October 23, 1919 (13th Parliament, 3rd Session)

UNION

William Foster Cockshutt

Unionist

Mr. COCKSHUTT:

The section uses the word "judges". It says:
The value, if any, of the first, second and third preference stocks and the common or ordinary stock of the Grand Trunk now issued and outstanding to the face values above mentioned (hereinafter together called the "preference and common stock ") shall be determined by a board of three arbitrators, one to be appointed by the Government, one by the Grand Trunk, and the third by the two so appointed, or, failing agreement, by judges to be designated in the said agreement.
Now, the alternative is all judges, as I understand it. If that is not correct, then I am glad to know that a business man or a railway man may be selected.

Topic:   GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY SYSTEM.
Subtopic:   BILL, PROVIDING FOR THE ACQUISITION OF THE SYSTEM BY THE GOVERNMENT.
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