Sir WILFRID LAURIER.
I would not like to give any precise information to my hon. friend (Mr. Roche). The hon. gentleman will have all the information within a very few days; four or five days at the most, In the absence of the Minister of Justice who is in charge of that measure I do not think I would be justified in pretending to give him the particular character of the legislation which my hon. friend asks me about. I may say also that I forgot to mention that we propose to introduce a Bill to give effect to the decision of the Railway Committee of the Privy Council, given in January last with regard to the railway crossing over Yonge Street in the city of Toronto. This decision was rendered by the Railway Committee of the Privy Council in the month of January. It should have been rendered by the Privy Council, but through some clerical error it did not come before the Privy Council at the time, and when it did come before the Privy Council, the Railway Committee of the Privy Council had ceased to exist. We therefore have to introduce legislation simply to give effect to the decision of the Railway Committee of the Privy Council.