June 26, 1924

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

NATIONAL RAILWAYS AND SHIPPING


Mr. W. D. EULER (North Waterloo) presented the second report of the select standing committee on National Railways and Shipping recommending that it be granted leave to sit while the House is in session. On motion of Mr. Euler the report was concurred in.


CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION


Mr. JAMES MALCOLM (North Bruce) presented the second report of the special committee appointed to consider Bill No. 122, to provide for the superannuation of civil servants, as follows: Your committee having carefully considered the bill report the same with amendments.


RAILWAYS, CANALS AND TELEGRAPH LINES


Mr. FRANK S. CAHILL (Pontiac) presented the seventh report of the select standing committee on Railways, Canals and Telegraph lines as follows: Your committee having considered Bill No. 145 (E3 of the Senate), have agreed to report the same with an amendment. Your committee have also considered Bill No. 11 to amend the Railway Act, 1919, and have agreed to recommend that the bill be not proceeded with at the present time as in their opinion it is not in the public interest to do so. AGRICULTURE AND COLONIZATION Mr. W. F. KAY (Missisquoi): I move, that the first report of the select standing committee on Agriculture and Colonization be concurred in.



Questions


CON

Henry Lumley Drayton

Conservative (1867-1942)

Sir HENRY DRAYTON:

Before this report is concurred in we should be told what it recommends.

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LIB

William Frederic Kay

Liberal

Mr. KAY:

The report was presented on Friday last. It recommends the printing of certain evidence taken before the committee on the subject of wheat rust and potato diseases.

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Motion agreed to.


LIB

William Frederic Kay

Liberal

Mr. KAY:

I move that the second report of the select standing committee on Agriculture and Colonization be concurred in.

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CON

Henry Lumley Drayton

Conservative (1867-1942)

Sir HENRY DRAYTON:

Will my hon. friend kindly tell us what the nature of this report is?

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LIB

William Frederic Kay

Liberal

Mr. KAY:

The report recommends to the government that an appropriation of $50,000 be granted for scientific research into the subject of wheat rust.

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Motion agreed to.


SOVIET AND UKRAINIAN REPUBLIC

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 (Prime Minister):

I beg to lay on the Table a copy of the correspondence regarding the recognition of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

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HOME BANK DEPOSITORS

CON

David Spence

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. DAVID SPENCE (Parkdale):

I beg to present a petition from 175 depositors of the Home Bank in my riding praying to be indemnified for their losses.

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PRIVATE BILLS FIRST READINGS

June 26, 1924