1. What portions indicated by location and mileage, of the eastern division of the Transcontinental Railway were surveyed by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company, taken over by the government, and paid for by the country?
2. What portion of this survey, identified by location and mileage, was rearranged and relocated by Major Hodgins, or any other government engineer ?
3. Was a portion of the section let to J. D. McArthur, re-surveyed, or the survey revised by Major Hodgins, or any government engineer, $ind the location of parts of the line r - - *[DOT] aiter the contract was let to McArthur ?
4. Was the road improved by this change of location? If so, how, and was the cost of the work thereby cut down, and to what extent?