Mr. HANSON (York-Sunbury):
May I say to my right hon. friend that no one has seen these resolutions except myself, and I have just been able to glance through them. They will not be printed and available to hon. gentlemen until noon to-morrow. How can anyone intelligently discuss the principles involved in these resolutions when he has not had time to study them? I do not think we are asking too much when we request that they be allowed to stand over until Wednesday. That would be the usual thing in a budget debate. As a matter of fact more time would be given. The amount of exchange to be saved is not as large as I had hoped, and I do not think the matter is so pressing that we should be asked to proceed with the discussion to-morrow afternoon. If, however, the government insists, I suppose they can force us to go on.