The question was considered by the committee, and I do not think there should be any objection to the amendment. It is only a matter of business after all. You have got to make it convenient for the shareholders to attend meetings, and undoubtedly for the majority of them Detroit would be the more convenient centre. We have the same thing at Niagara Falls. The Bridge Company can hold its meetings either in Niagara Falls, Ontario, or in Niagara Falls, New York, but as a matter of fact the shareholders generally meet in Buffalo, that being the most convenient point for the majority of them. The same thing will apply in this case, Detroit will suit the convenience of the majority of the shareholders of this company. I think the clause should carry.