Perhaps the minister could tell us what the instructions were that Dr. Brymner sent to the high commissioners to have these papers copied, or might, possibly, give us a copy of those instructions. As my hon. friend from East Elgin (Mr. Ingram) points out the report is so meagre that the reader cannot draw intelligent conclusions from it. Perhaps the hon. gentleman will be able to give that information and, if he has it, a copy of that report, that we may see what work is being done there. There is now in the neighbourhood of $4,000 spent on the London office; but, so far as anything disclosed in the report is concerned, there seems to be little explanation of it.