I can tell the Prime Minister that the boxes are there. Last fall, when the returning officer for the county of Dorchester was appointed he came to me and asked me if I knew where he could get ballot boxes made, and I told him that he could get them at Mr. Cayouette's; and he went and got four, Mr. Cayouette has yet twenty-one in his possession. He wantte to dispose of them and he has no way to do so. I spoke to the Postmaster General (Sir William Muloclc) about it in 1897, and
he told me that he would see to it. But I suppose he has not done so.