3. Was retained 3rd March, 1925, but not in place of Mr. Lafleur.
4. He was not displaced.
5, 6 and 7. $200 per diem for time engaged in inquiry.
8. Yes, but Mr. Symington before accepting this employment explained that he would have to get leave of absence from his firm, as they could not share in any fee from the Dominion government, and Mr. Hudson has no part or share in any fee to be paid to Mr. Symington by the Dominion government.
2. To permit of Netley lake being entered by small boats and flat-bottomed scows. The petitioners represented that there is considerable cordwood and hay on the shores of and adjacent to Netley lake, that settlers and others interested experienced difficulty in having taken out.