I rise to a point of order. The hon. gentleman (Mr. Scott) is now aggravating his language or I would not rise to object. He knows quite as well as you do, Mr. Speaker, that you can only allude to a member in this House in connection with his constituency. The hon. gentleman (Mr. Scott) was called to order, and he starts out to break that rule of the House in a worse manner by making an insinuation against the hon. member (Mr. Osier). He acts in defiance of the rule of the House and attempts to put the hon. member (Mr. Osier) in a false position.
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