1. (a) Yes; (b) $5,000 per annum.
2. (a) Yes; (b) $125 per month in connection with the payment of election accounts. He is a practising barrister of ten years' standing, (c) No information in the records of the office.
3. (a) Yes. She was appointed by the Civil Service Commission in 1911, after having obtained the highest standing in open competitive examination; (b) $1,250 per annum; (e) no information in the records -of the office.
4. (a) Yes; (b) $30 as enumerator in the recent election, and $205 for counting and recording soldiers' votes. Account certified by the General Returning Officer; (c) no information in the records of the office.
5. (a) Yes; (b) salary $2,100 per annum; (c) he is a son oif the Auditor General.
7. (a) Yes; (b) $1,700; (c) yes.
8. John Fraser, 1916, $720.44; 1917,
$1,537.03, authorized by Order in Council. A. A. Fraser, 1916, $245.40; 1917, $135.25.
Subtopic: THE AUDITOR GENERAL.