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Thursday, 14 May 1914

The PRESIDENT - The Senate has no control over any papers that may have been laid on the table of the other House, and we can do nothing with them until they are printed and distributed; but with regard to any papers tabled here undoubtedly every honorable senator must have access to them at any time.

Senator Millen - The papers were tabled here.

The PRESIDENT - The Minister informs me that the papers were tabled in the Senate, but they were not ordered to be printed, and as there has not been a meeting of the Printing Committee nothing could have been done with them. I feel sure that the Clerk will make available to any honorable senator the papers for perusal before they are printed.

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