I notice there have been payments made for hogs slaughtered in a great many other cases. I observe that payment has been made for hogs slaughtered in the case of W. Reid of Brampton and F. Staggs of Brockville, the amount being $3,256.56. What inspectors examined those hogs and how wide-spread was the disease? Was there more evidence of disease in those cases than there was in the other instance to which I have drawn attention? Could the minister give us any information as to the extent of the disease in the herds where these large amounts were paid?
Subtopic: STATEMENT OF COMPARATIVE PRICES