June 14, 1922 (14th Parliament, 1st Session)

LIB

William Frederic Kay

Liberal

Mr. KAY:

The recommendation of the committee was presented to the House on the 26th of May. I can read it to the House, but it will be found in the Votes and Proceedings of that date. It reads:
The select standing committee on Agriculture and Colonization beg leave to present the following as their fifth report:
Tour Committee, having held twenty-two meetings and heard the evidence of nineteen witnesses and having given full consideration to the whole matter referred to them, beg leave to submit the following Resolution as a recommendation, viz.:-
1. That it is desirable in the National Interests that the Government immediately create a National wheat marketing agency for the marketing of the wheat crop of .922.
2. That this agency be given ah the powers of the Wheat Board of 1919 as are within the jurisdiction of Parliament to grant except as they include the direct marketing of flour and other mill products.
3. That an act be passed based tn this resolution, to become effective by Proclamation, as soon as two or more of the provinces have conferred upon this agency such powers possessed by the Wheat Board of 1919 as come within provincial jurisdiction.
Your Committee also submit herewith the Minutes of their Proceedings and the Evidence taken by them.

Topic:   WHEAT MARKETING
Subtopic:   REPORT OP COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE AND COLONIZATION
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