I shall read it again to
the hon. member. Of course, 'he will see it to-morrow in Hansard. The value of the 1932-33 decrease in home consumption of apples sold by the barrel at the prices pre-
vailing in 1933 amounted to $2,601,358. From that we have deducted the surplus of the exports of 1933 over those of 1930, amounting to $2,050,494, leaving a total loss to the apple producer of $550,864.
Subtopic: ORGANIZATION TO IMPROVE METHODS AND PRACTICES IN MARKETING NATURAL PRODUCTS