Mr. CRERAR moved the adjournment of the house.
He said: To-morrow we shall continue with the estimates of the Department of Munitions and Supply, and when that is concluded, which I hope will be fairly early, it is proposed that other ministers having substantial amounts in this vote will make statements covering their particular part of it, and a discussion might follow those statements. I think that may expedite to some extent the work of the committee. There may be hon. members wTho are interested in certain features of the estimates which come in the department of other ministers, and I think this suggestion will probably expedite the consideration of the resolution.