1. Is the total amount of expenditure in connection with the House of Commons as shown on page sixteen of the main estimates, without taking into account any amounts that may be supplementary estimates, $1,703,390, and the expenditure for the Senate as shown on the same page the sum of $561,205?
2. Why is the Chief Accountant of the Senate, as shown on page seventeen of the main estimates, paid $4,020, and the Chief Accountant of the House of Commons paid only $3,450 as shown on page nineteen of the estimates?
3. How are these officers classified to make this difference in salary?
4. Does the Chief Accountant of the Senate hlave to furnish bonds in connection with his office?
5. Does the Chief Accountant of the House of Commons have to furnish bonds in connection with his office?
Subtopic: SENATE AND HOUSE OF COMMONS