Mr. Speaker, I rise to a point of order. I regret having to do this, because the hon. gentleman is making a helpful and constructive speech, but if I do not take this attitude now I shall be accused, when other members proceed to discuss particular sections, of not having objected to the course now being pursued by the hon. gentleman. I am following the hon. gentleman's speech with close interest, but he is now discussing particular sections and that is certainly contrary to the rules of the house. We are now debating the principle of the bill. There will be ample opportunity when we are in committee for the hon. gentleman to make what I know are suggestions which he has carefully considered and which may help the house materially in considering the provisions of the bill as they now stand.
Subtopic: NATIONALITY, NATURALIZATION AND STATUS OF ALIENS