That was in the Bill
which was passed by Congress last session, but it was vetoed by the President, and the Bill which has been introduced during the present session of Congress leaves out the provision of national credit. There are a good many members of Congress who are in hopes that they will be able to get the Bill changed, so as to have the national credit, hut they very much fear that they will not be able to do so, and some are in favour of accepting the Bill without the national credit provision in it. I think if my hon. friend looks at the Bill he will see that I am correct.
Subtopic: G12 COMMONS