May 30, 1921 (13th Parliament, 5th Session)

UNI L

John Flaws Reid

Unionist (Liberal)

Hon. Mr. REID:

The arbitrators will decide whether they are worth nothing or not. If the arbitrators in regard to the
Grand Trunk decide that these are worth nothing, they will not ask the Government to pay anything; but if they decide that the Government shall pay a certain amount annually, or a certain amount for the equity the Government have, the liabilities that are against the road up to that time will be good.

Topic:   SUPPLY-BERRY AND CURRANT BOXES
Subtopic:   REVISED EDITION. COMMONS
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