Copies of all correspondence, telegrams and reports that have passed since March, 1900, between the Dominion government and the Imperial government, and between the Dominion government and the provincial government of British Columbia in regard to Mongolian immigration into Canada.-Hon. Mr. Prior.
Return of all papers, reports and other data relative to the lowering of the waters of Lake Simcoe, with a view towards reclaiming certain flooded lands.-Mr. McLeod.
Return of copies of each of the hydraulic mining leases mentioned on page 65 of the annual report of the Department of the Interior, 1900; also showing what conditions or terms of these leases have been complied with, respectively ; also, copies of all reports, letters and communications respecting each lease.-Hon. Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper.
Copies of all correspondence, papers, tenders, returns and other documents relating to tha government wharf at or near the ferry, Bast River Sheet Harbour, in the county of Halifax, N.S., showing the title of the Crown, if any, to this wharf, and the use which has been mado
thereof since January 1, 1897. The person or persons in charge of the wharf on behalf of the government since January 1, 1897. The moneys which have been expended by the government thereon since January 1, 1897. The dates when the sums were so expended, whether the same were expended by public contract or how otherwise; also, all such papers aforesaid as show the amount collected or received by the government, or by any person or persons on its behalf, for use of such wharf since January 1, 1897.-Mr. Borden (Halifax).
Copies of all orders in council, reports, correspondence, papers and documents relating to real estates at St. John, N.B., purchased by the government or by the Department of Railways and Canals for the intercolonial Railway since January 1, 1897, and relating to claims for payment or compensation therefor, including all orders in council, correspondence, documents or papers showing what action has been taken or is proposed to be taken with respect to such claim or claims.-Mr. Borden (Halifax).
Copies of all despatches, letters, telegrams, correspondence, reports, respecting the subjects included in the following telegram of August 2, 1900: -
' Ottawa, Ont., Aug. 2, via Bennett, Aug. 7. F. C. Wade, Dawson,-Sir Wilfrid has handed me your message. Am endeavouring to remove difficulties caused by delays in answering communications addressed to other departments. Superintendent Tache, of the Public Works Department, is now en route to Dawson with orders for the construction of trails and public buildings. government considering plan of readjustment of royalty which will lighten tax and, we think, prove generally satisfactory. Order granting representation in local council takes effect immediately. Ryley, of mining branch, en route to Dawson. Will report amendments to mining laws. Careful consideration, letters and petitions received here, convinces me every reasonable request regarding mining laws can be met in near future. Impossible for me to visit Yukon now. Hope to get there before many months. ' (Sgd.) CLIFFORD SIFTON.
-Hon. Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper.
Return showing the names and addresses of all parties tendering (where tenders were called for) for coal and wood, or either, for the use of the government of Canada since July 1, 1899; copy of the tender put in by each party tendering, copy of the specification issued in each ease where tenders were called for, name and address of the successful tenderer in each case, together with the kind, quality and quantity of coal and wood, or either, tendered for ; also the kind, quality and quantity of coal and wood or either, for which tenders were accepted in each case, and the prices paid; also, the location of each government building or institution supplied with coal and wood, or either, the quantity and quality and sizes of coal and wood, or either, supplied to each, and the price in each case. Also, the names and addresses of all parties supplying coal and wood, or either, without tender, since the above date to the government of Canada, the kind, quality and quantity supplied in each case by each person, the prices paid in each case, and the location of the building or institution supplied.-Mr. Clarke.
Copies of the complaints, pleas, convictions, notes of judgment and all other papers, correspondence, &c., relating to the case of Cinqmars vs. Senecal, decided by the Court of Queen's Bench (Crown side), on December 17, 1900.-Mr. Fortin.