This bill proposes a pretty general revision of the grain act. It involves
some seventy amendments. Most of these merely provide for changes in the method of procedure or something of the kind. I could give a fuller explanation if it were desired at this time, but in view of the fact that it is proposed that the bill be referred to a committee, probably the standing committee on agriculture, I suggest it can be more fully discussed there, especially since members of the board of grain commissioners will be present, and possibly others may be heard as well.
Motion agreed to and bill read the first time.