Charles Adolphe STEIN

STEIN, Charles Adolphe, K.C., B.A., LL.L.

Personal Data

Party
Liberal
Constituency
Kamouraska (Quebec)
Birth Date
August 1, 1878
Deceased Date
February 27, 1938
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles-Adolphe_Stein
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=155b45bd-8851-4d7d-a9af-19257d3fe112&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
lawyer

Parliamentary Career

March 31, 1920 - October 4, 1921
LIB
  Kamouraska (Quebec)
December 6, 1921 - September 5, 1925
LIB
  Kamouraska (Quebec)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 5 of 9)


March 18, 1921

Mr. STEIN:

I should like to endorse

the suggestion of my hon. friend from Lotbiniere, not only as regards his county, but also the county of Kamouraska, of which I have spoken twice already during the discussion of the Estimates of this department. At St. Pascal, the county seat of Kamouraska, we not only hold a county fair each year, but we have there a large, splendid permanent building, built especially for exhibiting cattle. The father of my hon. friend from South Quebec (Mr. Power), who died last fall, had a farm in the county of Kamouraska and he was in the habit of exhibiting a great many thoroughbred cattle In this building at the county seat. I think in view of all the efforts that have been made in the past by the people of the county of Kamouraska for the development of agriculture, they should certainly receive some share of the money that is allotted by the department for these fairs.

Topic:   CONSIDERED IN COMMITTEE-THIRD READING
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March 18, 1921

Mr. STEIN:

Will the minister be kind enough to see that copies of all his publications are distributed throughout the county of Kamouraska? I had occasion to refer to this matter the other day. The agricultural school at St. Anne de la Pocatiere, as I was informed by the professor a few days ago in a letter which I sent to the King's Printer, has not been receiving all the bulletins published by the department. The same thing applies to the classical college in the same place. The greater part of that institution was

destroyed by fire last winter, and the library containing over 35,000 volumes was completely wiped out. I wish the Minister would note these facts and see that these institutions are properly supplied. I might add that the school of domestic science for girls at St. Pascal is also in need of such publications of the department as are suitable for the work there. I am sure the minister recognizes the needs of these schools. As I said the other day, his deputy frequently visits the county of Kamouraska and is aware of its importance, and I think he will agree with me that the requests of these colleges for these publications are only reasonable.

Topic:   THE IMPERIAL CONFERENCE
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March 18, 1921

Mr. STEIN:

Civil and criminal cases

are just as important as commercial litigation. Criminal cases require celerty of treatment; that is why we require a local judge in each district. In one case that is pending I submitted some objections that I had to our registrar who argued that he was not authorized to allow them. We wrote to the judge and he would not then had to our registrar, who argued that he express any definite opinion. We had no time to wait until that judge came to the district, and our local judge had no authority to act.

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March 18, 1921

Mr. STEIN:

You want them all in

Montreal.

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March 18, 1921

Mr. STEIN:

The minister is evidently overlooking the third. May I remind him of the school for girls at St. Pascal?

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