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T axation - Con.

Land values, 2191, 2405, 2443, 2492, 2510, 2626, 2686, 2695-6, 2844,

Estimated revenue from, 2601 Loan companies, 2299 Luxuries, 2260, 2561, 2696 Modification of, 230. See Speeches on Address; Budget

Municipal, payment of by Government, 1256, 1257

Mutual insurance companies, 3477. See also under this title, Insurance New, 2116, 2177, 2329 Non-taxable bonds, 1133, 2971 Overlapping, 2463 Per capita, 2341 Post Office money orders, 2857 Principle of, 2281 Property, 2443

Provincial, payment to British Columbia govt., 1714

Receipts, 2270, 2853-7 Riordon Company, qu., 372; qu., 607 Sales tax, 2220, 2843. See also Special. War Revenue bill

Ale, beer, etc., 2117, 2567, 2852, 2857 Automobiles, 2116, 2186, 2206, 2260. See also Automobiles; Budget Collections, qu., 375 Confectionery, 2117, 2641, 2676 Exempted goods, 2126 Beet pulp dried, 2852 Fertilizers, 2852

Goods on which tax was collected, 192122, 1212 Increase, 2393 Mineral waters, 2117

Soldier settlement, municipal taxes, 1257 Special War Revenue Act. See that title Stocks and bonds, 2S56 Stock transfers, 2117, 2853 Telegrams and cables, 2117, 2178, 2856 Transient aliens, 2155

Taylor, Dr., qu., 1211

Technical Education. See Labour

Telegraphs. See also Wireless

Tfelegraphs and Telephones

British Columbia, 2008, 2012 Canadian National lines, qu., 3360 Humboldt-Fort Pitt telegraph line, 2007 Lower St. Lawrence and maritime provinces, 2012

Prince Edward Island, 2012 Public buildings, Ottawa, 1757 Saskatchewan and Alberta, 2007, 2012

Telegraphs and Telephones - Con.

Telegrams and cables, tax on, 2117, 2178, 2856

Yukon, cost of, 1275, 2012

Telephones. See Telegraphs and Telephones

Temperance. See Canada Temperance Act

Ten Eyck, Congressman, 1396

Terminal Elevators. See Grain and Grain Trade

Terminal Facilities. Sec St. John

Territorial Waters, Fishing beyond. See Fisheries Act Amdt.

Territories, Unorganized. Se^Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Textile Industry, 2882. See Speeches on Budget

Foreigners engaged in, 2518 Occupational diseases. See Labour Profits, 2632

Thompson, Colonel Andrew, soldiers' bonus, 403, 432

Thompson, Colonel J. T. C. See Pensions Board

Thompson, Mr. T. H. (East Hastings)

Dairy inspection, 1009

Dairy produce, grading of, 655-6

Stamp tax on cheques, 3261

Three Rivers Clerk of the Peace. See Criminal Code

Threshing Machines. See Agricultural Implements

Thunder Bay, icebreaking, 1677

Thurston, Mr. John J. (Victoria, Ont.) Immigration, travelling expenses, 757 Militia and Defence, Lindsay arsenal, 2085 River-gauging and metering, 2011 Trent canal, Nassau dam, qu., 2457

Tidal Fish eries. See Quebec Fisheries

Tidal Survey. Sec Naval Service

Timber. See also Lumber Acquisition of British Columbia areas by Japanese, 2311 GaspO, in, 625

Illegal cutting on Tobique reserve, 1233 Lease of Ontario areas, 2805; qu., 2992 Protection of. See Forestry

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cliii T obacco American Tobacco Company, 2547 Bull Durham, comparative prices, 254'] Cigarettes, duties on, 2394, 2547, 2852-3 Cigars, duties on, 2115, 2853, 2857 Duties, 2115, 2394, 2546, 2891 Experimental station at L'Assomption, 1776 Imperial Tobacco Company, 2546 Industry, protection, 2891 Raw leaf, 2115, 2673, 2853 Tobin, Mr. E. W. (Richmond and Wolfe) Canadian National railways, purchase of ties, qu., 1659 Oleomargarine, importation and manufacture, qu., 1506 Richmond and Wolfe Post offices, qu., 1507 Postmasters, qu., 1508 Rural mail routes, qu., 1505 Tobin, Lieut. Col., Vancouver, letter of, 1975 Tobique Reserve. Sec Indians Todd, Mr. W. F., election promises in Charlotte, N.B., 1994 Tolmie, Hon. S. F. (Victoria City) Accredited herd system, 2738 Agricultural exhibitions, 650 Agriculture Cattle embargo, 973-4 Dept., Mr. T. N. Lynton, 588 Live stock industry, 971 Livestock trade with South America, 648 Salaries, 656 Animal Contagious Diseases bill, 2734-43 Bovine tuberculosis, 2738 Budget, 2591. Duration of previous Parliament; congratulations to Finance Minister, 2591; tariff and agricultural implements; trade relations with Australia; agricultural conditions; mixed farming, 2592; wool and sheep raising; dumping clause; BritishColumbia fruit industry; UnitedStates competition, 2593; tax on temperance beverages; fruit juices; grading hogs for the British market; extermination of hog cholera, 2594; United States system of dealing with disease; eradication of bovine tuberculosis, 2595; horse racing, Federal control of and revenue from, 2596; cattle export; embargo; new taxes; amendment, 2597; Cold storage, 818 Entomology, orchard protection, 816 Tolmie, Hon. S. F. Con. Esquimau and Nanaimo railway bill, 1156, 1161, 1353, 1355, 1604 Esquimau dry dock, 597 Experimental farms, British Columbia, 796 Fisheries dept., 2166 Fishing schooner race, 3512 Fruit growers, protection, 2593, 3424 Health of Animals Diseases, 968, 2594, 2738 Tuberculosis, 2594, 3521 Hog cholera, 2594, 2738 Horse-racing, federal control, 2596 Immigration of Japanese, 1289, qu., 1459 Marine and Fisheries Examination of masters and mates, 1491 Lightkeepors' salaries and allowances, 1497 Ministers' secretaries, 413 Oleomargarine, M. (Mr. Neill) 1785 Opium and Narcotic Drug Act Arndt, bill, 2825, 3017 Oriental Aliens, M. (Mr. McQuarrie) 1567 Oriental immigration Japanese, 1289, qu., 1399. qu., 1459 Patronage, civil service, 3083 Victoria post office building, repairs, 1255-8 Topographic Maps, qu., 1631 Topographic Survey, 1043 Tormentine Reef, buoy, 1499 T oronto Campaign advertisement, 198-199 Cheque tax, 2395, 2329 Customs house, 198-9, 1246-51 Harbour improvements, qu., 365, 1187, 1467, 1471, 1474, 3541 Imperial convention of teachers, 1673 International yacht race, 3513 Post Office, qu., 108-9, 368 Building, 1246-51 Revenue, 1250 Power plant, public ownership, 123 Prison reform, municipal farms, 1277 Railway facilities, 66 Viaduct, qu., 1660 Railway grades, reduction of, 74 Rate increases, 131 Representation of, 1365 Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment staff, 1343 Steam railway freight, qu., 936 Street railway Public ownership, 1937 Service, 63 Toronto Suburban railway, qu., 2457 Transportation commission, 130 Unemployment, 86


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Banff-Windermere highway, 1681 Highways, 1681. See also that title Visitors to Canadian National parks, 1052

Town Planning, Banff, 1052

Townsend, United States Senator, 1206

Tracadie Lazaretto, 1240, 2021

Tractors, 769, 2354, 3123. See also Agricultural Implements

Value $1,400 and less to be free, 2115

Trade and Commerce, 2108. See also Customs and Excise; Exports; Imports; Speeches on Budget; Tariff Agreements and negotiations, 2110, 2172 Agricultural implements, in, 2620-1. See also that title

Australia, with, 9, 174-5. See also Steamship Services Austria, with, 2535

Bills to he preceded by resolution, 1283 British Preference and Canadian seaports.

See British Preference Canada-Mexico, qu., 606, 699-700, 2989 Canadian ports by, 104. See also British Preference Channels of, 336-7

Competition, 223. See Speeches on Budget Consular agents, repeal of Act of 1921, 3222, 3477

Consular certificates, 2114, 3222, 3477 Department

Canada Grain Act, administration, 2834 Estimates, 1361, 2834, 2978, 3026, 3541 Salaries, etc., 699

Elevators, terminal, maintenance and equipment, 2978

Exchange value of commodities, 2868 Expansion, 2021

Export. See St. John Terminal Facilities Exports and imports, 1876-77 and 1921-22, qu., 1376. See also Imports Foreign. See also Germany France-Belgium, 3223 Freight rates, effect on, 276 Germany, with, 138, 2203, 2279, 2535, 2859. See also Customs; Germany; Speeches on Budget

Great Britain, 2540. See also British Preference

And United States, 2369 International, 2862 Interprovincial, 2284

Trade and Commerce - Con.

Italian, effect of currency valuation on, 2849

Mexico, with, qu., 606, 699-700, 2989 Necessity for revival, 105. See also Budget; Industrial Depression; Speeches on Address

Potatoes. See that title Russian, consortium to re-establish, 1463 Southern Pacific dominions, 2990 Steamships Services. See that title Total

1876-77 and 1921-22, statement, 1376 1900-1921, qu., 1633 Statement, 1376

Trade commissioners and commercial agents. 1373, 2114. 2581, 2989 United States with, 2223, 2449-50. See also that title

West Indies. See St. John Terminal Facilities; Steamship Services

Trades and "Labour Congress

Oriental immigration, 1514 Unemployment insurance, 1081

Transatlantic Traffic. See St. Lawrence River Waterway

Transcontinental. See Canadian National Railways

Transportation, 2580, 2611. See also Crows-nest Pass Agreement; Freight Rates; Railways; St. Lawrence River Waterway

Cattle, free carriage of, 1029 Commodity and freight rates, 234 Costs. See Freight Rates Farm products of, 231 Fish, 2166 Loss of, 175

Maritime provinces in, 106-111, 2687-8 Nationalization, 23.25. See also Canadian National railways

Problems. See Budget; Speeches on Address. See also that title St. Lawrence River Waterway, 269 M. (Mr. Church) 1183, 1203-8 Tonnage rates, 234 Water, 1939

Trawlers. See Naval Service

Treaties. See also Conferences Anglo-Japanese, 168 Chinese Customs Tariff Treaty, 3161 Far Eastern, 3160

Four Power. See Limitation of Armaments

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c'iV T reaties - Con. France-Belgium, 3223 Hungary and Turkey, 3490, 3547 Tabled, 3359 International Opium Convention, qu., 1066 Japan, with, 1511 Lemieux treaty with, 1459 Limitation of Armaments, 3158 Peace treaty with Germany, Lusitania claims, 3599 Pelagic Sealing, 1844 Prevention of use of noxious gases and chemicals, 3159 Protection of neutrals and non-combatants at sea, 3159 Quadruple Pacific, 3160 Versailles, 2848 Treaty of Peace with Hungary and Turkey Ijill lr„ 3490; 2r., com., 3r., 3547 Tree Planting. See also Forestry Provincial highways, qu., 2039 Tremblay, General, Quebec Harbour Commission, 1477 Trent Canal. See Canals Trenton Harbour bill Res., 3436, 3493; lr., 2r„ com., 3494; 3r., 3495 Trepanier, Alderman, of Montreal, 1392 Trial by Jury, 1388. See also Criminal Code Amdt. Trusts and Combines, 2395, 2414. See also Address; Budget Minister of Labour and, 200 Trust Companies Act Amdt. bill lr., 1210; 2r., ref. to Banking and Commerce Com., 1464; com.', 3r., 3142; Senate amdts., 3607 Tsur, Dr., Chinese-Consul General, 1776 Tuberculosis. See also Health; Hospitals Bloc areas, 3521 Bovine, 2556, 2595, 3521. See also Animal Contagious Diseases bill Indians, 1225, 1228 Returned Soldiers. See Pensions; Returned Soldiers' Insurance; Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment Soldiers' Civil Re-ostablishment hospitals, 1344 Tupper, Sir Charles, and maritime union, 107108 Turgeon, Mr. Onesiphore (Gloucester) Address in reply, 273. Congratulations; maritime provinces and the Intercolonial, 274-276; government ownership of railways, 277; tariff questions, 278; natural resources of western provinces, 279 Budget, 2188. Mr. Fielding's visit to Washington; Fordney tariff; relations with the United States, 2189; public debt; income and business profits taxes; economy; British preference; duties on farm implements, 2190; fishing industry; lumber; alcohol for medicinal purposes; sales tax; taxation of land values, 2191; Liberal platform of 1919; capital and labour; immigration, 2192; railways; Transcontinental; opposition of C.P.R., 2193; board of direotors; grain shipments, 2194; public ownership; Intercolonial, 2195; regional control of Canadian National railways, 2196 Canadian National railways Board of directors, 2194 Hanna and Mitchell, Messrs., salaries, qu., Public ownership, 2193 471 Transcontinental Grain shipments, 2194 Opposition of Canadian Pacific to, 2194 Canadian Pacific railway, cost, 2193 Civil Service patronage, 3082 Immigration, agricultural workers, 2193 St. John terminal facilities, 848 Single tax, 2191 Turkey, Peace Treaty with, 3359, 3547 Turtle Mountain Forest reserve, qu., 615 Ukrainians. See Immigration Ultra Vires, Canada Grain Act, 1132 Undesirables, deportation of. See Criminal -Code; Immigration; Opium and Narcotic Drugs Unemployment, 1290, 2331, 2627. See also Address; Budget; Canadian Patriotic Fund bill; Housing; Immigration; Labour; Returned Soldiers Agricultural conditions and, 2158 Banff-Windermere road, 1052, 1682 Canada, number in, qu., 3362 Cities, in, 86


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clvii United States - Con. Medical inspection of immigrants for Canada, 2022 Military expenditure, 1622 Oriental immigration, 1515 Pecuniary claims convention with, 1276 Pelagic Sealing Treaty, 1844 Railway difficulties, 67-70, 129, 1917-18 Railways Lines in Canada, 204 Purchase of, 2611 Reciprocity, 77, 102, 2111, 2201, 2285, 2368, 2463, 2485, 2511, 2527, 2616, 2694, 2846. See also Address; Budget St. Lawrence and Welland canals, 2749 St. Lawrence river waterway, 1184, 1315 1396. See also that title Treaty, consideration of proposed, 2207 Steel prices, 2412 Tariff discrimination, 2466 Tariff legislation, 113, 988, 2487, 2620-1, 2864. See also under this title Fordney Trade, 2111, 2178, 2610,. See also under this title, Reciprocity Cattle, 2695 Relations, 2908 War operations, 1336 Washington Hon. Mr. Fielding's trip to, 2112, 2189, 2300 Wrangel Island, 1751 Russian claim to, 2208 Unopposed Motions for Papers Algoma Indian lands, timber leases (Mr. Simpson) 942 Appraisers, Paris and London, (Mr. Parent) 1068 Avignon, Que., post office (Mr. Marcil) 829 Bonaventure Mail contract (Mr. Marcil) 829 Post office, (Mr. Marcil) 829 Caisse, Mr. J. J., Montreal post office (Mr. Marcil) 828 Canadian Expeditionary Force, 112th Battalion band instruments (Mr. Martell) 372 Canadian Northern and Grand Trunk insurance (Mr. Macdonald, Pictou) 828 Canadian Northern bonds (Mi-. Stevens) 2458 Canadian ships, damage during war (Mr. Bristol) 1183 Caraquet and Gulf shore railway (Mr. Hanson) 1183 Carleton, Que., post office" (Mr. Marcil) 829 Cattle embargo, Hon. Manning Doherty (Mr. White) 616 Unopposed Motions for Papers - Coil. Civil Service bonus, (Mr. Garland, Carle-ton) 828 Dauphinee, Mr. Charles, dismissal (Mr. Baxter) 2584 Dominion Iron and Steel Co., contract (Mr. Caldwell) 616 Extra-territorial rights (Mr. Meighen) 1068 Fisheries Establishment of independent department (Mr. Martell) 372 Transfer to British Columbia (Mr. Me-Quarrie) 2042 Fort Edward lands (Mr. Martell) 372 Genoa conference (Mr. Boys) 1905 Grand Trunk Railway Company 1921 loan, (Mr. Putnam) 828 Griffenhagen and Associates report (Mr. Sdguin) 1633 Holland, Lee, deportation (Mr. Meighen) 372 Hudson Bay, St. John parish patents (Mr. Garland, Carleton) 829 Hudson, Govt, cutter (Mr. Baxter) 3600 Immigration Foreigners admitted as farmers (Mr. Stevens) 1068 Western lands, on, 616 (Mr. Stevens) Indian agency, Bear river, N.S., (Mr. Lovett) S2S Inverness Railway and Coal Co., (Mr. Chisholm) 372 Kootenay flats (Mr. Humphrey) 286 Legal costs, payments (Mr. Martell) 2971 McQuarrie, John C., dismissal of, 377 Mail contract, Rigaud-St. ROdempteur (Mr. Ouimet) 1776 Migratory Birds Convention, infraction, (Mr. Martell), 377 Nanaimo County judge (Mr. Neill) 2042 Nautical assessors (Mr. Church) 1633 Newspaper censors (Mr. Archambault) 1068 Nova Scotia Barristers, payments (Mr. Martell) 707 Miners, McLachlan correspondence (Mr. Stewart, Leeds) 616 Order of Grain-Baggers (Mr. Stevens) 2806 Page, Mr. H. W. A. claim (Mr. Neill) 2042 Palais station, Que. (Mr. Parent) 1068 Parc St. Charles Company (Mr. Marcil) 372 Paspebiac post office, (Mr. Marcil) 829 Post Office department (Mr. SOguin) 3600 Purchasing Commission, origin of goods (Mr. Raymond) 2042 Quebec Bridge (Mr. Parent) 1068


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clix Victory Bonds. See also Finance Exempt from taxation, 263 Five year maturities, qu., 2993 Vidal's Point Park, 1052 Vien, Mr. Thomas (LotbiniSre) Daylight saving, M. (Mr. Kay) 948 Dominion lands, cancellation of leases bill, 3467 Senate amdts., 3615 Duty on apples, 164 Esquimau and Nanaimo Railway Company bill, 1161 Judges' Act Arndt, bill, 426 Military expenditure and policy, 1145 National Defence bill, 661 Mounted police, 675 Pension Act Arndt, bill, 3451 Point of order, Rule 18, tedious repetition, 1360 Rail and car repair contracts, 1695 Royal Canadian Navy, 1868-89 Soldiers' bonus, 440 War, advances to Imperial Government, 1288 Wheat Board, 2969 Vimy Memorial, 2098 Vitamines, 1781 Voters, qualification of. See Dominion Election Act; Euler; Rinfret Wabana Ore, 2412-13 Waddington, Mr., 398 Wage Cuts. Sec Nova Scotia Miners Wage Investigators. Sec Labour Wages. Sec Labour; Unemployment Wallace, Mr. J. A. (Norfolk) Tuberculous cattle, 2742 Wallace Shipbuilding Company, 3542 War. See also Militia and Defence Battlefields memorials, 2098 Canadian and United States armies, operations, 1336 Claims, adjustment of, 1155, 1672, 1677, 2098, 2977 British Admiralty, 1752 Details of estimates, qu., 1288 Hospital ship, claim for loss, 1082, 2975 Militia and defence, 2974 Naval service, 1752 Repatriation, dependents of soldiers, 1711 Wai Con. Conscription and, 2570. See also that title Conscription of wealth, 2725 Debts, 90, 174. See also Address; Budget; Public Debt Demobilization, expenditure for, 1155, 1163, 1171 Equipment, 2616 Expenditures, 2228 First Canadian Contingent, qu., 1376 Foreign ships, exemption from pilotage dues. See Canada Shipping Act Imperial War Graves Commission, 2099 Indebtedness, 2294 Kemp, Sir Edward, 1169 Laws- of. See Limitation of Armaments Medals, 1752, 2975 Mewburn, Hon. S. C„ 1169 Mobilization of unfit men, 2608 Munitions, shipment of from Great Britain, 1154-63 Newspaper censors, 1068 Overseas ministry, 1169 Pensions. See that title Preparation for, 1335. See also Militia and Defence; National Defence; Naval Service Profiteering, 2221, 2247, 2395, 2440, 2455. See also speeches on Budget Reparation claims, Lusitania, 3599 Results, 91, 2588, 2861-2, 2895 Scandals, 90 Taxation and, 2567. See also that title War memorials Commission, 2098 War Finance Corporation, 54 War Graves Commission, 774, 2098 War Measures Act, 662, 663, 1362 War Purchasing Commission, sale of warlike stores, 1171 Ward, Mr. W. J. (Dauphin) Animal Contagious Diseases Act Arndt, bill, 2738 Apple-growing industry, 3419 Boy Scouts, 773 British Columbia fisheries, M. (Mr. Mc-Quarrie) 863 Budget, 2400. Congratulations to Finance Minister; reactionary and mysterious budget, 2400; the tariff; protection and indirect taxation; drydock on Pacific coast; purpose and principle of protection; invisible government; Canadian manufacturers a Bourbon; free trader when purchasing; pro-


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Ward, Mr. W. J. - Con. Budget Con. tectionist when selling; raw material and finished product, 2401; subsidizing of one industry means penalizing of another; immense wealth and dire need; results of indirect taxation; cumulative effect of tariff taxation, 2402; agricultural conditions In western Canada; rural depopulation, 2403; railway situation; land speculation; expenditures on agriculture contrasted with amounts paid to manufacturers; exports the source of wealth, 2404; Professor Ely on taxation; national debt; speculators and unearned increment; tariff from cradle to grave; land tax; payment of war costs; binder twine industry, 2405; basic industries, 2406 Canadian National railways Directors, employees, represented, 2794 Yorkton branch line, 2139 Experimental farms, 811 Fisheries Fish culture, 2169 Fishways, 2168 Generals Burs tall and Gwatkin, retirement, qu., 1211 Income tax, cost of collection, 2025 Rail and car repair contracts, 1695 Rideau canal, 2767 Royal Canadian Mounted Police, estimates, 2130 St. John terminal facilities, 84S Soldier land settlement, 2136 Soldier Settlement Act Amdt. bill, 3406 Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment, employees, 3602 . Supply, opportunity for members to speak, 1985 Welland ship canal, 2764 Warlike Stores. See Ammunition; Militia and Defence Warships and Torpedo Boats, qu., 827 Wartime Elections Act, 14, 258, 350, 352, 473, 2229, 2289, 2488. See also Dominion Elections Act, M. (Mr. Euler) Warner, Mr. D. W. (Strathcona) Address in reply, 349. Progressive point of view; farmers not asking for special privileges, 349; excessive freight rates; immigration problem, 350; protective tariff and the manu- Warner, Mr. D. W. - Con. Address - Con. facturers, 351; banking system, 352; Wartime Elections Act, 350, 352 Agricultural fairs, 651 Blankets, duty on, 3132 Budget, 2204. Tariff, disappointment at proposals of Finance Minister, 2204; small reductions; oleomargarine; dairying industry; protective duties on woollen goods and shoes; income tax; lack of purchasing power, 2205; british preference; agricultural implements; sales taxes; automobiles and the tariff, 2206 Canadian representation in United States, 2025 Crowsnest pass agreement, M. (Mr. Kennedy, Essex) for Special Com., 1429 Daylight Saving, M. (Mr. Kay) 952 Exhibition grants, 983 Experimental farms, 809 Forestry, aerial patrol at High River, 1050 Hudson Bay railway, completion of, 2797 Indian education, Edmonton school, 1231 Northwest rebellion pensions, 3523 Oleomargarine, Manufacture, etc., M. (Mr. Neill) 1829 Pensions Com. final report, 3338 Washington Canadian representation in. See Canadian Representation in United States Conference. See International Labour Conference; Limitation of Armaments Visit of Finance Minister to, 2112, 2181, 2189, 2300 Water-Borne Traffic. See St. Lawrence River Waterway Water Powers, 71, 124, 2182. See also Hydro Electric; Lake of the Woods; St. Lawrence River Waterway Aluminum Company of America, Cedar Rapids, 71; qu., 728; qu., 1375 Canals, on, 2747 Development of, 223 Electric energy, 133. See also Electrification Exportation from Niagara district, 137, 1188 Lake of the Woods Control Board, 2025 Joint board, 2805; qu., 2970 Regulation Act, 1921 Repeal bill, 2991, 3199, 3435 Niagara river power development, 137, 1188 Railway electrification, 1940. See also Electrification


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