My hon. friend says that the local market has all the diseased meat thrown upon it. If it has, that is due to the laxity of provincial or municipal inspection. The municipal authorities have JuM as much power to inspect as the Dominion Agricultural Department, and if taey do not do it, it is their own fault, and I must protest against responsibility being thrown on the Dominion parliament or the Dominion government for a duty which is the duty of the provincial authorities. If that is to be thrown upon us we ought to assume the whole range of provincial legislation and administration. I must protest against the idea that because the provincial government do not do their duty therefore this government should do that duty. If it is their duty, and they neglect it then it becomes the duty of the provincial electors, and supporters of whatever government it may be, Liberal or Conservative, to force that provincial government to do its duty, and not to appeal to the administration of this government to perform a duty which is essentially provincial or municipal. It is our duty to deal with the export trade, and we are trying to do it, and do it effectually, and I believe to-day that the complaints which are being made are largely due to the fact that the local inspection is not as severe as our inspection. Severity of inspection is quite in line with what my hon. friend has said, and I take it he is supporting me in making a severe, and properly efficient inspection. If the local authorities are not doing the same thing, that is no reason why I should be asked to do their duty, and their work.