Mr. ARMAND LAVERGNE (Montmagny).
(Translation.) Mr. Speaker, before the orders of the day are called I wish to rise to a question of privilege relating to a letter written by Dr. Nadeau, medical officer of the immigration branch at Quebec, which I will read before the House because he apparently so desires. Dr. Nadeau is under the impression that in the remarks which I offered the other day upon the question of 1 immigration I did cast insinuations upon
the integrity of the medical men of Quebec who are immigration officers. Here is what he writes to me:
Quebec, April 21, 1908. My dear Lavergne,-My attention has just been called to a report which ' I/Aetion Sociale ' of the 18th instant has given of a speech purpoted to have been lately delivered by yon in the House upon the question of immigration.
Following is the report of ' L'Action Sociale:'
Subtopic: SALVATION ARMY IMMIGRANTS.