April 30, 1924

MARINE AND FISHERIES COMMITTEE


Mr. WILLIAM DUFF (Lunenburg) presented the first report of the select standing committee on Marine and Fisheries.


UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA

LIB

Edgar-Rodolphe-Eugène Chevrier

Liberal

Mr. E. R. E. CHEVRIER (Ottawa):

I desire to present the following petitions: petition signed by Wm. J. Kerr, elder of the

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United Church of Canada-Petitions

North Georgetown Presbyterian church in the province of Quebec and 237 others, the petition of James Cullen, Mayor of Riverfield and Howick, in the province of Quebec, and 177 others, and the petition of the Presbyterian Church Association of Ottawa, representing 1,900 members and adherents, protesting against the passing of Bill No. 47, to incorporate the United Church of Canada.

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Walter George Mitchell

Liberal

Mr. W. G. MITCHELL (St. Antoine):

I desire to present the petition of members of Erskine Presbyterian church, Montreal, protesting against the Church Union bill; also the petition of members and adherents of St. Giles Presbyterian church, Outremont, Quebec, protesting against the Church Union bill.

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William Frederic Kay

Liberal

Mr. W. F. KAY (Missisquoi):

I desire to present a petition signed by certain officials, members and adherents of the Methodist church at Farnham, praying for the incorporation of the United Church of Canada.

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Gordon Crooks Wilson

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. G. C. WILSON (Wentworth):

I desire to present a petition signed by Bessie M. Telfer and 556 others of the Presbyterian church at Paris, Ontario, protesting against the Church LTnion bill.

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George Arthur Brethen

Progressive

Mr. G. A. BRETHEN (East Peterborough):

I beg to present the following petitions: petition signed by James Dutton and others of St. Paul's Presbyterian church, Peterborough, Ont., protesting against the passing of the proposed Church Union legislation; also a petition signed by certain officials, members and adherents of the Methodist church at Havelock, also petition signed by certain members and adherents of the Presbyterian and Methodist churches of Peterborough praying for the incorporation of the United Church of Canada.

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Joseph-Éloi Fontaine

Liberal

Mr. J. E. FONTAINE (Hull):

I beg to present resolution passed unanimously by the quarterly official board of the Chelsea circuit in favour of the Church Union bill.

Mr. HUGH C. McKILLOP (West Elgin) :

I beg to present petition signed by George Geddes and other members and adherents of Knox Presbyterian church, St. Thomas, Ontario, protesting against the passing of the proposed Church Union legislation.

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Paul Mercier

Liberal

Mr. PAUL MERCIER (Westmount-St. Henri):

I beg to present petition signed by certain members and adherents of the Kensington Presbyterian church, protesting against the Church Union bill.

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Clément Robitaille

Liberal

Mr. CLEMENT ROBITAILLE (Maison-neuve):

I beg to present petition signed by certain members and adherents of the Pointe

aux Trembles College of the Presbyterian Church in Canada protesting against the Church Union bill.

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Romuald Montézuma Gendron

Liberal

Mr. R. M. GENDRON (Wright):

I beg to present petition signed by certain officials of the Methodist churches in the townships of Wakefield, Masham and Hull in the county of Wright in favour of the Church Union legislation.

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John Franklin White

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. J. F. WHITE (London):

I beg to present petition signed by J. Kingsborough and 28 others of the session, managing board and members of St. George's Presbyterian church, London, protesting against the Church Union bill.

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James Malcolm

Liberal

Mr. JAMES MALCOLM (North Bruce):

I beg to present the following petitions protesting against the Church Union bill: Petition

signed by certain members and adherents of St. Paul's Presbyterian church, Wiarton; petition signed by certain members and adherents of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, Southampton; petition signed by certain members and adherents of Ashfield Presbyterian church, Lucknow, and petition signed by certain members and adherents of Knox Presbyterian church, Kincardine.

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Charles A. Stewart (Minister of Mines; Minister of the Interior; Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs)

Liberal

Hon. CHARLES STEWART (Minister of the Interior):

I beg to present a petition

from members of the united congregations at Vars, Navan and North Russell of the Presbyterian and Methodist churches praying for the incorporation of the United Church of Canada during the present session of parliament.

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Leland Payson Bancroft

Progressive

Mr. L. P. BANCROFT (Selkirk):

I beg to present a resolution from the congregation of Balmoral church praying for the incorporation of the United Church of Canada.

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Arthur Bliss Copp (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Hon. A. B. COPP (Secretary of State):

I

beg to present a petition from members of the congregation of the Methodist church at Malden asking for the incorporation of the United Church of Canada.

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John Jabez Thurston

Independent

Mr. J. J. THURSTON (Victoria):

I beg to present a petition signed by a number of members and adherents of the congregation of St. Andrews Presbyterian church, Eldon Station, Ontario, protesting against the Church Union bill.

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William Elliott

Progressive

Mr. WILLIAM ELLIOTT (Waterloo):

I

beg to submit a petition signed by Thomas Bal-lantine and others of the congregation of Knox Presbyterian church of Preston, Ontario, and a petition from J. K. Fraser and others of Knox Presbyterian church, Galt, Ontario, both protesting against the Church Union bill.

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