April 9, 1924

UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA


Mr. MATTHEW R. DUNCAN (North Grey): Mr. Speaker, I desire to present the petition of the Owen Sound Presbytery opposing the United Church of Canada bill.


LIB

Lewis Johnstone Lovett

Liberal

Mr. L. J. LOVETT (Digby-Annapolis):

Mr. Speaker, I desire to present petitions from Digby Methodist Church, Bay View Presbyterian and Methodist Churches, Smith's Cove Methodist Church, Middleton Presbyterian Church, Middleton Methodist Church, Annapolis Royal Methodist Church, Annapolis Royal Presbyterian Church, Clementsport Methodist Church, Granville Ferry Methodist Church, Port WTade Methodist Church, Par-kens Cove Methodist Church, Goat Island Methodist Church, Bear River Methodist Church, and Lawrencetown Methodist Church, in favour of the enactment of legislation to incorporate the United Church of Canada.

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QUESTIONS


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk).


MR. A. ARONOVICI

CON

Mr. SHEARD:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Has Mr. Aronovici referred to by the Minister of Railways in the session of 1923 as the Canadian National Railways' representative in France, been discharged or otherwise severed from the service of the said railways?

2. If so, why?

3. How much money altogether was paid said Aronovici in the #service of the railways and for what length of time?

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Hon. Mr. GRAHAM: (Minister of Railways and Canals)

Liberal

1. Resigned from service.

2. The re-organization of the traffic, colonization and development departments of the Canadian National Railways on the continent of Europe.

3. Salary from April 15, 1923, to December 31, 1923, at $1,250

per month $10,625 00

Compensation for special services, December 1, 1922 to

April 15, 1923

5,625 00Travelling expenses

9,291 46

Also 150,000 francs, or approximately $7,500, in lieu of notice.

Questions

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CON

Mr. STEWART (Leeds):

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. When did A. Aronovici receive appointment as General Agent (or otherwise) of the Canadian National Railways?

2. What were his duties and his salary?

3. For what reasons did the Canadian National Railways management or the Department of Railways and Canals through Major Graham Bell or otherwise, press for Aronovici's resignation ?

4. What moneys were paid Aronovici over and above his salary in connection with such resignation, or otherwise?

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Hon. Mr. GRAHAM: (Minister of Railways and Canals)

Liberal

1. April 15, 1923.

2. General charge of traffic, colonization and development departments on continent of Europe; salary $15,000 per annum.

3. The re-orgamzation of the traffic, colonization and development departments of the Canadian National Railways on the Continent of Europe.

4. 150,000 francs or approximately $7,500.

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SOLDIERS' CIVIL RE-ESTABLISHMENT EMPLOYEES

PRO

Mr. McBRIDE:

Progressive

1. What was the total number of employees of all classes in the Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment department at Ottawa-

(a) on the 31st December, 1921;

(b) on the 31st March, 1924?

2. What was the total salary paid to such employees-

(a) on the 31st December, 1921;

(b) on the 31st March, 1924?

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Hon. Mr. BELAND: (Minister of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment; Minister presiding over the Department of Health)

Liberal

1. (a) Total number of employees of all classes at Ottawa, December 31st, 1921, 1,178.

(b) Total number of employees of all classes on March 31st, 1924, 741.

2. (a) Total salaries paid to such employees December 31st, 1921, $1,348,664.

(b) Total salaries paid to such employees 31st March, 1924, $911,693.

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CON

Mr. MANION:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. What is the total number of employees of all classes in the Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment department in Ottawa ?

2. What is the total salary paid to such employees?

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Hon. Mr. BELAND: (Minister of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment; Minister presiding over the Department of Health)

Liberal

1. 741; consists of head: office staff, and staff employed at the headquarters of the eastern Ontario unit.

2. $911,931.

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MR. DUNCAN MARSHALL

CON

Mr. SUTHERLAND:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Out of what vote of parliament have the payments been made which have been received by Mr. Duncan Marshall as salary and expenses, which payments total according to the government's return $19,937.98?

2. Under what clause of the Appropriation Act, or if not paid under the authority of the Appropriation Act, under what clause of any other act had the government authority to pay Mr. Marshall?

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Arthur Bliss Copp (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. Mr. COPP:

Department of Agriculture.

1. Votes Nos. 51 and 14-1921-22.

Votes Nos. 52 and 14-1922-23.

Votes Nos. 50 and 14-1923-24.

2. Appropriation Act No. 2. No. 1-1921-SectionAppropriation No. 2. Act No. 2-1921-SectionAppropriation No. 2. Act No. 1-1922-SectionAppropriation No. 2. Act No. 2-1922-SectionAppropriation No. 2. Act No. 1

1923-Section

Appropriation No. 2. Act No. 2-1923-SectionAppropriation No. 3. Act No. 3-1923-Section

Department of Immigration and Colonization.

1. $300 paid by this department; was from vote for exhibitions, salaries and contingencies.

2. Appropriation Act, Vote 56, Department of Immigration and Colonization 1922-23.

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CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-COLONEL BALFOUR

CON

Mr. STEWART (Leeds):

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Was Colonel Balfour employed as head of the Immigration and Colonization department of the Canadian National Railways, or in any other capacity, and if so, at what salarj' and for what period?

2. Was he provided with a staff, and if so, what were the names and salaries of that staff?

3. What was the total amount of salaries and expenses of said Colonel Balfour and staff, up to the time he was sent back to England?

4. Is Colonel Balfour still retained on the payroll of

the Canadian National Railways, and if so, at what salary and in what capacity? *

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April 9, 1924