For a return showing-1. Who compose the R.C.A.F. headquarters staff at Toronto and the officers at manning pool, and at the exhibition grounds?
2. The number of chaplains, clerks, stenographers, accountants, pay and bank officials, press liaison officers, amusement, physical training and sports, civilian and other quasi officers, their salaries, pay, emoluments, subsistence and other allowances.
3. Uniforms worn by these persons and the cost of same.
4. Their military training, if any, before appointment as officers.
5. How many will later go overseas.
6. How many are engaged in purely civilian duties at home, who appointed them, and what are their names and pay.
7. How many of those there now had any training in the universities C.O.T.C. when they joined, what is the length of time for training for this classification and what fatigue, guard and kitchen duties do they perform.
Mr. POWER; I would ask the hon. member to clarify his meaning of the words "quasi officers." With that restriction, I have no objection.
Subtopic: R.C.A.F.-STAFF AT TORONTO HEADQUARTERS, MANNING POOL AND EXHIBITION GROUNDS