have passed now and these controls, with their attendant offences and penalties, should be removed as quickly as possible. I see no reason why our businessmen should not be allowed to carry out their transactions as they did before the war. In your district, Mr. Chairman, you are not far from the border and you know how difficult it is in Detroit and in the lake Erie and Niagara ports. People have complained to me also. I represent a large commercial constituency and I know that businessmen, large and small, are, as I have said, being simply hamstrung at the present time. No wonder we are not getting consumer goods as rapidly as we should.
Amendment (Mr. Hatfield) negatived; yeas, 17; nays, 57.
Section agreed to.
On section 26-Property.