May 13, 1901 (9th Parliament, 1st Session)

LIB

Byron Moffatt Britton

Liberal

Mr. BRITTON (reading) :

No committee on any private Bill originating in this House, of which notice is required to be given, is to consider the same until after one week'3 notice of the sitting of such committee has been first affixed in the lobby; nor, in the case of any such Bill originating in the Senate, until after twenty-four hours' like notice.
On the day of the posting of any Bill under this rule, the Clerk of the House shall cause a notice of such posting to be appended to the printed Votes and Proceedings of the day.
.Mr. RICHARDSON (Lisgar). I object to that.

Topic:   THE COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE.
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