Hon. L. P. BRODEUR (Minister of Marine and Fisheries).
I do not know to what particular question my hon. friend (Mr. Maddin) has referred. He may be aware that during the session the newly appointed Committee on Marine and Fisheries ha3 investigated this whole question of the lobster fisheries, and that it is proposed that during the recess, the clerk of the committee should go on with that investigation, meeting the fishermen and the others interested, in order that the House may be properly informed on all matters pertaining to the subject. With that information, of course, the committee, and the government also, probably would take some action.