October 29, 1951

LIB

Irvin William Studer

Liberal

Mr. Sluder:

Owing to the lateness of the hour, may I move the adjournment of the debate?

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Some hon. Members:

Agreed.

On motion of Mr. Studer the debate was adjourned.

Business of the House Mr. Fournier (Hull): Tomorrow we will conclude the debate on second reading of Bill No. 12, to amend the Railway Act. Then it will be referred to the special committee on railway legislation, as will the two following bills: Bill No. 6, to amend the Canadian National-Canadian Pacific Act, 1933, and Bill No. 7, to amend the Maritime Freight Rates Act. Then there are two small bills, No. 8, an act to amend the North Fraser Harbour

Commissioners Act, and Bill No. 9, an act respecting the Toronto harbour commissioners. If we have time we will take up the resolution in the name of the Secretary of State concerning the Public Printing and Stationery Act.

At 6.30 p.m. the house adjourned, without question put, pursuant to the order of the house passed on October 26, 1951.

Tuesday, October 30, 1951

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October 29, 1951