Probably my hon. friend (Mr. Monk) was absent when this subject was dealt with before. When the resolution which established the principle of this Bill was before the House it was very fully considered, and I think that Sir F. W. BORDEN.
all tlie information for which my hon. friend lias now asked was given at that time. However, there is no reason why I should not answer the hon. gentleman's questions to-day.
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