1. Mr. Alfred Gagne was removed from the postmastership of Delisle in November, 1903. Numerous complaints were received in regard to the management of the office, which an official investigation proved to be so unsatisfactory as to render it necessary, in the public interest, to make a change in the postmastership.
2. Several petitions were received on the subject, one very numerously signed petition from the mayor and councillors of the place, recommended the appointment of the present postmaster.
Subtopic: POSTMASTER AT DELISLE.
1. A change was made in the postmastership of Dolbeau in May, 1909. Complaints were made to the department in regard to the management of the office and an official investigation revealed so serious a state of mismanagement that it became necessary, in the public interest, to make a new appointment to the postmastership.
2. The mayor and secretary-treasurer of the municipality and others were complainants in the matter.
Subtopic: POSTMASTER AT DOLBEAU.
1. Has counsel ever been employed by this government, or paid out of the public funds of Canada, to represent or act for witnesses before the Public Accounts Committee, or to represent or act for the Transcontinental Railway Commission, in respect of the examination of witnesses before such committee? If so, who are such counsel, and when were they paid?
2. For whom were they acting and what services did they actually render?