May 4, 1914 (12th Parliament, 3rd Session)

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John William Bell

Mr. BURE ELL:

I do not think my hon. friend need be alarmed about that. So far as I know, there has never been an attempt by any government to impose the slightest hardship in this regard, but it is very difficult to cover all cases in the dairying business without phraseology seeming to cover something that may be illegitimate. The Act will be interpreted by the officers of the department so as not to interfere with anybody carrying on a reasonably proper business.

Topic:   BUTTER SUBSTITUTES.
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