1. On the 1st of January, 1921, Dr. George Florian Boyer was appointed to the staff of the Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment in Toronto as a part-time consultant neurologist.
2. Appointed Captain C.A.M.C. No. 4 General Hospital, 13th April, 1915: proceeded to England 16th May, 1915; proceeded to Salo-nica, 17th October, 1915; returned to England, 19th June 1916, sick; promoted to Major, 25th January, 1918; employed in England until 9th April, 1918, when he was returned to Canada; struck off the strength of the Canadian Expeditionary Force 17th November, 1920.
3. (a) Dr. Boyer receives a part-time monthly remuneration of $250, aggregating $6,669.35 for the period of 28 months, ended 30th of April, 1923. (b) No amounts were paid as travelling or other expenses.
5. The findings or reports of examinations submitted by Dr. Boyer are for the information and guidance of the executive medical officers of the department or the medical advisors of the Board of Pension Commissioners, as the case may be, and are subject to review by these officers in the same manner as the reports of other consultants and examiners.
Subtopic: DR. BOYER