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No. 40

Thursday, February 26, 1998.

8.30 o'clock a.m.

Prayers.

It was agreed by unanimous consent to extend the time allotted for Oral Questions.

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Government Motions re Business of House

Hon. Mr. Tyler announced that it was the intention of government to adjourn the House following third reading and Royal Assent.

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Third Reading

The following Bills were read the third time:

Bill 12, An Act to Amend the Prescription Drug Payment Act.
Bill 24, An Act to Repeal An Act to Establish "The Jordan Memorial Sanitarium" and the Jordan Memorial Home Act.
Bill 25, An Act to Amend the Family Services Act.
Bill 26, An Act to Amend the Medical Services Payment Act.
Bill 27, An Act to Amend the Hospital Services Act
Bill 30, Special Appropriation Act 1997.
Bill 36, An Act to Amend the Marriage Act.
Bill 37, An Act to Amend the Change of Name Act.
Bill 38, An Act to Amend the New Brunswick Investment Management Corporation Act.
Bill 43, An Act to Amend the Civil Service Act.
Bill 46, An Act to Amend the Provincial Court Act.
Bill 47, An Act to Amend the Lotteries Act.
Bill 51, An Act to Amend the Income Tax Act.
Bill 52, An Act to Amend the Tobacco Tax Act.
Bill 53, Loan Act 1998.
Bill 54, An Act to Amend the Income Tax Act.
Bill 55, Protection of Personal Information Act.
Bill 56, Public Health Act.
Bill 57, An Act Respecting the Public Health Act.
Bill 59, An Act to Amend the Provincial Court Act.
Bill 64, An Act Respecting Pensions.
Bill 65, An Act to Amend the Income Tax Act.
Bill 66, Supplementary Appropriations Act 1997-98(2).
Bill 70, Appropriations Act 1998-99.

Ordered that the said Bills do pass.

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At 9.55 o'clock a.m., Mr. Speaker declared a recess.

10.12 o'clock a.m.

Mr. Speaker resumed the chair.

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Royal Assent

Her Honour, the Lieutenant-Governor, was announced, and having been bidden to enter, took her seat in the chair upon the Throne.

Mr. Speaker addressed Her Honour as follows:

May It Please Your Honour:

The Legislative Assembly of the Province of New Brunswick has passed several Bills at the present sittings of the Legislature to which, in the name and on behalf of the said Legislative Assembly, I respectfully request Your Honour's assent.

The Clerk Assistant then read the titles of the Bills as follows:

Bill 8, An Act to Incorporate the Cosmetology Association of New Brunswick.
Bill 9, An Act to Amend the Labour Market Research Act.
Bill 10, An Act to Amend the City of Saint John Pension Act.
Bill 12, An Act to Amend the Prescription Drug Payment Act.
Bill 13, An Act to Amend An Act Respecting Acadia Life.
Bill 16, Pension Plan for Employees of the City of Moncton Act.
Bill 18, An Act to Incorporate SBC Global Trust Corporation.
Bill 19, Conservation Easements Act.
Bill 20, An Act to Amend the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Act.
Bill 21, An Act to Amend the Workers' Compensation Act.
Bill 22, An Act to Amend the Motor Vehicle Act .
Bill 23, An Act to Amend the Highway Act.
Bill 24, An Act to Repeal An Act to Establish "The Jordan Memorial Sanitarium" and the Jordan Memorial Home Act.
Bill 25, An Act to Amend the Family Services Act.
Bill 26, An Act to Amend the Medical Services Payment Act.
Bill 27, An Act to Amend the Hospital Services Act
Bill 28, An Act to Amend the Assessment Act.
Bill 29, An Act to Amend the New Brunswick Geographic Information Corporation Act.
Bill 30, Special Appropriation Act 1997.
Bill 31, An Act to Amend the Regional Development Corporation Act.
Bill 32, Chartered Accountants Act 1998.
Bill 33, An Act to Amend the Advisory Council on the Status of Women Act.
Bill 34, An Act to Recognize and Register Agricultural Producers and to Provide Stable Funding for New Brunswick Agricultural Federations.
Bill 35, An Act to Amend the Real Property Tax Act.
Bill 36, An Act to Amend the Marriage Act.
Bill 37, An Act to Amend the Change of Name Act.
Bill 38, An Act to Amend the New Brunswick Investment Management Corporation Act.
Bill 39, An Act to Repeal An Act to Incorporate General Insurance Corporation of New Brunswick.
Bill 40, An Act to Amend the Physiotherapy Act 1985.
Bill 41, An Act to Amend the Motor Carrier Act.
Bill 42, Edmundston Act, 1998.
Bill 43, An Act to Amend the Civil Service Act.
Bill 46, An Act to Amend the Provincial Court Act.
Bill 47, An Act to Amend the Lotteries Act.
Bill 48, An Act to Amend the Arts Development Trust Fund Act.
Bill 49, An Act to Incorporate St. Stephen's University.
Bill 50, An Act to Amend An Act Respecting the New Brunswick Medical Society and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New Brunswick.
Bill 51, An Act to Amend the Income Tax Act.
Bill 52, An Act to Amend the Tobacco Tax Act.
Bill 53, Loan Act 1998.
Bill 54, An Act to Amend the Income Tax Act.
Bill 55, Protection of Personal Information Act.
Bill 56, Public Health Act.
Bill 57, An Act Respecting the Public Health Act.
Bill 58, An Act to Amend the Motor Vehicle Act.
Bill 59, An Act to Amend the Provincial Court Act.
Bill 60, An Act to Amend the Elections Act.
Bill 61, An Act to Amend the Municipal Elections Act.
Bill 62, Greater Saint John Regional Facilities Commission Act.
Bill 63, An Act to Amend the Police Act.
Bill 64, An Act Respecting Pensions.
Bill 65, An Act to Amend the Income Tax Act.
Bill 66, Supplementary Appropriations Act 1997-98(2).
Bill 67, An Act to Amend the Land Titles Act.
Bill 68, Livestock Operations Act.

Her Honour signified Her Assent as follows:

It is the Queen's wish. La reine le veut.

To these Bills, Her Honour's assent was announced by the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly in the following words:

In Her Majesty's name, Her Honour the Lieutenant-Governor assents to these Bills, enacting the same and ordering them to be enrolled.

Mr. Speaker then addressed Her Honour as follows:

The Legislative Assembly, having devoted itself with unremitting diligence to the consideration of the several subjects referred to in the speech Her Honour the Lieutenant-Governor was pleased to deliver at the opening of the session, and to other matters of interest to the people of the province, humbly begs to present for your Honour's acceptance a Bill intituled Appropriations Act 1998-99. (Bill 70)

Her Honour replied:

It is the Queen's wish. La reine le veut.

To this Bill, Her Honour's assent was announced by the Clerk in the following words:

Her Honour the Lieutenant-Governor thanks Her Majesty's loyal and dutiful subjects, accepts their benevolence and assents to this Bill.

Her Honour was pleased to deliver the following speech:

Mr. Speaker, I have been watching from a distance how well you and all who serve this Chamber have provided for the well-being of the House. I would like to congratulate and thank the Sergeantat-Arms, the Clerk, the Clerk Assistant, the Chaplin, the pages, and all who provide support for this Legislative Assembly.

Mr. Premier, Mr. Robichaud, Ms. Weir, honourable members, I wish to thank you for your work and devotion to our Legislative Assembly, and I offer my best wishes for the coming months.

Her Honour then retired and Mr. Speaker resumed the chair.

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Government Motions re Business of House

Mr. Speaker, at the request of Hon. Mr. Tyler, reverted to the Order of Government Motions for the Ordering of the Business of the House,

On motion of Hon. Mr. Tyler, seconded by Mr. Allaby:

RESOLVED, that when the Assembly adjourns at the end of this sitting day, it stand adjourned until Tuesday, November 24, 1998, provided always that if it appears to the satisfaction of Mr. Speaker, after consultation with the Government, that the public interest requires that the House should meet at an earlier time during the adjournment, Mr. speaker may give notice that he is so satisfied and in such notice shall state a time at which the House shall meet, and thereupon the House shall meet at the time so stated and shall transact its business as if it has been duly adjourned to that time, and

THAT in the event of Mr. Speaker being unable to act, owing to illness or other cause, either of the Deputy Speakers shall act in his stead for the purpose of this order.

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Mr. Speaker addressed the House.

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And then, 10.46 o'clock a.m., the House adjourned.



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