February 18, 1937 (18th Parliament, 2nd Session)

LIB

Joseph Oscar Lefebre Boulanger

Liberal

Mr. BOULANGER (Translation):

If you
will permit me, I shall quote the rule to which I have just referred in English, because I have not the French version before me. Here is what rule 41 says:
No member shall speak disrespectfully of His Majesty, nor of any of the Royal Family; nor of the governor or person administering the government of Canada; nor use offensive words against either house, or against any member thereof. No member may reflect upon any vote of the house, except for the purpose of moving that such vote be rescinded.
And a little further, at page 97 of Beau-ohesne's Parliamentary Rules and Forms, number 207:
The imputation of bad motives different from those acknowledged, misrepresenting the language of another or accusing him, in his turn, of misrepresentation, charging him with falsehood or deceit; or contemptuous or insulting language of any kind; all these are unparliamentary and call for prompt interference.
While addressing the house, the hon. member for Portneuf (Mr. Gauthier) stated clearly that those who did not share his views-

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