§ Mr. FRANKLIN
asked the Postmaster General if he will take the necessary steps to have reintroduced into the Post Office Guide the table of mails that appeared prior to the War, in view of the great utility of the said table to the commercial and business sections of the community
§ Mr. HARTSHORN
The table referred to was an extremely voluminous one and occupied some 85 pages of the Post Office Guide. I have reason to believe that the use rtiade of it by the public was relatively small and that its discontinuance about eight years ago has not caused any appreciable inconvenience. I do not think it is worth reviving the table, but I am considering whether part of the information can conveniently be made available in some other form.