1. Who were the port doctors at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, during the years 1926, 1929, 1931, 1934, 1936, and 1942?
2. What salaries, fees or other allowances, were paid to them during each of such years?
3. On whose recommendation, and for what reasons, were appointees relieved of their duties and new appointments made?
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4. Did drug stores supply port doctors and sick mariners with requisite drugs and other medical supplies during these years?
5. Has this policy been discontinued? If so, why?
6. What sums were paid into the sick mariners' fund through the customs office, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, in the years 1926, 1929, 1931, 1934, 1936, and 1942?
7. What was the number of vessels, their tonnage, and the numbers of members of crews, during each of such years?
8. Are men in the naval service advised to secure medical treatment from the port doctor at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia? If so, does such port doctor receive special remuneration in addition to salary on scale fixed by government?
9. Why are other resident doctors not permitted to share in such practice?
Subtopic: LUNENRURG, N.S., PORT DOCTORS-SICK MARINERS FUND .