Mr. MACKENZIE KING moved the adjournment of the House. He said: I suggest that we resume to-day at half past twelve. It will be simply a formal meeting of the House and we propose to have prorogation at three o'clock in the afternoon.
(Leader of the Official Opposition)
I want to get an answer whether there will or not, because if there is not to be any business, hon. members who have sat here until twenty-five minutes to seven will not likely come down for the mere
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formality. I think we ought to know. 1 quite agree it is necessary that the Pensions bill, which is before the Senate, should come before the House, that is to say, if any business arises out of the Senate's action. But I think the government should say whether there is to be anything else.
I understand private bills do not appear in the regular order for to-day, so I presume it would not be possible to take up private bills. I do not know of any other legislation, so that the meeting will be purely formal, just to receive any report that may come from the Senate.
Motion agreed to and the House adjourned at 6.35 a.m. (Saturday).