Quite so, I see the point. It seems to me in cases of this kind we ought as far as possible to make enactments of a general nature so as to avoid particularizing. I hate to get down to details in a matter of this description. It seems to me that we might bear this in mind : We are here creating a province, we are giving to that province certain powers, in these provinces of the Northwest Territories Act, which, shall remain part of their legislation ; those powers that would be matters of Dominion concern would not pass to them at all. The intention is to give out of the Northwest Territories Act to the province those powers which they might themselves create in the exercise of their provincial authority.