Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Prime Minister):
Mr. Speaker, hon. members may have noticed that in the votes and proceedings of yesterday I gave notice of the following motion: -
That on Friday, the 19th instant, on Saturday, the 20th instant, and every sitting day and Saturday thereafter until the end of the session, the house shall meet at eleven o'clock in the morning, and that in addition to the usual intermission at six o'clock p.m., there shall be an intermission every day from one to three o'clock p.m., and the order of business and procedure shall be the same on Saturday as on Friday.
I handed this notice to the clerk last evening, having had a word with the chief whip who in the interval had seen the whips of the other parties. I understand that the motion expresses the general view of hon. members. Such being the case, I would ask for unanimous consent for the adoption of the motion so that the order of procedure for tomorrow and Saturday may immediately be known.
Subtopic: MORNING AND SATURDAY SITTINGS