November 10, 1919 (13th Parliament, 3rd Session)


James Alexander Calder (Minister of Immigration and Colonization)


Hon. J. A. CALDER:

With the consent of the House, I would like to make a motion with reference to the printing of the Report of the Special Committee on Bill No. 10. The House has already ordered some 3,000 copies of that report but I understand they have all gone and there is a very considerable demand for further copies. If the House consents I would move, seconded by Mr. Sifton:

That the report of the Special Committee on Bill No. 10, an Act to amend the Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment Act, the minutes of their proceedings and the evidence taken by them and presented to the House on the 31st October together with a suitable index to be prepared by the Clerk of the Committee, be printed in the Appendix to the Journals of the present session. ...
That 1 000 extra copies in English and 250 extra copies in French of the said report minutes proceedings and evidence, and 50 000 copies in English and 10,000 copies in French of the said report be printed forthwith for distribution, and that Rule 74 thereto be suspended in relation.

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