May 17, 1904 (9th Parliament, 4th Session)


Thomas Simpson Sproule

Conservative (1867-1942)


I can find no other clause. The question was raised last night by the Minister of Justice, who claimed that this clause provided how the division of earnings shall be made between the eastern and western division.
-the earnings from through traffic shall he apportioned between the eastern and western divisions, according to the usual practice of connecting lines of railway operated by two separate companies,

The hon. member for Hamilton (Mr. Barker) has given the usual practice over and over again, that is to divide the profits privately between them according to their own desire and arrangement, with which, I take it, the government will have no concern.

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