Having come down to the year 1924, I point out that no action was taken in 1925, but I will come presently to something more important than that. In 1926 we had the customs inquiry and it will be observed that in the report which was made by the chairman a supporter of the government, the hon. member for St. Henri (Mr. Mercier), it was provided that the investigation should be carried on further to indicate
how far the corruption had gone and how far the iniquities disclosed had prevailed. That is what happened.
Subtopic: REFUSAL OF RELEASES AND CLEARANCES TO COUNTIES WHERE IMPORTATION OF LIQUOR FORBIDDEN