has no connection whatever with the abrogation of proprietary rights. Section 12 is a provision that was inserted in the present Act at the suggestion of my hon. friends opposite who rather thought at that lime that there might be a possibility that the extraordinary powers of acquirement which are given to the Governor in Council might be used to the undue advantage of the owners of timber limits, and a provision was put in to say that the rights of limit holders should not be acquired. I hardly think that the section is necessary, but we simply preserve it in this Bill, as it was in the original. We have no objection to its being there, as we do not think it would be a wise policy to undertake to acquire these timber limits. We had not that in contemplation when we framed this Bill, and therefore, we preserved this section in the Bill.