May 29, 1935

SUPERANNUATION FUND NO. 5

LIB

Thomas Franklin Ahearn

Liberal

Mr. AHEARN:

Regarding the superannuation fund No. 5 as of date the 31st March, 1935:-

1. What is the amount transferred during the year from the retirement fund?

2. What is the amount of contributions for the year of employees including contributions on account of arrears?

3. What is the amount contributed during the year by the government?

4. What is the amount of interest earned during the year?

5. What is the total amount of the receipts placed to the credit of fund during the year?

6. What is the total amount of disbursements on account of annuities during the year?

7. What is the total amount disbursed' on all other accounts during the year?

8. What is the balance standing at the credit of the fund?

9. What is the number of contributors?

10. What is the increase in the amount disbursed on account of annuities for the last fiscal year over the year ending the 31st March, 1930?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   SUPERANNUATION FUND NO. 5
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CON

Mr. CAHAN (for Mr. Rhodes): (Secretary of State of Canada)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Nil.

2. $2,140,409.38.

3. $1,947,495.48.

4. $1,745,19723.

5. $5,833,102.09.

Questions

6. S3,178,715.11.

7. S148.S48.50.

8. S46,654,105.08. 9 . 22,866.

10. 82,427,057.35.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   SUPERANNUATION FUND NO. 5
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WELLAND CANAL EMPLOYEES

LIB

Mr. BOULANGER:

Liberal

1. What are the names, occupations and salaries of the persons employed by the government of Canada on the Welland canal?

2. What is the country of origin of each of the above persons?

3. How long had those persons been residing in Canada when they entered the public service?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   WELLAND CANAL EMPLOYEES
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CON

Robert James Manion (Minister of Railways and Canals)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. MANION:

We would not have the nationalities of people working on the Welland canal, because nationalities are not asked for in employing men for work on that canal. I shall be glad to try to get whatever else is asked for in the question, but I do not think there is any way of getting the information as to nationalities.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   WELLAND CANAL EMPLOYEES
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YUKON TERRITORY RELIEF EXPENDITURES

LIB

Mr. HANSON (Skeena):

Liberal

1. How much money was expended in the Yukon territory out of the appropriation for relief purposes made at the special session of parliament, 1930?

2. What are the names and addresses of the person or persons entrusted with the expenditure of such money?

3. Who were the recipients of the relief granted?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   YUKON TERRITORY RELIEF EXPENDITURES
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CON

Mr. GORDON:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. S19,998.29.

2. G. A. Jeckell, Chief Executive Officer and Comptroller, Yukon territory, Dawson.

3. See lists attached.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   YUKON TERRITORY RELIEF EXPENDITURES
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THE UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT, 1930


Whitehorse district roads and Kluane junction to Minto section of the overland trail In connection with the relief works carried out with the aid of the expenditures, payments were made for wages, materials, transportation, freight, team hire and board to the following: Carvill, A. Campbell, W. Dickson, Adam Ennis, E. Grant, W. Geary, L. Good, R. J. Good, Reed Gaulter, Frank, Jr. Gideon, Mrs. Johnson, E. Koloff, T. Klondike Airways Ltd. Mayer-Leason, F. Maher, W. McPherson, John Mack, Fred. A. Mack, E. K. Puckett, W. A. Somerton, E. J. Skelly, G. Sewell, John Thomas, R. Taylor, Wm. Towle, O. Wilson, Frank Yellow Bus Line Mayo district roads and the Klondike to Klondike section of the overland trail In connection with the relief works carried out with the aid of the expenditures, payments were made for wages, materials, transportation, freight, team hire and board to the following: Alplanalp, J. Braiden, Jas. Bond, J. Beaton, Mike Beck, Chas. Boyle, Wm. Barlow, O. Booth, R. Brennan, Jas. Burns & Coy. Binet & Lefebre Binet Bros. Campbell, Sami. Clark, Jas. Close, Archie Chisholm, Jas. Cody, Andrew Chasni & Shegrin Duncan, Geo. Danker, Jos. Darbolo, John Forbes, Wm. Grand, Oscar Gauvin, W. Gunn, T. Gergish, Jos. Graham, John. Gillespie, Frank Guilbault, W. Hale, Fred Henderson, H. Harvey, Thos. Hayden, W. S. Hardy, Thos. Hartrell, Mrs. Johnson, Chas. Jensen, P. Jensen, C. Knutson, Geo. Keating, Thos. LeClaire, A. Lefebvre, J. B. Matheson, A. Moreau, Sam. Morrison, Don Miller, Oscar Melozevich, Nick McCIosky, Jas. McIntosh, Allan McLennan, Archie McLeod, Angus McLellan, J. P. McDonald, A. J. McVitae, Archie Mclnnes, Angus Noble, Hugh Northern Cmcl. Coy. O'Brien, Jas. Rankin, Chas. Reid, George Rohr, Harry Rankin & Dubois Sparks, David Stewart, Arthur Sinyard, Clem Stone, Chas. Stewart, John Treadwell Yukon Coy. Turner, A. Taylor & Drury, Ltd. Utilities, Mayo, Ltd. Van Cleaves, The Williamson, Thos. Walsh, J. R. Waters, Jesse Wightman, Alex. Wickman, Eric Walby, Wm. York, W. Government of Yukon territory Dawson district roads In connection with the relief works carried out with the aid of the expenditures, pay- Ascension Day Adjournment



ments were made for wages, materials, trailsportation, freight, team hire and board to the following: Anderson, S. Lloyd, Jas. Alcorn, Robert Lawrence, A. N. Anderson, Edward Landreville, Max. Bernard, Wm. McDonell, Donald Betzner, Samuel McIntyre, Angus Brown, John Mahan, John Burt, E. C. Molstad, M. Biggs, W. H. Matheson, A. J. Bigg, A. A. Mills, Geo. Cameron, Ewen McCrank, Jas. Campbell, Lawrence Nicholas, J. Collins, David Nicholas, Mrs. J. W. Collins, W. F. Overhill, C. G. Cardinal, Al. Olsen, Chris Carroll, Jas. F. Price, Eugene Case, John Peterson, Charles Coulombe, John Readford, Wm. Donohue, John Rochester, Richard Dawson Hardware Richardson, John Coy. Strugar, John Elliott, W. H. Sart, Chester B. Fothergill, Chris. Sullivan, Wm. Ferguson, Wm. Slocum, George Farr, Waldon Svendsen, S. Fulton, Geo. E. Scaife, Robt. Fournier, Eugene Sharpies, Geo. Fournier, Mrs. M. Seagram, Chas. Gray, John Stadlbauer, Joseph Hurst, Fred. Smith, Geo. H. Holmes, John Skistad, Mrs. Nels. Hawn, E. F. Timm, Richard Hill, J. Thomas, J. Hollenbeck, John Tennelly, Wm. Harrington, John Thornbum, R. Halkett, Duncan Whitehouse, John Hickey, E. E. 'Wadell, Thomas Jones, Ben Wallace, C. LaChasseur, M. Lind, Gus Zacaarelli, Ralph


BOSSE, N.B., POSTMASTBRSHIP

LIB

Mr. MICHAUD:

Liberal

1. Has Antoine Ouellet been dismissed as postmaster of Bosse post office, in the county of Madawaska, New Brunswick?

2. If so, when was he dismissed, for what

reason, at whose request or demand? _

3. Who was appointed postmaster at Bosse post office, and upon whose recommendation was the appointment made ?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   BOSSE, N.B., POSTMASTBRSHIP
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CON

Arthur Sauvé (Postmaster General)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. SAUVE:

1. No.

2. and 3. See answer to No. 1.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   BOSSE, N.B., POSTMASTBRSHIP
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MOTION FOR PAPERS

LIB

Joseph Enoil Michaud

Liberal

Mr. MICHAUD:

For a copy of paysheets relating to the work done to the wharf at Grand Aldouane, Kent county, New Brunswick, by the Department of Public Works, during the last fiscal year.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   MOTION FOR PAPERS
Sub-subtopic:   GRAND ALDOXJANE, N.B., WHARF
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BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE

ASCENSION DAY ADJOURNMENT-FURTHER PROPOSED LEGISLATION

CON

Richard Bedford Bennett (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Right Hon. R. B. BENNETT (Prime Minister) moved:

That when this house adjourns this day it stand adjourned until Friday, May 31st instant.

Topic:   BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE
Subtopic:   ASCENSION DAY ADJOURNMENT-FURTHER PROPOSED LEGISLATION
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May 29, 1935