DIVISION — GRANTS TO AGRICULTURAL FAIRS AND 

EXHISmONS IN ACCORDANCE WPTH REGULATIONS OF THE 

GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL 



Grants to Class "A" and Class "B" Fairs. 



(20) 



SPECIAL GRANT TO ROYAL AGRICULTURAL WINTER FAIR, TORONTO. . (20) 
SPECIAL GRANT TO THE COUNTY OF RICHELIEU AGRICULTURAL 



SOCIETY, SOREL, QUE. 



.(20) 



Plant and Plant Products 

Vote 35a— Grants, Contributions and Subsidies as detailed 
in the Estimates 



PLANT PRODUCTS DIVISION — CONTRIBUTIONS TO BRmSH 
COLUMBU, IN ACCORDANCE WITH TERMS AND CONDITIONS 
PRESCRIBED BY THE MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE, OF ONE-HALF 
OF THE TRANSPORTATION CHARGES PAID BY THAT PROVINCE IN 
RESPECT OF THE EMERGENCY MOVEMENT OF HAY IN THE 
PERIOD FROM THE FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER, 1963, TO THE 
THIRTY-FIRST DAY OP MARCH, 1964 (20) 

Total, Agriculture 



53,1 



53,000 



50,000 



387,177 



84,500 
82.500 



167,000 



35,000 



36,177 



150,000 



387.177 



3,200 



3,200 



493,377 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION 

Citizenship 

Vote 5a— Administration, Operation and Maintenance in 
eluding grants and contributions for language Instruction 
and citizenship promotion— To extend the purposes of 
Vote 5 of the Main Estimates for 1964-65 to Include the 
grants to organizations detailed In these Estimates 



CITIZENSHIP BRANCH INCLUDING GRANTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS 
FOR LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION AND CITIZENSHIP PROMOTION 



Grants for Citizenship Promotion. 



(20) 



GRANTS TO ORGANIZATIONS AS 
DETAILED IN THE ESTIMATES 



Canadian General Council of the Boy Scouts Association (20) 

Canadian Council of the Girl Guides Association (20) 

Boys' Clubs of Canada (20) 



Indian Affairs 

Vote 15a — Administration, Operation and Maintenance 
including expenditures on works on other than federal 
property, grants and contributions as detailed in the 
Estimates— To extend the purposes of Vote 15 of the Main 
Estimates for 1964-65 to include authority to make grants 
and contributions pursuant to agreements entered into 
with the Governments of the Provinces or the Territories 
or other groups or authorities approved of by the (xovernor 
In Council, for the provision of welfare and other services 
to Indians 



administration 
Professional and Special Services 



(4) 



WELFARE — OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INCLUDING GRANTS 
AND CONTRIBUTIONS AS DETAILED IN THE ESTIMATES AND AUTH- 
ORITY TO MAKE GRANTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS PURSUANT TO 
AGREEMENTS ENTERED INTO WITH THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE 
PROVINCES OR THE TERRITORIES OR OTHER GROUPS OR AUTH- 
ORITIES APPROVED OF BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL, FOR THE 
PROVISION OF WELFARE AND OTHER SERVICES TO INDIANS 

Professional and Special Services 

Travelling and Removal Expenses 

Cash Payments to Indians, provided that Treasury Board may 
increase or decrease the amount within the Vote for this 
purpose 

Grants to Provinces on basis of agreements, provided that 
Treasury Board may increase or decrease the amount 
within the Vote for this purpose 

Band Council Grants 

Regional Development including Reserve Improvement 
Grants to Councils 

Indian Leadership Training 

Training of Community Development Officers 

StafJ Development 

Indian Consultation 



32.300 



15,000 
15,000 
10,000 



40,000 



72,300 



51,000 



(20) 



(20) 
(20) 

(20) 
(22) 
22) 
22) 
;22) 



32,500 
5,000 



2,426,000 



300.000 
6,000 

10,000 
5,100 
10,000 
15,000 
30,000 

2,837,600 



72,SM 



{,393,6M 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION (Continued) 
Indian Affaihs (Continued) 
Vote 15a (Continued) 

OOMMTJNmr BMPLOYMENT PROGRAM — OPERATION AND 
MAINTENANCE 



Community Employment Projects. 



(22) 



500,000 



EDUCATION — ADMINISTRATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 
INCLUDING A GRANT TO THE UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN 

Grant to University of Saskatchewan for library and resources 
center on persons of Indian origin (20) 



Vote 20a— Construction or Acquisition of BuUdlngs, Works 
Land and Equipment 



5,000 



3,393,600 



COMMUNITY EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM — CONSTRUCnON OR 
ACQUISITION OF BUILDINGS, WORKS, LAND AND EQUIPMENT 



Construction or Acquisition of Buildings and Works. 



(13) 



600,000 



Total, Citizenship and Immigration. 



EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 

A— DEPARTMENT 

Vote la— Administration, Operation and Maintenance Includ- 
ing grants as detailed In the Estimates 



DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 



Telephones, Telegrams and Other Communication Services. ... (8) 
Acquisition of Equipment (16) 



Qirr TO COMMEMORATE THE INDEPENDENCE OF NIGERIA (REVOTE) . (20) 



GIFT TO COMMEMORATE THE INDEPENDENCE OF TANGANYIKA (RE- 

VOTE) (20) 



320,000 
51,000 



371,000 



3,000 



2,600 



GIFT TO COMMEMORATE THE INDEPENDENCE OF KENYA. 



.(20) 



5,000 



381,600 



Vote 10a— Representation Abroad— Construction, acquisition 
or improvement of buildings, worlts, land, equipment and 
furnishings 



Acquisition of Communications Equipment (16) 



113,000 



500,000 



t,905,90# 



381,000 



113,000 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



EXTERNAL AFFAIRS (Continued) 

A— DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Vote 15a— Contributions to International Multilateral Eco- 
nomic and Special Aid Programs as detailed in the Estt 
mates 



l,060,00f 



(Special Aid Programs) 

CONTMBtmON TO QREECE OF CANADIAN FOOD PRODUCTS UP TO A 
TOTAL AMOUNT OF $1,000,000 TO ASSIST IN MEETING SPECIAL 
DEFENCE REQUIREMENTS (20) 



CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS THE REFUGEE PROGRAM OF THE INTER- 
GOVERNMENTAL COMMirrEE FOR EUROPEAN MIGRATION (20) 



Tote !30a— Other Payments to International Organizations 
and Programs as detailed in the Estimates 



1,000,000 



60,000 



1,060,000 



7.1 



PAYMENT TO THE INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION IN 
PART RE-IMBURSEMENT OF COMPENSATION PAID TO ITS CANADIAN 
EMPLOYEES FOR QUEBEC INCOME TAX FOR THE 1963 TAXATION 
YEAR (20) 



External Aid Office 
Vote 30a— Salaries and Expenses 



Telephones and Telegrams (8) 

Publication of Reports and Other Material (9) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 



Total, A — Department. 



FINANCE 

Administration 

Vote la— Departmental Administration including grants 
as detailed in the Estimates 



contribution to THB ALBERNI VALLEY AND WEST COAST DISASTER 

FUND (20) 

Government Administration 

Vote 15— Contingencies— Subject to the approval of the 
Treasury Board, (a) to supplement the paylist provisions 
of other votes; (b) for miscellaneous minor or unforeseen 
expenses; and (c) for awards under the Public Servants 
Inventions Act; including authority to re-use any sums 
repaid to this appropriation from other appropriations 



TO SUPPLEMENT OTHER VOTES, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE 
treasury board, for the PAYMENT OF SALARIES, WAGES AND 
OTHER PAYLIST CHARGES (1) 



7,000 



3,500 
15,000 
10,600 



250,000 



29, IM 



1,5M,7M 



250,« 



35,000,00f 



35,000,000 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



FINANCE (Continued) 
GovEBNMENT Administbation (Continued) 
Vote 17a— To deem, for the purposes of section 28 of the 



Public Service Superannuation Act, the expression 
"public service employer" to include tiie administrator 
of a superannuation or pension fund or plan estab- 
lished by an Act of the Le^slature of a Province for the 
benefit of employees described in the Act and the said 
employees to be employees of that public service em- 
ployer (21) 



Royal Canadian Mint 
Vote 35a— Administration, Operation and Maintenance. 



Express on Coin Shipments (6) 

Supplies — Coining and Medal Work (12) 

Supplies — Numismatic Work (12) 



Total, Finance . 



FISHERIES 

Vote la— Departmental Administration 

INFORMATION AND CONSUMER SEBTICK 

Publication of Reports and Other Material (9) 

Exhibits, Advertising, Films, Broadcasting and Displays (10) 



ECONOMICS SERVICE 

Professional and Special Services (4) 

Sundries (22) 



Fisheries Management and Development 

Tote 5a— Operation and Maintenance Including Canada's 
share of the expenses of the International Commissions 
detailed in the Estimates and of the costs of programs and 
projects shared Jointly vfith the Provinces and industry. 



INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICE INCLUDING THE FEDERAL 
SHARES OF THE COSTS OF PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS SHARED 
JOINTLY WITH THE PROVINCES AND INDUSTRY 

Professional and Special Services (4) 

Travelling and Removal Expenses (5) 

Telephones and Telegrams (8) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Community Fishing Stages (22) 

Development and Demonstration of Vessels, Gear and Related 

Equipment (22) 

Development and Demonstration of Facilities for Processing, 

Packaging, Storing and Transporting (22) 

Sundries (22) 



100,000 



60,000 
20,000 
20,000 



35,350,001 



55,000 



20,000 
10,000 



30,000 



20,000 
5,000 



25,000 



55,000 



913,000 



40,000 

10,000 

1,700 

2,300 

364,000 

200,000 

25,000 
21,000 

664,000 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



FISHERIES (Continued) 
Fisheries Management and Development (Continued) 
Vote 5a (Continued) 

Canada's share or expenses or the international 

COMMISSIONS detailed IN THE ESTIMATES 

International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission (Chap. 11, 
Statutes of 1967) (22) 



Vote lOa— Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, Worlcs, 
Iiand,and Equipment — To extend ttie purposes of Vote 10 
of tlie Main Estimates for 1964-65 to provide for ttie acquisi- 
tion of land for the International Pacific Salmon Fisheries 
Commission, as required by Article vm of the Convention 
(Chap. 11, Statutes of 1957) 



249,000 



913,000 



Canada's share op the expenses of international commissions 

Acquisition of land (13) 

Less — Anticipated lapses (34) 



Vote 15a— Grants, contributions and subsidies in the amounts 
and subject to the terms specified in the sub-vote titles 
listed in the Details of Estimates 



25,000 
24,999 



4«0,ftM 



•iW»,. 



ASSISTANCE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH TERMS AND CONDITIONS AP- 
PROVED BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL, FOR THE CONSTRUC- 
TION OF FISHING VESSELS IN RESPECT OF WHICH CAPFIAL 
SUBSIDIES ARE NOT PAYABLE PURSUANT TO ANY OTHER 
FEDERAL AUTHORIZATION (20) 



CONTRIBUTION FOR THE EXPANSION OF THE PUBLIC AQUARIUM AT 
VANCOUVER, BRmSH COLUMBIA, IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN 
AGREEMENT TO BE ENTERED INTO BY THE MINISTER OF FISH- 
ERIES, WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL, 
THE TOTAL COST TO BE BORNE IN EQUAL SHARES BY THE GOV- 
ERNMENT OF CANADA, THE GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUM- 
BIA AND THE CITY OP VANCOUVER, THE CONTRIBUTION OF 
THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA NOT TO EXCEED $250,000; 
ESTIMATED AMOUNT REQUIRED FOR 1964-65 (20) 



Fisheries Research Board of Canada 
Vote 21a— Administration, Operation and Maintenance. 

operation and maintenance 



300,000 



100,000 



400,000 



2Z9,{ 



Travelling Expenses (5) 

Materials and Supplies (12) 

Charter and Rental of Equipment (18) 



15,000 

165,000 

40,000 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



(« 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Biological Research Stations and Units: 

St. John's, Newfoundland 

St. Andrews, New Brunswick 

Arctic Unit (Montreal, Quebec) 

London, Ontario 

Nanaimo, British Columbia 

Technological Research Stations and Units: 

London, Ontario 

Halifax, Nova Scotia 

Vancouver, British Columbia 



Services and Details 



FISHERIES (Continued) 
FiSHEBiES Research Boabd of Canada (Continued) 



Vote 20a— (Continued) 



(Further Details) 



Total, Fisheries. 



FORESTRY 

Vote 5a— Contributions to the Provinces In the amounts and 
subject to the terms specified In the Details of Estimates.. . . 



CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK FOR ASSIST- 
ANCE IN A PROGRAM DESIGNED TO COMBAT THE SPRUCE BUD- 
WORM INFESTATION, IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN AGREEMENT 
BETWEEN CANADA AND THE PROVINCE (20) 



Forest Research 
Tote Ito— Operation and Maintenance. . 



Travelling Expenses — Field Investigations (5) 

Publication of Departmental Reports and Other Material (9) 

Other Materials and Supplies (12) 



Tote 15a— Construction or Acquisition of BuDdlngs, Works, 
Land and Equipment 



Construction or Acquisition of Equipment. 



(16) 



Forest Entomology and Pathology 

Tote 25a— Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, Works, 
Land and Equipment 



Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, Works and Land (13) 

Total, Forestry 



Amount 



Details 



28,000 
61,000 
11,000 
21,000 
38,000 

10,000 

42,000 

9,000 



500.000 



16,400 

27,200 

6,600 



97,000 



150,000 



Totals 



1,588,M1 



5M,M« 



M,2N 



W,« 



16*,«M 



797,2M 



7251&— 2 



10 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



JUSTICE 

Leoal and Other Sebvicks 

Tote la— Administration including grants and contributions 
as detailed in the Estimates 



26,( 



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departmental administration 

Travelling expenses of judges attending a seminar on sentencing 
at Toronto (5) 

Grant to the Canadian Corrections Association to assist in de- 
fraying the expenses of the Fifth International Crimino- 
logical Congress to be held in Montreal in 1965 (20) 



Correctional Services 

Vote 12a— Payment in the current and subsequent fiscal 
years of pensions in respect of the late W. C. Went- 
worth, J. E. R. J. Tellier. J. H. Jo> nson, M. E. Jenkin 
and R. E. Farrell, all former penitentiary officers who 
were iiilled while on duty, to commence 

(a) in the case of the late VV. C, Wentworth and 
J. E. R. J. Tellier as of the date of the death of 
the late W. C. Wentworth and J. E. R. J. Tellier, 
respectively, and 

(b) in the case of the death of the late J. H. Joynson, 
M. E. Jenkin and K. E. Farrell as of April 1, 1964, 

and to be paid at the same rates as if each of the afore- 
mentioned deceased was, immediately prior to his 
death, a person described in subsection (1) of section 27 
of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannua- 
tion Act holding the rank of Inspector in the Royal 
Canadian Mounted Police but 

(c) in the current fiscal year, each of those rates 
shaU be reduced by the appropriate rate, as 
determined by the Treasury Board, at which a 
benefit payable at an annual or monthly rate 
has been and is being paid pursuant to the 
Government Employees Compensation Act, 
Chapter 11 of the Statutes of 1914, the Appro- 
priation Act No. 6, 1926-27 and the Appropria- 
tion Act No. 9, 1959, as the case may be, and 

(d) in each subsequent fiscal year, no amount shall 
be paid in respect of each of the aforementioned 
deceased pursuant to the Government Em- 
ployees Compensation Act, Chapter 11 of the 
Statutes of 1914, the Appropriation Act No. 6, 
1926-27 and the Appropriation Act No. 5, 1959; 

additional amount required for 1964-65 (21) 



6,000 
20,000 



Total, Justice. 



LABOUR 

A— DEPARTMENT 
Vote 1»— General Administration 

ECONOMICS AND RESEARCH BRANCH 

Publication of Research Reports and Other Material (9) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 



8,000 
4,000 

12,000 



1«,8M 



177,1 



S.—il 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



11 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



LABOUR (Continued) 
A— DEPARTMENT (Continued) 
Vote la (Continued) 

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ACTIVITIES 

Allowances and Expenses of Industrial Disputes Investigations, 
Boards, Commissions, Referees and Advisory Committees (22) 

SPECIAL SERVICES BRANCH 

Publication of Informational Material (9) 

Newspaper, Radio, Film and Other Publicity (10) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 



Vote 7a— To authorize the €k)vernor in Council to transfer 



the powers, duties and functions of the Unemploy- 
ment Insurance Commission under sections ?l-'24, 
inclusive, of the Unemployment Insurance Act to the 
Minister of Labour, and to transfer such members of 
the staff of the Uncmpioyment Insurance Commission 
as may be necessary to give effect to the foregoing to the 
Department of I>al)our; and to provide that the provi- 
sions made by any Appropriation Act for the fiscal year 
ending tlie Slst day of March, 1965, based on Estimates 
1961-65, to defray 

(a) expenses of the Unemployment Insurance Commis- 
sion with respect to the povvers, duties and func- 
tions referred to lierein; and 

(b) expenses for the transfer of lal)our to places where 
employment is available and expenses incidental 
thereto in accordance with regulations of the 
Governor in Council; 

shall apply to such classifications of the Public Service 
within the Department of I^abour as the Governor in 
Council may determine (ZZ) 



Technical and Vocational Training Assistance 



Vote Its— Administration . 



Professional and Special Services. 

Travelling Expenses 

Freight, Express and Cartage 

Postage. 



7251&— 2§ 



Telephones and Telegrams (8) 

Publication of Reports and Bulletins on Technical and Voca- 
tional Training (9) 

Films and Other Promotional Publicity (10) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Expenses of Conierences on Technical and Vocational Training. (22) 



Vote 15a— To carry out the purposes of the Technical and 
Vocational Training Assistance Act and agreements made 
thereunder— Payments to the Provinces— To extend the 
purposes of Vote 15 of the Main Estimates, 1964-65 to 
authorize ihe Minister of Labour to enter into agreements 
with any province subject to terms and conditions as may 
be prescribed by the Governor in Council for the purpose 
of sharing in provincial government expenditures or grants 
for research projects to provide information relating 
to technical and vocational training and manpower 
requirements; and to provide for payment of the federal 
share of provincial expenditures and grants under these 
agreements during the current fiscal year 



10,000 



5,000 

145,000 

5,000 



156,000 



177.000 



86,N« 



36,000 

7,500 

1,000 

400 

1,500 

32,500 
3,100 
1,500 
2,500 



12 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-€5 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



LABOUR (Continued) 
; A— DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Vote 15a (Continued) 

FEDERAL SHARE OF EXPENDITTTRES AND GRANTS UNDER 

AGREEMENTS WITH THE PROVINCES IN RESPECT OF RESEARCH 

PROJECTS ON TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL TRAIJaNG AND 

MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS 

Federal share of expenditures and grants 

Less — Anticipated lapses 



.(20) 
(34) 



Vote 2€a— To authorize payment of compensation in 



the current and subsequent fiscal years to Edgar 
Simms under the Government Employees Compensa- 
tion Act in respect of the injury sustained by him 
while a seaman on board the Customs Cutter "M. V. 
Shuiamite" in June, 1936, as if he incurred the injury 
by an accident arising out of and in the course of his 
employment while an employee within the meaning 
of the Government Employees Compensation Act (21) 

Vote 27a— To authorize in the current and subsequent 



fiscal years payment of compensation pursuant to the 
Government Employees Compensation Act to the de- 
pendents of any former employee within the meaning 
of that Act who died in Prince Edward Island during 
the period commencing on the 1st day of October, 
1935 and ending on March 15, 1961, as a result of injury 
arising out of and in thecourseof employment, in such 
amount as would be payable to the dependents had 
the said employee died on or after March 16, 1961 (21) 



Total, A — Department. 



MINES AND TECHNICAL SURVEYS 

A— DEPARTMENT 
Administration Services 
Vote la— Departmental Administration 



AIR PHOTO PRODUCTION UNIT 

Travelling and Removal Expenses (5) 

Freight, Express and Cartage (6) 

Telephones and Telegrams (8) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Materials and Supplies (12) 

Acquisition of Equipment (16) 

Repairs and Upkeep of Equipment (17) 

Sundries (22) 



100,000 
99,999 






263,M4 



U7,l 



2,500 
1,500 
1,600 
1,800 
100,000 
42,300 
5,800 
1,500 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964^65 



18 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



NATIONAL DEFENCE 

RoTAL Canadian Navy 

Vote 15a — Operation and Maintenance and Construction or 
Acquisition of Buildings, Worlcs, Land and Major Equip' 
ment 



OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 

Royal Canadian Navy — Regular Force and General 

Materials and Supplies: 

Gasoline, Fuel Oil and Lubricants for Ships, Aircraft and 

Mechanical Equipment (12) 

Miscellaneous Materials and Supplies (12) 



Canadian Arht 

Vote 3fa— Operation and Maintenance and Construction or 
Acquisition of Buildings, H'orlcs, Land and Major Equip- 
ment , 



operation and maintenance 

Canadian Army (Regular) and General 

Professional and Special Services: 

Medical Consultants and Special Services (4) 

Materials and Supplies: 

Gasoline, Fuel Oil, Lubricants for Operation of Mechanical 

Equipment (12) 

Food Supplies (12) 

Miscellaneous Supplies (12) 

Barrack, Hospital and Camp Stores (12) 

Rentals of Land, Buildings and Works (15) 

Repairs and Upkeep of Equipment (17) 

All Other Expenditures (22) 



construction or ACQtnsrnoN or buildings, works, land 

AND MAJOR EQUIPUENT 



Major Procurement of Equipment: 

Electronic and Communication Equipment . 



(16) 



RoTAL Canadian Air Force 

Vote 25a— Operation and Maintenance and Construction or 
Acquisition of Buildings, Worlds, Land and Major Equip- 
ment 



OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 

Royal Canadian Air Force — Regular and General 

Materials and Supplies (12) 

Repairs and Upkeep of Equipment (17) 



127,000 
12,000 



32,000 



15,000 
91,000 
6,000 
16,000 
30,000 
89.000 
11,000 



289,000 



60,000 



349,000 



123,000 
716,000 



139. 



349,( 



839,«e« 



14 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



NATIONAL DEFENCE (Continued) 
; Pensions and Other Benefits 
Vote 5fa— To authorize the Governor in Council to prescribe 



the circumstances under which a contributor who, 
having served in the Forces for ten or more years, is 
conipulsorlly retired from tlie Forces before reaching 
retirement age during the period commencing on the 
7th day of May, 1964, and ending two years thereafter, 
due to a reduction in the total number of members of 
the Forces, shall be deemed, for the purposes of sub- 
section (3) of section 10 of the Canadian Forces Super- 
annuation Act, to have served in the Forces for twenty 
or more years (21) 



Vote 57a— To authorize the Governor in Council to prescribe 



the terms and conditions (including conditions as to 
interest) upon which a person who, when a member 
of the regular Forces, failed, due to erroneous treat- 
ment, to make an election in respect of prior service 
under section 45 of the Militia Pension Act, during the 
period October 1, 1946 to September 30, 1947, and who 
subsequently made an election under paragraph (b) 
of section 5 of the Canadian Forces Superannuation 
Act, to pay for that service as a period of service des- 
cribed in clause (K) of subparagraph (ii) of that 
paragraph, shall be deemed to have made such election 
under the Militia Pension Act within the time pre- 
scribed therefor by that Act (21) 



Vote 58a— To authorize the Governor in Council to desig- 



nate by order as a special duty area any area outside 
Canada in which an officer or man or former officer or 
man of the Canadian Forces is or has been required to 
serve on or subsequent to the first day of January, 
1949; and thereupon the Pension Act shall apply to 
and in respect of every officer and man or former officer 
or man of the Canadian Forces in respect of his service 
in such area on or subsequent to that date while the 
order is in force in respect thereto or during such later 
period as the order may specify as though such service 
were military service (other than service rendered in 
the non-permanent active militia or in the reserve army) 
rendered during World War II within the meaning of 
the Pension Act and as though the service described in 
paragrapli (v) of section 3 of that Act included service 
in such special duty area in any of the services during 
such period ; provided that where a pension is payable 
by virtue of an order herein in respect of any death or 
disability, subsection (2) of section 13 of that Act shall 
not apply to or In respect of such death or disability. . (21) 

Total, National Defence 





SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-«5 




15 


Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 


Services and Details 


Amount 


Details 


Totals 




NATIONAL GALLERY OF CANADA 

Tote la— Administration, Operation and Maintenance and 
grants as detailed in the Estimates 


$ 


$ 

17,00« 


ADMINISTRATION, OPERATION AND M.UNTENANCE 
INCLUDING GRANTS AS DETAILED IN THE ESTIMATES 

Exhibitions, Advertising, Films and Displays (10) 

Grants, scholarships, bursaries and prizes, as approved by 
Treasury Board, to promote interest in the fine and applied 
arts (20) 


13,000 
4,000 






NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, INCLUDING 
THE MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL 

Vote 15a— Assistance towards Research in Industry— To 
authorize, notwithstanding section 30 of the Financial 
Administration Act, the maliing of commitments for 
the current fiscal year In a total amount not exceeding 
$3,000,000 (20) 

NORTHERN AFFAIRS AND NATIONAL RESOURCES 

Administration and General 

Tote la— Departmental Administration— To extend the 
purposes of Vote 1 of the Main Estimates for 1964-65 to 
authorize payment of a contribution to the Canadian 
Council of Resource Ministers in an amount equal to 
one-half the aggregate contribution of the Provinces 
but not exceeding $50,000 




17,000 






1 






1 


departmental administration 

Contribution to the Canadian Council of Resource Ministers (20) 

Less — Funds available in the Main Estimates, 1964-65 (34) 

National Parks 

Vote 15a— Administration, Operation and Maintenance In- 
cluding grants as detailed in the Estimates 


50,000 
49,999 




1 






62,000 


national parks and historic bites and monuments — 

administration, operation and maintenance including 

a grant of $20,000 to the national and provincial parks 

association op canada 

Grant to the National and Provincial Parks Association of 
Canada (20) 

TO AUTHORIZE PAYMEJfT TO THE NATIONAL BATTLEFIELDS COM- 
MISSION FOR THE PURPOSES AND SUBJECT TO THE PROVISIONS 

(CHAP. 57, STATUTES OF 1908, AS AMENDED) (22) 


20,000 


42,000 




62,000 





1« 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



NORTHERN AFFAIRS AND NATIONAL 
RESOURCES (Continued) 

Water Resources 

Vote 3ta— Administration, Operation and Maintenance— To 
extend the purposes of Vote 30 of the Main Estimates for 
1964-65 to include Federal Expenditures in connection with 
Investigations of the Eraser and Nelson Rivers and to 
provide a further amount of 



WATER RESOURCES BRANCH— ADMINISTRATION 

Professional and Special Services. (4) 

Travelling Expenses — Field Investigations (5) 

Travelling Expenses — Head Office (5) 

Telephones, Telegrams and Other Communication Services (8) 

Publication of Departmental Reports and Other Material (9) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Materials and Supplies (12) 



rRASEB SIVKB — nCDERAL EXPENDITURES IN CONNECTION WITH 
INVESTIQATIONS TO BE CARRIED OUT BT THE FRASER RIVER 
BOARD (20) 



NELSON RIVER — EXPENDITURES IN CONNECTION WITH INVESTI- 
QATIONS TO BE CARRIED OUT IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN AGREE- 
MENT ENTERED INTO BETWEEN CANADA AND MANITOBA (20) 



Vote 35a— Cktnstmctlon or Acquisition of Buildings, Works, 
Land and Equipment 



77,000 
13,000 
13,000 
2,000 
8,000 
6,000 
1,000 



120,000 



10,000 



950,000 



1,080.000 



Acquisition of Equipment . 



(16) 



20,000 



Northern Adbdnistration 

Vote 45a— Administration, Operation and Maintenance in' 
eluding grants and contributions as detailed in the 
Estimates 



EDUCATION division — ADMINISTRATION, OPERATION AND 
MAINTENANCE 



Travelling and Removal Expenses. 

Freight, Express and Cartage 

Postage . 



Telephones, Telegrams and Other Communication Services (8) 

Audio- Visual Aids and Publicity HO) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Other Materials and Supplies (12) 

Repairs and Upkeep of Equipment (17) 

Sundries, including transportation expenses of other than govern- 
ment employees (22) 



44,900 

2,400 

300 

600 

1,500 

2,000 

110,800 

1,200 

22,000 

185,700 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-«5 



17 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



NORTHERN AFFAIRS AND NATIONAL 
RESOURCES (Continued) 

Northern Administration (Continued) 

Vote 46a (Continued) 

YUKON TERRITORY — OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, INCLUD- 
ING GRANTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS AS DETAILED IN THE 
ESTIMATES 

Contribution to the Yukon Territorial Government towards 
the cost of construction of a school at Watson Lake, Yukon 
Territory (20) 

Contribution to the Yukon Territorial Government towards 
the cost of construction of a school at Dawson, Yukon 
Territory (20) 



NORTHWEST TERRITORIES AND OTHER FIELD SERVICES — 
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INCLUDING GRANTS AND CON- 
TRIBUTIONS AS DETAILED IN THE ESTIMATES 

Fuel for Heating Departmental Buildings (12) 

Repairs and Upkeep of Buildings and Works (14) 

Municipal or Public Utility Services (19) 

Financial Assistance in respect of losses incurred during the 
flooding in the Mackenzie District in 1963, in accordance 
with terms and conditions approved by the Treasury 
Board, including a grant to the Government of the North- 
west Territories and contributions towards the relocation 

of housing and the development of a new sub-division (20) 

Contribution to the Northwest Territories Government to- 
wards the construction of a water line to the Yellowknife 
JaU (20) 



Vote 50a— Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, Worlds, 
Land and Equipment — To extend tlie purposes of Vote 50 
of the Main Estimates for 1984-65 to include payment of 
compensation, as tlie Governor in Council prescribes, to 
persons affected by the relocation of the Town of Aklavili 



14,400 
5,300 



19,700 



50,000 
500,000 
259,800 



400,000 
53,400 



1,263,200 



1,468,600 



16,900 



NORTHWEST TEHRIIORIES AND OTHER FIELD SERVICES — 
CONSTRUCnON OR ACQUISmON OF LUILDING8, WORKS, LAND 
AND EQUIPMENT INCLUDING PAYMENT OF COMPENSATION, AS 
THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL PRESCRIBES, TO PERSONS AFFECTED 
BY THE RELOCATION OF THE TOWN OF AKLAVIK 

Payment of compensation to persons affected by the relocation 
of the Town of Aklavik (22) 

Total, Northern Affairs and National Resources 



16,900 



2,647,501 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



POST OFFICE 
Vote 1»— Postal Services 



DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 

Professional and Special Services 

Travelling Expenses 

Exhibits, Advertising, Films, Broadcasting and Displays . 



.(4) 
.(5) 
(10) 



OPERATIONS INCLUDING SALARIES AND OTHER EXPENSES OF 

STAFF POST OFFICES, DISTRICT OFFICES, RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE 

STAFFS, AND SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND OTHER ITEMS FOR 

REVENUE POST OFFICES, INCLUDING ADMINISTRATION 

District Offices 

Boot Allowance (2) 

Uniforms (12) 

Acquisition of Equipment (16) 



TRANSPORTATION — MOVEMENT OF MAIL BY LAND, AIR AND 
WATER, INCLUDING ADMINISTRATION 

Mail Service by Ordinary Land Conveyance, including Rural 

Mail Delivery (32) 

Mail Service by Air (32) 



PRIVY COUNCIL 

A— PRIVY COUNCIL 
Privy Council Office 
Vote 10a— General Administration 



Professional and Special Services (4) 

Travelling Expenses (5) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Expenses of Federal-Provincial Conference (22) 

Vote 15a— Expenses of tlie Royal Commissions listed in the 
Details of Estimates 



expenses of the royal commission on health services. 



(22) 



EXPENSES or the ROYAL COMMISSION ON BANKING AND FINANCE . . (22) 



expenses or the royal commission on biunquausm and bi- 
culturalism (22) 



19,700 

2,500 

20,000 



42,200 



5,600 
123,000 
130,000 



258,600 



304,000 
200,000 



504,000 



804,800 



43,000 
15,000 
10,000 
11,700 



31,000 



20,000 



784,000 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



H 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



PRIVY COUNCIL (Continued) 
A— PRIVY COUNCIL (Continued) 
Phivy CotTNCiL Office (Continued) 
Vote 15a (Continued) 

EXPENSES OF COMMISSION UNDER PART I OF THE INQUIRIES ACT TO 
INQUIRE AND REPORT ON CERTAIN PRAIRIE FARM ASSISTANCE 
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS (22) 



VotelTa—Canadian Contribution to the Kennedy Me- 



morial Library Project (2#) 



Centennial Commission 

Vote 39a— Payment to the Centennial of Confederation 
Fund— To extend the purposes of Vote 30 of the Main 
Estimates, 1964-65, to enabie grants to be made to the 
Provinces for projects included in the Federal-Pro- 
vincial Confederation Memorial Program (M) 



Total, A — Privy Council. 



PUBLIC ARCHIVES AND NATIONAL LIBRARY 

A— PUBLIC ARCHIVES 
Vote Is— General Administration and Technical Services. . 



Professional and Special Services (4) 

OflBce Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Acquisition of Microfilm Equipment (11) 

Acquisition of Equipment (16) 



B— NATIONAL LIBRARY 
Vote 5a— General Administration 



Publication of Lists of Current Canadian Publications and 

Bibliographies (9) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 



PUBLIC WORKS 

A— DEPARTMENT 

Accommodation Services 

Vote 15a— Construction, acquisition, major repairs and im- 
provements of, and plans and sites for, public buildings 
(including expenditures on worlis on other than federal 
property); provided that no contract may be entered into 
for new construction with an estimated total cost of $50,000 
or more unless the project is individually listed in the 
Details of Estimates 



10,000 



845,000 



100,000 



1,«24,7«1 



21.5M 



7,500 

10,000 

2,000 

2,000 



20,1 



12,000 
8,000 



665,000 



20 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-66 



Positions 
(Man. 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



^(rf>.i>i 



M7..I1 



b»i<),f.: 



OtM. 



PUBLICS WORKS (Continued) 
A— DEPARTMENT (Continued) 
Accommodation Services (Continued) 
Vote 15a (Continued) 

QUEBEC 



La Pocatiere — Public Building 

Montreal — International Civil Aviation Building — Improvements. 
Montreal — Purchase of and alterations to Canadian Converters 
Building 



50,000 
200,000 

665,000 



915,000 



Ottawa — Building for Taxation Division, Department of National 
Revenue 

Ottawa — Central Experimental Farm — Horticultural Building — 
Improvements 

Ottawa — Central Experimental Farm — Neatby Building — Im- 
provements 



300,000 
52,000 
60,000 



412,000 



ONTARIO (other THAN OTTAWA) 

Belle River — Public Building 



50,000 



Less — Anticipated Lapses. 



1,377,000 
712,000 



(13) 



Harbours and Rivers Engineering Services 

Vote 30a— Construction, acquisition, major repairs and ini' 
provements of, and plans and sites for, Iiarbour and river 
works (including expenditures on worlis on otiier than 
federal property); provided tliat no contract may be 
entered into for new construction with an estimated total 
cost of $50,000 or more unless the project is individually 
listed in the Details of Estimates 



665,000 



NEWFOUNDLAND 



Cape Freels South — Wharf replacement 

North Harbour — Wharf reconstruction — To complete 
St. Vincent's — Wharf — To complete 



NOVA SCOTIA 

Bailey's Brook — Pier repairs 

Digby — Towards harbour improvements 

Hall's Harbour — Breakwater reconstruction — To complete. 

Little Judique Harbour — Repairs 

Lockeport — Contribution towards pipeline 

North Ingonish — Towards breakwater-wharf reconstruction 

Port Hood — Wharf repairs 

Sandford — Breakwater repairs 



90,000 
50,000 
63,000 



203,000 



55,000 
150,000 
55,000 
52,000 
25,000 
60,000 
85,000 
67,000 

549,000 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



21 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



PUBLIC WORKS (Continued) 
A— DEPARTMENT (Continued) 
Harbours and Rivers Enoinekrinq Skrvices (Continued) 
Vote 3to (Continued) 

NEW BRtJNSWICK 



Belledune Point — Towards harbour development. 

Black's Harbour — Wharf repairs 

Grand Manan — Towards ferry facilities 



QUEBEC 

Gros Cacouna — Towards harbour development. 
Newport Point — Harbour improvements 



Blind River — Harbour improvements. 

Collingwood — Dredging 

Leamington — Dredging 

Midland— Dredging 

Owen Sound — Dredging 

St. Catharines — Dredging 

Samia — Shed 



BRinSH COLUMBIA AND YUKON TERRnORT 

Port Albemi — Wharf repairs 



DREDGING CONTRACT AND DAT LABOUR WORK 

Dredging by Contract or Day Labour 



Less — Anticipated Lapses. 



(13) 



RoADS, Bridges and Other Engineering Services 
Vote 35a— Operation and Maintenance 



50,000 
80,000 
150,000 



280,000 



500,000 
50,000 



550,000 



85,000 
85,000 
100,000 
135,000 
130,000 
300,000 
50,000 



885,000 



50,000 



100,000 



2,617,000 
917,000 



1,700,000 



Repairs and Upkeep of Roads and Bridges and Appurtenant 
Works, including Materials required therefor (14) 



(Further Details) 

Kingston, Lasalle Causeway 

Total, A — Department 



30,000 



30,000 



39, 



2,395,1 



22 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



PUBLIC WORKS (Continued) 
B— NATIONAL CAPITAL COMMISSION 
Vote C8a— To authorize the disposition and acquisition 



hereafter of property by the National Capital Commis- 
sion in accordance with Orders in Council P.C. 2476 
dated October 4, 1938, P.C. 1662 dated June 29, 1939, 
P.C. 5209 dated January 5, 1948, P.C. 639 dated February 
4, 1952, P.C. 3376 dated June 23, 1952, P.C. 1953-95 dated 
January 22, 1953, P.C. 1953-277 dated February 26, 1953, 
P.C. 1957-722 dated May 27, 1957, P.C. 1958-241 dated 
February 11, 1958, P.C. 1958-923 dated June 28, 1958, 
P.C. 1958-1445 dated October 22, 1958, P.C. 1958-9/174« 
dated December 29, 1958, and P.C. 1959-106 dated 
January 29, 1959, and all acquisition and disposition of 
property prior hereto by the National Capital Commis- 
sion or Federal District Commission in accordance with 
the said Orders in Council is hereby ratified and 
confirmed (22) 



SECRETARY OF STATE 

A— DEPARTMENT 

Tote la— Departmental Administration including the ex- 
penses of the Advisory Committee on Broadcasting 



84,«M 



Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Expenses of the Advisory Committee on Broadcasting (22) 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 

A— DEPARTMENT 
General Adbjinistration 

Tote la — Departmental Administration 

Trade Promotion at Home and Abroad 



5,000 
79,000 



(22) 



100,000 



Vote 5a— Trade Commissioner Service— Administration, Opera- 
tion and Maintenance 



IM.Ml 



W,< 



CONSTRUCTION OR ACQUISITION OF BUILDINGS, LAND, EQUIP- 
MENT AND FURNISHINGS 

Construction or Acquisition of Buildings and Land (13) 

Total, A — Department 



70,000 



TRANSPORT 

A— DEPARTMENT 
Vote la— Departmental Administration 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 

Professional and Special Services 



170,« 



19,4 



(4) 



78.400 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-«5 



23 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



TEANSPOKT (Continued) 
A— DEPARTMENT (Continued) 
Marine Services 
Vote 5a— Administration, Operation and Maintenance. 



ST. LAWRENCE AND SAGUENAY RIVERS 

SHIP CHANNELS — ADMINISTRATION, 

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 

Maintenance Dredging by Contract (14) 



MARINE REGULATIONS INCLUDING 

PILOTAGE AND MARINE REPORTING 

SERVICES — ADMINISTRATION, 

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 

Steamship Inspection 
Professional and Special Services (4) 



Vote 19a — Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, Works, 
Land, Vessels and Equipment including payments to 
Provinces or Municipalities as contributions towards con- 
struction done by tliose bodies— To extend the purposes of 
Vote 10 of the Main Estimates, 1961-65, to authorize, in 
respect to Aids to Xavii^ation, notwithstanding; section 30 
of the Financial Administration Act, the malting of com- 
mitments for the current fiscal year not exceeding the total 
amount of $4,7S5,000 



Railways and Steamshifs 

Vote 30a — Construction or Acquisition of Buildinscs, Works and 
Land, Dock and Terminal Facilities and of Vessels and 
Belated Equipment as listed In the Details of the Estimates 
provided that Treasury Board may increase or decrease the 
amounts within the Vote to be expended on Individually 
listed projects 



CONSTRUCTION OR ACQUISITION OF FERRY VESSELS AND EQUIP- 
MENT AS LISTED IN THE DETAILS OF THE ESTIMATES, PROVIDED 
THAT TREASURY BOARD MAY INCREASE OR DECREASE THE 
AMOUNT WITHIN THE VOTE TO BE EXPENDED UPON INDIVID- 
UALLY LISTED PROJECTS 

Standby Ferry Vessel for service in the Atlantic Provinces (16) 



NEWFOUNDLAND FERRY SERVICE — FEDERAL GOVERNMENT S SHARE 
OF THE COST OF CONTAINERS AND OTHER APPURTENANCES, IN- 
CLUDING CONVERSION OP RAILWAY EQUIPMENT, FOR THE 
TRANSPORTATION OF FREIGHT AND EXPRESS (13) 



OGDEN POINT PIER A , VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA-CONSTRUCTION 

OR ACQUISITION OP BUILDINGS, WORKS AND LAND (13) 



375,Ht 



200,000 



175,000 



375.000 



2,497,< 



2,250,000 



212,000 



35,000 
2,497,000 



M 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 




J 


Positions 




Amount 1 


Years) 




Details 


Totals 




TRANSPORT (Continued) 

A— DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Air Services 

Civil Aviation 

Vote 35a — Administration, Operation and Maintenance 


$ 


1 

S,568,7M 

28,3«t 
3,147,4tf 




CONTROL OP CIVIL AVIATION 

Professional and Special Services (4) 

To reimburse Air-Canada in relation to costs incurred in 
investigation of aircraft accident (22) 

AIRPORTS AND OTHER GROUND SERVICES — OPERATION AND MAIN- 
TENANCE 

Other Professional and Special Services (4) 

Travelling and Removal Expenses (5) 

Freight, Express and Cartage (6) 

Postage (7) 


200,000 
1,100,000 




1,300,000 




575,900 

24,600 

8,000 

200 

2,700 

700 

475,500 

80,000 

63,000 

3,200 

33,700 

400 

800 




Telephones and Telegrams (8) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Materials and Supplies (12) 

Repairs and Upkeep of Buildings and Works (14) 

Repairs and Upkeep of Equipment (17) 

Rental of Equipment (18) 

Municipal or Public Utility Services (19) 

Unemployment Insurance Contributions (21) 

Sundries (22) 


r 


Vote 45a— Contributions to assist in tlie estabiishment or 
improvement of local airports and related facilities 




1,268,700 




2,568,700 






oea.'' 


CONTRIBUTIONS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH TERMS AND CONDITIONS 
APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL, TO ASSIST IN THE 
E8TABUSHMENT OR IMPROVEMENT OF LOCAL AIRPORTS AND RE- 
LATED FACILITIES 

Corporation of the City of Calgary, Alta 


30,000 
9,844 




Counties of Charlevoix East and Charlevoix West, Que 




Less: Funds available from provision in Main Estimates, 1964-65, 
for a contribution in respect of the Town of St. Anthony, Nfld. 

(20) 

Telecommunications and Electronics 

Vote 55a— Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, Worlcs, 
Land and Equipment— To extend the purposes of Vote 
55 of the Main Estimates, 1964-65, to authorize, in respect 
to Radio Aids to Air and Marine Navigation, notwith- 
standing section 30 of the Financial Administration Act, 
the maliing of commitments for the current fiscal year not 
exceeding the total amount of $15,270,000 and to provide a 
further amount of 




39,844 
11,544 




28.300 















SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



25 



Services and Details 



TEANSPOKT (Continued) 
A— DEPARTMENT (Continued) 
AiK Services (Continued) 
Tote 55a (Continued) 

RADIO AIDS TO AIR AND MARINE NAVIGATION — CONSTRUCTION 
OR ACQUISITION OF BUILDINGS, WORKS, LAND AND EQUIP- 
MENT INCLUDING AUTHORITY TO MAKE COMMITMENTS FOR THE 
CURRENT nSCAL YEAR NOT EXCEEDING A TOTAL AMOUNT OF 

$15,270,000 
Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, Works and Land (13) 



Meteorological 

Vote 70a— Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, Worlds, 
Land and Equipment— To extend tlie purposes of Vote 
70 of the Main Estimates, 1964-65, to authorize, not- 
withstanding section 30 of the Financial Admin- 
istration Act, the maliing of commitments for the 
current fiscal year not exceeding the total amount of 
$2,800,000 (13) 



Total, A — Department. 



C— BOARD OF TRANSPORT COMMISSIONERS 
FOR CANADA 

Vote 84a— To provide for balance of payments to companies 



subject to Order Number 96300, dated November 17, 
1958, of the Board of Transport Commissioners for 
Canada in respect of the period April 1, 1963, to March 
31, 1964. payable to said companies for such diminution 
In their aggregate gross revenues during the said period 
as In the opinion of the said Board is attributable to 
such companies maintaining the rate level for freight 
traffic at an 8% Increase Instead of 17% as authorized 
by the said Order (20) 



D— CANADIAN MARITIME COMMISSION 

Tote 90a— Steamship Subventions for Coastal Services as 
detailed In the Estimates 



Eastern Local Services 

Owen Sound, Manitoulin Island and Georgian Bay, Ont. 
Rimouski and North Shore Ports to Blanc Sablon, Que. 

Saint John and White Head Island, N.B 

Ste-Anne-des-Monts and Sept lies, Que 



Less — Funds available from the provision in the Main Estimates 
1964-65, for service between Quebec and/or Rimouski and the 
North Shore of the St. Lawrence River, Que. (winter) $35,000 
Pointe au Pere and Baie Comeau, Que. $173,999; Rimouski and 
Ports on the North Shore of the St. Lawrence River, Que. 
$161,500 



(20) 



Amount 



Details 



3.147,400 



27,000 

290,000 

3,500 

50,000 



370,500 



370,499 



Totals 



8,694,802 



400,000 



26 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



TEANSPORT (Continued) -'-'V/ 

D— CANADIAN MARITIME COMMISSION (Continued) 

Vote 95a— Capital subsidies for the construction of com- 
mercial and fishing vessels in accordance with regula- 
tions of the Grovernor In Council (2t) 



Total, D — Canadian Maritime Commission. 



E— NATIONAL HARBOURS BOARD 

Tote INa— Advances to National Harbours Board, subject to 
the provisions of Section 29 of the National Harbours 
Board Act, to meet reconstruction and capital expenditures 
during the calendar year 1964 as detailed in the Estimates 

Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, Works and Land — 

Halifax (13) 

Quebec (13) 

Less: Amount to be expended from Replacement and Other 

Funds (34) 



Vote ia3a — To authorize expenditures by the National 
Harbours Board, either by itself or on behalf of or in 
cooperation with others, for certain purposes relating 
to the Canadian Universal and International Exhibi- 
tion, Montreal, 1967, and to provide, notwithstanding 
sections '28 and 39 of the said National Harbours Board 
Act, for an absolute grant to the Board for such 
purposes to be credited to the National Harbours 
Board Special Account (IS) 



Total, E — National Harbours Board. 



VETERANS AFFAIRS 

Vote la— Departmental Administration 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 

Sundries (22) 

Welfare Services, Allowances and Other Benefits 

Vote 15a— Other Benefits including treatment and related 
allowances, burials and memorials, the training of cer- 
tain pensioners under regulations approved by the 
Governor in Council and repayments under subsec- 
tion (3) of section 12 of the Veterans' Rehabilitation Act. . 



veterans BENEFrrS, INCLUDING ASSISTANCE AND THE TRAIN- 
ING OF CERTAIN PENSIONERS UNDER REGULATIONS APPROVED 
BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL 

University and Vocational Training (28) 

Assistance to Needy Canadian Veterans — Overseas District. . . (28) 



Total, Veterans Affairs 

Total, Budgetary Estimates. 



4,M0j9M 
4,M«,M1 



300,000 
90,000 



390,000 
389,999 



5,237,8« 



«,< 



42,000 



4S,9H 



20,000 
25.000 



87,( 
71,173.131 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



27 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



LOANS, INVESTMENTS AND ADVANCES 

External Affairs 

L12a — Loans to the Government of India to finance the pur 

chase in Canada of aircraft and associated spare parts 
and equipment in accordance witli a financial ap-eement 
entered into between the Government of Canada and the 
Government of India 



L13a— To extend the purposes of the account mentioned in 
Vote S30 of the Appropriation Act No. 2, 1954, to provide 
advances for medical expenses as well as to posts and to 
employees on posting abroad and to increase to |l,500,i 
the amount that may be charged at any time to that 
account; additional amount required 



External Aid OfBce 

LUa— Special loan assistance for developing countries In the 
current and subsequent fiscal years, subject to such 
terms and conditions as the CU>vernor in Council may 
approve, for the purpose of undertaking such economic, 
e<iucational and technical projects as may be agreed upon 
by Canada and the developing countries or recognized 
international development institutions 



FlNANCS! 

Lite— To authorize the Minister of Finance t« malte contri' 
buttons out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund to the 
International Development Association in the fiscal years 
196.>-66. 1966-67 and 1967-88 of an amount or amounts not 
exceeding in the whole $41,700,000 U.S., in addition to the 
amount provided by section 4 of the International Develop- 
ment Association Act, including authority for the Minister 
of Finance, on behalf of the (ik)vernment of Canada, to 
issue to the Association in respect of such contributions, 
pending cash requirements by the Association, non- 
interest-bearing and non-negotiable demand notes in 
such form as the Minister may determine, not w ithstanding 
that the contributions may exceed or fail short of the 
equivalent in Canadian dollars, estimated as of May, 1M4, 
which is $45,036,000 



L17a— To provide for and authorize the purchase out of United 
States dollars paid to Canada, pursuant to the Treaty 
between Canada and the United States of America relating 
to co-operative development of the water resources of the 
Columbia River Basin, together with any Protocol or 
Exchange of Notes relating thereto, of such obligations 
of the Government of the United States as may be ap- 
proved by the Governor in Council, and the subsequent 
disposition of such obligations; the amount which may l>e 
expended for such purchase not to exceed $'^54,400,000 U.S. 
notwithstanding that this amount may exceed or fall 
short of the equivalent in Canadian dollars, estimated as 
of May, 1964, which is 



1,3«7,10« 



400,000 



51,767,100 



275,149,500 

275,149,601 



28 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (A), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



LOANS, INVESTMENTS AND ADVANCES (Continued) 

NoBTHEKN Affairs and National Resources 

Northern Administration Branch 

L24a— Loans to the Government of the Northwest Territories 
(hereinafter calied the "Territories") in the current and 
subsequent flscai years, in accordance with such terms 
and conditions as the Governor in Council may approve, 
to enable that Government to make mortgage loans to 
residents of the Territories for the purchase or construc- 
tion of low cost houses in the Territories 



PuBUC Printing and Stationery 

L33a— To authorize the operation of a revolving fund In accord- 
ance with section 38 of the Financial Administration Act 
for the purpose of paying for the printing of publications 
by Commercial Printers; the amount to be charged to the 
revolving fund at any time not to exceed 



Trade and Commerce 

L37a— Acquisition of uranium concentrates in accordance 
with the contracts entered into with the approval of the 
Governor in Council by Eldorado Mining and Refining 
Ltd., on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen in right of 
Canada with Rio Algom Mines Ltd., Denison Mines 
Limited and Faraday Uranium Mines Ltd.; and to provide 
for the costs of stockpiling uranium concentrates pur 
chased under the said contracts 



Transport 

Canadian Overseas Telecommunication Corporation 

Ii49a— Loans to the Canadian Overseas Telecommunication 
Corporation in accordance with section 14 of the Canadian 
Overseas Telecommunication Corporation Act for additions 
and betterments to facilities 



National Harbours Board 

L45a— Advances to National Harbours Board, subject to the 
provisions of Section 29 of the Xationa) Harbours Board 
Act, to meet expenditures applicable to the calendar year 
1964 on the following account: 
Reconstruction and Capital Expenditures- 
Vancouver 



Less: Amount to be expended from Replacement and 
Other Funds 



Total, Loans, Investments and Advances. 



330, OOf 



250,« 



4,500, ( 



1,522,C 



71«,l 



709,999 



1,522,001 
333,518,603 



CANADA 



(jQUC^tyd^ ' /"^^i^^^a^^^xi^^ I^<^^. ^ 




SUPPLEMENTARY^ ESTIMATES (B) 

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING ^ ^ 



MARCH 31, 1965 

Table of Contents and Summary of Estimates for 1964-65 



Page 



Department 



Previous 
Estimates 



This 

Supplementary 

Estimate 



Total 



Agriculture 

Defence Production — 

Crown Companies 

External Affairs — 

Department 

Finance , 

Fisheries 

Industry 

Justice 

Labour — 

Department 

Mines and Technical Surveys — 

Department 

Dominion Coal Board 

Transport — 

National Harbours Board 

Departments for which no Supplementary Esti- 
mates are required 

Budgetary Expenditures 

Loans, Investments and Advances 



140,618,177 

5,154,000 

125,628,774 

1,485,005,301 

26,219,001 

24,194,100 

51,588,940 

114,491,504 

54,406,000 
16,194,400 

7,351,301 

4,723,835,144 



1,000,000 
1,554,000 

120,000 
5,008,000 

453,000 

1,000,000 

40,644 

50,360,000 

282,500 
1 

1,502,000 



141,618,177 

6,708,000 

125,748,774 

1,490,013,301 

26,672,001 

25,194,100 

51,629,584 

164,851,504 

54,688,500 
16,194,401 

8,853,301 

4,723.835,144 



S,774,<8S,C42 



€1,330,145 



fi,836,M>«,787 



442,415,S«3 



300, OM 



442,715,602 



Vote Numbers 

An item being supplemented in these Estimates bears the same vote number used for the 
item in previous Estimates for this year. Vote numbers appearing for the first time this year are 
underlined. All vote numbers bear the suffix "b" to identify the vote with these Supple- 
mentary Estimates (B). 




7251&-1 



(PA 



iiX.'ii. 



COv; ,!t 



i'WeStk.vtt tm.^it. 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (B), 1964-65 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



AGRICULTURE 

PBODUCnON AND MaBKETINO 

Plant and Plant Products 

Tote 351>— Grants, Contributions and Subsidies as detaOed 
in the Estimates 



PLANT PRODUCTS DIVISION — FRKIGHT ASSISTANCE ON WESTERN 
PEED QRAINS INCLUDING ASSISTANCE IN RESPECT OP GRAIN 
STORAGE COSTS IN ACCORDANCE WTTH TERMS AND CONDmONS 

PRESCRIBED BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL (Responsibility 
transferred to Minister of Forestry) (20) 



DEFENCE PRODUCTION 

C— CROWN COMPANIES 

Vote Ml>— Canadian Arsenals Limited— Administration 
and Operation (22) 



EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 

A— DEPARTMENT 

Vote 15b— Contributions to International Multilateral Eco- 
nomic and Special Aid Programs as detailed in the 
Estimates 



(Special Aid Programs) 



DEPKNCK SUPPORT ASSISTANCE TO COVER DIRECT EZPENDrTURCS 

ON BEHALP OP COUNTRIES NOT MEMBERS OP NATO (20) 



FINANCE 

Government Administbation 

Vote isb— Contlnstencies— To extend the purposes of Vote 15 
of the Main Estimates to supplement, in such amounts 
and in accordance with such terms and conditions as 
the Treasury Board may prescribe, the Estimates of other 
Departments in order to provide for an accelerated con 
struction and repair program and to provide a further 
amount of 



TO SUPPLEMENT THE ESTIMATES OP OTHER DEPARTMENTS IN ORDER 
TO PROVIDE FOR AN ACCELERATED CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 
PROGRAM (22) 



l,M)0,0t9 



1,000.000 



1,554,1 



12«,( 



120,000 



5,000,C 



5,000,000 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (B), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



*»9,»?A,} 



FINANCE (Continued) 

! Government Administration (Continued) 

Vote 20b — Government's share of sur^cal-medica! insurance 
premiums and Crovernment's contributions to Pension 
plans and death benefit plans for employees engaged 
locally outside I'anada who are excluded from the Public 
Service Superannuation Act, to the L'nempioyment In- 
surance Fund in respect of Government employees paid 
through the Central Pay Office and to the Hospital Insur- 
ance (Outside Canada) Plan— To extend the purposes of 
Vote 20 of the Main Estimates for 1964-65 to provide for 
the government's share of surgical-medical insurance 
premiums, determined on such basis and paid in respect 
of such persons (and their dependents) as the Governor 
in Council prescribes, who are Members of the Senate and 
House of Commons or are former Members who are in 
receipt of an annual allowance pursuant to the Members 
of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act; additional amount 
required 



GOVERNMENT 8 SHARE OF SURGICAL-MEDICAL INSURANCE PRE- 
MIUMS DETERMINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH REGULATIONS 
MADE PURSUANT TO VOTE 124, APPROPRIATION ACT NO. 6, 1960 
AND THIS VOTE (21) 



Total, Finance. 



I j FISHERIES 

Fisheries Management and Development 

Vote 5b — Operation and Maintenance including Canada's 
share of the expenses of the International Commissions 
detailed in the Estimates and of the costs of programs and 
projects shared Jointly with the Provinces and industry. . . 



INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICE INCLUDING THE FEDERAL 
SHARES OF THE COSTS OF PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS SHARED 
JOINTLY WITH THE PROVINCES AND INDUSTRY 



Community Fishing Stages. 



(22) 



INDUSTRY 

Vote 5b— To sustain technological capability in Canadian 
Industry by supporting selected defence development 
programs, on terms and conditions approved by 
Treasury Board (23) 



JUSTICE 

Legal and Other Services 

Vote lb — Administration including grants and contributions 
as detailed in the Estimates 



departmental administration 

Grant to the Centre of Criminology at the University of 
Toronto for the purpose of encouraging and assisting study 
and research in the field of criminology (20) 



8,1 



8.000 



5,008,( 



453,1 



453,000 



1,000,009 



40,000 



40,000 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (B), 1964r-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Dettuls 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



JUSTICE (Continued) 

COBRECnONAL SlRVICES 

Tote 13b — Payment In the current and subsequent fiscal 



years of a pension in respect of the late E. J. Masterton, 
a former penitentiary officer who was killed while on 
duty, to commence as of the date of his death, and to 
be paid at the same rate as if deceased was, immediately 
prior to his death, a person described In subsection (1) 
of section 27 of the Royal Canadian .Mounted Police 
Superannuation Act holding the rank of Inspector in 
the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, but in the cur- 
rent fiscal year the rat? shall be reduced by the appro- 
priate rate, as determined by the Treasury Board, at 
which a benefit payable at an annual or monthly 
rate has been and is beine: paid pursuant to the Gov- 
ernment Employees Compensation Act, and In each 
subsequent fiscal year no amount shall be paid in 
respect of the aforementioned deceased pursuant 
to the Government Employees Compensation Act; 
amount required for 19S4-C5 (81) 



Total, Justice. 



LABOUR 

A— DEPARTMENT 
Vote lb— General Administration 



SPECIAL SERVICES BRANCH INCLUDING THE PROMOTION OF 
THE WINTER HOUSE BUILDING INCENTIVE PROGRAM 



Professional and Special Services. 



(4) 



Vote gb— Payments In accordance with terms and condi- 



tions approved by the Governor in Council to Provinces 
and In respect of Indian Bands under the Municipal 
Winter Works Incentive Program during the 1964-C5 
and 1965-66 fiscal years of amounts not exceeding fifty 
per cent of the cost of labour incurred in the period 
from November 1st, 1964 to such day or days In the 
fiscal year 1965-68 as may be determined by the Gov- 
ernor in Council, and in the case of projects In des- 
ignated areas within the meaning of the Department 
of Industry Act and in areas determined by the 
Minister of Labour to be areas of high winter unem- 
ployment, sixty per cent of such cost; and to authorize 
payments in those fiscal years to Pronnces in respect of 
prenous Municipal Winter Works Incentive Programs.. . (29) 

Vote 8b— Payments in accordance with terms and con- 
ditions approved by the Governor In Council under 
the Winter House BuUding Incentive Program during 
the fiscal years 1961-65 and 1965-66 of $500 per dwelling 
unit substantially built during the period November 
15, 1961 to ]>Iarch 31, 1965 (2«) 

Total, A — Department 



«44 
4«,C44 



369, ( 



360.000 



35,0M,C 



15,000,( 
50,360,1 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (B), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



BflNES AND TECHNICAL SURVEYS 

I I A— DEPARTMENT 

MiNINO AND MeTALLUBOICAI. iNVESTiaATIONS AND RESEARCH 

Vote 351>— Administration, Operation and Maintenance 



Professional and Special Services (4) 

Travelling and Removal Expenses (5) 

Freight, Express and Cartage (6) 

Materials and Supplies (12) 

Rental of Laboratory and Office Space (15) 



Vote 401>— Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, Worlu, 
Land and Equipment 



Construction of Buildings and Works (13) 

Acquisition of Other Equipment (16) 






Total, A — Department. 



B— DOMINION COAL BOARD 
Vote 75b— To autliorize annual payments not exceeding 



$18,000,000 in eacli of the five fiscal years commencing on 
the 1st day of April, 1963 and ending on the 31st day of 
March, 1970, to be made in connection with the movement 
of coal, in accordance with such regulations as may be 
prescribed by the (xovernor in Council, for the purpose 
of enabling Canadian coal to be laid down in prescribed 
markets at a price competitive with imported coal and 
imported residual oil 



TRANSPORT 

E — National Harbours Board 

Vote 103b— To authorize expenditures by the National 
Harliours Board, either by itself or on behalf of or 
in cooperation with others, for certain purposes 
relating to the Canadian Universal and International 
Exhibition, Montreal, 1967 and to provide, notwith- 
standing sections 28 and 29 of the National Harlwurs 
Board Act, for an absolute grant to the Board for such 
purposes to he credited to the National Harlraurs 
Board Special Account (18) 



'V- »,§3ii,7,' 



Total, Budgetary Estimates. 



9m.(ett. 



LOANS, INVESTMENTS AND ADVANCES 

Tbanspobt 

L39b— Loan to the Nanaimo Harbour Commissioners on 
terms and conditions approved by the Ccovernor in Coun- 
cil to defray the cost of additional berthing facilities at 
Nanaimo Assembly Wharf 



81,5N 



40,000 
15,000 

5»000 
14,000 

7,500 



201,000 



10,000 
191,000 



282,504 



1,502,000 
01,320,145 



300,000 









, J^'L^ . ^fJ- 




supplementary; estimates (c) 

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING // 

MARCH 31, 1965 



Table of Contents and Summary of Estimates for 1964-65 



Page 



Department 



Previous 
Estimat«8 



This 

Supplementary 

Estimate 



Total 



Transport — 

Department 

Board of Transport Commissioners 

Veterans Aflfairs 

Departments for which no Supplementary Esti- 
mates are required 



275,362,002 

13,920,900 

330,879,000 

6,215,844,885 



70,000,000 
19,270,000 



275,362.003 

83,920,900 

350,149,000 

6,215,844,885 



Budgetarjr Expenditures. 



«,83«,M«,787 



89,27«,M1 



C,925,27«,788 



Loans, Investments and Advances. 



442,715,M3 



442,715,603 



Von NiniBBBS 

An item being supplemented in these Estimates bears the same vote number used for the item 
in previous Estimates for this year. Vote numbers appearing for the first time this year are under- 
lined. All vote numbers bear the suffix "c" to identify the vote with these Supplementary 
Estimates (C). 








72520 



......,.3M3J^^n;> 



\i je HDflAM 



88': 






CT»,?»T.nt r 



S«9.£K,»)i 



.mnmmi! 



aaaaitvll xto' 



osast 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (C), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



TEANSPOET 

A— DEPARTMENT 

Air Services 

Telecommunications and Electronics 

Vote S^c— Administration, Operation and Maintenance in> 
eluding tlie administration of tlie Radio Act and 
Regulations— To extend tiie purpose of Vote 50 of tlie 
Main Estimates, 1964-65, to include, in the case of a 
licence to establish and operate a new station perform- 
ing a commercial broadcasting receiving service, or the 
amendment of a licence to establisli and operate a 
station performing a commercial broadcasting receiving 
service to permit such station to receive signals from 
broadcasting stations other tlian those specified in 
such licence, authority to specify in any such licence 
the broadcasting stations from which the licensed 
station may receive signals, where the Minister of 
Transport is satisfied, having regard to any recom- 
mendation which may be made by the Board of Broad- 
cast Governors in that behalf after such public hearing, 
if any, as the Board deems necessary, that the speci- 
fication therein of such broadcasting stations is un- 
likely to inhibit the development of television broad- 
casting services performed by stations in Canada 
established or likely to be established to serve any 
area that includes in whole or in part the area that is 
served or that is proposed to be served by the licensed 
station (22) 



B— BOARD OF TRANSPORT COMMISSIONERS 

Vote Sic — To provide payments to companies subject to 
Order Number 96300, dated November 17, 1958, of the 
Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada of an 
aggregate amount of $20,000,000 in respect of the period 
AprU 1, 1964 to March .31, 1965, to be paid in instal- 
ments at such times as may be determined by the said 
Board for tlie purpose of reimbursing the said com- 
panies for such diminution in their aggregate gross 
revenues during the said period as in the opinion of 
the said Board is attributable to such companies main- 
taining the rate level for freight traffic at an 8% increase 
instead of 17% as authorized by the said Order: and to 
provide payments to the said companies of an aggregate 
amount in respect of the calendar year 1961 of $50,000,000 
to be paid in instalments at such times and in accord- 
ance with such methods of allocation as may be de- 
termined by the said Board for the maintenance by 
such companies of the rates of freight traffic at the said 
reduced level (20) 



70,000,000 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (C), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 






Amount 




Details 


Totals 


« 


VETERANS AFFAIES 

Welfare Services, Allowances and Other Benefits 

Vote l»c— War Veterans Allowances— To provide, effective the 
1st day of September, 1964, that the War Veterans Allow- 
ance Act, 195'J, be amended by repealing Schedules A and 
B to the said Act and substituting; therefor the Schedules 
A and B set out in the details of the Estimates, and the 
rates mentioned in section 5 of the said Act are amended 
on the same basis; and to 

(») authorize the Governor in Council to amend the War 
Veterans Allowance Regulations by repealing effective 
the 1st day of October. 1961, paragraph (d) of sub- 
section (1) of section 10 of those Regulations, and 
(b) repeal, effective the 1st day of September, 1964, Item 
45d of Supplementary Estimates (D), 1963-64, author- 
ized by Appropriation Act No. 5, 1963 


$ 


$ 




War Veterans Allowances and Civilian Allowances 


3,000 

57,000 

5,350,000 

3,300,000 

165,000 

125,000 








North West Field Force 




South African War 






World War I 






World War II and Special Force (Korea) 






Dual Service (World Wars I and II) 






Civilian War Allowances 












(28) 


9,000,000 










I 


';?.!,' SCHEDULE A 

Table of Allowances 




I 

Class of Recipient 


] 

MOE 

R 


I 


III 

Maximum total 




thly 
ate 


annual income 
(income includ- 
ing allowance) 




1. (a) Unmarried veteran without child or not residing 
with child 


$94 
$ 94 






(b) Widow without child or not residing with child. . . . 

(c) Widower without child or not residing with child . . . 

(d) Married veteran not residing with spouse, and with- 
out child or not residing with child 

(e) A person described in paragraph (a), (b), (c) or 
(d) who is blind within the meaning of the Blind 
Persons Act 


$1,596 
$1,716 










2. Married veteran residing with spouse 


$161 


$2,664 total for 






veteran and 
spouse 




3. (a) Unmarried veteran residing with child ' 


$161 
$161 







(b) Widow residing with child 






(c) Widower residing with child 


$2,664 




(d) Married veteran not residing with spouse and 
residing with child 






who is blind within the meaning of the Blind 
Persons Act 


$2,784 










4. (a) Married veteran residing with spouse who is blind 

within the meaning of the Blind Persons Act 

(b) Married veteran who is blind within the meaning 
of the Blind Persons Act and residing with spouse . . . 


$161 


$2,784 total for 

veteran and 

spouse 



I 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (C), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



VETERANS AFFAIRS (Ck>ntinued) 
Weltarx Services, Allowances and Other Bensiits (Continued) 
Tote Itc (Ck>ntinued) 



SCHEDULE A (Continued) 
Table or Allowances (Continued) 



Class of Recipient 



5. One orphan. 



6. Two orphans of one veteran . 



7. Three or more orphans of one veteran. 



II 



Monthly 
Rate 



$ 60 



$105 total for 
the two 
orphans 



$141 total for 
the three or 
more orphans 



III 

Maximum total 
annual income 
(income includ- 
ing allowance) 



$1,008 



$1,608 total for 
the two 
orphans 



$2,016 total for 
the three or 
more orphans 



SCHEDULE B 
Table or Allowances 



Class of Recipient 



(a) Unmarried veteran without child or not residing 
with child 

(b) Widow without child or not residing with child 

(c) Widower without child or not residing with child . . . 

(d) Married veteran not residing with spouse, and with- 
out child or not residing with child 

(e) A person described in paragraph (a), (b), (c) or 
(d) who is blind within the meaning ol the Blind 
Persons Act 



2. Married veteran residing with spouse. 



(a) Unmarried veteran residing with child 

(b) Widow residing with child 

(c) Widower residing with child 

(d) Married veteran not residing with spouse and 
residing with child 

(e) A person described in paragraph (a), (b), (c) or (d) 
who is blind within the meaning of the Blind 
Persons Act 



(a) Married veteran residing with spouse who is blind 
within the meaning of the Blind Persons Act ...... 

(b) Married veteran who is blind within the meaning 
of the Blind Persons Act and residing with spouse . 



II 



Monthly 
Rate 



$ 94 



$ 94 



$161 



$161 



$161 



$161 



III 

Maximum total 
annual income 
(income includ- 
ing allowance) 



$133 



$143 



$222 total for 

veteran and 

spouse 



$222 



$232 



$232 total for 

veteran and 

spouse 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (C), 1964-65 



Positions 




Amount 


(Man- 
Years) 


Services and Details 






Details 


Totals 




VETERANS AFFAIRS (Continued) 


$ 


S 




Wklfabx Services, Allowances and Other Benefits (Continued) 








Tote 15c— Other Benefits Including treatment and related 








allowances 




170,N« 




Treatment and related allowances (28) 


170,000 




Pensions 








Vote 25c— Pensions for disability and deatli— To provide. 








effective tlie 1st day of September, 1964, that the Pension 








Act Is amended as follows: 








(a) Schedules A and B to the said Act are repealed and the 








Schedules A and B set out in the details of the Esti- 








mates are substituted therefor; and 








(b) in subsection (1) of section 30 thereof, the words 








"eighteen hundred" are strucli out and the words 








"three thousand" are substituted therefor; and 








(c) in subsection (2) of section 30 thereof, the words 








"ninety-six" are struclt out and the words "one 








hundred and eight" are substituted therefor, and the 








words "forty-two" are strucit out and the words 








"forty-eight" are substituted therefor; and 
















are struclt out and the words "one hundred and eight" 








are substituted therefor; and 








(e) In subsection (2) of section 38 the words "five hundred 








and seventy-six" are strucli out and the words "six 








hundred and thirty-six" are substituted therefor 




10,1M,M« 




pensions for disability and death, including pensions 








GRANTED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OP THE CIVIUAN GOVERN- 








MENT employees (war) COMPENSATION ORDER, P.C. 45/8848 








OF NOVEMBER 22, 1944, WHICH SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE 








PENSION act; and INCLUDING NEWFOUNDLAND SPECIAL 








AWARDS 








North West Field Force and General 


500 
2,500 






The Flying Accidents Compensation Order 






World War I 


3,400,000 

6,400,000 

47,000 

147,000 

100,000 






World War II 






Civilians, World War II 






Defence Forces — Peacetime Services 






Special Force (Korea) 






Newfoundland Special Awards 


3,000 






(27) 






10,100,000 





SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (C), 1964-65 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



$ 



VETERANS AFFAIRS (Continued) 
Pensions (Continued) 
Vote 25c (Continued) 



SCHEDULE A 

Scale of Pensions for DiSABiLrriES 

Percentage of Disability — Class and Annual Rate of Pension 



Rank or Rating 
of Member of Forces 



Class 

Range 

Percentage 



Captain (Naval), Colonel (Army), 
Group Captain (Air), and all ranks 
and ratings below 

Commodore and higher ranks(Naval), 
Brigadier, Brigadier-General and 
higher ranks (Army), Air Com- 
modore and higher ranks (Air) .... 

Above ranks — Additional pension for 
married members of the forces 

Additional pension for children for 
above ranks^ 

One child 

Two children 

Each additional child an additional . 



1 

98-99 

100 



$ cts. 



2,400 00 



2,700 00 



768 00 



360 00 
624 GO 
216 00 



2 

93-97 

95 



$ cts. 



2,280 00 



2,566 00 



729 60 



342 GO 
592 80 
205 20 



3 

88-92 

90 



$ cts. 



2,160 00 



2,430 00 



691 20 



324 00 
561 60 
194 40 



4 

83-87 

85 



$ cts. 



2,040 00 



2,295 00 



652 80 



306 00 
530 40 
183 60 



5 

78-82 
80 



$ cts. 



1,920 00 



2,160 00 



614 40 



288 00 
499 20 
172 80 



Class 
Rank or Rating Range 

of Member of Forces Percentage 



Captain (Naval), Colonel (Army), 
Group Captain (Air), and all ranks 
and ratings below 



Commodore and higher ranks (Naval) , 
Brigadier, Brigadier-General and 
higher ranks (Army), Air Com- 
modore and higher ranks (Air) 



Above ranks — Additional pension for 
married members of the forces 



Additional persion for children for 
above ranks — 

One child 

Two children 

Each additional child an additional . 



73-77 
75 



$ cts. 



1,800 00 



2,025 00 



576 00 



270 00 
468 00 
162 00 



7 

68-72 

70 



$ cts. 



1,680 00 



1,890 00 



537 60 



252 00 
436 80 
151 20 



63-67 
65 



$ cts. 



1,560 00 



1,755 00 



499 20 



234 00 
405 60 
140 40 



9 

58-62 

60 



$ cts. 



1,440 00 



1,620 00 



460 80 



216 00 
374 40 
129 60 



10 

53-57 

55 



$ cts. 



1,320 00 



1,485 00 



422 40 



198 00 
343 20 
118 80 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (C), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man- 
Years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



VETERANS AFFAIRS (Continued) 
Pensions (Continued) v 
Vote 25c (Continued) 



SCHEDULE A (Continued) 
Scale of Pensions fob Disabilities (Continued) 
Percentage of Disability — Class and Annual Rate of Pension 



Class 
Rank or Rating Range 

of Member of Forces Percentage 



Captain (Naval), Colonel (Army), 
Group Captain (Air), and all ranks 
and ratings below 

Commodore and higher ranks (Naval) , 
Brigadier, Brigadier-General and 
higher ranks (Army), Air Com- 
modore and higher ranks (Air) 

Above ranks — Additional pension for 
married members of the forces . . . 

Additional pension for children for 
above ranks — 

One child 

Twci children 

Each additional child an additional . 



11 

48-52 

50 



S cts. 



1,200 00 



1,350 00 



384 00 



180 00 
312 00 
108 00 



12 

43-47 

45 



$ cts. 



1,080 00 



1,215 00 



345 60 



162 00 

280 80 
97 20 



13 

38-42 

40 



$ cts. 



960 00 



1,080 00 



307 20 



144 00 

249 60 

86 40 



14 

33-37 

35 



S cts. 



840 00 



945 00 



268 80 



126 00 

218 40 

75 60 



Class 
Rank or Rating Range 

of Member of Forces Percentage 



Captain (Naval), Colonel (Army), 
Group Captain (Air), and all ranks 
and ratings below 

Commodore and higher ranks (Naval) , 
Brigadier, Brigadier-General and 
higher ranks (Army), Air Com- 
modore and higher ranks (Air) 

Above ranks — Additional pension for 
married members of the forces . . . 

Additional pension for children for 
above ranks — 

One child 

Two children 

Each additional child an additional . 



16 

23-27 

25 



cts. 



600 00 



675 00 



192 00 



90 00 

156 00 

54 00 



17 

18-22 

20 



$ cts. 



480 00 



540 00 



153 60 



72 00 
124 80 
43 20 



18 

13-17 

15 



$ cts. 



360 00 



405 00 



115 20 



54 00 
93 60 
32 40 



19 

8-12 

10 



S cts. 



240 00 



270 00 



76 80 



36 00 
62 40 
21 60 



Class 21 — Disabilities below 5 per cent — All ranks — A final payment not exceeding $264, 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (C), 1964-65 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



VETERANS AFFAIRS (Continued) 
Pensions (Continued) 
Vote 25c (Continued) 



SCHEDULE B 
Scale or Pensions for Deaths 



Rank or Rating of Member of Forces 



Commander (Naval), Lieutenant - Colonel 
(Army), Wing Commander (Air), and all 
ranks and ratings below 



Captain (Naval), Colonel (Army), Group Cap- 
tain (Air) 



Commodore and higher ranks (Naval), Brig- 
adier, Brigadier-General and higher ranks 
(Army), Air Commodore and higher ranks 
(Air) 



Pension for children or dependent brothers or 
sisters for above ranks — 

One child 

Two children 

Each additional child an additional 



Rate per annum 



Widow 



S cts. 



1,824 00 



1,824 00 



2,160 00 



Depend- 
ent 
parent 



$ cts. 



*1,428 00 



*1,512 00 



*2, 160 00 



Child or 
depend- 
ent 
brother 
or sister 



S cts. 



*360 00 
*624 00 
*216 00 



Orphan 
child or 
orphan 
brother 
or sister 



S cts. 



*720 00 

*1,248 00 

*432 00 



'Pensions awarded to parents or brothers and sisters may be less than these amounts 
in accordance with the provisions of this Act. 



Total, Veterans AfTairs , 

Total, Budgetary Estimates. 



LOANS, INVESTMENTS AND ADVANCES 

Finance 
Vote Ll8c— To authorize the Minister of Finance, notwithstanding 



subsection (2) of section 11 of the Canada Student Loans Act, 
to increase upon appiicatlon by tlie government of any province 
the provincial allocation for the province for the loan year 
ending June 30, 1965 by such amount as may be determined 
by the Minister, the aggregate amount of aU increases auth- 
orized by the Minister pursuant t« this provision not to 
exceed $8,900,000; and to provide that for the purposes of the 
Canada Student I^oans Act the provincial allocation for any 
province in respect of which an increase has been authorized 
by the Minister pursuant to this provision for that loan year 
shall t>e deemed to be the aggregate of such additional amount 
and the provincial allocation for the province for that loan 
year as determined pursuant to subsection (2) of section 11 
of the said Act 



19,370,1 



89,270,001 



!(.. /, -' ^ 



.-T 




7 ' -r 

SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D) 




FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 
AAARCH 31, 1965 



Table'of Contents and Summary of Estimates for 1964-65 



Page 



7 

9 

13 

13 

14 

14 
15 
15 

15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
21 

21 

22 
23 
24 

24 

25 
26 

26 

27 
29 
29 
29 
30 



Department 



Agriculture 

Citizenship and Immigration 

Civil Service Commission 

Defence Production — 

Crown Companies 

External Affairs — 

Department 

Finance 

Fisheries 

Forestry 

Justice 

Labour — 

Department 

Unemployment Insurance Commission 

Legislation 

Mines and Technical Surveys — 

Dominion Coal Board 

National Defence 

National Health and Welfare 

National Revenue 

Northern Affairs and National Resources 

Post Office 

Privy Council — 

Privy Council OflBce 

Public Works- 
Department 

National Capital Commission 

Canadian Corporation for the 1967 World 

Exhibition 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police 

Secretary of State — 

Department 

Atlantic Development Board 

Trade and Commerce — 

Department 

Transport — 

Department 

Air Transport Board 

Canadian Maritime Commission 

St. Lawrence Seaway Authority 

Veterans Affairs 

Departments for which no Supplementary 

Estimates are required 



Previous 
Estimates 



141,618,177 

81,011,420 

5,516.500 

6,708.000 

125,748,774 

1,490,013.301 

26.672,001 

20,266.900 

51,629,584 

164,851,504 

113.851,300 

12,550,220 

16,194,401 

1,526,327,003 

1,263,666,750 

87,370.500 

92.249,801 

209,682,800 

12,068,168 

204,289,700 
9.920,001 

21,900,000 
71,405,870 

5,436,000 
508,300 

83,207,540 

275,362,002 

704,200 

41,316,581 

2,838,000 

350,149,000 

409,642,489 



This 

Supplementary 

Estimate 



61.797,263 
442,500 
257,975 

437,000 

8,071,251 

16,810,998 

281,000 

183.000 

27,000 

34,649.001 
320,000 
761,600 

7,060,000 

7.000.280 

6.732.500 

14,399.970 

771.541 

328.700 

222,500 

2 
318,000 

1,975,000 
521,000 

10,370,200 
160,000 

277.000 

43,312,802 

1 

75,001 

27,092,866 

925,100 



Total 



203,415,440 

81,453,920 

5,774,475 

7,145,000 

133,820,025 

1,506,824,299 

26,953,001 

20,449,900 

51,656,584 

199,500,505 

114,171,300 

13,311,820 

23,254,401 

1,533,327,283 

1,270,399,250 

101,770,470 

93,021.342 

210,011,500 

12,290,668 

204.289,702 
10.238,001 

23,875,000 
71.926,870 

15,806.200 
668,300 

83,484,540 

318,674,804 

704,201 

41,391,582 

29,930,866 

351,07-1,100 

409,642,489 



Budgetary Estimates. 



6,924,C7«,787 



245,581,«51 



7,179,257,838 



Loans, Investments and Advances. 



442,715,M3 



1N,2N,N3 



542,915,M< 



Vote Numbers 

An item being supplemented in these Estimates bears the same vote number used for the item 
in previous Estimates for this year^Vote numbers appearing for the first time this year are under- 
lined. All vote numbers bear ^jK^8uffi^«^d" to identify the vote with these Supplementary 
Estimates (D). 



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SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



AGRICULTURE 

PKODtrcnoN AND Markctino 
Ad ministration 
Tote Ud— Administration, Operation and Maintenance. 

PRAIRIE FABII AS8I8TANCB ACT ADmNIOTKATION 

Professional and Special Services 

Travelling and Removal Expenses 

Telephones and Telegrams 



Tote 17d— Subsidies for Cold Storage Warehouses under 
the C<rfd Storage Act (2#) 



Animal and Animal Products 
Vote 2M— Administration, Operation and Maintenance. 



UVESTOCK DIVISION — OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, 
INCLUDING PREMIUMS ON PURE BRED SIRES 



Premiums on Pure Bred Sires. 



.(20) 



Tote 25d— Grants, Contributions and Subsidies in the 
amounts and subject to the terms specified in the 
sub-vote titles listed in the Details of Estimates 



DAIRT PRODUCTS DIVISION — GRANTS AND OTHER ASSISTANCE 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CHEESE AND CHEESE FACTORY 

IMPROVEMENT ACT 

Subsidies for construction and reconstruction of cheese 
factories, improving cheese maturing facilities in cheese 
factories and the standardization of cheese pressing 
equipment (20) 

Premiums on high quality cheese (20) 



LIVESTOCK DIVISION — GIPT OF THREE COWS TO THE UNION OF 

SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBUCB (20) 



Plant and Plant Products 

Vote 35d— Grants, Contributions and Subsidies as detaUed 
In the Estimates 



PLANT PRODUCTS DIVISION — CONTRIBUTIONS TO PROVINCES 
WITH WHICH THE MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE HAS ENTERED 
INTO COST-SHARING ARRANGEMENTS, OF ONE-HALF OF THE 
AMOUNTS PAID BY THOSE PROVINCES IN RESPECT OF THE 
TRANSPORT OF FODDER AND HAYING EQUIPMENT AND THE 
MOVEMENT OF CATTLE TO FEED IN THE PERIOD FROM THE 
FIRST DAY OF JULY, 1964 TO THE THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF 
MARCH, 1965 (20) 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



6,800 

205,200 

3.000 



48,000 



215,( 



2«,9M 



48,1 



78,000 
31,000 



109,000 



1,650 



110,650 



500,000 



llt.CM 



5M, 



79570— IJ 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



e-!),vf 



AGRICULTURE (Continued) 

' Health of Animals ^ 

Vote 45d— Grants, Contributions and Subsidies as detailed 

in the Estimates 

fv^:s noiicT'Xi*) .m- 

HEALTH OF ANIMALS — PAYMENT OF COMPENSATION TO OWNERS 
OF ANIMALS AFFECTED WITH DISEASES COMING UNDEB THE 
ANIMAL CONTAGIOUS DISEASES ACT, WHICH HAVE DIED OR 
HAVE BEEN SLAUGHTERED IN CIRCUMSTANCES NOT COVERED 
BY THAT ACT AND REGULATIONS MADE THEREUNDER AND 
PAYMENT OF COMPENSATION TO AN OWNER FOR LOSS OF 
TURKEY EGGS WHILE IN QUARANTINE 



Name 



Address 



Alderic AUain 2 Buctouche, N.B 

Henri Bergeron St-Charles de Mandeville, Que. 

Jacques Blanchette Dequen Nord, Que 

Maurice Blanchette R. 3, St. Ferdinand, Que 

Lucien Chicoine St. Marcel, Que 

Jean-Claude Courchesne Upton, Que 

Roger Couture Lambton, Que 

Guy Dauphin St. Norbert, Que 

Antonio Deslandes St. Zephirin, Que 

Victor Durocher St. Severin de Proulxville, Que. 

Victor Fortin , , , . Batiscan, Que 

Bertrand Gagnon R.R. 1, Lambton, Que 

Moise Giroux R. 2, Bromptonville, Que — 

Clark Berchell Jones Tomifobia, Que 

Rene Joyal St. David, Que 

Jean-Guy Lampron Ste. Anne des Plaines, Que. . , 

Maurice Lamy R.R. 1, Coaticook, Que 

Herve Laroche Lac Marois, Que 

Jean-Guy Laroche Issoudun, Que 

Eloi Lenneviile Ste. Angele de Laval, Que. . . 

Justin Mailloux R. 3, Normandin, Que 

Desire Marcotte St. Zephirin, Que 

Richard Paquin 48 Petite Riviere, Louiseville, 

Que 

Henri Pelletier Riviere Bleue, Que 

Conrad Peloquin St. Eugene, Que 

Robert Plante Princeville, Que 

Raymond Senechal St. Thomas Didyme, Que. . . 

Gerard Tousignant R. 3, Wotten, Que 

Lucien Viau St. Isidore, Que 

Marcel Wilson Warden, Que 

Ollie Boose , R. 3, Cottam, Ont 

Eugene Hamelin Massey, Ont 

Basil Renwick R. 1, Ansonville, Ont 

Walter H. Scott & Sons R. 1, Belgrave, Ont 

P. R. Sobey R. 1, Williamsford, Ont 

Daniel Vanhie R. 7, London, Ont 

R. P. Barrett Fisher Branch, Man 

Walter Reykdal Vogar, Man 

B.O.Brown Calgary, Alta 

Endor Carlson Gunn, Alta. 

Spring Point Colony Brocket, Alta 

Louie Golka Box 89, Hardisty, Alta 

Pete Kariga Spirit River, Alta 

Fred Lueders R. 1, Androssan, Alta 

Elmer H. Sommer 1240 Division Ave., N. Medicine 

Hat, Alta 

Hans Stormoen Fenn, Alta 

Carl. H. Teghtmeyer R. 4, Calgary, Alta 

Ben Torkelson Duchess, Alta 

Hugh A. Bovee Fort St. John, B.C 



(20) 



33 
171 

144 
179 
138 
219 
143 

75 
137 
166 
220 
106 

75 
272 
197 
168 
159 
148 
222 
139 
136 
246 

202 
110 
229 
169 
133 
130 
190 
109 
195 
166 
221 

88 
135 
120 
230 

33 
4,470 
145 
227 
182 
168 
220 

206 
191 
231 
248 
70 

12,311 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



AGRICULTURE (Continued) 
Health or Aniuals (Continued) 
Vote 45d (Continued) 

HEALTH OF ANIMALS — CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PROVINCES, IN 
ACXX)RDANCE WITH REGULATIONS OT THE GOVERNOR IN 
COUNCIL, OK AMOUNTS NOT EXCEEDING TWO-FIFTHS OF THE 
AMOUNTS PAID BY THE PROVINCES TO OWNERS OF ANIMALS 
THAT HAVE DIED AS A RESULT OF RABIES SINCE THE FIRST 
DAY OF JULY, 1960 (20) 



Land Rehabilitation. Irrigation and 
Water Storage Projects 

Vote 55d— Irrigation and Water Storage Projects — To extend 
the purposes of Agriculture Vote 55 of the Main Estimates 
for 1964-65 to include Canada's fee for membership In the 
International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage, 
and a special contribution of 16,500 rupees to the Inter 
national Commission on Irrigation and Drainage for con' 
structlon of a central office building at New Delhi, India . 



niRIGATION AND WATER STORAGE PROJECTS — ADMINISTRATION, 
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 

Fee for membership in the International Commission on Irrigation 
and Drainage (20) 

Special contribution to the International Commission on Irrigation 
and Drainage for the construction of a central office building at 
New Delhi. India (16,500 rupees) (20) 



Less — Funds available in the Main Estimates, 1964-65 . 



(34) 



(Further Details) 



Administration 

Less — Funds available in the Main Estimates, 1964-65. 



Vote 6»d— Irrigation and Water Storage Projects in the West- 
ern Provinces including the South Saskatchewan River 
Project, the Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Act Program, 
Land Protection, Reclamation and Development— Con- 
struction or Acquisition of Ruildings, Worlis, Land and 
Equipment 



9,400 



21,711 



750 
3,750 



4,500 
4,499 



4,500 
4,499 



1,50«,( 



C instruction or Acquisition of Buildings, Works and Land — (13) 

(Further Details) 
South Saskatchewan River Project 



1,500,000 



1,500,000 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Ma n-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



AGRICULTURE (Continued) 
Special 



VoteTM— To deem a block of land that is eligible for an 
award under the Prairie Farm Assistance Act as 
though it were a complete township by virtue of 
paragraph (b) of section 6 thereof, to be an eligible 
township for purposes of paragraph (a) of section 
6 thereof, and to ratify any award madein the current 
and previous fiscal years In respect of any land that 
would have been eligible land had this provision been 
applicable at the time of the making of the award (29) 

Vote 75d— Estimated amount required to recoup the 



Prairie Farm Emergency Fund to cover the net oper- 
ating loss for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1965 (29) 

VoteSOd— Estimated amount required to recoup the 
Agricultural Commodities Stabilization Account to 
cover the net operating loss of the Agricultural Stabil- 
ization Board as at March 31, 1965 (20) 

Vote 85d— Estimated amount required to recoup the 



Agricultural Products Board Account to cover the net 
operating loss recorded in the Account as at March 31, 
1965 (20) 

Vote 90d — Estimated amount required to provide for the 
operating loss of the Farm Credit Corporation for the 
fiscal year ending March 31, 1965 (20) 

Vote 95d— Payment to the Farm Credit Corporation for 



carrying out the purposes of the Farm Machinery 
Syndicates Credit Act (20) 

Total, Agriculture 



CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION 

Vote Id— Departmental Administration 

Professional and Special Services 



.(4) 



Immigration 

Vote lOd— Administration, Operation and Maintenance 
including Trans-Oceanic and Inland Transportation 
and other assistance for Immigrants and Settlers subject 
to the approval of Treasury Board, including care en 
route and while awaiting employment; and payments to 
the Provinces, pursuant to agreements entered into, 
with the approval of the Governor In Council, in respect 
of expenses incurred by the Provinces for indigent immi' 
grants 



miLD AND INSPECnONAL SERVICE, CANADA 

Telephones and Telegrams (8) 

Provisions for Detention Buildings (12) 



367, ( 



S7,118.( 



300,000 



1,540,000 



50,000 
61,707,263 



24,500 



24,500 



418,1 



40,000 
15,000 

55,000 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



MM 



Services and Details 



CITIZENSHIP AND DIMIGBATION (Continued) 
Tote IM (Continued) 

FIELD AND INSPBCTIONAIi SERVICK, ABROAD 

Travelling and Removal Expenses (5) 

Postage (7) 

Sundries (22) 



TBANS-OCEANIC AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION AND OTHER 
ASSISTANCE FOR IMNHORANTS AND SETTLERS, SUBJECT TO 
THE APPROVAL OF TREASURY BOARD, INCLUDING CARE EN 
ROUTE AND WHILE AWAITING EMPLOYMENT; AND PAYMENTS 
TO THE PROVINCES PURSUANT TO AGREEMENTS ENTERED 
INTO, WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL, 
IN RESPECT OF EXPENSES INCURRED BY THE PROVINCES 
FOR INDIGENT IMMIGRANTS (22) 



Total, Citizenship and Immigration. 



CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

Vote Id— Salaries and Contingencies of tlie Commission. 



Professional and Special Services (4) 

Advertising for Recruiting Purpo3C3 (10) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Materials and Supplies (12) 

Acquisition of Equipment (16) 



DEFENCE PRODUCTION 

B— CROWN COMPANIES 

Vote 4«d — Canadian Arsenals Limited— Administration 
and Operation (33) 



EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 

A— DEPARTMENT 

Vote Id — Administration, Operation and Maintenance 
inciudins grants as detailed In the Estimates— To extend 
the purposes of External Affairs Vote 1 of the Main Esti- 
mates for 1964-65 to provide, notwithstanding Article 
XI of the agreement set out in the Schedule to the Roose- 
velt Campobello International Parlf Commission Act, for 
the total cost of developing, operating and maintaining 
the Roosevelt Campobello International Park (one-half 
thereof recoverable from the United States Government) 
and to provide a further amount of 



DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 



Professional and Special Services (4) 

Removal and Home Leave Expenses (5) 

Other Travelling Expenses (5) 

Telephones, Telegrams and Other Communication Services. . . (8) 



Amount 



Details 



50,000 

17,000 

2,000 



69,000 



294,000 



418,000 



70,400 
75,000 
80,000 
12,575 
20,000 



Totals 



442,SM 



357,975 



25,000 
120,000 
105,000 
200,000 

450,000 



437,( 



73«,35« 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



EXTERNAL AFFAIRS (Continued), 

A— DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Vote Id (Continued) 

Canada's civilian participation as a member op the 

international commissions for supervision and 

control in indo-china 

Travelling Expenses (5) 

Telephones, Telegrams and Other Communication Services. . . (8) 



EXPENDITURES ON BEHALF OF THE ROOSEVELT CAMPOBELLO INTER- 
NATIONAL PARK COMMISSION (22) 



GRANT TO THE CANADIAN ATLANTIC CO-ORDINATING COMHTTTEE . . (20) 

GIFT TO COMUEUORATE THE INDEPENDENCE OF MALTA (20) 

GIFT TO QUEEN ANNE MARIE OF GREECE ON THE OCCASION OF HER 



WEDDING . 



.(20) 



GUT OF FURNISHINGS TO CANADA HOUSE, KING S COLLEGE, 

UGANDA (20) 



Vote 20d — Other Payments to International Organizations 
and Programs as detailed in the Estimates 



ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROGRAM OF THE NORTH 
ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION'S SCIENCE COMMITTEE IN AN 
AMOUNT OP $208,425 U.S., notwithstanding THAT PAY- 
MENT MAY EXCEED OR FALL SHORT OF THE EQUIVALENT IN 
CANADIAN DOLLARS ESTIMATED AS OF FEBRUARY, 1965, WHICH 
IS (20) 



PAYMENT TO THE INTERN.\TIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION 
IN PART REIMBURSEMENT OF COMPENSATION PAID TO ITS 
CANADIAN EMPLOYEES FOR QUEBEC INCOME TAX FOR THE 
1963 TAXATION YEAR (20) 



CONTRIBUTION TO THE UNITED NATIONS EMERGENCY FORCE 

SPECLAL ACCOUNT FOR 1964 (20) 



CONTRIBUTION TO THE CANADIAN COMMITTEE FOR THE INTERNA- 
TIONAL COOPER.\TION YEAR (20) 



45,000 

200,000 



245,000 



20,000 



8,000 



1,500 



1,500 



350 



726,350 



223,000 



4,000 



92,900 



25,000 
344,900 



SUPPLEMEXTARY ESTIMATES (D). 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



».» 



EXTERNAL AFFAIRS (Continued) 
A— DEPARTMENT (Continued) 
External Aro Oftice 
Vote 33d— To authorize the establishment of a special 



account in the Consolidated Revenue Fund to be 
k:nown as the International Development Assistance 
Fund to which shall be credited on or after March 31, 
19S5, 

(a) the unexpended balance on March 31, IMS, set out 
In the sub-vote for International Development 
Assistance within External Affairs Vote 35 of the 
Main Estimates, 1964-65 (the amount so credited 
to be a charge to that Vote); 

(b) the unexpended balance on March 31, 1965 in the 
Colombo Plan Fund established by Vote 566 of 
Appropriation Act No. 1, 1952-53 (the amount so 
credited to be a ctiarge to that Fund); and 

(c) any amounts provided by Parliament during the 
subsequent fiscal years for the purposes of the 
Fund; 

and notwithstanding section 35 of the Financial 
Administration Act, to provide for payment out of 
the International Development Assistance Fund in 
the subsequent fiscal years for economic, technical 
and educational assistance to developing countries, 
and for special administrative expenses in connection 
therewith including authority 

(d) to engage advisers or experts for service In the said 
developing countries In accordance with regu- 
lations prescribed by thf Governor In Council; 
and 

(e) to provide educational and technical training for 
persons from the said countries In accordance 
with regulations prescribed by the Governor in 
CouncU (22) 



Vote 35d— Economic, technical, educational and other assist- 
ance as detailed in the Estimates 



7,000,0M 



INTERNATIONAL FOOD AID PROGRAM. 

Total, A — Department 



(20) 



7,000,000 



8,671,251 



FINANCE 

Administration 

Vote Id— Departmental Administration— To extend the 
purposes of Finance Vote 1 of the Main Estimates, 1964-65 
to Include the Administration of the Canada Student 
Loans Act and to provide a further amount of 



286, 066 



DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 

Professional and Special Services (4) 

Travelling and Removal Expenses (5) 

Telephones and Telegrams (8) 

Publication of Estimates (9) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (H) 

Sundries (22) 



55,900 
26,500 

8,700 
17,500 
23,200 

1,300 

133.100 



79570—2 



A 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-66 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



FINANCE (Continued) * 

Administration (Continued) 
Vote Id (Continued) 

ADMINISTRATION OF THE FARM IMPROVEMENT LOANS ACT, 
THE veterans' BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL LOANS ACT, 
THE FISHERIES IMPROVEMENT LOANS ACT, THE PRAIRIE 
GRAIN producers' INTERIM FINANCING ACT, THE PRAIRIE 
GRAIN LOANS ACT, THE SMALL BUSINESSES LOANS ACT, AND 
THE CANADA STUDENT LOANS ACT 

Publication of Departmental Reports and Other Material (9) 

Advertising (10) 

OflSce Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 



Government Administration 

Tote IM— Grants to Municipalities in accordance with 
the Municipal Grants Act and Regulations made 
thereunder (19) 

Vote 16d— Government's contributions to the Super- 



annuation Account, in the current and four sub- 
sequent fiscal years, as a result of the authorization of 
salary increases during the 1963-64 and 1964-65 fiscal 
years, each one of whicli was applicable to at least one- 
quarter of one per cent of the contributors under the 
Public Service Superannuation Act, in such amounts 
as, in the opinion of the Minister of Finance are neces- 
sary to provide in each of the current and four sub- 
sequent fiscal years for one-fifth of the cost to Her 
Majesty in right of Canada for the benefits payable 
under that Act, as a result of the said salary increases; 
estimated amount required for the 1964-65 fiscal year. (21) 

Vote 18d— To amend the Public Service Superannuation 



Act, the Canadian Forces Superannuation Act and 

the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation 

Act as follows : 

(a) Subsection (2) of section 32 of the Public Service 
Superannuation Act is repealed and the following 
is substituted therefor: "32. (2) There shall l>e 
credited to the Superannuation Account, follow- 
ing the authorization of any salary increase applic- 
able to at least one per cent of the contributors, 
in five equal annual instalments commencing in 
the fiscal year in which the salary Increase is 
authorized, such amount as, in the opinion of the 
Minister, is necessary to provide for the increase 
In the cost to Her Majesty in right of Canada for 
the benefits payable under this Act, as a result of 
such salary increase"; 



8.000 

104,500 

34,400 



146,900 



280,000 



«,M0, 



M.I 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



11 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



FINANCE (Continued) n 

Government Administration (Continued)- 
Vote 18d (Continued) 



(b) Subsection (2) of section 24 of the Canadian 
Forces Superannuation Act is repealed and the 
following substituted therefor: "24. (2) There 
shall be credited to the Superannuation Account, 
following the authorization of any pay increase 
applicable to at least one per cent of the members 
of the forces, in five equal annual instalments 
commencing in the flscal year in which the pay 
Increase is authorized, such amount as, in the 
opinion of the Minister of Finance, is necessary to 
provide for the increase in the cost to Her Majesty 
of the benefits payable under this Act, as a result 
of such pay increase"; 

(c) Su bsection (2) of section 23 of the Royal Canadian 
Mounted Police Superannuation Act is repealed 
and the following substituted therefor: "23. (2) 
There shall be credited to the Superannuation 
Account, following the authorization of any pay 
Increase applicable to at least one per cent of the 
members of the Force, in Ave equal annual instal- 
ments commencing in the fiscal year in which the 
pay Increase Is authorized, such amount as, in the 
opinion of tlie Minister of Finance, is necessary 
to provide for the Increase In tlie cost to Her 
Majesty in right of Canada of the benefits payable 
under this Part, as a result of such pay increase" . . (21) 

Vote 18d— To authorize the payment out of the Super- 



annuation Account, in the current and subsequent 
flscal years, of interest in respect of contributions 
made under section 6 of the Public Service Super- 
annuation Act to the Account that 

(a) have been on deposit in tlie Account for at least 
two years from the date of their receipt, and 

(b) cannot be applied for the purpose for whlcli they 
were originally paid into the Account because the 
election pursuant to w hich they were made is void ; 

such interest to be compounded and to be calculated 
and paid at such rate and in respect of such period 
as the Governor in Council may prescribe (21) 

Vote 21d— To amend subsection (5) of section 20 of Chap- 



ter 38 of the Statutes of Canada, I960 by 

(a) stril(ing out the expression "before the time he 
became a contributor" and substituting there- 
for the expression "before or after the time he be- 
came a contributor" ; and 

(b) adding, immediately following the expression 
"failed to elect under that Act within the time 
prescribed therefor", the expression, "or under 
clause (F) of subparagraph (ill) of paragraph (b) 
of subsection (1) of section 5 of the Public Service 
Superannuation Act" (21) 



Amount 



Details 



79570— 2i 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



FINANCE (Continued) ♦ 

Government Administration (Continued) 
Vot* 22d— To authorize the Treasury Board to delete 



from the accounts certain debts due, and claims by. 
Her Majesty, each of which is in excess of $1,000, 
amounting in the aggregate to $1,117,485.77, of which 
$451,991.49 represents forty-two items that have been 
carried as assets in the Statement of Assets and Lia- 
bilities (23) 



SUBfMART 



Department 



No. of 
Debts or 
Claims 



(a) Assets to be written off as charges 

to expenditure: 

Citizenship and Immigration 27 

Mines and Technical Surveys — 

Department 3 

Dominion Coal Board 1 

Veterans Affairs 11 

(b) Accounts receivable: 

Agriculture 2 

Citizenship and Immigration 58 

Crown Assets Disposal Corporation.. 6 
Mines and Technical Surveys 

— Department 3 

— Dominion Coal Board 1 

National Defence 23 

National Health and Welfare 17 

National Revenue 2 

Public Works — National Capital 

Commission 2 

Veterans Affairs 73 



229 



63,749.79 

334,-549.45 
39,989.46 
13,702.79 

14,791.15 
88,174.42 
14,659.25 

141,090.87 
7,668.03 

175,568.48 
29,193.42 
12,069.76 

6,848.45 
175,430.45 



$1,117,485.77 



Tote 23d— To authorize the Ciovernor in Council to add 



to Part n of Schedule A to the Public Service Super- 
annuation Act the members of the staff of the Cana- 
dian Council of Resource Ministers— Le Conseil 
Canadien des Ministres des Ressources (hereinafter 
called "the Council") and to provide that forthwith 
upon the addition thereof 

(a) the Council shall be deemed to be a public service 
corporation for the purposes of section 23 of the 
Public Service Superannuation Act; 

(b) the Government Employees Compensation Act 
shall apply to the members of tlie staff of the 
Council; and for the purposes of that Act, such 
persons shall be deemed to be employees in the 
service of Her Majesty; and 

(c) for the purposes of any regulation made pursuant 
to section 5 of the Aeronautics Act, the members 
of the staff of the CouncU shall be deemed to be 
employees in the public service of Canada (21) 

Vote 24d— To authorize the deletion from the Accounts 



of Canada of $396,217,000 shown therein as the un- 
amortized portion of the actuarial deficiency in the 
Public Service Superannuation Account and the 
charge of that amount to net debt as an adjustment 
In respect of prior years' transactions (21) 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



13 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



FINANCE (Continued) 

COMPTHOLLEB OF THB TREASURY 

Vote 27d— To authorize the deletion from the accounts 



of Canada of the balance of the Cheque Adjustment 
Suspense Account representing the unadjusted 
balance resulting from the reconciliation of payments 
to the chartered banlis for the redemption of paid 
cheques with the amount of card cheques issued 
prior to April 1, 1962, and paper cheques issued prior 
to January 1, 1964, and the charging of such balance 
to net debt as adjustments in respect of prior years' 
transactions; balance at Alarch 31, 1965 estimated 
to be $141,375.42 (22) 

Royal Canadian Mint 

Vote 35d— Administration, Operation and Maintenance 

Professional and Special Services (4) 

Express on Coin Shipments (6) 

Postage. 



Supplies — Coining and Medal Work (12) 

Repairs and Upkeep of Equipment (17) 



Total, Finance. 



FISHERIES 

Fisheries Manageusht and Development 

Vote 15d— Grants, contributions and subsidies in the 
amounts and subject to the terms specified in the sub- 
Vote titles listed in the Details of the Estimates 



ASSISTANCE IN ACCORDANCE WrTH TERMS AND CONDITIONS 
APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL, FOR THE CON- 
STRUCTION OF FISHING VESSELS IN RESPECT OF WHICH 
CAPITAL SUBSIDIES ARE NOT PAYABLE PURSUANT TO ANY 
OTHER FEDERAL AUTHORIZATION (20) 



Special 
Vote 17d— Estimated amount required to recoup the Fishing 



Vessel Indemnity Account and the Lobster Trap In 
demnity Account established under Vote 540 of the 
Appropriation Act No. 5, '1955, and Vote 527 of the Appro- 
priation Act No. 6, 1956, to cover the net operating 
losses in the said Accounts as at March 31, 1965 



To recoup the Fishing Vessel Indemnity Account. 
To recoup the Lobster Trap Indemnity Account. . 



.(22) 
.(22) 



Total, Fisheries. 



FORESTRY 

Vote 5d — Contributions to the Provinces in the amounts and 
subject to the terms specified in the Details of Estimates 

CONTRIBUTION TO NOVA SCOTIA, IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUCH 
TERMS AND CONDITIONS AS THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL MAY 
APPROVE, IN RESPECT OF A PROGRAM OF FOREST STAND IM- 
PROVEMENT WHICH WILL PROVIDE EMPLOYMENT IN CAPE 
BRETON (20) 



79,1 



4,300 
30,000 
29,700 
10,000 

5,000 



16,810,998 



200,000 



72,576 
8,424 



100,000 



200,C 



81,1 



281,4 



100,000 



14 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



'ig^.m^i 



FOEESTEY (Ck)ntinued) M^l'l 
General 



Vote 37d— Payment In respect of extra costs resulting from 
Wheat King" at Quebec while 



unloading the S. S 

en route to deliver grain at Halifax (22) 



JUSTICE 

Legal and Other Services 
Vote Id— Administration 



departmental administration 

Professional and Special Services (4) 

Travelling Expenses (5) 

Publication of Departmental Reports and Other Material (9) 



EXCHEQUER COURT OF CANADA — ^ADMINISTRATION 

Services of Sheriffs, Outside Reporters, etc (4) 



LABOUE 

A— DEPARTMENT 

Vote Id— General Administration, including grants as 
detafled In the Estimates 



DEPAKTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 



Grants to the International Institute for Labour Studies 
including grants to Canadian scholars to work at the 
Institute (20) 



INDUSTPRIAL RELATIONS ACTIVITIES 

Legal Fees (4) 

Publication of Informational Material (9) 

Posters, Radio, Film and other Publicity : (10) 

Allowances and Expenses of Industrial Disputes Investigations, 
Boards, Commissions, Referees and Advisory Com- 
mittees (22) 



SPECIAL SERVICES BRANCH 

Professional and Special Services 



.(4) 



6,000 
4,000 
5,000 



15,000 



12,000 



27,000 



50,000 



39,000 
10.000 
30,000 



50,000 



129,000 



40,000 
219,000 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



15 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



LABOUR (Continued) 

A— DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Vote 5d— Payments to carry out the purposes of the Voca- 
tional Rehabilitation of Disabled Persons Act and 
agreements made thereunder, including undis- 
charged commitments under previous agreements; 
payments in accordance with terms and conditions 
approved by the Governor in Council to employers of 
&$% of monthly wage paid or $75 per month, which- 
ever is less, on behalf of eacli full-time worlier 45 years 
of age or over engaged during the period November 1, 
1963 to March 31, 19G4, and who is otherwise eligible 
under the older worker employment and training 
incentive program— To authorize payment in the 
1965-66 flscal year of amounts, not exceeding in the 
aggregate the unspent balance remaining at the 
conclusion of the 1964-65 flscal year in labour Vote 5, 
Main Estimates, 1964-65, to meet undischarged com- 
mitments under the older worker employment and 
training incentive program that might otherwise 
have been paid pursuant to the appropriation based 
on the said Vote during the 1964-65 flscal year If they 
had come In course of payment (20) 



Vote 15d— To carry out the purposes of the Technical and 
Vocational Training Assistance Act and Agreements 
made thereunder— Payments to the Provinces 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



Capital Assistance to Trade and Vocational Schools, Technical 
Institutes and Vocational Hijrh Schools (20) 



Total, A — Department. 



B— UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE COMMISSION 

Vote 3M— Administration of the Unemployment Insurance 
Act including the transfer of labour to places where 
employment is available and expenses incidental thereto 
in accordance with Regulations of the Governor In Coua 
cU 



Commission to Post Office Department (4) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 



, LEGISLATION 

Thx Senate 



Vote 5d— General Administration. 



Telephones and Telegrams (8) 

Publishing Senate Debates, Queen's Printer (9) 

Printing of Other Publications (9) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Materials and Supplies (12) 

Expenses of Committees (22) 



34,430,000 



34,430,1 



34,649,M1 



SSO.MO 



260,000 
60,000 



107,SM 



9,600 
10,500 
6,500 
3,000 
3,000 
75,000 



ipi-i 






16 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



w^.Tei 



LEGISLATION (Continued) 4 

House or Commons 

Vote lOd— Members of the House of Commons — Allowances 
in lieu of residence to ttie Spealier of the House of Com- 
mons, and in lieu of Apartments to the Deputy Speaker 
of the House of Commons; allowance to the Deputy 
Chairman of Committees 



ADDITIONAI, ALLOWANCE TO THE DEPUTY CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES(2) 



Vote 20d— General Administration 

ESTIMATES OF THE CLEBK 

Publishing Debates (9) 

Printing of Other Publications (9) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

General 
Vote 27d— To authorize, during the current and sub- 



sequent fiscal years, payment of a gratuity in respect 
of the deatli of any member of tlie Senate or 
House of Commons subsequent to August 2, 1963, 
to the surviving spouse or the estate of the deceased 
member, in an amount equal to two months sessional 
indemnity and to ratify any such payments made 
during the 1963-64 fiscal year; estimated amount 
required for the 1964-65 fiscal year (21) 



Total, Legislation. 



MINES AND TECHNICAL SURVEYS 

B— DOMINION COAL BOARD 

Vote 65d— Administration and Investigations of the Dominion 
Coal Board 



Professional and Special Services (4) 



Vote 70d— Payments in connection with the movements of 
coal under conditions prescribed by the Governor In 
Council 



payments in CONNECTION WITH THE MOVEMENTS OF COAL UNDER 

CONDITIONS PRESCRIBED BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL (20) 



2,000 



2,< 



fi40,0M 



350,000 

240,000 

50,000 



12,000 
761,600 



25,000 



25,1 



7,035,« 



7,035,000 



Total, B — Dominion Coal Board. 



7,060, 



NATIONAL DEFENCE 

Canadian Army 

Vote 20d— Operation and Maintenance and Construction or 
Acquisition of Buildings, Works, Land and Major Equip- 
ment 



7,000,000 



CONSTBUCnON OR ACQUISITION OF BUILDINGS, WORKS, LAND 
AND MAJOR EQUIPMENT 

Major Procurement of Equipment: 

Tanks and Armoured Fighting Vehicles (16) 



7,000,000 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D). 1964-65 



17 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



NATIONAL DEFENCE (Continued) 
Pensions and Otheb Benefits 
Vote 55d— Civil Pensions as detailed in the Estimates. 



TO AUTHORIZE IN RESPECT OF MEMBERS OF THE ROYAL CANADIAN 
AIR FORCE ON LEAVE WITHOUT PAY AND SERVING AS IN- 
STRUCTORS WITH CIVILIAN TRAINING ORGANIZATIONS 
OPERATING UNDER THE BRITISH COMMONWEALTH AIR TRAIN- 
ING PLAN WHO WERE KILLED, PAYMENTS TO THEIR DEPEND- 
ENTS OF AMOUNTS EQUAL TO THE AMOUNTS SUCH DEPENDENTS 
WOULD HAVE RECEIVED UNDER THE PENSION ACT, AS 
AMENDED, HAD SUCH SERVICE AS INSTRUCTORS BEEN MILI- 
TARY SERVICE IN THE ARMED FORCES OF CANADA, LESS THE 
VALUE OF ANY BENEFITS RECEIVED BY SUCH DEPENDENTS 
UNDER INSURANCE CONTRACTS WHICH WERE EFFECTED ON 
THE UVES OF SUCH MEMBERS OF THE ROYAL CANADIAN AIR 
rOBCK BY OB AT THE EXPENSE OF THE CIVIUAN ORGANIZATION. (21) 



Vote 59d— To authorize the Governor In CouncU to pre- 
scribe. In the case of a contributor under any enact- 
ment of the Parliament of Canada providing for the 
payment of pensions to members of the forces based 
on length of service who, by reason of erroneous advice 
which he received from a member of (lie forces or a 
person employed in the Public Service whose normal 
duties included the giving of advice as to the counting 
of service under any such enactment, failed to elect 
In respect of service prior to becoming a contributor 
under such enactment within the time prescribed 
therein to pay for that service, tiie circumstances 
under which the contributor may elect to pay for 
that service and the terms and conditions (including 
conditions as to interest) upon which any such 
election shall be deemed to have been made by him 
under the applicable enactment within the time 
prescribed therefor by such enactment (21) 



Total, National Defence. 



NATIONAL HEALTH AND WELFARE 

Administration 
Vote Id— Departmental Administration 



Educational and Informational Publications (9) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 



Heai/th Services 

Vote 5d— Administration, Operation and Maintenance, 
including grants as detailed In the Estimates 



HEALTH SERVICES, INCLUDING ASSISTANCE TO THE PROVINCES — 
ADMINISTRATION 

Grant to University of British Columbia towards the cost 
of construction of a Health Sciences Centre (20) 



Vote lOd— To authorize General Health Grants to the Prov- 
inces, the Northwest Territories and the Yukon Terri- 
tory upon the terms and In the amounts detailed in 
the Estimates and under terms and conditions approved 
by the Governor in Council 



279 



279 



7,000,280 



20,000 



16,000 
4,000 



100,000 



100,000 



4,500,( 



18 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Tbtals 



NATIONAL HEALTH AND WELFARE (Continued) 

Health Services (Continued) 

Vote lOd (Continued) 

To restore a portion of the amount deducted in the Main Esti- 
mates, 1964-65, representing the difference between the 
commitments which it was estimated would fall due in 
1964-65 and the actual cash requirements (30) 



Vote 15d — To authorize Hospital Construction Grants to the 
Provinces, the Northwest Territories and the Yulton 
Territory upon the terms and in the amounts detailed 
In the Estimates and under terms and conditions ap' 
proved by the Governor In Council 



4,500,000 



2,000,009 



To restore a portion of the amount deducted in the Main Esti- 
mates, 1964-65, representing the difference between the 
commitments which it was estimated would fall due in 
1964-65 and the actual cash requirements (30) 



Welfare Services 
Vote 40d— Administration, Operation and Maintenance. 



2,000,000 



112,500 



FAMILY ALLOWANCES AND OLD AGE SECURITY — 
ADMINISTRATION 

Postage (7) 

Telephones and Telegrams (8) 

Educational and Informational Publications (9) 

Educational and Informational Material other than Publicar- 

tions (10) 

OflSce Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Sundries (22) 



25,000 

6,000 

10,000 

25,000 

45,000 

1,500 



Total, National Health and Welfare. 



6,732,600 



NATIONAL REVENUE 

Customs and Excise 
Vote 3d— To authorize In the current and subsequent 



fiscal years, pursuant to subsections (1) and (2) of 
section 10 of c. 12 of the Statutes of Canada 1063 

(a) a refund or deduction of tax, and 

(b) payment of an amount equal to tax, 

subject to all the terms and conditions relating to 
such refund, deduction or payment set out in sub- 
section (1) or (2), as the case may be, of section 10 of 
c. 12 of the Statutes of Canada 1963, except that the 
said subsections shall be read as if there were no 
reference to December 31, 1964 set out therein (22) 



Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation 
Vote ISd— To reimburse Central Mortgage and Housing 



Corporation, pursuant to Section 35 of the National 
Housing Act, 1954, for expenditures Incurred during 
the period January 1, 1964 to December 31, 1964, for 
Housing Research and Community Planning as 
contemplated by Part V of the National Housing Act, 
1054 CW) 



1,233,106 



n'a.>^.» 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



16 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



NATIONAL EEVENVE (Continued) ' ' ' " ' 
Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation (Continued) 
Vote 2M— To reimburse Central Mortgage and Housing 



Corporation, pursuant to Section 5(5) and Section 
^(b) of the Central Mortgage and Housing Act, for 
net iosses resulting from the sale of mortgages from 
its portfolio during the calendar year 1964 (22) 

Vote 25d— To reimburse Central Mortgage and Housing 



Corporation for losses sustained by it during the 
calendar year 1964 as a result of the operation of 
Public Housing Projects undertalten under Part VI 

of the National Housing Act, 1954 (22) 

Vote3M— To reimburse Central Mortgage and Housing 



Corporation for amounts loaned under Section 36H 
of the National Housing Act, 1954, to any Province, 
Municipality or Municipal Sewerage Corporation, and 
forgiven by the Corporation during the calendar 
year 1964, pursuant to Section 36G of the Act (22) 

Vote 35d — To reimburse Central Mortgage and Housing 
Corporation for grants charged to the Consolidated 
Revenue Fund as established by Section 23£ of the 
National Housing Act, 1954, in respect of contribu- 
tions made during the calendar year 1964, to any 
Province or Municipality for the preparation or 
implementation of an urban renewal scheme or 
pursuant to an urban redevelopment agreement (22) 



Total, National Revenue. 



NORTHERN AFFAIRS AND NATIONAL RESOURCES 

National Parks 

Vote 15d — Administration, Operation and Maintenance in 
eluding grants and contributions as detailed in the 
Estimates 



NATIONAL PARKS AND HISTORIC SITES AND MONUMENTS — 
administration, operation and MAINTENANCE 

Contribution of 50% of the cost of an urban renewal study of 
the Louisbourg District, Nova Scotia not exceeding 
$7,500; balance of costs of the study to be paid by one or 
more of the Province of Nova Scotia and the municipalities 
concerned (20) 

Less — Funds available in the Main Estimates, 1964-65 (34) 



(Further Details) 



Historic Sites 

Less — Funds available in the Main Estimates, 1964-65. 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



448,919 



1,478,014 



7,»2«,494 



4,219,436 
14,399,970 



7,500 
7,499 



7,500 
7,499 



20 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



NORTHERN AFFAIRS AND NATIONAL RESOURCES 

(Continued) 

National Parks (Continued) 

Vote 20d— Construction or Acquisition of BuUdings, Works, 
Land and Equipment— To extend the purposes of North- 
ern ACTairs and National Resources Vote 20 of the Main 
Estimates for 1964-65 to include authority to malce pre- 
liminary expenditures on the proposed new National 
Park in the area of Kejimkujik Lake In Nova Scotia 



NATIONAL PARKS AND HISTORIC SITES AND MONUMENTS — 

CONSTRUCTION OR ACQUISITION OF BUILDINGS, WORKS, 

LAND AND EQUIPMENT 

Construction or Acquisition of Buildings and other Con- 
struction Projects (13) 

Less — Funds available in the Main Estimates, 1964-65 (34) 



(Further Details) 

Proposed new National Park in Kejimkujik Lake area, N.S. 
Less — Funds available in the Main Estimates, 1964h65 



Northern Administration 

Vote 45d^Administration, Operation and Maintenance 
including grants and contributions as detailed in the 
Estimates 



EDUCATION DIVISION — ADMINISTRATION, 
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 



Other Professional and Special Services. 



.(4) 



YUKON TERRITORY OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 

INCLUDINQ GRANTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS AS DETAILED IN THE 

ESTIMATES 

Professional and Special Services (4) 

Contribution to the Yukon Territorial Government towards 

the cost of construction of a school at Mayo, Y.T (20) 

Contribution to the Yukon Territorial Government towards 

the cost of construction of a school at Teslin, Y.T (20) 



NORTHWEST TERRFTORIES AND OTHER FIELD SERVICES — 
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 

Professional and Special Services (4) 

Travelling and Removal Expenses (5) 

Freight, Express and Cartage (6) 

Telephones, Telegrams and other Communication Services (8) 

Fuel for Heating Departmental Buildings (12) 

Other Materials and Supplies (12) 

[Maintenance of Highways and Roads (14) 



50,000 
49,999 



50,000 
49,999 



178,000 



25,000 
17,700 
27,500 



70,200 



1,900 
16,300 
24,800 

7,700 
52,300 
94,400 

4,500 



718,100 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



21 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



NORTHERN AFFAIRS AND NATIONAL RESOURCES 

(Continued) 

NoBTHERN Administration (Continued) 
¥ote45d (Continued) 

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES AND OTHER FIELD SERVICES — 

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (Continued) 

Repairs and Upkeep of Buildings and Works (14) 

Rental of Equipment (18) 

Municipal or Public Utility Services (19) 



Vote 55d— Reimbursement of the Northern Administra- 
tion Branch Stores Account for the value of stores 
which have become obsolete or unserviceable (22) 



Total, Northern Affairs and National Resources. 

POST OFFICE 
Vote Id— Postal Services 



OPERATIONS INCLUDING SALARIFS AND OTHER EXPENSES OF 
STAFF POST OFFICES, DISTRICT OFFICES, RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE 
STAFFS, AND SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND OTHER ITEMS 
FOR REVENUE POST OFFICES, INCLUDING ADMINISTRATION 

Isolation and Other Allowances (2) 

Mail Bags and Letter Carrier Satchels (12) 



TRANSPORTATION — MOVEMENT OF MAIL BY LAND, AIR AND 
WATER, INCLUDING ADMINISTRATION 

Mail Service by Air (32) 



PRIVY COUNCIL 

A— PRIVY COUNCIL 
Privy Council Office 
Vote lOd— General Administration 



Travelling Expenses (5) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Expenses of Federal-Provincial Conference (22) 



Vote 15d— Expenses of the Royal Commissions listed in the 
Details of Estimates 



EXPENSES OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON HEALTH SERVICES. 



(22) 



Amount 



Details 



5,000 

200,000 

63,000 



469,900 



718,100 



34,000 
19,700 



53,700 



275,000 



328,700 



10,000 

15,000 

2.000 



65,500 



Totals 



53,439 
771,541 



328,7m 



27,( 



195,5M 



»: 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 


j Services and Details 


Amount 


Details 


Totals 


1 
i 


PaiVY COUNCIL (Continued) * 
A— PRIVY COUNCIL (Continued) 
Pkivy Council OrncE (Continued) 
Vote Ifid (Continued) 

EXPENSES OF COMMISSION UNDER PART I OF THE INQUIRIES ACT 
TO INQUIRE INTO AND REPORT UPON THE CIRCUMSTANCES 
SURROUNDING THE CRASH OF AN AIR CANADA AIRCRAFT AT 
STE-THERESE, QUEBEC, ON NOVEMBER 29, 1963 (22) 

EXPENSES OF COMMISSION UNDER PART I OF THE INQUIRIES ACT 
TO INQUIRE INTO AND REPORT UPON THE PROBLEMS RELATING 
TO THE FUTURE OF THE AIRCRAFT OVERHAUL BASE MAIN- 
TAINED BY AIR CANADA AT WINNIPEG INTERNATIONAL AIR- 
PORT (22) 

EXPENSES OF COMMISSION UNDER PART I OF THE INQUIRIES ACT 
TO INQXHRE INTO AND REPORT UPON THE EXPORT MARKETING 
PROBLEMS OF THE SALT FISH INDUSTRY IN THE ATLANTIC 
PROVINCES (22) 

EXPENSES OF COMMISSION UNDER PART I OF THE INQUIRIES ACT 
TO INQUIRE INTO ALLEGATIONS OF IMPROPER CONDUCT ON 
THE PART OF PUBUC OFFICIALS IN CONNECTION WaTH EXTRADI- 
TION PROCEEDINGS CONCERNING LUCIEN RIVARD (22) 

Total, A — Privy Council, 


$ 

TIlTJiO/i 

I 

10,000 


$ 




1 

10,000 




'■'\i . : . 


30,000 




OCT, ■-"■ 


80,000 








222,500 




PUBLIC WORKS 

A-DEPARTMENT 

Accommodation Services 

Vote 15d — Construction, acquisition, major repairs and im- 
provements of, and plans and sites for, public buildings 
(including expenditures on works on other than federal 
property); provided that no contract may be entered into 
for new construction with an estimated total cost of 
$50,000 or more unless the project is individually listed in 
the Details of Estimates 








1 




Manitoba 
Churchill — Water Supply System 


165,000 
164,999 






Less — Anticipated lapses 






(13) 

Harbours and Rivers Enginebrinq Services 

Vote 30d— Construction, acquisition, major repairs and im- 
provements of, and plans and sites for, harbour and 
river works (including expenditures on Avorks on other 
than federal property); provided that no contract may 
l>e entered into for new construction with an estimated 
total cost of $50,000 or more unless the project is individ- 
ually listed in the Details of Estimates 




ft 


1 








1 











SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 






I, til 



«M, tnv 



Services and Details 



PUBLIC WORKS (Continued) 
A— DEPARTMENT (Continued) 
Harbours and Rivers Enoineerinq Services (Continued) 
Vote 3fd (Continued) 

NEWFOUNDLAND 

Branch — Towards harbour improvements 



NOVA SCOTIA 



Little River (Victoria) — Towards harbour improvements. 

Petit de Grat — Towards breakwater 

Shelburne — Towards harbour improvements 



NEW BRUNSWICK 

Ihgall's Head — Towards breakwater repairs. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Squamish — Dredging— Federal Government's share of cost. 



Less — Anticipated Lapses 

Total, A — Department. 



(13) 



B— NATIONAL CAPITAL COMMISSION 

Vote £M— Operation and Maintenance, General Administra 
tlon and interest cliarges on outstanding loans that were 
made for the purpose of acquiring property in the Xa' 
tlonal Capital Region 



OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PARKS, PARKWAYS AND 

GROUNDS ADJOINING GOVERNMENT BTHLDINQS AT OTTAWA 

AND HULL, MAINTENANCE OF OTHER PROPERTIES AND 

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION 

Administration, secretarial services and accounting 

Planning, property acquisition and management 

Engineering and outside supervisors — Construction and main 

tenance 

Information and Historical Research Division 

Gatineau Park Division 

Operation and maintenance of parks and parkways of the Com 

mission 

Grants in lieu of taxes to local municipalities pursuant to section 15 

of the National Capital Act 



(22) 



INTEREST CHARGES ON OUTSTANDING LOANS THAT WERE 

BtADE FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING PROPERTY IN THE 

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION 



Interest charges. 



(22) 



23 



Amount 



Details 



5,000 



5,000 

5,000 

260,000 



270,000 



30,000 



85,000 



390,000 
389,999 



28,000 
3,000 

2,000 

3,000 

33,000 

1,000 

3,000 



73,000 



245,000 
318,000 



Totals 



318,( 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



PUBLIC WORKS (Continued) 

C— CANADIAN CORPORATION FOR THE 1967 
WORLD EXHIBITION 

Vote 70d— Towards Federal share of the cost of construc- 
tion of an Ice control structure (13) 



Vote 72d— Acquisition of land to be dealt with in accord- 
ance with the Agreement between Canada, the 
Province of Quebec and Montreal respecting the 
Canadian Universal and International Exhibition 
Montreal, 19«7 (13) 



ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

Vote Id— National Police Services, Federal Law Enforcement 
Duties and Provincial and Municipal Policing under 
Contract— Administration, Operation and Maintenance 

HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION AND NATIONAL POUCE 
SERVICES — OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 

Medical Services (4) 

Travelling Expenses — Investigational (5) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Clothing (12) 



LAND, AIR AND TRAINING DIVISIONS — OPERATION 
AND MAINTENANCE 

Medical Services (4) 

Travelling Expenses — Investigational (5) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Materials and Supplies (12) 

Clothing (12) 

Fuel for Mechanical Equipment (12) 

Repairs and Upkeep of Equipment (17) 

Sundry Investigation Expenses (22) 



Vote 5d— National Police Services, Federal Law Enforcement 
Duties and Provincial and Municipal Policing under 
Contract— Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, 
Works, Land and Equipment 



HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION AND NATIONAL POLICE 

SERVICES — CONSTRUCTION OR ACQUISITION OF BUILDINGS, 

WORKS, LAND AND EQUIPMENT 



Construction or Acquisition of Equipment . 



(16) 



1,825,«M 



159, 



1,975, 



121,1 



300 

500 

200 

1,900 



2,900 



7,500 
9,500 
4,000 
1,500 

36,800 
4,600 
4,200 

50,000 



118,100 



121,000 



391,090 



60,300 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



25 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



•o: 



EOYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE (Continued) 
Vote 5d (Continued) 

I^ND, AIR AND TRAINING DIVISION8 — CONSTRUCTION OR 

ACQtnsrnoN of buildings, works, land and equipment 

Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, Works and Land . . . (13) 
Construction or Acquisition of Equipment (16) 



VoteTd— Reimbursement of Royal Canadian Mounted 



Services and Details 



Police revolving fund for the value of cloth which has 
become obsolete, unserviceable, lost or destroyed (22) 

Total, Royal Canadian Mounted Police 



SECRETARY OF STATE 

A— DEPARTMENT 

Vote Id— Departmental Administration including the ex- 
penses of the Committee on Broadcasting— To extend 
the purposes of Secretary of State Vote 1 of the Main 
Estimates, 1964-65, to include the expenses of the Com- 
mittee on Election Expenses and the Committee on 
Feature Films and to provide a further amount of 



Travelling expenses (5) 

Telephones and Telegrams (8) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 

Expenses of the Committee on Broadcasting (22) 

Expenses of the Committee on Election Expenses (22) 

Expenses of the Committee on Feature Films (22) 



Vote 5d— Companies and Corporations Branch. 



Professional Services (4) 

Telephones and Telegrams (8) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 



Vote lOd— Translation Bureau. 



Outside Translators' Fees (4) 

Travelling expenses (5) 

Office Stationery, Supplies and Equipment (11) 



Vote 15d— Patent Division, Copyright and Industrial Designs 
Division and Trade Marks Office 



administration division 
Professional Services 



.(4) 



Amount 



Details 



45,000 
285,700 



330,700 



391,000 



6,000 

2,000 

5,000 

92,000 

15,000 

25,000 



6,100 

800 

2,500 



34,000 

2,000 

12,000 



3,800 



Totals 



9,000 



521,1 



145,000 



9,400 



48,000 



32,800 



26 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1984-65 



Positions 


Services and Details 


Amount 


(Man-years) 


Details 


Totals 


1 

!. 
( 


SECRETARY OF STATE (Continued) 
A— DEPARTMENT (Continued) 
Tote ISd (Continued) 

PATENT DIVISION 

Telephones and Telegrams (8) 

Printing of Patent Office Record (9) 

Special 
Vote 17d— Expenses pertaining to Royal Visit, 1964 (22) 


S 

2,000 
27,000 


S 




29,000 






32,800 




•)f, ■ 




135,M« 




Vote 18d— Special grant, within the meaning of section 2» 








of the Canada CouncU Act, to the Canada Council to 
be used for the general purposes set out in section 8 
of the Act (2i) 

Total, A — Department 


10,000,000 












10,370,2M 




B— ATLANTIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD 
Vote 20d — Administration and Operation 








160, ••• 




Professional and Special Services (4) 

TRADE AND COMMERCE 

A— DEPARTMENT 

General Administration 

Vote 5d— Trade Commissioner Service— Administration, 
Operation and Maintenance 


160,000 












277,l«« 




administration and operation 

Professional and Special Services (4) 

Removal and Home Leave Expenses (5) 

Other Travelling Expenses (5) 

Telephones and Telegrams (8) 

Office Stationery, Supplies, Equipment and Furnishings (11) 

Repairs and Upkeep of Offices and Residences Abroad (14) 

Rental of Offices Abroad (15) 

Special Benefits for Personal Services (21) 

CONSTRUCTION OR ACQUISITION OF BUILDINGS, LAND, 
EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS 

Construction or Acquisition of Buildings and Land (13) 

Acquisition of Equipment, Furniture and Furnishings for 
Residences Abroad (16) 


5,000 
30,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 

8,000 
30,000 

2,000 




'm.V: 




K^^.';:. 


105,000 






162,000 
10,000 






172,000 






277,000 





SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



27 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



•M.ll 



9M.m 



TRANSPORT 

A— DEPARTMENT 
Vote Id— Departmental Administration.. 



7«,l 



•ft' 



DEPABTMXNTAL ADUINISTRATION 

Travelling and Removal Expenses 



.(5) 



70,000 



Mabine Services 
Vote 5d— Administration, Operation and Maintenance. 



MARINE REOULATIONS INCLUDINO PILOTAOE AND MARINE 

BEPORTINO SERVICES — ADMINISTRATION, OPERATION AND 

MAINTENANCE 

Steamship Inspection 
Professional and Special Services (4) 



Railways and Steamships 

Vote 15d— Payments to the Canadian National Railway Com- 
pany (hereinafter raUed the "Company") upon applica 
tions approved by the Minister of Transport made by the 
Company to the Minister of Finance, to be applied by the 
Company In payment of the deficits certified by the 
auditors of the Company arising in the operations in the 
calendar year 19€4 in respect of the following services: 
Newfoundland Ferry and Terminals; Prince Edward 
Island Car Ferry and Terminals; Yarmouth, N.S.— Bar 
Harbour, Maine, U.S.A. Ferry Service 



payments to the CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY COMPANY 
(hereinafter called the company) UPON APPLICATIONS 
APPROVED BY THE MINISTER OP TRANSPORT MADE BY THE 
COMPANY TO THE MINI.STER OF FINANCE, TO BE APPLIED BY 
THE COMPANY IN PAYMENT OF THE DEFICITS, CERTIFIED BY 
THE AUDITORS OF THE COMPANY, ARISING Hi THE OPERATIONS 
IN THE CALENDAR YE.AR 1964 — NEWFOUNDLAND FERRY 
AND TERMINALS (33) 



Vote 2«d— Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, Works 
and Land, Dock and Terminal Facilities, and of Vessels 
and Related Equipment as listed in the Details of the 
Estimates provided that Treasury Board may increase or 
decrease the amounts within the Vote to be expended on 
individually listed projects 



CONSTRUCTION OR ACQUISITION OF FERRY VESSELS 
AND EQUIPMENT 

Ferry Vessel "Confederation" for the Prince Edward Island 

Ferry Service — Additions and Betterments 

Less — Funds available within the Main Estimates, 1964-65 



(16) 



375, ( 



375,000 



2,293,4 



2,293,000 



5,400 
5,399 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 

(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



TEANSPORT (Continued) 
A— DEPARTMENT (Continued) 
Railways and Steamships (Continued) 
Vote S7d— Canadian National Railways Deficit, 1964— 



Amount required to provide for payment to the 
Canadian National Railway Company (hereinafter 
called the "Company") upon applications approved 
by the Minister of Transport, made by the Company 
to the Minister of Finance, and to be applied by the 
Company in payment of the system deficit (certified 
by the auditors of the Company) arising in the calen- 
dar year 1964, subject to recovery therefrom of ac- 
countable advances made to the Company from the 
Consolidated Revenue Fund (33) 



Air Services 

Civil Aviation 

Vote 45d— Contributions to assist in the establishment or 
improvement of local airports and related facilities 



CONTRIBUTIONS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH TERMS AND CON- 
DITIONS APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL, TO ASSIST 
IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OR IMPROVEMENT OF LOCAL AIRPORTS 
AND RELATED FACILITIES 



Corporation of the Town of St. Anthony, Nfld. 



(20) 



Telecommunications and Electronics 

Vote 55d— Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, Works, 
Land and Equipment 



RADIO AIDS TO AIR AND MARINE NAVIGATION — CONSTRUCTION 
OR ACQUISITION OF BUILDINGS, WORKS, LAND AND EQUIPMENT 

Construction or Acquisition of Buildings, Works and Land. . .(13) 



General 
Vote 73d— To provide that Section 115 of the Civil Service 



Regulations shall apply to any person notwithstand- 
ing that he was not employed in the Civil Service on 
the date that the Regulation was made 

(a) who ceased to be employed in tlie Civil Service at 
any time during the period commencing on the 
first day of April, 196^ and ending on the 28th day 
of February, 1964 and 

(b) who immediately prior to becoming employed 
in the Civil Service was employed by Canadian 
Marconi Corporation (21) 

Vote 74d — Reimbursement of the Department of Trans- 
port Stores Account for the value of stores which have 
become obsolete, unserviceable, lost or destroyed (22) 

Total, A — Department , 



38,726, ( 



56,000 



50,000 



!,:••,< 



1,700,000 



98,866 
43,312,862 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



29 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



TRANSPORT (Ck)ntinued) 

B— AIR TRANSPORT BOARD 

Vote 75d— Salaries and Other Expenses— To extend the 
purposes of Transport Vote 75 of the Main Estimates, 
1964-65 to authorize the Governor in Council, not- 
withstanding section 7 of the Aeronautics Act, to 
appoint two members of the Air Transport Board in 
addition to the number provided for by that Act, such 
members to hold office during pleasure for a term not 
exceeding three years and to be paid such salary as may 
by fixed by the Grovernor in Council (22) 



D— CANADIAN MARITIME COMMISSION 

Vote 85d— Administration of the Commission— To extend the 
purposes of Transport Vote 85 of the Main Estimates, 
1964-65 to include federal assistance towards the costs of 
Ice breaking In the Mlramichi River, N.B 



Assistance towards the cost of ice breaking in the Miramichi 
River, N.B (20) 



Vote 99d— Steamship Subventions for Coastal Services as de- 
tailed in the Estimates 



Western Local Services 



Service between — 

Gold River and Zeballos, B.C. 



Eastern Local SER\acES 

Service between — 

Halifax, N.S., and St. John's, Nfld 

Halifax, N.S., and St. John's, Nfld. (Winter service only) 

Twillingate and New World Island, Nfld 

Yarmouth, N.S., and Rockland, Maine, U.S. A 



Less — Funds available from the provision in the Main Estimates, 
1964-65 



(20) 



F— ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY AUTHORITY 

Vot e 197d — Payment as of January 1, 1965 to the St. 
Lawrence Seaway Authority, upon application. 



approved by the Minister of Transport, made by the 
Authority to the Minister of Finance, to reimburse 
the Authority in respect of the accumulated Welland 
Canal deficit incurred by the Authority for the 
calendar years 1959-1964 (22) 



75,< 



75,000 



12,000 



248,600 

200,000 

10,875 

8,2.35 



479,710 
479,709 



75,M1 



27,992,866 



30l: 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



VETERANS AFFAIRS 

Treatmxnt Skrvicks 
Vote 3M— Operation and Maintenance 



.8VIAJfT 



TREATMENT SERVICES — OPERATION OF HOSPITALS 
AND ADMINISTRATION 

Hospitalization in other than Department of Veterans Affairs 

Institutions (4) 

Materials and Supplies (12) 



Soldier Settlement and Veterans' Land Act 
Vote 5M— Reduction of indebtedness to the Director of 



Soldier Settlement of a settler in respect of a property 
In his possession, the title of which is held by the 
Director, or such Soldier Settler Loans which are 
administered by the Indian Affairs Branch of the 
Department of Citizenship and Immigration, by an 
amount which will reduce his indebtedness to an 
amount in l^eeping with the productive capacity of 
the property or his ability to repay his indebtedness 
under regulations approved by the Governor in 
CouncU (38) 



Total, Veterans Affairs. 



Total, Budgetary Estimates . 



LOANS, INVESTMENTS AND ADVANCES 

Labour 

B — Unemployment Insurance Commission 

Vote L19d— To authorize the Minister of finance, notwith- 



standing the Unemployment Insurance Act, to credit in 
subsequent fiscal years, on such terms and conditions as 
the Gk)vernor in Council may determine, to the Unem- 
ployment Insurance Fund such sums as may from time 
to time be required by the said Fund ; the aggregate of the 
sums outstanding at any one time not to exceed 



National Health and Welfare 



Vote L«*d— To authorize 



(a) expenditures after the date of enactment of the Act 
entitled the Canada Pension Plan in that and sub- 
sequent fiscal years that are required for the estab- 
lishment of the Canada Pension Plan; and 

(b) the reimbursement from the Canada Pension Plan 
Account during the fiscal year in which the Plan Is 
established or any subsequent fiscal year 

(i) of expenditures incurred pursuant to paragraph 

(a), and 
(ii) subject to the approval of the Treasury Board, of 
expenditures directly related to the establishment 
of the Plan incurred by government departments 
during the current or any previous or subsequent 
fiscal year 



t»,f 



350.000 
575,000 



IN 

»25,1M 

245,581,«51 



M,M«,«M 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES (D), 1964-65 



31 



Positions 
(Man-years) 



Services and Details 



LOANS, INVESTMENTS AND ADVANCES (Continued) 

National Revenue 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation 

Vote L21d— Advances charged to the special account In the 
Consolidated Revenue Fund established by subsection (4) 
of Section 35A of the National Housing Act, 1954, In re- 
spect of housing and land development projects under- 
taken Jointly with the Ck>vernments of Provinces during 
the calendar year 1984 , 



Vote L22d— Advances charged to the special account In the 



Consolidated Revenue F'und established by subsection 2 
of Section 3611 of the National Housing Act, 1954, In re- 
spect of loans to any Province, Municipality or Municipal 
Sewerage Corporation, for construction or expansion of 
municipal sewage treatment projects during the calendar 
year 19€4 



Trade and Commerce 

Vote LS7d— To amend Vote li37a In Supplementary Estimates 
(A), 1964-€5, to provide in subsequent fiscal years for 
stockpiling costs of uranium concentrates acquired pur- 
suant to the contracts described In the said Vote 



Vo te L-t8d — To provide that Northern Ontario Pipe Line 
Crown Corporation (hereinaficr referred to as the "Cor- 
poration") shall cease to exist on the 1st day of April. 1965, 
that all rights and property held by or in the name of or 
In trust for the Corporation and all obligations and 
liabilities of the Corporation existing immediately before 
that day shall be vested In, and shall continue as the 
rights, property, obligations and liabilities of. Her Majesty 
In right of Canada 



Transport 

St. Lawrence Seaway Authority 

Vote L47d — To authorize, upon application approved by the 



Minister of Transport, made by the St. Lawrence Seaway 
Authority to the Minister of Finance, (a) the conversion 
as of January 1, 1365 of $21,800,000 of indebtedness by the 
Authority to Her Majesty to an interest free loan repay- 
able on such terms and conditions as may be determined 
by the Minister of Finance, which represents the princi- 
pal owing to Her Majesty as of January 1, 1965, in respect 
of certain loans made by the Minister of Finance to the 
Authority pursuant to Section 25 of the St. Lawrence 
Seaway Authority Act and (b) loans to the St. Lawrence 
Seaway Authority in the amount of $13,200,000 in such 
manner and subject to such terms and conditions as the 
Governor In Council may approve 



Total, Loans, Investments and Advances. 



Amount 



Details 



Totals 



8,500,0N 



28,500,0«0 

37,000,000 



13,200, OOO