Is there not also an ambiguity about the proviso which reads:
That all goods imported into Canada after the date of the coming into force of this section which do not comply with the foregoing requirements-
and so on. Well, there are two requirements, and one is that goods capable of toeing stamped sfhall toe stamped. But goods which are not capable of being stamped are classed under this proviso. Therefore I think the wording of the proviso should toe made clearer than it now is. Otherwise it would, in my opinion, preclude all goods whether they were stamped or whether they were not stamped, whether they were capable of being stamped Or incapable of being stamped.
Topic: CUSTOMS TARIFF, 1907, AMENDMENT