Mr. TURRIFF moved for leave to introduce Bill (No. 87) to amend an Act to authorize a bounty to volunteers who served the Crown in South Africa. He said: My
object in introducing this Bill is to enable either a South African veteran who has located his half section of land, or his substitute who may have located it, and who afterwards finds that the land is practically worthless, to substitute another hali section within a certain time for the one originally located. At the present time, if one is unfortunate enough to have made that mistake-and a few have done so-he suf-Sir WILFRID LAURIER.
fers a total loss of the value of the warrant.
Motion agreed to, and Bill read the first time.