William Erskine Knowles
Bill (No. 119) respecting certain patents of the Continental Can Company.-Mr. Fripp. Bill (No. 120) for the relief of Ethel May Stewart.-Mr. Clark (Red Deer).
Hon. L. P. PELLETIER.
I wi'll see to it.
Upon the orders being called for further consideration in committee of Bill (No. 68) respecting the Queen's College at Kingston -Mr. Niekle; and Bill (No. 69) to incorporate Queen's Theological College.-Mr. Niekle.
Right Hon. R. L. BORDEN (Prime Minister).
House in committee-Third Readings. Bill (No. 108) respecting the Trust and Loan Company of Canada,-Mr. Baker. Bill (No. 46) respecting the Dominion Trust Company, and to change its name to British Empire Trust Company.-Mr. Cromwell.
House in Committee on Bill (No. 80) respecting the Dominion Trust Company, Limited, and to change its name to the Dominion Trust Company.-Mr. Macdonell. On section IV-
I move that the word ' committees ' be substituted for ' boards ' in this section. The word ' boards ' was left in the Bill by oversight in the committee. The change is desired because the word ' 'committee ' is that which is used in the by-laws of the company and throughout its 'literature, and so it is the one that will best correspond with the requirements of the company.
How will it read then?
It will read:
The head office of the company shall be in the city of Vancouver and the directors may establish branch offices and local advisory committees at such' other places in Canada and elsewhere as they may determine.
Is not the word 'boards' generally used in Bills of this kind ?
Amendment agreed to. Bill as amended reported, read the third time and passed.