Of course, I could not
name those features; I might as well place the reports on the table. The committee has dealt with many questions of international importance, and a great deal of the matter of the reports is intended1 merely for the use of the National Advisory committee when the proper time comes, or as advice to the government with respect to what action it should take on certain matters. There is also argument in these reports which, I think my right hon. friend (Mr. Meighen) will agree with
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me, should not be made public at the present time.