Mr. Chairman, I rise to a point of order. This afternoon the acting leader of this group endeavoured to place before the house a matter which was of some considerable importance and requested specifically from the Prime Minister the privilege of discussing first the Minister of Labour's report; but, on account of the fact that a certain arrangement had been made, the Prime Minister's decision was that consideration should be given to the reports of the ministers in the order in which they reported. Our understanding was that the report of the Minister of Munitions and Supply would be considered specifically at this time. That minister is in his seat and prepared to discuss matters pertaining to his department. The speeches which have been made to-day are very good, but in my opinion are valueless unless the ministers who will answer the criticisms made are in their places for that purpose. I just want to draw that to the attention of the chairman. If it is the intention now to ignore the ruling made this afternoon, it seems to this group as though there is rank discrimination in that respect. We were held definitely to that rule. Up to the present the speakers who have taken the floor have made absolutely no reference to the department of the minister who is in his seat for the purpose of answering questions that may be raised with regard to his report. I bring that to the attention of the Chair because we desire to discuss some matters pertaining to the report of the Minister of Munitions and Supply, and to carry on as we are doing is a waste of time and, certainly, not constructive.