April 28, 1924

UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA

CON

Charles Sheard

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. CHARLES SHEARD (South Toronto):

I desire to present a petition from adherents of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, Toronto opposing the United Church of Canada Bill.

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John Wilfred Kennedy

Progressive

Mr. J. W. KENNEDY (Glengarry and Stormont) :

I desire to present two petitions, one from the officers of St. John's Presbyterian church, Cornwall, and the other from Max-ville Presbyterian church, protesting against the enactment of the bill to incorporate the United Church of Canada.

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Henry Lumley Drayton

Conservative (1867-1942)

Sir HENRY DRAYTON (West York):

I beg to lay on the Table two petitions, one signed by members of the Woodbridge Presbyterian church, and the other by members of the Presbyterian church, Mimico, protesting against the enactment of the bill to incorporate the United Church of Canada.

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Albert Blellock Hudson

Liberal

Mr. A. B. HUDSON (South Winnipeg):

I desire to present petitions from certain members of St. John's church, St. Stephen's church, Westminster church and Knox church, Winnipeg; St. James Presbyterian church, St. James, Manitoba; and Norwood Presbyterian church in opposition to the bill to incorporate the United Church of Canada.

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Aylmer Byron Hunt

Liberal

Mr. A. B. HUNT (Compton):

I desire to present petitions from certain ministers, elders, members and adherents of the Presbyterian church of Milan and Hampden, Quebec, in opposition to the bill to incorporate the United Church of Canada; also a petition from members of St. Paul's Presbyterian church, Ormstown, to the same effect.

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Oliver Robert Gould

Progressive

Mr. O. R. GOULD (Assiniboia):

I desire to present a petition from the Union congregation at Manor, in favour of the enactment of the bill to incorporate the United Church of Canada.

United Church oj Canada-Petitions

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Romuald Montézuma Gendron

Liberal

Mr. R. M. GENDRON (Wright):

I desire to present a petition from the Methodist church at Aylmer, Quebec, in favour of the bill for the incorporation of the United Church of Canada.

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Robert John Woods

Progressive

Mr. R. J. WOODS (Dufferin):

I desire to present a petition from certain members of Knox Presbyterian church, Shelburne, Ontario, protesting against the passing of the proposed Church Union legislation and asking that the rights of those opposed to the provisions of the bill be fully safeguarded; also a petition from the Methodist congregation at Shelburne, Ontario, signed by 106, for the enactment of the bill to incorporate the United Church of Canada.

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John Franklin White

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. J. F. WHITE (London):

I desire to

present a petition from representatives of the Session and Board of Managers, and Board of Trustees, of New St. James Presbyterian church, London, Ontario, against the passing of the bill to incorporate the United Church of Canada, and for the safeguarding of the rights of those opposed to the provisions of the bill.

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William Elliott

Progressive

Mr. WILLIAM ELLIOTT (South Waterloo) :

I desire to present a resolution from

certain Presbyterian women of Galt expressing disapproval of the bill to incorporate the United Church of Canada as being coercive and unfair to those who desire to continue in the church of their choice, and petitioning against the bill as presented to parliament; also the petition of James Marshall and 217 others, members and adherents, St. Andrew's church, Newmarket, against the passing of the bill to incorporate the United Church, and asking for the safeguarding of t'he rights of those opposed to its provisions.

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Preston Elliott

Progressive

Mr. PRESTON ELLIOTT (Dundas):

I

desire to present a petition from members and adherents of Knox church, Morrisburg, protesting against the form of the Church Union bill; also from members and adherents of Morwood Presbyterian church, against the bill to incorporate the United Church of Canada without such safeguards as will conserve the interests of those who wish to continue in the Presbyterian church, also petition from members and adherents of Chesterville Presbyterian churtfh and Dunbar Presbyterian church to the same effect.

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James Murdock (Minister of Labour)

Liberal

Hon. JAMES MURDOCK:

I desire to

present the petition of Albert E. Jones, chairman, and E. F. Armstrong, secretary, on behalf of thirty-four churches, twenty-one ministers and 5,100 members of the Chatham district, of the Methodist church, praying for

the incorporation of the United Church of Canada, and a recognition of the right of self-determination vested in the respective church governments that seek to be united.

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Samuel Charters

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. S. CHARTERS (Peel):

I beg to present a petition from members and adherents of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, Port Credit, against the passing of the proposed Church Union legislation and asking that the rights of those opposed to the bill be fully safeguarded; also a petition from members and adherents of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, Streetsville, to the same effect.

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Arthur Edward Ross

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. A. E. ROSS (Kingston):

I beg to

present a petition signed by members of the Sydenham Methodist church, Kingston, for the enactment of the bill to incorporate the United Church of Canada.

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William Alves Boys (Whip of the Conservative Party (1867-1942))

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. W. A. BOYS (South Simcoe):

I beg

to present a petition from members of St. Paul's Presbyterian church, Victoria Harbour; also a petition from members of the Presbyterian church, Coldwater; also a petition from members of the Presbyterian church, Orillia, against the passing of the bill to incorporate the United Church and asking for the safeguarding of those opposed to the provisions of the bill.

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PRO

Leland Payson Bancroft

Progressive

Mr. L. P. BANCROFT (Selkirk):

I desire to present a petition from members of Knox Presbyterian church, Selkirk, in opposition to the Church Union bill; also a petition from members of the congregation of Old Kildonan Presbyterian church, Kildonan, for the rejection of the Church Union bill.

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Robert Forke

Progressive

Mr. ROBERT FORKE (Brandon):

I

desire to present a petition from members of the congregation of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, Brandon, against the passing of the Church Union bill.

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HOME BANK INVESTIGATION

CON

William Alves Boys (Whip of the Conservative Party (1867-1942))

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. W. A. BOYS (South Simcoe):

I desire to present a petition from 163 depositors of the Home Bank in the town of Alliston, asking for indemnification for their losses.

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April 28, 1924