1. How many cases have been heard by the
Canadian Pension Commission since its inception to date: (a) by quorums in the field;
(b) by full commission?
2. How many cases are now awaiting: (a) hearing; (b) decision after hearing before quorums in the field or before the full commission?
3. How many cases have been appealed by
the reviewing officer to the Pensions Appeal Court since he was appointed? Of such cases, how many appeals have been: (a) allowed by the Pensions Appeal Court: (b) rejected by
such court; (c) referred back to the Canadian Pensions Commission?
4. How many appeals have been heard by the Pensions Appeal Court since the date of appointment, and of such (a) how many have been allowed; (b) how many rejected; (c) how many referred back to the Canadian Pensions Commission?
5. How many eases are now before the Pensions Appeal Court awaiting (a) hearing; lb) decision after hearing?
6. How many pension cases is it anticipated that will require adjudication: (a) by the Canadian Pensions Commission; (b) by the Pensions Appeal Court, during the calendar years 1935 to 1936?
Subtopic: PENSION COMMISSION