In the fourth edition of Bourinot, at page 535, I find the following:
It is perfectly in order to propose any amendment made by the one bouse to a bill of the other house, provided it is "consequential" in its nature, that is to say, consequent upon, or relevant to the amendment under consideration.
As I understand the proposed amendment, the only change contemplated is in some words
Canadian Wheat Board Act
and not in the principle of the bill, and therefore I am of opinion that the procedure with respect to the amendment is in order.
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