Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Leader of the Opposition):
Mr. Speaker, I
understood this was a motion which would not be pressed without the unanimous consent of the house. If .there was any prospect in the world of our getting through with the business to-morrow in time for prorogation on Monday I think it might be advisable to have this motion passed, but unless there is that probability it would be infinitely better I think to allow us to reserve our energies for nest week. We have had a very busy week sitting morning, afternoon and night, and unless there was the certainty of our getting through tomorrow I do not think this motion should be pressed. I know that is the feeling of all hon. members on this side.
Subtopic: SATURDAY SITTING