August 26, 1946

MOUNTED POLICE-INSPECTOR JOHN LEOPOLD

CCF

Mr. BENTLEY:

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (C.C.F.)

4. How long has Inspector John Leopold been a member of the R.C.M.P.?

2. Was he at one time known as Jack Essel-wein, and (a) was he instructed, as part of his duties, to join an organization or party; (b) if so, what party or organization; (c) during what period or periods of time was he so occupied; (d) was he on the payroll of the R.C.M.P. during such periods?

3. Did his duties during that period include the investigation of organizations other than the communist party of Canada and, if so, what organizations, and on whose instructions were such investigations carried on?

4. Did his duties involve travel and investigations outside Canada?

5. Do his present duties include any portion of those assigned to him during the period he was a member of the communist party of Canada?

Mr. ST. LAURENT:

1. Since September 26, 1918.

2. Yes; (a) Yes; (b) Communist party and subsidiary organizations; (c) 1921 to 1928; (d) Yes.

3. Communist party and subsidiary bodies only.

4. No.

5. Yes.

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MOUNTED POLICE-INVESTIGATIONS IN TRADE UNIONS AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS

CCF

Mr. BENTLEY:

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (C.C.F.)

1. How many members of the R.C.M.P. are currently employed on investigation in trade unions and other organizations, and what percentage is this of the total active force?

2. How does the number now employed on this type of work compare with the number employed on comparable work in 1939?

3. Are special payments in addition to their regular salaries made to those engaged in this type of work?

4. What is the total appropriation devoted to this work?

5. Who is the responsible officer in charge, and to whom does he report?

Mr. ST. LAURENT:

1. None in trade unions and similar organizations.

2, 3, 4 and 5. Answered by No. 1.

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EVAPORATED MILK

PC

Mr. DANIEL:

Progressive Conservative

1. What is the percentage of the average 1941-42 purchases of evaporated milk distributed in each of the following areas of Canada: (a)

northern Ontario and northern Quebec; (b) southern Ontario and southern Quebec; (e) maritime provinces; (d) Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia?

2. In what areas of above is evaporated milk sold without ration coupons?

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LIB

Mr. MAYHEW: (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Finance)

Liberal

1. (a) Minimum quota 100 per cent plus special quotas authorized for lumbering and mining operations equal to approximately an additional 30 per cent, (b) No quota set. Distributed on ration coupons for infant feeding and medical cases only, (c) 125 per cent, (d) 125 per cent.

2. In all areas except southern Ontario and southern Quebec.

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WAR ASSETS-MOTOR VEHICLES

PC

Gordon Knapman Fraser

Progressive Conservative

Mr. FRASER:

How many motorcycles declared surplus -by the Department of National Defence, army, navy and air, respectively, are still in the hands of War Assets Corporation?

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PC

Mr. FRASER:

Progressive Conservative

1. How many motorcycles have been declared surplus by the Department of National Defence (army) ?

2. What are the departmental numbers of the surplus declaration forms in each case?

3. On what dates were declarations of surplus motorcycles made?

4. How many of these motorcycles have been disposed of through War Assets Corporation?

5. How many oi these motorcycles have been disposed of by sale to ex-service men, in pursuance with the policy which grants them priority of purchase?

6. In what province or provinces are the remainder of these motorcycles now located?

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PC

Mr. FRASER:

Progressive Conservative

1. How many motorcycles have been declared surplus of the Department of National Defence for Air?

2. What are the departmental numbers of the surplus declaration forms in each case?

3. On what dates were declarations of surplus motorcycles made?

4. How many of these motorcycles have been disposed of through War Assets Corporation?

5. How many of these motorcycles have been disposed of by sale to ex-service men, in pursuance with the policy which grants them priority of purchase?

6. In what province or provinces are the remainder of these motorcycles now located?

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PC

Mr. FRASER:

Progressive Conservative

1. How many motorcycles have been declared surplus by the Department of Naval Affairs?

2. What are the departmental numbers of the surplus declaration forms in each case?

3. On what dates were declarations of surplus motorcycles made?

4. How many of these motorcycles have been disposed of through War Assets Corporation?

Questions

5. How many of these motorcycles have been disposed of by sale to ex-service men, in pursuance with the policy which grants them priority of purchase?

6. In what province or provinces are the remainder of these motorcycles now located?

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PC

Gordon Knapman Fraser

Progressive Conservative

Mr. FRASER:

How many motor vehicles declared surplus by the Department of National Defence, navy, army, and air respectively, are still in the hands of War Assets Corporation?

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PC

Mr. FRASER:

Progressive Conservative

1. How many passenger motor vehicles have been declared surplus by the Department of National Defence for Air?

2. What are the departmental numbers of the surplus declaration forms in each case?

3. On what dates were declarations of surplus motor passenger vehicles made?

4. How many of these vehicles have been disposed of through War Assets Corporation?

5. How many of these vehicles have been disposed of by sale to ex-service men, in pursuance of the policy which grants them priority of purchase?

6. In what province or provinces are the remainder of these surplus vehicles located?

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PC

Mr. FRASER:

Progressive Conservative

1. How many passenger motor vehicles have been declared surplus by the Department of National Defence (army)?

2. What are the departmental numbers of the surplus declaration forms in each case?

3. On what dates were declarations of surplus

motor passenger vehicles made? .

4. How many of these vehicles have been disposed of through War Assets Corporation?

5. How many of these vehicles have been disposed of by sale to ex-service men, in pursuance of the policy which grants them priority of purchase?

6. In what province or provinces are the remainder of these surplus vehicles located?

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PC

Mr. FRASER:

Progressive Conservative

1. How many passenger motor vehicles have been declared surplus by the Department of Naval Affairs?

2. What are the departmental numbers of the surplus declaration forms in each case?

3. On what dates were declarations of surplus motor passenger vehicles made?

4. How many of these vehicles have been disposed of through War Assets Corporation?

5. How many of these vehicles have been disposed of by sale to ex-service men, in pursuance of the policy which grants them priority of purchase ?

6. In what province or provinces are the remainder of these surplus vehicles located?

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LIB

George James McIlraith (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Reconstruction and Supply)

Liberal

Mr. McILRAITH:

These questions, eight in number, in the name of the hon. member for Peterborough West, were asked previously in the House of Commons and I believe referred to the war expenditures and economies committee. They were answered fully in that committee, and the answers will be found in the minutes of the proceedings and evidence Nos. 34 and 35 of the committee.

[Mr. Fraser.l

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JAPANESE-REPATRIATION MENTAL HOSPITAL PATIENTS

CCF

Mr. MacINNIS:

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (C.C.F.)

1. How many persons of Japanese origin were patients in the mental hospital in British Columbia as at January 31, 1946?

2. How many of those have asked for repatriation to Japan?

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LIB

August 26, 1946