November 8, 1919 (13th Parliament, 3rd Session)

L LIB

Daniel Duncan McKenzie

Laurier Liberal

Mr. McKENZIE:

I beg your pardon. However, I objected yesterday to the Pilotage Bill to some extent, although my objection was not as strong as it is in regard to the measure to which I refer, which has for its purpose the giving of a free hand in maritime matters to persons who are not shipmasters. The minister says that the Pilotage Bill is before us, but my remarks will stand in regard to the other

Bill when it comes up. I must apologize to the minister for being perhaps a trifle hasty in my remarks, but as I have explained, I was under the impression that it was the other Bill and not the Pilotage Bill that was before the House. The Pilotage Bill does not appear to me to be as serious as the other.

Topic:   PACIFIC COAST PILOTAGE.
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