March 29, 1901 (9th Parliament, 1st Session)

IND

Arthur W. Puttee

Independent Labour

Air. PUTTEE.

AA'hen this Bill was introduced, as I understood the hon. minister's explanation, it was the intention to have it apply to the domestic or North-west tra'de, and I would like to know how far this is being provided for under this clause. It seems to me that clause 4 provided only for the marking of packages with the initials, the variety and the grade, the same as is done now in our domestic trade, while clause 6, which calls for the grading, is limited to the export trade.

Topic:   WAYS AND MEANS-EMPLOYMENT OF CHINESE AND JAPANESE.
Subtopic:   INSPECTION OF FRUIT PACKAGES.
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