No, I had not overlooked that. I am quite willing to concede that in these cases they did make their living and
$600 in addition according to the evidence of the manager of the Weyburn Security' Bank.
I was very much surprised to hear this for I did not think it was possible. However, would the hon. member w:sh to compare that income with, sav the income of Mr. Tilley when he was acting for the government in the Grand Trunk arbitration-$400 a day and expenses? That is just a little bit too much of a spread. While the farmer had his living during the twelve months he was making his $600, so also had Mr Tilley when he was making his $400 a day.
Subtopic: CONTINUATION OF DEBATE ON THE ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE MINISTER OF FINANCE