2. Seized, 94; confiscated, 65.
3. The assistant commissioner of customs under the authority given him by the minister under the provisions of section 174 of the Customs Act rendered decision in this case forfeiting the radio. This is the regular procedure established for dealing with such cases.
5. Decision was rendered on January 21,1937.
6 and 7. By statute the owner is allowed
thirty days within which he may give notice of non-acceptance of such decision. If notice is not given decision then becomes final. The radio will not be sold as it has been condemned
[Mr. E. E. Perley.J
by an electrical inspector operating under the provincial laws of Quebec.
Subtopic: CONFISCATION OF IMPORTED RADIOS