June 11, 1925

OFFICIAL REPORT

FOURTH SESSION-FOURTEENTH PARLIAMENT 15-16 GEORGE V, 1925 VOLUME V, 1925 COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM THE ELEVENTH DAY OF JUNE TO THE TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY OF JUNE, 1925, INCLUSIVE BEING VOLUME CLXIX FOR THE PERIOD 1875-1925 INDEX ISSUED IN A SEPARATE VOLUME


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O^IST^lDA. iitrase of Commons Debates



Thursday, June 11, 1925


RAILWAYS AND SHIPPING

LIB

William Daum Euler

Liberal

Mr. W. D. EULER (North Waterloo):

I beg to present the third and final report of the select standing committee on Railways and Shipping, and as it is necessary that a motion be made for the printing of it, I would suggest that the reading of the report be dispensed with at this time. I move, seconded by the hon. member for St. James (Mr. Rinfret), that the House concur in the recommendation contained in the last paragraph of the said report respecting the printing, as an appendix to the Journals of the House, of the proceedings of and evidence taken by the said committee.

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Motion agreed to.


PRIVILEGES AND ELECTIONS

LIB

Joseph Archambault

Liberal

Mr. JOSEPH ARCHAMBAULT (Chambly and Vercheres):

I move, seconded by the

hon. member for L'lslet (Mr. Fafard), that the select standing committee on Privileges and Elections be given leave to sit while the House is sitting.

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Motion agreed to.


ALLEGED POTATO COMBINE

LIB

James Murdock (Minister of Labour)

Liberal

Hon. JAMES MURDOCK (Minister of Labour):

I beg to lay on the table of the

House the interim report by the registrar appointed under the Combines Investigation Act, 1923, of his investigation into an alleged combine operating to limit competition in connection with the marketing of the New Brunswick potato crop.

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PRIVATE BILLS FIRST READINGS


Bill No. 184, from the Senate, respecting The Calgary and Fernie Railway Company.- Mr. Hudson. Bill No. 185, from the Senate, for the relief of George William Quibell.-Mr. Stewart (Hamilton).


QUESTIONS


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)


CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS-NEEBING YARD

CON

Hon. Mr. MANION:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. How much was spent by the Canadian National Railways on the railway yards, round house, buildings and other works in the township of Neebing, just west of Fort William?

2. When were these works completed?

3. How long have they been made use of?

i. Is it true that they are being closed up at the present time?

5. If so. what are the reasons?

6. If closed now, when will they put back into operation?

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June 11, 1925