Mr. LEMIEUX moved for leave to introduce Bill (No. 104) to amend paragraph (1) of section 2 and paragraphs (n) and (o) of section 9 of the Post Office Act. He said: The object of this Bill is to introduce in the larger post offices of the country a new device called the self stamp selling box. It is a box by which any man, by putting in it a cent or a penny, can get his stamp of that denomination. At the same time, the use of this box saves to the department a large amount of money, as no commission has to be paid to any vendor of stamps. The box has been tried in two or three large post offices in Canada, and is found to be a great advantage to the public, especially in the rush season at Christmas time. It is used in Australia, where the invention was first taken out, and is also largely used in Europe. On the second reading of the Bill I will give fuller explanation.