51. Lieut.-Colonel MURRAY
asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the powers granted to His Majesty under the Treaty of Peace Act to do such things as appear to him to be necessary for carrying out the Treaty referred to in the Preamble to the Bill and for giving effect to any of the provisions of the said Treaty, he will say whether, in the event of reservations being made to the said Treaty by His Majesty to the extent that the said Treaty is no longer the Treaty described in the Preamble, it will be necessary to introduce further legislation to enable His Majesty to do such things as appear to him to be necessary for carrying out the Treaty as altered?
§ Mr. BONAR LAW
No. They have not considered what should be done in a case that we hope may not arise.