April 17, 1918 (13th Parliament, 1st Session)

L LIB

Jacques Bureau

Laurier Liberal

Mr. BUREAU:

I think the Bill is a step in the right direction, but the way in which the King ought to be summoned and the place where he should be served ought to be designated in this Bill. It is a question of procedure, and the provision should be in the statute so that we should not have to go to the official Gazette, or write to the Clerk of the Privy Council, to get a copy of the order, to determine by what procedure this law is to be put in force, or in what way the King can Jae summoned or where he can be summoned. A few words added to the Bill would make the required provision. However, iif it is going to delay the passage of the Bill, I am willing to drop the matter.

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