1. What sums of money were paid to the following individuals and firms by the Dominion of Canada during the years 1930 to 1936 inclusive: (a) George C. Nowlan, barrister, Wolf-ville, Nova Scotia; (b) Parsons Limited; (c) Albert Parsons, retired lumberman; (d) Ralph Parsons, and (e) Arthur Parsons, contractors, Windsor (or Walton), Hants county, Nova Scotia; (f) Windsor Tribune Publishing Company Limited; (g) Mrs. P. M. (Jean U.) Fielding; (h) Miss Antoinette Forbes, Windsor, Nova Scotia; (i) Leonard W. Fraser, barrister, Halifax, Nova Scotia?
2. For what services, in each case, were moneys paid to these individuals and firms, and by what departments of the government?
3. What parts, if any, of the accounts of these individuals and firms against the Dominion of Canada were disallowed, and, in each case, why?
4. What accounts, or parts of accounts, of these individuals and firms against the dominion have not been paid?
Wheat Board-Mr. Perley
Topic: QUESTIONS PASSED AS ORDERS FOR RETURNS
Subtopic: GOVERNMENT PAYMENTS TO INDIVIDUALS AND FIRMS IN NOVA SCOTIA
For a copy of the complaint or charge laid against Mr. H. B. Walker of Wainwright by Mr. Francis H. Morcom. Also a copy of the evidence given at the investigation held by Mr. Gariepy at Wainwright in September, 1936.
Topic: MOTION FOR PAPERS
Subtopic: MR. H. B. WALKER
Mr. Speaker, I should like to direct a question to the Postmaster General (Mr. Elliott) in reference to a request I made for the names and addresses of the temporary post office employees in the city of Toronto. The Postmaster General said he would let me have this information, and I should like to know when I may expect it.