April 17, 1929 (16th Parliament, 3rd Session)

LIB

Louis Édouard Fernand Rinfret (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Mr. RINFRET:

Department of Agriculture :
1. (a) Dr. J. H. Grisdale, deputy minister, 87,500 and use of house; (b) Dr. A. T. Charron, assistant deputy minister, $5,145.
2. (a) $9,500 and use of house; (b) $5,220. Department of External Affairs:
1. O. D. Skelton, deputy head. $8,000.
2. $10,000.
Department of Finance:
1. and 2. J. C. Saunders, deputy minister and secretary of the treasury board, $15,000. Department of Indian Affairs:
1. (a) Duncan C. Scott, deputy superintendent general, $8,000; (b) John D. McLean, assistant, deputy superintendent general and secretary, $4,920.
2. (a) $9,000; (b) $4,920.
Department of Insurance:
1. G. D. Finlayson, superintendent, $10,000.
2. $10,000.
Department of the Interior:
1. W. W. Cory, deputy minister, $8,000.
2. $10,000.
Department of Justice:
1. (a) W. Stuart Edwards, deputy minister, $10,000; (b) John Chisholm, assistant deputy minister, $6,000; (c) J. A. Renaud, assistant deputy minister, $6,000.
2. (a) $10,000; (b) $6,500; (c) $6,500. Department of Labour:
1. (a) Howard H. Ward, deputy minister, $8,000; (b) Gerald H. Brown, asst, deputy minister, $4,620.
2. (a) $9,000; (b) $4,620.
Department of Marine and Fisheries:
Marine Branch
1. A. Johnston, deputy minister, $8,000.
2. $10,000.
Fisheries Branch
1. Wm. A. Found, appointed deputy minister July 12th, 1928. $6,000.
2. $8,000.
Department of National Defence:
1. G. J. Desbarats, deputy minister, $8,000.
2. $10,000.

Questions
Department of Mines:
1. (a) Dr. Charles Camsell, deputy minister, $8,000; (b) L. L. Bolton, acting deputy minister, $4,620.
2. (a) $9,000; (b) $4,620.
Post Office Department:
1. L. J. Gaboury, deputy postmaster general, $8,000.
2. $10,000.
Public Works Department:
1. J. B. Hunter, deputy minister, $8,000.
2. $10,000.
Department of Public Printing and Stationery :
1. F. A. Acland, deputy head, $8,000.
2. $9,000.
Department of Railways and Canals:
1. (a) Major G. A. Bell, deputy minister, S10,000; (b) Geo. W. Yates, asst, deputy minister, $4,920.
2. (a) R. A. C. Henry, $10,000; (b) $4,920. Department Secretary of State:
1. Thomas Mulvey, deputy head, $8,000.
2. $9,000.
Department of Trade and Commerce:
1. F. C. T. O'Hara, deputy minister, $8,000.
2. $10,000.
Department of Immigration and Colonization :,
1. (a) W. J. Egan, deputy minister, $8,000;
(b) F. C. Blair, asst, deputy minister, S5,220.
2. (a) $9,000; Ob) $5,220.'
Department of Pensions and National Health:
1. Dr. J. A. Amyot, deputy minister, $8,000; N. F. Parkinson, deputy minister, $6,000.
2. $9,000.
N. F. Parkinson (retired Dec. 31st, 1928). Answers to number 2 in all cases show the amounts as provided for in the main estimates for the fiscal year 1929-30.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   SALARIES OF DEPUTY MINISTERS
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