' Mr. PRICE:
1. What amount of money has been spent by the government or the Canadian National Railways on the docks, buildings, tracks, or property appertaining thereto at Portland, Maine, since the acquisition of the Grand Trunk railway property, to make it a more suitable port for export and import traffic?
2. How many tons of freight were imported and exported through this port for movement by the Canadian National Railways for the years 1924-25?
3. What amount of tonnage, both export and import, was handled by the Canadian National Railways through the port of St. John in the same years?
Hon. Mr. DUNNING *
2 and 3. The management does not consider it to fee in the public interest to give this information, which would be useful to competitors of the railway, and detrimental to its business.