You can move an unresponsive victim if you need to...
If the victimis going into shock
Only move an unresponsive when in an absolutely necessary scenario (IE. fire, middle of road, etc.).
Yes you should put a victim in a recovery position when victim is unresponsive and breathing.
Turned on their side in case s/he vomits.
a victim who is unresponsive with no normal breading and no pulse
perform cpr following abc
Lay the victim on their side in the rest position and await for emergency personnel while monitoring the victim for any changes.
Yes, if a person is already breathing there is no reason why you would need to breathe for them.
Go immediately to the unresponsive chocking maneuvers.
YOu should move a victim if the current environment is dangerous to the victim or to responders.You may move victims who can tolerate the move to staging or triage areas.You must move a victim as part of the evac process if further treatment is required.
Conscious permission is called "Consent".
secure a liter to move the victim
If I am not mistaken, first you should clear there air passage, then CPR.