For tomorrow, we shall take any third readings that are on the order paper, and then the following items-and I shall name nine of them. Most of them have been before the house earlier and I presume everyone is ready to discuss them. If the order is to be altered, both parties on the other side will be informed in good time tomorrow morning. Tentatively, however, I put them in this order: 1, the resolution on the electoral boundaries commission, which has already been discussed; 2, Bill No. C-86, the amendment to the British North America Act concerning the Senate; 3, the resolution which appeared today dealing with retirement annuities for senators; 4, Bill No. C-79, the Customs Act amendment; 5, the copyright convention in the name of the Secretary of State; 6, the resolution concerning the Freight Rates Reduction Act; 7, the Currency, Mint and Exchange Fund Act; 8, the resolution dealing with crown corporations; and 9, the supplementary estimates. Just to repeat, may I say if that order is to be altered early notice will be given tomorrow morning to the opposite side.