September 15, 1917 (12th Parliament, 7th Session)

LIB

John Howard Sinclair

Liberal

Mr. SINCLAIR:

I do not think there should be very much difficulty about it. The deputy minister knows that the department specifies the class of vehicle that is to carry the mail-a one-horse or two-horse rig and so on. It would be an easy matter for the department to stipulate that during certain months of the year the mail shall be carried by automobile.
Post Office Department-To provide tor an increase in salary of the superintendent of Mail Contracts Branch to $4,450, $750; to provide for an increase in salary of the accountant to $4,000, $500; to provide for the salaries of two clerks in First Division, subdivision B: one at $2,700, one at $2,300, $5,000 ; to hereby promote G. A. D. Mailleue, F. M. S. Jenkins and T. M. Oliver from Third Division, subdivision A, to Second Division, subdivision B, at $1,250 each, and Joseph Marier at $1,200, $4,950 ; to provide for the promotion of thirty-two clerks from Third Division, subdivision A, to Second Division, subdivision B, $1,600-$12,800.

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