March 8, 1933

QUESTIONS


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)


P. HORACE BOIVIN

CON

Mr. TETREAULT:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Was Mr. P. Horace Boivin of Granby, Quebec, ever in the employ of the Department of National Defence as cadet instructor?

2. If so, during what period? _

3. Where did he secure the rank establishing his fitness and qualifications?

4. Who recommended him?

5. Did he receive any remuneration whatever, as salary, travelling expenses, or otherwise, from the department?

6. If so, how much?

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Mr. SUTHERLAND: (Minister of National Defence)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. No.

2. Cadet instructors are employed by the school authorities concerned. Departmental

records indicate that Mr. Boivin was employed during the school years 1924-25, 1925-26 and 1930-31.

3. Camp School of Infantry, Longueuil, Quebec, 22nd July, 1923.

4. No information. Presumably school authorities concerned.

5. Yes.

6. April 1, 1924, to date-cadet instructors' allowances, $2,758.90; pay for annual training, $60.

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PERIBONKA, QTJE., WHARF

LIB

Mr. FAFARD:

Liberal

1. What amounts were spent for repairs to the wharf at Peribonka, Quebec, in the years 1930, 1931 and 1932?

2. IIow many tons of merchandise were received at and shipped from this wharf in the same years?

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Mr. CAHAN: (Secretary of State of Canada)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. 1930-31, $4,023.99; 1931-32, nil; 1932-33, $599.78.

2. No information.

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THREE FATHOM HARBOUR, N.S., POST OFFICE

LIB

Mr. DUFF:

Liberal

1. Who was the postmaster at Three Fathom harbour, Halifax county, Nova Scotia, in September, 1930?

2. Who is the postmaster to-day and when was he appointed?

3. What was the reason for the change and on whose recommendation was the change made ?

4. How many families are served by the said post office?

5. Was a petition received by the Postmaster General or any of the officials of that department requesting the change, and who signed such petition?

6. Was a petition received by the Postmaster General or any of the officials of that department protesting against such change and by whom was petition signed?

7. From the centre of the district what is the relative location of the present office as compared with the location of the previous office?

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Mr. SAUYE: (Postmaster General)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Nathan H. Leslie.

2. (a) Miss Annie Graham; (b) November 7, 1932.

3. Commissioner's report found postmaster guilty of active political partisanship.

4. In October, 1931, the former postmaster reported 12 householders. On January 24, 1933, the present postmistress reported 17 householders.

5. No.

6. Petition received signed by: Wallace

Graham, Gordon Leslie, Hubert Leslie, Montague Hetherington, Albert Julien, Mrs. Albert Julien, George E. Graham, Mrs. Cyril Graham, Mr. Cyril Graham, William Graham,

Questions

Mrs. William Graham, Mrs. Stewart D. Ruggles, Mrs. F. W. Hetherington, Stewart Ruggles, Mary T. Hetherington, Annie L. Graham, John R. Graham, Mary Graham, Mrs. Annie Ernst, Andrew Graham, Frank Graham, Lemuel Graham, Mrs. Lemuel Graham, Isaac A. Graham, Frank S. Corkum, Lena B. Conrod, Edith A. Conrod, Mrs. Frank

S. Corkum, Herbert Gaetz, Mrs. Maryann Gaetz, L. D. Morrissey, Miss Moulton, Bessie L. Smith, Harry Hanley, Glen Leslie, Asst. P.M. Nathan Leslie, P.M. Nathan Leslie.

7. The office was moved about half a mile north to the main post road. The mail service between the former post office and the main post road, the cost of which was S60 per annum, was discontinued.

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R. W. GRIMMER

LIB

Mr. VENIOT:

Liberal

1. Wliat position, if any, does Mr. R. W. Grimmer hold in the service of the Department of Fisheries in Charlotte county, New Brunswick?

2. What are the duties attached to the position and what is the salary?

3. When was the position first established?

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Mr. DURANLEAU: (Minister of Fisheries; Minister of Marine)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. He is a special officer in the fisheries protection service generally.

2. Supervision of the boats with a view to effecting economies in the operation thereof. Salary $200 per month.

3. February 10, 1931.

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ST. EULALIE, QTJE., MAIL CONTRACT

LIB

Mr. DUBOIS:

Liberal

1. Who held the contract for mail delivery on rural route number 1 of St. Eulalie, in the month of June, 1932?

2. When did this contract expire?

3. Who holds the contract now?

4. Were tenders called for in connection with the renewal of same; if so, when?

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Mr. SAUVE: (Postmaster General)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. A. Perusse.

2. September 30, 1932.

3. A. Perusse.

4. No. Contract was renewed with present contractor.

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FLETJRANT POINT, QUE., WHARF

LIB
CON

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

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. (a) J. J. Leclerc; (b) S2S,533.

2. Yes.

3. (a) $590; (b) J. T. Little.

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March 8, 1933