I do not know that he was consulted any more that the hundreds of other civil servants whose duties were being inquired into. I presume that he was, but I have not heard any question raised on that score. The hon. member for Hamilton (Mr. Barker) has cited a case where, under a letter of credit, the Auditor General has taken exception to a certain claim, and while that matter is before the Auditor General, he says application is made for a further credit, and then the Auditor General objects to giving that credit lest the money be applied to the payment of the disputed accounts. Is that the case 1
September 14, 1903 (9th Parliament, 3rd Session)
Topic: CONSOLIDATED REVENUE AND AUDIT ACT AMENDMENT.