April 13, 1921

OFFICIAL REPORT

FIFTH SESSION-THIRTEENTH PARLIAMENT 11-12 GEORGE V, 1921 IN FIVE VOLUMES

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Volume I:

Pages 1-1000 Volume II: Pages 1001-2026

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Volume III:

Pages 2027-3003 Volume IV: Pages 3005-4040

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Volume V:

Pages 4041-4580

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VOLUME CXLVIII

COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM THE THIRTEENTH DAY OF APRIL TO THE FOURTH DAY OF MAY, 1921, INCLUSIVE OTTAWA F. A. ACLAND PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY CAlN-ADA.


House of Commons Hebates * OFFICIAL REPORT. Wednesday, April 13, 1921.


SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON FUEL


Mr. M. STEELE (South Perth) presented the first report of the special committee appointed to inquire into such matters as relate to the future fuel supply of Canada.


UNION

Michael Steele

Unionist

Mr. STEELE moved:

That the evidence now being taken by the special committee appointed to inquire into such matters as relate to the future fuel supply of Canada be printed from day to day, and that rule 74 relating thereto be suspended in accordance with the recommendation contained in the first report of the said committee.

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UNION

Edgar Nelson Rhodes (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Unionist

Mr. SPEAKER:

This motion, in the

absence of notice, will require unanimous consent. Is it the pleasure of the House to adopt the motion?

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Motion agreed to.


PARLIAMENTARY RESTAURANT

UNION

Arthur Meighen (Prime Minister; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Unionist

Right Hon. ARTHUR MEIGHEN (Prime Minister) moved:

That Orders-in-'Council P. C. 279, dated February 5, 1921, and P.C. 999, dated March 23, 1921, in respect to the appointment and salary of a manager for the Parliamentary restaurant, which were laid on the table of the House on' the 4th instant, be approved.

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Motion agreed to.


PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION

UNION

Avard Longley Davidson

Unionist

Mr. A. L. DAVIDSON (Digby and Annapolis) moved:

That the quorum of the special committee appointed to consider the subject of proportional representation and the subject of the transferable or preferential vote consist of seven members, and that the said committee be also empowered to report from time to time and authorized to have its proceedings and such evidence as may be taken printed from d'ay to day for the use of the members of the committee, and that rule 74 be suspended in reference thereto.

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UNION

Edgar Nelson Rhodes (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Unionist

Mr. SPEAKER:

This motion also, in the absence cf notice, will require unanimous consent. Is it the pleasure of the House to adopt the motion?

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Motion agreed to.


April 13, 1921