Mr. Chairman, I do not see how the hon. member for Renfrew South can state that a layman cannot express any view about this branch. It is all composed of laymen, and therefore we are all on a common ground.
On the other hand, sir, now that you have had time to check by the book of rules, I would ask you please to make your decision on the imputation of personal motives to the member for Temiscouata by the hon. member for Renfrew South. Has an hon. member the right to impute personal motives to any other member?
Before I take my seat, allow me to say that I am wholly in favour of the fight against narcotics; but it is not carried on by that branch, it is done by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, where they have chemists who can do their own job and do not have to transfer the whole thing to another department.