April 27, 1911 (11th Parliament, 3rd Session)

LIB

Gustave Adolphe Turcotte

Liberal

Mr. TURCOTTE.

I ask that the motion and the amendment now before the House be read, to see if these documents have any relation to the said motion or amendment.
Mr. (SPEAKER. According to the Rules of the House, the motion can be read only at the close of the debate.
wages for the time I was spending at Mr. Lanctot's place, by order of my chief, MK J. B. Page asked me one evening, about 8 o'clock, to help him to carry away a box several feet long, made in the workshop of the government, and beautifully finished; in fact, I did help him to carry the said box at his own residence, and I have never s^en it since.
6. That about the 5th October, 1910, I was ordered by I. B. Page to glaze three double doors at Mr. Adelard Lavallee's place, at Sorel; he told me then: Go and register as if you were present; get your card punched before leaving, and I done so. I was paid by the government for that work that took considerable time.

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