I was interrupted
by you, Mr. Speaker, while stating my point of order; I was about to state it much more definitely. I do not think that even the
I Mr. Bennett.]
leader of the opposition, with his long parliamentary experience and occupying the prominent position he does, has the right to transgress the rules of this house, as I think he is doing, by designating a member of the house by name. That was why I rose. I do not think he can very well refer to a member of the house in one capacity and in the next breath refer to him in another. It was for that reason I raised the point of order.
Subtopic: MOTION FOB CONCURRENCE IN SECOND REPORT PRESENTED APRIL 8, 1937