1. Is the government aware of difficulties arising among residents of Ontario and Quebec over the exact location of the boundary line between these two provinces on lake St. Francis and the river St. Lawrence?
2. Is the government in possession of any old maps showing the exact location of the interprovincial boundary line between Ontario and Quebec on lake St. Francis and the river St. Lawrence?
3. If not, can it point to any act or statute, save the statutes of Upper Canada and those of Lower Canada, demarcating this boundary line?
4. In view of the islands in this vicinity owned by the government as trustees for the Indians, is it not desirable that it should be known whether these islands are in Ontario or in Quebec waters?
5. Has a commission ever been set up to delineate this line? If so: (a) by whom, and (b) what was done?
6. Were the commissioners able to agree on the whole or any part of this boundary line?
7. If the commissioners were unable to agree, can the government not do something to bring about a solution of this boundary dispute?
8. Could the government not invite the provinces to submit the question to the Supreme Court of Canada for adjudication?
Subtopic: ONTARIO-QUEBEC BOUNDARY LINE ON LAKE ST. FRANCIS AND ST. LAWRENCE RIVER