April 22, 1918 (13th Parliament, 1st Session)

UNION

Herbert Sylvester Clements

Unionist

Mr. H. S. CLEMENTS:

In conclusion, I would like to say a word. I appreciate very much indeed the acceptance of the resolution by the Government, and I sincerely hope that legislation along the line of the resolution will be brought down ere long. I have no thought of replying to the hon. member (Mr. McKenzie), who has just taken his seat. I came into this House some four years before the hon. member did, and neither he, nor any one else, can accuse me of ever being a partisan in this House. I should like to have seen the hon. member for once in his life, when dealing with this resolution, get away from that partisanship which he always exhibits. That is all I have to say to the remarks of the hon. gentleman.
Motion of Mr. Clements agreed to.
On the motion of Mr. Doherty for the adjournment of the House:

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