McCRANEY (Saskatoon! moved:
That the first report of the Select Standii Committee on Standing Orders, presented c tne 5tn inst., be now concurred in.
He said: On Friday last when this report was presented, the hon. leader of the opposition made some inquiry as to whether any undertaking would be required from the promoters of the Bill. I have received from the clerk of the Committee on Standing Orders the following memorandum:
?ouse might be informed that the clerk of the Railway Committee, in the case of special reports being made by the Select Standing Committee on Standing Orders in connection with notices found defective, usually directs the attention of the chairman of the former committee, and I presume the same course will be followed in the present case when the Bill comes up for consideration.