January 30, 1951


Motion agreed to.


REPORTS AND PAPERS


Report of the joint librarians of parliament. -Mr. Speaker. Report of the chief electoral officer on byelections held during the year 1950.-Mr. Speaker.


BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE

LIB

Louis Stephen St-Laurent (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council)

Liberal

Mr. St. Laurent:

Mr. Speaker, I move that the house do now adjourn until three o'clock tomorrow afternoon.

In view of the fact that under the standing orders there is only one sitting of the house

Business of the House

on Wednesdays, and the further fact that, in accordance with the motion adopted a few minutes ago, the business tomorrow will be the consideration of His Excellency's speech to both houses of parliament, I suggest that after the motion for an address to His Excellency is made and seconded, we adjourn until Thursday, at which time, in accordance with tradition, the leader of the opposition (Mr. Drew) will be the first to be recognized; I might follow, and then the other leaders, in the order that has become traditional in this house.

Motion agreed to and the house adjourned at 4 p.m.

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January 30, 1951