Sir WILFRID LAURIER:
Mr. Speaker, I rise to a point of order. The hon. gentleman (Mr. Rogers) is speaking to a question of privilege. I submit to you, Sir, that it is not in order for him to impugn the character of the commmissioner. He can dispute the commissioner's conclusions, if he wants to, but he has no right to impugn the character of the commissioner.
Subtopic: STATEMENT BY THE HON. ROBERT ROGERS.