Thomas HAY

HAY, Thomas

Personal Data

Party
Conservative (1867-1942)
Constituency
Springfield (Manitoba)
Birth Date
August 6, 1872
Deceased Date
October 2, 1939
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Hay_(politician)
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=1bed44fb-f672-4868-8f66-648136aee00a&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
farmer

Parliamentary Career

December 17, 1917 - October 4, 1921
UNION
  Selkirk (Manitoba)
October 29, 1925 - July 2, 1926
CON
  Springfield (Manitoba)
July 28, 1930 - August 14, 1935
CON
  Springfield (Manitoba)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 55 of 56)


April 12, 1904

1. No.

2. No.

3. Yes.

4. No.

5. No.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   EXCLUSION ACT HAS FLAWS.
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May 26, 1903

Hob. Hr. ROSS (Victoria, N.S.).

What about the cost of the raw material ?

Topic:   SUPPLY-TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES.
Subtopic:   TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES.
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May 6, 1903

Mr. H.

,T. LOGAN (Cumberland). I think that the question of discussion this afternoon is one of great importance. My hon. friend who has just spoken (Mr. Kendall) has told us that a storm is no doubt brewing in this country. Every day we bear capitalists say that the labour question is the most dangerous one ahead of us in this country at present, and that it is rendering unsafe the investment of capital. At the same time we must recognize that the labouring man has the same right to unite with his brother labourers as the hon. member for Centre Toronto (Mr. Brock) has to unite with his brother manufacturers in the Manufacturers' Association. The attempt to shut out labour unions in Canada would lead to civil war and could never succeed. Calling out the militia is, of course, the last resort, and should only be done to secure the peace of pie community and not to suppress a strike. The question before the House was brought up by the hon. member for Jacques Cartier asking the government if they proposed to pay the city of Montreal a portion of the cost of calling out the militia.

Topic:   LONGSHOREMEN'S STRIKE. IN MONTREAL.
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May 5, 1903

Ross. Mr. J. H.

, Yukon Territory.

Hydraulic Leases, Yukon, O. C's., Cor., Ac. (M. for copies*) 1323 (i).

Ross, Hon. Wm., Victoria (N.S.)

Topic:   SUPPLY-THE GENERAL OFFICER COMMANDING.
Subtopic:   CV1 INDEX
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May 5, 1903

Fisher. Hon. S. A .

-Con.

Supply-Con.

Agric u 1 turc- Con.

schedules) 4635 (ii), 7053 (census, total cost) 7053 (iii); (classification of patents) 4433 (ii); (cold storage) 7086 (iii), 7670 ; (creameries, N.W.T.) 7632 (iv); (criminal statistics) 4429 ; (dairying branch) 4671 ; (exhibitions) 4599; (experimental farms) 4548 ; (fumigating stations) 4434 (ii), 135o2 (vi) ; (general statistics) 4429 ; (Health Act) 4440, 5007 (ii), 5490 (iii); (Japan Exhibition) 4626; (patent branch, salaries) 4350 (ii) ; (Poultry Farming) 7641

(iv) ; (Prof. Shutt's report) 4556 ; (St. Louis exhibition) 4599; (San Jose scale). 4434; (Stuart, Capt., dismissal) 4354 (ii) ; (Toronto Industrial exhibition) 13501 (vi); (Tracadie lazaretto) 4439 ; (Treadgold exhibit) 4612 (ii) ; (tuberculosis, aid to Can. Association) 13517 (vi); {Year Book) 4429 (ii). .

Immigration (exodus to U.S.) 6375; (repatriation, &c.) 6713 (iii).

Mail Subsidies and SS. Subventions (freight rates, &c.) 7583 (iv).

Public Woi'ks: Buildings, Que. (Magog P.O.) 13081 (vi).

Quarantine (cattle and vet. division) 5502; (diseased immigrants) 5492; (hog cholera) 5505 (iii); (public health) 4440 (ii), 5490 (iii); (public health, small-pox) 5007 (ii); (smallpox) 5491 (iii).

Supreme Court Registrar's B. 268 (Mr. Fitzpatrick) in Com., 14308 (vi).

Tuberculosis, Aid to Can. Association, &c. (remarks) in Com. of Sup., 13517 (vi).

Fitzpatrick, Hon. Charles (Minister of Justice), Quebec County.

Algonquin Lumber and Power Co.'s incorp. B. 165 (Mr. Gould) in Com., 5361 (iii).

Aliens, Naturalization Act Amt. B. 204 (Sir Wilfrid Lauricr) in Com., 5875 (iii).

Anglo-American Cable Co. and P.E.I. and Mainland (remarks) in Com. of Sup , 13332, 13338 (vi). _

Atlantic and Lake Superior Ry. [(remarks) in Com. on B. 155, 14771 (vi).

Binder Twine, Average Price, &c. (Ans.), 7566

(iv)- _ ^

Average Price for Sisal, &c. (Ans.), 8085

(iv).

Circular re Sales, &c. (Ans.), 4182 (ii).

Cost, &c. (Ans.), 2311 (i).

Mr.Haycock's Powers under Act (remarks)

14047 (vi).

Residences of Purchasers, &c. (Ans.) 4183

(ii).

See 'Supply-Justice, Penitentiaries,' &c.

Brunet, Arthur, and Dom. Elections Act,"on M. (Mr. Casgrain) for Pets., O. Cs., &e., 105'(i).

Canadian Northern Ry. Co.'s Loan. B. 209 (Mr. Blair) in Com. on Res., 5121 (ii).

Canadian North-west Irrigation Co.'s B. 143 (Mr. Oliver) in Com., 3226 (ii).

C. P. Ry. Lands, School Taxation, &c. (Ans.) 4006 (ii).

Fitzpatrick, Hon. Charles-Con.

Canadian Transportation and Storage Co.'s incorp. B. 176 (Mr. German) in Com., 5360, 5556 (iii).

Capital Cases, Commutations, &c. (remarks) 13303 (vi).

Carver vs. King, Commutation of, Reps, re (remarks) 13303 (vi).

Topic:   SUPPLY-THE GENERAL OFFICER COMMANDING.
Subtopic:   XXXVlll
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