3. Promoted following a promotional competition held1 by the Civil Service Commission.
4. Alleyn, John Alexander; Arteau, Jean-Baptiste Henri; Pelletier, Pierre Alphonse Jules; Pouliot, Joseph Alphonse.
5. The candidates were given ratings by the district superintendent of postal1 service, Mr. S. Tanner Green, whose headquarters was Quebec city, on-(1) Seniority (length of service) ; (2) Efficiency of service; (3) Fitness to fill the vacant position. Weights to these ratings were given in the commission.
Mr. Green, who entered the postal service in 1885, (July 1), was sixty-nine years of age in 1933, and his salary was $4,620 per annum when, as district superintendent of postal service he rated the candidates in this promotional competition. Mr. Green was resident at Quebec city.
1. How many loans have been made since January 1, 1936, under the Dominion Housing Act, 1935, through authorized institutions (a) in the city of Montreal; (b) in each of the other municipalities situated on the island of Montreal ?
2. What was the total amount of such loans made in each municipality?
It is assumed that these questions relate to the Canadian Travel Bureau.
1. 1935-McConnell, Baxter & Eastman.
1936-MacLaren Advertising Company.
4. These contracts cover the placing of advertising in certain periodicals, both newspapers and magazines, in the United States. They are not term contracts, but are for certain stipulated services,, as and when required.
1. What number of annuity contracts has been issued by the government annuities branch during the fiscal year ending March 31, 1936?
2. How much was received as premium payments during that year?
3. What are the names of the special fulltime representatives who received commissions from the sale of government annuities during the fiscal year ending March 31, 1936?
4. In what cities were they located?
5. What total remuneration did each representative receive, as commission or otherwise, during that year?
6. What total amount of money has been transferred from the consolidated revenue fund for the maintenance of the government annuity reserves from September 1, 1908, to March 31, 1936, over and above the 4 per cent interest credited to the fund each year?
7. Are the reserves at present set up by the government annuities branch higher or lower than the reserves which life insurance companies would be required to hold for the same contracts under the Canadian and British Insurance Companies Act, 1932?
8. Is the single premium charged by the annuities branch for an annuity guaranteeing a male age 60, $100 per annum for life without guaranteed payments higher or lower than the rate of $1,262 charged at present by the British government through the national debt commissions for a similar contract?
9. What single premium does the annuities branch charge for this contract?
Topic: QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic: GOA'ERNMENT ANNUITIES