It is not a question of objection. So far as I am concerned I have none. It is my duty as a member of the committee to direct attention to what has been done. I am content with whatever this committee does, because it is the judge of its own conduct and its own procedure with respect to this matter, but it must be remembered that the rules provide that a public document which is referred to shall be tabled in order that all hon. members may see the whole of it.