Right. Hon. Mr. MACKENZIE KING:
I think the 'hon. Minister of National Defence (Mr. Macdonald) suggested' to my hon. friend that he should indicate more in particular the information he wanted, inasmuch as the motion as it stands would involve a great deal of research and Icopying. Perhaps my hon. friend would let the matter stand until he has a chance of conferring with the minister.
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