June 21, 1922

SPECIAL LOANS


Hon. GEORGE P. GRAHAM (for the Minister of Finance): Moved that the House do to-morrow go into Committee of the Whole to consider a resolution respecting the raising of special loans. He said: The subject matter of this resolution having been communicated to His Excellency the Governor General, he has been pleased to give his assent thereto. Motion agreed to.


PENSION ACT AMENDMENT


Hon. GEORGE P. GRAHAM (for the Minister of Finance) : Moved that the House do to-morrow go into Committee of the Whole to consider a resolution to amend the Pension Act, 1919. He said: The subject matter of this resolution having been communicated to His Excellency the Governor General, he has been pleased to give his assent thereto. Motion agreed to.


THE SOLDIER SETTLEMENT ACT, 1919


Hon. GEORGE P. GRAHAM (Minister of Militia) moved that the House do tomorrow go into Committee of the Whole to consider a resolution to amend the Soldier Settlement Act, 1919. He said: The subject matter of this resolution having been communicated to His Excellency the Governor General, he has been pleased to give his assent thereto,


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Thomas Langton Church

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. CHURCH:

Many hon. members are away and it is not proper to railroad these resolutions through,. They are important.

Topic:   THE SOLDIER SETTLEMENT ACT, 1919
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RETURNED SOLDIERS' INSURANCE ACT AMENDMENT


Hon. H. S. BELAND (Minister of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment) moved that the House do to-morrow go into Committee of the Whole to consider a resolution to repeal section 10 of the Returned Soldiers' Insurance Act. He said: The subject matter of this resolution having been communicated to His Excellency the Governor General, he has been pleased to give his assent thereto. Motion agreed to.


OLEOMARGARINE ACT AMENDMENT


Hon. W. R. MOTHERWELL (Minister of Agriculture) moved that the House do Income War Tax Act to-morrow go into Committee of the Whole to consider a resolution to amend the Oleomargarine Act, 1919. He said: The subject matter of this resolution having been communicated to His Excellency the Governor General, he has been pleased to give his assent thereto. Motion agreed to. On motion of Mr. Graham, the House adjourned at 2.30 a.m. Thursday. Thursday, June 22, 1922.


June 21, 1922