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cxxvii Soldier Settlement Board-Con. Maritime Provinces, 4532 Operation of, 529 Tobin, Mr. W. J., and, ques. 1133 Solicitor General. See Ministers Sorel Dockyard, qu. 568, 1992, qu. 2028 Shipyards, qu. 568 Superintendent, qu. 2618 ' Soudan War, 1882 Soulanges Canal. See Canals South Africa Steamship service, 1491 Trade with, 1468 South African War, 1527 Pensions, 2278 South Gabriola Wharf, 3981 Soviet. See Russia Speaker, Hon. Edgar N. Rhodes. See also Deputy Speaker, House of Commons Rulings and Statements of Address, debate on. Tariff not excluded from discussion, 58 Adjournments For purpose of discussing matter of urgent, etc.; question may be discussed on motion for Supply, 4106 Amendments Must amend, not merely negative, 561 Put subject to consideration, 376 Ames, Sir Herbert Resignation of, 469, 1001 Member (Hon. Mr. King) may go into matter on motion for Supply, 1070 Bills Additions to, proposed, 4259 Com., referred to after second reading, 2776 Details properly discussed in Com., 624 Preceded by resolution Notice not necessary, 2942 Trade Bills should be, 2150 Press interview not germane to principle of, 2870 Printing of Senate Bills, 3938 Private Notice not required, 3971 Reference back by Com. of Whole, 1094 Suspension of Rules for, 3716 Second reading, order must be proceeded with or stand, 650 Speaker, Hon. Edgar N. Rhodes-Con. Rulings and Statements of-Con. Bills-Con. Senate, motion for first reading not debatable but rule relaxed for Prime Minister and leaders, 151 Senate amendments, correction of error, 4068 To be disposed of by consent without discussion, 2890 lr.. Senate Bills, unusual to. explain, 151, 1619-20 3r., Debate on, 3343 Chair Good taste, 3174 Ruling-exception to must be taken in constitutional manner, 3174 Should be permitted to exercise jurisdiction, 1308 Com., Standing, competent to consult Law Clerk, 598 "To-morrow" means next Government day, 563 Debate Adherence to rules, 649, 2333 Closed by mover, 900, 2447, 2518, 3968 Questions not to be asked as in Com., 2450 Restriction of, 969, 2067 Debates, Official Report of Insertion of documents After reading, 1539 Not read, 2067 Unanimous consent necessary, 1009 Decorum, 3174 Conversation in Chamber and galleries, 2053 Debate cannot be conducted from seats, 287 Debate, in, 286 Good taste, 3173-4 Governor General Acknowledgment of Address, 3830 Address to on retirement, 4493 Imaginary letters, 3173, 3260 Minister of Crown and, 3174 Substitution of names, 3174 Interruptions, 3228 Language " Coward ", 287 " Deliberately false and untrue ", 2444 " Flagrant insult ", 287 " Mean appellation ", 463 Unparliamentary, 1516 Members Asking question may not make statement, 77, 987, 1308, 2865


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Speaker, Hon. Edgar N. Rhodes-Con.

Rulings and Statements of-Con.

Members-Con.

Comment on speech in other House not in order, 536

Debating, should be mindful of rule, 1758

Discussing principle of Bill on second reading restricted to one speech, 649 Having already spoken no right to speak again, 1307 How to be referred to. 69, 444

Leeds (Sir Thomas White) 69, 469 Limited to one speech on motion, 1177 May not reflect on judiciary, 812 Must be seated when Speaker rises, 3228

Not to be put on trial in House, 2443 One may give his own interpretation to remarks of another, 1197 Promises made by subject to rules of order, 4204

Reading from documents or newspapers when asking question, 736, 972

Reading speech, 544 Resignations, 1619. See also House of Commons

Ames, Sir Herbert, 469 Right to reply, 1245 Right to reply to reflection implied in question, 1172

Right to speak exhausted, 985, 1812, 2780, 3859, 4113, 4116 Should confine remarks to question before House, 816

Sitting, may ask question but may not make remarks, 127, 2225, 2867 Speaking, may not interrogate members sitting, 126, 2333 Speaking when no motion before House, 4203-4

To speak only once on motion, 2889 Speaking, has floor, 1794 Statement of must be accepted by House, 1197, 1641 Motions

Adjournment

Competency to withdraw, 1173 Adopted as amended, 1846 Amendment must amend not merely negative, 561 Committee

Not in order to discuss general railway problems, 1782 Error in, 1810 Involving expenditure Housing, 1135 Hudson Bay railway, 985 Not in proper form, 4052

Speaker, Hon. Edgar N. Rhodes-Con. Rulings and Statements of-Con.

Motions-Con.

Notice not given-unanimous consent necessary, 732, 1439, 2027, 2776, 2940, 4250

Notice not required with respect to Private Bills, 3971 . Practically identical, 974

Strict application of rule would leave only portion debatable, 1758 To adjourn for purpose of discussing matter of urgent, etc., 4106 Withdrawal by unanimous consent, 2554

Non-debatable subjects

Evidence before Committee not reported to House, 2881 Subjects already debated, 2824 Orders of the Day

Debate limited, 110, 1271, 1439, 2250, 2377, 3972

Alleged incomplete return may not be discussed in detail, 2250 Appropriateness of matter, 2626, 2776

Argument improper, 1070 Argument under guise of question. 901

House reverting to certain motions, 1851

Latitude allowed, 1070, 4254 Local questions, 110, 1271 Member not to be put on trial in House, 2443

No cross-examination of Ministers, 1004, 1441, 3321

Optional with Government to give information, 478

Questions reflecting on Government's policy, 1441

Questions unanswered, attention directed to, 1621

Summarizing newspaper articles, 1441

Pairs, correction of list, 563 Parliament buildings, inscription on tower, 4544

Petitions, manner of presenting, 562 Previous debate, 2824

Privilege. See also this title under House of Commons

Matter not affecting member personally, 2443 Questions

Answer of Government to be accepted, 1004

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cxxix Speaker, Hon. Edgar N. Rhodes-Con. Rulings and Statements of-Con. Questions-Con. Supplementary answer to, 1755 Unanswered, member should direct attention to on Orders of the Day, 1621 Reference by way of illustration and not reflection, 3261 Relevancy, 1172, 1193, 1196 Civil Service Act Arndt. Bill, 2865 Resolution Amended by avoiding mention of money, 1136 Latitude of discussion, 1135 Money, 1135 Propriety of form, 1146 Rules of the House Discussion, widest possible measure of, 1135 17C, Thursdays and Fridays. See House of Commons, Estimates Senate Committee Leave for Mr. Crerar to attend, 3207 Debates, reference to, 396S Free Conference on Judges Act Arndt. Bill, 4040 Members of, reference in terms of disrespect, 536 Supply Amendments to Discussion confined, 2507 Irrelevancy, 1193 Questions of detail should be withheld for, 1280 Rule 17C-Thursdays and Fridays, 1004. See also House of Commons, Estimates Unanimous consent, 1009, 1233, 3715, 4433, 4453. See also under this title, Debates, Official Report Canada Temperance Act, 3902 Minister making statement while Speaker in Chair, 1024 Votes and Proceedings, correction of, 737 Warrant for election writ-Durham and Maple Creek, 4340 Speaker's Chair, presentation of, 3689, 3691 Addresses to be printed in Official Report of Debates, 3696 Expression of thanks to Empire Parliamentary Association, 3696 Presentation of, notice, 3688 Speeches, 3689 Speech from the Throne debated. See Address Special War Revenue Act Arndt. Bill Res. 3733, 3741; lr„ 3758; 2r., 3955; com., 3955-3958; 3r„ 3958 Subjects and Sections discussed: Amendments, 3742 Binder twine fibre, 3746, 3756. See also that title Boxed goods, 3735 Condensed milk and ice cream, 3737, 3956 Containers, 3737, 3754, 3956 Excise taxes, 3955 Fishing boats, 3745 Foodstuffs, 3589, 3734 Lumber, tax on, 3734, 3736, 3742-3, 375657 Missals and prayer-books, 3756 Mixed grains for feed, 3745 Oatmeal and rolled oats, 3736-6 Oleomargarine, materials for, 3745-6 Package goods, 3735 Sales tax, 3120, 3170, 3399, 3996, 3735, 3752, 3957. See also Taxation Opposition to change, 3752 Sparkling wines, 3734 Speedways. See Highways Spinney, Hon. E. K. (Yarmouth and Clare) Civil Service Act Arndt. Bill, 2685, 2778, 4278-80 Annual report, Arndt. 4482 Special Com., report, 3901 Civil Service Retirement Act Arndt. Bill, 4271 Spirits, Tax on, 3120, 3506, 3576, 3705, 3726. See also Alcohol; Customs Tariff; Customs and Excise; Liquor Spirituous and Alcoholic Liquors, 3705-8 Sprays. See Insects Spruce Bud Worm, 1031 Stacey, Mr. F. B. (Fraser Valley) Address in reply to Governor General's Speech, 140; examination of reasons advanced in support of amendment; pre-election pledges of Government fulfilled or in process of fulfilment; no charge of maladministration, 141; Government policy in interest of country; unification of Canadian people, 142; class consciousness; by-elections in British Columbia; the Agrarians, 143; no demand for a change, 144 British Columbia, fishing regulations, 21S0 Volume I; 1-1000 Volume II: 1001-2026 Volume III: 1027-3003


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cxxxi Stevens, Mr. H. H. (Vancouver Centre) Address in reply to Governor General's Speech, 212; the amendment; argument of the Opposition; Liberals and Agrarians, 213; Leader of Opposition's incentive is accession to power; redistribution before election; increased representation for West; freight rates, relative representation of urban and rural districts, 214; no general demand for an election; War Veterans, Mr. Harry Flynn; Peterborough byelection; Vale, Colchester, St. John, East Elgin; War Time Elections Act, 217; the tariff-Opposition dare not make it an issue; National Liberal Convention, 1919, 218; statement of leader of Opposition at Kingston; tariff a matter of vital interest; Opposition resolutions of 1919 and 1920, 221; Government will welcome campaign on fiscal policy; coalition between Liberals and Agrarians; leader of Opposition lacks sincerity in proposing amendment, 222 Average duty during Liberal regime, 3471 Budget, 3619; speech of Mr. King, comment on; Canadian National Railways, administration, 3620; loans to Rou-mania and Greece: members of Parliament and sale of goods to foreign countries, 3621; comparison of this year's expenditure and expenditure under Liberal administration, 3621; position of leader of Opposition on tariff, 3622; American tariff a factor in tariff revision, 3623; tariff for revenue only, 3625; Mr. Fielding and protection, 3626; Mr. Crerar and York-Sunbury election, 3627; Hansard, changes in Mr. Crerar's speech as delivered, 2627-8; tariff question, boot and shoe industry, 3631; agricultural implements, 3631; United Grain Growers and lumber combine, 3633; grain overages, 3634; taxation, 3634; land tax, 3634-35; Canadian representative at Washington, 3635 Canada Temperance Act, qu. 736 Canadian Government Merchant Marine, 1721 Dominion Iron and Steel Company, 1723 Canadian manufacturers and export trade, 1222 Canadian National Railwp.ys Special Com. (Mr. Meighen) M„ 1805 Chinese Immigration Act Arndt. Bill, 3828 Customs, Minister of, 3081 Private business of, 3078 Stevens, Mr. H. H.-Con. De Martigny divorce, 3770, 4203 Government shipbuilding programme, 2088 Harbours and rivers, estimates, 3978-9 Immigration, 2595 Deputy Minister, 3056 Imperial Mineral Resources Bureau, 2166 Inspection of Gas and Gas Meters Bill, 619 Interim Supply, Purchasing Commission, 2021 Lake of the Woods Regulation Bill, 4195 Opium and Narcotic Drug Act Arndt. Bill Arndt. (Penalty-whipping) 2901 Oriental immigration, 2594 Railway Act Arndt. Bill (Discrimination in rates) 1232 Senate and House of Commons Act Arndt. Bill (Ministers and directorships) 596, 650 Wednesday evening sittings, 1829 Wheat Board, qu. 489 Stewart, Mr. J. A. (Lanark) Alcohol, tax on, 3729, 3730 Civil Service Retirement Act Amdt. Bill, 4268-73 Customs and Excise Dept. Bill Commercial agents, payments to, 4405 Dumping clause, 4413 Ports of entry, 4414 Trade extension, 4405 Valuation for duty, 4414 De Martigny divorce, 3765 Stewart, Mr. R. A., qu. 2343 Stewart, Mr. T. J. (West Hamilton) Criminal Code Amdt. Bill (Automobile theft) 3916 Highways, 3028 Construction, 3036 Stikine and Dease Rivers, qu. 1133 Stock Feed. See also Feeds; Live Stock Stockyards, 1124. See Live Stock Strathroy Customs, 3085 Destruction of pasture lands, 1030 Streams Bill. See Lake of the Woods Strikes. See Labour Submarines. See Shipbuilding Sugar, 3699 Beet industry, encouragement to farmers, 301, 3426, 3456 Canada-West Indies trade, 2255-7, 3699 Customs tariff on, 3698, 3725, 3938, 3955


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Sugar-Con.

German bounty on, 4432 Imports, 3703 Industry, 3513 Refiners, prices, 3245 Season, vessels for, 1489 West Indies, from, 2255, 3699

Sully, Quebec, station, 1822

Summary Cases, Fees, 3006. See Criminal Code Amdt.

Superannuation. See Civil Service, Superannuation; Civil Service Retirement Act Amdt. Bill

Supplementary Estimates, 1618. See also Estimates Inquiry for, 3741

Supplementary Extradition Convention with the United States. See Extradition

Supreme Court. See also Canada Temperance Act Bill

Appeal to in Criminal cases, 3006 Appointment of Mr. Mignault, 356 Exemption of Salary of Chief Justice, 2118 See also Judges Act Amdt. Bill Gold Seal Liquor Co., appeal. See Canada Temperance

Judges. See Judges Act Amdt. Bill Privy Council appeals, 1089. See also that title

Supply Bills. See Appropriation Acts

Supply. See also Interim Supply

Committee of, 562, 917, 1215, 1330, 1385, 1442, 1617, 1652, 1736, 1979, 2076, 2234,2270, 2275, 2356, 2378, 2568, 2680, 2736,2781, 2800, 2889, 2940, 2945, 3014, 3055,3068, 3127, 3776, 3973, 4010, 4070, 4117,

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Supply, Committee of

Amendments

Canadian National Railways-Information-M. (Mr. King) 1178, neg. 1215 Prime Ministers' Conference Amdt. (Mr. King) 2626, neg. 2679 Reciprocity with the United States Amdt. (Mr. Fielding) 2038, neg. 2075 Representation in Parliament Amdt. (Mr. King) 1293, neg. 1329 Closure. See that title Concurrence, 4541, 4576 En bloc, 2006

Estimates. See also that title Committee on, 2193

Justice-without consent estimates cannot be considered, 1073

Supply-Committee of-Con.

Interim Supply. See that title Non-confidence motions. See Representation in Parliament One-sixth vote. See Interim Supply Procedure in

Business for "to-morrow", 1025 Resolution introducing money bill should be preceded by notice, 1676 Rule 17C. See House of Commons Subjects and items discussed:

Accredited herd, 4506-13 Agriculture, 4506 Entomology, 1024

International Institute of Agriculture, 1116

Live stock, 923, 1116 Publications, 1074 Salaries and contingencies, 917 Air Board, 3776

Alderson, Mr. George B., claim of. See that title Archives, 4533 Canada Grain Act, 1442 Canada Temperance Act, 4533 Canadian Forestry Association, 4494 Canadian Government Merchant Marine, 1272, 2076

Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, 2164

Canadian National Railways, 1004, 4131, 4169, 4288, 4313, 4334, 4561 Canadian National Research Institute, 4555. See also under this title Scientific Canadian Northern loan,, 3037 Canadian Press, Limited, 4533 Canadian representation in the United States, 2378

Canals, 2025, 2602, 2953, 2960, 2966-98 Civil Service Bonus, 4534

Reclassification, 4541, 4555 Courtenay Bay improvements. 4097 Customs and Inland Revenue, 2SS9, 3077, 4117

Destructive Insect and Pest Act, 1027 4512

Dockyards, 4036 Dredging, 3982 Entomology, 1024 Exchequer Court, 1083 Experimental farms, 922, 928, 931, 932-36, 945, 4512

External affairs, 2437

Fish-breeding establishments, 2185, 4036 Fish inspection, 2182 Fishery officers and gua dians, 2177 Fisheries patrol service, 2177

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