Right Hon. L. S. ST. LAURENT (Acting Prime Minister): May I be permitted to say a word of explanation with respect to the order of business to-day? Hon. members will recall that last night I stated that the Minister of Veterans Affairs would like, if it were agreeable to members of the house, to advance one stage the resolutions dealing with the legislation resulting from the recommendation of the committee on veterans affairs. There are already nine of these resolutions on the order paper-eight in the name of the Minister of Veterans Affairs, and one in the name of the Minister of Finance but dealing with veterans affairs. There are three more of which the text is in the Votes and Proceedings of yesterday, but those Votes and Proceedings have not yet been distributed, so I suggest that this be allowed to stand until three o'clock, when hon. members will have had the Votes and Proceedings and will have seen the other three resolutions which make up the twelve I mentioned last night.