Mr. ST. LAURENT: Those are not the
exact words-or for purpose of manning an establishment under their own control? The answer to that question is in paragraphs 2 and 5 of the Prime Minister's declaration of February 12, 1947. Paragraph 2 reads:
General cooperation and exchange of observers in connection with exercises and with the development and tests of material of common interest.
Paragraph 5 says:
. . . without impairment of the control of either country over all activities in its territory.
That is the purpose for which they are here.
Subtopic: UNITED STATES-DISCIPLINE AND INTERNAL ADMINISTRATION WHEN IN CANADA