I move, that the Committee agree with the Seanad in amendment No. 1. This amendment is to the section dealing with the inspection of eggs in transit. Where an inspector calls on a transport company not to proceed further with a package of eggs, it is provided in the section that he should notify the consignor. The object of this amendment is that he should not lose any unnecessary time in notifying the consignor.
Agricultural Produce (Eggs) (No.2) Bill, 1938—From the Seanad.
I move, that the Committee agree with the Seanad in amendment No. 2. This is the section which gives power to the Minister to fix the route of export. This amendment would make it incumbent on the Minister not to use the powers there provided unless for the better inspection of eggs: in other words, that he should not favour one company more than another unless there was a reason arising out of the Act for it.