1. Did the government, through the Department of Customs, receive from J. G. Scrim-geour, of Cardigan, King's county, Prince Edward Island, fees or rent for his bonded warehouse up to the 31st day of December, 1903 ?
2. Is the said bonded warehouse still open to receive goods as formerly ? If not, what action has been taken by the Department of Customs with respect to the said bonded warehouse, and why ?
3. Have any petitions been received from residents of King's county with respect to said bonded warehouse ? If so, will the Minister of Customs lay the same upon the Table of this House, together with all correspondence received by the department in connection therewith ?
4. How many bonded warehouses are now in existence in said county of King's, and who are the persons privileged to have or keep such warehouses ?
5. Is it the intention of the Minister of Customs to close any of the warehouses last referred to, and which of them ?
4. There is one bonded warehouse of class 2 at Souris, King's county, granted to It. F. McDonald.
5. The Question of closing R. F. McDonald's warehouse at Souris lias not been nn-derconsideration.
Subtopic: BONDED WAREHOUSES, P.E.I.