There may be some generous, large-hearted men who do it, but they are not bound to do it, and I do not think the average employer does it. So I think the result would be that die average workman would lose his day's pay and
would have no substantial advantage in return. The hon. member for South Toronto, in his argument, introduced a new feature and one that would commend itself,
I think, to members on both sides. He went beyond this Bill and said that the hours of voting were insufficient. If my hon. friend can show that the workingmen of the country are for that reason denied .the opportunity of vodng, let him introduce a Bill on that subject, and I hope it will find favour in the House.