Mr. MACDONALD (Pictou):
Let us understand each other. As ministers frequently say to hon. members when they want to discuss general matters on general votes: You
can discuss that subject on one vote although that does not happen to be the particular vote to which the subject is relevant. I intimated to my hon. friend that he could speak on the next item. My hon. friend is talking about the war of ten years ago and reading authors on the subject, which has nothing to do with this vote or anything in the department today.