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Militia and Defence-Con. Department Coal supply, 2319, 2326 Estimates, 1428, 1496, 1544, 2319 Dominion arsenal, 1506 Drill halls, 2035 Duties on imported munitions, 1506 Engineer service and works, 1513 Fair wages clause in contracts, 240, 391 Motor trucks, 1145 Officers' allowances, 1447 Permanent force, 1515, 2529 Petawawa camp, 240, 1185 Railway engineering corps, 1525 Rifle ranges, 1553 Royal Military College, 1519 Schools of instruction, 1524 Training areas, 1556 Valcartier camp, 240, 391, 1514, 1552, 2122, 2123 See War Mines and Minerals Coal Imports, 244, 521, 633, 828 Leases, 1148, 1611 Royalties, 520 Western industry, 492 Department Estimates, 1599, 2313 Staif and salaries, 1599 Electric smelting, 1602, 2313 Explosives, 1601, 1604 Geological survey, 1606-1611 Investigations and experiments^ 1603, 2313 Oil. See that title Peat Canadian Peat Society, 1865 Experiments, 2122 Radium-bearing ores, 1609 Tar sands for road making, 1604 Ministerial changes, 207 Mizonnette lighthouse, 46 Molloy, Mr. John P. (Provencher) Fournier, L. H., employment of, 521 Hudson Bay railway bridge, 606 Winnipeg Resident engineer, 765 Volunteers, 313 Moncton. See Intercolonial railway Montmagny, wreck of, 1867 Montreal Armoury-fair wage clause, 240 Barracks, 2035 Carslake hotel purchase, 1289, 2528. See also Postal Station A Dismissals of public works employees, 1652 Montreal-Con. Postal station A, 1651, 1986, 2186, 2528 Postal Station L, 2528 'Post office, 1377 Resident engineer, 437 Monuments, erection of, 1251, 1252 Moosejaw Property purchases by Department of Public Works, 762 Water supply, 311 Morphy, Mr. H. B. (North Perth) Compensation to workmen by railways, 514 Controverted elections, 2003 Real estate, fraudulent titles to, 1225 Morris, F., employment of, 151 Morris, Mr. James (Chateauguay) Maple sugar, adulteration of, 1794 Mounted Police, Royal Northwest, 1249, 1284, 2322, 2326 Mousseau, P A., employment of, 1992, 2122 Murphy, Hon. Charles (Russell) Canadian Northern railway, payments to, 150 Canadian patriotic fund, 143 Canadian War Contingent Association, 2122 Dominion Trust Company, 519 Fort Erie shooting case, 143 French river improvements, 1991 Hall, R. P., appointment of, 763 Immigration officials, suspension of, 243 Marriage laws, 436 North Bay recruiting, 1991 Nottar, H., death of, 150 Ottawa and Hull town-planning commission, 241 Overseas dominions, status of, 439 Pollution of navigable waters, 123 Princess Patricia regiment, 391 Soldiers, votes for, 2204, 2470 Valcartier camp-payment of accounts, 312 Victoria Memorial Museum, 153 War supplies Boots, 2395 Canvas shoes, 763 Horses, 149, 314, 520 Overshoes, 315 Saddles, 632 National Drug Company, 312 National Gallery of Canada, 2182 National Transcontinental railway Bridge keepers, 897 Construction, 1859 Volume i: 1-944 Voiume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628


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xxvii National Transcontinental Railway-Con. Government Operation Bill. Res., 1802. lr., 1859. 2r„ 1894. Com., 2124. 3r„ 2139, Investigating commission, expenses of, 44 Montreal connection, 1711 Portneuf claims, 993 Quebec Bridge, expenditure on, 437, 1864 Terminals, 518, 606, 993, 1867 Station employees, 1143 Naturalization, 610, 1598, 2317 Naval Service Department Estimates, 237, 1612-1621, 2298 Staff and salaries, 237 Forces and expenses, 1613, 1614, 1654 Northern waters, patrol of, 1630, 2298 Stefansson expedition, 1630, 2298 Navigable waters Pollution of, 3, 118, 204 Removal of obstructions in, 347 Navigation. See Marine Neely, Mr. D. B. (Humboldt) Budget Commercial depression, 959 Trade policy of the Government, 960 Decreased trade and revenues and the war, 961 The tariff increases, 962 Manufacturers and consumers, 963 The made-in-Canada movement, 963 Methods of increasing revenues, 964 Taxation of British imports, 965, 969 National Transcontinental railway, 966 Canadian Northern railway, 968 Hudson Bay railway, 969 Opposition alternative proposals, 970 German population of the west, 970 Live stock industry, 2094 War supplies-horses, 388, 2095, 2098 Western farmers, relief for, 61 Wood, E. C., land patent of, 151 Nesbitt, Mr. Edward W. (North Oxford) Budget Hard times and the war, 593 Problems of the Minister of Finance, 594 Taxation of loan and insurance companies, 595 The new tariff, 595 Reduction of expenditures, 596 Soldiers, votes for, 2283, 2480 Taxation-insurance companies, 595, 1180, 1183 War supplies-boots, 2414 New Brunswick steamship services, 1301, 1304 New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island railway, purchase of, 152 New Carlisle, public building for, 1287, 1985 Newcastle wireless station-alleged flying of American flag, 1616 Newfoundland Partridge berries from, 1166 Steamship services, 1295, 1301, 1303 New Glasgow Dredging, 1992 Mail service, 517 New Waterford Mail service, 1360 Recruiting, 392 Nickel Export Regulation Bill, lr., 3. Ruled out, 43. See 78, 1937 Nickle, Mr. William F. (Kingston) Canadian patriotic fund, 401 Kingston penitentiary commission, 1767 Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 655 Soldiers, votes for, 2244 Niobe and Rainbow, His Majesty's Canadian ships, 45, 151 Noreen, steamer, 1396, 2188 Northern waters, patrol of, 1630, 2298 Northrup, Mr. William B. (East Hastings) Vancouver Terminal Railway Company 990 Nottar, H„ shooting of, 150 Nova Scotia Coal areas, 1609 Electoral lists, 833 Military forces, 481, 561, 608, 612, 687, 720 905, 1396, 1428, 1496 Postal service, 900, 1380 Public works. See that title Steamship services, 1301, 1304 Nova Scotians in the west, 1559 Oil Fuel, 143, 294 Leases, 241, 243 , Oliver, Hon. Frank (Edmonton) Alberta Military training area, 1556 Public buildings, 2044 Animals, diseases of, 2089 Architect, Dominion chief, appointment of 1960 * Athabaska Landing public building, 2044 Volume i: 1 - 944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628



xxviii Oliver, Hon. Frank (Edmonton)- Can. Athabaska river dredging, 2775 Banff and Calgary civil servants, 11S4 British Columbia public buildings, 2045 Budget, 378 An extraordinary budget, 378 The financial situation, 379 War loans, 380 Means for increasing revenue, 381 Tariff increases, 383 Western agricultural production, 386 Canada Year Book, 193S Canadian expeditionary forces, 2370 Canadian patriotic fund, 395 Coal, sub-bituminous, 1604 Edmonton, Dunvegan and British Columbia Railway Company, 705 Edmonton Public buildings, 2044 Rifle range, 1553 River bank, protection of, 2169 Explosives in mines, 1606 Ferguson, Mr.. T. R., report of, 2539, 2601 Grain trade, 1951, 2030, 2191 Homestead maps, 237 Homesteaders' wood rights, 1566 Hudson Bay Navigation, 1627, 1629 Railway, 1861 Kitsilano Indian reserve, 1892 Kootenay bay wharf, 2171 Lethbridge immigration inspector, 1569 National Transcontinental railway-proposed government operation, 1850, 2136 National parks, Canadian, 236 Parliament, members of, and government contracts, 2145 Pigeon lake improvements, 2168 Prince George mail service, 2298 Printing Bureau and public printing, 1597 St. Peter's Indian reserve, 1876 Saskatchewan and Alberta government telegraph lines, 2179 Senate, powers of the, 2330 Soldiers, votes for, 2240, 2271, 2292, 2344, 2356, 2463, 2476, 2495, 2504, 2533 Stefansson expedition, 310, 1630, 1632, 2300 Sturgeon river improvements, 2170 Tar sands, 1605 Timber regulations, 1566 Valcartier camp, 1552 War Appropriation, 1677 Pensions, 141 Supplies-horses, 766, 1867, 2102 Water-power investigations, 235 Weights and measures, inspection of, 511 Western farmers, relief for, 66 Ottawa Buildings rented by Government, 148, 308, 2047 Dominion buildings, 1968, 2037 Victoria Memorial Museum, 153, 1969 Woods and Canadian buildings-cost of electric lighting, 1651 Ottawa and Hull Postal rate, 766 Town-planning commission, 241, 766 Ottawa river storage works, 2181 Pacaud, Mr. Lucien T. (Megantic) Megantic postmasters, 609 Papineau, Mr. Louis J. (Beauharnois) Charge of corruption, 1144 Civil service, increase of, 1588 Paquet, Mr. Eugene (L'lslet) Budget, 971 Nature of the war, 971 Patriotism and production, 972 The public expenditures, 973 The war taxes, 974 Pardee, Mr. Frederick F. (West Lambton) Civil service-dismissals and appointments, 218 Controverted elections, 1995, 2153 Dominion elections-hours of polling, 1913 Drill halls, expenditures on, 2035 Gobeil, A., employment of, 1964 Philadelphia immigration agent, 522 Motor trucks for Militia Department, 1145 Taxation-gravel and sand, 1160, 1163, 1164 Wrecks, investigations into, 343 Parks, Canadian national, 236 Parliament, members of, and government contracts, 1242, 1901, 2140 Parliamentary procedure Bill, re-committal of, with instructions, 2195 Divorce bills, on, 1987, 2187 Member, having begun speech, temporarily yields floor to intervening speaker, by consent of House, 999 Previous debate, reference by members to, 1765 Printing of parliamentary documents, rule for, 1057 ' Private Bills-suspension of certain rules, 1527 Resolution Affecting postage submitted by private member, 338 Moved after notice, 1159 See Speaker Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2828 1 INDEX-1915 xxix Parliamentary representation Pictou (county) British North America Act, proposed Fishery guardians, 245 amendment of-address to the King, Mail service, 244, 610, 995, 1288, 1458, 2123, 1459, 2327 2188 House of Commons Representation Act of Medical examiners for volunteers, 762 1914, correction of clerical errors in, Pictou (island) telephone line, 143 1557, 1994 See Prince Edward Island Pictou (town) winter freight handling, 246 Paspebiao Pilotage. See Marine Customs office, 633 Pit props, trade in, 1934 Wharf, 633 Patent medicines Pollution of Navigable Waters Bill. lr„ 3. 2r. 118. Ref. to special Com., 204. Composition of, 1717 Tax on, 1208, 1423 Pope lease on Knee Hill Creek, 993 Patent shovel shield, 437, 1235 Port Arthur Patents, renewal of, 1261, 1284, 1989 Drill hall, 203S Harbour improvements, 1970-1975 Patriotic fund. See Canadian Port Daniel mail service, 1992 Peace Post Office Canadian Centenary Association, 2815 Closed offices. 833 Terms of, and the overseas Dominions, 2627 Contingencies, 1360 Peart, L., employment of, 308 Department staff and salaries, 1359, 2295 Peat. See Mines Dismissals, 1363 Estimates, 1359-1394, 2295-2298 Pecuniary Claims Convention, 1740 Franking privilege, 311, 905, 1370. 2296 Free postage for soldiers, 338, 1419 Pelletier, Hon. L. P. Mail carriers, payment of, 2297 Testimonial to, 211 Mail bag locks, 46, 1393 Trip of, 2529 Motor cars, 1391 Penitentiaries Outside service, 1360, 1371 Parcel post, 1371-1375, 1384 Begg, Mr., employment of, 828 Post cards, stamps on, 1205 Kingston, 136, 271, 515, 1740 Rural mail service, 1379, 1384 Prison reform, 1049, 1761, 1775 Stamps, sale and use of, 1391, 1393. 1422. Release of Thomas Riley, 2459 2297, 2624 Stony Mountain, 390, 1185 Tickets of leave, 1736 Potatoes. See Agriculture. Pensions, 1188, 1394, 1450 * Power, Mr. William (Quebec West) Salisbury camp, 1504 Perley, Sir George H. Acting Canadian High Commissioner, 2318 Prince Albert property purchase, 762 Speech of-status of Overseas Dominions, Prince Edward Island 439 Car ferry, 1704 Peterborough, government employees in, 1285 Immigration officer, 1575 Petite Riviere fishery guardian, 1396 Mail service, 1378, 1385 Marine life-saving service, 1637 Pettet, W. V., employment of, 2123 ' Parliamentary representation, 316, 1459, Phillips-Wolley, Sir Clive, appointment of, 2327, 2331 Public works, 2114 151 Railway, 1704, 1707 Philipsburg-St. Armand mail service, 249, 313, Steamship services, 1303 995 Winter mail service, 348 Pickel, G. H., employment of, 831 Prince of Wales fund, 244 Picton armoury, 1145 Prince Rupert Rifles, disbandment of, 1522 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628



Printing Bureau, Government, 1591-1597, 2307 Pri son reform. See Penitentiaries Private Bills discussed Alexander, Charles Isaac, divorce bill, 1894, 1987, 2187 Canadian Northern Railway Company, 708, 758 Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Company, 560 Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 725 Casualty Company of Canada, 761 Edmonton, Dunvegan and British Columbia Railway Company, 705, 721 Lohmann Company, patent of, 1261, 1284 Millen, J„ patent of, 1989 Montreal, Ottawa and Georgian Bay Canal Company, 966 Toronto Eastern Railway Company, 708 Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo Railway Company, 967 Van Buren Bridge Company, 709, 760 Vancouver Terminal Railway Company, 990, 1262 Prostitution, houses of, 1227 Proulx, Mr Edmond (Prescott) Aliens at Petawawa, 828, 998 Architect, Dominion chief, appointment of 1958, 1961 . Dominion elections-candidates and government contracts. See Parliament. Dredge No. 7, 1647 French Canadians and the war, 1442 Furniture for government offices, 1868 Georgian Bay Canal Commission, 1145 Hawkesbury-Grenville bridge, 1648, 1992 2176 Home militia, 312, 522 Judges' pensions, 765 L'Orignal.post office, 1363 Minister of Militia and the war, 1517 Parliament, members of, and government contracts, 1242, 1527, 1901, 1929, 21402146 Petawawa camp, 1185 Picton armoury, 1145 Privilege-Ottawa Evening Journal, 991 Soldiers, votes for, 2291 Taxation-income, 1197 Telephones, free, for government officials, 1970 War supplies, purchase of Horses, 994 Housewives, 1650 Oats and hay, 1397 Public Accounts Committee. See War supplies-investigations Public health, conservation of, 2107 Public works Architect, Dominion chief, appointment of, 1958, 1961, 1966, 2184 Buildings Alberta, 2044 British Columbia, 2045 Manitoba, 2040 New Brunswick, 1981 Nova Scotia, 1975 Ontario, 2034, 2185 Quebec, 1983 Saskatchewan, 2042 Department Engineering branch, 2181 Estimates, 1958, 1961, 2034, 2111, 2155 Dredging Dredge No. 7, 1647, 1866 Maritime provinces, 1289, 1648, 1992, 2171 Ontario and Quebec, 1252, 2172 Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, 2175 Expenditures, 2035 (Harbours and rivers British Columbia, 1970, 2170 Generally, 2155 Manitoba, 2166 New Brunswick, 1972, 2117 Nova Scotia, 2051, 2111 Ontario, 1970, 1975, 2164, 2184 Prince Edward Island, 1975, 2114 Quebec, 1971, 2119, 2155, 2185 Saskatchewan and Alberta, 2167 Slides and booms, 2184 Pugsley, Hon. William (St. John City) Allison, J. Wesley, services, of, 1451, 1506 Amherst post office site, 1975 Ammunition, purchases of, 1451, 1506 Architect, Dominion chief, appointment of, 1960 Bank loans for seed grain, 1244 Budget, 470, 562 . Proposed taxation, 470, 563 Civil Service-statement of Mr. Adam Shortt, 471 Public works expenditures, 473, 564 Militia expenditures, 564 Stamp taxes, 569, 573 Coal tariff, 570 Farmers and the tariff, 570, 575 Duty on fertilizers, 571 French treaty imports, 573 British preference, 576 Canadian Pacific railway steamship services, 738 Censorship, 1448, 1496, 1506 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628


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Pugsley, Hon. Wm. (St. John City)-Con. Civil Service Appointments, 1873 War service, government employees on, 217 . See Shortt Controverted elections, 1922, 1997, 2008, 2017, 2151 Cost of Living Commission, 2625 Dominion elections-candidates and government contracts, 2140 Edmonton, Dunvegan and British Columbia Railway Company, 722 Ferguson, Mr. T. R., report of, 2584 Inland Revenue, pamphlet of Deputy Minister of, 1725 International railway, government acquisition of, 1682 Leonardsville dredging, 312 Lobsters, sale of undersized, 1150 McLeod, Colonel H. F., battalion of, 561 Medical Council of Canada, 1251 Militia Department coal supply, 2319 National Transcontinental railway, 1829, 2130 Ottawa-buildings rented by Government, 2047 Palmerston public building, 2037 Parliament, members of, and government contracts, 2140, 2146 Parliamentary representation, 1461, 2333 Patent ballot, allowance for, 1591 Printing, government, 1595 Privilege-omission in Hansard, 689 Public works expenditures, 1362. See Budget Railway employees, voting of, 2503 Real estate, fraudulent titles to, 1219 St. John Custom house improvements, 1982 Harbour improvements, 1972 Secretary of State, Department of, expenditure of, 1590 Seed grain. See Western farmers Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 213, 471, 647 Soldiers, votes for, 2226, 2353, 2463, 2477, 2490, 2503, 2538 Submarines, purchase of, 94, 110, 946 Taxation Banks, 1195 Corporations, 1195 Fertilizers, 571, 1159, 1395, 1400, 1402 French Treaty, articles under, 573, 1212, 1216 Insurance companies, 1179 Postal rates and stamp taxes, 1419 Proprietary or patent medicines, 1425 Spirits, 1155 Telegraphic messages, 1194 See Budget Pugsley, Hon. Wm. (St. John City)-Con. Transatlantic steamship services, 1298 Vancouver immigration building, 2046 War Appropriations, 91 Supplies Agents, 40, 2461. See Allison Ammunition 1451, 1507, 1669 Bicycles, 767 British Government, 2461 Horses, 1230-1232 Western farmers, relief for, 1329. See Bank loans Qu'Appelle postmastership, 436 Quebec (city) Bridge, 437, 1710 Harbour Commissioners, 2123 Price, Sir William, resignation of, 1965, 1966 Harbour improvements, 1971 History of port, 1962 Postal revenues, 896 Terminals, 1860 Quebec (county) telegraph service, 1187, 2122 Quebec (province) Aid to farmers, 291 Fisheries, 116, 994, 2302 Steamship services, 1301 Superior court judges, superannuation of, 1186 Quebec and Saguenay railway, 2'532, 2625 Radium. See Mines Railways Capitalization, control of, 78, 261, 285, 726758, 1150 Employees, voting of, 2498 Extension of charters, 706, 720, 758 Labour conditions on construction work, 502 Mail contracts, 1375 Wages, payment of, on, 498 Workmen's compensation, 514 For individual railways, see their titles Railways and Canals Department Estimates, 1467-1495, 1685-1713, 1859-1863 Staff and salaries, 1471 Rainville, Mr. Joseph H. (Chambly and Vercheres) War supplies-boots, 2408 Real estate titles, fraudulent, 47, 284, 476, 1219 Volifme i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628



Regina Mounted police quarters, 311 Property purchases by Government, 762 2188 Water supply, 311 Reid, Hon. J. D. (Minister of Customs) Agriculture Department estimates, 1229-1240 Farmers' relief, 1239 Potato embargo, 719, 749, 991, 1229 Civil Service-stenographers, 1472 Customs Agricultural implements, valuation of, 605, 1170 Alert, revenue steamer, 23 Department Appointments and dismissals, 218, 228 Employees on war service, 217-219 Estimates, 217-230 Staff and salaries, 217-230 Investigations, 611 Smuggling, alleged, 223 Spirits, valuation of, 1155 Duchemin, H. P., payments to, 952 Fraudulent importation of horses, 230 Patent shovel shield, 1236 Patents, renewal of, 1261, 1284, 1990 Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 662 Toronto custom house, 2039 War supplies-horses, 1230-1235 Reindeer, experiments with. 234, 2315 Repatriation, 1571 Restigouche river Bridge, 1148, 2177 Dredging, 1289, 1648 Rhoda, steamer, 2531 Rhodes, Mr. Edgar N. (Cumberland) Amherst Armoury, 1977 Car-building, 1696 Post office, 1975 Cumberland mail service, 1649 Intercolonial railway-Wallace spur line, 1694 Nova Scotia military forces, 1496, 1501, 1551 Ribstone, village of, patent of, 243 Richard, Mrs. Margaret, claim of, 896, 1639 Richards, J. W., M.P., death of, 827 Richelieu county mail carriers, 1287 Richelieu river wharves, 995 Richmond county, Quebec, farmers, relief for, Riding mountain timber reserve, 1577 Rigaud Armoury, 631, 993 Dredging, 390 Wharf, 1786 Rimouski (county) Dredging, 897 Purchase of war supplies in, 994 River John customs sub-collectorship, 142 Robb, Mr. James A. (.Huntingdon) Corn imports, 152 Drill halls, 2035 Flour, Canada's gift of, to Great Britain, 1646 Grain trade, 1346, 2032, 2192 Maple sugar, adulteration of, 1792 Rural mail service, 1384 Seed grain, purchase and distribution of, 1346 Taxation-Customs valuations, 1403, 1405 War supplies-horses, 249, 1232, 2099 Robertson, Struan, Lt.-Col. See Nova Scotia military forces Robinson, George, employment of, 831 Roche, Hon. W. J. (Minister of the Interior) Astronomical observatory, western, 1585, 1893 Duck mountain timber reserve, 1578 Forest reserves, 1578 Homestead maps, 237 Homesteaders' wood rights, 1565 Immigration, 1558, 1569-1577 Agencies, 1558, 1564 Oriental, 1576 Indians, 1306-1328. See that title Interior Department Estimates, 231, 1281, 1558 Ferguson, Mr. T. R., report of, 2551 Staff, salaries, etc., 233, 1558, 1570 Irrigation-refund, 1894 Lethbridge immigration officer, 1568 Nova Scotians in the west, 1559 Parks, Canadian national, 236, 1894 Schrader grazing lease, 1564 Seed grain. See Western farmers Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 232 Timber protection, 233, 1565, 1578 Tree culture, 233 Water-powers, development of, 234 Western farmers, relief for, 53, 292, 948, 1281, 1329, 1344, 1348 Wetaskawin settlers, grievances of, 1561 Yukon placer mining rights, 514, 1868 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628


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xxxiii Rogers, Hon. Robert (Minister of Public Works) Architect, Dominion chief, appointment of, 1958, 1968, 2184 Edmonton, Dunvegan and British Columbia Railway Company, 705, 720 Gobeil, A;, employment of, 1962-1968 House of Commons-business of the House, 1787 Militia Department coal supply, 2326 National Transcontinental railway-government operation, 1857 Public works Buildings, 1961, 1975, 2034, 2185 Department Estimates, 1958, 1961, 2034, 2111, 2155 Staff, salaries, etc., 1958, 2184 Dredging, 2171 Harbours and rivers, 1970, 2051, 2111, 2155 Miscellaneous, 2181 Roads and bridges, 2176 Slides and booms, 2184 Telegraph lines, 2179 Seed grain. See Western farmers Senate, powers of the, 2328 Shortt, Mr Adam, speech of, 471, 636 Telephones, free, for government officials, 1970 Victoria Memorial Museum, 1969 Votes for soldiers, 336 Western farmers, relief for, 62 Ross, Mr. Duncan C. (West Middlesex) Foot and mouth disease, 611, 2053, 2087 Middlesex county Indians, 518 Rosthern customs receipts, 79 Royal assent, 2210, 2628 Royal Print and Lithograph Company, payments to, 1864 Royal Society of Canada, accommodation for, 245 Roy, <5ol. Alex., retirement of, 1516 Roy, F. X„ employment of, 992 St. Anselme government employees, 1993 St. Antoine de Richelieu wharf, 995 St. Armand rural mail service, 1289 St. Denis rural mail service, 993 St. Gilbert de Portneuf postmaster, 307 St. Jean I'Evangeliste mail service, 833 St. John, N.8. Custom house improvements, 1982 Harbour, 1972 St. John Valley railway, 46, 142, 173 St. Lambert post office, 1648 St. Lawrence. See Marine St. Mathieu dredging, 2173 St. Paul's Island life-saving station, 608 St. Peter's Indian reserve. See Indians St. Romuald post office, 518 St. Thomas armoury, 1866 [DOT] St. Zotique wharf, 390 / Sackville Home guard, 1517, 1706 Pilotage, 1266 Post office, 153 Railway accommodation, 606, 1693 Saskatchewan Homesteads and pre-emptions, 996 Indian lands, 768 Land office officials, 997 School lands, 768 Saskatoon Customs collector, 79 Public building, 2043, 2326 Public Woi-ks Department property purchases, 762 Rural mail service, 607 Schaffner, Mr. F. L. (Souris) Bank loans for seed grain, 1355 Boissevain postmastership, 1369 Capital punishment, 136 Experimental farms, 2058, 2064 Food exports, government control of, 531 Freight rates, 258 Taxation-proprietary medicines, 1208,1211 Schrader grazing lease, 1562 Scientific literature, international catalogue of, 1590 Scott, Mr F. S. (South Waterloo) Budget, 590 The late Mr. Clare, M.P., 590 Taxation of banks, 590 British preference, 591 Government railway expenditures, 591 The made-in-Canada movement, 592 Canada's opportunities, 592 Secretary of State, Department of Estimates, 1588, 2307 Staff, salaries, etc., 1588, 1589 Seed grain, distribution of. See Western Farmers and Richmond County Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628 G



Seguin, Mr. Paul A. (L'Assomption) L'Assomption (county), public employees from, 2528 L'Assomption (village) wharf, 1145, 2119 St. Lin public building, 1984 Senate. See Parliamentary representation and Senate and House of Commons Senate and House of Commons Act Amendment Bills Independence of members, lr., 1242 Members on active service, lr., 351. 2r., 439. Com., 439. 3r., 441 Sharpe, Mr. Samuel (North Ontario) Bank loans for seed grain, 1352 Canadian Pacific Railway Company's ocean services, 741, 757 Canadian patriotic fund, 1864 Ottawa-Woods and Canadian buildings- cost of electric lighting, 1651 War supplies Horses, 829 Ammunition, 1652 Sharpe, Mr. Wm. H. (Lisgar) Binders, imports of, 1649 Pood exports, government control of, 547 Grain trade, 1954 Hudson Bay navigation, 1629 Shefford county rural mail service, 1287 Shelburne Fishery inspector, 1271 Fog alarm, 389 Sherbrooke Mounted Rifles, supplies for, 314, 1512 Shipping. See Marine Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 213, 232, 471, 634 Shovel shield, 437, 1235 Shubenacadie post office, 1866 Sinclair, Mr. John H. (Guysborough) Aliens, registration of, 48 Amherst Custom house, 1646 Post office, 1396 Belgian relief, 1676 Budget, 889, 905 The party truce, 889 Canada's financial problem, 890 War expenditures, 891 Imperialism and nationalism, 891 _ Canada's period of hard times, 892 The Government's financial administration, 893 Political patronage and war contracts, 906 Sinclair, Mr. John H. (Guysborough)-Con. Budget-Con. The new taxation, 909 Fishermen and the tariff, 910 . Naval policy, 911 The member for West Peterborough, 911 Summing up, 912 Canning public building, 1979 Canso Lobster hatchery, 2530 Military guard, 1556 Reduction works, 633, 767 Cole Harbour wharf, 517, 2051 Copper exports, 312 Country Harbour Gas buoy, 762 Wharf, 2114 Duchemin, H. P., payments to, 604 East Erinville post office, 519 Fenian raid bounty, 1651 Fish and Fisheries American vessels, regulation of, 1650 " Fish and How to Cook It "-booklet, 239 Lobsters Close season, 45 Hatcheries, 2530 Pickled fish, inspection of, 48 Shell-fish Commission, 607 Steam trawling, 243, 311, 312, 1623, 1625, 2306 Transportation, 80 Guysborough Branch railways. See Intercolonial Fishery guardians, 313 Mail service, 519, 607, 633, 897, 1185 Halifax public works expenditures, 1458 Intercolonial railway Branch lines, eastern Nova Scotia, 44, 519, 1467, 1480, 1700 Fish transportation, 80 Ice contracts, 311 Imported stationery, 1697 Mulgrave car ferry, 1693 Pugwash spur line, 391 Wallace spur line, 391, 1694 Isaac's Harbour lobster hatchery, 2530 Le Blanc, seaman, family of, 896, 1639 Marine Canadian shipping registry, 45 Coasting trade, 296, 1933 Shipping casualties in 1914, 833 Mattatall lake post office, 832 Military stores, fraud in sale of, 205, 304 National Transcontinental railway investigating commission, 44 Naval Service, Department of, 238 New Harbour breakwater, 2051 Niobe and Rainbow, Canadian ships, 45 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628


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Sinclair, Mr. John H. (Guysborough) Con. Nova Scotia Electoral lists, 833 Military forces, 1438, 1502, 1550 Ocean freight rates, 216 Phillips-Wolley, Sir Clive, appointment of, 151 Pit props, trade in, 1934 Post offices closed in Canada, 833 Printing, government, 2308 Public works, expenditures on, 2039, 2047 Richard, Mrs. Margaret, claim of, 896, 1639 Shortt, Mr Adam, speech of, 639 Soldiers Cerebro-spinal meningitis among, 2529 Votes for, 2263, 2268, 2345 Taxation Letters and post cards, 1413 Patent medicines, 1424 War supplies-boots, 48 Soldiers. See Militia and War Soldiers Voting Bill. lr., 1874. 2r„ 2195. Com., 2258, 2343, 2462, 2533. 3r.. 2538. Senate amdts., 2625. See 334, 1643 Solicitor General, office of, 1735 Soulanges canal, 1712 Southampton railway investigation, 142 South Wellington mine disaster, 207 Speaker (Hon. T. S. Sproule), rulings and statements of Bills To be introduced by resolution: To increase salaries, 1644 To regulate exports, 4, 43 Questions as to details irregular on 2r., 2201 Motion for ref. to com. only after 2r., House not to instruct on Bill in possession of com., 387 Private bills-suspension of certain rules, 1527 Re-committal, with instructions, 2195 Blue books, printing and distribution of, 1596, 2311 Committees, power of, to administer the oath, 304, 306 House of Commons Reading room, 611, 1863 Sessional employees, 2109 Irrelevancy, 1049 Members, irregular references to each other, 577 Patent medicines, sale of, 1718 Speaker (Hon. T. S. Sproule)- Con. * Printing of parliamentary documents, rule for, 1057 Privilege, questions of Newspaper articles not such, 991, 2460 Political pamphlet, statements in, not such, 2190 Question containing unadmitted allegation of fact, also referring to unofficial matter, irregular, 2532 Report from Com. of Supply not receivable on day resolutions have been agreed to by Com., 2323 Resolution affecting postage not movable by private member, 338 Voters' lists, preparation of, 1594 See Parliamentary procedure Special War Revenue Bill. Res., 87, 1175, 1191. lr., 1217. 2r., 1405. Com., 1405, 1586. 3r„ 1588. See Budget and Taxation Squid imports, 244 Stamp taxes. See Taxation Stanbridge East rural mail service, 995 Stanfield, Mr. John (Colchester) House of Commons Members and government contracts, 2143 Sessional indemnity, 2310 Stanfold township, model farm for, 1993 Steamboats. See Marine Steamship services Australia and New Zealand, 1292, 1300 Canada British Columbia, 1300 GaspO, 1301 New Brunswick, 1301, 1304 Nova Scotia, 1301, 1304 Prince Edward Island, 1303 Quebec, 1301 China and Japan, 1300 Cuba, 1294 France, 718 Great Britain, 1291, 1293, 1297 Newfoundland, 1295, 1301, 1303 South Africa, 1295 West Indies and South America, 1295 Stefansson expedition, 310, 1630, 2298 Stellarton public building, 763 Stevens, Mr. H. H. (Vancouver) Budget, 599, 613 Expenditures on public works, 600, 616 Estimates for the year, 603 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628 xxxvi



Stevens, Mr. H. H. (Vancouver)-Con. Budget-Con. Financial and trade conditions and the war, 613, 617, 620 French treaty rights, 614 The new taxation, 615 Canada's foreign trade opportunities, 617 House of Commons-members' franking privilege and war stamps, 905 Kitsiiano Indians, 1892 Militia Department coal supply, 2319 National labour bureau, 607 Vancouver Terminal Railway Company, 990 Submarines, 94, 107, 946, 955 Suckling, Rev. W. T., enlistment of, 1867 Supply, Committee of, 212-240, 338-351, 481514, 122S-1242, 1249-1283, 1291-1328. 1359-1394, 1428-1458, 1466-1525, 15441585, 1588-1643, 3 CSS -1714, 1715-1783, 1859-1863, 1S76-1894, 1930-1987, 20342053, 2055-2121, 2154-2186, 2295-2320. For details see titles of departments and subjects. Supply Bill (for 1915, $14,766,499.39; for 1916 $156,496,333.73). Res., 2371. lr„ 2r„ Com., and 3r., 2372. Supreme Court Act Amendment Bill, lr., 1988. 2r„ 2053. Com., 2053. 3r„ 2055. Sutherland, Mr. Donald (South Oxford) Budget, 878 Made-in-Canada movement, 878 Protection and the reciprocity pact, S79 The political truce, SS0 Naval policy, 8S0, 887 Opposition criticisms,. 883 War taxation, 885 British preference, 886 Experimental farms, 2069 Food exports, government control of, 548 Horse breeding, 2106 Meat inspection, 2091 Soldiers, votes for, 2285 Sydney-St. Peter's railway, proposed, 608, 992 * Tar sands. See Mines Tariff. See Taxation Taxation, War Customs Agricultural implements, 1169-1175 Bananas, 1166 Exempted articles, 246, 1151 Fertilizers, 1151, 1159,' 1162, 1395, 1400 Gravel and sand. 1160-1165 Newfoundland partridge berries, 1166 Taxation, War-Con. Customs-Con. Resolutions, 1168 Revenue, estimated, 1169 Silk, 1167 Spirits, 1152 Tea and coffee, 1168 Valuation, 605, 1152 Special Bank circulation, 1191 Bills of exchange, cheques, etc., 11771205, 1407 . Corporations, 1191-1197 Date of operation, 613 French treaty, articles under, 1211-1216 Department of Justice, opinion of, 1422 Insurance companies, 1178, 1191, 1405 Letters and post cards, 1206 Exempted postal matter, 1413 Loan and trust companies, 1191 Modifications, proposed, 1177 Money orders, etc., 1205 Penalties, 1411, 1418, 1427, 1586 Postal rates and stamp taxes, 1412-1421, 1586 Proprietary or patent medicines, 312, 1208, 1423 Resolutions, 1175 Revenue, estimated, 1208 Railway tickets, 1197-1201, 1406 Telegrajjhic messages, 1192, 1406 Vessel tickets, 1201 Wines, 1208-1216, 1422 See Budget, Customs Tariff War Revenue Bill, Special War Revenue Bill, and Ways and Means Taylor, Mr. James D. (New Westminster) Hansard, omissions from, 689 Vancouver Terminal Railway Company, 1262 Technical education, 245, 495, 502, 1146 Telegraphers. See Labour Telephones, free, for Government officials, 1968 Temiscouata postal service, 392 Terminal elevators. See Grain Act Thoburn, Mr. William (North Lanark) Soldiers, votes for, 2270 War supplies and Canadian Manufacturers' Association, 1669 Thompson, Mr. Alfred (Yukon) Aviation school, Canadian, 1989 Silver-lead bounties, 1937 Trade with Russia and South America, 1935 Yukon, the, 1580-1584 [DOT] Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628


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Thomson, Mr. Levi (Qu'Appelle) Bank loans for seed grain, 1352. See Western farmers Budget, 811 Conditions in the west, 812 The new taxation, 813 Tariff increases, 814 Made-in-Canada campaign, 816 British preference, 816 Qu'Appelle postmasters, dismissal of, 436 Western farmers, relief for, 60, 1341, 1352 Three Rivers Harbour, 2155, 2175 Public building, 1786 Timber protection, 233, 1560, 1566, 1578 Tobin, Mr. Edmund W. (Richmond-Wolfe) Colcleugh, F. W. R., employment of, 1648 Cookshire post office, 1991 iHorses, embargo on, 1235 Prices of feed and foodstuffs, 2080 St. Mathieu, dredging at, 2174 Richelieu river wharves, 995 Rimouski dredging, 8*97 Richmond county, Quebec, farmers, relief for, 1237 Vezina's Corners postmastership, 1991 War supplies-horses, 830, 1146 Tobique Indian reserve, 187 To ronto Customs examining warehouse and postal station A, 2039 Harbour improvements, 1975 Home guard, 243 Post office building, 1970 Trade and Commerce Commissioners and agents, 1930-1936 Department [DOT] Estimates, 212, 1291, 1931 Reports in French, 828 Staff and salaries, 212 China and Japan, 1931, 1932 Russia, 1931, 1935 South America, 1934, 1935 West Indies, 215, 1295 Trawling. See Fish and Fisheries Tree culture, "233 Tremain, Mr. H. B. (Hants) Budget, 824 Opposition criticisms, 824 Protection and revenue, 825 Interest of the farmers, 826 Party co-operation necessary, 827 Trent canal Commission, 632 Construction, 1712 Truax, Mr. R. E. (South Bruce) Chesley public building, 1646 Tufts Cove drydock, 1647 Turgeon, Mr. Onesiphore (Gloucester) Bathurst harbour, 46 Budget, 700, 709 The war expenditures, 700 Financial conditions in Canada, 701 Taxation and British preference, 703, 712 Tariff and protection, 709 Economy of expenditure, 712 Encouragement of agriculture, 713 The war and a general election, 714 Controverted elections, 2024 Mizonnette lighthouse, 46 Parliamentary representation, 1465 Privilege-St. John Standard, 145 Soldiers, votes for, 2509 Turriff, Mr. John G. (Assiniboia) Budget, 417 The war expenditures, 417 Ordinary expenditures, 418 The increased taxation, 420 The Civil Service, 423 Retrenchment and economy, 424 Farmers and the tariff, 426, 430 Taxation of British goods, 429 Canadian Northern Railway Company- extension of time, 759 Canadian Pacific Railway steamship services, 733, 754 Dominion elections Hours of polling, 1911 Voters' lists, 1898 Ferguson, Mr. T. R., report of, 2572 Fisher,. Captain E„ employment of, 517 Food exports, government control of, 542 Freight rates, proposed increase of, 351 Grain trade, 1944, 1947 Hudson Bay railway-wages of employees, 1395 Inland navigation rates, 253 Inland Revenue, Deputy Minister of, 438 Intercolonial railway-payments to Messrs. Boulay, 2530 Dongueuil dredging, 438 McQuarrie, Major, 2528 Maple sugar, adulteration of, 1793 Nickle, export of, 1937 Ottawa-buildings rented by Government, 148, 308 Privilege-Toronto Evening Telegram, 4S0 Railway capitalization, 288 Regina property purchase by Government, 2188 Soldiers, votes for, 2269, 2274, 2518 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume



xxxviii Turriff, Mr. John G. (Assiniboia)-Con. War supplies Automobile tires, 1145 Comforts for soldiers, 292 Field glasses, 155 Pails, 152 Razors, 307 Western farmers, relief for, 71 Tyrian, steamer, repairs to, 1786 Unemployment. See Labour Union Life Assurance Company, 2317, 2372 Valcartier Camp Accounts, payment of, 312 Fair-wage clause in government contracts, 240, 391 Land claims 522, 1546, 1739, 2621 . Lighting, 2122 Lumber contracts, 2122 Selection, 1513 Stores, disposal of, 308 Supplies, destruction of, 149 Vallee, L. O., dismissal of, 436 Valley railway, operation of, 142 Vancouver Harbour Commission, 1875 Improvements, 1975 Terminal Railway Company, 990 Verville, Mr. Alphonse (Maisonneuve) Belgian immigration, 632 Budget, 1081 * The Government's taxation policy, 1081 Public works expenditures, 1083 The made-in-Canada movement, 1083 Taxation of coal and raw materials, 1084 Effects of high tariffs, 1085 War and democracy, 1088 Carslake Hotel Company, claims of, 2528 Contrecoeur public works, 1651 Dominion elections-hours of polling, 2498 Fair-wage clause in government contracts, 240, 391 First Canadian contingent, British-born in, 610 Food exports, government control of, 540 Laprairie government road, 2159 Montreal-dismissals of public works employees, 1652 Post office , . Branch offices, 2296 Registered letters to members, 2296 Public works and industrial distress, 2040. See Budget Railway employees, voting of, 2498, 2502 Soldiers, votes for, 2264, 2289, 2498, 2508 Verville, Mr. Alphonse (Maisonneauve)-Con. Taxation-railway tickets, 1198 Telegraphers, conditions of employment of, 1786, 2532 Unemployment, 605. See Budget Winnipeg immigration officials, 392 Vezina's Corners postmastership, 1991 Victoria Memorial Museum. See Ottawa Voters' lists, preparation of, 1594 Votes for soldiers. See Soldiers' Voting Bill Wade, W. W., dismissal of, 1395 Wallaceburg customs collector, 766 War Canadian forces-statement of mobilization and organization, 2364 Censorship, 1264, 1448, 1496, 1506, 1618 Cerebro-spinal meningitis among soldiers, 2529 Chaplains, 242 Enlistment, 438, 1456, 2531 Civil servants, 233, 312, 522 Expenditures, 1142, 1397. See War Appropriation Bill and War supplies First Canadian contingent, 610, 763 France, Canadian troops in, 204, 909 Home guard, 1516 Payment of soldiers, 2320 Pensions, 141, 1188, 1394, 1450 Princess Patricia regiment, transport of, 391 Railway engineering corps, 1525 Recruiting. See Enlistment Seeley, Colonel, command of, 1284 Shooting by sentries, 332, 2124 Soldiers Cerebro-spinal meningitis among, 2529 Life insurance, 390 Mail matter for, 338, 1419, 1422 Payment of,"2320 Votes for. See Soldiers' Voting Bill Supplies Agents, employment of, 40. See Allison Allison J. Wesley, services of, 1145, 1452, 1508, 1669 Ammunition, 91, 242, 1451, 1506-1512, 1669, 1867 Automobile tires, 1145 Bicycles, 767, 995 Binoculars, 2188, 2372, 2602, 2605 Boots, 21, 48, 144, 149, 204, 244, 2372, 2450 British Government, for, 38, 2461, 2614 Canadian Manufacturers' Association, correspondence of, 1667, 2189, 2461 Canvas shoes, 389, 763 Carleton Drug Company, 2602, 2605, 2614 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628


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xxxix War-Con. Supplies-Con. Clinic thermometers, 307, 521 Committee of Council, 1246, 1666 Corruption, charge of, 1144 Fair wage clause in Government contracts, 240, 391 Field glasses, 155 Hay, 140, 241, 1289, 1397 Horses, 149, 246, 249, 314, 388, 520, 607, 631, 766, 829, 894, 898, 994, 1146, 12301235, 1455, 1867, 1993, 2095-2196, 2602, 2606, 2613 Housewives, 1650 Investigations Boots: notice of m. for special Com., 144; ref. to Com., 204; rep. of Com., 2372 Public Accounts Com.: ref. to Com., 945; announcement, 2538; rep. of Com., 2602 Medical, 149, 308, 315, 1526, 1866 Motor trucks, 306, 1145, 1186, 1290 Oliver equipment, 1992 Overshoes, 315, 762 Pails, 152 Razors, 307 Remounts. See Horses Ross rifle, 306, 439 Saddles, 521, 632 Salisbury camp, 306, 439 Seasickness cure, 152 Sheepskins, 1866 Shells, 38, 2614 Fair wages in manufacture of, 490 Shovel shields, 437, 1235 Slippers, 389 System of purchase, 2602, 2610, 2614, 2617 Waterproof garments, 609 See Militia Taxation. See that title War Appropriation ($100,000,000) Bill. Res., 91, 1397. lr„ 1399. 2r., 1653. Com., 1653. 3r., 1681 Warnock, Mr. David (Macleod) Waterloo lakes park, 236 Western farmers, relief for, 65, 1333 Washington, Canadian representative at, 2315 . Water-power investigations, 234 Ways and Means, Committee of, 87, 1150, 1168, 1191; rep., 1217. See Budget and Taxation Webster, Mr. John (Brockville) Technical education, 1146 Weichel, Mr. William G. (North Waterloo) Address in reply to Governor General's Speech Tribute to Their Royal Highnesses, 4 Great Britain and the war, 5 Financial and trade conditions, 6 . Made-in-Canada movement, 7 German-Canadians, 8 Unity of the Empire, 9 Deceased members, 10 Weights and measures, inspection of, 505, 510, 1720 Welland canal Construction, 1710, 1713 Wages, rates of, 491 West Arichat customs, 898 West Indies, trade with, 215, 1295 Western Farmers Relief Bill. Res., 1328. lr., 1349. 2r„ 1544. Com., 1544. 3r„ 1544. See 49, 632, 720, 768, 947, 1150, 1242, 1281; also Bank Act Amendment Bill Wetaskawin settlers, grievances of, 1560, 1565 White, Mr. Gerald V. (North Renfrew) Pembroke drill hall, 2039 White, Hon. W. T. (Minister of Finance) Bank borrowings from Government, 147, 476 Bank loans for seed grain, 1242-1246, 1350, 1358 Battlefields commission, 1716 Budget, 80 Revenue and expenditure, 81, 82 - Organization of oversea forces, 81 Debt and borrowings, 82 Special taxes, 85 Tariff taxation, 86 Economic conditions, actual and prospective, 90 Budget-amendment of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, 841 Reply to criticisms, 841 Expenditures of late Government, 841, 84S, 853 National Transcontinental railway, 841 Public works, 845 World-wide effects of war, 846 British preference, 849, 860 Public works and labour, 850 Proposed war taxation, 851, 854 Opposition alternatives, 855 Tax on railway tickets, 857 Postage, 857 ; t Customs taxes, 858 Industrial and agricultural interests, 858 Taxation of banks, 859 Canada's share in war, 862 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628



White, Hon. W. T. (Minister of Finance)- Con. Casualty Company of Canada, 761 Finance-charges of management, 1715 Dominion notes, issue of, 146, 479, 1528, 1653 French treaty and war taxes, 1211, 1422 Loans, Imperial Government, to Canada, 146 ij Sim Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 655, 682 Taxation, war Customs Agricultural implements, 1169, 1173 Bananas, 1166 Exemptions, 1151 Fertilizers, 1151, 1160, 1401 Gravel and sand, 1165 Newfoundland partridge berries, 1166 Revenue estimated, 1169 Silk, 1167 Spirits, 1152 Tea and coffee, 1168 Special Bank circulation, 1191 Bills of exchange, cheques, etc., 1177, 1202-1204, 1407 Corporations, 1191-1197 French treaty, articles under, 12111216, 1422 Insuranoe companies, 1178, 1181, 1191 Letters and postcards, 1206 Exempted postal matter, 1413 Loan and trust companies, 1191, 1405 Modifications, proposed, 1177 Money orders, etc., 1205 Penalties, 1412, 1427, 1586-1588 Postal rates and stamp taxes, 14121422, 1586, 2624 Proprietary or patent medicines, 1209, 1423 Railway tickets, 1198-1201 Revenue estimated, 1208 Telegraphic messages, 1192, 1406 Vessel tickets, 1201 Wines, 1211-1216, 1422 See Budget Union Life Assurance Company, 2317, 2372 Wilcox, Mr. Oliver J. (North Essex) Budget, 630, 689 Tax on fertilizers, 630, 695 Party truce, 689 Revenue and expenditure, 692 Obligations of Government, 693 Wilcox, Mr. Oliver J. (North Essex)-Con. Budget-Con. Hog cholera, 696 Political patronage, 696 What Government has accomplished, 697 Naval question, 698 Vital issues of the war, 699 Taxation Fertilizers, 1162 Gravel, 1161, 1165 Wilson, Mr. Charles A. (Laval) Capital punishment, 1228 Lavergne, Armand, Lieut.-Col., 1517 Real estate, titles to, 1222 Roy, Alex., Col., retirement of, 1516 Winding-Up Act Amendment Bill, lr., 2121. 2r., 2195. Com., 2195. 3r., 2195. Winnipeg Immigration officials, 243, 392 ' Public buildings, 2041 Resident engineer, 765 Sewage, 2167 Volunteers, 313 Wireless stations, 1263, 1616, 1658 Wood, E. C., land patent of, 151 Woodworth, T. C., employment of, 2123 Vyrecks. See Marine Wrentham post office, 142 Wright, Mr. William (Muskoka) Budget, 431, 442 Tariff policy, 431 Protection in Canada, 433 British preference, 434 Farming conditions in the west, 443 Trade and industry, 447 A non-partisan tariff board, 448 Experimental farms, 2072 Grain trade, 1952, 2192 Parcel post, 1385 Yarmouth Fishery guardians, 313 (Harbour improvements, 607, 1289, 2113 Marine hospital, 832 Postal service, 313, 1361 Yukon Placer Mining Act Amendment Bill. lr., 514. 2r„ 1218. Com. and 3r„ 1218. Sen. amdt., 1868 Yukon territory, 1393, 1580 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628


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