April 4, 1924

OFFICIAL REPORT

THIRD SESSION-FOURTEENTH PARLIAMENT 14-15 GEORGE V, 1924 IN SIX VOLUMES

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VOLUME CLXI

COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM THE FOURTH DAY OF APRIL TO THE TWELFTH DAY OF MAY, 1924, INCLUSIVE OTTAWA F. A. ACLAND PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 1924


OANAD^ House of Commons



Hebates Friday, April 4, 1924


UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA

LIB

Herbert Meredith Marler

Liberal

Mr. HERBERT MARLER (St. Lawrence-St. George):

I beg to present the petition of the Presbyterian Church Association branch for the synod of Montreal and Ottawa protesting against the passing of an act for church union.

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SELECT STANDING COMMITEES

MINES, FORESTS AND WATERS-INDUSTRIAL AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS


Guthrie, Healy, Hoey, Johnston, Kennedy (Edmonton), Ladner, Lapointe, Macdonald, Malcolm, Marcil (Bonaventure), Marler, McDonald, McKillop, McTaggart, Morin, Murdock, Prevost, Rinfret, Stewart (Hamilton), Tolmie, and White.-33. And that the quorum of the said committee do consist of 10 members. Mr. MACKENZIE KING moved that the report be concurred in. Motion agreed to. Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Prime Minister) presented the report of the special committee appointed to prepare and report, with all convenient speed, lists of members to compose the select standing committees on mines, forests and waters, and on industrial and international relations, as constituted by the House on Thursday, March 27, as follows:



ON MINES, FORESTS AND WATERS Messieurs: Arthurs, Bird, Black (Yukon), Boucher, Carroll, Camithers, Church, d'Anjou, Davies, Dechene, Desaulniers, Dickie, Forrester, Garland (Bow River), Gendron, Hanson, Hunt, Kelly, Kennedy (Kenora), And that the quorum sist of 10 members. Knox, Lanctot, Lapierre, Logan, Macphail, Manion, McBride, Michaud, Munro, Pelletier, Power, Roberge, Ross (Kingston), Spence, Stewart (Argenteuil), Stork, Ward, and Warner.-37. the said committee do con-



ON INDUSTRIAL AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Messieurs: Black (Halifax), Cahill, Caldwell, Cannon, Carroll, Denis (Joliette), Deslauriers, Drummond, Finn, Gervais, Graham, Grimmer,


THE BUDGET


On the Orders of the Day:


CON

Henry Lumley Drayton

Conservative (1867-1942)

Sir HENRY DRAYTON (West York):

I wonder whether the Acting Minister of Finance (Mr. Robb) is able to tell us to-day when the budget will be delivered. Will it be next week or the week after?

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James Alexander Robb (Minister of Immigration and Colonization)

Liberal

Hon. J. A. ROBB (Acting Minister of Finance):

I hope to deliver it not later than the Tuesday immediately preceding the Easter adjournment, although I should like to bring it down a little earlier than that. However, I will let my hon. friend know on Monday.

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Henry Lumley Drayton

Conservative (1867-1942)

Sir HENRY DRAYTON:

There are so

many people interested in the budget disclosures that it is generally considered necessary to give from five days' to a week's notice. It is only fair that those who are interested should know fairly well in advance, and I would ask whether the budget is likely to be brought down next week.

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April 4, 1924