with the immigration policy of this country, and I suggest that we are reaching the point where we are not being fair with the immigrants who have been brought here.
I have another case, in connection with which I made inquiries of the department. This man was a printer who was arrested as he was about to enter Canada after spending some time in the sanatorium of the International Typographical Union at Colorado Springs. This man, by name James Reid, was ordered to be deported, and died in New York on Friday, May 29, before the deportation order could be made effective. I was told by the department that had this case been appealed, the man probably would have been allowed to die in this country. This man had been living in the city of Toronto where his brother and sister are located; he was sent to a sanitorium and when it was found that he was not doing so well he was sent to the sanatorium at Colorado Springs. When it was obvious that he had not very much longer to live he decided to come back to die at his sister's home, but he was refused entry to Canada. I suggest that in cases of this kind a little humanity should prevail.