February 8, 1905 (10th Parliament, 1st Session)


Mr. E. A.@

LANCASTER (Lincoln and Niagara) moved for leave to introduce a Bill (No. 44) respecting certificates to masters and mates of ships. He said : Perhaps I should inform the House that this Bill is intended to take the place of the Bill (No. 3) which I introduced in the earlier part of the session, which now stands for a second reading. As there are objections to one clause of that Bill, I propose this as a substitute ; it is practically the same Bill with the objectionable clause removed. When the order for the second reading of Bill (No. 3) is reached I shall allow that order to drop.

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