I. Has the government acted upon the recommendation of the special committee, appointed to investigate the administration of the Department of Customs and Excise, as contained in their third and final report on June 18, 1926, as follows:-
"The committee further recommends that as soon as possible regulations be made to prohibit clearance being granted to vessels carrying liquor as cargo sailing from a Canadian port to a United States port; such regulations to make an exception in favour of liquor being imported into the United States in accordance with the laws of that country."
and also as contained in the report of the judicial committee presented on October 15, 1927, as follows: -
"We also express our entire concurrence in the recommendation of the special committee of the House of Commons, as contained in paragraph 10 of the committee's report. An effective method of carrying out the treaty (Canada and the United States) would be to prohibit clearance to vessels of all kinds carrying a cargo of liquor to the United States, contrary to the laws of that country"?
2. If so, what action has been taken?
3. If not, why?
Subtopic: EXPORT OF LIQUOR TO UNITED STATES