February 2, 1933

QUESTIONS


(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk).


CONIFEROUS SEED EXTRACTION PLANTS

LIB

Mr. REID:

Liberal

1. How many coniferous seed extraction Diants are operated by the government?

2. Where are these located?

3. What were the various amounts of coniferous seed extracted last year?

4. To what countries is this seed exported?

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LIB

Mr. MURPHY:

Liberal

1. One.

2. In New Westminster, B.C.

Business oj the House

3. Pounds

Picea sitchensis (Sitka spruce).. 732 Pseudotsuga taxifolia (Douglas

fir) 30

Pinus contorta (Lodgepole pine). 140

Tsuga heterophylla (Western hemlock) 13

Thuja plicata (Western red

cedar) 37

Abies grandis (Lowland fir).... 20

Alnus Oregona (Oregon alder).. 25

Alnus sitchensis (Sitka alder)... f Chamaecyparis nootkatensis (Yellow cypress) i

Total 997J

4. British Forestry Commission, London, England; Forestry Branch of Government of Northern Ireland.

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IMMIGRATION OF AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS

LIB

Thomas Reid

Liberal

Mr. REID:

]. How many agricultural labourers were admitted to this country during the years of 1830-1931-1932: (a) from European countries; (b) from the British Isles, including also the Irish Free State?

2. How many immigrants exclusive of agricultural labourers were admitted to this country during the years 1930-1931-1932: (a)

from European countries; (b) from the British Isles, including also the Irish Free State; and in both eases not including boys or youths?

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CON

Mr. GORDON:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1.

From the British Isles (including Irish

Free State)

From European countries

2.

From the British Isles (including Irish

Free State)

From European countries

The above figures include all adult

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BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE

PRECEDENCE OF RESOLUTIONS ON ORDER PAPER


On the orders of the day:


LIB

Joseph Oscar Lefebre Boulanger

Liberal

Mr. O. L. BOULANGER (Bellechasse):

Mr. Speaker, I desire to raise a point of order. On Monday of this week I presented a resolution; it was not adopted because as soon as I had finished speaking the hon. member for Compton (Mr. Gobeil) caught the Speaker's eye and moved the adjournment of the debate. Yesterday a resolution was introduced by the hon. member for Winnipeg North Centre (Mr. Woodsworth). After the adjournment of the debate on it my resolution was placed in that section of the orders of the day entitled public bills and orders. I find today that the resolution introduced yesterday by the hon. member for Winnipeg North Centre has been placed ahead of mine in the orders of the day. I do not know much about the intricacies of printing the Orders of the Day, but it seems to me in good logic that as my resolution was presented first it should appear first in the section to which it belongs.

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UFA

Edward Joseph Garland

United Farmers of Alberta

Mr. GARLAND (Bow River):

On the same point of order, may I submit to Your Honour that I did not move the adjournment of the

Fiscal year

1929-1930 1930-1931 1931-1932 1932-1933

(6 mos.)

13,257 4.557 551 17428,057 12,118 50 6539,978 18,141 5,125 1,62031,948 18,962 2,877 1,453male farmers and farm labourers.

debate last night but that you called six o'clock while I was still continuing my speech. The adjournment was moved in the case of the resolution to which the hon. member refers, and it properly takes its place on the order paper. The continuation of yesterday's discussion is the natural order for today.

Mr. LaVERGNE: On this point of order,

according to standing order No. 17:

(1) All items standing on the orders of the day (except government orders) shall be taken up according to the precedence assigned to each on the order paper.

Therefore today, the adjournment of the debate having been moved on Monday, it seems to me the motion of the hon. member for Bellechasse (Mr. Boulanger), should appear today on the order paper before the resolution of the hon. member for Winnipeg North Centre (Mr. Woodsworth). This question has to be discussed in the house. I think the point of order taken by the hon. member for Bellechasse is correct, and his resolution should appear before that of the hon. member for Winnipeg North Centre.

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CON

Pierre Édouard Blondin (Speaker of the Senate)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. SPEAKER :

In my opinion the arrangement of the order of business as it appears on the order paper today is correct and

Cooperative Commonwealth-Mr. Garland

in accordance with standing order No. 27, if the hon. member will refer to that:

27. If at the hour of six o'clock p.m. on a Wednesday, ... a motion on the notice paper be under consideration, that question shall stand first on the order paper of the following day, next after orders to which a special precedence has been assigned by standing order or order of the house.

Consequently the resolution under discussion, to which the hon. member was speaking at six o'clock last night, takes precedence on the order paper today.

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PENITENTIARIES

REPORT OF INVESTIGATION BY SUPERINTENDENT INTO RECENT DISTURBANCES


On the orders of the day:


LIB

Samuel Factor

Liberal

Mr. SAMUEL FACTOR (Toronto West Centre):

May I ask the Minister of Justice

(Mr. Guthrie), if he intends tabling the report of the superintendent of penitentiaries in connection with the riots?

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CON

Hugh Guthrie (Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Hon. HUGH GUTHRIE (Minister of Justice) :

There is a report now in the hands of the printing bureau, which I expect to have in the course of a few days.

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UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF

February 2, 1933