January 28, 1935

CORRECTION-MR. POULIOT


Mr. JEAN-FRANCOIS POULIOT (Temis-couata) (Translation): Mr. Speaker, at the opening of this sitting, I wish to correct the text of Question No. 38. The subject mentioned therein deals with the UB.S.R., in French the "U.R.SS., Union des Republiques Sovietiques Socialistes," such as Russia is now called. In the seventh number of the Votes and Proceedings of the House of Commons, (French version), U.R.R.S. appears four times instead of U.R.S.S. It is almost as if you said "Cadana" instead of "Canada." There are four errors, two Rs, instead of two Ss, each time. In the French version of the Routine Proceedings and Orders of the Day, under No. S, that same question No. 38 refers, the first time, to the U.R.S.S.-which is correct-and three other times to the U.R.R.S.: three additional errors, making a total of seven errors in the French version of the Votes and Proceedings and the Routine Proceedings and Orders of the Day for the same question. I have here the original text which I compared with these two officials documents that contain seven errors. Speaking to a question of privilege, I have before me the votes, and proceedings of the House of Commons, No. 7 of January 25. I refer to question No. 38 on the orders of the day. The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics is referred to as "U.R.S.S.", but the correct designation in English is "U.S.S.R." and this is the designation we find in the Monthly Summary of the League of Nations. There are six mistakes in that question as it appears in issue No. 7 of the votes and proceedings. "U.R.S.S." is mentioned four times. This is the correct designation in French but it is the wrong one in English. Further, Mr. Maxim Litvinoff is referred to as "peoples Commissary in Foreign Affairs of the U.R. S.S." The word "peoples" should have a capital P and an apostrophe, "People's" and he is not Commissary in Foreign Affairs but Commissary for Foreign Affairs of the U.S. S.R. I take this designation from the Monthly Summary of the League of Nations, issue of September, 1934. I have just mentioned in French that there were nine mistakes in that question in French; there are six more in the votes and proceedings, making a total of fifteen mistakes. But



Questions there are more mistakes than that because in the Routine Proceedings and Orders of the Day the same question contains the same mistakes. This is most ridiculous because the French designation of what was formerly Russia is wrong in the French text and the French designation of it has been used in the English text so that it is wrong again. May I draw attention to the fact that in that question there are twenty-one mistakes. I shall not stress this any more because the translator who was responsible has been discharged. But I make one suggestion and it is this: that every piece of translation should be initialed in order that every member might know who is responsible for the mutilation of his text whenever such occurs. And now, sir, may I have the great pleasure of welcoming to this house our Quebec leader, Hon. Mr. Lapointe.


QUESTIONS


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk).


ROYAI, CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE

LIB

Mr. GIROUARD:

Liberal

1. Were any appointments made to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in the province of Quebec, during the years 1933 and 1934?

2. If so, what are the names of those appointed during each of the said years?

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CON

Hugh Guthrie (Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. GUTHRIE:

LAND FORCE (1933)

Name From Date of EngagementBordeleau, W. R.... Hull, Que 10- 2-3323- 2-332- 3-33Alleyn, A. H. R 1- 4-33Glass, G. F. J 3- 7-33Bell, H. G. S 7- 7-337- 7-3311- 7-33Brakefield,-Moore, E 8- 8-3322- 9-33Vezina, J. G. L 28- 9-33Riviere du Loup.... 28-10-332-11-332-11-33Lebel, E. P Riviere du Loup 25-11-33Lindsay, E. I. C

McCarthy, E. E 25-11-3330-11-33

MARINE SECTION (1933)

Gallinrd, G. W 20- 1-33

2- 4-33

2- 4-33

2- 4-33

4- 4-33

13- 7-33

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SPECIAL CONSTABLE (1933)


Cote, G 2- 4-33 LAND FORCE (1934) Charron, J. T. A Bourgault, J. J. P.... Gatineau Pte Lotbiniere 25- 5-34 2- 6-34 2- 6-34 14- 6-34 19- 6-34 19- 6-34 12- 6-34 1- 7-34 1- 7-34 1- 8-34 16-11-34 16- 11-34 17- 11-34 17-11-34 17-11-34 20- 11-34 24-11-34 6-12-34 22-12-34Fournier, J. V Aubut, R Lavoie, C. J. M Morel, L. P. M Elliott, T. G St. Claire Riviere Bleue Matane Quebec Deschenes Hull Belzile, J. R. G Jolly, H St. Fabien Cardinal, J. H. S Van Elslande, A. J.. Stevenson, J. A Moore, J. S Desjardins, J. J. M. D Montreal Montreal Danville Sherbrooke Larocque, J. F. M.. Gilmore, J. R Rock Island MARINE SECTION (1934) Fontaine, J. L. P.... Valcourt 22- 1-34 6- 2-34 12- 5-34 16- 5-34 17- 8-34 21- 8-34Deslaurier, J. H Bouffard, R. E Allard, A. P. J Rioux, J. C. B Quebec Quebec Carleton Riviere du Loup SPECIAL CONSTABLES (1934) Name From Date of EngagementMacham, J. C. M Montreal 1- 4-34 2- 4-34 1- 5-34 21- 8-34Elio, V.... Hanna, J. E. M Montreal


CIVIL STAFF AND EMPLOYED CIVILIANS (1933)


18- 1-33 28- 4-33 Stenographer Miss M. J. Paquette... 12-10-33Stoker Pollard, W. H 1- 8-33Stenographer Miss M. F. Valois 21-11-33


CIVIL STAFF AND EMPLOYED CIVILIANS (1934)


1- 1-34 Stenographer 20- 8-34 15-12-34



Questions


RECAPITULATION


Land Force 17 Marine Section 6 Special Constable 1 Civil Staff and Enployed Civilians 5



29 Land Force 19 Marine Section 6 Special Constable 4 Civil Staff and Employed Civilians 3



32 Total 61


*CANADA SHIPPING ACT

January 28, 1935