SEXSMITH (East Peterboro) moved for leave to introduce Bill (No. 100) to amend the Adulteration Act. He said: The object is to protect the farmers and others against the sale of comparatively worthless foods which are put on the markets. They have no means of detecting the difference between these foods and others of excellent value. When the Bill comes up for second reading, I shall explain the details and hope to make it clear that it is very essential.
March 9, 1909 (11th Parliament, 1st Session)
Topic: ADULTERATION ACT-AMENDMENT.