May 6, 1919

OF THE DEBATES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA SECOND SESSION-THIRTEENTH PARLIAMENT 9-10 GEORGE V, 1919 IN FIVE VOLUMES

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Volume I:

Pages 1-1028 " III: " 2097-3192

Topic:   OF THE DEBATES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA SECOND SESSION-THIRTEENTH PARLIAMENT 9-10 GEORGE V, 1919 IN FIVE VOLUMES
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Volume V:

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Volume II:

Pages 1029-2096 " IV: " 3193-3996

Topic:   OF THE DEBATES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA SECOND SESSION-THIRTEENTH PARLIAMENT 9-10 GEORGE V, 1919 IN FIVE VOLUMES
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VOLUME CXXXVI

COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM THE SIXTH DAY OF MAY TO THE FIFTH DAY OF JUNE, 1919, INCLUSIVE OTTAWA J. DE DABROQUERIE TACHE PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY I CANADA


House of Commons Iletmtes



Tuesday, May 6, 1919.


COMMITTEE ON SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH.


Mr. HUME CRONYN presented the first report of the special committee appointed to consider the matter of the development in Canada of scientific research.


REPORTS 'AND PAPERS.


Report of Director of the Military Service Branch on the operation of the Military Service Act, 1917.-Hon. Mr. Meighen. Copy of Order in Council of the 1st of May, 1919, approving of the General Housing Scheme of the province of British Columbia.-Hon. Mr. Rowell. Radio-telegraph Regulations.-Hon. Mr. Ballantyne.


SENATE BILLS.

VFIRST READING.


Bill No. 88, to amend The Migratory Birds Convention Act.-Hon. Mr. Meighen. Bill No. 89, for the relief of Martha Campbell.-Mr. Douglas (Strathcona). Bill No. 90, for the relief of Rosa Hirst. -Mr. Fripp.


THE WAR MEASURES ACT, 1914.

BILL TO EXTEND ORDERS IN COUNCIL NOT PROCEEDED WITH FOR THE PRESENT.


On the Orders of the Day:


UNION

Arthur Meighen (Minister of the Interior; Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs)

Unionist

Hon. ARTHUR MEIGHEN (Acting Minister of Justice):

I wish to make a statement with regard to Order No. 26, Second Reading of Bill No. 71, to extend the operation of the Orders and Regulations passed by the Governor in Council under the War Measures Act, 1914.

This Bill was to have been gone on with earlier, but for the fact that intimation has come from the Prime Minister that the arrangements now in effect as to the Treaty

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of Peace are such that it is unlikely any treaty of peace will be formally ratified in such a way that a declaration ending the war might be made by His Majesty before approximately the first of August. Consequently, no object would be served by going on with the measure at the present time.

Topic:   THE WAR MEASURES ACT, 1914.
Subtopic:   BILL TO EXTEND ORDERS IN COUNCIL NOT PROCEEDED WITH FOR THE PRESENT.
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MEAT AND CANNED FOODS ACT AMENDMENT-LOBSTERS.

May 6, 1919