I am quite in sympathy with what the hon. member for West Kootenay has said. I saw the parade of the Doukhobors from Yorkton some years after they had arrived in this country. They came through the constituency of Marquette and one cannot compare the wearing of bathing suits with their nudity. I have seen bathing suits from Hollywood and I have also seen these Doukhobors parading through the constituency of Marquette, and the sight of the Doukhobors was most appalling. I am quite in sympathy with driving out of my part of Canada those individuals who will parade nude through the streets. We rounded these men up in Minnedosa and shipped them back to Yorkton. I am sorry my hon. friend has them in Kootenay.
The Minister of Justice said just now, quite properly, that we could always trust to the good sense of judges and juries, but these people are not going to be tried by judges and juries, but upon summary conviction by one or more justices of the peace, and three years' imprisonment is a very heavy penalty to be left to the discretion of two justices of the peace. I do not know any
other section of the criminal code where the penalty is three years' imprisonment on summary conviction.