June 25, 1925


Right Hon. GEORGE P. GRAHAM (Minister of Railways): Mr. Speaker, before the House rises allow me to read a report of the conference between the managers appointed by the Senate and by this House respectively in reference to the differences on the Home Bank legislation: Your managers beg to report that they duly held the conference with the managers apointed by the Senate with respect to the amendments made by the Senate to Bill 182, an act for the relief of the depositors of the Home Bank of Canada, and that the managers for the Senate have agreed to recommend that the Senate do not insist upon their seventh amendment, namely, the preamble, to which the Commons have disagreed, and That their fifth amendment be amended by inserting after the words "special need'', in the fifth line of paragraph 1 of clause A of the said amendment, the words "or in straitened circumstances". On motion of Mr. Graham, the House adjourned at 2.25 a.m. (Friday). Friday, June 26, 1925.


June 25, 1925