May 27, 1904 (9th Parliament, 4th Session)


Uriah Wilson

Conservative (1867-1942)


But these two classes run into one another. I suppose the agricultural exhibit would be largely of the products of the soil, and the same must be true of the other. Surely it would be better and cheaper for the country to have them under one management. But there seems to be a difficulty because what belongs ito one department must not be interfered with by another. I do not know whether that is because the ministers do not agree well or not. Families should be able to live together and members of the same government should be able to exercise judgment in the management of the affairs of the country so as to avoid duplicating work and expense.
Amendment (Mr. Fisher) agreed to.

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