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lxxiii Vessels-Con. Names-Con. " Brant," steamer, 2607 * "Canada," H.M.'C.S., ques. 608, 746 " Canadian Volunteer," ques. 3998 . " Canadian Voyageur," steamer, ques. 1212 ' " Canadian Warrior," ques. 3327, ques. 3470, ques. 4241 " Champlain," steamer, ques. 616, 2006 " Earl Grey," icebreaker, ques. 2145 " Helena," ques. 3998 " Hochelaga," steamer, ques. 606, ques. 609 " Lady Evelyn," steamer, ques. 3680 "Lottie Russell,' steamer, ques. 746 " Mildred McColl," H.M.C.S., ques. 747 " Montcalm," steamer, ques. 1978, 2607 " Montmagny," C.G.S., ques. 1613 " Princess," steamer, ques. 615, ques. 3680 Steamer to replace, 2797 "Prince George," steamer, ques. 746 " Stadacona," H.M.C.S., ques. 747, ques. 880 " Tyrian," steamer, 2793-4 " Tuna," steamer, ques. 746, ques. 1905 " T. J. Drummond," ques. 2397 " T-30," trawler, ques. 975, ques. 2397, 3472 " Willihad," steamer, ques. 617 Vickers, Limited, trawlers built by, 2214 Victoria, Astrophysical observatory, 4045 Victory Loan. See also Budget Cost of (1918), ques. 2798 Montreal brokers, ques. 1612 $50 bonds, ques. 2047 Vien, Mr. Thomas (Lobtini&re) Board of Commerce, 4507, 4531-2, 4561-4 Canadian National Railway Capital stock, 1776, 1853 Construction of lines, extension of time for, 1765-9 Directors, 1783 Securities of other companies, 1781 Circulation and reserve, ques. 614 Cost of Living Com., 4309 Dominion Parks, expropriations for, 2302 Enlistments and conscriptions, ques. 614 Federal district, 4385 Fitzpatrick, Sir Charles, payments to, 878 Force contracts, Government policy in, 1603-9 * Gold shipments, ques. 614 * Grand Trunk Pacific receivership, 693, 1112, 1261 Judges' salaries and duties, 2311 Ldvis station, 2458 i


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Loans, taxed and tax-free, 2246-8 Mineral claims on Dominion lands, 2298-9, 2300-01

Railway crossings, 937-8 St. Charles River works, 1023 Schools and religious teaching, 2404 Shipbuilding, ques. 613

Soldiers' dependents, payments to, ques. 644

Telegraphs and telephones, 4609 War expenditure ($350,000,000), transportation, 2243

Vimy Ridge, 1058

Vocational Training. See also Technical Education

Governor General's Speech, 2 Soldiers, of. See Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment

Under-age soldiers, for, 1011 Votes and Proceedings. See House Voters' Lists, provincial, 2446 Wagons, sleighs, etc., duties, 3707 Wallace, Mr. Thomas George (West York)

Railway Act Consolidation, 2620, 2642 Telephone companies, 2642, 2650

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Aerial craft and forces, .1263, 2866

Commanders Thurston and Seddon, ques. 608

Royal Air Force, ques. 646, ques. 1611 Argyll House. See, under this title, Overseas administration, Headquarters Staff in London Armistice, 1

Prolonged, 111, 550 Battles

St. Julien, Cambrai, Mons, 205, 337, 464-7 Ypres, second battle, 545 _

Belgium, restoration of, cablegram, 1955 British Remount Commission, ques. 976 , Canada's record, 201, 420, 499. See also, under this head, Overseas Administration

Canadian Army Dental Corps, 2871 Canadian Army Medical Corps, 2869-71 Canadian Cavlary Brigade, 2866 [DOT] Canadian Expeditionary Force, 388, ques. 1307

Enlistments in, ques. 2904 Files, mislaid, ques. 1108 Religion and nationality, ques. 3998 ' Resolution of gratitude, 4696 Rifles and ammunition, 338, 1614 Routine orders tabled, 40

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Canadian Field Comforts Association, 2874 Canadian Military Y.M.C.A., 2874 Canadian Officers' Club, 2874 Canadian Railway Troops, 2868 Canadian Red Cross Society. See that title Canadian War Contingents Association, 2874

Casualties. See also under this head, Overseas Administration

Canadians as prisoners of war, ques. 1077

French Canadians, ques. 644 Chaplains, 2871

Correspondence, production not in public interest, ?5i3

Currie, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Arthur. See that title

Decorations for Canadians, 3,27, 339, 2861 Demobilization, 118, 207, 322, 501, 1058, 4535 "Aquitania," SS., port of landing, 2292 Farmers' sons, 1958 Men in garrison, 2236 Ministerial statements, 1793, 2861, 2874 Plans. See below, Overseas Administration

Port of landing, 2402 Progress of, 971 Strikes delaying, 3741 Troops awaiting embarkation, entertainment and pccupation for, 648 Deserters, ques. 879. See below, Military Service

Director of Military Estates, 2871 Enlistment

Chicoutimi and Saguenay, 408 Quebec, 443

Expenditures, ques. 2798. See also Budget; War Expenditures Bill Summary by Departments, 1345 Vouchers for overseas payments, 1710, 1789, 1865

Forestry Corps, 2869 German fleet, 266, 1289 Germany's surrender, 1 Hospitals

Charlottetown Convalescent Home, ques. 2296

Doullens, bombing of, 2870 Etaples, bombing of, 2870 Ste. Anne de Bellevue, ques. 1212 St. Dunstan's Hostel, 2874 Troyes, 2871

Imperial Munitions Board. See that title Indemnity

Cable from Prime Minister, 928 Canada's claim, 450, 773, 929 I.O.D.E. Clubs, 2874 Khaki University, 2873 "Llandovery Castle," sinking of, 2870

Wai-Con.

s Maple Leaf Clubs, 2874 Medical Service, financial administration, 2885

Memorials Building, ques. 1216 Scholarships, 340 Y.pres memorial, 4465

Military Service. See also Military Service Act

Conscientious objectors, 372 Conscripted men in active service, ques 610

Defaulters and slackers, 263, 418

Cost and control of registration, ques. 610

Enlistments and conscriptions, ques. 614 Hull, Pontiac and Wright, ques. 602, ques. 603

Totals May-December, 1917, ques. 609 Registration.and men of 19 years, ques. 615

Naval Service Boys in, ques. 607 British Admiralty and, ques. 603 Bronze Star for, ques. 602 Canadians in British Grand Fleet, ques. 606, ques. 608

Coast protection, ques. 745, 1263 Courts-martial, ques. 607, ques. 1534 Increase of pay, ques. 607 Newfoundland ratings in, ques. 606 Prize money, ques. 607 Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve, ques. 60-3 Nursing Sisters, 2870 Overseas Administration

Canada's forces at the front, organization of, 204

Brigades and divisions, 2865 Canadian troops, control and administration, 2858

Outside Canadian corps in France, numbers, 2858

Canadian war records, 2043, 2872 Decorations won by Canadians, 2861 Canadians for Mesopotamia, Palestine, No^rth Russia, 2860

Charges by Gen. Smart, Col. Pratt and Col. Price, 513, 522, 575, 1483 Base Commandant at Dunkirk, recoids of, ques. 1216 Cinematograph films, 2872 Demobilization, 2857, 2874 Documents, 2878 England, discharges in, 2861 Steamship accommodation, 2877 French Canadian Brigade, 150, 331 Headquarters Staff in London, 2S79 Names, 2880

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Printing of bonds in both languages, 4475 Taxed or tax-free, 2246-7 $75,000,000, New York, 4198 $100,000,000, domestic, 2.245-6, 4242-6 Military management, charges of Gen.

Smart, et al, 513, 647, 1101, 1502 Military Service, Guelph Novitiate, 1257 Ministerial changes, 139 National Transcontinental Railway, summary, 665

Newsprtnt control, 2240, 4536, 4540-8, 4662-3 Nickel, 3685-9-Oleomargarine, 3708

Ottawa, the Dominion Capital, planning of, 4249-50

Ottawa Improvement Comm., 4246-51, 4385-6 [DOT]

Packing companies, taxation of, 4478 Patriotic Fund, 1164 Peace Conference, 1382, 2200 Cable from Prime Minister, 9.29 Ploughs, duties on, 3691-3705. See under this head, Agricultural Printing Bureau strike, 424 Prohibition, 2654 Res., 2346-58

Public ownership of railways, 1734 Read, Mr. Joseph, M.P., death of, 1209 Reciprocity, in effect a binding agreement, 3670

Returning soldiers, entertainment and occupation for, 648 -

St. Charles River works, Belanger vs. The King, 1025

Sharpe, Lt.-Col. Sam, D.S.O., death of, 3 -Soldiers' complaints, alleged suppression, 1618

Soldiers sentenced to penal servitude in England, 1163

Supply, interim vote 1919-20, 842 Tariff. See also under this title, Budget; Address .

Mr. McMaster's proposed amdt., 808 Taylor, Hon. Senator George, death of, 885 Titles, 145'8, 1479, 2729

Amdt. to motion for abolition of-appointment of Com. to consider, 1464, 1479

Trade discrimination against Canada, 72, 115, 140, 230, 314

Transatlantic flight of Hawker, 2565 Wagons, sleighs, etc., duties on, 3707 War correspondence not produced, 753

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