Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Prime Minister):
Mr. Speaker, I did not like to interrupt the hon. member (Mrs. Black) when she was speaking, but I am not quite sure whether she was speaking to the notice of motion which stands in her name on the order paper and which, in the ordinary course of events, would have been the first order of business to-morrow. When the hon. member began to speak I assumed she had in mind saying something on the orders of the day. However I imagine the house will grant permission to the Minister of Finance (Mr. Dunning) to answer the hon. member's questions, if he is in a position to do so. Perhaps the minister's answer will cover what the hon. member has in mind.