The report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, part 1.-Mr. Foster (North Toronto). '
GRAIN ACT.-NOTICE OF AMENDMENT.
Bill (No. 112) for the relief of James Denny.-Mr. Aikins.
Mr. DOHERTY moved that on Monday next_ the House do go into committee to consider the following proposed resolution:
Resolved, that it is expedient to authorize the payment to each of two judges of the Territorial Court of the Yukon Territory of an annuity equal to the salary of the office now held by him; such annuity to commence upon the resignation of such judge.
Motion -agreed to.
MANITOBA BOUNDARY EXTENSION.
On the orders of th-e day being called.
Sir WILFRID LAURIE®. Mr. Speaker, from the papers -brought down yesterday concerning the boundaries of Manitoba, one despatch has been omitted. Mr. Ro-blin- in a letter to -the Prime Minister says that he is forwarding through the regular channels to His Excellency the Governor General in Council a memorial regarding the extension of -the boundaries of Manitoba and the terms and conditions on which such extension shall be made. This memorial is not t-o be found -among the papers.
Bill (No. 60) to amend the Civil Service Act.-Mr. Borden.
HARBOUR COMMISSION OF MONTREAL.
Bill (No. 97) to provide for further ad
vances to the Harbour Commissioners of Sir WILFRID LAURIER.
Montreal.-Mr. Hazen, read the second time, considered in committee, reported, read the third time and passed.
CIVIL SERVICE ACT AMENDMENT-AUDITOR GENERAL'S OFFICE.