Sir WILFRID LAURIER.
I do not know. Perhaps the board may he Canadian. There is no provision in the Act of incorporation, so far as I know, providing that there should be a certain number of British subjects. That may or may not be the case.
If it is the case, I am happy to say I was under a misapprehension. But in that case, the Act to which my hon. friend objects would not have been committed by a Canadian board or sheltered by their authority.