with the sale of Canadian tobacco in foreign countries ?
2. What was the cost of that trip ?
3. What is the amount paid to Mr. Blaise Dugas, and does that sum cover all that is due to him ?
4. What has been the result of that trip ?
5. If there is a writen report from Mr. Dugas, will it be printed and laid on the Table of this House ?
The MINISTER OF FINANCE (Hon. W.
S. Fielding) :
3. $470.25 paid for time and expenses of trip to Belgium; $146.25 paid for time and expenses collecting samples of tobacco and delivering lectures in Quebec; .$36.50, still due for time and expenses delivering lectures in 1903.
4. Useful information has been obtained and published by means of lectures in the tobacco-growing districts of Quebec.