March 21, 1923

JOINT COMMITTEE ON PRINTING


Mr. GAUVREAU moved the adpotion of the first report of the Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Commons on Printing. Motion agreed to.


INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES


Hon. JAMES MURDOCK (Minister of Labour) moved for leave to introduce Bill No. 84 to amend The Industrial Disputes Investigation Act.


CON
LIB

James Murdock (Minister of Labour)

Liberal

Mr. MURDOCK:

The amendments relate

to sections 15, 57 and 58 of the present act. No new features are proposed; the purpose is simply to convey more clearly the intent of those sections as they now stand and have been understood for a number of years.

Motion agreed to and bill read the first time.

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QUESTIONS


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)


MONTREAL DISTRICT POSTAL SERVICE

LIB

Mr. ARCHAMBAULT:

Liberal

1. How many appointments were made by the Civil Service Commission in the postal service, Montreal district, between April 1, 1921, and the day the late government resigned ?

2. How many of the above appointments were made without the candidates having had to pass examinations?

3. How many promotions were made by the Civil Service Commission, in the postal service, Montreal district, between April 1, 1921, and the day the late government resigned?

4. How many of the above promotions were made without the candidates having had to pass examinations ?

5. What are the exact dates on which the above appointments or promotions were made?

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Subtopic:   MONTREAL DISTRICT POSTAL SERVICE
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LIB

Hon. Mr. COPP: (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

1. There were 47 permanent appointments made, including 35 postmasters.

2. All of the 47 appointees noted in question No. 1 fully met the requirements of the law as regards examinations and qualifications.

Name

Position

Date of Appointment

Percival Newman

Maurice yezina

Joseph Gigras

Gracien DeBlois

Wm. G. Brooks

J. D. Verdon

Miss L. Thibault

O. Masse

Ls. Carriere

Wm. E. Eaton

R. Beauchamp

Mrs. A. St. Jean

A. Renaud

J. D. Poissant

Mrs. A. G. Lefebvre...

Miss J. L. Trudeau....

S. Boyd

A. Alieff

J. T. Arpin

J. M. Charbonneau

Jos. P. D. Dauphinias...

Elzear Larose

Godefroy Jasmin

Leopold Boileau

Rodolphe Cornier

Olier Reveille

A. L&vigne

E. Beaudoin

L. M. Bohemier

E. Sirois

Hector Guercy

J. E. Chicoine

N . Pouliot

Miss A. deGonzague....

R. Lachaine

Omer Caja

Jos. Masse

Josaphat David

Mrs. J. A. Lanoie

P. Viau

A. Prefontaine

R. Lamarche

N. Laplante

J. Wm. Hyde

F. Lessard

J. Me Andrews

Promotion:

J. A. E. Lamontagne...

Railway mail

clerk

Letter earner...

Letter carrier..

letter carrier..

Railway mail

clerk

Postmaster

Postmistress....

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmistress....

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmistress....

Postmistress....

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Letter carrier..

Letter carrier..

Letter carrier..

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Letter carrier..

Letter carrier..

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmistress....

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmistress....

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

Postmaster

April 1, April 1, April 1, April 1,

April 1, April 27, April 27, April 21, April 13, May 4, May 19, May 19, May 19, May 23, May 23, May 2, May 2, May 2, May 25, June 24, July 1, July 1, July 1, July 1, July 1, July 1, July 29, July 22, July 12, Aug. 30, Aug. 9, Sept. 1, Sept. 1, Sept. 30, Sept. 21, Sept. 21, Oct. 3, Oct. 3, Oct. 11, Oct. 11, Oct. 21, Nov. 29, Dec. 3, Dec. 19, Dec. 14, Dec. 14,

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From postal clerk to senior postal clerk

Date of promotion, Dec. 1, 1921.

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Subtopic:   MONTREAL DISTRICT POSTAL SERVICE
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TANK CARS

LIB

Mr. ARCHAMBAULT:

Liberal

1. What ships were used to transport tank cars to Russia during the war?

2. Were any vessels of the Canadian Government Merchant Marine, Limited, chartered to Messrs. Eaton & Nelligan Company, shipping agents, for that purpose?

3. Was a contract signed between that company and the Canadian Government Merchant Marine? If not, why?

4. If so, by whom was the contract signed, and on what authority?

5. What was the total loss suffered by the Canadian Government Merchant Marine, Limited, through that transaction ?

Questions

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LIB

Hon. Mr. COPP: (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

1. No information.

2, 3, 4 and o. Answered by No. 1.

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JUDGES RETIREMENT FUND

LIB

Aldéric-Joseph Benoit

Liberal

Mr. BENOIT:

Does the government intend to bring down, at this session, legislation creating a retirement fund for judges appointed in the future?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   JUDGES RETIREMENT FUND
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LIB

Lomer Gouin (Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Liberal

Sir LOMER GOUIN:

No.

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Subtopic:   JUDGES RETIREMENT FUND
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MOUNTED POLICE-PENSIONS

CON

Hon. Mr. STEVENS:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. What is the total amount of pensions paid to ex-non-commissioned officers and constables of the Royal Northwest Police annually?

2. Of this amount how much is paid at the old scale of pensions as obtained prior to the present scale coming into force?

3. What amount would be required annually to bring the pension of those under the old scale up to the pension rates at present obtaining?

4. What amount would be required to deal with the pensions of officers or their dependents on the same basis as set forth in question 1, 2 and 3?

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LIB

Sir LOMER GOUIN: (Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Liberal

1. 836,393.86.

2. $17,611.52.

3. 827.610.25.

4. The present amount of pension paid to officers is $45,972.50, and to dependents 88,696.25, making a total of $54,668.75. Of this amount the following is paid at the old scale: To officers, $11,719.80; to dependents, $4,213.25; total, $15,933.05. To bring pensions paid under old scale to the present rate, $3,888.60 would be required, as follows: Officers $2,875,60; dependents, $1,013.00; $3,888.60.

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Subtopic:   MOUNTED POLICE-PENSIONS
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March 21, 1923