1. One claim, that of the widow of Leon Belanger, constable.
2. By letter.
4. From Jean Marie Guarard and Mme. Veuve [Belanger.
5. From Mr. Guarard, November 25, 1918, December 19, 1918, February 8, 1919, March 4 and 14, 1919, April 15, 1919, and May 20, 1919. From Mme. Belanger, February 11, 1919, June 24, 1919, July 31, 1919.
7. Compassionate allowance voted by Parliament at the First Session of Parliament of 1919, and paid to the widow of Leon Belanger July 21, 1919. v
[Mr. MACKIE (Edmonton):
Was it the intention of Parliament when passing the resolution dealing with the question of titles of honour and titular distinctions that it would cancel all recommendations which had been made, prior to the passing of the same, in regard- to officers serving in Canada?
Charles Joseph Doherty
(Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)
The present intention is not to discontinue this service, but to make it tri-weekly instead of daily, in conjunction with the proposed service from Murray Bay to Tadousac. LOTBINIERE AND MEGANTIC RAILWAY.
* Mr. CASGRAIN:
1. Is it the intention of the Government to buy the LotbiniSre and Megantic railway and; the Charlevoix and Montmorency railway?
2. If so, when?
3. If not, why?
Topic: GOVERNMENT COAL SUPPLY.
Subtopic: C.G.S. CHAMPLAIN.