Edmund Davie Fulton
Mr. E. D. Fulton (Kamloops):
Mr. Speaker, I should like to suggest to the hon. member that he consider allowing this motion to stand until Monday. As I listened to the presentation of the report the only recommendation heard was that leave be granted to the committee to sit while the house is sitting. I may be wrong, but I was under impression that we were also to ask for leave to authorize the chairman to have as many copies of our proceedings printed as he might determine from time to time. I did not hear any reference to that in the report which he presented.
I think it is important that we should get on with the printing of the proceedings of the committee. I have some misgivings as to concurrence at this stage in a report which recommends only that the committee be permitted to sit while the house is sitting. Would the hon. member consider withholding the motion for concurrence until tomorrow or a week from Monday next so that the question of printing may be further examined?