Official Report of Debates Volume 2

Official Report of Debates Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1885 edition. Excerpt: ...HON. Sm ALEX. CAMPBELL--I do not think it is clear, because it says this dispute, which is to be settled by the Chamber of Commerce, must be a dispute arising between an inspector, at a place where there is a Chamber of Commerce, and the owner. It is limited to that. It must be a dispute between the owner and an inspector at a place where there is a board of trade. Now, as in Guysborough there is no board of trade, this clause does not provide for a dispute between the inspector at Guysborough and the purchaser or owner. It wants to be cleared up, I think. How. MR. HOWLAN---Section 11 provides for a dispute where there is no Chamber of Commerce. HON. SIR ALEX. CAMPBELL--Yes, but this sub-section 4 only hits the case of a dispute in a locality where there is a board of trade. It does not hit a dispute between the inspector at a place where there is no board of trade, and the owner. The clause was adopted. On the 9th clause, Hon. SIR ALEX. CAMPBELL--This clause will do away with compulsory inspection. Hon. MR. HOW, LAN--I think that is a very important matter; _it is the most important clause_ in the Bill, and I am only surprised that any inspection bill, having such a clause as that in it, should be placed before Parliament. The only way that I can account for it, is, that the bill emanates from a department that does not know anything about fish. It is a bill which should have emanated from the Fisheries Department. We have several Inspection Acts scattered through the Statutes, starting from the first bill introduced. I think, by the Marine and Fisheries Department, and which was a very good Act. It was an Act compiled from the American Acts, from the French Acts and from the English Acts, and worked very well indeed--so much so, that more

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  • Paperback | 452 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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