EXTRACT FROM AFFIDAVIT OF W. J. CARSON.
(Printed in full, Vol. III, p. 1589.)
18th June, 1926.
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2. I was at Northwest River about the time the Quebec Government claimed the timber areas there. The Canadian steamer Montcalm came there one summer with a party of surveyors, etc., who stayed all the next winter and marked all the logs they found with the letters "P. Q.," to signify they belonged to Quebec.
3. Dickie and Company, a Nova Scotia concern, was then operating at Mud Lake or Grand Village.