1. How many cases were dealt with by the Board of Pension Commissioners during the last six months of the fiscal year ending March 31, 1929?
2. How many cases were found favourable to the applicant?
3. How many appeals were filed with the federal appeal board during the above mentioned period?
4. How many of these appeals were dealt with by the appeal board?
5. In how many cases were decisions given?
6. How many of these decisions, if any, were found favourable to the applicant?
7. How many were found unfavourable to the applicant?
8. How many applications are still pending?
9. How many soldiers' advisers are functioning at the present time in Canada?
10. Were the Board of Pension Commissioners consulted, either collectively or individually, with regard to the drafting of the veterans' allowance bill, which was recently brought clown in the house by the Honourable .Minister of Pensions and National Health?
Subtopic: WAR PENSIONS AND VETERANS' ALLOWANCES