Hon. W. D. EULER (Minister of Trade and Commerce):
With regard to the amendments made by the senate to Bill No. 63, to amend the Canadian Wheat Board Act, 1935, I move:
That the amendments made by the senate to Bill No. 63 be concurred in and that a consequential amendment be made to the said bill by striking out the words "Fort William" in lines 1 and 2 on page 2 and substituting therefor the words "Fort William, Port Arthur or Vancouver."
The reason for this amendment is that while the word "Vancouver" was placed in another clause the senate apparently omitted
to make the corresponding correction in a succeeding clause. The amendment is merely consequential.
Topic: CANADIAN WHEAT BOARD ACT, 1935 POWERS OF BOARD RESPECTING THE MARKETING OF WHEAT-INITIAL PAYMENT OF 70 CENTS A BUSHEL CONCURRENCE IN SENATE AMENDMENTS