after the Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Gardiner) had made his remarks on his two resolutions, I suggested that when the two bills were brought down they, together with the resolution of the Minister of Trade and Commerce, might go before the committee on agriculture. I believe this resolution, which has to do with the marketing of grain, might also go before that committee. I am anxious that this shall be carefully considered. I was disappointed with much the minister said yesterday, and I feel that every opportunity should be given for full discussion. I have no objection to the resolution being reported this afternoon, but I make that suggestion.
Subtopic: SUPERVISION AND REGULATION OF TRADING IN FUTURES ON WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE