2. Mr. Reginald Skilton temporarily employed pending appointment of permanent caretaker by Civil Service Commission.
3. District resident architect.
4. Applications were received by Mr. R. Winter, resident architect, Department of Public Works at Toronto, not later than November 29, 1930, from the following:
Percy Charles Baker,
Reginald A. Skilton,
Peter Gerow Topping,
5. The first eligible list established contained one name, Sydney Williams, entitled to the disability preference as well as the usual returned soldier preference.
6. Mr. Sydney Williams was assigned to the position by the commission.
7. As Mr. Williams was rejected by the Department of Public Works under Section 24 of the Civil Service Act, a supplementary eligible list was established containing the name of the next qualified candidate. This was Mr. R. A. Skilton who was thereupon assigned to the vacancy.
8. Mr. R. A. Skilton.
Subtopic: ST. THOMAS PUBLIC BUILDING CARETAKER
1. Has Mr. J. B. Plourde, postmaster at Sully, Quebec, been dismissed?
2. If so: (a) on what date; (b) who asked for the dismissal; (c) who replaced him; (d) was the appointment of his successor made by the Postmaster General or by the Civil Service Commission; (e) were there many applicants for said position; (f) among said applicants were there returned soldiers; (g) is the present holder of said position a returned soldier; (h) if not, why was a returned soldier not appointed; (i) on whose recommendation was the appointment of the present postmaster of Sully made?
2. (a) 5th February, 1932; (b) C. E. Dube; (c) Andrea Tardif temporarily; (d) Temporary transfer authorized by Postmaster General; (e) Vacancy not advertised yet. Two applications already received; (f) Yes; (g) No; (h) Arrangements made temporary only; (i) C. E. Dube.
1. Miss Marie Rose Houle is employed as a stenographer at the Port of Sherbrooke, P.Q.
2. Date of Miss Houle's employment June 4, 1929.
4. Miss Houle was selected in the absence
of successful eligibles, from amongst the candidates who had failed to make the necessary marks in the competition for stenographer grade 2, bilingual. Two further competitions have been held without producing eligibles and Miss Houle's temporary certificate has been extended as follows: 6 months from
December, 1929; 6 months from June 4, 1930; 1 month from December 4, 1930, pending results of examination; 6 months from January 4, 1931; 6 months from July 4, 1931; 6 months from January 4, 1932.
1. Total amount paid to Department of Agriculture, province of Quebec, for the year ending March 31, 1930, $7,946.05; for the year ending March 31, 1931, $12,600.43.
2. Total amount paid to Department of Agriculture, province of Quebec, from March 31, 1931, to date, $7,372.66.
3. Proportion of freight charges on live stock
shipped to Royal Winter Fair, Toronto: 192930, $1,642.59; proportion of prize money on account of pure bred sow club fairs: 1929-30, $5,905.75; 1930-31, $191.25; subventions due on account of cash prizes at seed fairs, exhibitions, etc.: 1929-30, $397.71; 1930-31, $12,409.18;
Subtopic: AGRICULTURE-PAYMENTS TO PROVINCE OP QUEBEC