May 5, 1930

LIB

John Frederick Johnston (Deputy Speaker and Chair of Committees of the Whole of the House of Commons)

Liberal

Mr. DEPUTY SPEAKER:

Stand.

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Subtopic:   TRENTON AIR PORT
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PRIVATE BILLS


The house again in committee on Bill No. 44, respecting a certain patent of Edgar D. Crump-Mr. Blatchford.-Mr. Johnston in the chair.


LIB

John Frederick Johnston (Deputy Speaker and Chair of Committees of the Whole of the House of Commons)

Liberal

The CHAIRMAN:

When this bill was last before the committee, section 1 was adopted. There is a new section 2 reading as follows:

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In the event of the commissioner making an order restoring and reviving the patent designated in the preamble, if between the date on which such patent expired for non-payment of fees and the twelfth day of October, 1929, any person has commenced lawfully to construct, manufacture, use or sell in Canada the invention covered by such patent, such person may continue to construct, manufacture, use or sell such invention in as full and ample a manner as if said patent had not been restored and revived.

Section 2 agreed to.

Bill reported, read the third time and passed.

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Subtopic:   PRIVATE BILLS
Sub-subtopic:   PATENT OF EDGAR D. CRUMP
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THE PREMIER LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY


The house in committee on Bill No. 46, to incorporate the Premier Life Insurance Company as amended and recommending that the title be changed to "An Act to incorporate Consolidated Life Insurance Company of Canada."-Mr. Mercier (Laurier-Outremont)-Mr. Johnston in the chair. On section 1-Short title.


LIB

John Frederick Johnston (Deputy Speaker and Chair of Committees of the Whole of the House of Commons)

Liberal

The CHAIRMAN:

This section has been

amended in committee by striking out the words "The Premier Life Insurance Company" in the fourteenth and fifteenth lines, and substituting therefor the words "Consolidated Life Insurance Company of Canada."

Section as amended agreed to.

Sections 2 to 8 inclusive agreed to.

Bill reported, read the third time and passed.

merchants' and employers' insurance

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COMPANY


The house in committee on Bill No. 52, to incorporate the Merchants' and Employers' Insurance Company, and recommending that the title be changed to " An Act to incorporate the Consolidated Fire and Casualty Insurance Company."-Mr. Mercier (Laurier-Outremont) -Mr. Johnston in the chair. On section 1-Short title.


LIB

John Frederick Johnston (Deputy Speaker and Chair of Committees of the Whole of the House of Commons)

Liberal

The CHAIRMAN:

This has been amended in committee by striking out the words " The Merchants' and Employers' Insurance Company " in the eighteenth and nineteenth lines, and substituting therefor the words "Consolidated Fire and Casualty Insurance Company."

Section as amended, agreed to.

Sections 2 to 8 inclusive agreed to.

Bill reported, read the third time and passed.

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Subtopic:   COMPANY
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ALBERT DAVIS BLAGRAVE


The house in committee on Bill No. 91, for the relief of Albert Davis Blagrave-Mr. Mac-Laren-Mr. Johnston in the chair. On section 1-Marriage dissolved.


LAB

James Shaver Woodsworth

Labour

Mr. WOODSWORTH:

It had been my

intention to take the same course with these bills as I did the other day and move an amendment which would give us the opportunity of discussing the bill, but a number of members on both sides of the house have assured me that there would be no disposition to block the taking of the vote on the divorce bill for Ontario when it comes up to-morrow.

I know that I cannot seek a formal assurance from the house to that effect, but I feel that that is the general disposition, and as no good purpose would be served by putting these bills over, I shall not move an amendment, but I would like each bill taken up separately so that if there is objection to any particular bill it can be stated.

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Section agreed to. Section 2 agreed to. Bill reported.


CONSIDERED IN COMMITTEE-THIRD READINGS


Bill No. 60, for the relief of Nora Kathleen Eayrs.-Mr. McPhee. Bill No. 64, for the relief of Percy Victor Hobbes.-Mr. Geary. Bill No. 66, for the relief of Constance Bertrand Murray.-Mr. Sanderson. Bill No. 69, for the relief of Herbert Vincent Crisp.-Mr. Garland (Carleton). Bill No. 70, for the relief of Elsie May Scott-Peer.-Mr. Garland (Carleton). Bill No. 71, for the relief of Archibald Charles Henry Morris.-Mr. Garland (Carleton). Bill No. 72, for the relief of Lillian Caroline Maud Wood.-Mr. Edwards (Waterloo South). Bill No. 74, for the relief of George Henry Symons.-Mr. Garland (Carleton). Bill No. 75, for the relief of Myrtle Mar-garette Hilton.-Mr. Garland (Carleton). Bill No. 80, for the relief of Mary Helen Burgess.-Mr. Garland (Carleton). Bill No. 81, for the relief of Cyril Douglas Gordon Stuart Ackerman.-Mr. Thorson. Bill No. 82, for the relief of Wilfred Gordon Ure.-Mr. Allan. Bill No. 83, for the relief of Herman Michael Coleman.-Mr. Taylor. Bill No. 84, for the relief of Gertrude Ann Elizabeth Griffiths.-Mr. McPhee. Bill No. 85, for the relief of William Francis Addison.-Mr. Black (Yukon). Bill No. 86, for the relief of Ella Daisy Griffith.-Mr. Bell (Hamilton). Bill No. 87, for the relief of Thomas Edmund Appleyard.-Mr. Anderson (Halton). Divorce Bills



Bill No. 88, for the relief of Alexander Robb Kennedy.-Mr. Hepburn. Bill No. 89, for the relief of Constance Mary Wright.-Mr. Sanderson. Bill No. 90, for the relief of Charlotte Gertrude Brown.-Mr. Smoke. Bill No. 92, for the relief of Maud Alice Whipps.-Mr. Kay. Bill No. 93, for the relief of May Mc- Farlane.-Mr. Geary. Bill No. 95, for the relief of Thomas Brown. -Mr. Geary. Bill No. 96, for the relief of Irene Adele Maria Gregory.-Mr. McGregor. Bill No. 99, for the relief of George Collier Draper.-Mr. Thorson. Bill No. 100, for the relief of Dorothy Keen Rupert.-Mr. Bell (St. Antoine). Bill No. 101, for the relief of Carrie Jane Vardon Coffin.-Mr. Bell (St. Antoine). Bill No. 102, for the relief of Effie Laberta Corrigan.-Mr. Garland (Carleton). Bill No. 103, for the relief of John Tremblay.-Mr. Thompson. Bill No. 104, for the relief of Cornelius Taylor Spencer.-Mr. Bell (St. Antoine). Bill No. 105, for the relief of Ada Emily Harris.-Mr. Bell (St. Antoine). Bill No. 106, for the relief of Charles Gordon Stanley.-Mr. Harris. Bill No. Ill, for the relief of Otto Vernon Riepert.-Mr. Bell (St. Antoine). Bill No. 112, for the relief of Mary Ritchie. -Mr. Cahan. Bill No. 115, for the relief of Amy Lucinda Jenkins.-Mr. Pettit. Bill No. 118, for the relief of Mabel Robb Blaiklock.-Mr. Black (Yukon).


LIB

John Frederick Johnston (Deputy Speaker and Chair of Committees of the Whole of the House of Commons)

Liberal

Mr. DEPUTY SPEAKER:

If it is satisfactory to the house, one motion for third reading will suffice for all these bills; they are in the same category.

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Some hon. MEMBERS:

Carried.

Mr. MacLAREN moved that bills No. 91 to No. 118 be now read a third time.

Motion agreed to on division and bills read the third time and passed.

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SECOND READINGS

May 5, 1930