April 22, 1918 (13th Parliament, 1st Session)

CON

Sir GEORGE FOSTER:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Fred. Cook, assistant King's Printer; F. C. T. O'Hara, Deputy Minister of Trade and Commerce; F. C. C. Lynch, Superintendent, Natural Resources' Intelligence Branch, Department of the Interior.
2. Answered by No. 1. Mr. Cook, English-born, but has been a resident of Canada for thirty-six years; Mr. O'Hara, Canadian-born; Mr. Lynch, Canadian-born.
3. The duties of the aforementioned, in addition to the duties of their respective offices, are to consider all reports and publications of various kinds submitted by the various Government departments to the King's- Printer, with a view to eliminating as far as possible the publication of what is considered unnecessary from the standpoint of economy both as regards the cost of printing and distribution of public documents. In general, to carry out the wishes of Parliament as expressed- in the report of the Joint Committee of both Houses on the printing of Parliament, presented on September 12, 1917.
The members of the Editorial Committee have not been paid any remuneration for their services as members of such committee.
Their salaries for their regular duties are as follows: Mr. Cook, $4,000; Mr. O'Hara, $5,000; Mr. Lynch, $2,700.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   EDITORIAL COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENTAL PUBLICATIONS.
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