Sir GEORGE PERLEY:
So far as I am concerned I do not think we ought to alter the method by which we have dealt with senate amendments. Any proposed change of the rules of procedure in that regard is something we ought to debate at length and deal with very carefully. It seems to me that hon. members should be satisfied with the senate amendments. The Minister of Finance has gone into them carefully and made up his mind that with only two exceptions there is every reason why we should concur. The object we have in mind is to try to have the bill become law before adjournment in order that it may come into force.
Subtopic: CONSIDERATION OP SENATE AMENDMENTS