I have been asked by an hon. member in his seat to name them. I shall mention one person by name who brought this matter to my attention very recently. It was Dr. C. P. Wright who is British, who holds a Ph.D. degree and who has scholarly background in juridical matters and British constitutional procedure. Some time ago I placed on the order paper question 359 relating to the printing and the distribution of the bill of rights or the so-called bill of rights, since, when we examine the document in question of which 20,000 copies have been distributed all over Canada, we find that it really is not the bill of rights at all but is only a part of the bill of rights.
It actually appears to be part I but it is not that alone. The art work is of the finest. It is a tribute to the abilities of the artists on the staff of the Queen's printer, particularly Yvonne Diceman. If we take the answers given by the Secretary of State the other day it would appear that the idea was that of Yvonne Diceman and the Queen's printer alone.
Here is a document which has gone all over the country in volume. It has gone to many schools and many areas where there are new Canadians and people with very limited knowledge of legal and constitutional matters and civil liberties. Here we have a part of the act with the most beautiful art work possible. The heraldic work is excellent. But with part I of the act there is also an extract from the speech of the Prime Minister, with the words underneath, "The Right Honourable John G. Diefenbaker, Prime Minister of Canada, House of Commons Debates, July 1, 1960". In ink of another colour is the signature of the Prime Minister and it would appear as though he had signed each individual copy.
Subtopic: SECRETARY OF STATE