Order. I am advised that the practice which the house has followed in the case of motions coming before the house in the absence of the mover is that if the motion is opposed, the mover must be present; if the motion is unopposed, the house has normally
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allowed a substitute mover. In those circumstances perhaps the minister concerned could indicate whether the motion is accepted.
Subtopic: BEAUCEVILLE, QUE. PURCHASE OF PROPERTY