I do not know what
your ruling will be, Mr. Speaker. I have not my words before me. I do not desire to cause any embarrassment to the chair. I am not expert in conveying my thoughts, which may be unparliamentary in themselves, in language which is parliamentary. My hon. friend is capable of doing that. What I said this morning I really meant, honestly meant. I believe the hon. member was this morning slandering a civil servant who by virtue of his position is unable to reply, and I stated I knew of my own knowledge that the slander had no foundation. That I cannot qualify.
Topic: CENTRAL MORTGAGE BANK
Subtopic: PROVISION FOR INCORPORATION, PURCHASE OF SHARES, GUARANTEE OF DEBENTURES, ETC.