June 20, 1936

MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE WITH RESPECT TO SENATE AMENDMENT

LIB

Walter Edward Foster (Speaker of the Senate)

Liberal

Mr. SPEAKER:

I have the honour to

inform the house that a message has been received from the senate informing this house that the senate do insist upon its amendment to Bill No. 97, to Amend the Combines Investigation Act, for the reason that the amendment is necessary to accord witnesses the reasonable protection vouchsafed them in all British courts.

Topic:   COMBINES INVESTIGATION ACT
Subtopic:   MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE WITH RESPECT TO SENATE AMENDMENT
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NATIONAL HARBOURS BOARD

MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE WITH RESPECT TO SENATE AMENDMENTS

LIB

Walter Edward Foster (Speaker of the Senate)

Liberal

Mr. SPEAKER:

I have the honour to

inform the house that a message has been received from the senate informing this house that the senate do not insist upon its first, second and fifth amendments to Bill No. 17, respecting the National Harbours Board, to which the House of Commons have disagreed, and do substitute the following in lieu of its third amendment:

Page 6, lines 1 to 6 both inclusive. For subclause 2 of section 12 substitute the following:

"(2) Whenever, in the case of any works, tenders are required by this Act to be called, the board shall, after having given the tenderers reasonable notice of the time and place of the opening of the tenders, open them in public and thereafter submit them to the minister, who shall submit them to the governor in council and the contract for the work shall be awarded under the authority of the governor in council."

Topic:   NATIONAL HARBOURS BOARD
Subtopic:   MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE WITH RESPECT TO SENATE AMENDMENTS
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At eleven o'clock the house adjourned, without question put, pursuant to standing order. Monday, June 22, 1936


June 20, 1936