No, only to anyone who conducts or manages such a machine. The next amendment is to the minimum wage section which passed this house. When that section was under consideration certain objection was taken to clause (b), which provides:
Everyone is guilty of an indictable offenoe ... who, knowingly:-
(b) permits an employee to work beyond the maximum hours fixed by Ijw or any competent public authority.
I remember that my hon. friend from Wey-burn took strong exception to that clause, and the Senate have seen fit to strike it out. Then at the end of the section we had this general clause:
(h) does any other similar act contrary to law or the rules or regulations of any competent public authority.
The Senate have struck out that clause as well. Then at the request of my hon. friend from Vaneouver-Burrard (Mr. Hanbury) a special clause was inserted in regard to the marking of sawlogs and the placing of initials upon them. The Senate have rewritten the whole clause. We merely amended the clause as it stood then, but the Senate have repealed the present clause and enacted a new clause which probably makes the matter plainer, and it has included the suggestion which passed this house in regard to the initials.
Topic: CRIMINAL CODE AMENDMENT
Subtopic: CONCURRENCE IN SENATE AMENDMENTS