1. 1914, $11,947.80; 1915, $1,587,059.89.
2. 1914-interest $7,322.79, principal $4,625.01; 1915-interest $946,393.22, principal $640,665.67.
3. The government has not made any unusual or special effort to collect these liens in recent years. However, payments are being received in the department to apply on the advances.
4. Requests have been received from time to time that there should be a general cancellation of the liens but no such action has
been taken. The Debts Due the Crown Act, chapter 51, 17 George V, 1927, provides a means whereby the amounts owing under the liens can be adjusted. Applications for adjustment are continually being considered and dealt with by the seed grain adjustment board.
Subtopic: SEED GRAIN LIENS-SASKATCHEWAN