November 30, 1951 (21st Parliament, 5th Session)

SC

John Horne Blackmore

Social Credit

Mr. Blackmore:

To the lawyers it is clear; it is a matter for fun. Well, it would not be a matter of fun to some of the farmers who have a mortgage on their property. We here have some responsibility, and I should like the minister to give information on the amount of work that is done. I do not mind paying this man; I have no objection at all to that, but I do feel that before we vote unanimously on a proposal like this we should get some sort of satisfaction as to whether or not the man is really earning the money.

Topic:   AMENDMENT TO INCREASE MAXIMUM SALARY OF REGISTRAR
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