Mr. MACKENZIE KING:
-and therefore I cannot speak on the effect of some of these amendments. But a casual glance at the amendments would cause it to appear that under the changes made by the Senate it will
now be possible to violate any act named in section 2 without incurring a greater penalty than an unenforceable order of the commission not to do it again. I do not know whether my right hon. friend sees that possible effect.
Subtopic: CONCURRENCE IN CERTAIN SENATE AMENDMENTS AND NON-CONCURRENCE IN OTHERS