May 26, 1924 (14th Parliament, 3rd Session)


William Lyon Mackenzie King (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)


Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Prime Minister):

I beg to lay on the
Table copies of telegrams between the British and Canadian governments with respect to the Lausanne Conference and the Lausanne Treaty. I move:
That 1,500 copies in the English language and 750 in the French language of the telegrams exchanged between the British and the Canadian governments in connection with the Lausanne Conference and Treaty, laid on the Table of the House this day, be printed forthwith, and that rule 74 in relation thereto be suspended.
The House may recollect I mentioned last week that I would anticipate the passing of this motion, and for the convenience of members arrange to have copies of the correspondence printed. They are now printed and will be available in the office of the distribution Clerk for any members who may wish to have them.

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