September 14, 1903 (9th Parliament, 3rd Session)

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The PRIME MINISTER.

I quite agree with my hon. friend that it is not very convenient to proceed with the discussion of this Bill until hon. members have had the opportunity of reading it and thinking it over. But I can assure him that there is no statement needed by the Auditor General which has not been furnished him. That at any rate is the opinion of the Department "of Justice. There is no difficulty on that score except what the Auditor General sees fit to create himself, and I am not saying this offensively or with any desire to reflect on him. or the stand he has taken.

Topic:   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE AND AUDIT ACT AMENDMENT.
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