Mr. VINCENT DUPUIS (Chambly-Rou-ville):
Mr. Speaker, yesterday, at the request of the leader of the opposition (Mr. Hanson) the motion for concurrence in the first report of the joint committee on printing was allowed to stand. To-day I had the advantage of seeing a list of the documents some hon. members want to have printed. I have looked over that list, and from my experience I would say that most of the documents requested to be printed are returns, and generally speaking are of local interest. I do not believe it is the practice to print that type of material; this is the first time I have heard it suggested. Nevertheless, so that justice may be done to every hon. member, the question could be submitted to the committee again for its decision, and any action taken by the members of the committee will be agreeable to me.
Subtopic: MOTION FOR CONCURRENCE IN FIRST REPORT OF JOINT COMMITTEE