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Shipbuilding by Government, ques., 1633

Ships, Canadian registry, 150, 177, 224

Siberia, Canadian Trade Commissioners in, 1565

Sifton, Hon Arthur Lewis (Minister of Customs and Inland Revenue)

Navigable Waters Protection, 514-8, 1915 Parliament Buildings, 1223, 1502, 1799 Incipient fire, 553 Peace Treaty, 82 Port Stanley, public works, 663

Sinclair, Mr. John Ewen (Queens's, P.E.I.) Graham River, dredging, ques., 843 Masters and Mates, 1939

Sinclair, Mr. John H. (Antigonish and Guys-borough)

Address in reply to Governor General's Speech, 38. Prince of Wales, 38; Liberal Convention-profits-censorship, 39; Commissions and Orders in Council - economy - expenditures in Antigonish and Guysborough, 42 Aliens with firearms, 875 Antigonish and Guysborough, public works in, 42

Canadian Mercantile Marine, Ltd., ques., 906

Canadian Trade Commission, ques., 1634 Canso HArbour Master, 460, ques., 623 Carmichael Shipping Company-statement of Mr. Edwards, 74. See 66 Civil Service Appointments, 961 List of eligibles, 969 Classification

" Able seaman," 973-5 Expense and quality of, 972-3 Post office inspectors, 967 Duchemin, Mr. H. P., ques., 270 Government railway employees and Civil Service Act, 964

Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition, 102, 1041, 1093-4, 1122 Agreement, draft, copy of, 1544 Arbitration and arbitrators, 1126, 1507

. Atlantic terminals, 1021

Canadian Pacific, relation to, 1129

Delay, proposed, 1123

Guarantees, 1122

Liquidation, 1494

Obligations of Company, 1041

Obligations of Government, 1127, 1333-5

Operation

Exchange of traffic, 1528 Interim, 1527

Provincial government guarantees, 1097

Sinclair, Mr. John H.-Con.

Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition-Con. Public ownership, 1124 Stocks, 1093 Common, 1027 Control of, 1429-30 Guaranteed, 1029

Arbitration, amdt. (Mr. Campbell), 1737

Jurisdiction over, 1481 Watering of, alleged, 1488-9 Taxation, 1555 [DOT]

United States, lines in, 1060, ,1426-7 Central Vermont railroad, 1425, 1547 Mileage of, 1434 Intercolonial Railway

Extensions, proposed, 853 Operation of, 1125

Lobster regulations-fines, ques., 533 Meat and Canned Foods Bill, 1121, 1146-53 National finance, 1123 Opium and drug's, 1120 Police amalgamation, 831, 838 "

Privilege-statement of Mr. Edwards, 74 Shipbuilding by Government, 1633 Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment College students, 412 Fishermen, 423 Land settlement, 423

War veterans' gratuity claim, 1761-2, 1833-4

Wheat, storage fee, 848 Smith, Mr. William (South Ontario)

Board of Commerce-prices, 703

Social Unrest-struggle for existence, 468

Soldiers. See also Canadian Soldiers; Returned Soldiers

Service in Canada only, number of, etc., ques., 843, 899

Units, 22nd French Canadian Regiment, ques., 1634

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment. See also War veterans' gratuity Appropriations, 1898 College students, 412, 424 Com. reports, 443, 621 Department

Doctors at Kingston, ques., 900, 907 Employment, 409 Medical service, 409 Insane patients, 409, 417 Pensions and disability, 408 Employment, 414, 425 Endorsements of outside experts, 415 Expenditures, 413-428 Farming and land settlement, 423

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Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment-Con. Fishermen, 423, 428 Gratuity, 425 Great War Veterans, 417, 430 Housing, 427 Garden cities for returned men, 461 Imperial forces, members of, 407, 415, 422 McCurdy, Mr., resignation of, 417 Medical re-treatment, 410 Orders in Council, 418, 428 Pensions Act, application of, 411 Re-training, 413 United States, enlisted men from, 408, 415-6 Vocational training, 411 Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment Act Arndt. Bill. lr., 304; 2r., 407-429; ref. to special com., 429-431; com., 1898; 3r., 1911 Senate amdts., 2006 Special Com. Reports, 443, 621, 1217, 1607 Motion (Mr. Calder) that final report be received and proposed expenditure recommended, 1748, 1799, 1812, 1835; agreed to, 1997; amdt. (Mr. Andrews), 1776; withdrawn, 1888, 1892; amdt. (Mr. Mackenzie King), 1892; neg. on div., 1897 Publication of in advance of presentation to House, 1501 Vote of $40,000,000 to carry out, 1958 Soldiers' Land Settlement, 1789 McMaster, Mr., case reported by, 1906 Printing of rules, 305 Statement as to procedure in several countries, 253 Vote for advances and expenses, 1957 Soldiers' Votes Alleged manipulation of, 557, 726, 784, Motion for Com., 534 Cable, use of, ques., 2001 Effect of, 1787, 1801 Sorel, McCarthy property, ques., 843 Speaker (Hon. Edgar' N. Rhodes) R'ulings and statements of Adjournment, motion for, to discuss matter of urgent public importance, 497, 555 Adjournment to special hour-unanimous consent, 1748 Amendments Announced only, withdrawal unnecessary, 1947 Speaker-Con. Rulings and statements of-Con. Amendments-Con. May not be moved by member who has exhausted his right to speak, 1931 Technically not to be moved by mover of res., 1564 To be made in Com. of the Whole, 1982 Anticipation of debate, 306 Bills Com. of the Whole, motion for, question as to its being debatable, 1940-3 Com., report from, " without amdt.," 555-6 Introducer has right to speak first, 1940 Motion that House go into Com. to consider proposed resolution, not debatable-vote may be called for, 1013 Second reading Discussion of details inadmissible, 1223 Explanation by Minister, 1936 Member allowed to speak only once, 1146 Chair to be addressed, 57 Close of debate, 1226, 1372 Announced, 1936 Canada Temperance Act Amdt., 1982 Committee, not reported, proceedings not to be referred to, 843, 1128 Complaint by member (Mr. McKenzie) of unfair treatment, 819 Concurrence in Supply, motion for, not debatable (Rule 17A), 1974 Corrections, limitations of, 1373 Debate not necessarily closed by second speech of mover, 1566 Debate within a debate, 25 Decorum, 820 Conversation, 1894 Personal reflections, 1792 Division, vote given must stand, 1014 Documents Not read, to appear in Hansard, 244, 246, 248 Produced-limits of discussion (Soldiers' votes), 820 Quoted by private member not necessarily laid on the Table, 822 Reflecting on members-not to be read, 530 Hansard, correction, 1332


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Speaker-Con. -

Rulings and statements of-Con.

House of Commons, Timiskaming vacancy, 532

Imputation of motives, 547 Interrogations

member having the floor may not interrogate another, 1893 Interruptions, 163, 289, 547, 1208, 1239, 1274, 1607

Questions allowed only by consent of member having the floor, 1792 Invites a member to speak, 905 Kingston, by-election, 1176 Language

" Are saying 'hear, hear ' from the depths of most profound ignorance," 920

" Misquoted the report," 1273 Prevent highway robbers and thieves from influencing the decisions of the Government," 1266-7 " 'Pork and Beans ' member of this House," 922

" Wanting in those principles which constitute a real man," 1801 " Worst libel that was ever uttered by any man on the floor of this House or outside," 597

Member may not speak twice except by consent, 1930

Members, how to be referred to, 822 Motions

Amdt. to amdt. (War Veterans) suggested change, 1892 Doubtful, allowed pending establishment of procedure-debate should be limited, 1941-3 Mover-right to reply, 1000-4 No subject matter before the House- debate not permissible, 820 Order paper, correction to be made, 1004 Order of the Day, superseded by motion of Minister, 272 Orders of the Day, on Limitations of debate, 258, 306, 497, 664, 665, 956, 957, 1565, 1671 Document may be referred to but not its contents cited, 1143 Documents calling in question action of the Government, 177 Imperial Conference, 2003 Matters not urgent, 662 Questions asked, 28, 825

Drayton, Sir Henry, candidature in Kingston, 993 Form of, 662 Points of policy, on, 2004 Victory Loan arch, 1799

Speaker-Con.

Rulings and statements of-Con.

Point of order-debate limited to point raised, 821

Privilege-limitations of statement under, 491-4, 496 Questions, 686

Answers in discretion of the Government, 902

Based on Com. proceedings and in advance of Com. report, 899 Form of, 623 Not answered

Lapse with session, 2001 Made order for return at request, 2002

To be put only by permission, 817, 818 Reading of documents from outside referring to proceedings of House, 786, 792

Relevancy, 305, 307, 628-9, 649, 1895, 1896 Civil Service appointments, papers called for, 461

Richardson, Mr., speech of, 733 Senate, reference to proceedings of, 1615, 1928-9

War veterans gratuity claim and public revenues, 1790

Six o'clock adjournment, precedence at next sitting, 549

Speaking second time-unanimous consent, 1736

Speech concluded when member interrogates another, 1893 Speeches by courtesy, 1373 Supply Bill, printing and distribution of, 2005

Unanimous consent, 370, 407, 606, 646, 1217, 1143

Adjournment to special hour, 1748 Bill, two stages at one sitting, 1997 Canada Temperance and Intoxicating Liquors Bills, 869-870 Explanation of Bill on 2r., 1936 Imperial Conference, 2007 Member speaking second time, 1736 Minister, explanation by, 1930 Printing of documents Guelph Novitiate, 1632-3 Labour Conference, 1632 Report of Com., immediate adoption, 823

Report of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment, 1607

Votes of money-designation of not to be widened; correction of clerical error, 1974

Spence, Mr. Hugh S., ques., 713

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xxx vii Stacey, Mr. Frank Bainard (Fraser Valley) Peace Treaty, 102 Stamps on Cheques. See Civil Service Act Arndt. Standing Orders, Com. appointed, 49 Steele, Mr. Michael (South Perth) Address in reply to Governor General's Speech, 380. Limitation of export of foodstuffs, 380; Board of Commerce -demagogues and class differences, 381 Board of Commerce, 445 Chairman, rulings as Adjournment of debate in Com., 1993 Parliamentary day governed by sitting, 1995 Privilege, question may not be raised under certain conditions, 1971 Relevancy, 1988 Civil Service Classification, 773 Dismissals, 989, ques., 1380 Thanksgiving Day Bill, six months' hoist moved, 556 Stevens, Mr. Henry Herbert (Vancouver Centre) Bamfield life saving station, ques., 405; ques., 1219 Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition, 1129 Arbitration, 1136 Canadian National Railway-economies in operation, 1131 Grand Trunk Pacific, 1134 Guarantees, 1138 Liquidation, 1132 Negotiations, 1135 Physical value, 1342 Present legislation long foreshadowed, 1135 Stocks, purchase in market, 1137 Valuation, date of, 1341 Intercolonial Railway, 1138 Navigable Waters Act Amdt., 515 Bridges, etc., 517 Orientals, disfranchisement of, 615 Pilotage Bill, 1933 Public ownership, 1130-4 Registered mail, ques., 2000 Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment Expenditures, 422 Imperial forces, members of, 422 Orders in Council, 421 War trophies, ques., 1634 Water front rights, 516-7 Sugar Retail, ques., 1062 Shortage in Prairie Provinces, 1635 Supply of, ques., 1796 Sugar Beet, 1698 Sunday Sitting, 1992 Supply Bill. See Appropriation Act Supply, Com. of, 1950-74, 1961-74 Sutherland, Mr. Donald (South Oxford) Adulteration Act Amdt. Bill (Bran and Shorts), 176, 714, 724, 1223 Board of Commerce, 719, 725 Dairy products, prices, 663-4, 684-9 Milk, price of, 554 Salaries, 447, 684, 707-9 Vice-Chairman, statements of, 497, 1009 Canadian Wheat Board, 677-9 Civil Service-temporary employees, 972 Dominion Analyst, 719 Noxious weeds. See under this title, Adulteration Act Oleomargarine, 687, 894, 897, 933, 944, 951 Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment, medical re-treatment, 410 Tadoussac steamer service, ques., 1220 Tanlac, ques, 954; ques., 1011 Tariff, The Canadian Manufacturers' Association, 1276 Commission, 495, 1583 Taxation, 1780, 1862, 1870 Aliens, tax upon, 365 Business profits, 1845 Commissioner of, 957-8 Customs, 1845 Income, 1827, 1845 Double-Great Britain and Overseas Dominions, 554 Land, 1248, 1811, 1826, 1832 Telephone Poles, purchasing of, Kent County, N.B., ques., 899 Temiscouata, Military Service defaulters, ques., 1143 Thanksgiving Day, 904 October 13th chosen, 306, 714 Thanksgiving Day Bill, lr., 25; 2r., 431; com., 476, 518, 555; 6 months' hoist moved, agreed to on div., 556 Thompson, Mr. Alfred (Yukon) Electrocution, 489 Pilotage, 1933 Police amalgamation, 826-830


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Thompson, Mr. Alfred-Con.

Prince, Professor E. E., 965 War veterans' gratuity claim, Yukon soldiers, 1962

Thompson, Mr. R. H., Hybla, Ont., case of- holding of train, 953, 1679, 1925

Thomson, Mr. Levi (Qu'Appelle)

Revenue proposals, 1826 Speeches in House-time limit proposed, 646

War veterans' gratuity claim, 1825

Thrift Stamps, ques., 1498

Titles, ques., 1381

Officers serving in Canada, ques., 1633 [DOT]

Tobin, Mr. Edmund William (Richmond and Wolfe)

Canadian National Railways, Ottawa trains, ques., 553

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, operation of, ques., 270

House of Commons officials, re-classification, M. for papers, 1004 Military Service defaulters, fines paid by, ques., 405; ques., 405

Tolmie, Hon. Simon F. (Minister of Agriculture)

Vacating of seat on acceptance of office, 1

Trade, Foreign. See also Canadian Trade Commission

Trade Mission, 241, 849, 932

Trahan, Mr. Arthur (Nicolet)

Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition [DOT] Delay allowed shareholders, 1465-7, 1475 Ratification by Parliament, 1465-8 Stocks, jurisdiction over, 1482-3 Peace Treaty, Article X and maps, 27

Turgeon, Mr. Onesiphore (Gloucester)

Address in reply to Governor General's Speech, 61. New Brunswick representation in the Cabinet, 61, 64;

Prince of Wales, 61; Tariff-re-establishing trade, 62; profits and popular unrest, 63; Military Service defaulters, 64

Finance, national, 1141 Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition, 1061, 1138, 1154, 1650 Arbitration, 1156

Atlantic terminals, 1061, 1157, 1424 Bathurst Board of Trade, 1424 Canadian Pacific, relation to, 1657

Turgeon, Mr. Onesiphore-Con.

Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition-Con. Edwards, Senator, letter of, 1159 Grand Trunk Pacific and National Transcontinental, 1141, 1659 Operation, 1659 Public ownership, 1656 Shareholders, 1660 Guelph Novitiate, ques., 1063 Intercolonial Railway, 1138

Proposed extension system, 1000 Meat and Canned Foods Act, 1147-1152 Peace Treaty, 233 Public ownership, 1139 Reciprocity, 1140

War veterans' gratuity claim, 1823

Turriff, Hon. Senator J. G., resignation of seat in House of Commons, 1

Tweedie, Mr. Thomas Mitchell March (West Calgary)

Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition, 1624 Unionist Programme-Ottawa Journal, 905 United States

Canadian Government and railways in, 1635. See also Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition

Convention with-Fraser River salmon, 1177

Relation to Allies, 1910 Vancouver, terminal elevator, ques., 901 Vaudreuil bridges, 1691 Verville, Mr. Alphonse (St. Denis)

Orientals and franchise, ques., 553 Thanksgiving Day, 438

Vessels

" Canadian Adventurer," 1145 " Champlain," ques., 1381, ques., 2000 " Hazen " ice breaker, ques., 405

Vessel Rates. See Railway Act Victoria and Carleton, vacancy, 1 Victoria City, vacancy, 1 Victory Loan, ques., 459, 870 Amyot, Hon. Geo. E., letter of, 1263 Connaught Square Arch, 1799 Winnipeg subscription, ques., 459

Vien, Mr. Thomas (LotbiniOre)

Business of the House, morning sittings, 1564

Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition, 101835, 1040-57

Canadian Pacific, relation to, 1609

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xxxix Vien, Mr. Thomas-Con. Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition-Con. Commission of inquiry, 1607 Equipment and maintenance, 1447 Grand Trunk Pacific and National Transcontinental, 1048, 1608 Guarantees, 1479 Haste, complaint of, 1058 Modifications of agreement, 1472 Obligations of Company, 1041, 1047 Operation, 1605-7, 1615 Patronage, 1615 Public ownership, 1611 Repairs, 1027, 1031 Stocks, 1028 Jurisdiction over, 1481 Terminals-Toronto and Montreal, 157982 Traffic statistics, 1008 United States, lines in, 1019, 1030 Valuation, date for, 150S Tariff Commission, 1583 Victory Loan arch, 1799 Vimy, memorial to Canadians, 496 Vladivostock, telegraph rates to, 1565 Vocational Training, 1881. See also Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment; War Veterans Wandsworth Jail, Canadian soldiers in, 903 War British Expeditionary Force, canteen funds in France, ques., 406 Canada's position in, 83 Canadian Expeditionary Force Overseas pay lists, 3, 108 Ray, equalization of, ques., 406 Regimental canteen funds, ques., 406 Casulaties in certain battles, 624 Conduct of, 625 First Contingent, American in, ques., 2000 Indemnity, 107, 177, 499 Railways of Canada, and, 1070 War Purchasing Commission, ques., 622; ques., 1633, 2002 War Service Gratuity, staff officers, to, ques 404 ' War Trophies, ques., 634 War Veterans' Gratuity Claim, 1865 Arrangements for discussion of, 1784 1794 1796 Canada's treatment of returned soldiers, review, 1867 Correspondence, ques., 270 Estates of deceased or insane, 1909 War Veterans' Gratuity Claim-Con. Government's decision concerning, 257, 356, 361, 366, 367 Government to give consideration to all representations, 1890 Government to resign if House votes for general distribution of gratuities, 1749, 1776, 1786, 1879, 1887, 1892, 1967 Motion for Commission, dropped, 304 Motion (Mr. Currie) for adjournment, to discuss, 306 Penalties under Soldiers' Civil Re-tablishment, 1910 Reception of veteran's representatives by Prime Minister, 257 Soldiers serving in Canada only-number, ques., 843, ques., 899 See also, Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment Ways and Means, Com. of, 2004 Weeds, noxious. See Adulteration Act West Indies, rumoured sale to United States -confederation with Canada, 371 Wharves, New Brunswick, ques., 1797; ques 2000 Wheat. See also Grain Supervisors; Canadian Wheat Board Sale of crop, 1671 Wheat Export Company, 849 Winnipeg grain market, closing of ques 953 Whidden, Mr. Howard Primrose (Brandon) Address in reply to Governor General's Speech (Mover), 3; Prince of Wales -Peace Treaty, 4; Reconstruction, 5; returned soldiers, 6 Police amalgamation, 835 White, Sir Thomas (Leeds) Canada's Transcontinental systems, 1064 Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition, 1063 Delay, proposed, 1069 Drayton-Acworth-Smith Commission 1066 Finance, 1068 Grand Trunk Pacific, receivership, 1067 Historical review, 1063 National Transcontinental, 1065 Negotiations, 1068 Public ownership, 1071-2 Stocks, 1069 Wigmore, Mr. Rupert Wilson (St. John City and Counties of St. John and Albert) Senate and House of Commons Act Arndt. (Leader of Opposition), 1924


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Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition, 1095 Sugar shortage, 1635 [DOT]

Thanksgiving Day, 479

Wilson, President, illness of, 846

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