November 10, 1919 (13th Parliament, 3rd Session)

L LIB

Mr. MURPHY:

Laurier Liberal

1. Were tenders submitted to the Department of Public Printing and Stationery on September 25, September 29, and October 16, 1919, Respectively, for the following supplies of envelopes: 1 Mil. 100M No. 11 White Wove Envelopes; 1 Mil. 100M. No. 8 White Wove Envelopes; 1 Mil No. 11 Manila Envelopes ; 100M. No. 14 White Wove Envelopes; 300M. No. 12 White Wove Envelopes ; 1 Mil. No. 7 Manila Envelopes?
2. If so, how many tenders were submitted in each case; who were the tenderers and what were their prices; and to whom was the contract awarded in each case?
3. If, in any instance, the lowest tender was not accepted, why wTas an award made to a higher tenderer?
Mi*. CURRIE:
1. Are any soldiers belonging to the Canadian Expeditionary Force serving terms in British or French prisons or detention camps?
2. If so, how many?
3. What are the names of said soldiers, the nature of the offence, and terms of imprisonment?
4. Is it the intention of the Government to grant an amnesty to soldiers convicted of military offences? If so, when?
5. How many soldiers of the C.E.F. are serving terms in British or French prisons for criminal offences?
UNOPPOSED MOTIONS FOR PAPERS. Mr. McLEAN (Royal):
For a copy of all correspondence, telegrams and other documents exchanged between the Federal Government and the Government of Nev Brunswick with regard to the transfer of 12G
wharves on the St. John river and tributary waters, including a copy of all correspondence regarding the liability of the Dominion Government in maintaining and repairing these wharves.
For a copy of all reports and recommendations made by the officers of the Department of Public Works during the years 1918-1919, on the condition of the wharves in the ,St. John river and tributary waters, and the repairs required thereto.

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