Yes, they kept on dismissing officials in 1913, 1914, 1915 and other years. To show the variety of dismissals, I see they dismissed light keepers, the Aldershot camp caretaker, and the man in charge of the experimental farm at Nappan, Nova Scotia. Yet the hon. ex-Minister of Agriculture stood up in his place just now and said that nobody in the Department of Agriculture had been dismissed. Why, it is a well known fact that fruit inspectors all over the country were dismissed. My hon. friend the member for Mississquoi told me a few moments ago that every official, fruit inspectors, postmasters, and everybody else in his county were dismissed in 1912. Yet the ex-Minister of Agriculture says there were no dismissals. Fisheries inspectors, immigration inspectors, land agents, engineers, superintendent of Dominion parks-I could go right down five whole columns of the index and show that officials were dismissed from every kind of position. They even went as far as the Yukon to fire officials, and yet they get up here and try and tell us they did not dismiss anybody.