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Friday, 8 May 1942

Mr SPEAKER (Hon W M Nairn - Regarding the Parliamentary Library, it is regretted that there has to be any interference with the privileges of honorable members, but I am sure that they will accept any inconvenience in a good spirit if they are satisfied that it is unavoidable in the present situation. The honorable member for Bass (Mr. Barnard) referred to the position of honorable members who remain in Canberra over the week-end. I realize their position, and I shall endeavour to see that the rights of such honorable members are preserved. I shall confer with the President and the Parliamentary Librarian, and I hope that it will be found practicable to give effect to the suggestions made by the honorable member for Bass and the honorable member for Fawkner (Mr. Holt).

Question resolved in the affirmative.

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