That is later than the 6th August.
November 6, delivered to Arthur I.
Trueman, 40 bonds $ 20,000
November 16, delivered to Dr. Pugsley, 40 bonds 20,000
December 23, delivered to Arthur I.
Trueman, 30 bonds 15,000
January 20, delivered to Dr. Pugsley,
8 bonds 4,000
January 29, delivered to Dr. Pugsley,
105 bonds 52,500
Now, that exhausted the whole issue of $450,000 of bonds. Every one of these bonds was guaranteed, with the exception of the last $52,000, before the Act of 1904 was passed which authorized the guarantee without respect to mileage. That Act was passed on the 18th day of April, 1904-that very suspicious Act which I submitted to the attention of the House last night, an Act which related to another railway entirely distinct from the New Brunswick Coal and Railway Company, but which, in its last section, which scarcely any lawyer and certainly no layman in any legislature would understand, and passed on the last day of the session, provided that the bonds of the New Brunswick Coal and Railway Company could be guaranteed without respect to mileage.