Hon. J. G. GARDINER (Minister of Agriculture) :
Yesterday on the orders of the day the hon. member for Wellington North (Mr. Menary) asked a question with regard to the shipment of poultry products to the United States and the United Kingdom. The answer is as follows:
Poultry Products Shipped to British Ministry of Food
Dried egg powder
27,575,763 lb $33,970,555
Dressed poultry 1,973,- -
089 lb 774,007
Dried egg powder to Dee. 1/45 14,846,837
*Shell eggs "fresh" 27,635,670 doz 10,689,787
Shell eggs storage 12,953,790 doz 6,037,109
Hon. IAN A. MACKENZIE (Minister of Veterans Affairs) moved the second reading of and concurrence in amendments made by the senate to bill No. 240, to provide rehabilitation allowances for veterans.
He said: If hon. gentlemen will look at page 490 of the Votes and Proceedings they will find the amendments. They are purely matters of clarification, and I think an improvement on the phraseology adopted by this house.
Motion agreed to; amendments read the second time and concurred in.
The house in committee of supply, Mr. Macdonald (Brantford City) in the chair.
Subtopic: ALLOWANCES FOR TEMPORARILY UNEMPLOYED -CONCURRENCE IN SENATE AMENDMENTS