July 4, 1935 (17th Parliament, 6th Session)


Richard Bedford Bennett (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council; Secretary of State for External Affairs)

Conservative (1867-1942)


That was the intention.
Then in subsection (e), line 19, add the words "to the minister" after the word "writing," and delete the words "to the minister" at the end of line 19 and the beginning of line 20. This is simply changing the position of the words; the clause will then read "to report in writing to the minister on Friday of each week. Then substitute the word "its" for the word "the" in line 21, the clause then reading, "showing as at the end of the preceding week its purchases and sales of wheat." Then strike out the word "period" in line 21 and substitute the word "week". The clause will then read, "sales of wheat during such week." Then delete the words "to the date of such report" at the end of line 24 and the beginning of line 25. That is already covered by what has been said. "Auditors" should be with a small "a". In clause (f), at the end of line 27, the word "other" should be struck out; there is no need of it.

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