MONTREAL HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.
Motion agreed to, and Bill read the first time.
CANADIAN NAVAL SERVICE-THE ' RAINBOW.' PRIVATE BILLS.
Bill (No. 42) respecting the Collingwood Southern Railway Company.-Mr. Pardee.
Bill (No. 43) respecting a patent of Conduits Company, Limited.-Mr. Clarke (Essex.)
Bill (No. 44) respecting the Laehine, Jacques Cartier and Maisonneuve Railway Company.-Mr. Geoffrion.
Bill (No. 45) respecting the Montreal Park and Island Railway Company.-Mr. Ecrement.
Bill (No. 46) respecting the Ottawa, Northern and Western Railway Company.- Mr. McGiverin.
IMMIGRATION ACT AMENDMENT.
Hon. FRANK OLIVER (Minister of the Interior) moved for leave to introduce Bill (No. 47) to amend the Immigration Act. He said: The Act passed last session has been in operation during the past year. But there are certain passages which have been found to bear a meaning not according to the intent. The purpose of this amending Bill is to provide that the reading in such cases shall be according to the intent. There is no change proposed in any parti-
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY TRAINMEN'S STRIKE.