October 13, 1903 (9th Parliament, 3rd Session)

LIB

James Moffat Douglas

Liberal

Mr. DOUGLAS.

This report was presented last Friday, and notice of motion was given to the House that to-day I would move concurrence. Besides, the body of the report is in the Votes and Proceedings, and, if the hon. gentleman (Mr. Sproule) has not seen it, that is not the fault of the convener of the committee or the committee itself.
I may say that I have voiced the consensus of opinion of the committee in making the remarks I have made. The report was adopted by the unanimous consent of the committee and we thought it would he well to made a few remarks in connection with the presentation of the motion for concurrence so that it might be fully before the House.

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