You can readily understand my being hungry for information while I am on my feet, Mr. Speaker, when I get so little of it from hon. gentlemen when they are on theirs.
This is scandal No. 6 against the Government,-the most grievous scandal that was ever levelled against any Government in the history of the world!
That when Mr J. B. Hugg, representing the *Crescent Creamery Oo. L/td. Winnipeg, felt that he could write under date Feb. 18, 1920, to the then chairman of the Board a letter submitting a copy of the Crescent Creamery Company's factum for use before the Supreme Court of Canada in opposition to the case that had been presented by the Board of Commerce to define its status saying:
Then he quotes the letter, and continues: -a state of affairs was disclosed which destroyed whatever usefulness the chairman might up to that moment have had.
Scandal No. 6 against the Government,- that when Hugg wrote that letter a state of affairs was disclosed which destroyed the usefulness of the chairman and the chairman forthwith resigned. Is that a scandal against the Government? Who committed a scandal?
Subtopic: RESIGNATION OF MR. MURDOCK DISCUSSED ON MOTION FOR SUPPLY.
Sub-subtopic: UNE 29, 1920