February 2, 1910 (11th Parliament, 2nd Session)

LIB

George Gerald King

Liberal

Mr. KING.

He has already given some of his evidence before the committee. As Mr. MACDONELL.
chairman of the committee I was informed by the clerk of the House that it was not necessary to ask the concurrence of the House in the action of the committee in obtaining this gentleman's services for this purpose, but it was thought better to do it and for this reason this present concurrence is being asked.

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