As I understand my hon. friend from Toronto, he wished to have time to draft a clause which will protect not only the municipality of Toronto but municipalities generally.
On section 194,
Whenever any municipality desires to obtain means of drainage, or the right to lay water pipes, or other pipes, temporarily or permanently, through, along, upon, across or under the railway, or any works or lands of the company, such municipality may make application for leave therefor to the board, and upon such application, shall submit to the board a plan and profile of the portion of the railway to be affected, and the board may grant such application, and may order how, when, and on what terms and conditions such drainage may be effected, or pipes laid, and thereupon such municipality may construct the works necessary to carry out such order under the supervision of such official as the board designates, or, at the option of the company, if>
communicated to the board upon the hearing, the company may be
ordered by the board to construct such works, and carry out such directions, under the like supervision.