Wait a minute. I have been paying him $10,000 when my hon. friends opposite were paying to Mr. Swan for the work at Three Rivers five per cent. My hon. friends can laugh, but during 1929 and 1930 these gentlemen on the other side of the bouse, Mr. Chairman, paid about $100,000 to Mr. Swan only for the work in Three Rivers, and about $100,000 to the same man for the work in Chicoutimi, and that man had a contract with those two harbour commissions for the life of the commissions at five per cent on all the works they would perform. We are paying to Mr. Gohier, under a specific contract for a work of $153,000 at Chicoutimi, S4,000, which is less than one-half what my hon. friends were paying to Mr. Swan at both Three Rivers and Chicoutimi. My hon. friend from Quebec East (Mr. Lapointe) is laughing.
Subtopic: WORKS, UNDERTAKINGS AND GUARANTEE OF RAILWAY EQUIPMENT SECURITIES TO CREATE EMPLOYMENT