Mr. Frank Howard (Skeena):
Mr. Speaker, I should like to move a motion pursuant to Standing Order 32(l)(p) relating to the correctness of the records of the House. If it is accepted it is a debatable motion, but I do not desire that there should be any debate except to the extent that it is necessary for me to explain the need for the motion.
On September 15 last, as found on page 7830 of Hansard at the top of the left-hand column, there appears a quotation from a previous edition of Hansard relating to a motion which the House passed on a previous occasion having to do with the subject of fish and game laws as they relate to native Indians. When I rose on that day, September 15, to seek permission to move a motion under Standing Order 43 I did not make any reference to the motion concerning fish and game laws as they relate to native Indians but rather to another motion which the House passed on the same day. Consequently, Hansard has recorded the wrong motion. In order to correct the record, and because a great deal of confusion has been created in the minds of members of the government of British Columbia, who of course did not need this excuse, I have brought this matter before the House.
Subtopic: OFFICIAL REPORT OF DEBATES-REQUEST BY MEMBER FOR SKEENA TO MOVE MOTION TO CORRECT RECORD