AFFIDAVIT OF STEPHEN BRADBURY.
In re the Labrador Boundary.
To Wit :
I, STEPHEN BRADBURY, of St. John's, In the Island of Newfoundland, at present Customs Sufferance Warehouse Keeper at St. John's, make oath and say as follows :
1. I was Collector of Customs at the Port of Rigolet, in the Dependency of Labrador, from 1905 to 1908 inclusive.
2. Duties were yearly paid to me by the Hudson's Bay Company at that port on goods imported therein for the North West River Trading Post for goods imported for the whole of Labrador.
3. During my occupancy of the position of Collector of Customs at the Port of Rigolet no protest was made to me by the Hudson's Bay Company's Agent, or any of the clerks or employees of the Company, against the payment of regular import duties as demanded by the Revenue Act of Newfoundland and its Dependencies.
(Sgd.) STEPHEN BRADBURY.
SWORN at St. John's, this 23rd day of
August, A.D. 1926, before me
(Sgd.) SIMON BUTLER,