DEBATES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA SEVENTH SESSION-TWELFTH PARLIAMENT 7-8 GEORGE V, 1917 IN SIX VOLUMES
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VOLUME CXXV1II COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM THE EIGHTEENTH DAY OF JANUARY TO THE TWENTIETH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1917, INCLUSIVE.
PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY
FIRST READING OF SENATE BILLS.
Bill No. 70, for the relief of Colin Darrach Poole.-Mr. Clarke (Essex).
Bill No. 71, for the relief of Thomas Edwin Jory.-Mr. Nickle.
Bill No. 72, for the relief of Florence Eva-line Snyder Lockwood.-Mr. Kay.
Bill No. 47, to facilitate certain financial arrangements between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, and for other purposes.-Sir Thomas White.
Bill No. 57, to amend The Business Profits War Tax Act, 1916.-Sir Thomas White.
cm 00 to repeal the Ocean Telegraph Act.-Mr. Hazen.
Bill No. 67, to amend the Customs Act.- Mr. Reid.
CHINESE IMMIGRATION BILL.
On mption of Hon. W. J. ROCHE (Minister of the Interior), Bill No. 42, to amend the Chinese Immigration Act, was read the second time, and the House went into Committee on the Bill, Mr. Blain in the Chair.
On Section 1, Clergymen and students to be exempt from tax.