The Minister of Justice seems to have such a clear grasp of the conditions of this Bill that I rise with a good deal of diffidence even to offer a suggestion. I notice that in this ballot there are columns 1, 2, 3 and 4, and that No. 4 contains the words: "I vote for the independent candidate." But there may be three or four independent candidates. There might be a Socialist candidate, a candidate representing the grain growers, or a candidate representing the labour interests. The Australian ballot has the clause: "I vote for the independent candidate whose name is written below." In some of the large centres'-Montreal, 'Toronto or Hamilton, and other cities-there might be three or four independent candidates. It seems to me that the Bill is incomplete in not providing that the name of the particular candidate may be indicated.
Subtopic: FURTHER CONSIDERATION IN COMMITTEE.