1. There is no present intention of station-ng an officer of the Department of Agriculture it Whitehorse, Yukon territory.
2, 3, 4, 5. Answered by No. 1.
6. It was expected at one time that it would oe necessary, under the regulations, to appoint an egg inspector for the Yukon territory, to inspect egg3 imported from the United States. Owing to the fact, however, that the Yukon is now purchasing eggs from British Columbia rather than from the United States, largely due to activities by the Department of Agriculture, there is no immediate necessity for such an appointment.
I Mr. C. A. Stewart.]
Subtopic: EGG INSPECTOR-YUKON TERRITORY