It is reassuring to hear the words of the hon. member for Rosedale (Mr. Jackman). The practice of selling bonds to the chartered banks and war savings certificates to the government will probably increase, and I think the minister should do everything possible to stop this. One way for him to do it would be to make a broadcast emphasizing the importance, as he has done in this house, of these bonds and war certificates and emphasizing the fact that their sale is for the purpose of curtailing the spending money of the people. He should point out that when bonds or savings certificates are sold to the banks or the government that purpose is defeated and that if the people persist in the practice, the government will be forced to increase taxation. If the government could make that statement, it would go a long way toward preventing that practice, and at the same time it would not hurt the sale of bonds or certificates.
Subtopic: INCOME WAR TAX ACT