Order, please. I regret having to interrupt the hon. member. There is no limit on the extended time which he is allowed and he can speak much longer if he wishes to do so, but I have some doubts whether at least parts of the speech he is now making are within the terms of the motions before us. It seems to me that the approach of the hon. member is in relation to the principle of the bill itself, rather than to the principle of the motions now before us. In the time remaining at the hon. member's disposal he might relate his remarks to the motions under consideration.
Subtopic: FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING AGENCIES BILL
Sub-subtopic: ESTABLISHMENT OF NATIONAL MARKETING COUNCIL AND AGENCIES