I was a member of the
special committee appointed to consider Bill No. 122. We discussed the Bill; we amended it, and a report has been laid on the table of the House. If it is the intention of the Government to incorporate this resolution in that Bill which has been reported as amended by that special committee, this resolution has not been laid before that special committee for discussion, so that it is quite a different matter. The Committee of the Whole, in examining Bill No. 122 on second reading, as Order of the Day No. 29, will have to deal with a resolution which was not discussed by this special committee and with which the report of the special committee does not deal at all. Therefore there might be confusion. We are inr irpor-
ating in Bill No. 122, the conclusions of Select Committees on 'Soldiers' Civil Reestablishment, Pensions, Insurance, etc., which conclusions the special committee appointed to consider Bill No. 122 have no cognizance of.
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