April 21, 1932

PRIVATE BILLS

FIRST AND SECOND RELADINGS-SENATE BILLS


Bill No. 47, for the relief of Eva Corker Trill.-Mr. Bell (St. Antoine). Bill No. 48, for the relief of George Senkler Morgan.-Mr. Bell (St. Antoine). Bill No. 49, for the relief of Agnes May Jack Evans.-Mr. Bell (St. Antoine). Bill No. 50, for the relief of Mabel Constance Small Cossar.-Mr. Bell (St. Antoine). Bill No. 51, for the relief of Olive Pearl Beattie Watkins.-Mr. Bell (St. Antoine). Bill No. 52, for the relief of Assad Kalil Eddy, known as Joseph Candle.-Mr. Bell (St. Antoine).


CON

Thomas Hubert Stinson

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. STINSON moved:

That pursuant to special order made 19th April, instant, the said bills be now read a first and a second time and referred to the select standing committee on miscellaneous private bills (together with the evidence, etc., taken before the standing committee of the Senate on divorce on the petitions on which the said bills were founded).

Topic:   PRIVATE BILLS
Subtopic:   FIRST AND SECOND RELADINGS-SENATE BILLS
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Motion agreed to.


BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE

CON

Richard Bedford Bennett (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Right Hon. R. B. BENNETT (Prime Minister):

Mr. Speaker, I understand it is acceptable to the opposition that we should proceed with the debate upon the ways and means motion until six o'clock to-night and then take up supply. If so, I will move formally, seconded by Mr. Rhodes:

That the order of business for this day until six o'clock be the same as on Wednesdays, and after eight o'clock as provided by the rules for Thursday.

Is that acceptable?

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LIB

Ernest Lapointe

Liberal

Hon. ERNEST LAPOINTE (Quebec East):

I have no objection. I should like my right hon. friend to indicate what departments will be taken up, some members having asked me as to this.

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CON

Richard Bedford Bennett (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. BENNETT:

We are in a position to finish Fisheries, I think the Secretary of State is ready to proceed with his estimates, and we will proceed with any other departments that the right hon. gentleman may desire. At eleven o'clock we will name definitely the supply to be taken up to-morrow.

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Motion agreed to.


FRONTIER COLLEGE ACT


Hon. C. H. CAHAN (Secretary of State) moved for leave to introduce Bill No. 53, to amend the Act of Incorporation of The Frontier College. Motion agreed to and bill read the first time.


QUESTIONS


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)


DOLBEAU, QUE., METEOROLOGICAL STATION

LIB

Mr. RHEAUME:

Liberal

1. What amount was expended on the meteorological station at Dolbeau, residence of Mr. Elisee Morin, from January 1, 1930, to April 1, 1932?

_ 2. What was the cost of the installation of instruments in the residence of Mr. Elisee Morin, at Dolbeau?

3. What was the cost of the tower erected at the said residence, and when was it finished?

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Subtopic:   DOLBEAU, QUE., METEOROLOGICAL STATION
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CON

Mr. DURANLEAU: (Minister of Fisheries; Minister of Marine)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. $1,734.66 (including 2 and 3).

2. $438.56.

3. $86; October 3, 1931.

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Subtopic:   DOLBEAU, QUE., METEOROLOGICAL STATION
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CONFEDERATION BUILDING EMPLOYEES

LIB

Mr. ILSLEY:

Liberal

1. How many persons work in the new Confederation building?

2. What is the number in each department?

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Subtopic:   CONFEDERATION BUILDING EMPLOYEES
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CON

Mr. CAHAN: (Secretary of State of Canada)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. and 2.

Agriculture 323

Auditor General 191

Justice

Labour 148

Public Works

Total

*Of whom 80 are part time charmen and charwomen working 2J hours per day.

221S

Manitoba Savings Office

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Subtopic:   CONFEDERATION BUILDING EMPLOYEES
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April 21, 1932