Surely we are not going to begin at this stage to get in a general principle, if it is a general principle, which will destroy this bank. I know some of the men who are in the bank. The very name of Mr. John F. Stairs should be sufficient for hon. gentlemen opposite, and to handicap a bank at the start while all other banks have no such handicap whatever is the wrong,way to get at it. If the hon. gentleman thinks the banking system is not right why does he not submit a general proposition to amend the Banking Act, instead of just at the end of a Bill incorporating a company composed of such gentlemen as these are. headed by Mr. Stairs, proposing an amendment which will destroy the usefulness of the bank.