Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Prime Minister):
On the orders of the day
yesterday my hon. friend the leader of the opposition said that he would like to have certain information with respect to some matters given by the Department of National Revenue, and he intimated that he would have a typewritten list of questions placed on the order paper. I have looked through the votes and proceedings but I am afraid my hon. friend has not placed his list of ques-
Australian Treaty-Mr. Rowe
tions there. I should like to proceed on Tuesday next with the bill amending the export Act which appears in my name, and I would not like to be prevented from so doing because the information which my hon. friend desires to have may not have been brought down by that time. It might be well if the leader of the opposition would give me, perhaps this evening if convenient, the list of questions which he desires answered, and I shall endeavour to have the information presented to him in plenty of time before the debate on Tuesday.
Subtopic: REFUSAL OF RELEASES AND CLEARANCES TO COUNTRIES WHERE IMPORTATION OF LIQUOR FORBIDDEN