I am aware that the recommendations in regard to health have been taken note of by the quarantine officers and that a great deal of good has resulted from the regulations drawn up by the officer in charge of that Act. That strengthens my argument that the other regulations of the commission could very well be taken up, and probably the rules and regulations laid down in the Department of Agriculture could be attached to the rules and regulations applying to other matters and grievances that have not so far been given any force at all. The matters of the pay, the transportation, and the general care of the men should not be left absolutely at the mercy of the camp bosses and sub-contractors. In bringing this matter before the government, it was my hope to accomplish something, not to embarrass them at all. It seems to me that it should be a valuable suggestion at this time, that if something is not done there will be abuses, there will be agitation, and probably royal commissions, who will report as usual after the fact, when the report is simply useful for reading, and that is all.