February 8, 1905 (10th Parliament, 1st Session)

LIB

Hon. H. R. EMMERSON (Minister of Railways and Canals) : (Minister of Railways and Canals)

Liberal

1. Twenty-one exclusive of the commissioners.

2. A. !). Cartwright, $3,000 per annum ;
J. E. Duval, $2,200 per annum ; E. A. Primeau, $1,800 per annum ; James Hard-well, $3,500 per annum ; Geo. A. Mountain, $4,800 per annum ; A. G. Blair, jr., $2,500 per annum ; E. C. Lalonde, $2,200 per annum ; J. H. TeSsier, $1,800 per annum ; T. L. Simmons, $1,800 per annum ; G. A. Brown, $2,000 per annum ; L. J. Lewis, $000 per annum ; B. Chevrier, $800 per annum ; L. M. Cameron, $550 per annum ; F. C. McGee, $800 per annum ; C. E. McManus, $800 per annum ; Jno. W. Thompson, $800 per annum ; H. W. Messenger, $900 per annum ; Norman Ham, $900 per annum ; T. Chandler, $700 per annum ; D. Langelier, $500 per annum ; Wm. Woodruff, $60 per month. No allowances are made except actual reasonable travelling expenses when travelling on government business. '
3. Thirty exclusive of the commissioners.
4. H. D. Lumsden, $500 per month ; M. J. Butler, $375 per month ; A. W. H. Stimp-son, $125 per month ; C. J. Jones, $80 per month ; Fred. Dillon, $80 per month ; A. L. Ogilvie, $150 per month ; R. L. Landry, $70 per month ; Alice Seed, $25 per month ; R. M. J. McGill, $125 per month ; Jos. Clement, $100 per month ; R.' H. Lang, $60 per month ; II. A. Collins, $85 per month ; John Neighorn, $75 per month ; R. Ronan, $70 per month ; D. Lefebvre, $20 per month ; P. E. Ryan, $208.33 per month ; R. F. Uni-acke, $150 per month ; Jos. H. Roy, $100 per month ; O. P. Schreiber, $60 per month ; Fred. McCourt, $70 per month ; Percy Wright, $30 per month ; F. W. White, $100 per month ; Geo. O'Reilly, $15 per week ; A. T. Gow, $150 per month ; W. R. Saults, $75 per month ; R. Lagimodiere, $60 per month ; A. Beaudry, $70 per month ; G. Heidmann, $80 per month ; P. Larocque, $70 per month ; John O'Malley, $50 per month. No allowances are made except actual reasonable travelling expenses when travelling on government business.
5. The engineers in charge of parties are appointed by the board upon the recommendation'of the chief engineer.
6. The engineering parties were made up in the first place by the board, on the recommendation of the chief and district engineers, and changes in same are made upon the recommendation of the chief of parties and the district engineers and approved by the chief engineer. The engineers in charge of parties report to the district engineers, who report to the chief engineer, and he reports to the board. Interim reports are received from time to time from the parties in the field and district engineers.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   STAFF OF RAILWAY COMMISSION.
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