Mr. J. L. BROWN (Lisgar):
I wish to ask a question of the Minister of Marine (Mr. Duranleau). I have received a number of letters protesting against the action of the Radio Commission in banning Judge Rutherford's lectures. I may say most of the letters have been sympathetic towards Judge Rutherford, but to-day I received one from a friend who is not an admirer of Judge Rutherford's lectures, but who has frequently asked just what the situation is. I should like to know, myself, just what measure of responsibility, if any, the government has in the matter. I should like to know further, if in the event of placing a motion for the production of papers on the order paper, any documents could be had? Perhaps the Min-* ister of Marine (Mr. Duranleau) would make a brief statement as to what the exact situation is.
Subtopic: BAN PLACED BT RADIO COMMISSION ON SPEECHES THROUGH CANADIAN STATIONS