May 26, 1933

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Mr. RHEALTME@

Sit down.

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Isaac Duncan MacDougall

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. MACDOUGALL:

I wish to register

a last abjection as a Highland Scotchman. After all, we remember that in the days of our forefathers we fought to the last, and we will fight to the last until we drop the clay-

Redistribution Bill

more. There is no question that in the last ten years because of the actions of the Liberal party-

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Isaac Duncan MacDougall

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. MACDOUGALL:

Stand up. This

matter is important to the people of the province of Nova Scotia and I want an answer from those who represent Nova Sootia constituencies in this committee.

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Isaac Duncan MacDougall

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. MACDOUGALL:

Under the Liberal

regime of 1924 a seat was stolen from the province of Nova Scotia. I want to ask-*

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Ernest Lapointe

Liberal

Mr. LAPOINTE:

Mr. Chairman, it is

eleven o'clock.

Schedule as amended agreed to on division. Progress reported.

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CRIMINAL CODE AMENDMENT

FREE CONFERENCE WITH THE SENATE IN VIEW OF AMENDMENTS


Hon. MAURICE DUPRE (Solicitor Generali: Mr. Speaker, before the house rises I would like with its consent to deal again with the criminal code amendment. It appears that the Senate does not feel like amending its own amendments and we do not feel like amending ours, so it will be preferable to have the resolution passed by the house this afternoon rescinded and to move another resolution asking for a free conference between the House of Commons and the Senate. Therefore I beg to move: Thar the resolution passed by the house Jhis day, disagreeing with the amendments made by the Senate to subsection 3, section 3 of Bill No. 71. an act to amend the criminal code, be rescinded. Motion agreed to.


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Maurice Dupré (Solicitor General of Canada)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. DUPRE moved:

That a message be sent to the Senate respectfully requesting a free conference with their honours to consider a certain amendment made By the Senate to Bill No. 71, an act to amend the criminal code, to which amendments this house has not agreed and upon which the Senate insist, and any amendment which at such conference it may be considered desirable to make to said bill or amendments thereto.

That the clerk do carry the said message to the Senate.

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Motion agreed to. At eleven o'clock the house adjourned, without question put, pursuant to standing order. Saturday, May 27, 1933


May 26, 1933