George Harris Hees
Yes, it does.
Subtopic: AMENDMENT OF ACT TO DEFINE LIMIT OF THE PORT AND AUTHORIZE COMMISSIONERS TO CONTROL CONSTRUCTION OF PIPES OR PIPE LINES
Yes, it does.
I am sure the Toronto harbour commissioners will give some consideration to that when they read the remarks of the hon. member for Broadview. I remind the hon. member that these amendments come
to us at the suggestion, of the commissioners. As he well knows, three of those members are appointed by the city council. The city council has studied this bill. The penalty contained in the bill is considerably stiffer than it has been hitherto. We might try this and probably we should not place in the hands of the court as stiff a penalty as that suggested at this time.
Section agreed to. Schedule agreed to. Bill reported. Mr. Fournier, Hull (for Mr. Chevrier) moved the third reading of the bill. Motion agreed to and bill read the third time and passed. Business of the House BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE
Mr. Fournier (Hull) moved
the adjourment of the house.
He said: Tomorrow we shall discuss the resolution in the name of the Minister of Veterans Affairs increasing the rate of pension for disability and death; then Bill No. 15, an act to provide for privileges and immunities in respect to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization; Bill No. 24, an act to amend the Public Printing and Stationery Act. If the select committee on railway legislation reports the railway bills, they will be called at the same time.
Motion agreed to and the house adjourned at 5.05 p.m.