5. (a) 46 men and 32 women; (b) 581 men and 321 women.
6. The Consolidated Revenue and Audit Act, 1931, did not come into effect until April 1, 1932, but in the fiscal year 1931-32, $2,984.50 was spent for organizing purposes. Expenditures in the years since were: 1932-33, $1,612,268.76; 1933-34. $1,539,684.84; 1934-35, $1,544,251.26; 1935-36, $1,516,776.32 (to February 29, 1936).
1. What are the names of the auditors or auditor used by the following auditing firms in the price spreads investigation conducted by the royal commission and parliamentary committee (a) Clarkson, Gordon, Dilworth, Guilfoyle & Nash; (b) Peat, Marwick, Mitchell Company; (c) Fred Page Higgins; (d) F. A. Nightingale; (e) Dunwoody; (f) Creak; (g) Richardson?
2. How many days -were each of these auditors engaged in this investigation?
3. What did each firm charge per day for the services of each of their auditors?
4. What was the expense allowance for each of these auditors per day?
5. What was the total amount paid each firm?
Topic: QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic: PRICE SPREADS INVESTIGATION-AUDITORS
For a copy of all correspondence, letters,telegrams, and other documents, respecting the dismissal of Avila Vezina, of Boischatel, province of Quebec, an employee in the Department of Marine, covering the period from
I may say I answered a few days ago a question in reference to the motion referred to, but I have made search of the files, and there is no correspondence whatever. This man was temporarily employed, and I suppose he was dismissed in the ordinary course of events.