Mr. R. L. BORDEN.
I would like to bring to the attention of mj right hon. friend the fact that the printing of the Auditor General's Report is very much delayed. I myself have had occasion to make application for additional copies, and up to the present have been entirely unsuccessful. I believe that that is the experience of hon. gentlemen on both sides. In that connection the Auditor General has been good enough to send me a copy of a letter which he addressed to the Secretary of State :
Dear Mr. Scott,-I think it well to inform you that I never had so much dissatisfaction as this year in connection with the supply of co- : pies of the Auditor General's Report for distri- i bution. You are aware that 2,000 copies of the .