I am sorry I cannot give my hon. friend the information at the moment. As a matter of fact, the gasoline, oil, grease and anti-freeze for overseas are all under a
capitation rate with the British government; that is to say, it is all paid on a per diem basis. The cost of fuel gasoline in Canada is something like $4,000,000. Part of the oil is for fuel and part is for lubricating, but I cannot break it down.
I said the item was $30,000,000 altogether; of that, $24,000,0000 represents estimated overseas expenditures. I cannot break that down for the committee into oil, gasoline and anti-freeze, because that $24,000,000 is based on what we call a capitation rate, which we pay the British government for servicing our troops at so much a day. They provide the oil, lubricants, and everything else. They do not measure out the gallons. They say, "We will provide you with oil, lubricant, anti-freeze and so on at a per diem rate." I have here the amount for gasoline in Canada. It is $4,000,000.