March 23, 1927

HOUSE OF COMMONS CHARWOMEN

LIB

Mr. POULIOT:

Liberal

1. What are the names of the charwomen of the House of Commons who were employed at the session of 1911, and whose services were dispensed with at the session of 1912?

2. What are the names of the charwomen of the House of Commons * who were employed at both sessions of 1911 and 1912?

3. What are the names of the charwomen of the House of Commons who were employed during the session of 1912 and had not been employed at the session of 1911?

Topic:   QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic:   HOUSE OF COMMONS CHARWOMEN
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UNOPPOSED MOTIONS FOR PAPERS

SALVATION ARMY IMMIGRATION WORK

CON

Alexander McKay Edwards

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. EDWARDS (Frontenac):

For a copy of all correspondence of whatsoever character that has passed between the Dominion government or any minister or officer thereof and the Salvation Army or any officer thereof during the past three years having reference to the immigration work carried on by or through the Salvation Army.

Topic:   UNOPPOSED MOTIONS FOR PAPERS
Subtopic:   SALVATION ARMY IMMIGRATION WORK
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SUPERINTENDENT OF REVELSTOKE NATIONAL PARK

CON

William Kemble Esling

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. ESLING:

For a copy of all correspondence between residents of Revelstoke or vicinity, or any gov-

Unopposed. Motions Jor Papers

eminent officials in that vicinity, and the Minister of the Interior, or any departmental officials, concerning the abolition of the position of superintendent of Revelstoke National park.

Topic:   SUPERINTENDENT OF REVELSTOKE NATIONAL PARK
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CHARLESTON POST OFFICE

CON

Hugh Alexander Stewart

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. STEWART (Leeds):

For a copy of all letters, telegrams, correspondence, petitions or communications in any way relating to a proposed change in the location of the post office at Charleston, in the county of Leeds, Ontario, or the proposed dismissal of the postmaster of said post office.

Topic:   CHARLESTON POST OFFICE
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QUEBEC POSTMASTER

LIB

Jules-Édouard Prévost

Liberal

Mr. PREVOST:

For a return showing the names and addresses of each and every postmaster in each and every electoral district of the province of Quebec who was dismissed from office from October, 1911, to January 1, 1922.

2. The persons and their addresses on whose charge or complaint each such dismissal was made and the grounds set forth in each such charge or complaint.

3. The names of the postmasters who received copies of said charges or complaints so made against them and were given an opportunity to present their defence against such charges or complaints.

4. The amount of the annual salary or revenue being received by each postmaster so dismissed.

5. The names and addresses of those who have been appointed to fill the offices so vacated by the postmasters who have been so dismissed.

6. The names and addresses of those on whose recommendations the new appointments were made.

Topic:   QUEBEC POSTMASTER
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HAWKESBURY POST OFFICE

CON

Leslie Gordon Bell

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. BELL (West Hamilton):

For a copy of all letters, telegrams and all other documents, memorandums, protests, reports and correspondence between the Postmaster General, officials of the Post Office Department and any other person or persons relating to,-

1. The appointments, resignations and general supervising powders of the person or persons in charge of the post office at Hawkesbury from the year 1915 to date.

2. The appointment of one McAllister as postmaster or in connection with any appointment of the said McAllister to the post office at Hawkesbury, Ontario.

3. The appointment of a successor or successors to the said McAllister.

4. The appointment of one Berthiame as postmaster or in connection with a position in the said post office at Hawkesbury, Ontario.

Topic:   HAWKESBURY POST OFFICE
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POKER CREEK PLACER MINING CLAIMS

CON

George Black

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. BLACK (Yukon):

For a copy of all letters, applications, reports, recommendations, correspondence^ and documents of whatsoever character in possession of the government, or of any department thereof, concerning an alleged claim for compensation by one John Mclver in connection with purchase of placer mining claims situated on Poker Creek, Yukon territory, and for the payment of which the government has appropriated $3,000.

Topic:   POKER CREEK PLACER MINING CLAIMS
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INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY EMPLOYEES- DISMISSALS


Mr. POULIOT-For a return showing the names and addresses of the employees of the Intercolonial railway in each electoral division between Montreal and Halifax, who were dismissed between September 21, 1911, and September 21, 1912. 2. Names and addresses of persons whose complaints or charges justified, in each case, the above dismissal, and the reasons given in each of said complaints or charges. 3. Names and addresses of employees who received a copy of said complaints or charges brought against them and who were able to vindicate themselves. 4. Amount of salary or income received by each of the employees who were dismissed. 5. Names and addresses of persons appointed to replace those who were dismissed. 6. Names and addresses of persons who recommended the new appointees.


RIVER CHARLO POSTMASTER

CON

Robert Watson Grimmer

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. R. W. GRIMMER (Charlotte) moved:

For a copy of all letters, telegrams, other documents or correspondence between the Postmaster General or any official or officials of the Post Office Department, and any other person or persons, relating to the dismissal of George Chalmers, postmaster at River Charlo, New' Brunswick, and the appointment of a successor; also a copy of all charges, if any, made against him, and the evidence taken on any investigation.

Topic:   RIVER CHARLO POSTMASTER
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LIB

Peter John Veniot (Postmaster General)

Liberal

Hon. P. J. VENIOT (Postmaster General):

There is no such postmaster in charge at River Charlo, and in order to get the answer my hon. friend desires, it will be necessary for him to give the proper post office.

Topic:   RIVER CHARLO POSTMASTER
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March 23, 1927