Each one of these cases will have to be investigated on its merits. I think I am correct in stating that of late no other complaint has been made on which action could be taken. A year or more ago some complaint was made to us, but in the judgment of the government the evidence supplied was not sufficient to make out a case. I had one letter referred to me by one of my colleagues recently, but it did not furnish sufficient information to become the basis of further action.
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