February 25, 1944 (19th Parliament, 5th Session)

LIB

Thomas Vien (Speaker of the Senate)

Liberal

Mr. SPEAKER:

May I address the house
for a moment? This morning a meeting was held of the committee considering the rules of the house. We have proceeded to some considerable extent in our deliberations. It was thought however that some hon. members who are students of parliamentary procedure might wish to place their views before the committee at its meetings. With this in mind I would ask that any hon. member who wishes to place his views before the committee might forward a letter addressed either to me or to the Clerk of the House of Commons before Tuesday next, when any such letters as may be received will be considered by the committee.

Topic:   SPECIAL COMMITTEE TO ASSIST MR. SPEAKER IN REVISION OF STANDING ORDERS-REQUEST FOR SUGGESTIONS
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