May 13, 1924

OFFICIAL REPORT

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


Volume Volume Volume I: Pages 1-1020 III: Pages 2013-3040 V: Pages 4037-4877


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Volume II:

Pages 1021-2012 Volume IV: Pages 3041-4035 Volume VI: Index

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VOLUME CLXII

COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM THE THIRTEENTH DAY OF MAY TO THE TENTH DAY OF JUNE, 1924, INCLUSIVE OTTAWA F. A. ACL AND PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 1924


CA-IST^DA. Mouse of Commons Debates



Tuesday, May 13, 1924



Report of the Grain Commissioners for Canada for the crop year ending August 31, 1923.-Hon. Mr. Low.


BANKING AND COMMERCE COMMITTEE


Mr. THOMAS VIEN (Lotbiniere) presented the fourth report of the select standing committee on Banking and Commerce, as follows: Your committee recommend that they be authorized to have their proceedings and such evidence as may be taken printed from day to day for the use of members of the committee and of the House, and that rule 74 in relation thereto be suspended. Mr. VIEN moved that the report be concurred in. Motion agreed to.


UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA


Petitions' were presented from certain members of the following congregations severally praying that the proposed legislation incorporating the United Church of Canada, be not enacted: Falworth Street Presbyterian Church; St. James Presbyterian Church; St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, all of Sydney; St. Matthew's Presbyterian Church, of North Sydney; St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church of Sydney Mines; Calvin Presbyterian Church, of Louisburg; Union Presbyterian Church of Mira and Cat.alone, all of the province of Nova Scotia,-Mr. Carroll. Petitions were presented from certain members of the following congregations and bodies *praying that the bill now before the House to incorporate the United Church of Canada be passed during the present session. Methodist Church, Brantford, Ont.; North Broadview Presbyterian Church, Toronto; [DOT] Methodist Church at Gregg, Man.; William Mills and 124 others, Woodslee and Ruscumb, Ontario; Maryland Methodist Church, Winnipeg, Man.; Union Church, Joggins, N.S.; First Methodist Church, St. Thomas, Ont.; Presbyterian Church Bosanquet; Central Methodist Church, St. Thomas, Ont.; Presbyterian Church, Kenton, Manitoba; Methodist Church, York , P.E.I.; PresbyterianChurch, Bradwardine, Manitoba: Presbyterian Church, Lacombe, Alberta; Methodist Church, Strathroy, Ontario; Knox PresbyterianChurch, Wetaskiwin, Alberta; Methodist Church, North Gower, Ont.; Union Church, Bod Accord, Alberta; Methodist Church, Mount Bridges; Presbyterian Church, Valley-field, P.E.I.; Presbyterian Church, Bear Stream and Kamsack, Sask.; Methodist Church, Plunkett, Sask.,-Mr. Stansell.


PRIVATE BILLS

FIRST READINGS


Bill No. 105 (from the Senate), respecting a patent of Thomas Williams Pritchard.-Mr. Boys. Bill No. 106 (from the Senate), respecting The General Animals Insurance Company of Canada.-Mr. Ryckman. Bill No. 107 (from the Senate), for the relief of Amy Selain Slater Therrien.-Mr. Jacobs. Bill No. 108 (from the Senate), for the relief of Harold Adrian Proctor.-Mr. Garland (Carleton). Bill No. 109 (from the Senate), for the relief of Harry Charles Arthur.-Mr. Martell. Bill No. 110 (from the Senate), for the relief of Tony Bazar.-Mr. LeSueur. Bill No. Ill (from the Senate), for the relief of Gordon Johnston Hutton.-Mr. Stewart (Hamilton). Bill No. 112 (from the Senate), for the relief of Douglas Carlyle Bell.-Mr. Ross (Kingston) . Bill No. 113 (from the Senate), for the relief of Elma Catheryne Caulfield.-Mr. Ross (Kingston). Bill No. 114 (from the Senate), for the relief of Alice Bertha Boyce Baker.-Mr. Spence. Bill No. 115 (from the Senate), for the relief of John Lee Williamson.-Mr. Church.


BUDGET CHANGES


On the Orders of the Day:


CON

Henry Lumley Drayton

Conservative (1867-1942)

Sir HENRY DRAYTON (West York):

Might I ask the Acting Minister of Finance (Mr. Robb) whether he has not omitted

The Budget-Mr. Preston

something to-da.y; whether there are no more budget changes to be laid on the table?

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James Alexander Robb (Minister of Immigration and Colonization)

Liberal

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

Nothing more to-day, Mr. Speaker.

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May 13, 1924