Mr. MACKENZIE KING:
I do not think my hon. friend realizes the proceedings. We are not discussing the bill in which the Minister of Finance was interested. This item
was passed in the committee of supply, and there is to be a bill founded on the resolution that passed the committee of supply to-day. It is simply a formal matter. All that I would ask to-night is that we might get the bill through for the second reading to-morrow. If we could pass it through its different stages to-night, I do not think that would be asking too much. It is simply a routine that I thought was completed this afternoon, but we broke up on a discussion of a point of order, and I did not have a chance to proceed with the formalities necessary to complete the transaction.
Subtopic: SUPPLY BILL