I suppose so. There is no change in the grade of No. 1 Manitoba hard wheat. The grade of No. 2 Manitoba hard wheat is incorporated with No. 1 Manitoba northern wheat. There is no change in No. 1 Manitoba northern. No. 2 Manitoba northern is unchanged except that the quantity of red fife wheat necessary to the grade is changed from 50 to 45 lbs. The old law is changed to provide that scoured wheat shall not grade higher than No. 3 northern. A new grade of No. 3 Manitoba northern is added to the list, and the grade of No. 2 Manitoba hard and No. 1 Manitoba northern have been consolidated under the name of No. 1 Manitoba northern. These changes are made on the recommendation of the Winnipeg Grain and Produce Exchange and the Standard Board with the result of bringing the grades more within the composition of those of Minnesota and Dakota.
April 16, 1901 (9th Parliament, 1st Session)
Topic: GENERAL INSPECTION ACT AMENDMENT.