Sir ROBERT BORDEN:
I know that the subject to which my hon. friend (Mr. Trahan) has directed my attention has been under consideration. It is my recollection that no conclusion has been reached in regard to' it. The amount of evidence which has been collected: toy the commission reaches to very great proportions. If I remember correctly, there is a recommendation in the report that the evidence should be divided into volumes and printed. We shall give our best consideration to that recommendation as well as to the representations of my hon. friend, as soon as we possibly can, after prorogation.