William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council)
Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Prime Minister):
I should like to say just one word. I agree with my hon. friend in what he says as to the privilege of hon. members having their speeches reprinted, but I hope he will agree with me that hon. members have gone much' further than that in what they have expected the printing bureau to do and in what they have had the bureau do. They have not confined the reprinting to the reprinting of a speech but have arranged for a printed1 cover, for photographs, headings, and the like which have nothing whatever to do with reprinting the speech. May I also say this, that frequently speeches have been reprinted with parts of the speech altogether omitted without giving any indication that this has been done. That I think is entirely wrong and should not be permitted.
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