March 19, 1924

SELECT STANDING COMMITTEES


Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Prime Minister) presented the report of the special committee appointed to prepare and report lists of members to compose the select standing committees of the House, as follows:



No. l ON PRIVILEGES AND ELECTIONS Archambault, Baxter, Black (Yukon), Brown, Bureau, Cannon, Copp, Elliott (Waterloo), Findlay, German, Gouin (Sir Lomer), Guthrie, Hammell, Jacobs, Messieurs Johnston (Last Mountain), Kyte, Kelly, Lapointe, Logan, Macdonald (Pictou), Macphail (Miss), McMaster, Morrison, Porter, Ryckman, Sexsmith, f Stewart (Hamilton), and Vien.-28 Standing Committees



No. 2 ON RAILWAYS, CANALS AND TELEGRAPH



ON MISCELLANEOUS PRIVATE BILLS Messieurs



Messieurs Anderson, LeSueur, Archambault, Lewis, Arthurs, Lovett, Baxter, Lovie, Beland, Low, Binette, Lucas, Bird, Macdonald (Pictou), Black (Huron), Mackinnon, Boivin, MacLaren, Bowen, MacLean (Prince, P.E.I.), Boys, Maclean (York), Bristol, McConica, Cahill, McCrea, Campbell, McDonald Cannon, (Timiskaming), Carroll, McGiverin, Casgrain, Mclsaac, Charters, McMurray, Chevrier, McQuarrie, Chisholm, McTaggart, Church, Manion, Clifford, Marcile (Bagot;, Copp, Marie'*, Crerar, Martell, d'Anjou, Islay bee, Davies, Merrier, Dechene, Mewburn, Delisle, Millar, Denis (Joliette), Michaud, Denis (St. Denis), Milne, Desrochers, Mitchell, Drayton (Sir Henry), Morrison, Drummond, Morrissy, Ethier, Murdock, Euler, Parent, Evans, Pelletier, Fafard, Power, Fansher, Putnam, Finn, Rankin, Forke, Robinson, [DOT] Fournier, Robitaille, Gardiner, St. Pere, Gendron, Savard, Gordon, Seguin, Gould, Shaw, Graham, Sheard, Guthrie, Simpson, Halbert, Sinclair (Queen's, P.E.I.), Hammell, Speakman, Healy, Spence, Hocken, Stansell, Hod gins, Stevens, Hoey, Stewart (Argenteuil), Hughes, Stewart (Hamilton), Humphrey, Stewart (Humboldt), Jelliff, Stewart (Leeds), Johnston (Last Mountain), Stork, Kay, Sutherland, Kellner, Tobin, Kennedy (Glengarry and Vien r Stormont), Wallace, Kennedy (Edmonton), Ward, Knox, Walsh, Lanctot, White, ajid Lapierre, Wilson.-130. Lavigueur, And that the quorum of the said committee do consist of twenty-five members. Anderson, Kellner, Archambault, Kennedy (Edmonton), Baldwin, King (Huron), Bancroft, Lewis, Bird, Lucas, Boivin, MacKinnon, Bouchard, MacLaren, Boucher, McGiverin, Bourassa, McKillop, Bowen, McMurray, Boys, Marcil (Bonaventure), Brethen, Marcile (Bagot), Brown, Merrier, Bureau, Morin, Chew, Ouimet, Clark, Porter, Chaplin, Power, Davies, Pritchard, Denis (St.Denis), Putnam, Deslauriers, Raymond, Drummond, Rheaume, Ethier, Reed, Findlay, Robitaille, Fontaine, Seguin, Forrester, Senn, Fortier, Sinclair (Oxford), Garland (Carleton), Stork, Gendron, Thompson, Gould, Tobin, Hammell, Wilson, Harris, Woods, and Jones, Woodsworth.-65. And that the quorum sist of ten members. of the said committee do con-No. 4 ON STANDING ORDERS Messieurs Binette, Hughes, Black (Halifax), Kelly, Black (Huron), Lavigueur, Chaplin, Leader, Chew, LeSueur, Clifford, MacLaren, Deslauriers, Maclean (York), Desrochers, McTaggart, Doucet, Mercier, Duff, Ouimet, Duncan, Parent, Euler, Roberge, Evans, Robichaud, Gervais, Ryckman, Gould, Steedsman, and Harris, Hod gins, Stewart (Leeds).-33. And that the quorum sist of seven members. of the said committee do con-No. 5 ON PRINTING (Members to act on the part of the Commons) Messieurs Baldwin, Hocken, Charters, Humphrey, Chevrier, Jones, Coote, MacKelvie, Euler, McConica, Fansher, Malcolm, Gauvreau, Marcil (Bonaventure), Standing Committees



Michaud, Rinfret, Murdock, Robichaud, Preston, St. Pere, and Pr6vost, Thurston.-23. Raymond, No. 6 ON PUBLIC ACCOUNTS Archambault, Messieurs Logan, Beaubien, Lewis, Bourassa, Macdonald (Pictou), Boys, Mackinnon, Brethen, McCrea, Bristol, McGiverin, Cannon, Mclsaac, Cardin, . McMaster, Carroll, Manion, Casgrain, Martell, Chisholm, Meiglien, Clark, Mewburn, Coote, Michaud, Crerar, Mitchell, Drayton (Sir Henry), Papineau, Duff, Parent, Elliott (Dundas), Power, Finn, Preston, Forke, Rh6aume, Gardiner, Ryckman, Gauvreau, Sheard, German, Steedsman, Hanson, Stewart (Leeds), Hudson, Simpson, Humphrey, Thurston, Jacobs, Tobin, Kelly, Tolmie, Kennedy (Edmonton), Vien, King (Kootenay East), Wallace, and Kyte, Ward.-61. LeSueur, And that the quorum of the said Committee consist of twenty-one members. No. 7 ON BANKING AND COMMERCE Baxter, Messieurs German, Benoit, Good, Bird, Grimmer, Black (Halifax), Guthrie, Black (Yukon), Hanson, Boivin, _ Harris, Bristol, Hatfield, Cahill, Healy, Caldwell, Hodgins, Carmichael, Hudson, Carruthers, Hughes, Casgrain, Irvine, Chaplin, Jacobs, Chevrier, Kellner, Clark, King (Huron), Clifford, Ladner, Coote, Laflamme, Crerar, Low, d'Anjou, McBride, Desaulniers, Macdonald (Pictou), Descoteaux, Mackinnon, Drayton (Sir Henry), Maclean (York), Duncan, Macphail (Miss), Elliott (Dundas), McCrea, Elliott (Waterloo), McKay, Fafard, McMaster, Fielding, McMurray, Forke, McQuarrie, Fortier, McTaggart, Garland (Bow River), Malcolm, Marler, Ryckman, Maybee, St. Pere, Mewburn, Sales, Millar, Senn, Milne, Shaw, Mitchell, Speakman, Morin, Spencer, Papineau, Stevens, Porter, Sinclair, D. J. (Oxford), Power, Sinclair (Queen's, P.E.I.), Rankin, Stork, Rh6aume, Tobin, Robb, Vien, Robichaud, Woods, and Robitaille, Woodsworth.-90. And that the quorum of the said Committee da consist of twenty-one members.



ON AGRICULTURE AND COLONIZATION Messieurs Anderson, Lapierre, Arthurs, Leader, Baldwin, Lovett, Benoit, Lovie, Boivin, Lucas, Boucher, MacKelvie, Bouchard, MacLean (Prince, P.E.I.), Bourassa, McBride, Bowen, McConica, Brethen, McCrea, Brown, McKay, Cahill, McKillop, Caldwell, McMaster, Campbell, McMurray, Cardin, Malcolm, Carruthers, Marcile (Bagot), Charters, Maybee, Chew, Millar, Clifford, Milne. Crerar, Morin, D6chene, Morrison, Delisle, Morrissy, Denis (Joliette), Motherwell, Denis (St. Denis), Munro, Desaulniers, Neill, Descoteaux, Ouimet, Desrochers, Preston, Doucet, Pritchard, Duncan, Rankin, Evans, Raymond, Fafard, Reed, Fontaine, Robinson, Forke, Roberge, Forrester, Ross (Simcoe), Fortier, Sales, Fournier, Savard, Garland (Carleton), Seguin, Gendron, Senn, Gervais, Sexsmith, Gould, Simpson, Halbert, Sinclair (Oxford), Hatfield, Sinclair (Queen's, P.E.I.; Hopkins, Spence, Hubbs, Stansell, Hunt, Stewart (Argenteuil), Jelliff, [DOT] * Stewart (Humboldt), Jones, Sutherland, Kay, Thompson, Kennedy (Glengarry and Tliui^ton, Stormont), Tobin, Knox, Tolmie, Laflamme, Warner, and Lanctot, White,-105. And that the quorum of the said Committee « consist of twelve members. Standing Committees


No. 9 ON MARINE AND FISHERIES

OFFICIAL REPORT OF DEBATES


Messieurs Messieurs Bancroft, Ladner, Campbell, MacLaren, Cardin, MacLean (Prince, P.E.I.), Chisholm, Mclsaac, Delisle, McQuarrie, Dickie, Martell, Doucet, Morrissy, Duff, Munro, Elliott (Dundas), Neill, Fournier, Pelletier, Gauvreau, Putnam, Grimmer, Robichaud, Hatfield, Ross (Simcoe), Hoey, Savard, Hubbs, Spencer, Hughes, Stansell, Kennedy (Port Arthur and Stevens, Kenora), Stewart (Humboldt), and Lapointe, Stork.-37. And that the quorum of the said Committee do consist of ten members. No. 10 ON MINES AND MINERALS Messieurs Arthurs, Knox, Black (Yukon), Lapierre, Bird, Logan, Boucher, Macdonald (Pictou), Cahill, Macphail (Miss), Carroll, McBride, Carruthers, Marcil (Bonaventure), Church, Marler, Davies, Meighen, DSchene, Munro, Denis (Joliette), Pelletier, Dickie, Prevost, Drummond, . Roberge, Forrester, Ross (Kingston), Garland (Bow River), Spence, Gendron, Stewart (Argenteuil), Hanson, Stork, and Hunt, Warner,-37. Kennedy (Edmonton), And that the quorum of the said Committee do consist of ten members. No. 11 ON FORESTS, WATERWAYS AND WATER- POWERS Messieurs Caldwell, Lanctot, Church, Logan, d'Anjou, McKillop, Desauiniers, McTaggart, Deslauriers, Malcolm, Duff, Manion, Finn, Michaud, Gervais, Millar, Graham, Munro, Grimmer, Murphy, Hoey, Power, Hunt, Rinfret, Kennedy (Port Arthur and Stewart (Argenteuil), Kenora), Stewart (Hamilton), Kennedy (Stormont and Tolmie, Glengarry), Wallace, and King (Kootenay East), White,-33. Ladner, And that the quorum of the said Committee do consist of ten members. Boivin, Ethier, Fansher, Gardiner, Garland (Bow River), Hocken, MacKelvie, And that the quorum consist of five members. McGiverin, Marcil (Bonaventure), Prevost, Rinfret, Robinson, and Ross (Kingston),-13. of the said Committee do


No. 13 ON THE LIBRARY


(Members to act on the part of the Commons) Mr. Speaker and Messieurs Beaubien, Boland, Carmichael, Deslauriers, Euler, Garland (Carleton), Gauvreau, Good, Gouin (Sir Lomer), Hopkins, King, Mackenzie (York), Lapointe, Lovett, Meighen, Pritchard, Robinson, Ross (Kingston), Sheard, Sinclair (Oxford), Steedsman, and Walsh,-21.


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William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Liberal

Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Prime Minister) moved:

That the report of the special committee appointed to prepare and report with all convenient speed the lists of members to compose the select standing committees of this House during the present session, presented this day, be concurred in.

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Motion agreed to.


LIB

William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Liberal

Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING moved:

That the select standing committees of this House shall severally be empowered to examine and inquire into all such matters and things as may be referred to them by the House, and to report from time to time their observations and opinions thereon, with power to send for persons, papers and records, with the exception of the committee on Debates and that on the Library of Parliament.

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Motion agreed to.


BRITISH PREFERENCE

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William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Liberal

Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Prime Minister):

I desire to lay on the

Table of the House a copy of the correspondence which took place during the proceedings of the Imperial Conference, between members of the government of Great Britain and myself on the subject of the British preference.

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CATTLE EMBARGO

March 19, 1924