I have no objection to its being transferred, if necessary.
Motion transferred to notices of motion.
This is the way that standing order 51 was interpreted in those days, and that is the reason why earlier in the session I made certain appeals to hon. members. I did so because I think that we have got away from the practice intended in those days, which practice was followed almost consistently until about 1935, I believe.
Subtopic: MOTION FOR PAPERS
Sub-subtopic: CURRIE REPORT-ACCOUNTING IRREGULARITIES