June 14, 1935 (17th Parliament, 6th Session)

LIB

Julien-Édouard-Alfred Dubuc

Liberal

Mr. DUBUC (Translation):

I was paired with the hon. member for Chateauguay-Hunt-ingdon (Mr. Moore). Had I voted, I would have voted against the motion.
Mr. GUTHRIE moved the first reading of Bill No. 105, to amend the Dominion Elections Act, 1934.

(The list of pairs is furnished by the chief whips.)
Messrs:
Baker Bertrand
Anderson Mulock
(Toronto-High Park)
Anderson (Halton) Factor
Barber Totzke
Baribeau Beaubien
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Bell (Hamilton)
Bell (St. Antoine)
Beynon
Bourgeois
Boyes
Burns
Casselman
Charters
Cowan
Dorion
Duguay
Edwards
Fortin
Garland (Carleton)
Geary
Gordon
Gott
Hanson
(York-S anbury) Harris Johnston Jones
Kennedy (Winnipeg) Lafleche Larue Laurin Lawson MacDonald (Cape Breton) McMillan (Saskatoon) MacNicol MoDade McGibbon M anion Matthews
Moore (Chateauguay-Humtingdon) Murphy
Periey, Sir George
Pettit
Pickel
Rhodes
Ross
Rowe
Ryerson
Senn
Simpson (Algorna)
Smoke
Stevens
Stewart (Leeds)
Stinson
Tuimimon
White (London)
Spotton
Spence
Ganong
Wilson
Mercier (St. Henri)
Raymond
Euler
Desiauriers
Mills
Butcher
Howard
Blair
Illsley
Verville
Duimaine
Elliott
Fafard
Goulet
Mercier (Laurier-Ouitremont)
Fiset, Sir Eugene
Rutherford
Veniot
Jacobs
Donnelly
MacLean
McIntosh
Girouard
Thauvette
Fontaine
Gray
Urquhart
Mackenzie (Vancouver)
Rennie
Dupuis
Power
Chevrier
Moore (Ontario)
Dufouie
Stewart (Edmonton)
Marcil
Bouchard
Boucher
Ralston
Roberge
Lacroix
Taylor
Sanderson
Casgrain
Pouliot
Malcolm
McKinnon
Hall
St-Pere
Gershaw
MacMillan (Mackenzie) Fraser Michaud V alliance
(Mackenzie): I was
Mr. M a c MILL A N paired with the hon. member for North Huron (Mr. Spotton). Had I voted, I would have voted against the motion.

Topic:   DOMINION ELECTIONS ACT
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