1. The Department of the Interior complained of eight illustrations at the end of part 6. The two least satisfactory were cancelled and done over again. The King's Printer pointed out at the time that the original photographs, which were supplied by the Department of the Interior, were done by an unsuitable process, and better results could not he expected from them.
2. No, the half tone plates were not made at the Government Printing Bureau.
Of the illustrations which appeared, six were done in the Federal Press office, Ottawa, and the two others were done by the Grip Company, of Toronto. For the six $8.50 each, and for the two $12.50 each was paid.
Subtopic: ILLUSTRATIONS IN REPORT OF INTERIOR DEPARTMENT.