Mr. W. F. COCKSHUTT (Brantford) moved :
That the Bill be not now read the third time, but that' the same be referred to a special committee to be named by the Prime Minister and that the said committee shall have power to send for persons, papers and records, to examine witnesses on oath and such other powers as may be necessary.
He said : Mr. Speaker, in making this motion I desire to offer but a few' remarks. We have taken exception to various clauses of the Bill from time to time as they have been before the House, and though some few minor amendments have been made, I think that the Bill has not received that attention it should have received. We have called the attention of the hon. Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Fisher) to various points in the Bill