containing potatoes for sale in Canada, shall contain as nearly as praticable seven thousand and fifty-six cubic inches; and the Governor in Council may make regulations as to quality, form and dimensions of containers, and penalties for violation of the regulations.
5. That no person shall sell, or offer, expose or have in his possession for sale, potatoes packed in a barrel, for sale by the barrel, unless such barrel is well and properly filled.
6. That inspectors may enter upon any premises to make examination of any potatoes suspected of being marked or packed in violation of these provisions, and may detain any shipment of potatoes for examination, in respect of which he has reasonable grounds, for believing there is a violation of these provisions, upon giving notice thereof to the owner.
7. That provision be made for the marking, grading and inspection of onions, offered for sale by the bag, crate, or package ; excepting what are commonly termed "green onions," and not applying to onions imported into Canada, nor when compliance would prevent the sale or exportation of onions to any foreign market.
8. That similar provisions as to false representation, and as to diseased or otherwise depreciated onions, and as to seizure, confiscation and examination of onions, be enacted as proposed in the case of potatoes.
9. That all potatoes, onions, artichokes, beets,
carrots, parsnips and turnips offered for sale, shall be sold by the unit one standard pound avoirdupois' Provided that when any of the foregoing vegetables are offered for sale with the top leaves attached, commonly termed by the trade "green vegetables," this provision shall not apply. , , ,
10. That penalties be enacted for violation of the proposed legislation and for the procedure to be adopted in prosecutions therefor.