I should like to ask a question respecting section 36 of the act. The pertinent part reads:
36(1) Subject to the provisions of this act and the regulations and under the control and direction of the minister, the board may . . .
(b) In particular cases or classes of cases, from time to time prescribed terms and conditions for permits additional to those prescribed by regulation or prescribed special forms of permits in cases where none is prescribed by regulation.
As I read that section it gives the board the power to make regulations that would override regulations made by the governor in council. It gives the board the right in particular cases to amend or add to regulations, and apparently the regulations that the board makes do not have to be published in the Canada Gazette as do those made by the governor in council under section 35. In what particular cases or classes of cases has this section been acted upon?
Subtopic: CONTINUANCE IN FORCE UNTIL SIXTY DAYS AFTER OPENING OF FIRST SESSION OF PARLIAMENT IN 1951