May 29, 1951 (21st Parliament, 4th Session)

PC

Edmund Davie Fulton

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Fulton:

If I may be permitted to say a word, I would ask the committee to look at pages 3491 and 3492, where I made the following remarks.
Since it is close to eleven o'clock, Mr, Chairman, will the minister accommodate us by allowing us to call it eleven o'clock and give this matter consideration overnight?
I m-ade that request under the impression that clause 1, on which this point has been raised, and to which I was asking that consideration be given, was still before the committee.

Topic:   PETITION OF RIGHT ACT
Subtopic:   ABOLITION OF GOVERNOR GENERAL'S FIAT
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