May 13, 1931

LIB

Mr. LACROIX:

Liberal

1. Was Edouard Groleau, customs excise enforcement officer, at St. Zacharie, Quebec, dismissed from the service of the Department of National Revenue?

2. If so. on what grounds, and on whose recommendation ?

3. Who was appointed in his stead?

4. On whose recommendation?

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Subtopic:   POLITICAL PARTISANSHIP INQUIRY COMMISSIONERS
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CON

Mr. CAHAN: (Secretary of State of Canada)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Yes.

2. On a charge in writing of a member of parliament that to his personal knowledge the officer had been guilty of active political partisanship.

3. Thomas Chabot.

4. Appointed by the honourable the minister for a period of thirty days pending an appointment by the Civil Service Commission.

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Subtopic:   POLITICAL PARTISANSHIP INQUIRY COMMISSIONERS
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CLORIDORME, QUE., UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF

LIB

Mr. BRASSET:

Liberal

1. What amount was allotted out of the unemployment fund for the municipality of Cloridorme, county of Gaspe?

2. How many men were employed and for what work?

3. Is the government aware that the payroll has not yet been paid, although the work was completed in December last?

4. Will the government give the necessary instructions to have the cheques issued?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   CLORIDORME, QUE., UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF
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CON

Mr. GORDON:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Cloridorme township $2,800.

2. 388. Road improvements and clearing along river.

3. Payroll received by Department of Labour April 15th.

4. Payment of Dominion proportion $2,799.59 mailed to provincial government May 8th.

Questions

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Subtopic:   CLORIDORME, QUE., UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF
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QUEBEC-BLANC SABLON, TELEGRAPH SUPERINTENDENT

CON

Mr. LARUE:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. What is the name of the federal government superintendent of telegraphs on the north shore of the St. Lawrence river, from Quebec to Blanc Sablon?

2. When was he appointed, by whom recommended, and what is his salary?

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Subtopic:   QUEBEC-BLANC SABLON, TELEGRAPH SUPERINTENDENT
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CON

Mr. STEWART (Leeds): (Minister of Public Works)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. J. A. Bilodeau.

2. (a) February 18, 1929; (b) Appointed by Civil Service Commission following public advertisement for applicants; (c) $3,480 per annum.

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Subtopic:   QUEBEC-BLANC SABLON, TELEGRAPH SUPERINTENDENT
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MATANE QUE., POST OFFICE CARETAKER

CON

Mr. LARUE:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. When was Louis Gauthier, former caretaker of the post office building at Matane, dismissed?

2. Was an inquiry held before his dismissal?

3. If not. why was he dismissed without an inquiry, and at whose request?

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Subtopic:   MATANE QUE., POST OFFICE CARETAKER
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CON

Mr. STEWART (Leeds): (Minister of Public Works)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Mav 31, 1924.

2. Yes.

3. Answered by No. 2.

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Subtopic:   MATANE QUE., POST OFFICE CARETAKER
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THOMAS MARSHALL

LIB

Mr. BLAIR:

Liberal

1. Is Thomas Marshall employed by the Dominion government?

2. If so, in what department, in what capacity, and at what salary?

3. Was he appointed by the Civil Service Commission, and were examinations held after public advertisement, and an eligible list established in connection with the position which he now occupies?

4. Was the said Thomas Marshall secretary of the Temiskaming South Conservative Association?

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Subtopic:   THOMAS MARSHALL
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CON

Mr. GORDON:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Yes.

2. By the Department of Mines, to assist in a survey of the Canadian coal mining industry being made by the Dominion Fuel Board. Salary $225.00 a month.

3. No. The appointment was made under the provisions of order in council of November 25th, 1922 (P.C. 2381) and approved by order in council of November 29, 1930 (P.C. 63/2766).

4. No information.

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Subtopic:   THOMAS MARSHALL
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IMMIGRATION AND MINES EMPLOYEES

LIB

John Knox Blair

Liberal

Mr. BLAIR:

What are the names, duties and salaries of any employees added to the Department of Immigration and Colonization or the Department of Mines, since August 7, 1930?

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Subtopic:   IMMIGRATION AND MINES EMPLOYEES
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CON

George Gordon

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. GORDON:

Department of Mines Names-Duties-Salaries

1. Under Civil Service Act:

L. M. Kelly, typist, Grade 1 $ 720

*C. E. Best, typist, Grade 1 720

E. L. Nichol, typist, Grade 1 720

J. R. Kirkconnell, engineer, Mines

Branch, Grade 2 2,220

W. E. White, engineer, Mines Branch,

Grade 1 1,800

A. E. Reardon, stenographer, Grade 2.. 1,080

M. Saulter, library assistant 1,080

H. W. Warner, stenographer, Grade 2 1,080

L. S. Russell, Assistant Invertebrate

Palaeontologist 1,080

M. D. McClure, stenographer, Grade 2. 1,080 M. Y. Crevier, stenographer, Grade 2. 1,080

T. J. Clarke, typist, Grade 2 1,080

*H. B. Moore, clerk, Grade 2 1,080

D. M. Burke, stenographer, Grade 2... 1,080 *J. Caron, stenographer, Grade 2.. .. 1,080 M. S. McCullough, library assistant... 1,080

*J. T. Cody, clerk, Grade 1 720

*E. A. Trevor, principal clerk 1,920

H. H. Bleakney, engineer, Mines

Branch, Grade 3 2,820

R. H. Lake, laboratory assistant 1,140

M. W. Currie, clerk, Grade 2 1,080

G. E. Rickwood, laboratory helper.. .. 720

J. J. R. Cannon, laboratory helper.. . 720

F. J. L. Casey, laboratory helper.. .. 720

S. R. G. Webb, laboratory helper.. .. 720 A. H. Seaton, laboratory helper 720

J. S. C. Perry, laboratory helper 720K. G. Honeyman, laboratory helper.. 720

J. R. Cox, engineer, Mines Branch,

Grade 3 2,820

W. Monson, office boy 420

W. J. Egan, office boy 420

2. Exempt from Civil Service Act:

J. M. Sarsfield, clerk, Grade 4 $1,620

*L. A. Kennedy, private secretary.. .. 2,700 M. D. McLean, special investigator.. . 4,440

T. Marshall, special investigator (a

month) 225

G. E. Fairbairn, labourer 50 an hourR. F. Dale, labourer 50 " "C. A. Derry, labourer 50 " "C. Poapst, labourer 50 " "J. S. Quinn, machinist 80 " "*M. Buskard, labourer 50 " "R. H. Bray, labourer 50 " "'[DOT]'Note: Employees marked * have been

separated from the Department of Mines by resignation, transfer, or death, prior to May 9, 1931.

Questions

Department of Immigration and Colonization Name-Duty-Place-Salary per annum

Miss M. Poulin, charwoman, Quebec,

P.Q S 480

Mrs. Geo. Ampleman, charwoman, Quebec, P.Q 480

Mrs. A. Vallerand, charwoman, Quebec,

P.Q 480

Mrs. Henri Roy, charwoman, Quebec,

P.Q 480

Albert Shield, Immigration guard, Quebec, P.Q 900

Alphonse Pouliot, Immigration board,

Quebec, P.Q 900

Arthur Pageau, Immigration board, Quebec, P.Q 900

L. Pascale, Immigration board, Montreal, P.Q 900

J. Quigley, cleaner and helper, Montreal, P.Q 900

Mrs. M. G. Starke, senior matron, Montreal, P.Q 900

C. Lauziere, Immigration inspector,

Philipsburg, P.Q 1,500

P. L. Baldwin, Immigration inspector,

Stanhope, P.Q 1,500

Miss M. Smith, clerk, Ottawa, Ont. .. 1,680

H. C. Kennedy, stenographer, Toronto,

Ont 1,080

0. Cromar, Immigration inspector, Windsor, Ont 1,500

J. M. Madden, Immigration inspector,

Windsor, Ont 1,500

H. Maw, Immigration inspector, Windsor, Ont 1,500J. A. Alton, Immigration inspector,Windsor, Ont

1,5001. B. Potvin, Immigration inspector,Windsor, Ont 1,500L. T. Young, Immigration inspector,Windsor, Ont

1,500

W. L. O'Neil, Immigration inspector,

Windsor, Ont 1,500

A. L. Brown, Immigration inspector,

Windsor, Ont 1,500

H. Mansfiield, Immigration inspector,

Windsor, Ont 1,500

L. H. Marley, Immigration inspector,

Windsor, Ont 1,500

L. C. Goddard, Immigration inspector,

Windsor, Ont 1,500

F. C. Walker, Immigration inspector,

Windsor, Ont 1,500

Miss F. L. Litchfield, stenographer, Winnipeg, Man 1,080

T. W. Pickersgill, fireman, Winnipeg,

Man 1,140

R. Dutton, stenographer, Calgary, Alta. 1,080 Miss M. Page, stenographer, Calgary,

Alta 720

H. J. Daney, caretaker, Edmonton, Alta. 1,200 W. H. Browness, Immigration inspector.

Kingsgate, B.C 1,500

Miss D. M. Blackburn, stenographer,

Vancouver, B.C 1,080

Miss E. G. Rose, stenographer, Vancouver, B.C 720

All of the above appointments at Windsor are due to the opening of the new tunnel. All the other appointments referred to are replacements with but five exceptions.

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Subtopic:   IMMIGRATION AND MINES EMPLOYEES
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ST. LUC-STE. GERMAINE MAIL CONTRACT

LIB

Mr. BOULANGER:

Liberal

1. Is the carrying of mail from St. Luc to Ste. Germaine, in the county of Dorchester, given by contract?

2. If so, when does the present contract expire ?

3. Does the government intend to renew said contract with the present holder?

4. If not, have tenders been called . and

received ?

5. What are the names of the tenderers and the amount of each tender?

6. To whom ivas the contract granted?

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CON

Mr. SAUVE: (Postmaster General)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Yes.

2. 20th May, 1931.

3. No.

4. Yes.

5. Adelard Cote, Lac Etchemin, $600; Alfred Mercier, Dijon, S750; Napoleon Gosselin, Dijon, $780; Vve. Frangois Laflamme, Dijon, $850; Camille Pouliot, Dijon, $870; J. Ludger Audet, St. Luc, Dijon, $875; Rosaire Bolduc, Lac Etchemin, $1,000; Philemon Lecler-c, Lac Etchemin, $1,150; R. Choinard, $750.

6. Adelard Cote.

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May 13, 1931