April 7, 1905 (10th Parliament, 1st Session)

CON

David Henderson

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. D. HENDERSON.

I do not rise to object to the motion, because it is highly desirable, in my opinion, that the evidence given before the Committee on Agriculture should have as wide distribution as possible throughout the country. However, I find that instead of having this evidence promptly printed and distributed, the greater part of the reports of last year's committee are 130
still lying within the precincts of this House. An effort should be made to have these reports distributed more expeditiously, foi if they are not put in the hands of members before the end of the session the facilities for distributing them will not be so great, and there is danger that the distribution will be neglected. I ask that the chairman should use his best endeavours with those in authority to have the reports printed as soon as possible and given to the members before the end of the session.

Topic:   REPORT OF AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE.
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