April 9, 1957

CCF

Thomas Speakman Barnett

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (C.C.F.)

Mr. Barnett:

I have already named him several times in discussion and I thought I would avoid putting his name on the record of this house again.

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CCF

Stanley Howard Knowles (Whip of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation)

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (C.C.F.)

Mr. Knowles:

Only one-tenth of 1 per cent of the shares are traded on the stock exchange.

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CCF

Thomas Speakman Barnett

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (C.C.F.)

Mr. Barnett:

The point I was endeavouring to make in reply to the argument put forward to the effect that if the stock split does not take place the few shares that are available for trading are going to gravitate into the hands of a few wealthy individuals does not necessarily follow at all. The only advantage of this stock split to anyone who is not wealthy is that it may give him a somewhat greater opportunity to gamble on the stock market if the shares are selling at what would be the split price.

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CCF

Stanley Howard Knowles (Whip of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation)

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (C.C.F.)

Mr. Knowles:

Mr. Chairman, on a question of privilege I wonder if the committee would like to give consideration to the suggestion I made earlier that we might consider putting through the divorce bills that are on the order paper which have been reported back from the committee. We would be willing to do this if it is agreeable to the committee.

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Subtopic:   TRANS MOUNTAIN OIL PIPE LINE COMPANY
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An hon. Member:

Who is the leader of this house?

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LIB

Edward Turney Applewhaite (Deputy Chair of Committees of the Whole)

Liberal

The Deputy Chairman:

Is it agreed that I rise, report progress and ask leave to sit again?

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Some hon. Members:

No.

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LIB

Edward Turney Applewhaite (Deputy Chair of Committees of the Whole)

Liberal

The Deputy Chairman:

It being six o'clock, shall I report progress and ask leave to sit again?

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Some hon. Members:

Agreed.

Progress reported.

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LIB

Edward Turney Applewhaite (Deputy Chair of Committees of the Whole)

Liberal

The Deputy Chairman:

It is my understanding that by leave the next order of business shall be read.

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LIB

William James Henderson

Liberal

Mr. Henderson:

Mr. Chairman, there are 29 divorce bills which have been reported to us by the miscellaneous private bills committee and I understand there is no objection to them. I wonder if they could be considered without in any way interfering with the debate that is presently proceeding.

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LIB

Edward Turney Applewhaite (Deputy Chair of Committees of the Whole)

Liberal

The Deputy Chairman:

Is it agreed that I shall leave the chair under standing order 54(1) for the house to go into committee of the whole to consider the divorce bills now on the order paper?

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Some hon. Members:

Agreed.

Private Bills

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CONSIDERED IN COMMITTEE

THIRD READINGS

LIB

Edward Turney Applewhaite (Deputy Chair of Committees of the Whole)

Liberal

The Deputy Chairman:

Is it agreed that the divorce bills orders Nos. 37 to 65 both inclusive be committed as one bill?

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Some hon. Members:

Agreed.

Bill No. 333, for the relief of Pauline Ver-doni Di Fruscia.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 334, for the relief of Lawrence Robson Moore.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 335, for the relief of Jadwiga Uzar Ziomko, otherwise known as Hedwig Uzar Ziomko.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 336, for the relief of Eleonor Butkieviciute Springeliene Springelis.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 337, for the relief of Harry Edward Beard.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 338, for the relief of Shirley Ann Doris Hobbs Cleary.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 339, for the relief of Charles Richard Allen.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 340, for the relief of Eveline Dora Giroux Gunhouse.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 341, for the relief of Mary Weiner Brown.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 342, for the relief of Simone Habel Tanguay.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 383, for the relief of Wilfrid Lanouette.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 384, for the relief of Fanny Faye Fox Cohen.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 385, for the relief of Ronald Pike. -Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 386, for the relief of Micheline Bourdon Russell.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 387, for the relief of Rose Marie Bremner Middleton.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 388, for the relief of Donalda Ruth MacCrimmon Belak.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 389, for the relief of Joseph Laureat Pierre Valois.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 390, for the relief of Mary Patricia Happy Sullivan.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 391, for the relief of Frances Ellison Schnebley Pattee.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 392, for the relief of Sylvia Rapp Snider.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 393, for the relief of Barbara Fay Howard Goulet.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 394, for the relief of Bernice Clyke Brown.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 395, for the relief of Harry Payne Ward.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 396, for the relief of Roman Krastins.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 397, for the relief of Sam Essner. -Mr. Henderson.

Agricultural Products-Support Prices

Bill No. 398, tor the relief of Georges Henri Durocher.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 399, for the relief of Pauline Jarowyj Krymlak.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 401, for the relief of Florence Rhoda Cohen Denbow.-Mr. Henderson.

Bill No. 361, for the relief of Jacques Petel. -Mr. Henderson.

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Subtopic:   THIRD READINGS
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BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE

LIB

Edward Turney Applewhaite (Deputy Chair of Committees of the Whole)

Liberal

The Deputy Chairman:

At eight o'clock the house will resume the business which was interrupted at five o'clock.

It being six o'clock I do leave the chair.

At six o'clock the house took recess.

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AFTER RECESS The house resumed at eight o'clock.


April 9, 1957