March 30, 1927

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES


Fifth and sixth reports of the select standing committee on miscellaneous private bills. -Mr. Parent. Sixth report of the select standing committee on railways, canals and telegraph lines. -Mr. Young, (Saskatoon).


PRIVATE BILLS COMMITTEE

LIB

Georges Parent

Liberal

Mr. GEORGES PARENT (Quebec West) moved:

That the fifth report of the select standing committee on miscellaneous private bills be concurred in.

Topic:   PRIVATE BILLS COMMITTEE
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Motion agreed to.


PRIVATE BILLS-REFUNDING OF FEES

LIB

Georges Parent

Liberal

Mr. GEORGES PARENT (Quebec West) moved:

That in accordance with the recommendations contained in the fifth report of the select standing committee on miscellaneous private bills, the fees and charges paid on Bill No. 110 to incorporate the President of the Lethbridge Stake; and on Bill No. 145, to incorporate Thousand Islands International Bridge Corporation, be refunded, less the costs of printing and translation.

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Motion agreed to.


RAILWAY COMMITTEE

LIB

Alexander MacGillivray Young

Liberal

Mr. A. M. YOUNG (Saskatoon) moved:

That in accordance with the recommendations contained in their sixth report, the select standing committee on railways, canals and telegraph lines be permitted to sit while the House is sitting.

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CON

Robert James Manion

Conservative (1867-1942)

Hon. R. J. MANION (Fort William):

Is

it the intention of the committee to deal with other subjects than that of the Peace river bill?

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LIB

Motion agreed to.


LIB

Alexander MacGillivray Young

Liberal

Mr. YOUNG (Saskatoon) moved:

That the recommendations contained in the sixth report of the select standing committee on railways, canals and telegraph lines to print, for the use of that committee, an additional 100 copies in English of evidence taken, and of evidence which may yet be taken, by said committee respecting Peace river district proposed railway routes to the Pacific, be concurred in providing the type is standing.

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Motion agreed to.


BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE

PRECEDENCE FOR GOVERNMENT BUSINESS ON MONDAYS

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):

Mr. Speaker, with the

consent of the House I beg to move that on Monday the 4th of April, 1927, and subsequent Mondays until the end of the session government notices of motion and government orders shall have precedence over all other business excepting questions and notices of motion for the production of papers.

Topic:   BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE
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Motion agreed to.


SUSPENSION OF RULE 17c

March 30, 1927