For copies of all documents, memorials, petitions, reports and correspondence, in relation to the removal of the post office at Osselceag, or Hampton station, in King's county, N.B., from the railway station to the store of R. H. Smith. -Mr. Fowler.
For copies of all letters, telegrams, correspondence, petitions, memorials, documents and papers, relating to the recent appointment of Mr. Boyd to he postmaster at the village of Sir P. W. BORDEN.
Huntingdon, in the province of Quebec ; or lating to the filling of the vacancy occasi? , by the death of the late postmaster.-Mr. i [DOT] [DOT]
For a return giving names of all delegates sent by the government from Canada to Gre Britain and Ireland, or any European eoun- y. during the year 1903 ; with the amount paid . each delegate by way of salary and expens * and the nature of the duties performed by ea delegate ; giving districts where those du were performed.-Mr. W. J. Roche.
For a return showing : ,
1. The quantity and value of raw cotton -
ported into Canada during each of the Pa", ._g years ; also exports of same, if any, au same term. ^
2. From what countries it was imported, a the amount in value from each country. ^
3. The quantity and value of manutac
cotton imported into Canada during each o past six years. t
4. From what countries it was imported, the amount in value from .each country.
5. The quantity and value of manufactur ^ cotton exported from Canada during each the past six years.
6. To what countries it was exported.-Wm. Ross (Ont.)
For a return of all letters, petitions respondence between D. H. McDowel,
M.P., and the government, relating to 'h v
ment of rebellion claims and the issue ox _^
breed scrip in the Saskatchewan distric * Davis. ker
For a return of all petitions, letters an 0 _
correspondence between the Half-breeds ernkatchewah district and the Dominion cf
ment, relating in any way to the grieva lgg3_ the said Half-breeds, for the years the 1884 and 1885. Also correspondence betw an!] Dominion government and their °mc vj0us others in the district of Saskatchewan, P>
t0 to the Rebellion of 1885, relating in any the grievances of the said Half-bre [DOT] Davis. . . pe-
For copies of all documents, memoria ^jjer titions, letters, reports of engineers. ction
correspondence, in relation to the co jjav-of the railway from Southport to M* jgland 1 hour, in the province of Prince E"War wjth said return to include all correspond roUgh
regard to the construction of the hu>
bridge, in said province.-Mr. Lefurg J- liau0r
For a return showing the number sjnc0
permits issued for the Yukon >rern o£ par-the date of the last return ; the name . tft0 ties to whom said permits were i permit ; quantities of liquor covered by eacn n ffllts the names of all parties to whom sa. j per-were assigned (if assigned) by the o & mit-holder.-Mr. Bennett. jim
For a return giving details with r'i®a,rfagt and actual cost of construction of the o gdwarn Murray Harbour branches of the r jiurraf
Island Railway between Southport * river, as follows :- . mne9 doSa
Miles clearing, and cost per m**e ' bb[Dg, an0 cutting, and cost per mile ; miles g cjj exca' cost per mile ; cubic yards of soll<* ,le * ditch' vated, rale per yard, and cost per . cUbi
iug, rate per yard, and cost per , c0gt P® yards borrowed, rats per yard, - .je ; farn mile ; public crossings, cost pet' per mlle'
crossings, cost per mile ; ballast* j
fencing, cost per mile ; rail fastenings, cost per mile ; beam culverts, cost per mile ; length of sidings in feet, and cost of same ; stations, where placed, and cost of each ; miles of tracklaying, and 'cost per mile ; three-foot iron pipes, how many, and cost per mile , eighteen-inch vitrified clay pipes, and cost per mile ; steel trestles, length of same, and cost per mile ; total cost of work to date ; description and size of engine-house and turn-table ; also, capacity of water-tank, and where situated - Mr. Lefurgey.
For a return showing :-
1. The total quantity of coal furnished to the government during the fiscal year ending 30th June last, for use in the public buildings, works and institutions, maintained or administered by the government.
2. The quantity of coal furnished during this period for use m each public building, work or institution, stated separately ; and the names of the persons from whom the several lots were obtained ; the rates of payment, and the total cost in each case.
3. The cases where such purchases were made by tender.
4 The sums of money paid during this period, or allowed, bv way of heating or fuel allowance, in lieu of or commutation for fuel ; and in what cases and to what sums respectively, such allowances were made. Mr. Clare.
For copies of all petitions, memorials letters and other correspondence, between the Maritime Board of Trade, the Charlottetown Board of Trade, the Alberton and West Prince Board of Trade, and the government, with regard to a subsidy for a line of steamships to ply between Chatham, New Brunswick ; Alberton and New London, on the north shore of Prince Ldward Island ; Sydney, Nova Scotia ; the Magdalen Islands, and St. John's, Newfoundland.-Mr. Hackett.
For a copy of the contract between the gov-eminent of Canada and the Manchester liners, in force during the season of 1903. Mr. b. D. Smith-by Mr. Lancaster.
For copies of all letters and other correspondence, between the Board of Trade of Alberton, Prince county, Prince Edward Island, and any °ther party or parties, and the government, relative to the importing of a fishing population, the construction of patent driers, and the gen-oral encouragement of the deep-sea fisheries on the north shore of Prince Edward Island. Mr. Hackett.
For a return showing : -
The post offices, drill halls, armouries, and other public buildings the government has erected or improved, or undertaken to erect or improve, since 1896 ; and showing in each case : (a) the original estimated fotal cost, including beating and lighting, &c.; (b) the actual cost, if completed ; (c) if not yet completed, the present estimated total cost ; (d) the towns, cities °r villages in which the said post offices, drill balls, armouries and other public buildings have been erected ; te) the population of the said cities, towns or villages, respectively. Hr. Clare-by Mr. Lancaster.
For a return showing : -
, 1. The number of allotments of 240 acres or band made to Half-breeds In Manitoba, and tne total acreage cover 'd by the same.
. 2. The number of scrip to Half-breivl children in Manitoba, and the total face value of the same.
3 The number of scrip to heads of Half-breed families in Manitoba, and the total face value
of the same. . . . . . . .
4 The total number of scrip to original white settlers in Manitoba, and the total face value
of the same. . , .
5 The number of scrip issued in commutation of hay privileges in Manitoba, and the total face value of the same.
6 Scrip and land warrants issued for military services.
7 Scrip issued to the Northwest Mounted Police
8 Scrip issued to colonization companies ; names of companies, and the face value of such
SC9.1PA11 other scrip issued by the Department of the Interior ; to whom ; for what purpose ; and respective face value of the same.
10. Number of each cash and land scrip issued to the Northwest Half-breeds.
" 11. Number and face value of all the abovedescribed scrip outstanding on the 31st December, 1903.-Mr. LaRiviere.
For a return showing list of passes issued, and to whom, on the Canadian government railways and steamers, from January first, 1903, to January, 1904, other than those Issued to senators and members of the parliament of Canada.
__Mr. Bell-by Mr. Lancaster.
For' copies of Orders in Council, departmental orders, or letters, defining the respective duties of the chief engineer of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, and of the commissioner Of lights-Mr. Northrup-by Mr. Lancaster.