The hon. member for Lincoln came to me yesterday afternoon and asked me if I was going on with the Bill. I said I was ready to proceed with it. He said that as he had not had an opportunity to examine it since it had been reprinted, he asked me if I would postpone it until next week. I told him that I thought it would be well to have a day fixed for the consideration of the Bill, and he then agreed, as I understood, to fix Tuesday. It is immaterial to me whether we fix Tuesday or Wednesday, so long as we have an understanding beforehand, in order that other business may be brought up in the interval. I move that the committee rise, report progress, and ask leave to sit again.