I fail to see how the right hon. gentleman can undertake to leave to the impression that information has not been brought down, for I think a very considerable amount of information has
been submitted, all, I presume, that the officers of the department thought was necessary. However, as my right hon. friend suggests, the Bill can be read a second time, and I can assure him that all the information in the department will be available to him when we reach the committee stage to-morrow. We are desirous of placing before the House all possible information at our disposal because there is nothing at all to hide.
Subtopic: QUEBEC AND SAGUENAY AND LOTBINIERE AND MEGANTIC RAILWAYS ACQUISITION OF BRANCH LINES.