A few days ago a report was received from the Railway Committee to the effect that the preamble of Bill No. 55, to incorporate the Vancouver Terminal Railway Company, had not been proved. The Bill had been opposed by the hon. member for Vancouver (Mr. Stevens), and the counsel for the city of Vancouver had objected to the word ''Vancouver" being included in the Bill. I understand that an arrangement has been come to under which the promoters agree that the word "Vancouver" shall be excluded from the Bill. In order that the Bill may be referred back to the committee, to be considered upon its merits, I beg to move:
That that portion of the seventh report of the Select Standing Committee on Railways, Canals and Telegraph Lines reporting the preamble of Bill No. 55, an Act to incorporate Vancouver Terminal Railway Company, as not
proven, be referred back to the said committee for further consideration.