April 16, 1901 (9th Parliament, 1st Session)

CON

Seymour Eugene Gourley

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. GOURLEY.

I wish to add my word to the view that magistrates should not be allowed to practise. If you allow a magistrate possessing this extensive jurisdiction to practise in the courts, I venture to say that within six months you will have a lot of complaints on your hands. I say, give him a good salary, and debar him from practising, especially in that country where he would not probably be required to act according to the rules of etiquette to the same extent that he would in the older provinces.
On section 4,

Topic:   YUKON TERRITORY ACT AMENDMENT.
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