June 25, 1919

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 Volume II: Pages 1029-2096" III: " 2097-3192 " IV: " 3193-3996

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Volume V:

3997-4702

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VOLUME CXXXVIII

COMPRISING THE PERIOD PROM THE TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF JUNE TO THE SEVENTH DAY OF JULY, 1919, INCLUSIVE OTTAWA


J. de LABROQUERIE TACHiO


PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY CANADA


House of Commons ®ebales



Wednesday, June 25, 1919.


REPORT PRESENTED.


Order in Council of June 33, 1919, approving -the General Housing Scheme of the province of New Brunswick-Hon. Mr. Rowell.


REPORT OF PENSIONS COMMITTEE.


Hon. N. W. Rowell (President of the Council) moved, seconded by Mr. Devlin: That the report of the Special Committee appointed to consider the question of pensions, pension regulations and all matters pertaining thereto, and to prepare a Bill dealing with pensions for the consideration of the House, which was presented to the House on the 24th June, he commended for the consideration of the Government. Motion .agreed to.


SCHOOL AND DOMINION LANDS.


Hon. ARTHUR MEIGHEN (Minister of the Interior) moved for leave to introduce Bill No. 154, to authorize certain School and Dominion Lands to be included in the Taber Irrigation district in the province of Alberta. Motion agreed to, and Bill read the first time.


QUESTIONS.


(Questions answered orally are indicated by asterisks).


LABOUR AT PORT OP MONTREAL.

L LIB

Mr. DESLAURIERS:

Laurier Liberal

1. Is it the intention of the Government to permit workmen from rural .districts to replace those of the City of Montreal in connection with labour opeoationgf during' the (present season, in the Port of Montreal?

2. What are the conditions required in connection with labour operations at the .ports of Three Rivers, St. John, New (Brunswick, Halifax and Portland?

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   LABOUR AT PORT OP MONTREAL.
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UNION

Hon. Mr. BALLANTYNE: (Minister of Marine and Fisheries; Minister of the Naval Service)

Unionist

1. In so far as the Harbour Commissioners of Montreal are concerned, the practice of 254

previous years is being followed. Practically all of the commission's employees are residents of Montreal with the exception of those employed on tugs. The latter are in large part recruited in Sorel and other points along the St. Lawrence river.

2. The Department of Marine has no information.

AMHERST CARRIAGE FACTORY BUILDING. Mr. DUFF:

.1. What rental is paid per year to Percy C. Black and John W. Regan, liquidators of the Nova Scotia Carriages, Limited, for the use of the carriage factory building at Amherst, N.'S. ?

2. What troops have been quartered in this building and for how long?

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   LABOUR AT PORT OP MONTREAL.
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June 25, 1919