November 8, 1919


Subsection agreed to.


UNION

Charles Joseph Doherty (Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Unionist

Mr. DOHERTY:

Subsection 2 is likewise a reproduction of the clause adopted this afternoon. It is as follows:

(2) As soon as any intoxicating Lquor and the receptacles containing the same are forfeited to the Crown, the judge of the sessions of the peace, recorder, police magistrate, stipendiary magistrate, two justices of the peace or magistrate having the power or authority of two or more justices of the peace by whom [DOT]such forfeiture is adjudged and declared shall immediately transmit to the Minister of Customs and Inland Revenue a notice in writing specifying the quantities and descriptions of the intoxicating liquor so forfeited, and shall over that such intoxicating, liquor shall immediately be deposited in a Custom Bonding Warehouse within the province wherein such intoxicating liquor is forfeited as aforesaid, to be disposed of as the Minister of Customs and Inland Revenue may direct.

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Subsection agreed to. Bill as amended reported.


UNION

Edgar Nelson Rhodes (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Unionist

Mr. SPEAKER:

When shall the Bill be read a third time?

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UNION

Edgar Nelson Rhodes (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Unionist

Mr. SPEAKER:

The Bill, of course, can only be read a third time by unanimous consent at this sitting.

Motion for third reading agreed to and Bill read the third time and passed.

On the motion of Sir George Foster for the adjournment of the House:

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Daniel Duncan McKenzie

Laurier Liberal

Mr. McKENZIE:

Has any time been

fixed for Prorogation or is there any' business left for another sitting?

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CON

George Green Foster

Conservative (1867-1942)

Sir GEORGE FOSTER:

The only business that is left for the Commons is the Supply Bill which we will take up immediately the House assembles at eleven o'clock on Monday. Then there may be some business that will come to us from the Senate, but if the Upper House makes as good progress on Monday morning as we have made to-night-

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Ernest Lapointe

Laurier Liberal

Mr. ERNEST LAPOINTE:

Sunday

morning.

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George Green Foster

Conservative (1867-1942)

Sir GEORGE FOSTER:

-and in the small portion of Sunday that we have used up in a good cause, I think we shall be able to prorogue about four o'clock in the afternoon.

Motion agreed to and House adjourned at 12.48 a.m. (Sunday).

Monday, ,November 10, 1919.

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November 8, 1919