smith asked :
On tn0lllPartm gov®rnment inspector examined the « outw *1Us *n whicli apples were stored W, fe'lowino.' v°yage from Canadian ports, on n, 'an. '"8 vessels -
Tunisbi vessels :-Ionian, Parisian, O11-Lait„ 1ester Vn ' Peruvian* Bavarian, Pretorian, Mo TErie jt ty- Manchester Shipper, Ulunda, Can-^he ' ni®ta>
Kensington, Mount Tem-2 J 1 tnplain, Southwork, Montcalm,
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aporajj stem of mechanical ventilation was
in*t , uiet
vessel, if any ?
MSIIER (Minister of Agfa'' The (
' the i\V,;uian was fitted with Sirocco Vo„P.Per anchester City and Manchester ed with Gibb's patent 0 electric fans. The Pretorver
ian. Kensington, Southwork, Canada, Ontarian, and Montcalm had cooled air compartments. All the other vessels named in tne first question had only the ordinary system of cowl ventilation.