It is a year or two ago now since I had the papers in relation to the so-called leather combine, and I would not care to speak too positively. But I would call my hon. friend's attention to the difference between that and the present case. What I do remember is that after careful inquiry, it was held that the information furnished with regard to the feather combine was not such as would bring the case within the meaning of the clause in the Customs Act.
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