Mr. J. A. SEXSMITH (East Peterborough) presented the first report of the Select Standing Committee on Agriculture and Colonization as follows:. '
The Select Standing Committee on Agriculture and Colonization present the following as their first report:
Your Committee reports for the information of the House, the following evidence taken during the current session of Parliament: The
evdence of Mr. J. H. Grisdale, Director of Dominion Experimental Farms, on "Farm management of Dominion Experimental Farms", and on the "Feeding and Raising of Stock" and would recommend that 25,000 copies of said evidence he printed in separate pamphlet form, for distribution forthwith in the usual numerical proportions of English and French, and that rule 74 with reference thereto be suspended. Your Committee would further recommend that it be divided into the following numbers, viz. 22,000 to Members of Parliament, 2,800 to the Department of Agriculture and 200 to the use of the committee.
That the first report of the Select Standing Committee on Agriculture and Colonization, relating to the printing of evidence taken before them during the current session of Parliament, be concurred in, in accordance with the recommendation of the committee in said report.