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Information & Welfare Section

Welfare Department Duties: interviewing, giving welfare assistance, counsel, guidance, to Dependents, etc.
Clubs Dept. Duties: Organization of clubs, lectures, films, library (6,000 volumes) Supervision of social activities, etc.

Civilian Repat Section

Administration Section

Repat 1 Duties: Repat and clearing new appliations, Service verifications, liaisons with Records, D.B.T. liaison, investigations.
Repat 2 Duties: DA&AP questions, Transfer funds, insurance policies & Savings certificates, Customs and export permits, Transportation accounts, Priorities &gradings, Records & Statistics.
Repat 3 Duties: Personal interviewd, general correspondence, pre-traffic documentation, special compassionate cases, medical certificates, preparation of passports & visas, Board of Trade matters, Services discharges of Wives (in British forces generally).
Repat 4a Duties: Dependents drafts, Berthing, Nominal rolls, Train rolls, Train schedules, Traffic index cards, Declaration forms, Embarkation cards, Roll warrants, S.S. Tickets, Medical cards, Warning orders and Movement instructions.
Repat 4b Duties: Drafts other than Dependents (generally as for Repat 4A, plus collection of cash payments).
Repat 5 Duties: Liaison with immigration branch and health department.
Repat 6 Duties: Legal matters and liaison with AJAG Branch.

Central Registry

Repat 7
Continental Establishment
Repat 7a The Hague
Repat 7b Brussels
Repat 7c Paris

Source: Canadian Wives Bureau, Flow Chart, Department of National Defense, National Archives of Canada.

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