think the Minister of Trade and Commerce will have to discontinue his remarks. The main point of order is certainly of very great importance and has, I must say, taken me quite by surprise-I only got back from Quebec to-day-and I would rather reserve my ruling on it until to-morrow.
If the Minister of Trade and Commerce is permitted to make his suggestions to the House other members will claim the same privilege in which case a discussion would be had forthwith on the motion of the hon. member for Kamouraska. I think it is the desire of the House to postpone the discussion until to-morrow. With regard to the point of order raised by the hon. member for Moosejaw, at first glance I do not think it is well taken, but I should prefer to study the point and reserve my ruling until to-morrow.