RAILWAYS, CANALS AND TELEGRAPH LINES- CONCURRENCE IN FIRST REPORT
Mr. ERNEST BERTRAND (Laurier) presented the first report of the standing committee on railways, canals and telegraph lines, and moved that the report be concurred in.
Motion agreed to.
BANKING AND COMMERCE-CONCURRENCE IN SECOND REPORT
Mr. J. J. KINLEY (Queens-Lunenburg) presented the second report of the standing committee on banking and commerce, and moved that the report be concurred in.
GRANTS FOR INSULATING, ENLARGING, REFRIGERATING AND EQUIPMENT OF CHEESE FACTORIES
Hon. J. G. GARDINER (Minister of Agriculture) moved for leave to introduce Bill No. 89, to amend the Cheese and Cheese Factory Improvement Act.
FIRST READINGS-SENATE BILLS
Bill No. 76 for the relief of Peter Logush.- Mr. Factor.
Bill No. 77 for the relief of Goldie Wolfe Goldberg.-Mr. Factor.
Bill No. 78 for the relief of Ethel Witkov Myers.-Mr. Bercovitch.
Salaries Act Amendment
Bill No. 79 for the relief of Tilly Fishman Constantine.-Mr. Factor.
Bill No. SO for the relief of Rachel Ruth Levenstein Schwartz.-Mr. Bercovitch.
Bill No. 81 for the relief of Eleanor Mabel Campbell Townsend.-Mr. Abbott.
Bill No. 82 for the relief of Isabel Margaret Gill Bacon.-Mr. Mcllraith.
Bill No. 83 for the relief of Michele Fiorilli.-Mr. Factor.
Bill No. 81 for the relief of Gertie Schwartz Simak.-Mr. Bercovitch.
Bill No. 85 for the relief of Geneva Clementine Hurley Picard.-Mr. Macdonald (Brantford City).
Bill No. 86 for the relief of Rene Gaudry.- Mr. Hazen.
Bill No. 87 for the relief of Fanny Costom Copelovitch.-Mr. Hazen.
Bill No. 88 for the relief of William Gerald Dickie.-Mr. Bercovitch.