February 25, 1902 (9th Parliament, 2nd Session)


James Clancy

Conservative (1867-1942)


Mr. Chairman, I would like to suggest to the hon. Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Fisher) that I think time would be gained by not going on with these estimates to-day. The hon. gentleman weii kqows the House has only been a very few days in session and that lion, members on neither side of the House have had any time whatever to consult the reports that I confess have been promptly brought down. I think we would gain time by giving a reasonable opportunity for hon. members on both sides of the House to consult the reports. These are important estimates and while I have no desire whatever to delay them I think we should have time to look somewhat into the reports.

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